The leader-enterprise
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00087294/00222
 Material Information
Title: The leader-enterprise
Uniform Title: Leader-enterprise (Homestead, Fla.)
Portion of title: Leader enterprise
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: South Dade Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Homestead Fla
Creation Date: April 14, 1939
Publication Date: -1941
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1931.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 29, no. 2 (Jan. 10, 1941).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 29, no. 1 (Jan. 3, 1941).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002057831
oclc - 33835104
notis - AKP5867
lccn - sn 95047482
System ID: UF00087294:00222
 Related Items
Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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CONFESSION- Five Homestead Speakers Are Billed !i AT 11-430 Pe Me IN HOSPITAL

On Horticultural I
Meeting ProgramWith

-- THE WEATHER Long Sit'; f 111 Health l

NAMES 3 IN five Red land District; which,will be held In connection Offidd ...'h.. reprt .1 the Subtreeled. Culminated by SuddenComplications
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speakers on its program and for> with meeting of the horticultural x.eerlns5 \11.11. H.d. .rI. .
mation of a vegetable section i,I lsociety. D... III... MI.' "".1 i sale ),
planned the 82nd annual meeting;::1 l The local 'speakers are: Dr' April 7 90 71 X30.051 1 ----- I''
THEFT TOUR of the Florida State Horticultural I George D. Ruehle pathologist atlI | April 8 86 I 72 129931 0.06! HAD APPEARED TO RELM ;
Society, opening Tuesday in Hollywood -I,II I the Subtropical Experiment Station April II .. 75 1 43 0.13 PROVING LATELY' I
is attracting! widespreadlocal 1, who will speak on Expert- April 10 81 I 111 130.13April r rI
Interest and an exceptionallygood merits for Control of Fruit Spotsof II 87 59 ,3011
Homested, Florida City,,, attendance from here is expected the Avocado"; S. J. Lynch, as- April 12 87 I 62 30.17 i I Ministered to District ) 1
Princeton Scenesof | glstant horticulturist at the station,! April 13 62 '30.21 Years; Held Public
Break-ins The sessions will be held Tuesday on "Studies of Cold Storage otAvocados J
and Civic Office
and ', C J. ] I
Wednesday Thursday Parman, on Marketing
Friday, inclusive at the Hollywood Persian Limes. and Sam J., C. OF C. GETS "NEW 1---- .
TRIO OBTAINS $150 Beach Hotel.Homestead. i Davis, on "Avocado Growing In. i 1I I Dr John B. Tower died at II '30 {I

LOOT IN 7 VISITS: speakers will have the Redlands" BROOM"BOARD(, last night at the Post Graduate '
prominent parts on the program of i At. joint session of the Insti-, hospital .1
the Krome Memorial Institute tute and the society Mr. Lynch
Former Convict Taken in : The beloved Homestead physician ii!
: will speak on "The Juice Content: AT ANNUAL MEET' .
Chase ; Held Under i of Florida Persian Limes' Luther had been In 111 health for the
Bond of $5,000 II PROSPERITY SIGN Chandler of Goulds will; address| I last five years but lately had appeared t
the new vegetable division of the I I II A ""new broom" was given theRedland to be somewhat improved.'Following r

Participation In the. robbery ofive SEEN IN REPORT society on The Vegetable Mar- merce al District it, annual Chamber meeting.of Com Wednesday I I'I a fainting spill Turw)1 t

f tilling stations in Homestead,, I The' Krome'Memorial 'Institute nlgM when directors were day, he was taken to Ate HoRjAtal 2 t'
t. one in Florida City and another at: OF'LOCAL"BANKProsperity \Is.m Integral part tot the horticultural -' elected as follows: ''where his condition was found t,) ::
Princeton was admitted by Ray ; society It was named In'' W. P. Cash, Tom Torbert, Roy, be critical I His death was said tobe i\
mond Jackson, 27, Miami negro, in -- honor of the late William J. Krome,> Chandler, Howard Johnson T. E. duo to complications I of the ailments -
the of the Justice of the of the Redland District from which he suffered
court noted engineer, who after his com- Kirby, J. W. English and E. HGullflher 11
Peace Sid L. Kendrick Wednesdaynight. this season was reflected in a pletion of tho Overseas railroad to : i Funeral arrangements: will be
revised quarterly report of the Key-West, became an extensive At a meeting of the new board announced by Turner Funeral t
Jackson gave the names of two First National Bank of Homestead, fruit grower of avocados, mangos, following the membership meeting, Home Some time today. '
other negroes who accompaniedhim which shows an Increase of ap-citrus I and other subtropical fruit Mr. Kirby, only member of the old Dr. Tower leaves his wife, two !
proximately $76000 in resources board to be re-elected was chosenas sons, John and Douglass Tower ?f
on the round of robbery and In this section For many years he:
during a 12-day period ending '
named location where he said he i was an officer of the society and president. He had served as Homestead; five daughters Mrn'
"believed" officers could find most Monday I II |I I was active In Its work. ,! treasurer of the organization for Henry DuBois of Jupiter, Fla.. Mrs ;'
of the loot which totaled approxi-I In the quarterly report Issued bY!,I The joint sessions will be held many years.Other j Guy Upton Vinson, Mrs Wilfoiri '
the bank March 29 the resources 1 1I officers eected Snare, and Mrs R. S. McLeroyof I'I'A.
mately $150 In cash and merchandise (Continued on Page Two) j were: Roy
He was bound to criminal I were listed at $966. 8 .40. while I Chandler, first vice-president;, Miami, and Mrs. Leonard Cecil ,
i the resources listed on the revised' I ,
Dodd of Homestead whose wedding
Howard -
Johnson second vice-
court of record under a $ .OOO I
bond after he pleaded guilty to{ report totaled $104223387 i I Ii !| Hall Selected Chemist president; E. H. Gallahcr, secretary -' here last Saturday Dr. Tower 1 ;'
seven charges of breaking and entering -i A sharp Increase in the cash on At Experiment Station and J. W. English, treasuierMr .i attended. Several grandclilldicnalso ..
hand also was noted in the revised i]i i survive
and seven charges of bur- ) Cash who serve das a chamber ,
list. On March 29 the total was Dr. Tower to Homestead,
glary. director two years ago, was came ,
Joseph T. Hall Jr., of Hollywood '
The robberies occurred Tuesday $72743910 and figures for April,,: Monday assumed his duties, high candidate. with 37 votes. !\Ir. with Mrs. Tower and the eldest of \
night between 11 and 12;30 clock, 10 were $769,539.34.Deposits j|' as laboratory chemist at the Sub Kirby was second with 33 Mr I! their children, from Kansas City :
police ascertained. also increased duringthe tropical Experiment Station.Mr. Gallaher, the new secretary, who 29 years ago Besides ministering t
All the places entered by the 12-day period. On March 29 Hall received B.S. degrees served In that capacity ten or I]! to aches pains. fevers and wounds, i
thieves in Homestead are locatedon the deposits amounted to $909634,26. ,-I In engineering at the University twelve years ago, with pay, received he ushered much of the present
while on April 10 they ( 23 population of the district Into Die
krome avenue. The greatest votes.Defeated
totaled in 1932. After his graduation -I
98634146. On 10,
April '
', world.
amount of loot was obtained at he worked at the experiment nominees included Ceo f
the filling station of Zeke Martinat 1938, a year ago. the deposits station at Gainesville and W. Turner, Outgoing president, O, He has served on the city council
Krome and Kings Highway totaled $610,970.29.Tuberculosis I later became analytical chemist at:I B. Parker and J. Paul Reynoldsof and on the local school trustee ,
where cigarettes worth $75 and $10 the control laboratories of the Containers the old board of directors I board. H" was president of the I
worth of sundry articles, including Tests: Corporation of America at, Others who failed of election were Rotary Club at the time 111 health 1
dozen pies were taken. Offered at Miami Fernandma l E. L Lawrence, J. R. Brooks, P. B. forced his retirement from public
Mr': Martin said the thieves over- .. 'I Mr. Hall is associated with S. J. Bird and Dr Carl F Robinson. life, and only this week steps were I
looked a shotgun and a $60 watch, Free tuberculosis tests are being Lynch, laboratory technician! at I Prior to the voting, President taken to make him nn honorary
both of which were in plain view. conducted for white persons at 2 the station (Continued on Page Three), member of the club and for life
His wife, he mid was awakened clock each Tuesday on the ninth i He was a former officer and director i
shortly before midnight by a noise floor of the Dade County court of the chamber of commerceDr .
In the station which is a short distance house, Miami, and for negroes at Modern Dictators' "Ideals" Compared I Tower was a member of the
from their home. She returned 1 o'clock each Wednesday at the board of directors of the First t
to sleep, deciding againstthe Christian hospital it was an- I To Spain's in Early Florida StruggleIdeals Federal Savings and Loan Association
possibility of a robbery. It nounced by Mrs. Edith H Dickinson I of Homestead. He was a 23nd t :i
executive secretary of the degree Mason and a member of the '
was found next morning that the r'
and aims of Hitler were the same as the democracies -
Dade County Tuberculosis Asso Theatricals First Baptist Church of HomeStead -
noise came from falling flowerpots I I
of today, he said. i""I
and Mussolini in their mad rush .
knocked over by the thieves ciation. The tests will show definitely Earliest Florida extended from
whether tuberculosis has for and those of the democracies -
when they entered a window In i I power the ocean to the Mississippi river
the front of the building been contracted, Mrs Dickinson' are comparable to those and from Mexico indefinitelynorth Tomatoes Bring Top { !

At the filling station of L. D.I said. that marked the struggle of the Dr. Blackford said. Theflr.t Price of $3 ft Bushel .
Bishop and Son, Krome avenue
two settlements attempted
and for
English Spanish .
supremacyIn --- .
and Fourth street, the loot would i Gulf Oil Agency Here by the Spanish 'were on sites on
have been greater had the intruders Florida nearly 300 years Growers received an average of t i'
I Acquired by Anderson' which now are located Buford, N.
searched more diligently A the Rev. )t. F Blackford, $175 a bushel for tomatoes during ',
I C., and Calveston, TexasMiss
bag containing $37.50 was overlooked j I Russel Anderson has taken over St John's Episcopal Church, a'O'1 the season, with top mark of ,
I Rebecca planls".nd f.
However a pistol and SOcweer i the agency .of the Gulf Oil Cor- In an address to the Redland Roy Nelson, violinist, playedat I $3 several weeks ago It was reported
taken. The thieves entered> poration for the area extendingfrom The high price was forexceptionally i'
through- a side window. Mr. Peters south from G. I. Gault, trict Lions Club Tuesday night the meeting good grades, while I

(Continued on Page Two) and J. R. Rutland, it 'was announced -, Silver Palm. 1nl The speaker next Tuesday night I few field crates brought in $2 73.
I The transaction took When Spain sought to get a firm will be Dr. A. B. McCready, district The seasons yield was (0 percent
place April 1. foothold on Florida she was moti-I I 'Ind county' director for the of that of last year Prices
.) CLOSING HOURS; SET For ten years Mr. Anderson I vated by hope of glory Florida State Board of Health. were said to have been good because :
The Homestead fertiliserplants t has been foreman of the shipping multiplication of might, Guests of the club: were Zia of the freeze-out In Mexico I
will close on Thnnday department of the Hardee-Harris,, England aimed at Baker Miami; Bruce Barfield and the drought in Cuba. '
afternoon from April 20 to September i Packing Company, and Mr. Gault:(I citizens and the furtherance of Perrine; Orin Smith, Homestead; The bean yield, While heavy,
21, It WM announced and Mr. Rutland have been carrying -, happiness In homes, the speaker) Mrs Charles Pike, Lexington, Ky. compared In size to that of last
following s> netting ef the fer ( on the business until the packing said. England eventually dominated and Mrs. Edward: J. Cooper, To- season Top price was $350 a
Wines dealers Saturday.! 1 house end Its shipping season I the new world because her'peka, Kans month ago, while the low was 75c.

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Page Two THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday. April 14, 1939

rat Princeton wad robbed of $22 in Wit automobile. In the negro'.,Alfred Experiment Station; W. L, '
CLUBS CONSIDER Homestead HirStudents i 'money and six carton of cigar pockets was found $5 in small Thompson, take Alfred; H. A. ]
f Will Present cSkldding"Skidding 'ettes. The front door was forcedto change. I fhuUbery, Haines City; F. M.
[ entrance. 4 D'Bryne, Lake Wale; VT. H.
Jackson told the police a companion -
SERVICE TOPICS : ,* the annual clan play Jackson was arrested at Coral alighted from the ear with ]Mouser, Winter Garden; L. H. '
of seniors of Homestead HighSchool Lake Wale Dr. F. B.
the Kramer ;
1:30 o'clock In the most of the loot before they
)I'I 'Cables at : morning -
I l will be In the Gainesville G. M. Bahrt ofthe
presented three miles reached Coral Oables. Smith, ;
FOR CHEVROLET! after being chased ;
I' Neva King Cooper autditorlum at :'by police. Sergt. Otis Coleman, I 1 1I Orlando Experiment Station;
I o'clock tonight j one of the arresting officer, said I Dr. Michael Peech, Lake Alfred; ,
Detroit, Apr IS.-More than 75 The play, a three-act comedy," he and another officer were ridingon SPEAKERS md Dr. W. T. Forsee, Belle Glade.Chas. .
per cent of Chevrolet dealer now was written by Auranla! RouvereL' : Ponce de Leon avenue I. Brooks of Miami Is
are co-operating actively In the, It will be directed by E. B. Blackburn -! another car passed them when I president of the horticultural solety. '
program established by the factory'' Homestead dramatics teach-':about 70 mles per hour. The -- I :: He I I. the father of J. R.
back with service Adult tickets be purchased wildschase (Continued from Page One)
to up expert er. may I ficers i followed it and after a II Brooks of Homestead, grove developer -
every Chevrolet car and truck sold. from Junior or senior high" through the streets of the' it 9.30 o'clock Wednesday morning and fruit shipper.
The announcement was made by 1 school student or may be obtained I city they succeeded In bringing the and at 2 o'clock In the after-'
Ed Hedner, national service and at the door of the auditorium.Seats noon. I ,
other machine to a halt by firing Methodists Will Hold
mechanical manager. I have been reserved for ..en1 1 bullets into its rear tire i Dr. H. S. Wolfe formerly In '
Chevrolet Mr. Hedner laid hatdeveloped I iors' parent ,I I Evangelistic Services
charge of the Subtropical Experi-
Jackson, who was driving the
school under direction
continuous The band -
a year- high ,
ment Station at Homestead also is -=-
to Mr Mills I automobile, surrendered after a
round activity designed keep of Margaret ,
scheduled to at the morning
I short chase. Another negro speak Evangelistic services will start
and their
service managers mechanics will play during intermissions.:
up to the minute on all\ Annabell! Redd, Clarabell Stuart,, 'caped. e.-I'j teuton. | :Sunday at the Homestead Methodist -
r phases of their work. The basis' Barbara Burke, Mary: Torclse and! Informed later of the filling eta- The organization session of the <, Church and will continue 15
, of the system la the Service Managers' Mary Ballero will be usherettes.l! Lion robberies the officers I ques-1 I vegetable division! will be held at I lays, it was announced by the
I Club of which there are 235, Proceeds of the play will be used< ;'tioned the negro about them. H. ):30 o'clock Thursday morning. It I pastor, the Rev. James J. Rich-
: In the United State These meet'' to buy the senior gift to the'readily admitted complicity in the will be In the charge of R. A. Carl-I ards.
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,, monthly, drawing their attendance school break-in, it wa said i ton. West Palm Beach, who re-] The Rev. R. Z. Tyler, Methodist
. I i I cently wa appointed by the so- presiding elder of the Miami disIrict -
from the dealership In their respective -1, Jackson, according to the police, I
: real. The material stud.v .'I laid he drove the automobile and I! ciety's executive committee to arrange I will deliver the sermons for
v led at the club I meetings la furnished ROBBERIES I served as lookout man while the plans to form the vegetableunit I the services, which will be heldIn
by the service and mechanical ::1 I stations were being robbed. He | j the morning and at night
II department in Detroit one division said, the police reported, he f -! After the organization procedurethe Victor Rankin, Alliance 0., will ;.
of which devotes full time (Continued from Page One) merly had lived in Homestead and' vegetable grower will discus ,direct the music.. It I I. planned to ..!
I to supervision of this work. Motion Bishop found the front door ajar hand "lined-up" the places to bet production and marketing problems I organize choir composed of adults I
I pictures, tilde film! engineerIng when he arrived to open for business robbed.In and topics of interest to the'I and young people of the church.
; and service data covering both. Wednesday morning. Justice Kendrick's court he industry. I I
equipment and method make up Across the street, at the filling outlined the route he and his companions The 14th annual session of the I Ranks of Florida Idle
the study course;:which 1* supplemented station operated by R. H. Done took on their tour of Florida State Rose Society
'by'Informal discussion of and Allen Kissam, the thieves obtained -' break-ins. He said they entered held In connection with the hortl-j I Thinning, Report Says
the way In which Individual managers two packages of cigarette Mr. Martin' station first and then I cultural meeting. A rose show will) .
,1 have dealt with specific! and a gasoline tank cap. They en- "worked down the street" to the be one of its feature Dr. J. Horace A reflection of the Intensive
1 service problems.Returning tered by breaking the lock froma Thurman place. Then, he said,' McFarland Harrisburg, Pa..' 'drive by the Florida State Employment '
home the service' rear door. they visited Florida City and I!president of the rose society will : Service to place workers '
manager! hold similar meetings In The filling station of Orin Smith, stopped at Princeton on their way deliver an address. I ;in gainful employment is noted in
their own dealership every two Krome avenue and Sixth street, back to Miami. i Dr. Lee A. Strong, chief of the 'the figures released on Job placements
t' week, using the material shown yielded $2 in small change and a Checking Jackson's record, poI bureau of plant quarantine of the for the month of March. .
at the managers' meeting, plus conducting pistol. The thieves rifled an un- Ice said they found he had been I!,United State department of agriculture -;' "Private placements are increasIng -
a 15-minute oral examination ;locked safe which contained only 1 arrested a dozen times on misdemeanor -' will I make the first tech daily," Louis A. Miller, manager -
( covering the same ground.' papers. Entrance was gained: and feony charges. Seven:nical address Tuesday night discussing of the local office, said. "Dur-
I One or more specific service problem through a rear window. months ago he was released from] "The Protection of Hortl-! ;ing March 721 worker were
are discussed at each of these I At the station of H. G. Thurman,I the federal penitentiary at Atlantal!cultural Crops." I placed in private jobs while 747
meeting, In light of the latest Information -I South Krome and Third street, the after having served 16 month for Dr. Sterling V. Mead noted were placed In public Job which
j on the subject thieve entered through a rear I II breaking into a freight car. scientist laid to be a foremost au- ;include PWA and the bureau of
\ "Although Chevrolet' service I window and took f 2 In change. I Jackson denied to police that he thority on dental matters, will :roads. This makes a total of 1,468
training I* a continuous year- Merchandise valued at $15 wai and his companions committed''speak on "Some Nutritional, Medicinal worker who were taken from the
t round activity, the period Just be- taken from the filling station of other robberies In this vicinity and Bactericidal Aspects of I ranks of the unemployed and
fore the annual new car introduction W. E. Myers at Florida City. Here, during recent months. |Citrus Fruits" Thursday night |II placed In gainful employment during -
in a sense is the starting-point too entrance was gained through]. Police found several carton ofcigarette Among others who will deliver : the first month of the state
for the :year's program," laid Mr. a rear window *, the two stolen pistols talk of Interest to citrus grower i I employment service 'job place-
Hedner. "At that time the service The filling station of W. P. Cash and several can of oil In Jack'will be Dr. A. F. Camp of the Lake :I ment' program."
: managers flubs and service meetings -

('. in the dealership enable 9i/I! I I I III I I n I n I I 111I111111111111111111111I1111I11111111111I111I111I1111I11 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I i I I I I I I I I I I I 111.
Chevrolet to school Its entire field
organization quickly and efficiently -

In the design, :construction, and Statement of Condition
servicing methods that apply to the

forthcoming Chevrolet model.Sales-" The First National Bank of HomesteadHOMESTEAD

Gain in March

Chevrolet' dealers' retail sales in FLORIDA
I the last 10 of March turned I
I upward, reaching; the highest total At Close of Business on April 10, 1939
I' for any similar period since the
new model introduction, and making -
March the highest sales monthin l
that period. The March total
was 88,838 unites compared with Officers RESOURCESLoans I
90,750: In February and with 82.88C
in March of !last ;year. .
The percentage of Increase over President s and Discounts .............................................,...?.....$ 94,751.17

{ March 1038. was 41.2 and overFebruary. '- THOS. E. KIRBYVlcePmldent Federal Reserve Bank Stock ............................................ 1,450.00 5
1939 U was 75. There
I was an increase of 70.1 per cent t Banking House .................................................................. 10,642.63

I over the sales' for the preceding =_ Chairman T. J. HARRIS ef the Board Furniture and Fixtures .................................................... 4,644.35 5
10-day period the record indi
cate.At = W. C.PAYNECashier Other Assets (Accrued Interest and Prepaid Expense) 2,356.73

the inme time used car sale United States Government Securities....$ 64,707.65
showed substantial both
a gain, '
over the 'provtob* 10 day andover A. E. CAMPBELL Florida Municipal Bonds .......................... 94,444.00

the same period last year Assistant Cashier Cash on Hand and Due from Banks ...... 769,539.34 928,690.99Total
They reached a total of 141,696 foi .
the month of March, giving Chev -

rolet dealers en aggregate, new = .,........................................................................$1,042,535.87
Board of Directors
and .Used, of more than 230.00Cunits. i
Grower and Packing House =
Food for Thought Official LIABILITIES _
"Johnnie, what did :you have foi "

breakfast" IAS. W. ENGLISH Capital Stock ........,..................................:..........................$ 25,000.00
"Teacher 1 ef six e".." Newspaper Publisher and
"Why Johnnie You should Theatre Operator Surplus ,.............._..................................?......._................... 23,000.00

say, 'Ate''." l HARRISHardeeslams Undivided Profits .....................................:._................. 8,194.41
T. I.
'Well.'*!!)}be (kt was eight thai t
I et"FlsxSet.NEWT Packing Co. DEPOSITS ...........;...............................,........................ 986,341.46


Kirby Packing Co. Total .......................,..................................................$1,042,535.87

MerchantF. DEPOSITS APRIL 10, 1938 ......................610970.29

PCBLIC B. Rt EFerUliKr DEPOSITS DECEMBER 31, 1938 .;.....:.... 373,377.76

Manufacturer i DEPOSITS APRIL 10, 1939 ...,.......?......... 986,341.46
and GrowerA.
Fire Insurance and
Kindred Lines
ill? 9
II N.._rose AT*.

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FLORIDA GROWN a* the first of 14 buildings for the(Alpine Grove Dairy STATE GROWERS{ pay Shipper due at member the rate of of the DOc league per
Adds I
New Equipment ,
E. Stanley Jones Educational car or its equivalent in number of ;

TREES WILL BERUBBERSOURCE Foundation at Florida Southern I Installation of a new bottle SHIPPERS MEET boxes If shipped by truck, boat or .
Southern College will be ready for: other mode of transportation. .
washing machine was completed
opening exercises September 13' I .
: Membership dues are usually sufficient ;
at the Alpine Grove Dairy, Krome I
President Ludd M. Splvey an-I ML BE IN JUNE to pay actual operating expenses j
ncunced Dr. Willard L. Sperryof,I avenue Wednesday I and any surplus Is used to
The machine has a capacity
I Harvard University will be the, the of litigation
\ Production of rubber may be' first speaker to be presented by the sixteen bottle a minute and Its, Orlando April 13,-In announcing which defray is expenses In opposing attempts .
r added to the Industries of Florida I of the!i heat I I. controlled ba thermostat necessary
foundation I Construction that the fifteenth annual meetIng of carriers to Increase l
; particularly the southern port, as :The bottle undergoes four processes -
i i'j building was begun last fall. of the Growers and Shippers weights, rates, refrigeration orother
the result of experiments I conducted l while in the machine.
Wright was the designer of the]: League of Florida will be held charges, such
the United States department Fed Into the machine from the transportation '
I I'I earthquake-proof Imperial Hotels,, June 14 In Orlando J. R Cren- as demurrage, reconslgning I and
of agriculture and the top, the bottle first is given a
In Tokyo Japan.Homestead haw, secretary traffic manager, detention
) charges.
completion of a machine for the re-rlnilng with luke warm water. called and ,
upon growers shippers
extraction of elements tram plant I .j Then it passes through an alkaline
generally to rally to the league In t
Band Glee which It Is rinsed Local Girl Wins Acclaim
life according to a recent articleIn solution after its continuous battle for lowered
the New York Tlmei Club to Give Concert again The last process I* disinfecting freight rates, reduced refrigeration For College Stage Work t

Federal experiment have shown the bottle with blchlorlnate charges and lessened costa of one -

that the castilla elastics, a rubber The band and glee club of the I;solution. sort or another for producers and I. Miss Mary Eleanor Williams l
tree, a native to South and Central Homestead High School will give The new apparatus replaces an distributors of fruits and vegetables Redland sophomore at Waynes-
America, can be grown In the a spring concert in the Neva King ,out-of-date machine Installed three I
Florida climate and soil and at the year ago.Longview. burg College, Waynesburg, Pa.,
auditorium next
Cooper Thursday.I ____ "That the league still Is In business -
present time many are growing In Proceeds will be used to purchase and effectively performingthe won general acclaim when she appeared .J.

South Dade. This tree la high in uniforms for the band. Homesteader duties it set out to perform fifteen a* a reader in the sophomore .

rubber content but has not been An added attraction will be a Succumbs in Kansas years ago, and at the present recital at the college Milt

commercialized extensively because concert on the new electronic time not only retains most of Its Williams presented "The Adventures i
no way could be found to mlnipiono. The instrument Is said New of the death of Mill R. charter members, but is steadily
extract the rubber economically to be one of the latest developments Houston, pioneer settler of Homestead adding to Its membership rolls, of Tom Sawyer" character
enough In competition with the In the musical field, and it who died March 21 at his speaks well for It and certainly of which she impersonated '
generally used plantation rubber, has a tone range from pianissimoto home in Wichita Kan., was received indicates it has the confidence of Miss Williams made her debut in :

:.i it was pointed out five times that of a concert here this week. Mr. Houston growers and shipper generally,"! the Little Theatre of the college I
,J Recently, Dr. Matthew J. Sta- grand piano cam to Homestead In 1810 and Mr. Crenshaw said. as Angeline in "The Imaginary ;
I com, in his Long Isand City laboratories The program follows: homesteaded In the Longview section Mr. Crenshaw pointed out that Invalid" Moliere's three-act comedy \

completed experiments "Merry Minstrel," march the league is a purely voluntary Newspaper account of the
; with his horn-angle machine "Lake of Ocala," waltz (McCaug- He is survived by his widow; al non-profit, non-stock organization play praised Miss Williams :
which, It was said, solves the hey-Band. daughter Mrs Leonard Mowry, incorporated under the laws of
1 problem of extracting rubber Inexpensively "Kentucky Babe," (Giebel), "Ma I and two sons Ray and Glenn Florida for the general purpose of ?

and quickly Curly Headed Baby," (Clutsam Houston, and grandchildren promoting and caring for the interests r
The location of the castilla tree Glee Club. of the and of
"1 growers shippers Cafe
in Florida and the I Invention of the I "Harvard Special," march, "Mis I I with the bases empty and the visitors fruits and vegetables in Florida In Tropical I II
horn-angle machine should solved :sion of Rose Serenade," (McGaug- matched this tally. Then the respect of general matters affecting -
doors north of hall
one of the United States' most serious city I.
hey-Band. the and
latter settled down and counted perishable industry
i trade problems, the article "Ah! Sweet Mystery of Life"I two more In the third and particularly in respect of transportation HOMESTEAD, FLORID
j said. All rubber used In this coun- I (Herbert), "Beautiful Dreamer," In the fourth another I I and traffic matters FormedIn

try Is Imported and prices are I (Foster)-Jamie Richards and, Bruce Bill took over the mound'' 1923, the ;league enjoys the distinction I Regular dinner _.-, 50c

proportionately high With the Glee Club. work for Ponce In the fifth, suc- of being about the only one Plate lunch 35c;
J production of rubber within the I (
"National Guard, march, ceeding Bobby Rogue, who retiredto of the organizations composed of
'\, bounds of the country, the greatdemands '' "Southern Belles Caprice," (Mc- outfield. Immediately the Dla- ; both growers and shippers of fruits i
of the automoble and I Miss Ruth Strffanl and Mrs I
1 Gaughey-Band. mondbacks Jumped on him for and vegetables still in existence
II airplane Industries as well as the Concert on mlnlplano MiRhlnehold '. I 1 land after fifteen Florence Krrcado. Props. ;
two runs. They got their final going strong
manufacturer of plastics, can be I \ pair of scores in the sixth yean of service to its members. .. --
.1 met, It was said. "Roses of Plcardy" (Wood)- -4 T,
Should an emergency arise wlth-,Jamie Richards !
ing the near future necessitating "Little Annie Rooney," (Nolan),

the use of huge amounts of rubber I "Daisy Bill," (Dacre), "Carry. Me
while the castilla trees planted in Back to Old Vlrglnn,' (Bland).
Florida are growing up more than I"Blue Danube,"' waltz, (Strauss)- LEADERSHIP IN VALVE
100,000 acres of these trees, all Glee Club.
north of the Panama Canal, could II

be utilized Immediately It was' Last Kites for Redland I

Extraction of rubber from goldenrod Woman Held at Miami

4 was one of the dreams of
Edison. He worked on this prob- Funeral services for Mrs. Lillian rw.

lem during the last ten years of' Isabelle Sweeting, 58 who died +' i t
his life without success, conduct-I April 7 In her home In Redland.

ing many of his experiments at: were held last Monday afternoonat
Fort MyersNEW. I the Seventh Day Adventist I
. Church MiamI. Burial was In

Graceland Cemetery, Miami 4, t AOl ,. 1 t i iI
# Mrs. Sweeting died after a brief I
Illness She wa a native of Nassau -I II III
and came to Redland three

years aao.Surviving.
(Continued from Page One) Mrs. Sweating are her I I

Bursar: gave a.mum of the cham husband, Thomas Sweating. live-
I If
ber's" 'activities -and accomplishments sons, John, Randolph, Douglas and!
for the year. Among these Charles Sweating of Homestead f I III

were co-operation with the countyin and Ruppert Sweating, Miami(; five r
getting title to the bayfront park daughters, Mr. Janet Seeds Mrs. :
east of Homestead donated by Mary SIsk, Mrs. Georgia Mostey.
;James Sottile, Sr., staging of the Mrs Laura Octavus and MU 4ii

1039 fruit festival; and purchaseof I Dorothy Sweating; and a brother [ ,Yrlr[ Fiicnal
a permanent fruit festival site I Harry Robert. : tUltHIMSI Chevrolet Is first In sales because It's first In aa1Ha salsa arrTY j
County Commissioner J. D. ,, F?[?
I I ** H MM* isms In acceleration first In hill- '
.. Redd announced that road work Ponce de Leon Hands styling-first -

preparatory to development of the I it' climbing-and first In value In Its price range' !
park, had been started. He also : Redland 2nd DefeatFor I II -
said that the lighthouse service I Again the people of the nation are awarding Chevrolet I
had written that it could not at the second time this season
i first place In motor car safest J
present install the lights at the Ponce de Leon handed the Diamondbacks an AFRO [inn -onto""" 1
I And the reason they are buying more Chevrolets I II ta
trance of Mowry and Florida a defeat Friday when: [cars. CAR" Flasarr
canals, even If the lights are en-I they clashed on the Redland field.The s.as.wn+a than any other make of car Is that this new Chevrolet .

"by the chamber and the county score was 1M and it was the 1 I gives them more of all the things they want In a ;

had been-offered. aLtixbme this japaua Rodland: was 1 motor car;:at lower cost, ;

No action was taken on a 1 on the 'short end of final tallleej 1- Visit your nearest Chevrolet dealer today! See, i '
.tion made by Dr. L. C. ea-j Two weeks ago the final countwas'12 <
drive and the nation's fastest motor
buy selling: car
: that he be sent to the World's to 3'In' game between the! anal saTXcarnostrt
and the nation's biggest dollar-value! noise l
at New York as ambassador from] two teams. I causes
this section. The Cavalier shoved< three anus a NFRl [a .1

Request that the chamber contribute -] markers over the plate during the I CHEVROLET- '
$50 to b* used with equal'first half of the first Innln,.' The J. :

: amount from the city and the home boys, however, held! up their t
Homestead Townsend Club, in purchase end during the same period by an- t. rW O.V Uw-frl i Cm b.aidwa
) of a public address' system nextnf two,tallies. In:the-second l : efRFceF'ALL'THAT'S REST'AT LOWEST COST !
for the speaker's rostrum In Legion heat Cohen Leggett hit a borne runJIomestead's t lnalll' lUlU -

Park was made by Stanley F Matthews ,
president of the Townsend
Oldest I
Club. The request was referred to

the On board motion of ,director duly carried for action, action I Barber Shop II I All Chevrolets Are Shipped to Florida..

was proposed deferred fruit on theft endorsement bill sponsored of a D. L.. BOWEN\ : Not Driven...So "They Come to You Genuinely NEW!" /
b ythe Florida Avocado and I,

alan Lime Growers. h..1 Mew door la couth new quarters of the First three j jI

Opening For Foundation Exercises Set COOL MUtwal AND 8ANITAKT Bank {Bird Chevrolet Company

I Expert cud eoorteoa .er.ee. 13 Ft. K1OME AVI. FHOVE LOfit'
Lakeland, April 13.-The chapel: A trial win be predated. I
designed by Frank Lloyd Wright, I


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THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE' f LON IDA4 411 Ar +iG 11 Little 'f4g

f.wiJ.d, FrId.re at Fla.b .i'
the a.... Dade eswbhtas C.
fa.A.7: Bird
arts .UCII -- ---- 1<11... I .

rAJOasg. LEACH ARCHRRAA.elste 1<1-1 I IRat"
I Told Us

a. -d .... aMI m.Hn
"..r" 16 Itll.. at th- ." ... at
_...a4. ,....... ..... 1M. ad ., -'f ATffi e nolaepen cut ou'l;
rarer 1. 18116stJSCSIPT1Olt on trucks motorcycle had cooter- .
"ns" bikes i* giving Homestead such a
I* D4 ..at. II." bad reputation with overnight viii.'I
0..... .! .... OMMtr._ II." be law *
tori that "there ought to a .
it there Isn't one and if there IS, ;,
it should be. Invoked. :
U. S. Will Boys, .. *
Girls Week
I THAT it should not require tap

Indications from all parts of the I services of an 18,000-a-year execu-
United States are being received tive to tell under the market to a

_ that the observance of Boys and I chain store system.
Girls Week April 29 to MJy 6. will *
be more widespread this year thanIn THAT the metamorphosis of 40

any other of the 16 years since I p r cents-an-hour laborer; Into $12-a- .
the work was originated, accord- ,}> x' t day stone masons necessary to con
Ing to Information received from 4ToZO. form with WPA agreement with J.
John L. Griffith chairman of the union, can well explain why some
National Boys and Girls Weekcommittee projects drag along endlessly-*s. d
for the United States I pecialy with only three working .
The American Legion, the National days a week. ..,f
Committee of 4-11 Clubs, .=fGsl L *
Rotary Club, Kiwanis, Knights of zoiivrA00XT THAT any proposed law which
Columbus 1 Lions, Exchange, Order I would require all vegetables '
: I {
of DeMolay Salvation I Army, Y V46's:1 ._ ', .C/. shipped in Florida to be packed in "
M. C. A.. Boy Scout, and others I standard containers might give
report plans for unusually active < more employment to the packers, 1
participation. I I l\ UNIVERSITYHOUEO but it would eliminate the cash- "
Boys and Girls Week ls the out- s on-the-barrel-head truck buyers
11'0th of Boys Week which origi- ay MOOIlIp who ship in bulk and thus remove
nated In 1920 through the Rotary I PAlACE a competition that has had a
Club of New York and in a few THE nAO/JAIJ TREE 'N UN/YWSfTY Of TAMPA AT healthy influence on prices during .,
years spread to all part of the I tOfiWfA PARK, MIAMI Off CMwye TAMPA aoAsrr of ou& OF sre&vaetr the season just ending.
world. With the growth of Boys fou&s of tffrseesrTo ALL SPIOOlV.DINGS M THtS COUUfltVf 'h
Week there developed the feeling trA'lN LOYE,2STS 011BE.241.1 000,000 HOO.lZlSH CNUlTIONQVt.OINi THAT the mourning wreath
that girl as well as boys should TIlVN.f I2ESEMmlS CAPPED / y3 TlIlleS'QI.IS 7rIZedFr. hung on the door of a local business -
bo publicly recognized during the GOM/C srJr/P 4R4uNODwiiN Mrs 'oPrav tS aaio ou place last week was in loving
week. Since 1834 children of both a0
of the who
|memory ol one owners
L E..1"'NG n NI.IIV/MECS 0' I'lOCHf
sexes fiom about 10 to 18 of
age have been Included In years the ac- ...,...,,......................,.............................................................,...-.,........,,....,..-..,..YMY...Y,.........................-...........................N,,..... and had was just placed become there a bridegroom by bachelor
I friends.

The annual program in most FROM OUR MAIL BOX Leader-Enterprise: 1 I.." ........,......."........................................" .....
communities includes parade, I.HO. i I am sending one of my poems ;
pageant and exhibitions church .......................................................-..............,................................................................... which you may print if you have SITTING IN WITH
anti. cltlr.enahlp activities, health' room for It: I THE LAWMAKERS"
Fruit :Men
vocational and educational events South Dade Truck Growers as Well as
as well< as entertainments and athletic Urged to Attend Horticultural Society :MeetingMr. RIVER OF LIFEA I By Florida GILBERT News D.Service LEACH

The*. objects of Boy and Girl B. E. Archer Editor truck growers of South Dade will current that's deep and wide _.....__.._....-_.......... ............
Week are the following' Homestead Leader-Enterprise!, support this new section by their and long I Remember those stories of Scat
1. To focus public attention Homestead Fla. attendance at Its session. My major Flows down through life' river I tergood Belnes in one of the maga-

upon boy and girl, their potentialities Dear Ben: i I Interest however is with the program of time.Sometime. its, waters sines a few years ago? Scatter-
are muddy
and their problem, to:| I am writing you in hope that arranged for grower of and slow, good you recall lat on his store
the end that Increasing numbers you will put something strong In I, tropical fruit The place of meet- Sometime bright clear and sub- porch and waggled his bare toes
of adult may be awakened to the ( ing i II near enough to the Redlands but his shoes were handy. Justa
Joys and opportunities of youth this week's issue regarding attendance -; that It should be easy for grower*' lime. word here a hit there and the
service and Inspired to participate' at the sessions of the J'lorldal to go up dally on Wednesday and At time it flows filled to the brim outcome was what Scattergood ex-
t. To give Impetus to year- State Horticultural Society next Thursday for the sessions. I hope With human sorrow and tears; pected. He could think better
round; programs of character buildIng -I, week up at Hollywood.It I that you have received the program -| At times with songs of joy and when he waggled his toes and
activities for the general welfare announcement, a* I have not' pleasures, eventually other folks I came
of boys and girls: and to acquaint 1* eight year since grower I yet, so that you know just when Tuned to the music of many around.
the public with the agencies of the Redland District have had I the Krome Memorial Institute sessions -' lyres. i I Governor Fred Cone called up 'i

whhh are serving this purpose. :such an easy opportunity to attend are held. There will be one, Could we at the source of that Attorney General Gibbs and gave
3. To emphasize the Importance these meetings and to profit from i on each day. i I stream him an errand. Judge Gibbs appeared

of a sound body a trained mind I them. The program this year has : The selection of's meeting place,, Shape its course with kill and before the joint session of .
and spiritual growth In the com- been especially planned with ref Iin South Florida on the East Coast care. the senate and the house reading f I
plete development of the boy and''erence to grower Interested in I I. in part owing to my own activities That it might run through rich Governor Cone's message The
girl: and to emphasize the Impor- tropical fruit, and the Krome : and so I rveea considerable I: I Iresponsibility I valleys setting was novel In Florida legis i
tant functions of the home the: Memorial Institute will have two I, That are teeming with knowledge lation. The new house chamber :
church and the school in such de- session instead of one as last year. ance by growers in this section upholds there. is beautiful and dignified without
velopment. : All grower of avocado and limps my assurances to my colleague -i, ''I extravagant ornateness. It Is a fit
4 To emphasize the need of Instilling should plan to attend these sessions in the society. Being no Could we keep its water pure | setting for the making of laws
in the boy and girl the and take part in discussion of longer In position to make personal A* the spirit of God divine I I which may regain a measure of
hive of country and respect for It* problems with growers from other : contact with growers in the Red- Mixed with charity love, kind- dignity from having their Inception
law and established Institutions part of the date Of course! lands, a* I expected to be able to ness andBrotherhood In such surroundings.
and of bringing to each the real= there has been planned I good program -I! do last year I must urge that you I toward all man- *
sation of his duties and responsibilities dealing with orange and'' do what you can to stimulate attendance kind. I But let's get back to the gov

a* a citizen.Children grapefruit also but they are of from our growers. The would the water of the rivet ernor's message. There have been

............,........-.--.......-......NaNNN.. lea specialized Interest to our Very truly yours Of life be joyous and sweet sessions when such propositions as
growers in South Dade. I I H. S. WOLFE. I With nary a ruffle with both rill were made in that document would 't'
in Court j You are aware of course, of the Gainesville April 11, 1989. 'I and have aroused laughter and even '
IU Judge' Malcolm IlJlfield new departure on the part of the! I Hippie of rhythm complete. ,I catcalls. It fairly'oozed economy .
-..................... ............. I I society this in EDITOR NOTE W. ..... ., .. and "no more taxes." It acknowledged \I$
Never let
year endeavoring the water get clouded,,
In r ffMllv* may UnM Gran" the Intel new calls for money but explained jj
DELINQUENT CHILDREN'S I to establish a branch .... for .hl could
grower It I* to be hoped that. them trim his Miter I. .11. H... With high aims to how these calls
HOME CONDITIONS : Yam ...'t ulnd. IW.I i ii I brighten met without exceeding the appropriations :
Keep moving you never will fall, .
A cursory survey of the case histories of two years ago. And
of a gang of delinquent boy The Townsend Plan and Recovery There are pitfalls and downfall, senators and representatives listened "
plainly reveals the fact that they There are crosses, chasm and I with respect. Less spending
came from broken up. crowded and Editor! Leader-Enterprise: i I our living conditions. I bridge, less expansion surer provisions for
unhygienic home It was found It Is hard to understand why, For the past ten yean we have With care and decision cross them,, essentials were its high poinU.
that the parents of these boy were I 1 I most people want to condemn a watched both old parties in their Ne'er totter or stumble or There was a bit of a gasp here 'w
not only drunkards and thieves new Invention. The steamship the attempt to regain prosperity and tresses. and there when the message deviated j..
but that they were utterly unpre-, railroad the automobile the typewriter -i the only result of their effort has:, from the straight course and '*
I along through this river
pat>l to guide and direct their{I all new inventions, were been to get our country into twice suggested that salaries of elective
cfciklren. condemned a* Impracticable playthings a* much debt and to make three'', Of life let character shine. officers might be upped a bit because
The most patient of all, with virtue I .
Tie problem of Inadequate parentage and useless yet I ask you, time a* many men jobless. It can It costs more to live These i
I* frequently due to the lack,lf you would want to go back and not be done with i any old, past i And purity let it ever combine, ilx-dollar-a-ddy men could be seen YI

of parental education and to general live a* they did one hundred yean method; a new method must be I When we come to the river' dam I wondering where they might get 1
Ignorance. In many instances, ago! Nobody but a hermit would. devised. I where off being Inhibited from raising "J
parents arc largely responsible for Perpetual motion seems to be I Francis E. Townsend a quiet I I End life' journey here, their own pay and being paid 10
their children'* misconduct be-''the only thing God reserve for; mannered, country doctor through'i I And go on to that higher sphere,,, little In comparison that it Is almost "
cause of the example they set for Himself. All other thing' *Ian inspiration of God conceived:i may we leaveA a Joke to mention what they '
..tht'mno the home. When parent'CHANGE and man must change'i and brought forth a plan that Is', monument thus engraved, i I receive. If all the state departments (,'
art; unaware that children unconsciously a* other thing change or bei I not an expense to anyone but a' life well lived while here. were on their basis therewouldn't .
Imitate them they are i crushed to death by the juggernautof benefit to everyone two per I be such a tax problem. 1
likely I to give no thought to what' time. *cent transaction or privilege tax, -Myra M. Woodburjr. !
they say or do In their presence.No II I I By our invention In this country -i 1 to do business. This tax money': MiamI Apr. 6. 1939. There's this to say: If there I 11 )
I have displaced between'II to be distributedamong those I any extravagance la this session It

man hat come to true greatnesswho 'I, ,oooV-ooo: and 14,000,000 men by i I over sixty year of age but must EUlTOrSJ w 01. 1M NOTE_,to 01 r.......".*.!....shamI. and will be forced upon the legislature
ha not felt In some degree machinery. There I* only one be spent for useful thing within I oM raw" at her ..... an Caren" by political pressure from "back
That his life belong to the race.Phillip i thing we can do to correct this 1[30 day of its receipt, which, it _car "" zeta rams-ter ..... ..wI home." And this pressure has. alContlnued .
I Brooks![difficulty, and that I Ia to change I (Continued on rage Five) I I I -.I"...Miami.. Miami to BOWL ae sate rdatieea ( on Page Five).
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Friday, April 14, 1939 THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Paw Five
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wN.NYW.ININNI MNNN/NNNI W ates business to the extent of 39 average ability to accomplish stwfe-
FROM OUR MAIL x"l to 50 dollars or it pays that amoun a miracle In sixty days. >>' *, i iAt I
..........."..""......"'.I"....""..."...,.....,,.W IIN"..1 IOf debt or wages. I a working organisation both

(Continued From Pago Four) I I I The deposits In the banks are. group have started well. Com1mltteos : GOOD USED CARS
must be admitted will put moneyin not money, but the hcka out of. have been well, chosen.

circulation. The dearth of the your check book are money. Th I j|Senator J. Turner Butler Is an ablman. .... ... .. ..,
... .. ..... .. ..._ .
'check books have' U -- "" -''''' ''' '' "'"''''''''"""''''''''' '' '' ILW' "'' '''' N
circulation medium hoi stopped show that you preside over the upper
the wheels of progl'el.ln our coun-, a credit, and when given: make house and Senator Sid Hincly is
try; someone must be required to'business but money in the bank'Ian': able pro tem. Representative ; new
distribute this money, and who Is of no. more good than a pile of(,G. Pierce Wood has already demonstrated paint; motor excellent; good tires; steel
have we who are better preparedto rock or lead. The Idea is that th :!,, his ability as speaker body; Fisher no-draft ventilation.
do this than the aged We have' turnover of money makes business,:and his pro tern, "Economy John -.-.-"'NxNNNN.pNY"........?-'"'..........'''''.......-"............. .
learned that when $200 each''and the more rapidly money turns S. Burks, U an outstanding lieu i
month is placed in industry -It over the more business tier Is tenant. I 1938 PLYMOUTH SEDAN; (rood rubber; paint
makes a Job for one working man' in a given length of time. In 1929 I e good ; motor runs like new; steel body and I
to replace and put back into mar'the turnover amounted to $132 for There is a veritable deluge of I

ket the lame articles. We have every dollar then In circulation. bills but none of them so far very, top; upholstery clean. ..... _.. .. .., I
I also learned that It requires $20U When this stopped business n'P-1 i surprising Most of them have I
'1 each month to provide a man ort ped and the result we all ,been aired through the press: 1937 CHEVROLET lE LUXE SPORT SEDAN -
woman with i living such as civ-!' It you want to become belt I Schools, organized labor, citrus I
j llized beings should have at this acquainted with these facts in relation racing, slots, chain stores revisions I ; motor worked over ; seat covers; ;
period of existence '> toour government buy,of legal procedure conservation paint fine; steel body and top; Fisher no- w
_ The annuities spent for articles Townsend literature, join a Town- more freedom for wives gas tax,I draft ventilation; perfected hydraulic ;
of consumption make a demand for send club and study-economics. It .allotments-these and a few I

more articles; the demand for more I you do not want to be Informed I!' are tops. s NIIN IILY"brakes...._."""'""'"..".""...".."',.'''....''......'".'''........,.."...''"""" (/IWI.INWN "
! articles makes business for the but wish to hop along In the rut' e I

! wholesaler; the manufacturer must until the cycles of time crush you i And now a word or two for Tallahassee 1936 CHEVROLET STD. COACH; radio and
supply more goods to the wholesaler we can not help you. Any common .
effort has
Every been
other accessories; U. S. Royal deluxe tifl'1tnearly
layman can explain the Townsend
and the factories make a demand :
made to treat the legislators, the
for more raw material In plan, and even the best statistician attaches, the press and even the new ; paint good; motor perfect ;
this way it is ascertained that con not argue against it. lobbyists right. Exorbitant chargesare Fisher no-draft ventilation; steel body and
every $200 per month spent for C. A. POORE. i not in evidence I
goods makes a job for an unemployed -.Miami Apr. 8, 1039. Everybody Is polite and anywhere willing to .".."..."."!top.,,.,,,.,",.," ,.,..." .,II',,.. .......,.,..." ..,." ,,,..,,,,.........,,."......,.."...".....,
man. We are informed ..,...."' .........,,,.."',,..... .............-.........".. be helpful City Manager Ford,
that one out of every sixteen, always affable and helpful. is actually 1931 FORD TUDOR; motor excellent ; tires i
people In the United States Is 60'' -SITTING IN WIT ', outdoing his average to fine; paint very good; clean ; has been in
or more years old. If we have THE LAWMAKERS" make you feel at homo The only hands.

128,000,000 people In our country: .. .... ... ..... \ trouble is that they are about to "".""."..good.,,,,, .. ."""""..."........... .................".... "."""".",,,....,,,,,,,, "....."........
we must have 8,000,000 past 60 ......"..."......"._"."..... ... 1
be fresh out of rooms and if you
years old. When they spend the (Continued From Page Four) i i come up here without a reservation 1937 CHEVROLET MASTER TOWN SEDAN ;

make maximum $200 per for month they ready begun. Here and now I resolve you may have to sleep in the good paint; radio ; accessories ; motor fine;
employment 8,000,000 to be cautious in I
park. steel top and body Fisher no-draft ventilation t
working men. these men for they will CritiCIZilIa'l e ;
As there are about 4,000,000 of a heavy strain perfected hydraulic brakes. ;
these men and women working in sion. Asa group they are minded, From week to week I'll try to II......""."..."....""";...",.."'"..."..."....".""'."..""...."...".......,,,..,,................'..."" ,
get some of the interesting sidelights
the industries today they must towards economy towards the -
vacate their jobs and let those welfare ot the mass Instead oft' into this six column and ,half like PeteTomasello's We Have a Bunch of Good Used l
I a gallon
under 60 have their places. This special classes and towards a<
works a double benefit, because square deal for hat Fuller Warren'l out-of-door Trucks-All With 1939: Tags r
speech the of 20
they will get an annuity to live on, interest of the state. Individually)! on Inadequacy:
and their spending of this sum or collectively, they may be pushed stamps a day for a fullgrown legislator t
makes work for more of our un- oft this track but give them credit or Senator Hodges risingto -
employed.The now tor selecting it as their own oratorical heights over attaches.i
old theory was that we had chosen way. They represent a But this was a serious week and
Bird Chevrolet Co.Oldest
the strain terrible.
to save in order to create pros- people-even you and I-who was
perity. We now have to spend to have acquired a champagne appe- I r
create prosperity. If you put a tite but still possess only a beer Aha
hundred dollar bill In your pocket pocketbook. Not even a million "Can you tell me what it ii that, Chevrolet Dealer on Florida East CoastIn
, and carry it a year, it does you no dollar a year executive could bal- Brazil produces more of than any, Business Since March 1926
good, but If you spend the hun- ance "those twain" and we must other country?" ,
I dred dollar bill every dollar cre not expect a group of citizens of "Brazilians."-Ex.
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i Furnished Home and lot . ..... ;. .. . . . . $2,250 I II

I Two-Story Apt. Bldg. and two lots . .. u. u. . $2,000 '

I 150 feet fronting on Krome Ave., close-in; suitable for ;

"d apartment house or stores; all taxes paid through 1938 $3,000

Lot 75 x 100 feet-2 buildings that rent for $30 and $20 a. f

month, respectively . . u u. u. . $2,250; :

Close-in, unfurnished house, two lots, $3,000 with terms or for rent

$20 a month, year around.

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al I 11I1 III III"""1111111I11I11III"// II/III/I/ / LEGAL NOTICES -NOTICE._ CATES.OF SALE Aaalleatlaa' Of TAX No.CERTIFY 41N I.Notfea I I Wompui: "Ants are supposedto rl'- Zlmplr: "Yep; but they still

II k hereby given that James' be the hardest working ) I teem to have time to attend ill
20 Lowe baa rated with ana written Mqnat In the world." ,picnic"-Ex.
Years Ago that aha tai coitlflaatot together with all,
1 NOTICE OF SALE OF TAX CFRTIFICATKH. .ubMqo.nl omitted or knlad texas iaelnoV
: Application N. 4 S
I Inc the year Hit held br the state aa advortlaad >,
I H. la hereby liven that hen OraFraamr and sold to the blirMat bidder for
1/111I1111// / III 111I1111111I111I11I11111I/ / / I baa filed with ina written request. rash aa provided br Chapter III94, of the
that the ten rartlflrataa favethw with .11uh.eq"at
1M7 Arm of the Lniblatura' upon the fol.
The flowing home ara <- caw ., omitted or kroM ...owe...'Inelud1KI7 ....- k wine described real .uu la the i Bring Us Your
1 1. rear 1989 held '" the B N Cou.1I'1
at Ntat. of towltiLot
7 !!. Inm film .. tKa nm... .m, ........ Uada. Florida t
end euld to the highest bid.ke for .
I, Blnek Lincoln Park Add. to
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enterprise established II. la, "ll ,
/ .
.h an or.vlded h. Chapter 181M. of the .
Homestead The Uxea to ba sold ara avl.dennd
ea 1M 5.516 Flarede agents and .
Acts of the Lnrblatura, the '0'
upon br Orllfloato/ No. SS of
MI and
merged Ort If, IMI, with Uw ._
''owl.Ihod/ mil wtata In tha Cou.1I'Dto.
taxes for the lull and
represents roan
.of .... State of Florida, to-wit l I.>4 to III*, both Inclusive, amounting to Persian] LimesWe
I Lot I. block 14. Boulevard Addition The ISI.*4.
April II 191 I tare to ba sold arrnktaliead br Ortlflrato Lot 4. Block S, Lincoln Park Add. to'H.
-"Th. Farm Life School closed! N... 1161 of IVI4 and m>rwnu ta.M for ............ Th. taxes to ba sold' ... ark
( the years I'M to 1M9 both Inclusive, drncad br Certificate 1>10. 61U
of loll and
Friday April 4th The class pro-I amounting to Itl.M.
moted to the high school having I) Late KJ and IS. R L. Moe.,'. Ind A...... represents I.I4 to ltl taxes'. both for Inclusive the ran, amounting 191 and to
The taxto ba sold ara evidenced br Caritlflcata N7S hare orders
completed the grammar school! I more than
No. .stl of 114 and rrpimanta'taua
Lot 17. Block S, Lincoln Park Add. to
studies Is an excellent one, both In' for the years 19:2.924.: I8SI. both I.. Homoitead, Th. taxes to ba sold ara .vl.d.nc .

quality and quantity and Is composed -''ekulM Raid, tax amounting Mrttflcaua{ together with allsubsequent I .d. br CVrtlflrala Lease for No.the W9S of 1981 1811 andrepraaanta and we can fill. We invite you
of nineteen young ladles and omitted or levied learn will br ai4 to 1919 both lnclu.lv.' amounting to
sold to the hlih al bidder at the Court 14 40. I to prices with
gentlemen follows Vernon compare our
as :
House In Miami on the Ird dar of M... Lou III to (I. both lnclu.lv.. Block 1,1
Pike, freada Robinson hauls 1.11. beginning at the hour of 10 o'clock Lincoln Park Add. to HomMtmd The
t 0. at. thereafter aa the Mme taxes to ... sold others.GordonHobson.
Overall. Ida Wald, Pearl Hill, mar (dserreached :In dueurea.. No. 61S4 of 1912 ara evidenced and br Cartlfl.cat. '
represents UIMfor
Annie Bell Wright Anna Maude Dated .t III.ml. Florida, this the Illh
the r.... mil and 1014 to IDI9, both
Shepard Fanny Tedder Vemlce day 01 April lnclu.lv.. amounting to 991.90.. 1
Hearn, Joseph Johnson, Wilbur Al-! Circuit Court Bald tot omitted certificate or levied together taxes with will allsubsequent baold

bury, Buel Robinson Franklin Dada County, Flo.l.... to the hlvheit bidder at the e_
(Circuit Court Snit) H..... ,la Miami on the Srd dar of ..... Inc.
Wever Lionel Van Winkle Harry Br JNO FFNNO. D. 0.uHl.k 1939 beginning .t the hour 01 10 o'.lock ,
Fitch. Haley Burton, Kestner Lay Apr. 14. 91. t,j. fill.Notlco i. .... or .. sane thereafter aa the aaraomar

Kelly Core, Harley Pcarce. I NOTICE OF BALK 0' TAX,CF.RTIFI.Application D..be... reached at Miami In duo Florida emir, *this*. the 12th I Growers, Packers, Shippers
(;"TEI. N. UII
dar of April. 1939.
-"W1l1a Caves will accompany I la hereby linn that J Is... I. E. H IFATHERMAN.
Miss Helen Richey to Tallahasseethis Avery ha. filed with ma written request Clerk Circuit: Court, I Naranja, Florida
I'h.t the tax certificates. together with .11
I Dada .
year! and expects to take up nubmurnt. omitted or ,Inlrd tail Inelud1 Court Sent Countr Florida.lClrcult

domestic science"i i 1 I Iin. the year UI'. held br the State ba llr JNO FFNNO. 0 C wMa'v -.;
I| ... .d'j .. ..
'1. and sold to the hlirlmt bidder Publl.h Apr U, I :. 1',19 '
-"Floyd Little who has
rash a. prxviilrd I br Chapter 19399, of the
returned from France, Is spendingsome 1911 Acta of the LmLlatura, upon the fol.I I -
lowing drai"rlbrd" real, estate ,In the County
time with his parents j of pad. Htata of Flurlila. lo-wlt: tt
-"Mrs. Joel Davis Sunday school I Luta I to 111. both Incln.ln. block
Pln.h".... Plat Book I. Pan 1 ITT ThI Featuring
class lave a marshmallow roast at taxes lo ba sold ara evidenced br Ortlfl-
the school grounds on Thursdayevening" I rate No. St41 of ID*] and Mpmcnta taxa, '
i I for the room IMI to I91, both 'lnclu.lv.I ..
I I"This ajnountlni to I17H 24
I I I Lot I*, Block I, .h."I. Plat Rook 1,1
been a big week In
'. Pan 177 The taxes to lie sold ... .v|.
tomato shipping circles, the cars dram br Tertiflrata Na M4! of Inl andI
rolling out faster than the I I represents team fur the yon lull to Ulll,' .
average both lnclu.lv., amoiintlnt to SI".41. I
person can count The Homestead Lot 90. Block I. IMneh.ir.t Flat Book I.
Growers' Association will probably -I I Pan 177 Th. taxes to be aoM act. SAED
I danced hr Certificate No II'07 of 1:3 and
top the list, with between: rrprMrnta taxes for the rmn I'lDI to liJ9, CTIDN5
twenty-five and thirty can to berth lnrlu.lv. amnnntlna to 1974
Lot 21, block S. Plnohunt Plat Book I
their credit. Their average out Pin 177. The team to .. sold' an avldenrad .
put remains five cars a day although br Cartlfleata No. U44 of UdJ andrepresents
team for the yon nIl to 1939.
there have been days when both Inchwlw. .mounting to 810.45.
the thirty packers have exceededthis L.A. as M 34, both ,Inctue1", Block 1.1
pl..h..t. Plot Book I. Page 177. The
Chase It Co. have also had taxes to be Sold ... evidenced b. Certificate
a rush week, getting off In the No. It4 of IMi and n pr..nta texas for
I the roan loll to IMi both lnclu.lv.amouann ." INBOARD POWER SKIFFS
neighborhood of twenty-five cars. to ISO.ISLota .
The Standard Growers' Exchange i la and 1i.rlH.Ii.! '. Adda'i
to Hoimtead Pope a. Thai
will handle a total of ten taiM to he anld ... avldcnrod br Certificate. ,
cars this week The Florida No, 10693 of 1927 and rt-prmnta UIM
the years 1924 to 1119, both $,.i..t'i!
City Growers' Association has got am.mntlna to SHOI, I
Into the swing, and with only nine 1 Aid ua cntlflratoa tncrthn with all:
or ton packers will .uhrgwnt ""i.'I 'h'bldd.l Uxn will! buaU
by to the at the (ourt I
get off fifteen can Saturday I House In Miami' on the Ird day of May
1HI beginning at the hour of In o'I..k
mons and Moritz i .
a. m., or se so.m thorcefter as the "ant
has all Die tomatoes It can handle I ,1 may be reached in d.m eourm. i t T v
1>.,... at Miami "lold.. this the 11th
and will forward six cars this; dar of April l"8G f 'suetia.3

week The total shipments of B MEATHFRMAN:
Clerk Circuit C"urtDada .
the Homestead-Florida
City area County Florida
this week will range upwards of i(Ireult Court 8r.1'l lI '> a
I lIe JNO FfNNO D e'
ninety cars Including the Hardce I| Publish Apr U 11. si uao

crop and other independents ,",

-"Fred Pennington Is the proud I

father of a young lady who arrived
on Wednesday at the Florida City) rr" II Ask About Easy

hospital." Time ? ll"le..tJtLOWES

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I 12-ft. Length 14.fi.: Length IG'ft. Length

.: ;Yellow Jacket Yellow Jacket Yellow Jacket

tilarft, ui uforl

.1 Avocado and Citrus puu9.. J.RtUCl.NOW .

i Growers I NOW NOW

I.',::1; We are now stocking: ;995012450 14g



I' new form of nitrogen that ?allow Jack' Sea Sidle itatur the best In construction and materials Finest whit cedar

planting with oak ribs. Powered with air-cooled Briggs and Stratton motor Rope starter

does not leach from the soil traUtJa magneto 4-cycle. head motors. You get up to 60 mile on one gallon of goto

.Un.. Take advantage; of these lower-than- prices to own one of these handsome boatel
as fast as some inorganic them Sean Goods Street Floor.
I 8.. on display. Sporting Department

3 forms of nitrogen. Ask about

the price of this new form of

Iw plant food. 14-FT. CLINKER BUILT SKIFF


Ii I III. UgH; speed boat. Clinker built ei whit NOW

i Florida East Coast Fertilizer Co.. planking, with oak rlbt. cedar 6910




.. Biscayne Boulevard at 13th St. Miami Ample Free Parking Space

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April U, 1939 THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Page Severi

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.>tle la hereby Sly m that Mary 9. f "
By Mrs. W. \V. Sewry KOTIIR or AfTMCATION FOR Moorhen holder aa nMtmaa of CUy <4
In and Around r .,.- TAX DEED. File lll'l Miami is. CarUflcaU Numbered 11II0111. J a
I dated Uio and day of June A. bad
. Notion a) hereby gives that III... A. I.M..b. Nr..I:
filed Mid CorUHraM la and hoe j
..... ......... my
Mrs. Albert Oxland arrived from ai aaiiinaa af City nf .... application fur tax dead to" bass i
California on Tuesday for a visit Miami Tax KrtKlral.I Numbered' 'h"1 th-r.ua la amonlanc* with I.... Said On.UflraW .
datrt the h ( ;
41 day o July. A. D. 1918. wnhran the following OKrtiWd,
HomesteadMr. with her mother, Mrs. R. J. Shep- flint sold Geminate In my office and has property .It...... I* Pad County, Florida* '
made application far tat dow to Issue towltt
herd. thereon I In aonordanoa will law. SaM Cortiricate .
Lot II lau ft I ft lit, apauMineeauto.
arabracM the following duKrllK.prowny. Corivrf... Plot 11<.01& I. Pat. 141. I.
Rev and Mrs. C. O. trrtsr,J weft ......It' situated Data es.mw" florUa, ha City of. 1110..1 eolllllf ot Dads bate

on Tuesday to attend the annual Lot M bee I. f ,.-. ',..uldln.', Subdlttalon of Florida.Tho aaMaamml of Mid. properly Sadiethe
and Mrs. Virgil M. Grennell. W. Y. Bush returned Wednesdayfrom Corraeud Plat Sad. I, pan lot, CartlNcat issued was In tile Mm ..JUnknown.
conference of the M. E. Church at In the Clly of Miami County of Dado, ., hradoomnl .
Jr. are announcing the birth of Lakeland where he was a Vnl Mid CortlflraW hill
sate of Horlda.Tho
Melbourne. They were accom- roordlnl to law, U. dwl will '
Coy Lou a seven and a half pound delegate from the local Odd Fel panied by Mrs. Nelson's father .:fi't.of said property seder ..... tharaon on the act> day. of April A. ,
tHtughter: on April 7 at the Post lows' lodge to the state I. O. O. F the mid / issued was la Uw Sam. D. 1989. '
Mr. Rehme who left from Jacksonville of Unknown.U ,
Dated this Und day of Marrh A. D. IMS
convention.Mrs. .
Mrs. Grennell
Graduate hospital. Cortlllcate shall ba rrdmnrdaorordml rt'l.rk
for his northern home
to taw tax ilwl will issue thor
the former Miss Christine of Ch..ltlot.. :
U after having spent the winter here. on on the 17th day of May A. D, 1939. Pada Florida
Hughes. The baby Is named Coy Harry Tuckerman of Coco- Dated Uih 12th day of April. A. I). lillE. (Circuit Court tall County I
for her maternal grandfather.Mr. nut Grove Is a house guest of Mrs :. R. LEATHKRMAN."' :By N. O. TFRRFTT., D 0. "
C. S. Allen for a few days. Mrs. Blanche Chapman hat been Ch-rk Dodo or County Circuit Florida Court,, (Mar. 14, 111 I A".. t. 14. II, IM) ,j

and Mrs. Tom Richards arrived 1U this week with influenza. (Circuit Court Gall.
By N. C. STFRRETT. D. a .I
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from Milwaukee Thursdayof Mri. Ovelda Garrett left Tues- (Apr. U. I'. Ill May I. II)
last week to spend two months day to visit a sister at Canal Point Mrs. Lawrence Becker, assisted rll I It I
with Mrs. Richards' lister, Mrs. A. by Miss Isabel and Miss Mary "
Gram and with their nephews, J. Mri. Ed Chandler will leave Becker, entertained their little ..... \ ..
H. and Clarence Gram, at their Wednesday for her home in Crest- nephew, Ricky Becker, and a num- I

A home on West Plummer drive. view, Ala., after a visit with her ber of his little friends at an Easter I II
egg hunt on Sunday afternoon. y I
son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and
Wilbur Yentsch who has been r
Those present were: Ricky Decker : I
Mrs. Myron Grennell, Jr.
his home with his uncle
Jean Denby, Kenneth and 1
and aunt, Mr. and Mr. A. G. Raab,
Neill Deitz Jackie
Dickey Phyllis ,
Mrs. Ben Archer left for Talla-
at their home on West Plummer Phillips, Virginia Clair Neill and
hassee last night to spend the
drive, will leave Friday afternoon Diana Clinton. i
week-end attending the alumnae i.I
for his home in Loxley, Ala., for
college homecoming at the Florida ,
the summer.
State College for Women.Mr. L. C. Aldrich, Jr., completed a .I

R. E. Reed of Rcdland road has three-year enlistment In the armyat

returned from the hospital In and Mrs. J. Lawrence Scott Ft. Bragg N. C., and left for his A

Miami somewhat Improved in entertained over the week-end Mr. home I 1. "" on April 12. I TELEPHONE MAX

health. Scott's parents, Mr. and Mrs. JohnB.

Scott of Miami. Friday guests Misses Isabelt.. racy UccV' "rj
The Rev. and Mrs. A. M. Vivien/ at the Scott home were Mr. and of Miami were Sund,,., "It "11 Sferc9 TIicrc9 or Anywhere

left Tuesday morning for their Mrs. Robert H. Terry of Miami here. "
home in New Jersey. and Mr. and Mrs. 11. F. Mitchell of 1m'J) 't the Ohio Klvcr valley Hurricane, In New

Silver Palm. Sam Tomassl and his brother, :mains l Cy<'lune-rire- anywhrre. And aa soon *a the
Miss Marjory Jones who visited dliuxu! r occurs you know thai nklllcd telephone m..n11\
I Tony, left on Monday for Boston.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Camp Mrs. Howard Johnson and :3 n- be poi r" In to reestablish your vital telephone aervlre Because -
for nearly two weeks returned to Bell System lUndards, a toad telephone man I*
Ice Howard her
four month old]
Mri. Enola Smith, who spent
rood an)uhcre. lie work with Bell aUndarillied method
home In
her Washington D. C.
t daughter pent last week with [l" winter at Royal Palm Lodge, and tool, on standard equipment and apparatus with which
Saturday.Mr. Mrs. Johnson's mother, Mrs. Minnie is a guest at the home of Mr. and he la familiar on his dally Job. t

and Mrs. S. Holland of Coral Austin, In Miami. Mrs. J. H. -immons: a. Hut b why, wherever liter If a telephone job to do, hwIs

Gables have moved into the Bob prepared to work with maximum speed and ellirlnicr,
Simpson home on Coconut Palm I Mrs. L. I. Price who has been Mr* Frmk "tailings was a Lacked by all the experience and remnrer of an orfanlutlon -
drive and Farm Life road. visiting friends In .omestead left guest t/ednesdciy at the home six decades strong In arnica And though rraesrrk will
Tuesday to visit n daughter in MI- of Mr and Mis. W. W. Severy. continue to chance the telephone system, unchanged will Ire
Mrs. Ctna Stewart entertained'the ami. Later she will visit friends' Ali". S. Mattaon of South Miami I tho fundamental American l.lc.l of the telephone man, that

first part of the week Mr. and) in Jacksonville and a daughter! ,rived on Saturday for a week's yam know as "Tho :Spirit of Service."

Mrs. H. Zaszatek of Cleveland who' Mrs. June Baker, in Mobile, before -' visit with her daughters, Mrs.
had spent the season at Stuart.., going to Detroit where she Johnny Becker and Miss Ingcborg SOUTHERN BELL TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH Co.

.... Mr. and Mis. Zaszatek were chl'd-'will spend the summer with !brothers Mattson, before moving to Cape l I..r po..hd
hood friends of Mrs. Stewart in and sisters. Sable I for the summer. IlllIIllIllilllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll

Goodland, Ind. '
M"C: ;
Mrs. G. rr returned
The Rev. George Q. Coplin, pas home Friday from 1 tae Kendal hos- IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIiLC!

tor of.the Homestead Church of pital where she underwent an op-

God, J. H. Dodson and Henry Ku- eration.Mr. .

feldt left Tuesday to attend a state
ministerial association meeting In I and Mrs. Russel McGinnis i i

Orlando on Wednesday and Thurs and daughter. Jonnie, left Tuesdayfor

day. They are expected home Shelby, N. C. They were accompanied -
today. i by Miss Louise Dare-
ing. '
Kimball Woodbury; son of Mr:,

and Mrs. Harold D. Woodbury of' Theodore Franklin, Tommy Col-

15 Kimball street, Worcester lins and Pierre McDaniel arrived i5

Mass, Is spending his vacation home from the University of Flor-
from Worcester Academy with his I 1 ida to spend their spring vacation

grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry
E. Kimball, at their home in Na-) Miss Julia Benton who has been

ranja. Mr. and Mrs. Kimball area employed at the Variety store returned .

returning this week to their home,! Tuesday to her home at

11 Kimball street, Worcester. Newnan, Ga., where she will
spend the summer with her parents -
Miss Mary Dana Brown returnedto .
Tallahassee Monday after

spending the Easter holidays at her Ben Allen left Monday for Zeb-

home here. Ion, Ga.Teddie. -- --

Miss Geraldine; Ritz 1s == == 1
recuperating yourhome -
Bechdol, Miami, spent --
at home from -
an operation -
last week-end with his grandparents -
on her right which she underwent .
arm =
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Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Seltert.Homestl'8d. = .
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Hubert Smith, son of Mr. and e3- 3
Mrs Geo. Smith of Homestead. .
'was brought home from the PostGraduate => w Ili'lAtD9 are hundreds of reasons why you should own your --

hospital Monday. THERE

every one of them will impress itself upon you if _=

you will let us show you how you can build it and pay for it like

rent through a Federal Housing Act loan.

We will help you get the loan, help you plan your home and fur.

nish the best of materials to go into it. .,

If you own jour home and would like to modernize or repair it,

a FHA modernization loan will answer your needs.




"rye meet, mail order house prices" Phone 507-J Frank Skill, Owner Homestead, Fla.Itllllil111iti1111fA11111III .

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Pane Eight THE LEADER ENTERPRISE: Friday, April 14.1939

II .I . Social Events in South Dade . I


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attended the Walsh I Mrs J. D. Redd was elected The officers will be installed it
later senior
marriage of Miss Ruth Whit-i and Apr. H.-H. H. S. play.
Miami. She [president of the Monday Music was announced by Mrs. Grace
Dodd I School of Business In !
ney Towel to Leonard Apr. 14-Redland P. T. A. meetIng -
employed at the Redland {, Club at-Jte April meeting held I Murray at the last meeting of
Satur- was
B o'clock
took; place at ; at a p. BV
at the Homestead!j Motors, Inc, Homestead. Monday afternoon at her home on the season, May 8, at the home of
'day ornlng Apr. 14. Episcopal Auxiliary S. W. First street. Mrs H.
Church The Rev.'I I I Mr. Dodd is a native of Mulvane C. Mr. and Mrs. Julian H. Webster.
Methodist i
of the meeting with Mrs. Edward Stllin,.I Nichols will vice-president; Mrs. Webster and Mrs W. B.
James 1. Richards, the pastor, of,, Kan, and is a graduate Mills
Liberty Memorial High School Apr. 14.-Triple H Club dance; Mrs. Lloyd Deitz, recording secretary I will be the hostesses.An .
ficiated. at Homestead' Country Club. ; Mrs. George Frick, corresponding -
The bride ia the daughter of Dr.I I Lawrence Kan. He was employed Edward MacDowell programwas
and Mrs. John B Tower as a radio operator for the United May 13.-Joint covered dish secretary: and publicity ; given. A sketch of the com
brldgroom It the son of Mri. Thel States government before coming luncheon meeting; of Garden Club;; chairman; Mrs. A. W. Hutchinson poser's life was given by Mrs W.
Westfall of Lawrence, Kan. I to Miami in 1936. He was connected and Woman's Club of Homestead. treasurer; and Mrs. Frank Webb, B. Mills.

Attendants for Miss Tower were with several radio com- Apr. 13.-Dance at Country historian Dale Faust, a pupil of Mrs. Mills,
Miss Mary Bradley, mInd of honor,I pa_. iA Mia "*- V* optiwd a Club sponsored by Triple If Club., CLUBS TO GIVE JOINT played "To a Wild Rose" by Mac.
and Mil Jeanne Pnrman and Miss radio service shop with Redland Apr 16.-Meeting of Townsend ARBOR DAY PROGRAMThe Dowell and "Minuet In G" by
Annie May Booth, bridesmaids.Z. I Appliance In Homestead In 1937.A : Club in Neva King Cooper school Bach, the two numbers he playedin
S. Riles of Miami served as year later he moved to a new I auditorium at 2:30.: Woman's Club of Homestead the recent state contest in whichhe
best man and John Frey and ; location and his business now I.I Is I Apr 17.- Meeting of Garden held the first business! meeting of won second place.
1 I the L. C. Dodd Radio ,I its new year Tuesday afternoon In
Douglas Tower, brother of the known as Club In Woman's Club building. Mrs. G. I. Gault played two
Service He also operates on armyhurricane the clubhouse. Resolutions of respect ,
bride, were ushers.The i Apr. 17,-Pot-luck meeting oil I MacDowell piano solos, "Landingof
bride wore a white I crepe radio station here. Homestead B. W. C. In Hospitality for the late Mrs. Stanley F. the Pilgrims" and "In
frock cut on prince lines with all-|I I Mr and Mrs. Dodd are at home House ar6:30 p m. I Matthews, a pioneer member of Ocean." Mrs. Wm. Musselwhite tho

i white avceworles. She carried abouqul.t At 43 W. Mowry street. I. Apr. 17.-Social meeting of Junior the club, were passed. and Mrs S. L. West sang a vocal
I Confirmation was given to the''
andy ] Woman's Club.
ol roses duet. Mrs. Frick
gave current
(11 \PTER PLANS BIRTHDAY 18. of W. M. S. Junior Woman's Club selection ofiI
Quoin Anne's lace. j' Apr. -Meeting events, and Mrs Webster, the
Mrs A M Mrs
PARTY FOR sponsor.
) !Miss Bradley wore an nquumj-, I circles. I I serve1an 1 president, presided.
of the O. E. club and band|i M F White was appointed to
) i 'ins frock with white jcccssoric"- Ad Astra Chapter S.I Apr 20 -Glee '
'It chairman of Mrs. H. Collier chairman of the
frock pink'' its I| general the house
Miss Parmnn's was will celebrate twenty-sixth concert.
t crepe with white accessories and birthday at its next meeting, April Apr. 20.-Meeting of committee. Ii j Federated Music Clubs gave a re
Miss Booth's was chartreuse crepe,( 21, with a program the members'' rian Auxiliary at Ruehle presbyte.1 i Announcement was made that on port
f} with pale pink accessories i I i decided at last Friday's meeting.' Apr. 20.-Meeting of Homestead April 25, a guest day program on, The hostesses Mrs. Redd, Mrs
The church was decorated with I I I The worthy matron, Miss Alice I Home Demonstration Club at 1:30.: : "Composers and Poets" will be presented -' Sam J. Davis and Mrs. Deitz,
palms, asparagus ferns and Easter Maeomber. who is now attending, Apr. 21.-R. H. S. junior play.{I, under the leadership of served a salad course with hot
g lilies.I The ceremony was performed -1''the' sessions of the grand chapter: Apr. 21.-Episcopal parish sup- Mrs. W. D. Bishop. Mrs. Harry D. chocolate. The favors were bas
in the presence of relatives.of ', In Tampa, will give a report of: Wolfe and Mrs. Annie Butler will, kets of Easter eggs.
the bride.Following. i|:the meeting and refreshments per.Apr.. 21.-Meeting of Redland I be hostesses. Members present were: Mrs.
the ceremony members 'will be served. Home Demonstration Club at 1:30.: On May IS a joint meeting of the I Frank Webb Miss Bertha Kill
of the wedding party were I Present Friday evening were: Apr. 21.-Meeting of O. E. S. club with the South Dade Garden Hausman Mrs. Carl Wagner Mrs.
guests at a reception held at the Miss Macomber Mrs. J. P. Dye Apr. 21.-Meeting of HomesteadP. Club will be held in the clubhouse Lonnie Hood, Miss Rebecca Fisher,
home of the bride's parents. A ,Mrs. Maiie Day, Mrs. a W. Drig- T. A. In celebration of Arbor Day, and Mrs. Geo. N. Wakefleld Mrs. Wm.
white cake with favors was cut by ,gcrs, Mrs. Frank Schneider Mrs.R. Apr. 24-Meeting of Jennie a pot luck luncheon will be served I Flfleld, Mrs. C H: Steffani Mrs.T. .
Mrs Dodd while Mr. Dodd cut W. Mullins. Mrs J. W. English, Lobdell Circle with Mrs. Bruce The committee appointed for the J. Faust, Mrs. West, Mrs. Mus-
fruit cake. The table was deco Mrs. Frank Morris, Mrs. Lloyd Ennis day consists of Mrs. Bishop Mrs. selwhite, Mrs. A. M. Logan, Mrs:
rated with sprays of coral vine. Deitz, Mrs. Geo. W. Turner Jr., Apr. 25.-Guest day program of L. L. Bow and Mrs. Preston B. Hutchinson, Mrs. Nichols Mrs.
After the reception Mr. and Mrs.I Mrs Harold Sheffield Mrs: L. L. Woman's Club of Homestead.Apr. Bird. Gault Mrs. H. Collier, Mrs. How
Dodd departed on a short wedding'' Bow Mrs. Preston B. Bird) Miss 28. -Meeting of Dade The club voted to accept the ard Johnson, Mrs. Mills, Mrs. W
trip, which Included a visit to the Helen Livingston Miss Lucille County Council of Parents and'Invitation issued by the Junior E. Rheney, Mrs. C. Hagler Rice
Singing Tower at Lake Wales. ) Drlggrrs, Miss- Hazel Sullivanand Teachers In Miami Beach High: Woman's Club to have a joint Installation Mrs Lee H. Lehman Mrs. Redd

\ Mrs Dodd was graduated at Chas, G TurnerMYSTERY School. meeting. Mrs. Sam J. Davis, Mrs. Deitz.
Homestead High School in 1936 Present were: Mrs. A. F. Arthur Mrs. Webster and Mrs. Frick.
Mrs. Bait, Mrs. Bishop, Mrs Guests of the club Included:
MISCELLANEOUS: :! SHOWER EASTER PARTY DELIGHTSST. Bird, Mrs. H. K. Foulk, Mrs. Bow, Mrs. N. D. Bishop, Mrs. Reid, Mrs.
GIVEN FOR RECENT BRIDE JOHN'S SUNDAY SCHOOL CHILDRENA I Mrs. Gatlin, Mrs. Logan, Dr. Irene Carl Anderson, Mrs Fred Redd,,
Mrs. Orlando Wollum gave n I Shanklin and Mrs. Wolfe. i Mrs Chester Redd and Dale Faust
miscellaneous shower in honor of mystery Easter party planned Ice cream they could eat. I
.. Mm Frank Irwin, Jr., a recent and directed by the Rev. R. F.I The younger group Included In [ 1'T YTTVmt.YYnYYVYVYTVVvvvvvvm..mvvvvTHE
bride, at her home, 26 N. w. Fourth Backford rector of St. John's addition to those named, Dickto
street The living room and dining Episcopal Church, was given for Wilson, John Foulk, Charles Gess-I I
room were decorated with Easter the children of the Sunday school I ler Jimmy Morris, Rebecca Brown DIXIE DRUGHomestead
lilies. Tuesday afternoon i i Martha Ann Lindsay and Jack,'
.I Mrs. Irwin received many lovely The motorcade left the church at' Morris.In I =
gifts from her friends The hostess 4 o'clock and by ft circuitous route the older group, besides the I Florida
and her guest, Miss Mary i was led to the home of Mr. and!I prUe winners were: Doris Warr,I ,
Hurst of Cairo Ga., served refreshments Mrs O. B. Parker where the front Frances Lamb, Wava Horton Vara
of ice cream and cake lawn was given over to the chil-l and Anne Rheney Ardel Parman
Those attending and sending dren of kindergarten and primary'age Betty Brown Barbara Jean Wake-
gifts during the day were: Mrs. and the beautiful outdoor lIv- field, Howard Lamb Tommy Harris T SALE

Laban Bishop, Jr., Mrs. Nellie ing room in the rear was made the Preston Bird Bruce Scott,
'. Kendrick Mrs. Arthur Smith Mrs. playground for the older group. Frank Hagler and Surrey Rice, 2S
,I Ruth Scott, Mrs. Ceo. Hanson, : Little Patricia Walton won prizes Frank Hausman Jr., and Victor Milk of Tablets
Mrs N. P. Wollam. Mrs. Ceo. West fOil being the youngest girl present Morris.
i Mrs. Mollie Jackson, Mrs. Q. I. .and tor finding more eggs than I Present also were: Mrs. Lee H. and 35pint size Rxfl
'': Gault, Mrs. P J. Franklin Mrs. any other girl in the primary Lehman Mrs. Richard Huff Mrs
W. J. Clark, Mrs Frank Hausman, Milk of Magnesia
A. M. Logan, Mrs Tom Grant- group; Dickie Huff got the prize
: ham, Mrs. Truman Bowen, Mrs. for being the youngest boy present; Mrs. Charles Gessler Mrs. Ruth
Alvin Simmons, Mrs. J. R. Ballard .and Norton Wakefleld got prizes Scott, Mrs. C. Hagler Rice, Mrs. }
I' Virginia Walton, Mrs, J. E. Gau-
Mrs. L. O, Bullard, Mrs, Louise for finding the gold egg: and for f
Waldron, Mrs. Alex Lanier, Mrs finding more egg than any other zens, Mri. W. R. Bird, Mrs. Parker I II : fcon39jRsOcL
Dexter Smith, Sr., Mrs. Pauline boy In the group.In I Mr Blackford Miss Ellen Huff, -'
Illnman Mrs. Ted Thomas Mis Miss Rose Caves and Miss Alene'
,I I the older group Suzanne 'I
Mary Adams, Miss Mary Belle, Brown and Q. Lowe got the prizes Vercoe. ,
Gibbs Miss Nella Sault Miss Mary I for finding the most eggs and .f0s uwOOAwtr PAVSIZMasea/t
Bradley, Miss Helen Bradley Miss Betty Gatlin won a prize for find-
,I Ellen Vann. Mist Evallne Dl'l\in-I ing the gold egg. 1 Yeast Tablet HAND LOT/ON
Ker Miss Mary Delk Miss Vera The children-and grown peo-

+' Delk. I ple, as well-were served all the btaibaneKee p handy.M .

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ROOM MOTHERS GIVE REDLAND CLASS i t. kind? wi beau tify hinds.


I ; ; Mrs Curtis a Lee and Mrs.) Edward Wilson, Charts Goesnell, THERMOMETERBIGtubtKlenzo I IAbiuuUot

: Jesse Soper, room mothers of Miss, Philip Benson, James McCullough' I
I Myrtle Kerf oofs fifth and sixth and Joe Sage. I Place outside taker.
: i grade room In Redland Farm Life I II #d -oe / .year window lvet skin 2SASymbol
I School took the children Satur-I CUB TO GIVE ROfeftAM laee.venienla feelkyfit. ,.
day to the rare bird farm and I( ON BETTER HOMES WEEK: Tee etui Ms Alags atria yw
I stopped on the way back for an| A Better Homes Week. program bate sire a toe beet ejtaaSheika a Irfac 7Se.SoasizvCE-7
j egg hunt at the county park near I[will be given at the meeting of PwmoMol We*e. Ira Rubber Gloves CARBONATES 6
Kendall. i the Redland Home Demonstration easy to kondle sand looks lovely COMPOUND
i Punch and cookies were served''Club in the Redland Community raoommend L7
at oU ttmM We 4fACef\ .
\{ Those who made up the party Included Church on Apr, 21. Better Homes J Hm-sllp finger Effervescent.AUuluer. .
; : Mr. and Mrs Soper, Mrs. Week will begin on April SO.rDr. Shelton ThermlQue Croqulcnole Sf ', tips. Long lilt 6
; Wave .. Beneficial.
Let Miss Kerfoot. Nellie and Elm .n.n
Mills, Barbara Jean Soper, Lois t : Lane s__ '1'1.t. MiriiMlU CM- j
Odom Joy Carol and Janice Lee Leonard W. IIaskin"reeelad. j jGLASSES

France McVicker, Helen Gosnell .. tn pre &... .._ NUMBS BeAUTY
k' : Melba Collins, Jeanette Cowan I filII.. ... .....ri.. of II.,
Natalena DINatale, Lillian Chubb I: PARLOR i \ Have your lunch You'll enjoy our

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1 I Cow.$01.0 A. Ceeaaus..dil'ueteegM j owe.nop..e.e with us daily. service.
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Friday, April THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Pacts Nine



Mrs/S: A. King, Mrs. C. K Slaton,
I Social EventsREAL J The Girls' Auxiliary,.. a parti','Mrs C. H. Denby and Mrs. Alex Mrs. W. D Cheshire, Mrs J. a
] of the program at the meeting of,1 Lanier sang a trio. Dr. J. >E. John-I Pope, Mrs Tom Robertson, Mr*.
the W. M. U. Wednesday afternoon -,stone conducted the devotional C R Cruz, Mrs. J. Lee Smith.
and Circle Five furnished)]:Mrs. H. Collier the president, presided Mrs. J. J. West Mrs. W. L. Rosa
I the other numbers The G. A. i mond, Mrs W. Myrlck, Mrs. Scott,
LIVE BUNNY IS AN ENTERTAINERAT members who took part were June I Present besides those named Mrs. L A. WIN, Mrs. Alvin Campbell -

MARIAN ANDERSON'S EASTER PARTY V.nn, Lillie Little. Dorothy Kuhn, were, Mrs. J. C. Vann Mrs. T. E. Mrs. Annie Butler, Mrs. J.
r ,Mildred Greer, Doris Cheshire l Kirby, Mrs, Emma Wright, Mrs. A Tom Vann, Mrs. Lester: Lawrence,
One of the most Interesting ot Taylor Billy Perkins, Buddy Hin- Madene Gilmer, Maude' Rich and I J. VanMarter. Mrs J, R. Cham- Mrs. A. D. Smith, Mrs. S. L. West
.It. the Easter parties was that given man, Judy Keen, Bobby Harris, Wynell Shepherd. bliss, Mrs W,, D. Home, Mrs T. ,and Mrs. J. Lawrence Scott.

If'f by Mrs. Carl Anderson Saturday John Ruehle, Emma Jane Rives, Mrs. Dexter Horn, Mrs. Harry ............................................ ............... ........ ..ill.... ... .
afternoon, for her d'ulhter.Marlan.! Hunter Harden Howard Kirby Schauberger and Mrs. J. A. Hud- .
The rooms were decorated with Barbara Ann Shuler Fhillls Mul- son made talks, and Mrs Home,
!r. Easter lilies and other cut flowers, lins, Patsy Geiger, Betty Ruth

a.n and on the dining table was a big Geiger, Raymond Pierce Bobby P. T. A. TO ELECT OFFICERS I New and Used
Monroe, Given Pritchard J. T.
yellow and pink bunny sitting In a and AT NEXT WEEKS MEETING.
bed of Easter lilies Around were Ray Pritchard Hubert Nichols I
,- The Homestead P. T. A. will "*""""
arranged "little nests' containingwee Donald Gann, Jane Thurman,I ]
'I.. chicks and Easter egg candles Mary Joe Terburg Joseph Davis meet Friday evening April JI> to' APEX and EASY
-the favors for the little Frank and Donald Murphy, Ann I elect officers and to hear a brief;
" guests Reamer, Helen Tomerlin, Nancy discussion of the proposed bond Washing Machines
Caves, Barbara Jean Smith, Phena,issue to build a new gymnasium I
Each child was given, also a
Alfonso, Doris The entertainment of the I
y basket In which to collect and Caves, Julia Mae part $20
d Roberts, will be a presentation ot up
carry the eggs he found in the egg Betty Schauberger, Billy I program
h hunt. I Brown Jimmie Brown, Robin'the seventh grades dramatizationof
Field, Estelle Faircloth, Ferdinand. the Bull" Masks
On the lawn the children formed! Mary Carol,: APEX
Thurman, Bobby Nichols, Martha, and costumes are being made by
a circle to play two contests, ands
0g /Jane Gault, Barbara Jean and 1 the art department The play
the circle so formed served as a' Electric Refrigerators
o fence to enclose a real live white'' Buddy Home Joe and Gene Keynolds -, provides for the Introduction of u
Hutchinson number of folk dances by different
9 rabbit with pink eyes and pink-' Billy Bitty'
Skinner, Austin Chambliss. Gypsie) I physical education classes $90
Jt lined ears, that hopped about as j up
,Je the children played Joe Reynolds! Howard Dorothy Part and Vir-|
gmla and Marian Nixon. '
and Julia Mae Roberts won the" MR. AND !MRS BERNECKER
prizes In the contests. GIVE EASTER EGG HINT | HOWARD
s Billy Brpwn won the prize pro I TEA ON THURSDAY: Mr. and Mrs. F L. Bernecker I Radios $30 up
vided for the one finding the most entertained children, grandchildren -:
eggs in the egg hunt and Phena, All P. T. A. members ot Dade and friends at an Easter egg
Alfonso, the prize for finding the County are Invited to a tea given
hII hunt at their home Sunday. Nine 6 FT. KEKOSENEElectrolux
I by the room mothers of the countyin
golden egg ] dozen eggs were hidden and all of
Mrs T. E. Kirby told two Easter, the Andrew Jackson School in them were found but ,
lories I1 Miami at N. W. Seventeenth ave- RefrigeratorSightly
Those present were: Mi and'
nue and Thirty-Sixth street next
Children present were: Barbara \ ,
Mrs. C Albrecht and
A Margaret Used
Thursday afternoon from
Jean and Norton 2 till 4oclock
Wakefield: and Raymond Albrecht: Mrs Otto
Room mother chalrmen1will !
Dale Faust, Sally Suber, Mary
Lou Musselwhite, Ida Minger,' stand In the receiving line, | !Bernecker and daughter Jean. $175
I. Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Rutzke and
Mary Lou Lawrence, Ray and Fay An interesting program has been
", 'children, Richard Amelia. David
Paula i
1. Caplinger Kemp Jeanette, and Fritzie Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Each association will make Iden- ; Make your own terms
. '
' Bernecker and children Charles'
tification tags for its room mothers
- I TEANEI CLtB MEETS !to wear on this occasion I I1 and Elaine: Mr. and Mrs Jason:
,; AT WAKEFIELD HOME Avery and daughter Dorothy:
Homestead members who plan : L. KendrickOWNER
Mrs. A. V. and childien,
The Teanel Club, formed of I to go are requested to telephone Phillips .
, members Of of the former Teach-' 1 Mrs. Paul Reynolds room mother ;A. V. and Lorraine: Mr. and Mrs.l !
ers' Club and Neighborhood Club,' ,i chairman of the Neva King Cooper Walter Schulz, Mrs C. N. Henderson -
" met Tuesday evening at the home ,!School Mr. and Mrs. F. L Bernecker.'
I. of Mr and Mrs. Geo. N. Wake- I Fritz, Ernest Leo md Walter Sir! Odd Fellows BId(. Phone 45 homestead, Flu '

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Present besides
the host and ]Fleitas Circle will meet with Mrs.S. .
hostess were: Mr. and Mrs T. J.' E. Livingston: the Mollie Win-
Faust, Mr. !
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Julian H. Circle with W 3F
gate Mrs.L. D. Wyman;
I Webster Mr. and Mrs. W. E. and Circle Two, with Mrs J. A. I j
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!I I Everglades National Park project,
Of School Association
was described in an article In the
HomesteadUHigh-Lights Atter .1 I I Regional Review of the United I
x According to receivedthis I I States Department of the Interior
week from the commissionon I
i written by H. S. Ladd. In a diving
, secondary schools the South helmet Mr Ladd studied the

.. BARBARA, BURKE. Editor_._ -I I Association of Colleges and I'waters for the national park service
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Secondary Schools, at the recent .
Schools Plan Program garden Mrs. Mussel white donated I(homestead 411 Group' meeting the association in Memphis I "If the proposed Everglades park
1 toward this garden a load of I Homestead High School Is i becomes a reality the coral reef
Plans Exhibit 2
i : For Pan-American Day The second grade of this May undoubtedly will
; I ,I lrt.// continued as a member for the prove one of Us
also made a spelling chart of next 12 months I chief attractions," Mr. Ladd wrote.
:; 1 Doth Homestead schools will\ The regular meeting of the .
For the students who make I 'It is reasonable to assume that a
participate In an assembly celebration E the kite flies high, but If a student 1 Homestead High 411 Club was held Scout and Guests large proportion of the tourists
'" Troop
; r of Pan-American Day this makes a U their kite falls to In the 4H club room with Miss I which the park will attract will

+ morning There will be a flag the ground Eunice Grady and the new leader, Camp at Snake Creek Include Key Largo in touring

p railing ceremony of 21 natlona.1(, Mrs Dyes room has completeda .Mrs Bethea. plans"
11"r The flags of each nation study of the history of water Miss Crady told the girls that Under command of Assistant I _

; I made by the sixth grade In art: travel. The art classes drew pic- the exhibit would be May 2. In Scoutmaster Sparkman Holding

; clu .. The national anthem of' tures of this development and the the elementary 4H club room, Miss members of Homestead troop of Group Will Attend

each nation will also be given) pupils who drew the best picture Grady also discussed the exhibit Boy Scouts and two guests campedat II Diocese Convention

: The entertainment at the arena went over to high school where. and discussed the required work. Snake Creek from Thursday

will consist of: I under the special instruction of The girls are planning on havingan morning until Saturday morninglast Mr. and Mrs Henry Brooker
!,i Spanish and Italian number by Miss Williams, the art teacher, original song for the county week. have been appointed to serve as

" Frank Billelo made a beautiful 15 mural painting achievement day which will be The scouts who made the trip the official delegates to the South

" Spanish poem-Jamie Richards. held In Miami May 6. were Preston Bird, Roger Glenn, Florida diocese convention to be

r. Spanish dance-Charlotte Ge. Mrt Cooper's room also madea Goaldia Crennell Annabel Redd Ben Bechdol, Rufus Ashby, Don held in Sanford April U, 16 and

ronimo mural on Holland After a studyof and Julia Frances Sullivan were ald Houston Henry Peters Merle 27. The rector the Rev. R. F;

pry'; Dance accompanied by Frank Holland pictures were drawn chosen to be on a committee to Caves Charles Robertson, Jack Blackford, and Mr. and Mrs A.
: i Billelo (accordion). I representing various features of make the tags for achievement Harris, Lester Archer Ben Shuler R. Caves, also will attend the
':, Virginia Reel (representing America the country. The student drawing day. Carl Frederick Fred Rhodes, John convention.

1 .: )-eighth grade. the best pictures went to the high Pictures were taken of the group Little Billie Dickinson Allen Hastings A report of the convention will

r{ Kaka dance--eighth grade school art department where under and the meeting was closed with Eugene Jernigan and Jack be given at the parish supper to

. t Big Apple (representing darkest the special Instruction of Miss the 4H pledge. Rucker. The guests were Lake be served in Hospitality Houseon

Africa). Williams. they made a IS mural. Proctor and Junior Skill April 28.

The seventh grade English class, The seventh grade art class has Vote on Constitution Scoutmaster Henry Brooker, Jr.,
taught by' Miss Mabel Williams made, after a thorough study of was unable to accompany the boys,

has written a skit based I.n the birds, a 27 mural on the birds of Planned by Students but went to the camp Thursday
" story "Ferdinand, the Thel Florida. night for an Inspection He returned DR.R.S.AKERS
;' characters In this are: Ferdinand,! Friday morning, in each home Friday night and brought

Arnold Mcllwaln I Ferdinand s, room-both Junior and senior high back er boys who were DENTiST
Homestead Hi Netters
. : mother Virginia Kelley; the bee, school- vote will be taken x>n ed.e to report to work early!

. J. T. Pritchett; Don Juan Enrique 1 Begin Spring Practice the ratification of the proposed Saturday morning in Homestead. I Office' Hours: 9 a. m. to 5 P. m.

Rodriquez, Tommy Harris; and constitution. This constitution was The troop was transported to' Sundays 9 to IS
'. basketball has
Spring practice
other bulls In the posture, Ardclrarrrwn read and all parts explained in and from the camp by truck
:} Fay Pierce and Anna been started at the Homestead each home room on Tuesday. If I i Closed Saturdays

: Rlipney The masks were made' High School In order to select ten ratified, the election will be held' Article Tells of Life Free Parking Space

/i by the art classes I men for the varsity squad next the following week. The students Water Off :
; An explanation of Pan-Ameri' year, it was announced by T. elected will hold office for the Key 1184 N. W. S6TH ST.. MIAMI:

't can Day will be presented by the Bleler coach.Aspirants J'I remainder of the school term. According Submarine life off Key Laro.1 PHONE ttlJlConcrete
sixth grade In the form of a radio for the main to the constitution elections -
r piny I ) ere put through practice sessions' for the next year will be held''

i The entire program is to be presented each Monday and Wednesday afternoons the first week in May. The president EXPERT RADIOREPAIRING
on the outdoor stage. and I and on Thursday nights each year must be either any' ;

If will Inter be presented at a P. T. A, Inter-squad games are held so that Incoming junior or senior I

meeting the boys can put Into practical use II

t I what they learned. Eighth Grade Pupils Prompt service on all II

Art Classes Are Busy The spring work will continue Start Debate Series I
t until the end of school Until makes specializing on
On Celebration Work '
I then a check will be made On each ) automobile radios
: The eighth grade students are .
,, mans scoring ability and his general -
beginning a series of debates in
I Work being done by all Homestead
conduct on the floor. The ten
t} art classes. first to twelfth! men will be selected from a summary public speaking This is the first' L. C. DoddFlowers 'Ij j
time the students have tried debating -
grades, is in connection with celebration of the check-up. and they find it interestingas Bldf.
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Coach Bleier said November 13
of Pan-American i
Day. well as a means of Instruction Homestead Florida r
has been set as a tentative date
Some of the claws have decorated: Many different subjects are being
for the start of fall 1 practice Putting
with designs i used including topics of national
paper plates representative -
the players through their :
of various countries; state and civic Interest. I Blocks I
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paces during the spring Is necessary :::::
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some have drawn birds and animals -' A debate team composed of four -
, because the coach pointed! .
,of different nations; some I,!out. they will face formidable]boys from the eighth grade are h : Like thePyramids
have made flags of the nations; planning to put on a debate for I II
I l I rivals such as Miami Edison and f
and some have made checkerboarddesigns the grammar school students. at an
Miami Beach next
using the some motifs from I! assembly program.
different nations I I I
LIFETIME construction calls
Magazine Is StudiedBy
: \ Students Hold Easter I English Classes Homestead teachers attended the for' Concrete*Blankaw They I
I give'rod.toe-satisfaction I

.' :' ) Egg Hunt in Rooms i English classes of Junior and fellowship High School meeting Miami held April at Edison 8. 'I lasting qualities combined ,

? 'senior high are enjoying the studyof with beauty There are many r

if.4 Miss Ray's room enjoyed an Readers' Digest By a systemof Telegram to a friend: "Washouton The Laundry Frees uses- for Concrete Blocks in

:' i Easter egg hunt In their home room exchange one complete set of line; can not come" \ Mrs. Housewife your building plans. Ask for I
r Lift week. The children brought'magazines Is used in all classes, "Come borrowa } ,details- I
I Ii Reply anyway; Liar apm the w..hy ..r..bi.e.-
! colored eggs for the party and the thus reducing expenses The shirt". -Exroruuia. last, Ie do .. .... t i... ..wt._,
i. t grade mothers, Mrs Reynolds, Mrs. study of this magazine increases ...... ..._... Ie tile I
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H.n..ise monde
blot .a.ay Ie
Schauberger and Mrs O M. interest In current news at home AGS.1 O And with It eI' oM .1WyJ. I Naranja Rock Co.
; : f Cooper served cookies and punch.: and abroad. Vocabulary tests especially LAIIIN ws.b.--.abr.. a" ..-,...... ,
; The class Is sorry to lose Doris planned for English classes I
. Baker who moved to Florida City make the work valuable from THE iH1111AM" REDLAND DISTRICT Phone 153 I II

.1 and has entered school fiere! I I the stndpolnt of both oral and writ- LAUNDRY I Nanajsv Florida g.n. i
Class officers in Miss Ray's room ten composition. HOMESTEAD PBONS1 IS f fI gt

were elected to serve for the remainder -(I _"'".. ......_ .... ."...._.... .............. MMt.tr'
of the school term. The I

officers In turn chose a committee trww.t 'a, a,
r. to help care for the room. The PLUMBINGWork lA ANOa
" class officers are as follows, president DI
Margaret Barnes, vice-presi I MS

dent George Dickinson: and secretary -: Done Promptly I t w ra
Ann Horne. After doing a
unit of work In the study of Holland COt11

the student made I poster
E. Reed Wk-
of this country I
\ The class also was very sorry to
Kedtend Rd, Just Bo.lh ef
lose Its. pet fish which died re
cently. I Coconut Palm DriftIlo.eatea. I

The agriculture boys are help .
ing. Miss Jackson's room make a I
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39Homestead .
I an entry .e.
CAW I. t. fUMB N. !

( Brown's Drug testy!' l' ,sent carols NOTat essotO ,I\

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[ YI April 14, 1939 THE ENTERPRISE face Eleven


....... ...................... the said certificate .laaard wu In the same'

I aft Unless Unknown*add w law.rertlflraW.KM prowl'doll ... o KtfenMdaorordln *>crlbd t, CLASSIFIED ADSRATE

l cThe ::Churches .1 i therein, will be old to Ih. hlh*.< bifid*
at the Court House .not oa 1499 tint M...-I
day In the month of May which' h1
the lot day of May, I.... I I' : First Insertion 104 a line; subsequent Insertion
.AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA A... Dated this 2Mh day of March 1"1.
---- E. R. LEATHtRMAN.: 51 a line
Clark of Circuit: Court,
BArnSTCIIVRCHIIom Sunday school at 10. Dad. County Florida. ,

t l Dr. J. E. Johnstone I (Circuit' Court Seal, <
< 1
tutor. Sunday school at 0:45: a. (Mar. II : Apr 7. 14. II. >8. usr, I I ,

,, preaching at 11 a. m. and 7.30klmi : Florida City Community Church
a. FOR RENT Furnished 2-bed- SALE--Five acres, 3 miles
: ; B. Y. P. U. at 6:30: p. m.rarer -the Rev. C. G. Nelson, pastor. NOTICE OF SALE OK TAX TFR- I
I TlrilATKN. Appllralhin Sa. I room house, all electric, hot I north of Homestead business
services Wednesday at 7.30i : Church school at li) a. m.; preaching Notice to hereby alms that S H. Fltehl water. Also furnished apartment section with 6-room modern
at 7 30 Midweek Kai filed with m. written .request that. the
i, m* : p. m. prayers tax certificates ttwelher with all lukaaauMitemitted Both clean cool and comfortable furnished home hot and cold
.and Bible study Wednesday at or l Ir.led l ta>e> including the
rear, Reasonable yearly water 2-car work shed
Noah Peter.
,Goulds-The Ktv. 730.: 1939, held b> the state be advertised and or ; garage; ; t
on partor. Sunday school at 10 ...101 l l ." the highest bidder for cash .. pro.I monthly rent for both. Mrs. poultry houses; Urge family
".!,'"I ly Chapter 1IU96 of the 1M7 Acts of I
Eva Collins Federal assortment of fruit 85 large
at 11 and Highwayand
m.; preaching a. m. I Redland Community Church- ,the mUl.tur.. upon the following de-

:30 p. m.; B. Y. P. U. at 6:30' p. m."rsyer the Rev. C. G. Nelson, pastor. scribed real, ...... In the County of Cade.1' Biscayne drive. (m31)) bearing avocado trees, many ,

service at 7.30: p. m. Wedlesday. Church school at 10; Breathing at state Lot of in Furlda.Block !.to-wltl klnii. Court Th. t....|! alms rare trees, and ornamentals _.

I 11. Epworth League at 8:3ii. Mid to be .old are evidenced by (...111...... No. GOOD, cool, roomy apt. for rent Price 5.:100-50: down.
.MX of IMu and represents l*>*> for the $50: a month no Interest. .
week and Bible study Private bath reasonable rate.
CATHOLIC yean IM to 1089 both inclusive. .muon,"
Thursday at 730.: Ins to SO.M. Ask at Western Union. (m7tf Eleanor Froscher. Epmore drive. :
Church of the Sacred Heart_ Lot S. Block 4. Klnc'i Court. Th. taxes Phone 3521. (Apr. U-?!) ,
I I Ito be Mid are evidenced, by CrllflraM NoMl I'
!. E. Second avenue, Homestead; I'KESBl'TERI.SJlom.lt.ldltrome of llllu and renrmenta tams for Ih.yean .' FOR RENT-Furnished bungalowwith
1MO to lose, both Inclusive. FOR SALE Here three
Rev. James Cloonan, pastor. avenue at are parcels 1
it tog fireplace hot water
lo 96 It .mDun'"l ,
Sunday mass at B a. m.; week day N. 16th street. Bible school at 10a Bald tan certificates together will electric refrigerator and stove..1 away below value: A two-

at 141 daily. Sunday school at 11 aequrnt omitted or levied ta.ea will be Sold' story house with 12 roomer
an : m ; preaching a. m. Young
Fruit trees in yard. Inquire
I 110 the hlllMt bidder at the Court House In
Sunday following 9 o'clock mass people's meeting at '7:30: p. m. I Miami on the Roth day of April HIM, ....I Leader-Enterprise. celled, two Inside toilets upstairs

tommunlon for women the first a-lnnlnc' .t the hour of 10 o'clock a. moo or balcony; should rent fcir

unday of month; for men and Apr. 16.-The Rev. Ceo. ni reached loon In thereafter du eourM.aa the some nay b*I $360 per year. Only $1,230: 'nuh. I

nys, the second Sunday of month Harris Ricks of Union Seminary Dated at Miami', Florida, this the tth day, LEGAL NOTICESNOTICE All taxes and liens paid.

loly hour Thursday before firstMdsy Richmond Vs., will of April IDI8. E B. LEATHERMAN I 20 LOTS in Homestead mostly In

of month at 7:43 p. m. Mass preach morning and eveninf. I Clerk Circuit Court I OF APPLICATION FOR TAX Downer Palms No. 1. Many have
Dad. County florid.. DRAB: rile mil sidewalks. All of them for
irst Friday at 7:30 a. m Bencletlon Circuit Court Sell 1
Notice I. hereby liven that Fred Gibson
of the Blessed Sacrament CHRISTIAN SCIENCEApr. | By JNO FE1959.NNO. D. C. I II holder of State and County Tax Certificate; $2,500.: All taxes and liens paid. ,

,fter mass.3HUSTIAN. 16. Lesson sermon I Publish Apr. 7, 14, ... II Numbered I..... doted the Till dar of 70 ACRES on Biscayne drive near
August, A. D. loss hu filed Hid t.rllfl-
SCIENCE CHURCH topic: "Doctrines of Atonement NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR I cato In mr offlc.. and hu made application Modello one mile east of Newton "
." I I TAX DEED fur tax deed to low thereon In accord road only $25.00 per acre.

Flerrda and Cheats 17417-Art. *f lilt-Fll* A-S47S I once wild \\mw Bald Certificate embraces Phone 72. H. A. Cameron Homestead
I Notice I 10 hereby .1.... that Myrtle A.' the following described' property situatedin
dxth street Sunday school at Totem, holder of Btat and County Tai Bade County Florida lo-wlt Fla.
LEGAL NOTICES Certificate No lUll Weed the 7th day of Ut II, MMwa i Bubdn Pint Book S,
41 a. ro. for pupils under 20 I II 'lade
: years page 177, In the County of BUM of
Au.u.t. A. D. 1981 hu filed come In
if age; morning service at 11 I office and ha. made application for a Horlda.link, SEE AND BUY at Shanklin Variety
NOTICE deed lo b* booed thmon Bald Co Th. a.sreement of Said property under Grove West Florida City. :
'clock. Wednesday evening Rer- I NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the I I contracts the following described =m'l: the tertif/cato/ issued w.. ''n the ream, of

ices which Include testimonials remaining assets. a* per ll.t of THE CITI. In the County of Dad. Slaw of r (aTtO "
ZrNB HANK OF HOMESTEAD will boo I tO-Wit!t Union mid Certificate ih.ll be redeemed
and and
f healing experiences re- offered for M|. at public outcry to the E. ft. of W. 100 of of according to law. ui deed will blue thin- FOR SALE 3-burner '
narks on Christian Science, 8 p. hllhct and boat bidder for most at the', 10, 'P : Villa Helshte!A 11\Plat B.It: I on on the loth day of May. A. D. Its*. Westinghouse -
The public Is cordially Invited South door of th. Dad.. County Court House,,I'. pages IllO and IS7, In the County of Dated this tin day of April, A D. IMS automatic range, oven and
I Miami Florida, between the hour of tn Slat of Morlda. D.d.\\ E. B. LEATHKKMAN shelf good condition $6.50. Mrs.
o attend. and twelve orlock .. m, Saturday ",,,1119,'I I Th. ._m.nt of Said property Clerk of Circuit: Court I
11189 Th. aid a..... will ho offered for the said certificate issued WM In the some, Dade County Florida, Eva Collins, Federal Highwayand
sale u who).. The .....'....Iu'' bidder will,, of : Unknown Circuit Court Seal Biscayne drive. (mil )
CHURCH OF CHRIST be required to deposit 10'.1 hi. bid with tlnlmi mid rertlfleate hall b* redeemed By N. C. STrTlRF.TT D. C.
the Liquidator In the form of raih. ...hl..'B,. according to law the property deaerlbed J, Apr 7, It..11. IS, May I. ISIS
H..meltead-Flrst avenue and I check or bank draft uarantr.in th. peel therein will be Sold to the bllhe.1 bidder FOR SALE!: Tropical plants, citrus
I formanc of th. bid, th. ...remainder b. It the Court House door on the flnt Mon-l NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
W. Fifth St. Bible study at 10 i paid upon delivery, Bald, awta will be gold, day In the month of May, 1980 which 101 TAX DEED trees and tropics fruit in

m.; communion, fellowship and I without warranty and without racourw the let day of May, 1919 Chapter IT417-Acte af ItJS..File A-IITI season. Jungle Grove Redland
All bide I will, b* received object. to th.1.pp..1 Dated this' 15th day of M.rrh KISS I None kt that A.
hereby given Myrtle
retching at 11 a. m. of the Honorable J. M. Lot Comp., E B LEATHbRMANClerk T.lurn. holder of State and County Tu road and Plummet- drive.
trollrr of the Slat of rlorlda and al..i .nb- of Circuit Comets Certificate "' 0. 87911 .lulled th. lat day of
CHURCH OF GOD Jet to confirmation by the Honorable Jndin Did County. lorlda. Awiut. A. D. 1927. hu filed Same In my
of the Circuit Court of competent jurlidletlon. .i ,Circuit Court lean. office. and ha. made application for i tal
Hemestead-606 N. W. First The Liquidator reserves the right to By N. C. 8TERRETT TI C. deed to be Issued thereon Said Certificate

venue; Rev Ceo. Q Coplln, pastor nwt any and all blda. I Illar. 81 Apr. t. 14. II. least 1 embrace the following ......,bod property STRAY HEIFER at the Alpine -
A Hit of the wM. la on file with the
In the County of Dade. HUM. of t'I.d.
unday school at 945: a. m; Clerk of the Circuit Court at the pedal IN THE CIRCUIT COI'RT OF THE IITHJII J h.wit: Grove Dairy. Owner can

reaching at 11 a. m. and 7:45 County Court Horse Miami Florida, > (' CIRCUIT IN AND FOR 1 W M 10041 of N>4 of Blk tPara have same by Identifying it and
1'tI"I.'i{ :
list of the ami can be al5t 'BAN.1FRY ;
ere. .nd// PAIlll COUNTY FLORIDA. IN ( Plat Book I. pages lob.
m.; junior Y. P. at 7; children'smeeting office of the Liquidating Assent ( NO. I...... 117 In the County of D..... State of Florida paying for Its keep. (aU21)MISCELLANEOUS ) I
at 7 In parsonage. Prayer' Security Bulldlni. Miami rlorlua IN RK PETITION OF i I Th. .._.m..t of said property under
of them llau ar* available for inspection, ETHEL COOPER DEAKIN the aid certificate Issued was In the. same
leeting, I p. m. Wednesday. | by pro.pctiv pu..h_... TO BECOME A FREE DEALER of: Unknown
M A. SMITH, .. Llgulilator for I' FINAL ItRCRKR RANTING LICENSE Unless Said, certlflcat Shall hi a.dereard )
COTJKCH OF THE NAZARENE THE CITIZENS BANK OF TO BE(OM( A FREE DEALER I according to law. the property described HOME LAUNDRY Mrs. Grubbs
A. O VEAtH: HOIolI'BTEAD'I'S ; This matter oomlni oa for final hearing. therein, will be mid to the highest bidder ,
HomesteadThe Re*. W. J. (Apr 7, 14. II, l l and It appearing that mid ETHEL COOP.: .t the Court Hoots door oa the tint Mon. N. W. 6th St. and 8th Ave, corner

arker, pastor. Sunday school at ER DEAKIN has filed a petition' preying d., In the month of Map 1V18. which laIn north of Woman's Club.
NOTICE OF ALE OF TAX tlRTIFICATEH I to be mad a fee dealer, and hu Steve' lit day of M.,. IOO
:44 'e. m.; preaching at 11 a. m. i aotle thereof. In advance In ........n.* Dated this 'lth day of Min>h. HS9.B (aMtf)
nd 7:JO p. m.; N. Y. P. S. and Notice la h ';b'W. ;Hawks with law. by publication and that mid matter .1 :, B. LEATHERMAN.
hag filed with n>. written request that the woo referred to n mailer of this court Clerk of Circuit Court HOME laundry Mrs Jernlgan, i
union meeting at 630 p. M tae ocrtifleate. together with all subsequent In accordance with law who.. after taking Dad County, Florida
rarer meeting Wednesday wven- omitted or levied axes Including the Teat ...tlmon,. found that the mid Ethel Cooper (Circuit Court Seal 620 S. Krome Ave. j
Hit. h.ld hy the BUM be advertised and Dukln 'to entitled to be made a fees dealer Sy N. C. STKRnrrr D. C. I
)17:30p.m.: add to the highest bidder. for cash u pro. and to competent and qualified. In every r*. (Mar II : Apr T. 14, HI. 1811|
lded hy Chapter 1HBM. of the 1987 Act of sport to aka charge of and money* her WANTEDDONATIONS I
11'rl.oetothe Rev. E. P. Cowen. the Legislature, upon the following d*. own sass and properly and to ......m. a
free dealer, and. said muter bovine filed. IN COUNTY jrnr.Ei cciar. DADI '
.Ibod real sot* In the County of Dade.
astor. Sunday school at 043: Slat* of Florida twit: his. report and the testimony In said matter. C0(1NTY. rLORIP 1'1.' 9544.Re WANTED-Frame* :

reaching at 10:43 a. m. and 7.30m. Lou IS and 40, Block 1, Randolph S... upon comlderatlon thereof the find I... and Estate ofCtlARLF.S H Ft.T D."wd.NOTICE for glasses for children and ;f
Th. axes u h. Sold ar* evidenced by Certificate report of sad ...top ar hereby confirmed .
Junior meeting at 8:30; youngeople's No. 1771 of 1017 and represents IT IS. THFRFKORB. CONSIDFRFD OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION adults. Also baby. bed.. W"

meeting at 630.: Prayernetting I... for the yean It2. to 191*, both In- DECREED. ORDERED and ADJUDGED : FOR FINAL. Dim RAR1.RNotice ; Jane Nesbitt.
l that I will the
to hereby given en
clu.lv., amounting to ISIII. th.t the Said Ethel Cooper Deakln be. and
Wednesday at 7.30: p. m Bald tax certificate together with all iubamuent > she to hereby ranted a lleanM to becomes 1Mb day of Mar A. D. 18U. present to the !
Honorabl W. Y Blantoa.' County Judn. of .
foe dealer In accordance with the ."
omitted or lvled axes will be sold TUTORING WANTED -
Dad. Count,. Florida, Final Report .dV..h.
of Florida. and. tb* publication of a ny
EPISCOPALSU to the hi.hoot bidder at the Court House In upon
Miami on th. I.th day of April 18St. b*. copy of this' decree In accordance with the ." and ..k fur the approval of urn.. school and grade school subjects.Mrs. .
John's S. E. closing at the hour of 10 'clock .. law She to and shall become a foes dealer and apply (or Final Durham In the t-!
Second avenued moo oru H. J. Armstrong, A. B..
tat of Charles H Ely. Dmaud.Oaud
: I
the laws of Florida. And .h to and
lOOn thereafter .. th sam* May bt under *
Fourth street, Homestead. reached In du* eou_ .hall be authorlied to take charge of and I March S, A I). IDS'*, Plummer drive and Country

ev. R. F. Blackford, rector. Ceo Dated at Miami Florida thl. the 6th day I control her ....... to contract and be eon- CARL R. SLY, of Club road. I
Aa Ancillary Admlal.lr.tnr
of April int. started with and to ... and be >ued. and to
Wakefield, lay reader. Holy E. B. LEATHFRMAN. hind herself In all mpecta u fully aa If the but of Charles; EIr.Deceased."
mmunlon she were unmarried and that the act of, CLEAN RAGS WANTED Will' 1
each Sunday at 7.30: Clerk Circuit Court
I. ll II I
publication be confirmed by an order of Mar It. It Apr. T, H. got Hay
In. and first Sunday at 11 a. m.; (Circuit Court ....It Dad County, this .......t. exchange subscription or advertising

omlng prayer at 11. By JNO.' DONE AND ORDERED: at Miami.I : NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR lor clean rags. Leader

Apr. 18. Sermon topic: Publish Apr. 7, 14 II, 1930. FI..Ida.1 ids, this the 15th day of March, 1939. TAX DEED. File IIMI En terprl....
Notice I* hereby given that Fred Sachet
This U the Day That God NOTICE or BALK OF TAX Judge Circuit Court. holder u aiawn, of City of Hialeah Tax
Hath Made." TIFICATEB. Application 1'1.' 1M... 81. Apr 7, 14. II. 1S9 Certificate "Numbered <26, dated the lot day
Nolle I* hereby vireo' that Welllniton of July A, I). 1916. has filed mid Cwtiri. Buy Home
Adderley hu filed with ma written Must cat* In ny offk*. and has made applkatlon a
METHODIST EPISCOPAL: that the ta< certificates together with all for to Iseum thereon in accordance
subsequent omitted or levied axes Including I hta- Bald lrtlftrato embraces th.*I Buy Grove Land
SOUTH the year U9.. held by the Bate be adv.rtlwd L following inrrlbnl. property. .11...... In
Homestead the Rev. J. J. Rich. and Sold' to the highest. bidder for caih Used Cars Dad. Counly. lorlda. to-wH ,I Buy Glade LandIt
.. provided by Chapter 1 2M. of the Itn Lot II. Block 4. 16'" Bl. Lawgi. In the
ds. pastor. Sunday school at 9:43: Acts of the Lellalatur upon ore followlnc City of Hialeah County of Dad, State of la ray firm belief that higher .
described' real .late In the County of D..... Florid |I
m.f preaching at 11 a. m. and State of Florida, towittLed The mosco-ent of Mid property under prices are Imminent.

10 p. m. Junior League at 2:30m. : I. Block T. rrud'l Snd Addn. to 1934 Ford Costal ISaba $325 the laid certificate breed wu In the urn' Dra't quibble about price.
Romo.te.il The axe w be sold ar* evidenced and fins goad oft Unknown. ,
.; 111 League at 6:30: p. m.; by Certificate No.' SS9I of 1984 and Unless' Said wrtlfleat ahall h* ndMmrdlocordlni Don't wait.Buy .
nlor League at 6.30: p.rayer m. represents ..." for the yean 1911 to liSt.h to law. tan dead rlll Issue thereon I lon
Inclusive. amountlni to 121.71. 1925 Sales; Start Compel Q )Ill the 4th d., of M.yy. U'I. now. ,
meeting at 7.39: p. m. Wed- Bald taa Miflfleau together. with all' subSequent -' 4 a.w air.., radio .wvv Dated Uila lUth day of Marsh. A. D. You'll thank me for this suggestion .
"day. omitted or levied axes will be Sold I I. B. LEATHIRMAN 1939.1 I
to the highest bidder at the Court HOI_ In Clerk of Circuit <: a> few months hence.
Silver Miami on the loth day of April. U... be.llnnlni Dad County, Florida.'
Palm Methodist Church .t the hour of 1* clock a. ..., ors ItlS ...tl.. two deer Bedem (Circuit Court Seal II. A. Cameron
the Rev. J. E. Waller pastor soon thereafter .. the same may a* new paint tleiIhreaiaeat 5335 or N. C. STERRE7 D. C. j
roselard. In due sou-x., 11.r. II lAp.. T. U. 11. II. 1959) .
jnday school
every Sunday at 10 Dated at Miami, Florida, this the Ith day i ,t
nx? preaching service first of April 1KI9. I.
on '
.edicell.nt ..,
111! Sales 4-deer tenrlnc
Ird and fifth Sundays at 11 Eoc': LEATHERMAN. 1
a r Circuit Court, ''I een.IU.ai a $325
and 7.30 p. m.1'I1Dce&otl'I'be. Dad County, Florida. I bargain at. .
(Circuit Court Real) <
Rev. J. E. Wal- By JNO. FFNNO. D. C. i' 1937 F.nliae bedsus $595 EDWARD STILINGReal
Publish t
Apr. T. 14. SI. IN* eery clean
r. PMtori preaching at 9 .. m.; 1

TAX DEEP ItIS w"'l Dodge. feer.Js.Tearlag .
Chapter 1)117-Aeta e< K1I.-Fll. A-I4TT Sdo.l"he
Nolle to kanby sawn that MyrtleTam $395 Estate General Insurance
urncr's Funeral Home ......... of Boa and County TaaCortlflcate : geadi rose goad.._
) No. 11114 baaed the 7th day of ,.{
-BX AMBCLANCE SERVICE 'bal. A. D. lam box filed aaa In wr PRESTON B. BIRD
.His. and him nud applleatlon f or tu NOTARY PUBLIC .
:toed to Ire la.,4 tharoon Said CartUlcat.laakeaco. CO.
tic followliK. _laii pray.m
M4-' Hmneatead Fla. In the County of Dado Slate of Florida,
:t.-HI OPPOSITE TAG AGENCY Cor. Palm Av and Ave. B Florida City Fla.Fait .
B. S* ft. Blk. !t. Para VINlhte PHONE IS BOMESTEAD. FLA. : ,
I Plat Book acu 104-17, .. I IEooMf thsl
11 WANT ADS PAY *S Dado Beat* W florido ,
TIle .a-moat at .aw ___ .....

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Paw Twelve THELEA&ER-ENTERPRISE Friday, :Afrril U 1935: -

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Members of the Epworth League Members of Kappa Phi Delta
of the Homestead Method sorority went to Miami Beach Sat-- r 1lOtt KHPINQ HOUSE. WHERE TRADE, YOU JUST TRY SHOfyto6
Church Tuesday night held a Progressive -:jirrday for an all-day picnic and DOROTHY- BUT HONESTLY IT BITTY.PUNNING MEALS THERE AND VOU-L1TIND IT
party which took in the enjoyed various sports besides IS QUITE A PROBLEM.PLAtIIS NIVtR A PROBLEM EASY TO HAVE LENTEN
hornet of Mrs L. L. Field, Mrs l swimming WING MEALS DURINO THEY HAVE All THE MEALS THAT ARE TASTY
Vivan Booth Mn J. E. Close and .' In the party were: Mrs Adrian tNT. DONT YOU r FINEST rOOOS AND AND DELICIOUS:
Mn. J. A. McNelll At each home 'Jacobs, Miss Mary Frances Ar- THINK SOT THE KSTVARIITT/
games were played. Ithur, Misses Betty and Jamie
Those attending were Miss Mary- Richards Miss Nina Cyal, Miss
belle Glbbs, Miss Marjorie Redd, Claudia Conner Miss Mary Grace
Miss Martha Close, Miss Edwina[English! Miss Barbara Burke and
ClaM, Mils Antoinette Moye, Ml Miss Clarabelle Stuart.
Helen Moye Miss Mildred Field I At a business meeting of the
Miss Margaret Field, Miss Helen i(group held at Miss Arthur's home
Field Miss Nella Sauls, Miss Effie Monday evening plans were made toiRANKLIN'S
/count she u ttfeetlna
Booth, Miss Mary Bradley, Mine!I for the holding of a spring dance
Helen Bradley, Miss Birdie Home.on May 5 and for the ordering of V
Mills Elizabeth Hall Miss Jamie! 1 pins.
Richards, Miss Mary McNeill, Mr.i i All members were present ex-
and Mn J. 'E. Close, Mr and Mrs I icept Barbara Done and Betty
L. C. Dodd, Mr. and Mr*. Ivan,Richards. FRESH, LARGE HOMESTEADFactory
Moser, Myron Grennell, Roy Nel-I I _
son Quentin Crlpe, Jame Booth,':COUNTY p. T. A. TO HAVE
Sparkman Holding Dave Williams,PROGRESSIVE LUNCHEON
D. L. Bowen Charles Eunice 1 The Dade County Council of Eggs ]>33c

Tommy Moffett and Howard Milln I Parents and Teachers will have a Packed A
1 progressive luncheon after Its
MRS.GIVES JASON EASTER AVERY PARTY 'I'meeting Wednesday in Miami SUGAR, 5 lb.bag C
Beach Senior School
High at
Mrs. Jason Avery gave an Easter Fourteenth street and Drexel No. 2 cans: :I
egg hunHor the beginners' class
I avenue. From the high school all ,C
of the Methodist Sunday at, Sunsweet CANS
her home Saturday afternoon.'will go to Central Beach School :
Cookies, colored popcorn and',North Beach School and South PRUNES IS: 17cChase
i,Beach School for the four courses
limeade were served as a refreshment -i & Sanborn
of the mealRegistration.
course will be at 8:30 a. m.: COFFEE lb. .7
Children present were: Avalon Yellow Cling __
All Homestead P. T. A.
Sylvia Barnes, Joyce i members :
Ennls, Bruce E n nil I Dorothy 1 I who can go are requested to PEACHES AN" 15C
Avery, Jack Pacetti, Charles;telephone Mrs. H. C. Nichols. Asst. Flavors 1 :
Fakers, Keith Eakers, Buddy Su- :10 C
ber Bernard Hindman Judy Any Brand PAR-T-JEL,3for
Keene Timmy Day, Norma Jean 20
Foster Jane Thurman, Charles CompleteLUBRICATION MILK, 3 Ig. cans
Williams, Amelia Rutzke, David Bulk 5 lbs :
Rutzke, Richard Rutzke, Tritzle l4c
Rutzke and Lorraine and A. V.Phillip. 2 La CAN MEAL or GRITS.

.. Dinty Moore
Grown-up guests included: Mri :
Dan Williams, Mrs C. D. Eakers, IRISH STEW 19C Pillsbury's
Mrs. H. J. Thurman, Mrs Bruce Dependability and operating I 4Sc
Ennls, Mrs Brown Mrs George economy result from regular I 11 FLOUR, 10 lb. bag
Barnes and Mrs Fritz Rutzke. S NO. IVi CANS
lubrication by men who know

REDLAND P. T. A. TO ELECT trucks. You get the awl out Phillips Salad Dressing
>? securing
Officers will be elected by the lit Pork and Beans (MIRACLE
a thorough lubrication Job
Redland Parent-Teacher Association
at its meeting this evening from.... our low prices
A new president will be chosen start at 7Jc
since the present president, Mrs. -
D. E. Bnshor, has served two years -.- I
and Is, therefore, not eligible for
re-election. I
BENEFIT FISH FRY : Golden Ripe Local KilledFRYERS
The Woman's Auxiliary of St.' SPECIALRemove !t BANANAS, lb. .
Johns Eplncopal Church will give i
a benefit fish fry at 8:30 o'clock wheels, bearings and
April 21 on the lawn of the'home I Boned and Rolled 1 1I
cups wash and Inspect. Lubricate Lg. Redland SweetORANGES
of Mr. and Mn Lee H. Lehman ,
to add to the church's organ fund. with a special wheel I 4 2 doz.2S C VEALROASTlb.ZffCCountry
bearing lubricant and adjust I
bearings. Each otel5to
Mr. and Mrs. Ulrlc Free enter -0Engine Georgia Sweet :
tained the Young Married Class of : lb. .
l9c ,
the Church of YAMS 5 lbs.
the Nazarene \ 1 'i,
Easter supper at their home I TuneUpDone .
evening An Easter egg Gold Coin lb. l
hunt and games and contest were I''
enjoyed during the evening. by expert automobile Yellow Skin BACON AMC 4

The guests included: the Rev.I mechanic Regular adjustment ONIONS 3 Ibs. .
and Mn W. J. Parker, Mr and' and tuning-op of your 1

Mrs. Clyde Parker, Mr. and Mrs.!' engine to Important to performance WHOLE OR :
Robert Lance, Mn. Stella Chambers '""" 18c
Mrs. Shuler, Mrs. Martha and service. Have Long CrispCELERY Shoulders ,HALF--LB,
Shulcr Mrs. Louise Grubbs and your ear drive In-aa estimate' :lOc
Wilfred Lee. coirtsi nothing STALK

The Woman's Auxiliary of the Fancy Iceberg
Homestead Presbyterian Church FREE INSPECTION 5 C
will meet April 20 at the home of : Rich Creamy f9f/
Dr. and Mrs Ceo. D. Ruehle for f9fSPRY,31b.can.5C
a program on Christian education
to be presented by Mrs. R. R. Kin- lei n.took ever Your ear... I Home GrownCARROTS

\. ard.On rbeck your lafbUlosi re nlre. 'SC
t, April n the auxiliary will mend analyse your tirecqaipmeaL bunch -
r conduct a rummage sale in Goulds.
A fret service.No I i .

MRS. OVID SVLUVAV. JR., Wheaties 2pkg....24c
P IS SEWING: BEE: HOSTESS abllptlo&e tJ.S. No. 1 Red ,
Mrs. Ovid Sullivan, Jr., entertained I 19CCorn Kix:, 1 pkg. Ic .SC

a group of friends at a sewIng I ) POTATOES 3 FOR "......?.".
bee at her home Tuesday evening
Strawberry shortcake and TEXACOOntStop r
coffee were served.

Ennls The,guest Mrs. Included Ansel Barrow: Mn., M...: Station

Robert Darning Mrs. Harold Oxford Llal'lwr
and Miss Alice Hobson.Mr. :1 =RN Kt 1

and Mrs. James M. McCaskill DONE A KISS4M. Prop

Mr. and Mrs. Curtis E. Lee Homestead Fla. .... .
Sunday. I lh. .... -4:; .,

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