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Title: The leader-enterprise
Uniform Title: Leader-enterprise (Homestead, Fla.)
Portion of title: Leader enterprise
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: South Dade Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Homestead Fla
Creation Date: April 7, 1939
Publication Date: -1941
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1931.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 29, no. 2 (Jan. 10, 1941).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 29, no. 1 (Jan. 3, 1941).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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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: UF00087294:00221
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Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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VOLUME XXVII-NO. 14 HOMESTEAD FLORIDA FRIDAY. APRIL 7, 1939 PRICE FIVE CENTS:





BUYING OF 1939 FAIR SITE OK'DI







City Zoning Law PassedAs ACTION OF BOARD APPROVEDAS




Permit Requests Boom; LOCATION HELD SAFEST




RESTRICTIONS- Elevation of Proposed Scenic J AND LEAST COSTLY OFFEREDCommerce


Viewed as Method to Protect Land: --

/t ChamberTo ;I Purchase of 10-Acre Tract
I Construction of a waterfront Paralleling the road would be a I
GUARD FUTURE I Elect OfficersAt for $2,000 to Be Completed -
scenic highway from Miami to the drainage ditch fitted at interval I
I with flood gates which could be Next :MeetingThe at Once
Sottile park on the bay east of
I raised and lowered to permit the -
Homestead again was brought up outflow of rain water and prevent
CONSTRUCTION Kedland District Chamber TWO HIGHWAY SITES !
for discussion at a meeting of the entrance of incoming tides, Mr. of Commerce will elect officer TURNED )DOWN 17-10 f
Dade County commission by Commissioners Redd said.
it meetIng
for the coining year a *
I f, J. D. Redd and N. P. No definite plan are in sight next Wednesday night In the
Lowrey Tuesday. for work the Mr. Traffic Hazards Clearing ;
Two Applications Denied on park Redd city council chambers It wa announced ,
for Failure to Mr. Redd said he suggested that said. He and County Park Super, by George W. Turner, Expense Shown as
the highway be elevated at least intandent A. D.
Barnes have surveyed -
president of the orianiutlon. DrawbacksBy H
Follow Code three feet In order to provide a the 1,200-acre site several I
dike for the protection of a large ,time recently to determine the
vote of 17 to 10 Wednesday
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ANOTHER MEETING farming area now unfit for use cost and amount of work needed, EASTER SUNRISE
night, the membership of the Red-
because of salt water invasionLIBRARY the commissioner said ;
CALLED BY MAYOR land District Chamber of COin. ;
mtrce reversed action taken at a
Harris I and Committee WORKSPEEDED Seniors to Present SERVICE TO HAVESPECIALJIYMNS| meeting two weeks ago and endorsed -

Class Play April 1 t I the board of directors' decision '
Combine Efforts to I I I I to purchase the 10-acre sito
Create Law AS TWO Homestead High School's senior I of the 1839 Fruit Festival an a prr '
play "Skidding" which will be manent location for the annual
Homestead's new toning ordI- EXPERTS HIKED I presented in the school auditorium Singing of special Easter hymnsby fmr. The tract, which is scarified
nance went Into effect Monday Friday evening of next week, center the congregation will feature I and has sidewalks, will be ''sought
night after It was adopted by the I about the Hardy family made the.annual Easter sunrise service for $2,000.
city council, 'following its final famous by motion pictures. I In Legion Park, Homestead, under t The site on N. E. Eighth street
Homesteadpublic
leading by City Attorney Ira C., Work on the new The role of Andy Hardy is, the auspices of the Redland Din about a block west of the Federal
Haycock. | library started moving 1 j I played] by Martin Bishop; Mrs.:' trlct Ministerial Association Sun highway, was chosen after discus '
The measure ,was adopted after, faster this week with the addition j Hardy by Betty Richards; and, day morning. The service will lion brought out that it was fur r
only a brief discussion by the of two skilled atone cutters hired|i Judge Hardy, by Jack Gatlin;,, start at 6 o'clock. I enough removed from the highwayfor
councilmen which sought I I The will be delivered traffic safety and yet clone
clarifl-i by the city to supplement the WPA Grandpa Hardy by Rex Faust; Es- sermon by
cation of several minor items. No I telle Hardy Campbell, by Louis.,' the Rev, E. P. Cowan pastor of,, enough that visitors could easily li
changes were made and Mayor workmen. Official believe now (Continued on Pace Three) the Princeton Nazarene Church.j see the scene from the highway
Tom J. Harris and members of the' that the structure will be com-I The Rev. J, E. Johrutcne, pastor]I Analysis of all sites offered at

council affixed their signatures pleted by July 1. I I II of the Fiiit Baptut Church will the meeting Wednesday night
immediately after the action was Placing the two men on the job PROPOSED LAW\ deliver the invocation.The showed also that the 1939 Festival
taken. I I Rev. James J. Richards. site could be obtained at the low
peat
done at the suggestion of
was
Mayor Harris originally pro- I pastor of the Homestead Method] cost ,
moted the measure which stabil-j Mayor Tom Harris. At Monday's WOULD CHECK r rI Church and president of the ministerial Two other locations for a permanent ,
izes and sensibly restricts future council meeting he laid the work association, will preside. site for the festival were
building activities. Working with was moving too slowly and requested -I I FRUIT STEALING I Members of congregations of the considered. H. A. Cameron, real
him were Councilmen Thomas Eol) the council to tike stepsto various Redland District churches!} estate broker, proposed purchase
Kirby, Benjamin W. Morris and E.|! will participate In the service of part Of Woodlawn Addition, on
C Chronlster members of the zone speed It up. I Registration of owner and MBIIIB IBI i II I the Federal highway, from Mm
ing committee. Erection of the $22,000 building managers of grove and persons Blanche Davidson of New York,
Before action was taken on the, a WPA project, started four I engaged In buying and selling LIMES TREATED This site it less than two city 1
month and plans called for fmlt otArlrit. blocks from the 1939 festival site
toning ordinance. City Clerk R. X. ago. i with the the circuit -
Edward presented a number of Its completion by June I. ''court I of the county In :;;hlht'h; r rF r Mr. Cameron explained that ten
applications for building permit.I J. E. Gassman supervisor in i business I Is transacted would be required WITH WAX STAY acres of the addition could be ob,
It was found that specificationsin I'' chare of the -work said 20 men, in a proposed law designed tulncd for practically $2,000.
the application of Don Talbott, have been employed dally on the:I to prevent fruit theft and handlingof R E S II LONGER Those opposing purchase: of the
seeking a permit for a concrete I''' project. Original plans had called,, stolen fruit prepared by Judge Woodlawn site pointed out that
residence on Krome avenue to cost II for I greater number, he laid, but' Mitchell D.- Price for submissionto the proposed route of the new
$3,900 and one of James McCready! It had been found impractical to the present session of the legis In the packing house of the Federal highway Is through that
for a rock residence costing $2,000'I work such a large crew. lature.In Florida Avocado and Persian Lime addition, and that the tract would '
on Thirteenth street, did not the sale of fruit In quantitiesof Growers at Princeton Is a machine, therefore be cut In two and otherwise
form to the new building con-I I THE WEATHER more than one bushel the seller that Is the only one of its kind on rendered unsuitable as a fee- E
The applications were Official Weather .e.rs at uw a.htr. 1e.1ga.rl..wt would be required to give the the east coast of Florida.It tival site.Benjamin.
until the toning measure was! alatle", M..wt.Fier.... buyer a memorandum showing the Is a waxing machine, which W. Morris, also a real 5)
passed. Then Mayor Harris announced -,Date I ..... Mir _. own I amount sold and name of the sprays the limes with chemically- estate broker, suggested a site lo-
he would held a called Mar. 31 111 37 30.01 buyer and seller. treated paraffin and prevent I cated on the Federal highway, A
meeting to reconsider the application April 1 H 82 2D.98 Drafting of the fruit theft prevention -! "sweating." As a result the fruit west of the municipal swimming
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If filed In a remedied form. !April 2 110 n bill was sponsored by the' retain its freshness nine week I pool. This tract, owned by the
However, the council ranted April 3 @ 88 82 30.04 0.37 Florida Avocado and Persian Lime I (Continued on Page Three {Continued on Page Three)
permits for five small house in April 4 88 8 30.01 Growers, who have been promised '
the negro section which will have I April S 82 II 29.119 0.01. its passage by the Dade County
Will Be Mound
a total cost of $1,800. April 6 n 30.03 .delegation in the legislature. I" Marge Berger on r'I

For Opener at Miami Beach Park i
New School Playground Equipment II.W.Johnston Home
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Subject of "Florida Margaret "Sonny Berger,I ver Sloan will supplement the
To Be Ordered Today by Local P. T. A. Feature" on Page 4 Homestead crack Softball pitcher pitching staff.Orlando .

who has gained national recognition I will rely on the serviceof
Replacements for school play better exercise medium than the The home of CoL II. W. Johnston will display; her ware at I "Red" KeUey for mound work.
ground apparatus discarded two ocean, wave. "tropical plant wturdV at Flamingo Park Miami St'ach,1 Bo Yelverton Jones, practicallythe
yean ago will be ordered today The original playground equipment Homestead Is the subject ef this Sunday night when the Miami, only catcher in the state who
the Homestead P. T. A. executive wa a gift of the Homestead week' "Florida. Feature" picture Beach team will open its season can hold Berger1 heavy delivery,
committee decided at a meeting Lion Club in 1925. which appears regularly on against the strong Orlando Coca I will preside behind the plate for
held In the clinic room, of the The project of adding baskets the editorial page of the Leader- Cola squad. the beach girlr.
Neva King Cooper School Tues and equipment to make the tennis Enterprise.CoL Sonny, who Is borne from her The Sunday night game 1* ex. 4
day. New swings traveling rings court serve also] a* an outdoor bas Johnston has a reputation studies at the Florida State College -! pected to be top in Softball games.
trapezes flying rings and a ketball court is now completedand of International. e 11 tent for Women to spend the Easter The Miami Beach girl are date
stride wave will be ordered, and it will cost the association $40. among botanists sad other clen- holiday, will head the pitching champions of 1938 and on a rood
repairs for the lour ...-.aWl will the president, Mrs. Ben Archer: tests who have come from all staff of the beach girl*. She has I trip to Chicago last September defeated -
be made locally. The stride wave aid parts of the world to view his a speedball which she use with three tale champion team
which will be put on the big pipe i Sixty educational film- have famous collection o( tropical out windup and the power she puts and two runner-ups. Orlando ID
support formerly used for an ocean: been ordered and $20 ha* been tree and plants.Tb. behind It I* said to be nothing I Mast and good and last year reached -
wu. wa selected. became Im I &!VIIA to Robert Hester novlmi Florida Feature picture short of marvelous for a girl. the semi-final In the state
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committee thought it I safer and I 1 (Continued en Page Threv) ,;appears to pace 4 of this Iseue. Lefthanded Mary Nesbitt and 611-: tournamentr




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Friday, April 7,
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3FACKERSAGREE.Avocado-Lime: G-roui Choir of 30 Voices to Sing Easter :I Business Is Necessary /;
Lions
: (I Calling, Are Told
Ue-e( fratiCharles I'
Again.. Church
1 Cantata at Local Methodist

\WITH UNION ON I: Pratt was re-elected; J TIle Biblical admonition, ftv
of "Hosanna" by Grainer, thy neighbor as thyself, applies toi
president the Florida Avocado I A special musical program will., Anthem,
and Lime Growers at the annual In connection with -choir. i business as Melt as to> other call-
WORKING, PLAN be presented 1
Ings, to the economic as well as the
Its
meeting of the organization in the Easter cantata "Life Everl-ist- Soprano solo, selected-Mrs.
social side of life, the Rev. Harley
,, at Princeton Monday.
plant
choir of 30 Musselwhite. ,
i, Ing" to be given by a Wm.
R. Core declared In an address
Other officers selected were: oni
churches of the Red- Come to
voices from "All Things
The first Offertory
working agreementwith
Vice-president, limes, C. O. Cal- i "Christianity and Business' at the
the House land District Sunday night at the, Thee" choir.Anthem .
Vegetable Packing derwood; vice-president, avocados, I weekly meeting of the RedlaniI
Employes Union of Florida, No. Homestead Methodist Church. "Hail Thou GallileanKing" District Lions Club Tuesday night
E. A. Ames; secretary, R. C. Mac-
21494 was signed this week by Donell, and treasurer, J. Paul I The program follows: -choir and congregation. I,I "Business Is a definite calling
the Ideal Holding Company and 'In Per-
Brocker Organ recital (elected-Dr. Curl Benediction response and is as necessary In the present
Pearce Produce Company of Per-.I AU the directors were renamed. F. Robinson. fect Peace"-cholr. day scheme of life as teaching and
rlne, the International Fruit Corporation
They are Charles W. Zarlng, Francis -! Introit "Create In Me a Clean The pastor the Rev. James J. preaching," Mr. Core said ''Thl
of Peters and Myles M. Dolan, 3. W! English, W R Heart O Cod" ; Richards, will have as hit sermon profit motive of the vocation I 11
Green Inc.. Homestead it was announced -,, Watts Mr. Pratt Mr. BroekW Soprano solo-Mrs. H. K. Foulk. theme "A Great Certainty. A legitimate and entirely correct, butIt
Officials Mr. Ames, Mr1" Calderwood an<1 I Selection-Bauei of choir. baptismal service (.or babies will should be held as a secondaryi
of the union said work '
Mr. MacDoncll. Duet-Mrs. Wm. Museelwhltc be conducted. aim i in business life. The primary ,
the ,
on calling for Improved
agreement conditions" and -, Mr. Pratt reported at the meet-I and Mrs S. L. West I'I and all-enveloping ambition of the
more
pay Ing the organization was In a good lolo Mrs. W. M. Flflcld. tradesmen should be giving ot
an
for the workers, had been underway I I Soprano Dr. Dane to Complete I i "
financial condition and the amountof
I I unselfish service. "
for several months and that
1111 the first formal contract to be, fruit handled during the 1938- Quartette be selected Immunization_ Program Stanley Wittkop, accompanied .
signed by employes and shippers' 1939 season was double the[ Soprano solo-Mn. Foulk 1 II| by his wife on the piano, sang
of the vegetable Industry In Flor amount during the preceding Trio-Mrs. Lloyd Deitz Virgil Dr. L. H. Dane of the state, several songs, preceding the d-
period.Mr. ': Lyon and David Williams board of health will be In the, dress
ida.It Zarlng announced the organization Benediction 'Peace I
also was announced that l response- schools Monday to complete
local
will sell its ,
I henceforth I
Leave With You"choir.The
jislons,W=a proposed state pack1and fruit on the f. o. b. basis as muchas cantata and program will be'' his Immunization program, Mrs.i .I .. _- .

union ing Is shlpfijng sponsoring law, are, which only ten-the I possible. He announced Carl directed by Irving Lyon, choir director i Jane Nesbitt, school nurse, and 1i 1----- 7----- '

iatlve-an4 subject to change before Plowaty has been appointed sales of the Homestead MethodistChurch 'I' Homestead P. T. A. health chair-,i .....-1 \ .
final luCrbWJDn to the legislature' manager.. ; Dr. Robinson will presideat man, announces. '
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;- 1'IiO.LIIIOJAmerican, Federa-! Fire Guard Constructed the organ loaned for the occasion Any mother may wing her pre I R
I lion of Labor affiliate, was formed by the Homestead Presbyterian -(I school child or baby for these free I
About Royat Palm ParkA Church, and Mrs. J. D. Reddat
la Homestead and received Its) i treatments. All babies over six
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tharter last December It is seekIn fire lI\Iard"ha'; been cleared the piano. I months of age are ready for diphtheria I
unionization of tomato packIng -, around Paradise Key, on which I Morning Easter Service.Special music will be Immunization, she said, and II
house workers throughout the laU children who have had such
Royal Palm State Park i* located, i
presented by the choir at the
state and holds I
weekly meetings treatments should be Schick tested
E. E. Atkinson, park warden reported Homestead Methodist Church!1 I
In the Odd Fellows hall here.
for Immunity from three to six
Wednesday.The under direction of Mr Lyon, Sun' I The Laundry Frees
guard, started Sunday by I day morningThe 'months later. Mrs. Housewife
Jas. Sottile Jr., Leaves men from, the C C C camp at: follows "In spite of ill efforts to protect
program ,... .
To Buy Ditch MachineryJames Kendall and by Dade County con- Prelude "Rustle of Spring," by, children from diphtheria, more'I Liberty too <. M the.k*wally ptrnM vuklitnllkwlr ..._ DVM-
I victs, was completed In three days Siding-Mrs. J. D. Redd. I than five thousand are needlessly .e..e h..ra-.rh t. tk*dlMlM vkMMn.
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In to the sacrificed because of It each ," H ll* weds ha lunirr U
fires Everglades
as Processional, "Come Ye Faith-1 year I ...
Sottile Jr, field man- And wild It III Ik satisfying
ager of South Dade Farms, Inc, north of the park might be driven ful"-choir. |I she said ; .... -...,...* .n4 gratify ss.
left Wednesday for Findlay, Ohio, Into the hammock by a change of Hymn, Hallelujah"-choir and The Immunization work will'1 REDLAND DISTRICT
to buy more ditching machineryfor wind. I congregation. I begin in Redland at 10:30: a. m.; In
development of the company's !I Invocation response, 'Hear Thou Homestead at I p. m.; and in Florida LAUNDRY,
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extensive drainage and Irrigation Our Proper"-choir. City at 2 o'clock. I
system throughout its East Glade :Make Popeye Cartoons!
holdings 1 '- I
Miss Virginia Hodge of Homestead -

operations As, a by-product during the of coming Its ditching sum.; animated had color a part cartoon In making, "Popeyo the I C H EV"Rh 0 only

mer the 21 company additional expects miles to of construct 40- and Aladdin's Lamp," made In, LE'rowpriced

foot roads, according to James Sot- Miami and now showing there. car combining
She painted many of the cartoons]
tile, Sr..

president. I after Miss they Hodge were, the drawn.daughter of Mr. "All That's Best at Lowest Cost"
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Boy Scouts Leave and Mrs G. M. Hodge of Homestead -
On 2-Day Camping Trip entered the employ of
j Fleischer Studios hi Miami Dec. I. -- -:
Twenty members of the Home-
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steed Boy Scout troop left yesterday spend last night and part of today .
morning to spend the two- with them and return this noon
day Good Friday school holiday with any' scout who could not .
camping at Snake Creek. I! spend the two days on the Keys ;
They wen under under the command -' Th troop will end Its camping J IN SALES
of Assistant Scoutmaster trip Saturday morning. The boys
Sparkman Holding Scoutmaster camped last night in the vacant

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'STEFFANI NEW t aiaha& ....itov V refrlierstor and! FESTIVAL' SITE I Local Post to Install pares la id akisI. : lmetdist.ly ,
coffee urn for the association'si !
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food booth at the Fruit Festival r New Officers at MiamiJohn I after lime are received at the :
j packing house they art treated in
and to enclose in the letter check
HEAD OF LOCAL I I for fourteen dollars to a for,] I O. Salley Post, No. 43. the waxing machine' which can ,
pay (Continued from Page One) I coat about ISO bushels an hour '
I American Legion, will join eight I
damage done to the
i equipment. I|
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I and run through the trader, a machine -
ROTARY CLUBChas. Principal B. M. Hindman was,,, Model Land Company, could be obtained other posts of the fifth district'I acquired last December.
: Instructed to buy three medals or for around $3,000, Mr. Morris -, department of Florida, in a joint j{
pins to be awarded to the winners Installation of posts' new officer The waxing machine feeds itself !
H. Stcffant.! Dade County i In contests in the three junior, said he thought In Bayfront Park Miami It was'from a large hopper at one end. r
agricultural agent was elected high school public speech classes..: Those opposed to both tracts disliked decided at a meeting of the Homestead From the hopper the limes are car 4
president of the Homestead Rotary Letters for the girls of the high their frontage on the highway -i I organisation Wednesday ried on a slow moving conveyor 1
Club at a ladies' night dinner school tennis team will be pur-, and the expense involved in I I night !I to the spray department Where 4they

meeting held Tuesday in Legion chased by the association, It wool| them in for I I The Homestead officers are: are revolved while getting
putting shape use.
hall. He was elevated from tho their wax bath. The wax on the
voted, if the school's athletic fund I Commanded George A. Crawshnw;
vicepresidency.Clarence | The tracts, studded with pine limes dries quickly. On another
can not cover the expense I first vice-commander W. H. Sheffield -
J. Parman, program I In response to a request for aid trees and heavy with other vegetation -, t e con d.,'vice-commander, : slow moving conveyor they are 1
chairman this year, was elected from the Townsend Club which is 1 would have to be cleared 1]j I Lawrence Pope; third vice-corn- "marched" to the weighing belt
vice-president Chosen to serve i: buying a public address system ford and scarified at an expense of at munder, Edward J. Norman; judge I which groups them according to
as directors with the two officers I' use in Legion Park the committee least $75 an acre. advocate, William J. Geronimo; size and weight sLimes
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and the Immediate past president,'I voted to give the Townsend, In opposition to the purchase of I aergeant-at-arms L. O. Rogers; are the only citrus fruit
W.. M. Fifield, were J. R. Brooks, Club twenty-five dollars an, the 1839 site several members took chaplain, Philip D. Reams; and that can be successfully treated t
O. B. Parker and Ceo N. Wake- amount equal to the gift which the the stand that It would not attract, chairman of Sons of American I with this wax solution officials at
field. Townsend Club made to the P. T. out-of-town persons, particularlythose Legion, Mayor Tom J. Harris. ) the packing plant said. They must ti
Following the election John A. last year when the P. T A. was seeking the chamber of com The Installation ceremonies will I be treated by machinery because i
Norman Miami Rotarian and a buying its moving picture equipment merce. They contended the chamber take place on a date soon after the treatment by hand would ruin tho
former vice-president of Rotary Because of a lack of funds should be on or near the highway three-day state convention effectiveness of the wax.Homestead's .
legion
International, gave an hwptrstional this amount will haw to be borrowed directly In view of strangers. to start next Wednesday atJon.: I kv
address'along Rotary Meals "of I temporarily f'ol1h cafeteria Wearer" *the highway, attendance to Lauderdale Mr. Geronlmo and 14
service above self. fund. the festival would be greater, they I Mr. Crawshaw will be delegates Oldest 14
Rotes and Rotary Annes present I Various plans for raising funds aaid. from the Homestead post to the Barber Shop
were: Mr. and Mrs Geo. M. ,
considered.
were Discussions on the three sites convention.
Frick Mr. and Mrs. Steffani, Mr. 'I Letters will be sent the local were relatively short. When it was I
and Mrs. Fifield, Mr. and Mrs. Par legislators urging their support of decided that only members with D. L. BOWENNow

man, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Wilson, I, the legislative program of the paid up duel were eligible to vote, WAXING PROCESSContinued
Mr. and Mrs Chas. T. Fuchs, Jr., Florida Education Association and six members paid the annual duesof .
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Archer Mr. and Continuing Educational Council, it $3 A. R. Livingston made the I la MW Quarters three \;
Mrs. John R. Mothers, Mr. and was decided. motion to confirm the action of the' doers south af the First .
Mrs. Paul Reynolds Mr. and ( from Page One) ':
Mrs. The term of office of Mn. Jane board of directors in authorizing Natioaal Bank
Walnwright Ernst, Mr. and
Mrs. Nesbitt summer-round-up chair the purchase of the 1939 site of the longer than the untreated one. COOL AND SANITARY
Frank Rue, Mr. and Mrs T. J. man was extended to October to festival, with the resulting 17-10 Sweating, officials of the con Expert and courteous service. t
Bleier, Mr. and Mrs.
Fred Redd comply with a county ruling. favorable vote. Three membersdid cern said, Is the evaporation of oil A trial will be appreciated.PACK4& ,
Mr. and Mrs. Lee H. ::1)
Lehman. Announcement was made that not cast ballots. from the lime through the large
Mr. and Mrs. Wakefield Mr. and the room mothers of the county -. --
Mrs. Baker Hindman, Mr. and Mrs, i
will give a tea for the P T. A.
Roy Chandler, Mr. and Mrs. W. E.I members of the county at the Andrew -) ,
Rheney, Mr. and Mrs. Parker Mr.1 I Jackson School In Miami
and Mrs. Ed Soling, Mr. and from two to four o'clock on Thurs
Julian Webster, Wm. J. Mr"1 day, April 20, and that all the
Max Lonncr Jan. Wollam room mother chairmen of the .'
Redd and Mr. Brooks county are to be In the receiving
Guests Included Mrs. Norman, line. ,
Mrs. Edward Marohn Mrs. J. C.' I & "
Shelton and Paul Losner
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Harris Marion Hardy, by Virginia
'C' picture chairman, for mailing and Barbara Done; Aunt Mllly, by 1,
express charges, Mrs W. E. Edna Booth; Wayne Trenton III,
Rheney, \he treasurer reported. by William McMichael; and Mr.
Five copier! of 11 booklet on sex Stubbins, by John Walton. :
education were ordered for the The Homestead High School
high school. They will be placed: band, directed by Mrs. Margaret ::1j
In the hands of the principal. Mills will play during the Inter- bell j
coach girls' physical education missions. | ,
teacher, home economics teacher, E. B. Blackburn Is directing the
and librarian. Twenty-fix additional play. The set has been mad by
copies were ordered for sale!I I the speech classes with the help
at cost-twenty cents each-to I of the art department.
members of the executive committee I Seats will be reserved for the f fI
room mothers and any other, parents of senior class members.
parents who are interested In hav-' and four senior girls will serve as
Ing In their homes an approved!{ ushers. Tickets are being sold by #tR
presentation of the subject. I all high school pupils.
.. In response to -a request from The seniors plan to1 purchase .a I
teachers of the elementary school,j! gift for the school with the money
the committee voted to sponsor fort they make from the play. 1:11I :

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week WPA community music institute OLDS Ql-OOete tt+o eN IiI a
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like that completed last week.) :
Application will be made for thej PLUMBINGWork "
return of Mrs. Anne Livingston: LOW PRICE buys) quality when you buy an Olds- I
and Miss Christine Calico in the quality exemplified by all' these leading" features
of October. Done Promptlye *
early part Uf
AltO Ihythmtc tide, a'revolutionary new development j
In
A course personality development I
will be sponsored by the association e e d.lvred *" ""i ss exclusive with Oldsmobile, that result In a finer ;
smoother ride. There's nothing elM like It.
it was decided and Mrs.], --r.. sT .' .'
Geo. N. Wakefield study E. Reed .: .It" .n1 .,'a QuocM-Cstl Sprteging. Big flexible coil springs cushion '
chairman, was Instructed to course make!I all four corners of the car. They need no lubrication. t

arrangements for meeting date.), Radiant -XA... hut *ath of ...-.., ItahlllsaniMi controls up-and-down motion,
Mrs. O. 1. Cault the secretary,, croons Film Drive- M.% fore-and-aft and sid.- o-ide movement and budy-roll
was instructed to write a letter of i -resulting In. steady, stabilized ride.
HomesteadG.
.thanks to A. C. Deputy who fur-! Kaae-ActtM Frent Wheels. acting Independently of each
'other, atop ever tump, rats mad K.*M to the road. I
S355: k \ S
tW Ceatsf-Cealrsl 5 sewing provides axoopttonnl handling
ease and accurate, pncittve car control.SeMraarWaa .

C a coos eredsria/0es rath r1 ; .y. >illc trades aeon-* quick, smooth
t Jf/a.....*so" IN 4je :;.% itraigbt-Une stops with minimum pedal praasurs.M l"'

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:doer ...-:. ..... raid h.el parformanc r *-sane money- gM and oiL J

./M-l_ .oqao, ..MMJkM .r>sss.a IrtrltKlas with WinW-DniW Comm i.rJe.
I is ......,:::-.... ..: .M4 CM**. All engine hewing and platen pins are f dO.swl
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&UN ARCHER UIIMMARJORIB :
JOHNSON
LEACH ARCHERUMCRITTION Col.
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".m..1.d. 11,1014010. ..... the Oft t1 uizaaoMEZE I
111114111,111, 14 .n. "oprty owners who owe a
PVY t* IMS W earlier, should lose
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.. hH '- _RATESOw.W SI.S* iVOMESYIADFLOROA /p0 Bins Ift filing under the Murphy t
.. M C Mrtr 51.15 f Bialy prder to beat the
P> ) in ex- 1,
: pf the bargain tax law ono
If I Didn't Have Nothin'To 1'tttid '
e ill
Do
1''M'' tiny "rainmaker" hired for .
U I didn't have nothin' at all to do. WM Wtion VUld have to choose <
Tliere'i lots o' schemes that I'd p vW the \fJarshja rock pit and
lOOn put through *Vn'Mile\ rock pit as the '
I'd turn my leisure to good account t IW' if VdW by which to sit and
An' B'prlse the neighbors b> the H ncr stuff|
amountOf t ill

big Improvements they'd .om I'I'i' 'V'tH1' another case of suspected

day view- ''' ill Homestead is likely to be
If t didn't have nothin it ill t tJ h.lj\vlII'l insurance payments..
do _
Ilkligiolla survey Sot
It all thin work I could clear earl iv i
That haunts in' holds mt from \\y Ministerial Group
day to day S
I'd buckle down with the best of Q'ht >id District Ministerial '
cheer r A iVWtloh" vlll conduct a religlou
A-keepIn' busy the livelong year thevejr I'd show 'em things that they never Who | ?tt Week, rt wa announced '
knew- t by silt Rev\ George E. Deue, chair- I
If I didn't have nothin' at all to 7SAMPNROVS KAA <<:Ithl! survey committee
do AT PAL* rji'l'l- Will b4 completed at 0 rnectt -
RN/NOCEROS "m IOO6S TBOflfCAt fff4rWAAOEA ,/ >it A< tilnhtei-s and workers Itt
But where'i the u.eVhl'n I look tA AMrlca Leila hall Monday
around OVEe IS me LARGEST6"Ov ""' ....
So many task In my way abound FLORlOA A/IOl/r / : ; ,, a OF ourDOOI2 "G.e litil/I tybbitlt' are pouring on the stormy
That. I clean give up an' my iplrlts j ?S 000 YEA/df Y ; a-? TlZOPICAL PLANT 'jt t+ts4pt'A. however the attack upon
Ink A&O THe //l2tO-NMAlY" the (ICt'a*K law has played hob
An' I can't do nothin' but lit an' \ OF EVERYJESCeplle11 \\11" popes for harmony and count -
think 6ATHEUQ AiJ.. I Mona were formed a week be
Pf the wonderful industries that """ ,, _.1. PRIZ7$ 67j6 fehA tIll session opened.
I'd pursueIt J r
I didn't have nothin' at all to -- -- -"'v'''v-.. UVrkiOg, III the bushes too. are

do .....,....-..-..........W MI1,1...r..........".... I|I blow and bluster Hope he's right I.............. ............................................\,,,.,.... the! tj \poscq senate Investigation
-Philander Johnson In ale
elf VVIderier's legislative party
the Washington Sur I CURRENTCOMMENT I'I' but" as the Scotchman would say. The IERISC() 1hJ fit l WlMfoli, which has been pro-
I ha' me doots'Dude I By HOWARD W. IIA8\'f-\ I\lItc bV Senator Ernest Graham
] I Start Correspondent I1c1"1 1\ fI"J It reported\ audit of the office
Americans "Adopt" Span County the rival of Reno I News Service (I State Comptroller Jim tee. the
By AGNEW WELSH eleven months ...................... : .. .....,.,..'.,..\ ..' (
ish ChildrenMore : shows for the first letter .Ulli't-eqly\ made at the behest
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..... |I Hof the meal year there were 2.532 t\i( *wd Preston Cone himself. '
than two hundred Spanish An editorial m Hollands for divorce suits filed an Increase of i i THEY'RE OI'FIREVESt'E. /UN'\ When the audit of how Jim
refugee children have been "adop-j April proclaims this great truth:I I!1273 over the previous like periodA MORE REVS: ;I l!{f IN bm beep spending his money
ted' by Americans according to an "When people become too soft and Chicago judge in passing on one| LOAN SHARKS 1I.\RPo'l l. Sill lie dipped Into the hopper
announcement of Eric O Mug- I dependent: when they lose drive:II such case said this country was LABOR IN SADDLE fi gvrldge, executive secretary of the and aggressiveness and ambition going Into moral bankruptcy as a' SIDELINE JOTTINGS Ai\l When It li brought before the
Foster Parents' Plan fur Childrenin and self-reliance they degenerate result of what he termed "sexual lpgisl0tuh5\ You can expect an tII.I .
Spain and the social system they have hOliday." I Tallahassee April 6.T lt\y\I Llosiub, that will rock; the dome
Under the plan of a child upon created passes away" I e eState 'I eight senators, ninety-fly' s{ l34sentatives '\I Slt'tt break Windows In the college
request of a 'foster purent' who When you take away throughany Comptroller Lee gives advance an army of aspiely ot\14i1WlJ\/'ill tWo miles away
assumes the responsibility, taken of the "isms'. mart's Individuality figures on Florida's state' laches, regiments of lobbyiati, flyIng \I .. .
from a French concentration camp his sovereignty his ambitionyou expenditures, showing these will squadrons of newspobell 0df\I Wllll1' Dock to the humdrumi
and cared for In houses in or near rob him of all that makes life be $62,744,000 for the fiscal year,I respondents and two pllell V I 1.\1 >f a routine opening how1
Biarritz France. for at least one worth while not only to himself an increase of 12 million dollars, whole prayers for harmjjl3I/ q *Vr- the theme tong Is the same
year The cost for each such child : but to his fellow men.i over the previous year. When I, intelligent deliberations eo ,nbeq *)>'W Melody| set to a brand new
Is $9 a month The American tot- i i mentioned the matter to Uncle, the keynote of the openllj jfI \ Ifrl, every two years. somehow
tel parent li sent a photograph Charles Francis Coe, noted au- Abner he laid: "It's too domed,I monies began Florida's pi, f1 h'\\, V Oilier the state needs more
name and age and a brief history i thor and now a Florida lawyer;1 much fer what we're gittin' far It,I legislative battle herewith 1'1t1' 4 MvhO and this year is H record
of his foster child as soon as possible -, makes the statement that no man.1 an' they're all the time yellin' ter' thousands of taxpuyy bee At \r .Ufrt' because everybody up
Every child Is made to understand could- serve as governor of Florida I I more It's tax ye ef ye live an', home hoping for the best 11111. \ lrefb M broK except the state \I.I .
how he la being provided I and not suffer Impeachment "If he tax ye It ye die; tax ye if :ye tell i, petting the worst. I rj1I'\J1I'\\ \ School busted, general
tot and who his foster parent Is,:' enters upon his duties with the sincere ;! the truth an' tax ye <<,fen ye lie." ', There wasn't anything pgdtictf\ ft'YV li|. wallowing in the red;
Mi MuitRerldge said determination to serve the Inrly unusual about the CjjlI"I"I (MWfifi anti hospitals filled to
Mi MuRgcrldge explained that: public Interest at all times" I I Let us pause a moment In our I of the 1939 session CO\/rt'f: %ti'f!ots'iag and ho money to build
he had recently retained from That's a rather severe Indictmentof "cussing out" of the Germans to'I Cone's message lived up 10 jlqJ t'c\' : 1\t1j\l\ t5iss. ARpsrently the only
Spain, where he helped to take, Florida's political moral status. recall what a great benefaction one'expectations and the letAa O I: lOe'tQertlfy A 1101Iyllli around the dlg-
from that country to France marethan Ij It true I' of them Gutenberg conferred both brunches Issued their "'.', has !been earmarked for the
1,000 children after the fall, e upon the world with his Inventionof I ternary predictions that U'* ti0l h4nAhtldere\ with the result that
of flarcelona The administration I The luxury of one generation movable type And a great I would be able to get down fit bhsinets \ W>i* of the leglnlntors are won-
of the project of caring for the fcmti'r of the with minimum of 1eibtl( It It Isn't more Important
I becomes the necessity succeeding many other names could be added. a "eiV II"I
child ta being carried out by I one. An assistant attorney i I to the number. finish the job within the Vlljt.A,' IP '17114 school open than to
competent educator from America general ct the United States declares I tional sixty days NevWtlelee\,'I I j 'Ct\rttll'\lIed\ on Page FiveA'W'tV"tlMV )

and Great Britain. Mr. Muggeridge that tobacco has become anecessity I Speaking of the Everglades fires your commentator cannot A t'd / **'...'......ltHtMIH..MM *......... t
aid I I and charges the big cigarette I' remind one of how times and conditions with the Pollyanna lads, vyhp llO Children
makers with bringing pressure -| change. State Representative against hope that the dove it PEA ::! in Court

Going by Car? I to drive out the ten-cent, Walter D. Fuller writes the will flit nimbly from w_truit\ S: P/1 fudge Malcolm Ilatfleld <
brands By the way. In Havana Daytona Observer that 30 years\ rostrum. Beneath theI ApA q j' ......?....,..., "...'.....'e".w.www.Nnw..- .,
Snon sevenl million motoristswill you can buy a package of cigarettesfor when ha was a South Florida I brotherly love. Which #fJ" tI
ago
be oft on automobile tours'I five cents and the Cubans pre-j: barefoot boy, the privilege of''I I from the vaulted dome o\ tr: h+*tIiI'rfIt8 IV TIlE MAKING

But not all will have the good fer to pay 15 for American-made!, burning off the woods was a God- chambers, we detected one \j (v*d I \It hi. been proven In juvenile -
they expect. Headaches, back-I! brands. I I given right "and the man with a; sour notes as if one of hy bsAj\I! IIltl-t th,t the child who Is per .
ache*. and grief await I lack of sense or excess of courage: fiddle players over In rtfUr iiA d rtlllVct V> torture and mistreat "y
them Yet Paul W. Kearney, An expert on human tendencies$ ...: to protest this custom would have. gone to rehearsal wit VV Kmusic I (artily beta frequently develops '.I
the current Rotarian Magazine, 1"1 says that most men are over-sexed been rewarded with I Winchester |ibtp' w hardened/ criminaL
dlcites that these annoyances while exactly the reverse la true, bullet In Ms back some shadowy I If you listened attentively W t ,j f, Wit the widespread sale of 1
be rut to a minimum by heeding of women. He would probably I afternoon-with no Inquest."[ talk around the corridors \fl\f \'t sf, I'l'lM anti hotgun to IrresponaibUiecked
a few commonsense rules Here !Is I note an exception, as the lawyer,I Draining the Everglades brought I the hotel lobbies you w4Jlt) iatiI j jI BAttietr ., there is little f'
a condensed list of his dos end I Idon't' would say In th.-t dge of the Loa Its peril. heard murmurs of revolt APQ\ rl'l; 'tf\il.li that Innocent by-standers.
for motorist: Angeles woman k ho Pvcently i" I pen of guerilla warfare tl1,1 ttqi 1 f yt'otock, Was birds and family
1. Eat lightly\ while on a tour. I i her ninth trip to the ma41'1 To please the politicians the law i break out before the nst' fI\I\ 1J ; fltl\ Are. shot during the hunting .
I 1 tar. well, most things bers have located their
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Heavy eating causes drowsiness requiring that each ten years there J "rv-III fA'AiI,
2. Stop now and then for a rest ': of In California are must be a re-apportionment ol, rooms Most of the P telhq 1 r.: Ay long M thl nation adhere to
Play catch or hang by your hand', anyway. : legislative districts Is a dead letter,i rumors emanate from trio \\t tAj r i Hv fronrtUi belief that all red-
from a tree limb. I II e j; according to a statement by a I county contingent and tv >et"' \tt' ft) VIWI American boys must be
ol Interviews with Roger W. Bab- To show obviously, U that rape trek 1 It rifles a*
) Take an emergency can I member of that body. I /Alvan) Alston! alrgun and
i son, the famous economist, quote I II revenue suit down in Dade eoltpA '
gasoline. One and a half million the Iniquity and Inequality ol * motorist ran out 'Ot gas \last year I him as saying there. will be no Immediate : present representation he states; which the big county boy dltetj'Ilas Y I Wt>nitt d |In the United States st
4. Avoid excessive fatigue If war In Europe; that the that 19 northwest counties of the "most unfortunate. W rate Af ont every fortyfiver
when I present hullabaloo over there Is alldriving '' Inhabitants I In spite of all the oil V* \, Fur-
drive
you must fagged out.,, state with 414.067 Mutates\ through the year.
reduce speed and use extra cau I' have one senator while South Floor, I tretMOre. it does not take a inn*
tion. on a hot day check tire ida has but one for Its 890,866\Daytona Observer .tI\l\\ tilt It RWded youth who Is skilled in op-
J. Take along duplicate car I pressures. people. Dade'a .senator Ernest B, 4jvbaM' l Apollo I >rt automatic revolver or
key, but let someone besides the 7. Have a block of wood suitable II I! Is handsome. An old s!/ ('J J a *Itl* long V> learn how to manipu-
driver carry them. : for use under your jack on His fellow-legislator. W. r. Fuller | this: "Handsome Is k0 herb! .; IM, a machine tun-perhaps to _
6. Carry a dive gauge. When : soft ground. I In "Fuller's Comments" In the.; some does'-and I sues h/ yY hOpshnat tntsir. .

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.!!l11II11I1II111II1I1I1I1I1I1I1II1II1I1II1I1I1II (Florida City" The PERISCOPEContinued system, expected to begin operations slon eommJttloea haw gathered nil ;f1
-"Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Hough came shortly, It will be easy to get tort of data pertalnhtit to nearly
down on Tuesday to attend the get- anywhere in town In a hurry. The everything except how tr cure
20 Years AgoIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIiIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIiII together upper ." (Florida ( from Page One) : but drivers. It it reported, hate ek-nd haliUwia. Cotweiinrndy, 1j'
City). ; meet Interest. So we noticed a, been given a special course of instruction you may find the session M tiling r
: -'Wm. Myers Is on the sick list group of bond house lobbying sitting In how to guide the nocturnal down to the house ponttnir the
this week. It I Is reported that the i In a hotel lobby surrounded by i I wanderer's footsteps In the[ bill and" the somite amioiling'cmand I
The ,.n..I.. ..... Ole ma'am' extraordinary amount of labor involved | two nerve specialists and six.proper path AU Tallahassee many a bill will void" up
Want tnm (|11|M *| the a..t..s trained nurses! needs now I I. up-to-date escort' in conference I
Bnlnvrin .rt.kllil.4 II... II. till, In raising I fork to his i I' an
M th. _.. ........ Itanntr and mouth strained his Florida I There will be some sort of sales., service. ------- -- -
arm. (
.....* Orttt. "'1, with Uu .._ tax passed at this session. Pasta Modern ArlUunrtlo
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this prediction In your hatband. It'I report.djsthis Teacher: "If I farmeii. sell I'
April S. 1919 March It 191. I may hit only cigarettes and cigars ;Al column recently ', five bale of cotton ,at $60 a bole, I
-"The ichool auditorium wa the -"The C. D. Club met at the home 01 It may go whole hog and cover j' thVfSinj to taking all the I', what will he get?"
scene of the third annual com.'lof Mrs. E. S. Capllnger on Thursday -I everything from safety pin to early play ii'f mcncemont exercise last Thursday and had a delightful afternoon.)I sedans, But we found a forml-. because Speak & ood' pre-iei- Two Bell. "
night, when several hundred I A contest was won by Mrs. Earl, duble bloc In both the house and
patron and friend witnessed the, Evan and the second prize was j senate leaning: towards some sort!, ]
presentation of diploma to the taken by Mrs. J. R. Dorsey. Present -'! of sales tax and most of the / ATANYSPEED
eight graduates, Margaret Rob were Mrs. J. R. Dorsey, Mrs. bers think the school and mem-j
ertson, Charles Sheffield, Roy Joe Burton, Mrs Earl Evans ,Mrs I folks should get the revenue. ON ANY ROAD I t I
Mauser, Stuart Shields, Cecil Hook W. O. Bryant and a visitor Mrs. e e i I ,
Charles Clinton, Edwin Hook and Candy." Another safe prediction. In our''' 1

Alvin Campbell Charles P. -"J. D Redd was In Key I opinion to the passage of bill that,' ATANYPRESSUREII
Sheffield Jr, the honbr graduateand I Wednesday attending! the grand-1 I will hit the salary buyers and loan
valedictorian gave his listen- of Mrs. Francis Albury the sharks a Tony Galento left to the
era lucid description of the part| mother of Mrs J. D. Redd." button. The salary-buying "industry" AITUALterti prove that ,
America has had In forwarding! the i I -"Mr, and Mrs A. R. Livingston has waxed fat at the ex- .built 01 the ;
research work on the producing of| are up from Cape Sablo for a few' pense of the poor devil who can't famous "Anti-Friction" Cord '
gas to take the place of hydro-! days get a dime at the bank but must
." I fabric developed by FIsk. .
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gen."Ben "Honor roll Red land Farm Life! 35"
Morris, who was employedat school: first grade Ruth Murray: clothes on his buck I Ii I run 13 cooler at 40 miles an
the Redland Supply Companystore Irene Woodbury, Eva Raulerson,'!i Many legislators, after reading' hour, and cooler at all other
until enlisting In the navy Pellus Elder Myrtle McLean, Ver- recent reports on the uctunl workIngs -, peed*.Flak Tire provide they
In May 1917 will be '
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non Peterson Edna Bornecker of the small loan companies, greatest degree safety,mileage .
Homestead otter April 1:1: I I I Gertrude Goff, Thelma Hutton. with interest running us high and that be
-"Alvin Campbell Is older and Eskrldge Kelly, Archie Shirley, 300 per cent it year, believe lhi>o economy can
several of our young people took Lawrence Campbrll; second grade, firms should not be entitled to had and they are the only j
advantage of his advanced age and Emma Waid, Dotlle MrCnllough, charge more than the legal into tires which give you"PluProtectlon
about thirty of them gave him a Chum Graham Edwina Mills; est rate and, If till knot Is tied in j
real surprise party game, refresh-' third grade, Helen Graham Morris -! the tail of the loan shark tiger, the"business" /
in the Blow-Out I:
ments and a general good time was Jennes, Qeorga Konel, Pauline' will be ended for all r. !
reported Those who enjoyed the Lloyd, fourth grade Grace Bash-/ time In Florida. i / Zone."At no extra I ,
occasion were: Llvle and David cur. Josephine Pearce, Bruce Core cost, toot i
Burnel. Wilma and Balma Morgan'1 Grace Fitch, Paul Jennes, Saldce: Organized labor Is her In force l .
Nina and Albert Sutton, Edwin Murray, fifth grade, Margaret'! and the main Issue Is the wage-, ...tf 1" M I
Hook, Willow Simmons, Roy My- Rousseau, Tesiiie Mae Kyle, Dixie hour question, plus legislation thatl)) mlJJTiTI, I
rick, Mr. Davis, Roy Matthews, Herlong Clyde Stone, Franklin would give a carpenter the ,
Margaret Robertson, Stuart Marsh, Leona Harp; sixth trade,! collect his bill. The state federation HU w : '
Shields, Mrs. Oscar Thomas, Mrs. Eleanor Bauer, Doris Wever, Edna' under the leadership of President I Ii
A. J. Campbell, Emma Fitch, Shepherd, Grace Shepherd Annie Charles Silva has workedout I 1110"W mlfQj"II.: i il m'A'.IUt I I .ZONE I
Charlie Martin a comprehensive and
Harry Webster, Kerfoot, Wilma McCollough Lucille program
Clyde Nixon, Thelma Frazeur Mr. Cowman, Van Lear Moore Indication point to enactment of
Neese, Mr. Everhart, Mildred Harry Lewis, Clarence Hillard; most of the federation' measure
Campbell, Alvin Campbell Will seventh grade, France Willard TEXACO ONE STOP STATION
Home, Vernl Rohrer, Minnie Lee Hosack, Bessie Campbell, Gertrude Thanks to Burton H. Schoepfs
Mitchell and Rosebud Umphrey.P. Ingram Ida Waid, Anna Maud brand new bus transportation 1

S.: Soup was nineteen (lD)," Shepherd, Hallie Overall. Kelly DONE & KISSAM, Props. .,
"John Kllng brother of J. M. Core; high school, George Whitte- Pearce, Emmet Anderson, Alma
Kling, who has been working In more, Sylvia Kerfoot, Lorlna Hos Schumacher Willow Simmons, N. Krome Avc. at Uh St. Homestead, Fla. [
Key West Is home on a furlough." ack, Carl Schumacher, Hilda Florence Hill. Denny Slone. ,

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JUNIOR CHAMBER MISS FLORIDA! <. .,

The Redland Rattler
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SEEKS LAWS TOCUTACODENTS ARE YOU
Engel and LaNelle
HURT By Emily Rogers

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The eighth grade boys had charge, the end. it
Marshaling mar than 100,000 J of last Friday's assembly program. "Remember your teacher Is actIng ,:
member of civic, patriotic and fra- John Benson led the devotionals ; the Classroom Is his stage. His ,j
ternal organizations in lupport of rte' Mr. Wagner Introduced Mr. George performance Is yearly rehearsed ,1
IU proposed safety legislation the Head, the "Singing Evangelist,", and each day, each year he
Florida Junior Chamber of Com- t Nfd 4 P who gave us several vocal numbers I changes and adopts his methods
merce hat appealed to the state Nf"0M accompanied by Miss RebeccaFisher seeking to satisfy' his audience. 1
legislature'to aid In reducing highway at the pIano. Mr. Whitney Think of the things he makes concessions ,
accident to a minimum.The spoke to us about the Crusade to: our impatience, our ;
need for laws which would Union of Boy Singers. tastes, our capacities, our prejudices }
create a state driven' license and Mr. Wagner then introduced our' and our ultimate good .:!
next speaker none other than our "And remember his .
establish a highway patrol and remove only applause .
cattle from thoroughfares own Mr. Ooley who gave us a very I Is the bell, the curtain call (\\1
was cited by Tom F Smith. Miami educational talk on "Teaching as, for him to begin, and yet another c trI
Beach, president of the Florida a Profession From the stage Mr.! round of applause, the bell for t:
I Junior Chamber of Commerce. Ooley read us an article from the' him to stop."Appreciate. .Ji
which has 3,000 members in 40 "Gamllacad," a school new.paperl'I your teacher. He ',;
cities from Georgia Miltary Academy. js following an ideal, his life is .
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"Twenty-Jour persons were The article read as folows: full of disappointments and setbacks .;
killed and 181 suffered serious In- "What do we expect of our I In spite of all he loves his ,1?
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Jury In collisions of motor cars teachers? There are a few things I paternal art and us, his pupils. :i.<
with cows and other livestock on which a teacher can do and these I Today's teachers train the intellect
Florida highways during the past are limited to the sensitive and,of tomorrow. Watch your chance.
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five years, a survey conducted by % spirited. He Initiates the student's Decide what you expect from your .1
the junior chamber showed I II If I enthusiasm clears their paths, and I teacher and make an effort to get
Smith said "Them totals do : Inculcates discipline. He can communicate It from him."
1 Include hundreds of minor Mr'l I I I a passion and a method-I

ies and other serious injuries nothing more. His most trium- Volusia Teachers to Get
were not reported.. Twenty-one, I phant success Is to have his students -I "
counties contributed the fatal accidents forget him in their absorp- Credits for Visiting Fair
and the serious Injuries resulted tion of the subject In art ofteaching j : '
from 117 collisions in 48 it Is that tre taughtI I DeLand, Aii"; .:Because the
counties Cannon's Bill Plans Release not the teacher. The teacher is New York World's Fair is be of '
"We do not ask for legislation Sugar proud who has said about him,'I I highly educational nature and par-
which would require a cattle own- From Tribute to Foreign Producers 'He was my teacher. There is no ticularly because the exhibit to be \
er to fence in llvesUxk," Smith greater immortality a teacher can made at the fair by the state of
said "but we believe that we -- have |I I Florida is to be outstanding J in
should have statewide laws, which Passage of the sugar bill now| Cuban vegetables to come in duty I "A teacher has the courage to' character, the public school teachers -
would make the livestock owner before congress will mean that free at the time that Florida vegetables stand before his students and attempt -i I of Volusia County, of which
liable for property damages or Florida no longer will have to pay] are on the market to plant to awaken within them that' DeLand Is the county scat, will be l
personal injuries resulting from tribute to foreign producers and 50 per cent of their farms In sugarcane spirit of Inquiry which learning demands -'I I, given the privilege of choosing/ between .y
traffic collision, or which would the housewife will be able to fill I for which there would be a When one Is encouraged the fair and summer school, '
make roaming of livestock on the her sugar bowl with the finest on profitable and stable market. one must drive on and seek to the''I this year according to a resolution
highways unlawful" the market at a much lower price, "It Is a recognized fact that bet- end. Some teacher has guided you adopted by the Volusia County
"Under our present laws," Smith according to Congressman Pat ter sugar at less cost of productioncan aright. All one needs is the determination -i I Teachers' Association at Its annual
said, "cattle owners In most counties Cannon of Miami, who introducedthe be produced in the Florida the grit to push on to 1 meeting held a few days ago. <,
I may escape completely liability bill Monday. I Everglades, In spite of the fact that I| It is understood, however that
for any damage done by "This bill," Mr. Cannon said, employees In the sugar industry of nage which would be producedfrom Volusia County teachers electing
their1' cattle, either to other peo- "will permit Florida to fill iU own Florida are paid higher wages than the cane now actually growing -, to substitute a trip to and a study
ple's property or to motorists traveling sugar bowL Florida sugar producers paid on any other agriculture proj- in the Glades today. This' of the New York fair,must file applications -
the highways. They are not will no longer be forced to ect under the American flag. In most recent ruling by the secretaryof for permission to so substitute -
required to fence their cattle In. accept federal relief In the formof addition to the highest cash wage, agriculture In accordance with with the county school
The burden falls upon the neighboring benefit payments which they the living conditions of the work- the sugar act of 1937 indicatesmore board. It Is announced that those }
landowner and the motorist. neither need or desire, but which ers In Florida's sugar Industry have forcefully than ever that attending the fair will be given the \
The Injured motorist pays under the provisions of the sugar living conditions superior to those some amendment must be made to credits which would be given for t
his own doctor bilk and may even act of 1937 they have been forcedto of any other sugar producing area the sugar act." I|I attendance at summer school. \
have to pay for the cow. The accept or discontinue their operations in the world. They have comfort- ,
landowner must fence other peo- I able homes, automobiles radios, 1
ple's cattle out, or suffer the consequences "It will also permit many deserving -1 and all those things which make
; and If he ejects wandering farmers, who are now prohibited the American standard of living
cattle from his premises by law from growing sugar the highest in the world and 1 1War1
carelessly so that the cattle are InJured cane the crop for which their lands|, which make America the greatest FLOiI! 1 fj !OTOR) LINES
he potential"market for manufactured
may be liable in damagesand are best suited to produce a crop our -
subject to both fine and Imprisonment for which there is a ready and goods and surplus commodities -
." profitable market. | I
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association formed last year by plantation has more money to !
ASSESSED VALUE about 100 Glades farmers to start spend on clothes, hats shoes food
construction on a new sugar house! automobiles, radios and all the
OF BANK GOODS at Belle Glade costing $6,500,000 other necessities of the Americanway
which will be capable of of living than the Cuban
: Ing 100,000 tons of sugar worker has In 20 years
TOO LOW\ CLAIMOnly "Such a development proce"-I 63,00) Tons Sugar Quota
vide direct employment "The department of agriculture a
persons the year round an annual released recently a determination
ten of the forty-eight national payroll of about $2,000,000, fixing Florida's 1939 sugar quota
banks in Florida art and indirect employment for twiceas at 63,000 tons, This quota granted
sessed on personal property a'-I many more. to us by the department of agriculture -
A total of 101 tate banks, which "It will allow the farmers of the under the sugar act of
by their statement show personal [ Everglades, who have been virtually f, 1937 allows us to produce and
property valued at $493.342-: forced into bankruptcy because market ouly about 50 per cent of
000, are assessed at $73,770.000, or of the Cuban reciprocaltrade I what Florida actually consumes v
fifteen per cent of the value. agreement which permits It is 30,000 tons less than the ton- a t 0r
These statements were made in z
a report lssu d by Perry G. Wall,
r Tampa, following a survey of the 51t".tl.r
i bank tax situation of the stale I II F M
Mr. Wall said he obtained the
record of all the banks and that
the figures show no uniformity of
assessment throughout the state.1 =
He advocated the establishment of
a state tax and finance commission -
by the legislature.
Mr. Wall's list on banks in fourteen Travel rain arc down-end again Florid COMPARE
counties, from which he omitted Motor Lines lead the entire field with now
names arc s* follows (1) I low lares throughout the South and to ill these low faresUfKSONMLLC
$9,500, assessed $300 America-darem and aortic that BO other _
actual value ;
ei first class .
I type transportation eta match I UIT.
(2) actual value, $2,000 assessed, Grand news for millions who plan vaca '.11
$3,100; (3) actual value, $26863, I Eon trip*-for il moans men miles for Ion PETERSBlRdTAMPA
actual a far wider el ..II
not assessed; (4) value. annoy range vacation attractions
$3648, assessed, $600; (5) actual]! t more days Of pleasure with dollar ORLANDO d.N
assessed $14,300jt saved by Florida Motor 1Ja... While fares 1.11
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value $11,702, ; go down, service and convenience KEY WllIT
go up
actual value $5,553, assessed' I..'
( ) -with more frequent schedule la now WIST PALM BEACH
$4,000: (7) actual value $14.340 Zephyr ........ IlIAMI.4'
assessed $400; (I) actual value GAINRaVILLIl A1.
$57,653, assessed. $12.350; (9) actual Bus Station: Hotel Redland TALLAHAAHASeER UI
value, $29.868, assessed. :
Memory Si. and FUfler Are.Homestead. (CHICAGO 19.96
(10) actual value $21,934, $200:1
ed, $1.500; (11) actual value, Florida MW YORK 19.29
Ill, not assewed; (12) actual ATLANTA 16.90
value, $18.855 assessed. $500; (13) L.
actual value U,151., assessed]
$2,_; (14) attest value $36,764 f 1 1 1 .
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Fridav, April 7 1939 THE LEADER- ENTERPRISE .___ Page Seven 0
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--- will visit their daughter and her The Ladies' Aid of the Comma* 1
FLORIDA CITY: family before going to their home nity Church held Its April meeting :v

By Mrs. W. W. Severe In North Haven, Conn. Wednesday at the ihurch. s
and JlroundHomestead
In "
Vincent Fungi loft Monday for Mist Ingeborg Mattson spent the
A hamburger fry was enjoyed I Boston.
week-end visiting her, mother la
Saturday at the Key Largo bridge .
South Miami.L.
by; Mr. and Mrs. Johnny; Becker,, Frank Costa who farmed here
Mr. and Mrs. Roy JJelll, Mr. and I
Mrs. this season left Sunday for Brooklyn C. Aldrich visited his son-in-
Burley Dendy. Mr. and Mrs Mass,
Boyd Cohernour, Mrs. Alma Box- o law and daughter. Mr. and t.ll'Io
l- see, Hugh Taylor, Clayton Hentsy Frank Stalling of South Miami
Mr. and Mri S. L. Casper have Mrs. W. U. Moore ot Battle and Grover Becker.Mr. Mn. C. L Robinson .t Jackson over the weekend.Mr. .
returned to their home in Kansas I Creek, Mich., arrived in Redland ville spent tbe'w k-tnd visiting
City, Mo., after visiting Mrs Casper yesterday to visit her son and her uncle and< WVDr. and Mrs ,
and Mrs. bon"!! Sullivan,
and Mrs. Ceo. Hardin
an '
's brother-in-law and litter,, daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs E. S. S. Shislds. TT7'Mr
Miss Mosely\ Sever and Miss Irctta
nounce the arrival of a six and
a
J. Moore of Bauer drive. Mrs
Dr. and Mri. J. A. Smith, for several
half pound son, Roger Wesley, at Bethel of Miami and her mother
month Moore was accompanied by her the Kendall hospital on March 29. and Mrs. Mel 0** Smith of spent the week-end in Key West .),
son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and
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were toMirdny visitors I
Mrs R. E..McDanlel returned to: Mrs. E. C. Rockafellow of Chicago' I at the home of Cr and Mrs.I Richard Mattson of South Miami '
her home In Dublin, Ga, Tuesday Dr. W. L. Vercoe will leave on a S. Shields. spent Tuesday In Florida City. -+
after visiting her ion and daugh- Jack Turner, a student at Stet- Friday for Deadwood, S. D. "

ter-in-law, Mr. and Mri H. P son University, arrived Tuesday to "....'"" .. .".".."""" ."..""....."."""", ...."..."........"".", "'' ')
:McDanleL spend the holidays with his par- Wm. Chandler left this week
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Q Turner for his home in Georgia
Word has been received here .
that Carlton Marsh, a ion of Mr. Recent visitors of Mrs. M Sil- 90 Days to Pay '

and Mn. C. C. Marsh, will be stationed Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Dimond verman were her nephew and tg
In China for the next three moved to Tampa Tuesday. niece, Mr. and Mrs I. L. Silver-
years. Mr. Marsh who has been man of Evansville, Ind., who had
In the navy for the past seven 'Mr. and Mrs F. E. Watson of spent a short time in Miami Beach For Your Tires } Ii IiI
years, was stationed In Long Canal Point and children Jimmyand and Key West Other recent visitors -
Beach, CaL Floy, Jr, spent the weekendin at her home were her sister,
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Homestead. Mrs. S. Schycon of New Haven,
Mrs B. D. McGarrah of DcLand Conn., and her son and daugh r-
a former resident of Homestead Is in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Sil- and absolutelyNo
Mrs B. H Edwards had as
visiting friends here after visitingher verman of Miami Beach l
a week-end guest Mrs J. T. Kyle
son and daughter-in-law Mr.
of Miami. Mr and Mrs. J. Wilson
and Mrs Edwin McGarrah, In Key Edwards of Miami spent Friday Mrs F. A. Evans of Kansas City Carrying Charges i
West. Mrs. McGarrah returned will leave
Friday after a one-
with her, and Mrs. L. B. Sommers L --
from Key West Saturday with her and daughter visited at her homo I week visit with her sister, Miss I
son, Milton, who Is on leave from Saturday. Annabell Lochrle. Mrs. Evans ,
the naval base at Pensacola, and was accompanied by Mr. and Mrs
I I COME IN AND LET US TELL 1
R. E. Sherard who had spent a L. C. Owen and son

day In the Island City. son William of Islamorada Kopp and left Jack ; YOU ABOUT THIS REMARKABLE f
Atkin-I I Roger Snow Brandford, Conn., !
Splndale, N. C., to visit
Archer Smith, a senior at the
Is his
kinson's parents. visiting parents, Mr. and OFFER. THERE IS NO I
University of Florida spent the Mrs. David Snow.
week-end In Homestead.Joe "CATCH" TO
IT. !
Eugene Williams of TavernierIs I Mrs John Zeller and Captainand .
Hickson, Jr., a student at in the Post Graduate hospital Mrs. E. Baum left Wednesday I
Alabama Polytechnic Institute in for medical treatment. for Guttensburg, N. J, ajer( a
Auburn. Ala., will arrive today to stay of several weeks at their
spend the holidays with his parents Mrs Jesse L. Ally of Tavernieris I home on Broadway. Smith's Service Station t

Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Hickson. in the Post Graduate hospitalfor
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Stiles and
treatment of a broken bone in
I Mr. and Mrs : GULF PRODUCTSN. 3
Desmond
Hubert Smith underwent an appendicitis her left foot The injury was Ralph left
operation in University I Wednesday for North Haven, Conn.
caused by a fall yi the Ally boat
hospital Monday. In Tavernier. I I Krome at 6th St. Phone 519-M\ :
I Mr. and Mrs. Hobart Brockett

Walter Thompson of Redland arrived -'I I Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Jackson who left Monday for Texas where they I I 4

Va., where home he Friday is stationed from Quantico In the,''have months been will living move here to Vero for several Beach' (/IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIi111111111111111111111111111111111111111// / // / / / / / / / / / 1111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111/ / / / 111111111111111111111L/

marine corps, for a twenty-day today.
leave Winfred Owens,who Is also I ,
stationed there, will leave Friday 1| Mr. and Mn. Lloyd Witt will
to visit at his home here. I: leave Sunday for Bedford, Va.
I i i
:Miss Mary Emma Brown left by Mr. and Mn. E. P. Wilson of I
train Wednesday night for Tallahassee Hollywood spent the week-end
where she will be joined by with Mr. and Mrs A J. Campbell -
her niece. Miss Nina Pearl Bush', .I --- ----
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for a visit with Miss Biowna par-| Mrs. Buster Nowcll returned --- ---... If
ents Mr. and Mrs J. R. Brown Thursday to Pahokce after visiting' --- ---
in Edwin, Ala., over the Easter friends here. = =
holidays Miss Bush Is a student I

at Florida State College for I Mr and Mrs J. M. Holding and I
Women. family\ moved to Dnnla Friday ,41
after spending the winter In Home-
Miss Marjorie Moser a student' stead. I I
et Florida Southern College In
Lakeland, arrived yesterday to Mrs J. W. Edwards Is visiting
spend the holidays with her par Mr and Mrs G, F. Edwards in = = 1
ents, Mr. and Mrs Ivan Moser. Palm Beach this week.Concrete = = 1f
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Miss Virginia Frick and Miss,
Iva Dyal arrived home Wednesday
from Stetson University to i
spend the faster holidays with
their parents. They will return

Tuesday. '| I How Would You Like to See Your I, I

Miss Marjory Jones from"Wash*
Ington, D C, I* the guest or Mr.
and Bauer Mrs drive.: Chas.' Camp of East I I Dream of' a Home Come True? I i


Mrs Laura Davis of Leesburg Is r t
Visiting her son-in-law and daughter -
Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Smith. ) fin HERE probably is:' jno reason{TOpy you should not be in a I j jJL

Vernon Turner arrived from Blocks picture like this. The FHA i insured loan can bring it about i E iI

Stetson University Wednesday to Like the

ents spend, Mr.the and holidays Mrs Ceo.with W.his Turner par' I -and ve villto glad to assist you in getting such a loan, which I i

Jr. PyramidsLIFETIME e

you can pay back as easily as you pay rent. Come in and talk
Mr and Mrs. J. L..Hickson haves construction calls (\
a home guest for the holidays for Concrete Blocks. They = = .
Miss Jane Roper of Auburn, Ala I give you the satisfaction of with us about it. :
lasting qualities combined I I
Mr. and Mrs. C R. Craze who'' with beauty There an many
had planned to move to Miami' uses for Concrete Blocks In
have decided to remain here until' your building plans Ask for
June but they are now living with1' details.
Mrs. Crtue's brother-m-law and BROOKER LUMBER CO. r
sister, Mr. and Mrs J. Lee Smotft,1
next door to their former home. j
Rock Co.
Naranja 3 Homestead, Fla. Phone 6'Lz3 S

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Eight THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Friday, April 7. 1939






I . Social Events in South Dade . I




MRS. BUCHANAN ELECTED PRESIDENT MRS. IltTCIIINSON TO BE FRIENDS GIVE MISCELLANEOUS SHOWER
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LEGION AUXILIARY HEAD
OF JUNIOR WOMAN'S CLUB THIRD TIME Mri. A. W, Hutchinson was,f FOR MRS. WM. TAUNTON AT REDIN HOMEd

-- elected president of the American --

For the third consecutive year dues from fifty cents: a year to two Legion Auxiliary at a meeting held *. William Taunton, the for- Gerda Fread, Mrs. Redin, Mri.

Mn. t A. Buchanan was sleeted dollars. AAAAAA Wednesday evening Legion hall. mer Mist Mae Redin, was honored Neely, Mn. Reitz Miss Prlscilla
Woman's It was announced that Mrs. Mrs. Frank Schneider was elected Fread
president of the Junior with a miscellaneous shower Miss Betty Clark Miss Mil-
Club of Homestead at a business old Oxford, Mrs Ansel Barrow Har'l vice-president; Mr. Edward Nor givenat dred Sullivan, Mrs. Clark, M....
meeting Monday evening in theWomao' Mrs. Ovid *ijiv i n will man secretary and 'e.eurl'rIr.; *.I the home of her mother, Mrs. H. Helms and Mn. Taunton.

Club building. Miss Alice hostesses at tfltVloclal pill Fritz Schroeder, historian; Mr.IE.. Redln. Friday evening by Mn.R. Those sending gifts were; Mrs.Mary .
Hobson was elected treasurer for April 17. The time and will I Geo. W. Turner, eerlleantatarm'jand ; S. Clark and Mrs. L. F. Helms. Barbaer, Mn. Annie R. But-

the third year. Other officers be announced later. Mrs. H. H. Ewing, chaplain. The marriage took place In Fort ler, Mrs. W. R. Baits, Mrs. B. L.
elected were: first vice-president,I Others present were: Mrs I The list of Installing officers and Lauderdale on March 17. Left. Mrs. Mack Hardee, Mrs. T. T.
Mrs. Burley Dendy; second vice- James Bird, Mr. W. B. Caves, Jr., the date of installation will be de- Games were enjoyed as well a* Bowen, Mrs. T. B. Grantham, Mrs.
president, Mrs. Bruce Ennis; corresponding Mrs L. B. Danzey Mrs, J. D. Per. cided later, announced the president two contests which were won by Given Victor, Mrs. Evelyn Hatton,
secretary Mrs. Robert kins, Mrs. L. T. Proctor, Mr Her M.... Fred Redd. Mrs W. H. Neely and Mn. Selma Mrs. Pauline Hatton, Mrs. R. E.
Glenn Jr.; recording secretary' bert Turner, Mrs. T. J. Walker, The auxiliary voted to order 500 Reitz Anderson, Mrs. Esther Barnett,
Mrs. Stanley Wittkop; auditor,: Mrs. Robert Walser, Mrs Augustus poppies to be sold on Poppy Day, The gifts were presented to the Mrs. J. C. Vann, Miss Blanche
Mn Ansel Barrow. Mrs. A. M. Wynn, Mrs. C R. Cruze, Mrs. Robert May 27.Mrs. I bride in a green and white basket, Smith, Miss Geraldine Reitz, Miss
Logan was elected sponsor of the Darelng, Mrs Geo. D. Rueshlc, Jake Brooks announcedthat and the floral decorations of the Ann Lee; Miss Irene DuBose,
club I Mrs. Rudolph Mattson, Miss Betty she will be hostess to the Past rooms were green and white. Misses Eva and Julia Sullivan,
It was decided to raise the club!,, Bowen and Miss Ellen Huff.gave Presidents' Parley at her home on. Those present were: Mrs. P.. Miss Doris Mizell and Miss Ovlda
I' May 10.Those. i Yancey, Mrs. Marie Gidlof, Mrs Garrett

MiLK! FSTIIER INGSTOM I readings as the closing num'bir present at the meeting

ENTERTAINS CHURCH GROUP ',, I were1 Mri. LaMar Kendrick, Mrs j MRS. FRED REDD HONORED Tapestry Weaver", Mrs. Davis
Miss E.ther Livingston entertained Announcement was made that W. E. Rheney, Mrs. Wm. J. Ge-i: DY FAST PRESIDENTSMrs. 1> talked on the Navajo Indians, and
the members of the young Mis. W. D. Bishop and Mrs. D. W.' ronlrno/ Mrs. Harold Sheffield, Fred Redd, president of the:, Mrs. W. E. Gaby gave several
people department of the Horno- Shctzline will be hostesses at the|! Mrs Frank B. Rue Mrs. Redd, Mrs. I American Legion Auxiliary, was piano selections.
stead Methodist Church: at an evening next meeting April 17, In the| Ewing, Mri. Norman, Mrs. Schroeder -| the honor guest at a Past Presidents' -{ Others present were: Mrs. J.
of games and contest at her Woman'i Club building. | Mrs. Brooks and Miss Ruth| Parley luncheon Wednesday -' A. Rotheihum, Mrs. L. N. Snell,
home Wednesday evening | Mrs. Ruegg served a refreshmentcourse. Fox. in Miami at the home of Mrs.' Mrs. J. Lawrence Scott and Miss

Sandwiches and punch were Augustus Manning. Others at-j Eva Rotherham.The .
served. i I MET1IODHT W. M. S. tending from Homestead next meeting will be May 3
The guests were: Miss Mary, !MR. AND MRS. IIORVE TO GIVE FISH FRY I Mrs. Edward Norman, Mrs. were// when Mrs. Wright will be hostess.

McNelll, Misses Martha and Edwina -'HONOR GRANDSON The W M. S. of the Homestead, old Sheffield and Mrs.
Close, Misses Helen, Margaret -' Mr, and MM. W. D. Home gave Methodist Church decided at the Rue.A. A demonstration dinner was heldat
and Mildred Field, Miss Antoinette 1 a dinner at their home Sunday in monthly business meeting Tues the home of Mr. Seymour Dane
Moye, Miss Nella Sauls, honor of the sixth birthday of their day afternoon in the church to L. DAVIS IS GIVEN Tuesday evening. Covers were

Miss Jjmle Richards, Miss EffIe' grandson, Jimmy Watson of Canal I sponsor a fish fry on the church BIRTHDAY SURPRISEMrs. laid for: Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Ma-
Booth, bliss Elizabeth Mcllwain,'':'Point, who spent the wt ek-endi grounds next Thursday. The meal l A. D. Smith gave a chicken han, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Ballard,
Mill Helen Livingston, Miss Mary-' here. will begin at 5:30.: I dinner Friday evening as a birthday Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Reely, Mr. and
belle Gibbs, Sparkman Holding,I Covers were laid for: Mr. andMrs.
M.... Dan Williams, president of surprise for her brother, A, L. Mrs. Malcolm, Mr. and Mrs. John
Wm. Blackman Russell Home and children
'Myron Grennell the society Mrs. 3. E. Davis zone Davis of Goulds. Scanellt, Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Car-
and Qulnten Crip Barbara Jean and Buddy; Mr. and leader, and Mrs. Lloyd Field, a Covers were laid for: Mrs. ter, Mn. A W. January, Mrs.
k- I Mrs. Dexter Home and children, representative of the Young Laura Davis of Leesburg, Mr. and Brannen, Mrs. J. H. McGuire, Mrs
KAPPA PHI DELTA Junior and Sherry; Mr. and Mrs. Woman'i Circle, will attend theWoman' Mri. Smith, Miss Martha Butt of J. McCullough, M.... W. M.
HAS BEACH PARTY F. E. Watson and Floy, Jr.I.; ... Missionary Society conference Miami, Barbara Jean Smith and Baker, and Mr and Mrs. Sauls.
Flans for a beach party held Buster Nowell, Miss Elizabeth at Sarasota April 18 to 21,' the honor guest.COMMUNITY .
'Home, Miss Mary Adams, Jack
at the
yesterday were completed ;I It was decided. | The Tuesday Sewing Club met
Jennes and Jimmy Watson and alI
Kappa: Phi Delta Sorority meeting
Mn. Williams CLUB MEETS
Casper gave Tuesday atthe home of Mrs. Harold
Mr. and Mrs. Horne.
Monday evening at the home of.I I ___ talk on "New Realization of Democracy. WITH MRS. SAM J. DAVIS Oxford. Those present were:
Miss Clara Belle Stuart It was ." The Community Club of Redland Mrs.
Ansel Barrow, Mrs. Ovid
MRS. J. II. BHOl'SE WINS I
decided to have an (11-day picnic I WOMAN'S CLUB PRIZE Those present were: Mrs. B. H. met Wednesday afternoon with Sullivan, Mrs. Bruce Ennis, Mrs.
at Miami Beach. |' Mrs. J. H. Shouse won first prizeat Hindman Mrs. J. L. Ballard, Mrs. Mrs. Sam J. Davis. Mrs. Geo.' Robert Darelng Miss Alice Hobson
Those present wereMiss the benefit John Williams, Mn. Molly Win- Wright gave a reading, "The and the hostess.
Claudia Conner, Miss Barbara bridge party on
gate, Mrs. Matilda Williams, Mrs.
Done, Miss Barbara Burke, Miss March 30 at the Woman' club- Vlvan Booth, Mrs. E. S. Caplinger, VTVTV mT'Innv vm V rTTTTTTTTTTTT
house when Mri. A. F. Arthur and
Betty Brown, Miss Mary Grace
Mrs. Bessie Showalter
Mrs. C. D.
English Miss Madge Thompson, Mrs. T. J. Faust were hostesses. Eaker Mrs. J. J. Richards
Mrs. A.
THE
Mrs E. W. Jackson won the cut DIXIE DRUG
Miss Nina Dyal and Miss Stuart.
M. Logan, Mrs. A. S. Moye, Mrs.
Others who attended the beach prize. |'Robert
Glenn Mrs.
Dan
Williams,
i party were: Mrs. E. J. Dyal Mrs Those present were: Mrs. Harry Mrs,
Casper Williams
and
Adrian Jacobs Miss Mary Frances'Arthur D. Wolfe, Mrs. H. K. Foulk, Mrs.i{ Jennie Lobdell. Miss Homestead, Florida
and Misses Jamie and'' E. J Dyal, Mrs Elizabeth Fuchs,
I Betty Richards. I Mr. R. J Elliot, M.... A. W Jones I
Mrs. Henry Johnson, Mrs. Shouse,I

GARDEN CUB MEETS Mrs. Jackson, Mrs. Faust, Mrs. Ar-. PARALYSIS Dr Hall's Bor.ted
: WIT MRS. HENRY RIEGQ thur and Dr. Ira J. Hayne

: Mrs N. G. Ball told the Garden CHURrit GROUP CITES Effectively treatedby BABY ib.29fWhitman \
Club how Cuba make use of the EASTER EGG HUNT I TALC

royal palm, at a meeting held at Forty-two children from the Chiropractic"Start
the home of Mr. and Mr*. Henry cradle roll letting well today" Norris
beginner and primary Vitamin FSilqu*
Ruegg Monday The seeds, she
departments of the First
Baptist and Gales
said, are used for feeding swine Church Hair Tonic !
of Homestead
attendedan Dr. R. J. Elliott %
and the trunks of the trees are Easter
egg hunt given by the I) EASTERCANDIES
used in building houses
department on the lawn of Mr. Keeps neic
Mrs H. F. Potter, bird committee CHIROPRACTOR O
and Mn. I.
G. Oaulfs home.Wed- -Kilp heling /
chairman, said that only nine nesday afternoon Home Bid*. Homestead
of the club members have birdbaths
Ice cream and candy were
and recommended all the served. 50c to $'J.OO 2'lItlliJfJlI/"II,
others to install them. Mrs. Jas.
Fifteen teachers and mothers CASCARA
M. Dobbin told of a crane that
..: went on a hunger strike after it were present 50 Cascade TABLETSw

hId invaded a chicken yard and We Give the [ STATIONERY ..1'...-.-
feasted on chickens. Dependable jfo '
: young
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t M.... R. J. Shepherd, the president ,- 48 shears.laxative.. :Ti. ...." ..0.
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read as an opening number GenuineEUGENE 3 J1 J6 envelopes.
I a poem entitled "Poem of It White. 30 $iztfir taid
Shower." and Mrs. Geo. E. Reed A reel vilue. ". .
Absorbent =-
f .. "..,_..,".._-,-,..".._........"..".. Packl2Ti6MsREXPIRIN
II' I Permanent Cotton
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-GLASSES ... CleutsterileA I
Soft, rolling wave abundant FOR COLDS i
t i* re.l-rell f/p
,.-To Keep I I IPJ.J. I lasting curls that's the pscka t+ '. efcaT ? .

I' Wide.Dnsin.n kind of a permanent you want 25ee.rrttaia.,, All rRCSH MfftCHANDII

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And that1 the kind we giveFor

.. TM eea ". tita s" w6 raw we do genuine Eugene 11- i, IHalibut I SO PWtrksl Have your lunch

I haw altar R lees bees erMftttfo. a waving, with genuine Eugene Liver Oil with us daily.CAPSULES .
PwrnoMol W.... Keoif .
(i handle and look lovely Sachets. Let us "dress" your You'll enjoy our

.t all tlmu We nanmmtni II Jj Beneficial
aaJ labs" Jive to hair for the season, with na-
be banished. Glasses Shelton Thennlqae ff Vitamin A. service.Guaranteed. .
I' straits see CroqulgaoleZILICE'S tural undulations and
hove helped Morsasde bay olssI l Waves I

L.... Many" Tits at.als"ae Ca.s..Ua Ins face-and-neck flatter-I!
Dr. B. F. Stebbins j Watch for idt. They PRESCRIPTIONS Allm

I II Bush's Barber bring news of money* in I by experienced pharnu
Dr. L. W. Stebbins BeAUTY 0. saving opportunities. DRUGS cuts.double-checkinf Accuracy aisurebj <

:: IMS \V Fleeter s&.. MiamiPboM PARLOR & Beauty Parlor
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..Friday:! April 7. 1939 THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Page Ni"II
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PROGRAM ON INTERNATIONAL A covered dish supper was I C Johnstone. T. C. Shackleford
i RELATIONS IS ANNOUNCED I served after the group had visited: Frank Mcllualn. D. R. Snjder ,
A pot-luck dinner meeting of UK absentees and lick. i i I Myron Gionnell Bill McConnell l '
II Social Events JI Homestead D P W C will be held Those present were: Mr. nnd and Dr J E John t.ne.
In Hospitality I House at 8:3D o'clock1) Mri J. T. Venn Mr and Mn Wm.I
ApI'il17 when Dr. Adell Hampton;, McConnell, Mr. and Mrs J. Law-] .
president of the Miami B. P. W. C. fence Scott, Mrs J. R Dorsey, Mrs 'r Dr. Leonard W.rmint lIaskln
will speak on International relations -' Fred Redd, Miss Ellen Vann Miss i aa.tl.ll.lwe in M .._
CROUP IS ENTERTAINED tess to Circle Five at her home and Mrs Lloyd Deitz will),! Annabelle Redd Miss Virginia awe ........
AT NIXON HOME | Monday afternoon. After tht devotionals ting The program Is being planned Hodge. Miss Sybil Cheshire, Miss) 1-.1
LUbura Nixon and John Walton! II short business session by Mrs J. F. Hammett, local Effle Waters Miss Elizabeth Mc- III M. .. ttnf ItMU
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entertained a group cf the younger was held. International relattdns chairman. Ilwain Mia Julia Sullivan Miss ... C Go.taMr._"It ,..MI.._ ANew
.set at the Nixon home Wednesday) The next meeting, it was an- Mrs. Vine Betterley, state. president Ooaldia Grennell, J. Q. Caldwell, .. (:
evening Dancing and games were I j[nounced, will be held at the horn and other Miami and local
enjoyed of Mrs. W. B. Caves, Jr., and Mrs. women will be Invited to be pres- a.............."...................................................................AAAAAAA ::

Sandwiches, cookies and'punch A. A. Bussey and Mrs Caves will ent.At ''
were lerved be the hostesses. i Monday night's meeting or
The guests were: Mill Mary t Those present were Mrs. C. H. 'the club Mrs. A. C. Easton, Mr..'': and Used .(:

,Frances Arthur, Miss Nina Dyal Denby, Mrs. Harry Schauberger, Ben Archer and Mrs. Hammett
Miss Louise Pacetti, Miss Bonnie Mrs. A. E. Campbell, Mrs. James were placed on the nominating! -h 4
Groover, Miss Constance Hunter,i Hudson, Mrs. C. R. Cruze, Mrs. I committee, I """""""" '
Miss Edna Forte, Mm Yvonne Pollard I Gordon Ivey, Mrs. Asque Smith, The club unanimously voted to APEX and EASY :
!I Mrs. Alex Lanier, Mrs J. Lee send a letter to each of the coun.
Miss Sybil Cheshire, Miss Lucille ;
West, MISS Nina Bullard Miss I Smith, Mrs. E. L. Lawrence, Mrs. ty's representatives at Tallahassee' Washing Machines 1
Claudia Conner Miss Kathleen' C. E. Slanton Mrs. Caves, Mis I urging the support of the legislative -
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Bussey and Mrs Bishop program of the Florida Education -;
Freeman, Muses Annette and $20 j
Jeanette Campbell Edw. Pacetti, I I I Association and the Continuing -, up
: Council after Mrs. Archer
Clinton Bishop, Martin Bishop, Mrs. A. F. Arthur, Mrs. Paul "i
Roy Martin, Rex Faust, Harvey Haley, Mrs. A. F. Darling Mrs. education chairman, had outlined APEX !''j!
main of the The
Rue, Trultt I Bullard, Quln Warren i'i E. Trotter, Mrs. J. M. R'I I points program
Florida Federation of Business and
Billy Walton Herbert Harris,)1 Mrs Frank Irwin and Mrs B. Electric Refrigerators
Women Clubs
Is
Professional
one
Noah Peterson, James Forte, Bob Gatlm attended a training course
of the In
organizations represented
Cassube and Charles Little. I for officers of the Woman Auxiliary -
the Educational Coun.
Continuing
of the Presbyterian ChurchIn cil. | $90 up1l0WARU
CIRCLES STUDY II the Shenandoah Presbyterian
MISSION BOOK Church Wednesday. I t1
MRS. CHAMBERS HOSTESS
"Helping: Others to BecomeChristians I "... ".. ""... ""...."......"uo..uo.. TO YOUNG MARRIED CLASS .
1
a mission book, occupied '
the attention of W. M. U The Calendar Mrs. Stella Chambers was hostess Radios $30 up ;

Circle One Wednesday afternoonat I uo""'""..,,' ,, '''' ,. ,,,,,,','',,,...,,,''''' to the Young Married Class of I
the Nazarene Church of which sheIs
a meeting at the home of Mrs: Apr. 7.-Meeting of Ad Astra the teacher at her home last 6 FT. KEROSENEElectrolux !
L.: A. Wise. Mrs. W. L. Rosamonddirected '
Chapter of O. E. S.
Friday evening
the study. I I Apr. 9.-Meeting of Townsend The evening was spent playing' Refrigerator i
Others present were: Mrs. Jen-, Club in Neva King Cooper auditorium games and contests Refreshmentsof
nie Smith, Mrs. W. B. Myrick, Mrs.I at 2:30.: punch and coke were served. Slightly Used j
Frank Irwin Mrs M H
Usher Apr. 10.-Meeting of Monday Those present were: Mr. and
Mrs J H: Scott will be hostessat Music Club at home of Mrs. J. D. Mrs. Clyde Parker, Mr. and Mm $175 I II
the May meeting I: Redd. :,: Corbet Smith, Mr. and Mrs Ulric II
Mrs. Henry Olsen was hostess to I Apr. 11.-Meeting of Woman's Free, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lance' I
Circle Two at her home Tuesday i i 1 i Club of Homestead. I'1 I Mrs. Leroy Chambers, Milfred Lee Make own terms
afternoon. After the business,, Apr. 12W. M. U. meeting I Ii I I and the hostess. j your
session a social hour was enjoyed. Apr. 13.-Woman's Club benefit
I I i I I
Those present were: Mrs J.I bridge at 2:30: p. m. BAPTIST WORKERS S. L. KendrickOWNER
C. Vann, Mrs. L. T. Proctor, Mrs I]I Apr. 14H. H. S. senior play. RECEIVE REPORTS
L. B. Danzey, Mrs. Gerda Fread'meet-ing : At the Baptist Workers' Coun-
Mrs T. E. Kirby, Mrs. Emma'I, at 8 p. m. I oil meeting Monday evening In the
Wright, Mrs. E. L. Lawrence, Mrs. Apr. 14.-Episcopal Auxiliary. Sunday school building, reports of
J. R. Chambllss, .Mrs. Ora Frazeur I'I meeting with Mrs. Edward SUling i the various departments were Odd Fellows Bide Thane 41 HomMtoMl, Fhyour >. .
and Mrs. Olsen. 15. Dance at h I. ..,, ,,.... ,
Apr. Country given
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An all-day meeting was held by]1 I I Club sponsored by Triple H Club'
Circle Three at the home of Mrs'I I!' Apr. 17-Meeting of Garden 1 i=IIIIJIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII 11111111111111111111111111111111111111IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII{ 11I
S. L. West Tuesday for study of Club In Woman's Club building I Ii
the book, 'Helping Others to Be-1 I i Apr. 17.-Pot-luck meeting of I
come Christians." under the direction Homestead B. P. W. C. in Hospitality 1
of Mrs Rosamond. |I House at 6:30 p. m.
A covered dish luncheon was I Apr. 17.-Social meeting of Jun- l I
served. ior Woman Club.
Those present were: Mrs. S. A.I i I Apr 20.-Glee club and band,.
:King/ Mrs. J. R. Pope, Mrs H.I: concert ':
Collier, Mrs. J. J. West, Mrs. Apr. 21.-Meeting of Redland I
mond and the hostess. Home Demonstration.Club at 1:30.1: '
At the meeting of Circle Four Apr 21.-Meeting of Homestead j 1
Wednesday afternoon at the home I, P T A I I ill I Ir
of Mrs. Catherine Pickard and, Apr. 28.-Episcopal Church'
Mrs T D Piche,a letter from Mil-I i benefit fish fry at Lee H Lehman,
tier Brittlan, a missionary to China,1was home. I r 5 I
read by Mrs. A. J. Van Marter.! Apr. 21.-R. H. S. Junior play ,
Mrs. Julia Polk read a letter from Apr. 24.-Meeting of Jennie I ILobdeU I }'
a missionary In Japan Poems, Circle with Mr. BruceEnnis. ,:-
were read by Mrs Ollie Howard,'' I
Mrs. S. H. Fitch: and Mrs. T. C., Apr. 27.-Home Demonstration|1:= 1
Shackleford. | Club Achievement Dny exhibit lit|I .
The next meeting will be at the Central School Miami. ,
home of Mrs. Howard. I Apr. 27.-Meeting of Dorcas j)
Mrs. Laban Bishop, Jr.. was hos- Class with Mrs. W. E. Lewis II I I home j

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HighLightsWRITTEN II ,TTallahassee;.9,11e Laid -at College- Homecoming-



HICK JOURNALISM CLUB April 6. Official members will be heard In lecturesand

i I BT MEMBERS OF THE BARBARA HOMESTEAD BURKE JUNIOR Editor I program for the third annual I discussions on current topics

I ;. __ __ __ .__ p __ - alumnae college homecoming I ranging from the International sit.
planned April 14, 15 and 16 at uatlon to community planning.

( ,( "Talkies" Are Ordered I I, STAGE SITE REPLANTED I II ) Girls Teams to StartDiamondball Florida State College for Women I Speaker for the cornerstone lay.

at the high, I I> was announced by Miss Mary Settle -I
Class The outdoor stage Practice! Ing which will take place at 3:30:

! For All School I school is being replanted by the i of Tallahassee general chair! p. m, April 15, will be Harold C,

i I, -hove been made:: vocational agriculture classes The I Dlamomlball: practice will start man. Hlppler of EuHtls, past Interna

I Arrangements 26 teachers of the grass and shrubbery are being' soon for the girls Two teams, one'I Features of the alumnae college tional vice president of Kiwanis
the
of
for IMmosteadschools all to supplementtheir I watered and fertilized. The rock, from Junior high and one from this year will be .the cornerstone International. Mrs Howard

of visual edu- which form the steps and outside senior high are to be formed. I laying of the new $150,000 student Gamble of Eustls now president of

work by means of the stage are being taken out The senior track team did very alumnae building now under construction the alumnae association, will Introduce -

cutlon. Each Instructor has the and replaced In straight formation.I well last week in the Miami mee .1 and the annual business him. Mrs. Frank D. Moor
two
of Erpl
privilege choosing | i The eighthgrade agriculture Elenore Sullivan jumped four feet meeting and election of officer of Tallahassee, building chairman,
films for woe during the last quarter I
of the school year and there boys have finished the book, "The I one inch while the highest jump In the alumnae association.The will preside

will be eight other film for the Green Hand" a story of s boy whoa was four feet four inches alumnae college will be Seven class reunions are planned

whole school In addition, any 'was interested in agriculture, and The girls' physical education open with registration from :2 to during the alumnae college Theseare

teacher may use the films chosen through this Influence was able to I classes are having a tournament 630: p. m. Friday April 14, at the classes of 1800, 1114, 1.19.

by other teacheri. make a success in life. in badminton. Games between Bryan hall and will continue 1924 1929, 1834 and 1937.

These films are being furnishedby the different grades are to be ar- through 10 a, m. Sunday, April .16.

the Homestead P. T. A. which Seventh Grade Studies ranged. when devotional services are plan- American Boy .Magazine
:
ned with President Edward Con-
last year bought a Filmosound projector Amelia Earhart's Lift .
for the ichool. PROGRAM VARIES radi of the college as speaker. Companion to Thwmmdir-

Visual education teaching by The pupils of Miss Williams Both the Junior and senior high Students of the college will appear -
education In musical and In dance numbers Hundreds of thousands of boys
of it school girls' physical
means moving pictures- a seventh grade English class are
new and valuable activity In the reading the life of Amelia Ear- classes have a weekly routine arranged at the homecoming program and young men read THE AMERI.
which represents a kind of "bad CAN BOY Magazine every month
field of education. hart This story was written by by Mrs Margaret Maynard,
Instructor. to school" movement Faculty and consider It more as a living
her husband. The students are
This is: Monday, folk companion than as a magazine
Junior Netters to Play taking a great Interest In biographies program
of famous people.The rhythms; Tuesday diamondball; L. Vann candidates for bachelor "It's as much buddy to me as

Final at Miami Bead Wednesday, badminton; Thursday, I of science degrees.Of my neighborhood Chu rty" writes

class has Just finished reading folk rhythms; Friday, tennis the 328 to be graduated s total one high school senlof. "THE
Saturday the Homestead junior the story, "Ferdinand, the candidates for the bachelor'
of 266 are AMERICAN BOY seems to understand -
tennis I team will play its last gameof 1 Bull" and the pupils found It sc I degree, fifty-six for the two- a boy's problems and considers -

the station at Miami Beach. Interesting they are making it Into STATE COLLEGETO rear teacher's diploma and one them In such a sympatheticand

At the request of Miss Marion I a abort skit for the master's degree. A certificate helpful way It gives advice

Wood, Miami Beach recreational 1 I The art classes ore making In organ three In piano two and entertaining reading on every

director. Bill Rice, professional masks of Ferdinand and other GRADUATE 3 In violin and one In voice also will subject In which a young fellow is

tennis! coach will give the ftome' I characters, for the actors In the be granted. Interested It Is particularly help

Mead girls free Instruction after play. Speaker at the commencement ful In sport I made our school

the matches I .:"" .."""""""." ..", ,,,,,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,... LOCALSTJJDENTSTallahassee exercises will be Dr. Francis P.I basketball team because of playing:
Last Saturday Miss Wood Intrurtcd I Gaines, Lexington Va., president' tips I read in THE AMERICAN

the Homestead girls and I Homestead Girl Scouts April 6. -- Three of Washington and Lee University. BOY"

supplied courts for practice. The I I By Ardt-1 Parisian young women from Homestead i i The cnndldate *are from 103 Many famous athletes in all

courts mado of cloy were excellent -: will be the 328 candidate Florida cities as well as from Alabama -'I credit much of their
""""' ''''''''' '' '' '''''''''''''''''I among ; I sports successto
and the girls considered It I Plans for the week-end camping for degrees and certificates at thiwentyslxth Georgia, North Carolina and helpful suggestions received

quit a privilege to have this Instruct I trip held at Greynolds Park In annual commence-I New York. from sports articles carried in THE

". Ion.Future. I Djus were made at the Girl Scout I II ment exercises May 29 at Florida AMERICAN BOY Magazine. Vir-
State College for Women. I Appllritlon No 127 I tually every issue offers advice
afternoon at the
j meeting Tuesday NOTII r OK PAIR; HV TAX
Farmers Show I home of Mrs Frank Skill. The 1, The three are Miss Jewel Richardson CFRTIFKATF* I from a famous coach or player.
Turner candidate for bachelor -I Notlro I. h..bl.1.... that Edd Terry Football, basketball track tennis
Good Form on Diamond girls left Thursday morning and h.. filed with me written rmunt. that the ,
will return Saturday afternoon. A of art degree and Miss Louie I tax mrtiflrolo. together with oil >uhw. <|.... In fact every major sport U covered -
Long Fitzpatrick and Miss Alta omitted or I ..loci Um Including the I In fiction and fact articles
The Homestead Future. Farmer senior patrol from Jacksonville I Fear lull held by the state bo advertised
dlumondball team, fresh from victories will camp with us. Some of the and ."111 lo. the highest bidder far cash Teachers, librarians; parents and
I MOTH E OF APPLICATION FOR
provided by Chapter 11)2118. of the 1'S7 Act.of
loaders of
clubs also
over Redland and Fort Lau- money made from the cookie sale' TAX um File signs the Lrxlilnliirr, upon the following doorrlbod boys recommend -
Notion I. hrnbr given that Mary E. "rrol ifiato In the of lid.I THE AMERICAN BOY enthusiastically -
derdale F. F teams will the be used. County
play will ,I ..'..h..., holder .. ..,.... of City .r stag uf Florida. ......Ito
I .
J li Butts chapter of Miami here The senior patrol worked on the Miami Tae l.rtlflr.1. Nnnib>.... SiWSl, Lot to Ida Logan Sub. Th. team to They have found
Tuesday. The' first two dated the led day of Junt. A. D. IP2P, hu mid are evidenced. by tortlflrit. No. Mill' that as a general rule readers ot
gameiw library. filed said Ivrtin.-.t. In ofriro. and kmn.,1. ..
,: my of lUll and represents totoi for the THE AMERICAN
BOY advance
*e fast and furious. I .ipll.tln for tua dm to l issuethere.
.
I
lull to lUSt. both Inclusive amounting
The team will take part in the I Last Saturday the senior patrol ... In .ecord.nee with low Bald C.r. sun is.Lot. 1"1 more rapidly and develop more
pent the day at Miami Beach. Ifliou embraces the following described.pr.g.rte (0 W D Hurn.'i Sub The taxes : worthwhile characteristics than da
Sub-dutrtct tournament in Miami. situated In Did. C..nll1..101.*. be Mid are rvldrnrrd I by certificate NoIU1 .1
------- I Mrs Skill acted ns hostess since t..it: of IDSi nf represents ..... fur the boys who do not read It
it was her birthday. Lot Ivan a. ft. B Spa.ddlnr't 1911 IDS9 both lnilu.lv.. omount-
to
:: i.tSII ; : years Trained writers and artists fam-
I
STUDENTS HEAR PASTOR Cub. C. ,.. t I. ; paste lot. In Ins toSUHl.
i City .r MI..I. County of D.d-. state coaches and athletes explorers
E. .0' Loin II mil 11 Nelson odilltlnn ous ,
The student
had the
body pl..asUl'e Flu'ld. The taxes to b. odd are evidenced by C.r.tirirolo scientists and men successful In
o( hearing Dr. J. E. John- EXPERT RADIOREPAIRING I'h. assessment of said property" under N". IM. of Ion end Kprawnu
('...Irt.... Issued was In she name ol taxes for the years last to 1989, both Inel..I. business and Industry Join with
slime, pastor of the First Baptist .
be
Unlru new ionlflnto shell ... amounting to |M to. an experienced staff to produce In
CHurch( last Friday. George I redeemed according I 'i'611d, tax 'l-II.willissue WH Lot II Nelson iridltlon The taxes
Head led tile student In th.rou on the of ADoted to be sold oro ovldi...... by Certificate No. THE AMERICAN BOY the sort of
group D. "'0. I5B nf mi and represents taxes for the reading matter boys like best.
singing, The speaker talked on service all I this find 4r. of Mitrh A. D. lilt years l.ll to lass, both inclusive, ..mountIn
Prompt on 11:. b LFATHLKMAN: to 141 IS THE AMERICAN BOY sells on
"llnding Your Way In Life
I Clerk or Circuit Court lad SS MrCloln'l Sub. Th. taxes to be
most newsstands at ISc a
Recognition was given to thegirls' makes specializing on Dade. County Florida.Clraull lold in widened by Cnrtlflroui No S1IS copy.
Court oWli of Ivll and rrproionto taxes for the years Subscription prices'are $1.50 for
tennis and
track teams. automobile radios I By N. c. STERnrrr i>. c. t SO w ItlSi, birth lni-lu.lv.. amounting one year of $3.00 for three years.
11'.'. it. H| Apr 1. It, '1. Hl> 6..44. :1
I 1.01 to '. Sub. The Woo lo Foreign rates 30c a year extra. To
Truth la Advertising Dodd I Rl: 1 sold iro ovldoocod by Corllflooto No. 144' subscribe simply send your name,
L. C.
"What It an advertisement" NOTICE IS GIVEN: that the of 191' end represents ... for too Yom,
remaining, OM.IO. .. per I..... of tho BANK ltl a to IMS, both Indudv., MKnothiii to address _and remittance direct to
"An advertisement Is the pictureof Flower Bldg. liP HOMESTEAD 'NKW end BANK OFHOME81.tAU Sll..". I THE 'AMERICAN: BOY, 7430 Sec
a pretty girl eating, wearing I "OLD." will b. offered for Lot tt ....clal.'. ..... The taxes lo be
nomMII!". Florida mI..t. public ouUry u the hlihoit andbest Kid oro ovtdtnrod by Cortlflrolo No SIS4' oad. Blvd.r Detroit Michigan.
holding or driving something that bidder for coh ot the Sooth Door ofthe of IDS and nprownto u,.. for too yoon
somebody wants to sell"-Ex. t Dodo Oountr Court R_. Mloml FI or19x0 to ISS both odds,... ._..tI.* lo NOTICE or APPLICATION FOR TAX
A..II...... No <1.. .Id.. between the hour of ton ud twelve /e..". DEED. Pile S1I4SNotlro
NO' 'll"IIOP-I'Ai.. Or TAX clock o. .... oo gATURDAY. April It.IM Lot I Block 9 Fend'. addition to Howvv .. hereby given that Fred llbon
LEGAL NOTICESIN CERTIFICATES: I .. The Mid MOHO of rah bonk will koffmd .trod. The game to be cold are wide*"* holder of Santa and County Tom CortlftrotoNumbrrod /
Notlro h hereby olroo tint Stewart I... for ulo oo a whol The ioraoofukldd.n by Certificate No. MM of Itsa and mmotnta i(.l.. rioted the 7th day of
THIS rmri'ir COURT or THR IITR .m and Blooms J....... his .".. hot tied will be required to deposit 10 par team for the yeas Illl W I'U, both Aoo..'. A. D. IMS. has filed old .rtlfl.
JI'KUIAI. CIRCUIT' IN AND FOR with no wrltMi ...._ that the Ui Mr.lifloouo root of Mir bid with Our Liquidator In the. nclu.lv. omouotlni to 1.01. ... In wif of,..., end has dodo application
10AilII OI1I11TY. rLORIDA. IN CN together with .11 iuo. qu.nl omit.tod form of cuk. ......'. ekotk or book drot Lot S Block t rrood oddHkM to Horn. for tax deed to header theme In >......s.
.ItIlY. iii.! ....I. or levied Wes Inrludlni the Fee IM. >...*.... ,. the part_,. of the kU _40 Tho team to bo sold oro o.Hoor.ky none with loot Sold Certificate embraces
THOMAS GREEN: FlolnU'f.ANNAHKI. held by the state be ado rued end old tl the molndor to bo paid upon doll.Id -.,. Certificate' No. lull of ItSS and NpnMM. the following arwrlhrd Bnvorty, situated
the highest bidder for ...h u provided bl .. awe will oo rid without warranty, saxes for the yours 1MI to IMt, hotIncluoln. In Dodo Ctutntp. ttortdo. ga.wit t
MtKFK. rvf.nd.ntORRKR Chapter inn, .r the 11ST Ac" ol th.Uohloluro and without .--. amounting la. MS.... Lot It. Midway, o ......... Plot Book ..
f. Of PUBLICATION upon the folio described All bide VIII ko involved. oobjoot to thopprooolof Lot S Block S ,....o addition to ROOMtood. p'nrfdn.tilt U tko Coootr of 0... SUM ot
Tot ANNABIIL: GREEN: R..w._ Up.IT Ml mow I In the County of D.*., state ol the Honorable 1. H '-. Cootp The imam to be mid oro ortdooo. i 11
b.....' Florida. to>wlti traitor. ot the ..... of Klorldo, and also ky Certificate No ISO of IMS and ropnoiote Tko ooMoowa. of o>M property oodorthororUlloMo
[ W ORDERED that file your opooorooro LotI Blk M Hloboh Orllln.1. plot' .b_ to oontlroi.tloo k. too HooorohlJudn team for the ,.. ItSl to Its, bulb leaned woo I. the name of
.. Map I... IMt to tko Bill WOwpOolM took .. oon TT. The want to bo odd .novMnoro of the Circuit Court. oJorUdlrtloi oooipoun ...1..1... ooMontlni la 541.56. u_
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for Dlvonv lo the ibooo styled by Certificate Ho. toll of I Ml I Tho LJq. Sim Sold sun omlflrotoi ant or" wttk .n! Unless, ool* CmlrVoorohoM OOTTOMM4oorordlnj
........ Otherwise oMroo pro ooofoM will .ndl>._... u for the Serum Itll bMl right to nines mow and oil oM>. subsequent emitted or lr..... team w.ll be ..I... ton dud wilt bar thon-
1/ r ."?....* ...ta>, Th. HMOMOO.I'ooW.Rotororiw I ( both liwlu.lv. uMHMtln M III 41. A'''' of tbo oootu of oork bank lo 01.. "W .. ho Ioia_ kuu.r-o too Count o. .. saw 1911k day .' ".*. D. I.... i
," lo ..I........ o. tIM Mid Ul *ntlftooM together with all file with tko Clork of tho Circuit Court o. Now lo Mloml. oo too tall day of April Deed this Mh .... of AnrH A D. IMS.E ..
) -..- ,. wktakthh ender .h.ll W pub.' subsequent OHittmlor Io<.... U 0" will o. the Dodo County Cost H_ ...-. rtorkta. ills. koctaolow .. tko-koarojC-, ..saloona. B. UIATHBRIIAN.
MM the hartw.1 oUdVr .. tko CourtHonoo and o IM of the OOMO of oock boob .. tht < IkO
liked OOM a work fi four --n..mM to 01 or 00 are M tOt 00. same Clerk of e...... Coort
In .....1. .. the ib day AI ... ko woo ot tko drift of tho U. easy be .acid I. ___- Ooa.", Floras
f. dovwbe."is the ... *f II...... A D. 1911. I I.". knlmiliw M Iko hour ol I* .A"'II'I . IMo
St. a. LCATHKRNAN: M .> or o> MM thereafter M tko rhwoto. Both of thooo ororoiloklo day of .."'... '. NY N. C. a7Eaa5TT. D. C.
.' assets of ClrooM floor M*. mn k* __ to des __ for ioooonkm or pnopootlM ... IPH.. LIBATEIISlAik NAart'I 1II, IIr_ .. awl. .
r .ntea..&,. _, weed Miami r1orw4t this. '". tied 'bo'na.A.
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ICINd Cwr5 Basil asp d later'IL 11'K';: l FAtldatClnal
RANK or u..
D. LRATNERMAN.Clerk Cast limit -
OF r J. GOVJ. D-9MF cw. ..
RANK' or HOMESTEAD 01.0" '
: sheaf Curt.INsI. as JIItf PUNY*. DC Q
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.. CARE_a_OARR for Plal.tlff.c. r-n.,. Pisa.CInalt I Ir A. 0. VIAtH.: Lt._,". Aont.lMor.lt. Publish ..... 24. 11: A.... t. '
c.... n. 24. aft '.'IN'I ( Cent seal/ .1 ; Apr. ,. IM' ;Ti Cale
D. pical
14a nee. FtNNO. C. '
f Fabler II... 11 : Am 1. : \l ,
Be..r. that year from sr. si
.-- I I & food as year brakew- IWT* them,

DR.R.S.AKERSDENTIST DRM.A.BERGERDentist Dr.A.T.KnowlesVETERINARIAN Mated at leut ones neb *CSB,I I I I HOMESTEAD.PLOVDA- .


DR. F. P. ARCHER i Regular dinner ...,., 50c

OflceBeen:1A.SIL906P.a. Consulting Optometrist i Hate lunch .". 35e
Office Raw Doeplta1-

Saadart f to IS First National Dank m W. Flatter St, Miami fla Mir Rath StcHsal! Bad Mrs.

addled Satuirdays 1936 N. W. 17th Avenue Ftorcnr K.erea.lo, I'retIe.

Btilding true ...".-.- CnoadGI..o
Free Parking Space MUml. Florida aapdnN '

ITI, rr4 w. SITU BT. MIAMi Office Hours 8:36-1.30 ZN-w of The _. Imitate
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, Friday April 7,1939 THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Page Eleven!


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Itcrh Churches'l\\ GROVE TIIEATITEOOOONDT I! :,CLASSIFIEDADS ona'I iRATE r'I'II



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BAPTIST CHURCH METHODIST EPISCOPAL Matinee Saturday and Sunday

Hom"leld-Dr. J. E. Johnstone, I Florida City Community Church j ZOo to 4p.So. 'j'jI
ONE DENTING Fig 4020 four- Inch
FOR RENT
pastor Sunday school at 9.4S a -the Rev. C. O Nelson, pastor | Shows 7 and 9 p. m.i Adm. *5s i I centrifugal pump mounted on

\. Preaching at 11 a. m and 7:30p. : Church school at ID a. m.; preaching FOR RENT
I Furnished 2bed.room -I adjustable steel base with Stover
m.; B. Y. P. U. It 6:30: p. m. at 7:30: p. m. Midweek prayers
: Sun, Mon, Tues., house all electric hot 8 h. p. kerosene burning engine<< ::1
Prayer services Wednesday at 7:30:: and Bible study Wednesday at water Also furnished I 1
I 730: Apr. 9, 10, 11 apartment 4 v-belt drive. Capacity 3M
p m. Both clean cool and comfortable I g. p, minute at' 30-foot head.
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Gould The U IrV. Noah Peterson i I Redland Community Churchthe ALICE FAY ReMonnbla' yearly or I I Weight 800 bT Is an exactduplicate

pastor Sunday school at 10 Rev C G. Nelson, paitor CONSTANCE BENNETT i monthly rent for ""both Mr i of the pumping unit

I. m.; preaching at 11 a. m. and I Church school at 10, breathing at. NANCY KELLY Eva Collins Federal Highwayand being used at the Experiment\

7:30: p. m; B. Y. P. U. at fl:30 p. m. 11 Epworth League at 6:31.* Mid Biscayne drfv' (m31) !1 Station I on Waldin drive Sllghi-

Prayer service at 7:30: p. m Wednesday week prayers and Bible study In"TAILSl'IN" : GOOD. cool roomy apt. for rent.|I ly used but In A-l guaranteed
Thursday at 7:30. condition. For quick sale fori
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I I Private bath reasonable rate I "1''
cash .00.
$12 Magrudor Pump ,
CATHOLIC PRESBYTERIANHomesteadproms : Ask at Western Union (ml7U I and Supply Co, Coconut Grove


Chinch of the Sacred HeirtS avenue at I \\ed. Thun, Apr. It, 1} II DOWNSTAIRS furnished apartment -i i Fla. (n>17tt)

E Second avenue, Homestead; N. 16th street Bible school at 10a Year round tenant preferable I ;

the Rev, James Cloonan, pastor, m?; preaching at 11 a. m Young JOHN CARROLLIn I Mri Alex Lanier. FOR SALE 3-burner, Westinghouse -

Sunday mass at 9 a. m,; week day I people meeting at 7:30: p. m. i I. (Pa7) I automatic range \oven And II

mats at 7:45 dally Sunday school i I shelf good condition, $6,50, M\"I.\

i Apr. 8.Sennon by the Rev. FOR RENT-Furnished bungalow Eva Collins, Federal, Highway I
Sunday following 9 clock mast "I AM A CRIMINAL"Fri
Communion for women the first 1 Gro. E. DeueLLEC.AL !, with fireplace. hot water new I and Biscayne drive. mil) ;

Sunday of month; for men and ]! 'I i electric refrigerator and itove. tort SA"! Tropical piahti; citrus I
NOTICES ., SaL Apr. 14, 15 1
Fruit trees In
yard. Inquire
boys, the second Sunday of month. : !I' trees and tropics fruit in '

Holy hour Thursday before first NOTICE PETER LORRE i i i Leader-Enterprise season Jungle Grovel Redland

Friday of month at 7:45 p. m. Mass NOTICE I* HEREBY GIVEN that the, la i I I road and Plummetdrive..
first Friday at 7:30: a. m. .Bene Mnuilolng a_.. .. per Hit. of THE CIT FOR SALE I II
ZENS BANK OF HOMESTEAD, will I b. .")JR. MOTO'S LASTR'ARNING"
diction of the Blessed Sacrament offered fog ants at public outcry to the] : MISCELLANEOUSHOME
FOR |
after massCHRISTIAN. I likeliest and .beat bidder for rash at Uw DESIRABLE homciltei or
South door ot the Dade County Court H me. i I I wise Investments I can offer I 1 }
Hunt, Florida, between the hour of 1 laundry Mrs Jernlgan,
SCIENCE: : CHDIIOHFlsrida ten .
and twelve clock a in Saturday. April I ,.. .. .. .. ..'I''I''I''I''I''I'nTYTY1'' Redland District tracts which
''d 620 S. Krome Ave.
Cltj-BroMvMjr in lost._ The amid gueta will b. offered for1 :I speak for themselves. I Invite j
aa a whole The successful bidder will NOTICE OF BALK OF TAX fEKTIHtATKS .
Sixth street Sunday school ...tMS I be required to deposit lo, of hU hU with'!' Application N*. 4IMNolle. i i your inquiries Eleanor Fros- WANTEDDONATIONS ;

: L m. for pupils under 20 runs this Liquidator I. th. form of ra.h. ...hire.I M hereby given that (. H. Pilot,,, cher, Epmore drive Phone 3521.
eheok or 'bank draft, guaranteeing' the pen, has filed with ... written request that this, '
of age; morning service at 11 tormanet of the bid. the remainder to he I Ml certificate together with all auhecqnenl I I (m31tl) WANTED-Frames

clock. Wednesday evening xer- paid upon dellnrw Bald assets will be wld omitted or levied taxes Including the year for glasses for children and !
without warranty and without remunw' 1989 hold by the State be .d........ and I FOR SALE-Here are three par-
vices which Include testimonial All bid will h. received auhject lo th.1' gold to the highest bidder t..e rash M n_- I cels below value A two- I adults. Also baby bed. Mrs f
ef healing and experience and remarks approval of the Honorable J. ... Lee. Comp.I .Idod by Chapter IHiM of the KIT Am of I away : Jane Nesbitt.TUTORING .
trailer of th. State of r lor III.. and aim aub.ert .'the LoaI.I...... upon the following dam, story house with 12 rooms. ,
Christian Science 6 p. ( to confirmation tr the Honorable Judge scribed Ml HUU In the County of Dad..,, celled, two Inside toilets
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m. The public i* cordially invited of the Circuit Court of competent , tlon Th. Liquidator reserves Ih. right to Lot 10 Block I. Kin. Court. The tai.. I stairs balcony; should rent for school and grade school subjects /
to attend reject any and all bid.. to b. said .... evidenced by Certificate No 'I< $360 per Only $1,290 cash.I
year.
A list of th. aaeMa la on tile with the 'III of IB80 and represents U<.. for the!I Mrs II J. Armstrong, A. B., {
.April J. Lesson-sermon Clerk nf Ih. Circuit Court at the Dade' yi-ara 1929 to 1989 both lnclu.lv. .. I All taxes and liens paid. Plummer drive and Country
topic "Are Sin, Disease, County Coin H..... Miami Florida. anda Ini to 14 n: .oun"'l 120 LOTS In Homestead, mostly In : I
I Hat: of the gawta can b. Men alto at the Lot I, Block 4, Kin. Court. The loan Club road
and Death Real?" I office of the Liquidating I Agent, III.IK to ho Kit ar. .vld.nc.d by UrtlflcaM No.:I I, Downer Palms No 1. Many have

Security Building .Miami rlorlda Both 41161 of ItlU and ..P.*.... u>M for th.ymra sidewalks All of them for CLEAN RAGS WANTED WIJ
I of them little ... available for Inspection 121 to Hill both Inclusive, ...oun\-I I !
CHURCH OF CHRIST I by proepeetlve ou..h_... tot to 16 a.. 2500. All taxes and liens paid. exchange subscription or advertising '

Jlotud-Flrlt avenue and M A. SMITH, aa Until latnr for .ld.... rartlflcatM together will .11 lub.miumt .I: 70 ACRES on Biscayne drive, near for clean rags Leadei-
THE CITIZENS BANK OF HOMESTEAD omltttd or levied saw will be mid
N. W. Fifth St. Bible study at 10 By A. O VEACH Liquidating Agent to the hlvhrat bidder at the Court H ww In Modello one mile east of Newton tnteiprlwLEC.AL.

a. m.; communion,.fellowship and I (Apr T. 14. II. I BSD iTIFICATEg Miami. on the 16th; day of April, 1989. .-I I road only $25.00 per acre.
winning the hour ot
.t 10 o'elork a N. oras
Phone 72 H. A. Cameron Homestead NOTICES
preaching at 11 Noun thereafter the beresrhed '
a. m. NOTICE\ 0' BALE 0' TAX (15. ao same may
Appllratl.ii N.. Oil I''i i in due cause.. Fla.
CHURCH OF GOD Notice If hereby given that I. W, Hawk* Dated at Miami. Florid.. this the Sib day .Io.ld. I
baa filed with ... written request that th.' of April, \II. 50-LB PORCELAIN-LINED refrigerator Tho aueument at amid property under J Jot
ome.lead-6011 N. W Tint tag certificate together with .11 subsequent i E'l.. I.EATHFRMAN, the Mid l eerllflcat issued ww la the same
I omitted oe levied axes Including the I r Circuit Court I $5.00. Large cedar- t Unknown L
avenue; Rev. Geo. Q. Coplin pastor. 1999 held by the State be advertised and'.,! Dado County. Florida lined wardrobe trunk could be Unless sold rertlfleat shall be redeemedaccording
Sunday school at 9:45: a. m.; mill to the hlghwt bidder for cash a. provided Circuit Court Bnlilly I to law tan deed will issue them I
'by Chapter 1 !IM, of the MIT I JNO ENNO, D. C'. used as closet and cheat of on the 4lh day of May. IN*.
preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:45: the Legislature I upon the following I .d oft!! Publish Apr 7. 14. II. l.s.. drawers, $8.00. Small steamer VaudthlllWhdayif M.rrh A D. MIS

p.1L14111 01' Y..F. at TwduUrotl 4e lba4 reml aMU 4a the County of Dad.'i E. H. LEATHEIMAN.Clark : .
State of lortda. td-wltl NOTICE wardrobe trunk $4 00. Eleanor
OP APPLICATION FOR I of Clnull Court
meeting at 7 in parsonage Prayer Lou I* and 40. Block 1. Randolph TAX DUO Froscher Epmore drive Phone Pad County Florid. I
meeting. S p. m.,WedMsdaj The asses to gold sit evidenced, by Chapter 17417_,.. of IMS-PH. A.1471Notlo. (Circuit Court teal
tlf...... No I77S of IHT and ........SUb'l, .bpk.br ...b' tlvn that Mm A. 3521. (m31tf) By N C' oTERRKTT D OMar
CHURCH OF nut NAZAKENEHonmiead taxes, far trw-r-r. IK to 1999 both Tatmn. nf State and County T.t1fenlflMM II : Apr: t. 14. II. til. IM I I
,1..1_. ajxmnung M III.II. No. 1111. Lewd the 71k day of SEE AND BUY at Shanklm Variety
The :Re*. W. J. Bald tag certtf leaf, together with all Aucort A. D. 1VI1 hai filed some In my 1 I Iof I NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR i
aeqeent omitted oe levied use will be told fie.. sad hat mad. nppllrarl for tai I Grove, West Florida City. TAX DEED
Parker pastor. Sunday school at u the "....t bidder at th. Court Issues deed. u be issued ._.. Bald Ortlflcatvl (a7tf) Chapter IT4I7-A.ta of IMS-Flla AJ4T"Nutlc
f:4J a. m.; preaching at 11 a. m. Miami on the Into day of April Ult. .. Imhr.... th. following dewrlbrd property 1 la hereby given that Myrtle A.
staining .t the how of 10 .flock ... In the of Tatum holder of ante and
g County Dad. gut of County TaCrrtlfkato <
-and 30'p.: m.; N. Y. P. S. and ai aoon thereafter u the same may t t.1 lowllI LEGAL NOTICES .j I No B7f1O |Issued the lit day of 1

Junior meeting at 6:JO p. m ....h... lit due oui *> E. IfM It. of W. too tL 01 NIj, Florld.'j August A. D. ml has, riled ..... !I. my
Voted Mt Miami. '....Ida. thl. the ttb .. I' Pan Villa H.Ithu. A Bub., PLICATION FOB FINAL DIM'HAIKUNolle office. and bell mad ai,pllrarloii for a t..
Prayer meeting Wednesday ..ven- of April, MM pwe. 101 and 167 In th. County I deed to be Issued th.r....n. Bald Certificate
is hereby xithat I hav. filed
7:30 B B. LEATHFRMAN I'. of Florida ...b.....
leg : p. m. my final report Rod for Final Dlirharge Ih. following described property J
Clerk Circuit Court, The _m.nl of amid property .0 Ancillary rotlll.a of the estate In the County of II..... SHU of .Florida
Princeton Dad County. Florida Ih. mid certlflo.t. bailed waa In the Dnd.'j of ELMER M :TRUAX, deeeaml endI I I lo-wlt :
the Rev. E. P. Cowen. I
Circuit Court Real of. : !
( Unknown the of W. ItOft that 10th im. I will
pastor. Sunday school at 9:45 ByJNO. FENNO D. C. Unless said rrtlflcau shall b. apply*n to the Honorable day April W. T. Hlanlon Para Villa Hflihu Plot Hook I. ..... 104.

preaching at 10:45: a. m and '7:30: Publish Apr T. 14. 11. imTIFICATEg crordinv to law the property dr.erlhedthanln I II County Judy. of Pad. County, Florida_ for) 157 In the County of Dade. State of rlorlda. h
will be mid to the hill h"t bidder The management of mid undrr '
approval; ; ; 01-.sold final and for final I singular
report
p. m. Junior meeting at 6:30; youngpeople' "OTlI' 0' UU: 0' TAX CER- at the Court House door on the first Monday .I discharge a* Ancillary Flecubg.? lOt the said ....111.... bawd wu In U unwuf e
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Appllcallen N. UU I In the month of May, "'. which to of H.Mr-R M TRUAX. ....._th'I'lW,1. Unknown t
meeting at 6.30. Prayer I Notice la hereby given that W.lllngtol the lit day of May, III'. Unless sold ..rtllt.... shall W'ia.rordlni .
This at Mirth lost
meeting :Wednesday at 7:30: p. m Adderley haa filed with m. written, .......t Dated this IHIh daynf March 1939.! 18th day H. A. CAMERON.Mar I In law Id" prows desrrlhd )
that tha certificate E. R. LEATHKRMAN I will h. ; :
tag together with oil I I7. t4. II. Ap. fl therein the haunt bidder
subsequent omitted or levied tale Including Clerk of Circuit Court, at the Uiurt Hours doer on tint Man.nay
EPISCOPAL th* year lull. bald by the State he adver.tlaed Dodo County. Florida t'OI'STY II'Or.I'1 COI RT DAUB I In the Month of May \:\., which '; I IIh
Rev. R. F Ceo, and gold to the highest bidder for ...h ,Cinult Court .IC. I IIN (011STY' FLORIDA. Me. MM. lit day if May. lvOaUd ".
Blackford rector. aa provided by Chapter 1"2M. of the 1IH7 By N. STF.RRETT D C R. Fataaof thai both day nf Murrh |aa. t
N. Wakefleld lay reader. Holy Act of th. Legblglur. upon th. followlnideaertbcd (Mar II : Apr t. 14. II. l""l I|I CHARLES H FLY. >....... E H. LEATHICKMAN. LClerk
7 30a real **.... In th. County of Dad. NOTKI!: (1F INTENTION TO MAKE!: API of Circuit Court. '
communion
each. at
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Sunday Bate of Florida. to-wlti IN THE CIRCUIT CO1'RT OP THI IITH PLICATION FOR FINAL III1Il HASTE!: D.d. aunty. FlirldaiClMult .
m and first Sunday at 11 a. m.1; Lot I. Block T. Fmdl Ind Addn. lo I',' JIIIKIAI CIRCUIT IN AND POK I, Notice I* hereby given that r will og the I Court nil !
morning at 11. Romeetead The taxes to h. sold are *vl.I I>AI>K IdlNTV FLORIDA IN CHAN, little day of May. A. I). 1910. preeent to theHonor.UI. By N. C. ITFRRFTT, D.qlUa .
prayer danced by Certificate No. lint of 1014 andreprennta I (FRY NO. l 1 tl$l. W F, Blanton. County Julie* of SI Apr T' 14. II. l* lBuy
Lenten servicesMETHODIST : taxes for the yean 1DJI to Kit. IN Re: PETITION OF.F.TH.L .
Had County Florida, my Find Report and
both lnrlu.lv. amounting to 121.71. COOPER ilEA KIN. Vouchers and a.k for the approval of aam*,I I : : 1
BaM ug cerlltlcat together with all mh.equent .. TO BECOME A VHrK DEALER and apply for Final Discharge In the Be.tale .'
EPISCOPAL omitted .r levied. taxes will be gold FINAL rRFR: : bRANTIVO LICENSE of Charles H Ely Ueeeaerd. Home
SOUTH to the highest bidder .t the Court Hm... In TO RKtUMR A IRKR DltAI.PR Dated March SAD' IMv '
MamiW on the Seth day of April 1939. baIaaiat This matter awaiting on for final hearing. CARL R. ELY. Buy Grove Land
Homestead-the Rev. J. J. Rich .1 the hour nt 10 0'.1.... t. .... ora and It appearing that laid ETHEL COOP. Al Ancillary Administrator of I 1

ards, pastor. Sunday school at J:49 rachd gods In thereafter due eoune.as the some may be to..R be DEAKIN made a haa free tiled dealer> petition and hw paying given I the Estate of Charles 0--1.H EI,. ,I' Buy Glade Land

a. m.; preaching at 11 a. m. and Dated .1 Miami. Florida. this the Ilh day sell, thereof In advsne In _on.. Mar 10 11 tt 111 Apr 7. 14. II. |g May SNo.tcelA It Is my firm belief that blfh- f
of April 1980 with law by publication/ and that Mid restter
'I: 30 p. m. Junior League at 2:30p 1.l.. LEATHFHMAN ... referred to a mailer of this murk NOTICE OF T ( FOR er prices are Imminent.

). m.; Hi League at 8:30 p. m.; Circuit Court. In aeeordaneo with law. who. after takingtestimony Er.L} .: 41551 I
Dad County Florida found that th. mid 'II Don quibble about price. C
Ethel ;
CooperDeakin ,
|hereby .,.. r red BuchetholqeB ,
Senior League at 6.30 p) m. .
Circuit Court teal I i la entitled to be made a free dealer' .. autgne of l\Uiiol Mtal.ah, Tai Don t wait. ;
Prayer meeting at 7:30: p. m. Wed- D C. and to '" In every r"- Certificate .
Publish Apr T B141JN0 IH:'NO. ;pees : .'k"I; :: manage h.rown 1 i I Numbered Wo, dated the 1.1 day. Buy now. i
nesday. of July. A. D IU5 hw M Mid r.rtlfl.rat ,
oitato and property and to become ttrue
off
lee and
la basaasieappliestlaaI
NOTICE OF APPLICATION" FOR my 1'0a'U thank me for this '11'-
dealer and gold meter having filed .
I I for .oterdana
Silver Palm Methodist Churchthe TAX DFFIChapter > |, hit report and the testimony In amid matter,,: h"law d-4, a Id. C.n* :r=, w embr.n.: the station a few months hence.
17417-Aela *f lilt-FlU A II7T upon nlder.tio thereof the finding and .I f
Rev. J. E. Waller paitor Notice to hereby given that Myrtle report of amid ....." are hereby confirmed roll .t'Fjl-d.: : : propsritaad, to-wlti I., II. A. Cameron

Sunday school every Sunday at 10 Tatum holder of State and County Tag IT ID. THKHKFOKR. CONRIIIF'RF.D, IOock 4. both Bt. ', to the:
Certificate No. IID24 issued the 1th day of I DECREED OKHFRFO and ADJUDuLD I CI"o/IH} di; I
first County et Dada, sate
services
a. m.; preaching on AnguM A. D. loss ham filed some In my that the laid Ethel Cooper Deakln 'be and
third and fifth Sunday at 11 a. stiles. and hag mad application for a tag I ah* to hereby granted a HOMO to b.eom.l I Ii
deed U k* Issued thereon Said Certificate; a ,... dealer In accordance with this Is"of p
m. and 7:30 p. m. embrace the following described property tlnrld. .nd. upon the puhll..I1. .t .
In th. County of D...., state of Florida, copy of this decree In accordance with the < ear
Pt'tDeetoThe Rev. J. E. Wal ....wlttHghtg. low. she la and bell harem a fees dealer
IL 60 of N Sill, St, Pan VIII under I... of EDWARD
pr-t ;! the rlorlda. and she la and STILING'Real
ler at I .
a m.;
pastor, preaching Book
a. pages 105.167. In the atoll be aulhorlted U tak. charge of andeontrol
Sunday school at 10. Connty of Dad. Sate of Flnrlol. her eitate. to gontract and be con
The uareement of aid property ggter,' trgcted with and te am and b, word.. and u
the ealtf eerliflegw issued ass In the mama bind henelf In .11 napecta a. fully aa If '
oft Unknown she wen unmarried and that the act of
Turner's Funeral Home VnleM amid ortlfleaw shall kg redeemed publication be gonflrmed by H ardor of Estate General Insurance
game too to Igw the property oWcrlbedIkerel this court.
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will be gold I* Uw highest bidder, DONE AND ORDERED at Miami Flor.
S4-HX AMBULANCE SERVICE 't the Court Uoua* door ea the tint Moei Ida this the Stilt day of March, III*. i
day I. .... Month of May. IMS. which h PAUL. BARNS
NOTARY PUBLIC J
.JUdy Atteadaal'WANT the let day of lie,. IN. >dg. Circuit Cobra
Dazed this IMk day of March I MlB. (Hay. II A..I f. 14. 81. IMtl 1
Pho;ni S il1f fosn.at aa J'1a. B. LEA THERM AN. '
Clerk of CkrraH Cwirt' I' III. COUNTY JUDGR7 COUIT. DADE Cor. Palm Ave. and Ave. B Florida City Fla.
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Papa Twelve THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday, April 7,1939

PROPOSED LAWS Five Scientist Recent
Guests at State Park

f! WOULD GIVE AID Sctemllta11M wen recent
guests at Royal Pain Lodge In
TO STATE AGED Royal Palm State Park, include:
i Wilford H. Oasgood, curator of .
zoology Field Museum Chicago. PH-M-M 'THIS i DON'T BLAME WELL,IVE LEARNED
Tallahassee April 6. (I'NS- Dr.Thomas Harbour Cambridge AD LOOKS INTERESTING/ you rot nor MY LESSONHEWAFTRI
Measures designed to aid the lot Mass. director of museum of Harvard THINK IU GOTH IRC EATING THESE STICK TO MY GROCER WHERE
of Florida1 aged were introducedIn University.Dr. I TODAY'VEGETA6LESJ THEY I ALWAYS HMD NICE, FRESH
the state legislature) this week Jas. Q. Needham, Ithaca N.
CERTAINLYAREN'T VEGETABLES/
by Representative Bob Sike of I Y., professor emeritus of entomology -
CrestvteW. of Cornell( University; who UP
One measure li to strike out the| has written IeW I .I'book on the TO PAR/
lien clause in the present old-age I dragon flies'#frNdrth America. A 1 GOOD! ir
assistance act Under thla clause I Dr. J A. Bradley, Ithaca, N. Y.,I Ii
the aged now are required to givea professor Jt entomology and cura-
mortgage or lien on their property -i, tor of Inverbrate genera of beetles,
before participating in the old-I who has written several text books. ate.r
Slke Dr. Frank Chapman curator of
age assistance program |I ll"
laid: This abominable requirement birds of the American Museum of to"
FRANKLIN
which penalize those who, Natural History, New York City. '
desire to acquire their own property .
must cease." Lardon Grove Is Saved
Another measure If enacted
will permit applicant for old age:: From Grass Fire Damage FOR EASTER
assistance to establish his ago and:
need by taking oath before a coun-1, Crass fire which came in from FRESH, LARGE HOMESTEAD
I the west glades Thursday and FrIday -
ty official. It U intended to eliminate -j
the present costly detailed 1 of last week scorched 15 or 20
and long drawn-out investigation.It trees in the' E. C Byan grove off I Factory Packed *' Eggs DOZ- 33c j
provide ai a safeguard that if I Rcdland road, but was brought
age or need be falsely established under control by Homestead flre- 4ftcSUGAR,51b.bagX3C
under oath the applicant la automatically men County Fireman Mason Roberts
barred from further participation -I and neighboring grower. No. 2 cans
In any state welfare program Frank Lardon, whose avocado TOMATOESDillon's CANS C
grove wa saved from damage .
By this act Sikcs hopes to avoid said yesterday that he wa grateful 39006C
the greater part of the red tape and) to the city and county fir units COFFEE, Ib. 2 )b. jar
delay through which applicantsand
social welfare worker must Peanut Butter 25c
wade when an application I* filed.| Avalon Yellow Cling
"It should also tremendously re-,' NEWT G. BALLNOTARY 15C
duce the cost of admlstering the] PEACHES NCANs Armour's Giant Size
"
program he mid "Less over- PUBLIC
head"mean more money for the Tomato Juice FoR 25c

aged Fire Insurance and I Any Brand
Robert H. Atkinson of Miami!, 20c Bulk 5 Ibis.
accompanied by his wife and ton, Kindred Lines MILK, 3 Ig. cansKellogg's
14c
Bobby spent last week-end with, MEAL or GRITSPillsbury's
. j his parent at Royal Palm
'.', ;;;; One Lodle'ln'A 35 N.' Krome Are -2 pkgs.

He "I lay doesn't this IBC
malts you long for another" CORN FLAKES FLOUR 45C I
She (sadly): 'Yes-but unfortunately .I 10 ib. bag It
he couldu come tonight WANT ADS PAY t
Kentish Mercury | Dole Sliced NO. m CAN Salad Dressing

PINEAPPLE 21c MIRACLE WHIP3.C


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