The leader-enterprise
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00087294/00226
 Material Information
Title: The leader-enterprise
Uniform Title: Leader-enterprise (Homestead, Fla.)
Portion of title: Leader enterprise
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: South Dade Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Homestead Fla
Creation Date: May 12, 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
 Record Information
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: UF00087294:00226
 Related Items
Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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GOAL REACHED r'Exhibition Game Will Mark Opening I '

: Of 1939 South Dade League SeriesSouth

IN DRIVE FOR I' Dade league baseball, will -will be mapped out, name for I I, 'III
malt Its 1930 bow here Sunday, |:the league selected and officials, 1939

May 21, when teams from Home- I I,chosen. >
itead and Redland win stage an L f The roster of the l mestead '1-

iHOSPITALCampaign exhibition lama on the municipal,1 gregation has not been completed,
,diamond. l[Mr. Hobbs.said. Harvey Rue Ranldolph TRACT SOUTH OF BALL PARK !

Efforts are being made ..tapl1.he Caves, Ansel Barrow, Staa-
lame as an opener of t aeries(ttey Wittkop and Cy Crux have I
Comes to Swift ,by a league composed of team of I['been given bertha and a long list Homestead StoresTo 1!Purchase-Donation Offer '

Close as Workers Get ,Homestead Redland, the Kendal of possibilities is being perused, he I r Advanced at C of C :
Needed CCC camp and a joint squad from .said. Start Thursday
$10,000 Perrlne and South Mlamt The 1 I The Redland team will be drawn Closing Next Week MeetingOBJECTIolrRAISED a

league was formed at a meeting from the following: Ernest Campbell I Ie.r'H t

PLANS FOR PROJECT ,Tuesday night at Couldi called by I Richard Edward, Earl SwU- Starting next retell i

SENT WPA OFFICIALS Foy Hobbs and Ansel Barrow, whofostered ley Fred Vihlen, Leonard Greer place of I LAND IS TOO LOW :
: the South Dad Leaguelast Billl Hilson, Robert Ames, Law- ,
stead, with the ixoeptlMi of -
Cash Still Needed to Buy year.Representatives. rence Campbell and Bob Snyder. drugstore*, will close each Morris Gets Amendment )?
I of the ioyr Mason Robert and Cliff Gossmanare !
Thursday at noon until September :
Equipment, Furnishingsfor teams will meet again tonight at managing the team. II. Requiring Approval
Goulds to complete organization Mr. Hobbs said teams of Home- BoardA
Institution The store will remainclosed by Old
plans. Mr. Hobbs saM a schedule ,lead, the CCC camp and Perrine! ;
; all day en the principal I
and South Miami have enough
holiday of the yew. ten-acre tract of gUd land j
Th drive to obtain funds for the equipment and uniform from last
located in back of the municipal
Homestead municipal hospital to start the but the d
PETERS CHOSEN year season a*
baseball field and owned by J. W. :
last 'week playing gets Into full swing they
moved to swift finish !LOCAL STUDENTSSET English newly-elected director

when workers reported they bad PRESIDENTOF may have to depend on a popular and treasurer of the Redland District 1
NEW subscription to get replacement
of Chamber of Commerce wa j
reached their goal $10,000.
The Redland team Is without uniforms TO PARADEIN
Meeting in VIe City hall Monday, proposed at a chamber meeting I
and equipment Mr. Roberts -
LOCAL LIONS Wednesday .night ad a substitute !
the worker tallied their ,pledges 1 IBid donation will be solicitedsoon .
WASHINGTON site for a permanent fair or .*.- *i|
to obtain uniform for the
1 r" and cash donation and found they tlval ground. l
exhibition .
to add to the fond game This site would tine 1930 |
:had enough Member of th* Rea1aad District replace
+ which the city (* required: to fur ,I Lien Club selected< John S. Peters I j Twelve member of tile safety festival slid on Eighth street, t

nish toward the test of the $4.,000 a* their new president at the annual Homestead Jail patrol of the Homestead High halt block from the highway

WPA project. Dr.J. A.Smith who 1 election of the organizationheld 1 Gets Paint After School weft scheduled to march which the chamber voted to purchase

started the movement for the hospital [ Tuesday night He will succeed -' tomorrow with approximately U- shortly before the present:
said the pledge were -.. Dr. George D Kuehl Grand Jury VisitA 000 other youngster in the national administration 'went into office. I

good a* gofcT and would be turned Other officers named were: school safety parade to be A:* proposed at the meeting, the

into cash soon. vice-president, Harley K. c'o ; sales, HrM-eetore seat ., staged In connection with the convention chamber voted to accept hall of

Dr. Smith forwarded the plans second vice-president, Robert C paint I* being applied t. the of the America Automobile the land a. a gin from Mr. English

for the new hospital to WPA officials MacDonell; third vice-president, city Jolt, which several day I Association at Washington and to buy the remainder at 1

at Miami for approval Thurs Thomas M. Toibert; secretary, ate was termed "nkky"by Uueewily D. C. $100 an acre, providing the plan
day. Later, he said they will be Charles L. Ooley, who had no opposition grand Jury ,.......* a The group' is the only young 1* acceptable to the old board of
sent to the state WPA headquarters ; treausrer Thomas E. visit. to Homestead and ether I safety body In the Greater Miami director

and then will be sent to Washington I Kirby; lion tamer William t Flak, j J.1IS.Thai area and south Dade County participating When Mr. Xnglleh': proposalwas '
for final approval and tail twister, J. Q. Caldwell I fa just about what U in the affair. The boy brought before the meetingby

Donation of cash and materialsstill I Donald O. Talbott was elected director needed all .!**(.* said Mayer seek the honor of leading the parade E. H. GaUaher, secretary' ,

are needed to complete the for two year and 3. W I Ten Harris indicating that given to the unit which traveled George W. Turner, Jr., former

equipment of the hospital, Dr. English director for on. year, that tli* basilica lack el paint the longest, distance to par president of the chamber, pointedout
Smith pointed out. Furnishingsand probably gave M a dirty. appearances ticipate. The marcher will represent that the land was low and
The election, conducted by Mr.1
275,000 youngster in SMXI( probably would flood badly during
equipment for eight of the ten
Flsk, was spirited and fast and:
ef the building already A few swings ef the paint communities. ram*. When several other members -
rooms each member named'
present was
have been promised by organizations break Just before the Jury arrived I The Homestead boy were in the voiced th* sam opinion, Ry
one time or another for office. t
and individuals, Dr. Smith Lawrence lion tamer might have drawn a different charge of Patrolman JM.-Coker. Chandler, acting president, appointed
said, but the costlier surgical! and Pope was IndtctBttBt K was They were transported to Washington I' B. W. Morris, Carl Anderson -
for a short time. Six other lions
peteted cat, 11truck' bought with and Herman Mark to Investigate
will have to
medical equipment the nominating ticket with 1
of to were on r money raised by fish fry and I'I'r the condition of the ground
be purchased out money yet him but each dropped out of the
donations from individual and or- and report back at the next meet- 1
be received. race just before th* balloting THE WEATHER
ganizations. Coker recently was ing.
started. Mr. risk: was elected: by omens M* r news of ..SWAr@0016s.p..r..s
.granted a leave ,of absence with Another committee, composed of \
a..r.a rms.
acclamation after Mr. Pope de-
REDLAND SCHOOL pay by the city council P. E'. Mullen Paul Loaner W P
clined the post D469 1 11Iu.I-.: aro Th boy who made th* trip ar* Cash and John Neafsey, was Instructed ,
Allen Neal and Harry Schau-
berger were Inducted into the club. May 5 __. i 1 83 II 30.11 Harry Pierce J. T. Godwin, Fred to investigate the legal
GROUNDS GIVEN I May 8 82 18 30.07 die Fuchi, Carlton Sweet Bruce phase of the proposition and to
Installation of the new officers -
Scott Eldred Gilmer, T. O. Ray. determine if WPA park development .
will take place the latter part of May T ___f I 83 n .
COAT OF MARL June, it was announced.The May 8 .....__ f M M 2UII'' burn Billie Jacob Hilton Sasnett, funds would be available for
Walter Brannen, Owen Goodlng improVement of the sit*.
club donated $20 to aid In May 8 ..._u .I 81. 89 28 67 l
defrayingexpense* of the Homestead May I8 -F II 72 2U5 and Harry Bishop. The''IU.. In presenting the plan for the 4

May 11Methodism. .. ._ 1528.81\ 0,34I turn Tuesday I new festival sit, GalUiher said the
High School safety patrol u A
Placing of marl on five baseball directors were of the opinion that
diamond and a playground forth attending the convention of the the new location, would be mere k

smaller children at the Redland: American Automobile Association Methodism in Homestead Unified accessible both to local and out- .
at Washington D. C.
school was completed yesterday
of-town person and that the a
afternoon a* the first step In a
Years Before Nationall\lovement
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move to beautify the school'sgrounds ] Two Youths Sentenced r [ t tiW
the Redland District
by For Staging Robberies reunited this week IKS, the White Stone Methodist
Lion, Club. ; Church,, and the First
Dr. C. F. Robinson, chairman of I Pleading guilty- -to robbing .1 I throughout- the United State, 'was I lEDtreopsJ Mth.odiIEplacopal Church Person at Rote Meet ,

a Lion committee directing the ,group of negroes In south Dad unified In Homestead It years ago, I South: united their force for a I
work, said plans will be discussed County several day ago, LeRoy the Rev; J. J. Richard, pastor of stronger Methodist front In the Music by the Early Riser orchestra r

later for the setting out of trees Jackson 18, of Naranja, and plendaU the Homestead Methodist Church, community. The M. E. Church of Radio Station WQAM

and other vegetation. Odum. 18, of Princeton, were !points out In a brief history of the being a better property, the united and a talk by Norman McKay
The work started Wednesdaywith I given sentence ef one year each congregation occupied that property the station' advertising manager,
event truck loaned by Lima by Judge Ben WHIard hi criminal church wttteh speared In a recent both church and parsonage.If on the American system of broadcasting :
member bringing the dirt Issue <>f tb* Florida Christian Ad. featured the ef
club .court yesterday. They were grren Homestead I* a sample of the results program
from the county marl pit near ,suspended sentence on five additional vocate. of unification then the result the Homestead Rotary Club Wednesday

t Princeton. The work was completed charge Th Methodist paper Is- edited should prove very happy throughout noon in Legion hall.Comprising .

yesterday with six county The youth admitted, holding up by the Rev. R. P. Marshall, former American Methodism. For the orchestra, 'which
truck loaned by Commissioner J. and robbing Burton Frailer negro pastor of the Silver Palm Methodist I eleven year the two congregations appeared "In person" were Comnie I

D. Redd. During the work the of Couldi of $1 on April 15 and Church. have worked together harmoniously Kyser, on tile Spanish guitar; .,
school bind played and girl students robbing seven negroes at Modelloof The article by MR Richards so that today the preacher cannot Andy Borer, on the bass viol; and
served cold drink and lunch. 80 cent on April 10. follows + leD 'Northern'prom Southern', Gene Alderman on the electric

The placing of the dirt followedan Odum aim admitted robbing "Methodism in Homestead wool Methodist j guitar

appeal of Norman Benson,president Joanne Poole, Goulds, of $30 and 'unified'eleven year before Amer. "Unfortunately we d> not have The club member contributed
of the school's student body, attempting to rob Jessie Ruffin ican Methodist decided to quit the record of the Northern half of $18 In a collection taken for U>* ;

M,a Lion club meeting two week. *nd Cliff RoIttiT. hi Gould on their foolish; competition of altar,the church before us. Howeye/ Ipmestead High School boy paror -
ago. I Aprtf Ji I against altar and get together. In (Continued on pig Five) i *'trip to:) Washington.f" :-


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Jaee Two . THE LEADERENTERPRISEFriday, May 12, 1939

( said. '_' '! and Wary Grace English and a
provement. Coach Bleler ald. 4
SENIOR CACERS (I The training period, which end- LEGION ENLISTS A drive. ;to obtain $200 for furnishing group of elementary school: pupil ;'
-Frlncee Foster Ruth Rutland
'ed this week, wa for the purpose the team with wiiforny"
WIN IIOMESTEAD 101 electing a varsity team for BOYS IN JUNIORBASEBALLTEAill and equipment will be started soon, Suzanne Brawn Betty Gatlln, .I
Mabry Scarborough Billy Hutch- :
year by keeping an accountof Mr. Rue aid. A tug day has been
each player' coring, his men- considered. I inaon and Howard Klrby
CLASS TOURNEYThe I tal attitude and his general conduct Member of the Homestead Rot BirdfFitzpatrickI
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on the floor, Coach Elder Club and the Redland District
I uld The player received Individual //a. Club have indorsed tile plan I 11 Dies After Brief Illness
seniors e( Homestead High i and col1ectlveralnln, and John O. Salley Post, American form the team. ;I Mrs. Alice Lee Fitzpatrick 78,
t School won the annual Inter-class I then were divided Into four team, Legion le pushing plans for a Legion posts all over the United :wife of Bird Fitzpatrick died of
!' for a tournament. Motion picture I junior league baseball team composed State are sponsoring junior team I|pneumonia at 12:30 p. m. yesterday
basketball tournament by winning,were taken of the game by Coach of boys 17 years old and The local team should It win the at the Post Graduate hospital,
1 all evtn games and piling up a Bleler and later projected before under for competition with other district title would compete in the where she was taken May 2 from
total of 164 points It WM the player for the purpose of correcting I Legion team from West Palm state tournament the winner of their residence on S. W. First
noimccd by T. J. Bleler, error and explaining Beach mouth Fifteen player; mUltI which would play In the national street
1 The play ended Tuesday.The an-I)plays(*] Name of next year's I obtained by June 30 and their series > Funeral service will be held at
Junlon won second varsity team member will be announced I name, photograph, finger print 3 p. m. tomorrow at the Turner
i'; with (3 point, the sophomores, next week Coach Bleier I and birth certificate sent to the Juniors to PrClass Funeral Home. Burial will be In
I third, with S3 points;and the freshmen -! 4
announced. national American Legion head Play Tonight Palm Cemetery, Naranja.
fourth with 28 point
quarters. A native of North Carolina, ;
Roy Martin WM high scorer in Froschers Sell Home Frank B. Rue manager of the Tonight Homestead High School where she received her early education -
the tournament for the enlora Location team said there 1* plenty of topnotch juniors will present their class Mrs. Fitzpatrick married \,
He accounted tot 00 points. Oscar Buy Highway baseball material In this ',play, the appealing comedy, Mr. Fitzpatrick In 1881. They
Clonlnger was high for the junior vicinity and It would not be diffi- I"Daddy Long Legs," In the school came to Miami In 1802 and two
Sale of the E. A. Froscher homeon
with 16 James
point Sullivan cult to turn out a championship auditorium at S o'clock. year later cam to the Redland
led the with Epmore drive to W A. Austinof
sophomores 19 point
outfit. I Effle Mae Waters i* cast a* Judy; District
1 and Ralph DelUnger cored 13point Miami was announced this week D. R. Snyder athletic director the orphan who I* given >,college Mr. Fitzpatrick was a member
by Mrs. Froscher, who I Ia a registered I
I to lead the freshmen. -
cf the Redland District High education by an unknown bene- of the First Baptist Church. Besides -
The highest number o( point real estate broker. School has promised to coach the factor whom she call "Daddy her husband she I 18 survivedby
i In a tingle game was scored by At the same time she announced team and practice probably will Long Legs." Howard West play five sons, Harvey R., J. F., Ben,
f Martin, who had a tally of 30. their purchase of the Frye residence :,start next week. ,the part of this unknown "daddy." D. C. and Bird Fltzpatrick. Jr.;
Sullivan, a sophomore, was the (formerly the J. B. Scales All boy who were not born Other In the cast are Elwin two daughter*,*Mrs Dan Robert
f outstanding player during the four home) on the Oversea Highway :sooner than January 1, 1922 are Cooper, Billy Walton, Jimmy of Redland and Mrs. A. C. Home
print practice game. He scored Florida City; where the Froscher eligible to try out for the team. A I Schallem, Edward Kirby, Herbert of Homestead; two 'sisters Mrs.
It point and allowed eight! point will make theifjfrio/ne and Mr*. I number of athlete of the twq local Booth, Juanita Sasnett Louise Betty Armstrong and Mrs. Susan :
scored against him Edward Kirby, Froacher wlUAnainUin. her real I high schools will turn out when Barnes, Nina TJyal Claudia Connor Hook of Alabama; a brother, S. P. '
i I Junior, showed the most im estate office it. ..... I the: practice call sounds, Mr. Rue I Edwina Close, Birdie Home Cross; grandchildren and seven y



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: Friday;May 12, .911 _.. : : THE LEADER.ENTERPRISE .. Page Three

charge, said the question Of adding Tuesday Mar 2S; In the eltnlo
Officials Talk
Vaudeville for Church "Show
; more land will be discussed and room of the Neva King Cooper
I. Experiment Station Land I acted upon next week. School Mrs. Jane Nesbltt health
Miami Police Chief
as Ventriloquist Mr. Flfleld conducted the groupon chairman, announces.Dr. .
I A group of county officials:' and I the Inspection tour. Others A. M. Logan will make Uphysical >.
growers last Friday made a tour tx.mlnatlOtMn.. Ne-
Chief of Police Leslie Quill of I I present Included J. Lamar Pax-
I Adftbli ot Inspection ot the Subtropical i son, C. H. Crandon, N. P. Loweryand I bitt said, and Mrs. O. O. Brewstcr.
Miami will be a featured attraction I Experiment Station and a tract of Mr. Redd, commissioners; wife and astitant of Dr. Brewster,
or a vaudeville show to be given I land at Redland road and Coconut Luther Chandler and Frank B. the oculist will conduct the eye
under auspice of St. John' Episcopal I I Palm drive recently given to the Rue members of the budget board; examination
by the Redland District Improvement i should have a
county child
Church In the auditorium of I Edwin Friedman, county engineer, i "Every
I Association as a prospective I examination before -
thorough physical
I A. D. Barnes, superintendent of
the Redland High School Mondaynight.
site for tourist park and and
: a he starts to school any
parks, and W. J. Vlck: George
Chief Qulgg will i recreation center. After the tour corrected
present ;Cooper, Jack Peters, Tom Torbert defects found should be
a ventriloquist act. r $ they were guests. of Commissioner i and J. M. Holfcrty, growers this summer," said Mrs. Nesbltt
The show will be directed b>' I J. D. Redd at luncheon In Homestead i ,"Free preventive serums will be
Steve Brodle of Miami, son of Wm Pre-School>> provided.
At the experiment station, the Round-up The P T. A. will arrange
M Brodie of Redland. Sheldon I officials Investigated the plausibility Announced for May 23 through the South Dad Welfare
I Fretwell of the RKO circuit will of adding more land for experimental Board for tonsil or adenoid operations -
be master of ceremonies. Proceedsof work. Willard M. Fl- I The Home.dP.; ;; T. A. preschool I or glasses where the patient
. the affair will be added to the i 1 fleld associate horticulturist in I round-up will be held on are unable to pay.
I church's organ fund. i -
i Other entertainers will Includethe 1p

f.'j Kapurs Hawaiian trio, instrumentalists I I II

; Doris Myrick, acrobatic I
. dancer; the Student trio ,i
,composed of Bill Campbell. Mary
.Cone and Alfred Shroder, piano
accordionist; Mary Hamilton, FlorIda -
I, champion girl drummer; Mr.
.Brodie In a minstrel act; KUUe
.Culbreatb acrobatic oddities; Mr.
Frerwell in "songs you like"; Can NewFORDlEALER
lyn Culbreath,"the tweeteth thins :

'In town"; Jans, the great magicianof
the Keith vaudeville circuit;
\ :,MarJorie Myrlck, comic recitationsI
I song; Paul Fuller, musical

; 'saw; John. Muller, comedian; ,.. ,< )'i'

; ,Thelma McVicar, prairie queen; $Ji. '
1 Mary Alice, hitch-hiker novelty
tap; Dot and Dash, radio tappers, THELMA McVICAK tap and
and Bill Nipper, goof comedy. rope danrer, who, will appear lathe
The latter four will be presented vaudeville show to be given
In Redland Ilh School Monday
! through courtesy of Bill Peck's night under auspices of St
r atudio. John's Episcopal Church.

!1 Orfanedes was awarded a second
Two Local Girls Win
prize. Julia Sullivan was awarded -
) 4-H Short Course Trips I third prize for scrapbooks of
, council representatives
Among Jhe 32 Four-H Club winners -i The Redland clubs were awarded -
of Dade County who will attend third prize tn the original sprigs
e the short coursef at Tallahassee contest and Redland High School
from June 3 to 10 are Kether-j Club was one of four clubs given
ine Orfanedes of a new charter for having at least
was Judged best In baking records, ''80 per cent of the members complete -
and Wanita Thompson of Redland I 1 and exhibit their work.
who was judged- best in housekeeping -
records. Announcementof 1'OWNiiNDC :UBT HEAR
the winners was made Saturdayat I RETURNED MEMBER
the 4-H achievement day exercises B. B. Pullen, who recently returned v
1 in Miami from Tucson, Ariz., will
Alice Wysong of Redland won speak on the Townsend movementat I I /(. ,
first honors essay on "The Flag" the weekly meeting of the
and as a reward will attend the i Homestead Townsend Club 2:30
county camp in Miami Beach I i p. m. Sunday In the Neva King FORD ,., rot ID mt 01 LUll TORO V-8
In the dress revue Katherine i Cooper School

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: Hughes and Dr. Cornellouaon who 1

have been spending the winter a* 'I

A Mother'( Plea I guests of the Johnston family, :re- 'r

I turned on Tuesday to their home .
!VGod grant that I shall nester I I"
I In Louisville Ky. ,

The tay's wreak frustration on ray child. I u ."Harvey White U.s.M: and Mia
I Mattie Dees of Princeton
VnncTvea1 and worn, still let tat
OILY 'TU PENTIN& STilL married in the county clerk's office
peak i
In accent disciplined: and mild OARU/S THOVSfitfffSMi Monday by Carl Holmer :1'Miss '\1,
Rose and Master John

God grant me patience to restrain 7fXI.IlIrTS 'OM AU PARrr 0' NATION (Tower celebrated their twin birth. .'. .

The thoughtless angry, reprimand Amterfff TO' scan mfrcrrrnrt s 7 L' days onMay7. ."

Which: clouds clear questioningeyes MO fttummotr eeooxsmts FIOX/M TO w "Tuesday evening a party composed ,."
with pain. sn CDIORiULLOA7W770N tire AND. of Mr. and Mrs. Harry ]:
And sears OB quivering minds a rtdiFANT7C A10el010111NONS7Rr Ass Cooper Mrs Catherine D. Barr

brand. txtsrtp Mfmt IVAIPAJ"r., T B. ttda Mrs. & A. King
gave Mr. surprise) dinner (
Cod grant me tolerance to wide
in honor of his 28 (plus) birth-
My child, in,doubt need seek not
other. i .\. 'rI" da"A
Give me the right to be hU guide I PR08lEm A -- HI-fI.MAI'.R meeting of the chamber of

Grant wisdom. God, to me-a IN TIIIIII T'IlAln- S'N StJMl ..600"K.IMFIlKA. '., commerce was held on Thursday
mother." TtfS JHHOXXVHta NJaK/JI1Kfr I'RlMIM evening In the town hall e' which

i 051//1111I'UN6..II'JClD. 4c SIIIYIS iNOROfSW7JYi.. a report was read from the canal J
| Oregon Parent-Teacher.. ,
to examinethe
committee appointed
m aounrott TO RUMm*ftrat illA/III.SUa ,eOAct7 shta'IOlAI ;
feasibility of the proposition.The .
t ANI i7rlt>9llr' tllSl.tUTlII"NrfII.Yl1 T I'
favorable and 0 0t
report was
Alcohol as a Remover AU THI ne&roxr ecrioittt AS 1I1t11'J'lAKISTtMI after being read and discussed wet

s Some one has laid that alcohol sow fic WA AND n/etoesTij' Avnosr/9 civrver ASO adopted Jt 1* proposed to ;

will remove stains from summer ',MS wow TO tt A# ; --- ,teSlffr/tt9 AfiSftiL < build a canal treat Homestead to .

clothes r" 'NIIUII1 MmrAJ fIN" )/'lrNT'l Af the bay to be 90 feet In width witha .
VThls may be true, but chins -#: minimum depth of five feet to
front summer clothes are not the Rr p 44' cost approximately 9200,000 .* '

ely things alcohol! will remove. "James M. Power Is ax longer
Alcohol: will remove the stain connected with the Miami Land IE
aD right but it will remove the ---- Development Co, but la ia business
clothes well and also ............nww... ww.........w...._....'
'tor himself
summer ai wwwww lines so there will be no cutting having incorporatedthe

the spring clothes, and the autumn i around nor head-ons He hints 1.Children in CourtBy Powers Pub. It Mfg Co. "

C: the winter clothes that while hey may be built by (Florida City).

:o'htl not only do this for I, 1'\\ federal work the public will not Jndre.. Malcolm- Hstfleld_......... _"A. C. Grew ha bought of Roberts -

the man who drinks tt but It will I j.bear the expense-a getting back I.- Brother, Miami, the cruiser
do It for all those'for whom be if !''to the old hated toll gates, eh' THE BROKEN HOME Coralline formerly owned by F

rxmilble I By AGNEW ..... Well the world fox-circles in | Reputable lawyer are today L. Newell and will shortly bring
Alcohol will remove good food I ---- 1 I!most everything clue, why not inroads frowning upon members of their her frown Miami to Florida City."

from the dinner table, and shoes At Lantana hi Palm Beach ? I profession who epecialiae in divorce (Florida City).

from the buby's/actIt County Dr. Ludwig Harpootlian. e e case*. The American Bar -"J. H. Flnlay starts for his homein

will remove happiness from I son of aa Armenian beY, i* establishing Aftgpciatlan has/ finally become Owen Sound, Canada on Saturday
I Some facts A pink
the home, and then remove the I silk worm cocoonery row rontook ware of the alarming fact that, for ." (Florida City,.
portability of tu ever returning and hopes soon to be producing the prize at the ThomasvdU every six marriages, there I* one "John Ireland was taken to

It will remove smiles from the 10,000 pounds of raw silk a year. Ca, show as being the'moat beautiful divorce, and that children are Involved Miami on Thursday to the City

face, and laughter from the Bps The diet ef silkworms le mulberry j rose shown. Rotarians say la at tout one-thud of all hospital ." (Florida City).

et Innocent children. leaves. that a hybrid rose shown with divorce cam The public should --Mr*. S. H. Fitch entertainedthe
the most delicious odor had for its
It will remove ichool book from e welcome any action taken by Jurists Improvement society on Wed-
scentless The
the arms and hope from the heart Evidently Volusia County Is not parenta themselves to eliminate the nesda,."
Cherokee the sentimental
of your boy and girl, and then very much impressed with the desirability rose, evil of the divorce mill which u
flower of the South, 1 I. said to have
the shoes from their feet, and the of dog racing, as a referendum directly responsible for hundreds LEGAL NOTICES '
in In
Its counterpart a rose
warm clothing from their bodies vote taken there showed of thousand of children being de-
Yea, alcohol I* a great remover! S.T72 vote against the propositionand e a e nied the right to a normal hone NOTICE Or APPLICATION FOB J
A* a remover of thing alcohol hat but 1801 In favor of it. {life TAX Darts
Chapter Art. .( ItJJ ril. A till '
no equal competitor. New descriptive phrases: as enduring I Hardly a day pane In our target )T1CF IS HEREBY GIVEN that Wlku4 'IJ

But removing thing U not all; There la an old axiom that the as a Hollywood marriage; I court that does not ace one or (tote rioter .."........ Italian
that alcohol will do. old must die and the young may as useful as a dime in a night club.e more delinquent children tried, Mid'!IIT.eoTn Wood Mi* M CwtlflMM du .* Aiwuit No. 417 A.end O.INT .

It will remove stains from your die. This Is being carried out in e who are product of home brokenup hr..flM some, hi nr other. and hm .

summer clothe all right but It will the field of Journalism. There 4 People imbued with the Idea that by divorce. The slate of Illinois ___aa.Y..tdm Said CerOfkatm c.a sun.md embrace dab the Stated fNlowae i I'

leave stains of tar wone character -| wa a time wheb Harper's: Weekly the South la entirely" backward and Michigan are to be complimented d..erlb.d Property to the County .f 1
Dodo. sate of Florida. t.-wks
on your aa \au4. : was accepted byWrtif a* Site wine should visit the public schools of on the strict marriage .... I*. W.MMB.. O MBJBW.r. BUM... Plat
It will remove stains from your of God but It died in May, l'lfl, Tuscumbla, Ala. When clouds law which they recently enacted Hook IS. Pam ... !. the county of Dad.. rStake

summer clothe,"*ut It will leave, after two *vuu aceafut stftort lei lessen a room's visibility, by auto to put an end to divorce which U .... 4201.of Florida The ,.attar a. omkraoid of ta mid CortUtaoMondor ._ .'

pain a million tune deeper Inyear rescue It from the doldrums I matic: control electric current ii the remit. of e treaty marriage., II ?. told CvrtWkot toiiiod was la tktHam 'ii!

heart j which tt had drifted How comes' turned on to bring the illumination children are to receive proper protection Lot* of 14.llnkaowa Blork I. ___I'. flat Book M ']
Yet, alcohol U a great removerl! the announcement that its famous! to standard This Is controlled In the future, society must Pan la th* Counts at Dad., SUM sFlorid. .
It will stains and leave up not And ..at *a>brar.d In Cortlf lest No. 41ST.Th .
remove auk
contemporary Sctlbrwr'S Magazine only enforce strider -.1
'. by an electric "eye: such a mechanism aoioMunt *f aid wopnV under I'"
pain fop suspended lot' the -uovmer aa turns on the fount when marriage and divdtte lam, bid saM 42..eet..te broad -was is the same aUnknown. "
It will remove fame and leave but will be long also endeavor to promote stability .
it probably a
you step up to take a drink or Unless ulduewdinr ceuflmtm ....U be redeemed
name. umener. The trend of modem the door for you or counts and happiness In home where .. law the Property rrihd ""
It will remove and leave opens hvutll will plenty aad death hat entered. I that been
reading I* to other- maybe' At .*-
you' as you pass M e highway Mw Onr M. IM door .. the lint MocdwJutw
poverty. better....literature. The last issue t In the morning an electric clock timatod that approximately forty I. .ho month of Its*. vhkk l> wash
It will remove honor and leave few rather per cent of all delinquent childrenare d.r of Jut, ISSt
I saw a years ago wa ,
threw* a switch that allow In* Daunt this Sri day .( 1101' IMSC. .
humiliation.It sordid stuff. _bantam to work and threw It rooted up from broken home a. LEATHERHAH. "a
will remove fine home and e e e I Clark of Chnlt Cwtrt
off at t p. m. Dodo eo..tr. f'orIoIa.CI..u"
leave hovel 1 Mayer Arthur Wells of Belle, e e e Maybe In tome ....pee;, George ( Court NMI,
In fact, alcohol win removeanything of South Bernard ar N. C. IITI'IUII'M' D. C.later .
Glade and W. B. Knauss Shaw I* an old fuu-boj .
'. Jon. 19891NOTICR
.12 III
from stains on Summer Bay have) purchased 640 acre of A Miami paper recently quoted but he utter some truth For in-

clothe to the greatest fortune land near Robe Sound and will develop (he** words from a postal receivedby stance, when asked for his opinion OF. aALK OF TAX CRRTIFICATRS. .1' \

ever amassed by Intelligent _II. It for vegetable growing,: a Homesteader: "Will write about military conscription hi 't fa Lumber Application saws that N.t.UI'U BUM- ; 1
It will remove everything, with the ultimate Intent of erecting soon as much can be written. said "Good civilian make good hud filed with ma written mutant thS.
I .....,
the tax If. tonthn with all >ukM.MM
Most do not realize what
great or small, that make life there packing house. people soldiers on shortest notice but the, MMftM a Low taM IxlMdln .*.
worth while. o e e a tight reign Germany maintain mllltaryized soldier U Incapacitated Pont Its*. .hew kr the SUM W idmrtlMil ',
and old to the hliknt" bidder for rash .*
To house the "floating" workers over the correspondence sent out. for becoming a capable civilian. prooldrM Ckaptar HIM. ml the lost AM
I of the Lake Okeediobee vegetableand I have la my possession a copy of of the LnhUKii*. upon the follawliw 4WwriWd .. !
Musical Quotations a letter a German girl wrote to a real nut <. the C eu.tr of O. *NSUM 1
cane fields WPA win spend e e o of FVirldti ....wII. I
Music U a discipline, and a,,about $to .OOO In erecting what 1s friend while the former was visiting The shallower the stream the, Lot IS, nark 1., MrClur. II....... The I

mistress of order and good man.'called migratory camps at Belle in another country where she more none it makesIt's: the samway No.tax MIS I.to W said IS tr*nd evidenced N|>_br.H Certificatee same for 1' I,

pees she make the people milder Glade, 171 family units for white could write her sentiments. Sh with people. the r._ logo ti< IMI, bulk ln.l..ln, \

and gentler, more moral and more!and 34 for colored laborers. Some tell of the espionage over correspondence e e amamtlne said U.t*MrtlfleilM S4. t. U'...... with aft '

reasonable"Luther :lot I these will be permanent structures and warns against writing All the potato people are not ui, Subsequent emitted or Seeks UM will ho e ,
sentiments that would involve told to the 'klchoM bidder 0-* Coort 74
any ,
"Show me the home wherein and completion (Is anticipatedin the Homestead region; they an Horn h> Miami. o> the Slid Uf of Mar.IM q. :
Hunk dwells and I shall show you, time for next season's Influx of the German with the official scattered all over the .orld-peo. .. OMlnalM. at ..... boar of IS .'...lotka. i

a floppy, peaceful and contented'''thew nomadic worker who move *. ple who have eyes and do not set! our a ot. o> M auto HMnafMr...* the MM ,. I II
e e
honlt'-Lonatellow. I along tt new fields when the old and are perfectly oblivious to all I Doted marked.breves, this the S>4 ,) ,

Music U well sold to be the! are finished-probably up In the Season .shipments vegetablesfrom the beauty in the world. w 01 NSA as .. t.zATsusNsN. 11
Lake Okeechobe region will t e clad ('!Nut, Court.
speech of angel*. -Carlyle, I'I pecan region.e ( 0.
"The mm that hath no music la e close about May 11 Tomatoes A local girl sang some nighti domes Ow 1 2-01)Dad Cowtr FkwUa.Hr .

himself, nor to not moved with i A national observer of the trendof and celery are about all that has ago over the radio "I Kiss You In: 1HO FTNNO D. O.
concord of sweet sounds Is fit for:' the time says that by IMO gone out for the past ten days. My Dreams." 1 asked Hank Hunger a robin Mar .. ts. ... ..... f fI

treason stratagems and *polls."-''there will be four-lane transcontinental Shipments by rail did not equal of Coral Cables what Ms reaction -

Shakespeare.Mualc aighways on which one to these of a rear ago. This year's .was to the matter sad Wi

la the universal language of cars can travel at 100 m.p.h.; loading was but 5,000 cars while(laconic reply was, "Durned part 0
aj mankind."-Longfellow. 't'they will have permanent dividing those' of IMS ran to 7,500 carload .ub UtuU."

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May 12, 1939' THE LEADER-ENTERPRIStf __ ___ Pajre Flu

for the new church. By May 1938
METHODISMContinued 1 'I plant had progressed to such: aa
n extent under: direction of Mr.
Parker that the old UbrrnacJ

( from Page One) I was rased. Three II'IODthllIItvr
frame of the new building was
the Southern church was organize completed. It was only three
in 1009 by Key F. L. Glennea Of I )
weeks ago, that the church work
the charter members, only S. E. I finished
wax '
Livingston and Mr* C. W. Little
remain. Mr. Livingston has been I Serving with Dr Parker on the
a trustee of the church for many building committee. were W. W.
yean. Mrs Little husband, C. W. i Hooker and J. 8. Campbell, who
Little, has also been I trustee for had charge of theooiwtracUon,
many year When the Homestead and J. U. Free purchasing agent
church was organized, it becameone for materials.
of a group of churches on it I Much of the materials and labor
large circuit that comprised all ot for the new church were -donated.
Dade County south of Miami. For I Mr. Hooker supervised the mJtructlon .
several yean the parsonage of the I and donated $440 In
circuit was at Silver Palm. labor. Mr. Benson, whose lay vocation -
Through the consecrated efforts needed'I I Is that of electrician wired
of a faithful succession of pastors, the building without charge
and the sacrificial effort of the The church Is of Gothic architecture
slowly growing Homestead congregation I and is said to be one of the
the church became a full finest of 1U kind In the slat* It
time appointment."The i I" constructed with creamcoloredbrick.

served at following pastors preachers of the church have Dedication Services Are ConductedFor i A special musical The. brick work was done by

since 1909: F. L. Glennen, Rev. J I presented by the choir Jerry Walsh, an old friend of Mr.
Faun, R. E. L. Folsom W. A. Low- Debt-Free Nazarene Church Here I lections were given by a Parker. Mr. Walsh was a 'memo
der, H. B. Boyd. O. C. Seven J. L. (composed of Mite Evelyn ber of the congregation when Dr,
Bray W. B. Duncan, W. G. Fletoh Following a last-minute crusadefor ,Sunday school hour to raise this bers, Miss Valerie Parker served a pastorate at Avon
erB.D.BournIt.A.SelbyM.T.Ridgeway funds, the Rev. W J. Parker amount Within a short tint the bur Free and William Park. He promised the minister
J. G. Stradley, J. D. pastor of the new $10.000 Homestead cash was donated I The building 'WHS filled I he would furnish the brick work:
Murray. C. W. MeConnell, L. Munro Nazarene Church and hit I The dedicatory services were I paclty Ur 1 of any church he chose to build.
L E. Wright, A. A. Koestline congregation were able to dedicatethe conducted by the Rev H. H Mc- I The mowfoiM' to build Mr Walsh fulfilled his promise by
and the present pastor, J. J. Richards edifice tree of all debt Sunday Afee. superintendent of the FlorIda I church wasVy Dr. i participating in the const action
Of the above pastors only night I' district of the Nar.areni When Mr. TOki.v of the Homestead church.
the following served more than There was a matter of aproxi- Church, Assisting him were the pastorate in 0YttA of I
one year according to the record.W. mately $300 due on church furntahwgs I Rev Howard Eckels who organized coming hero H&muAvon I 'tP"-- THI
A. Lowder, 2 years; B. D. Bourn, Sunday morning and Mr. the local church In 1927, unct>found only a comparatively
}.t.-.lV4 T..AP
:3 years R. A. Selby, 2 years; J. G. Parker made an appeal during thv- J. H. Benson Its font pastor amount rained of the money
Stradley, 3 yean; A. A. Koestllne
A year .Present pastor Is In his
second year Most of the pastor
who have wrought so effectuallyhave Y
either to their heavenly
gone ;
reward, or have transferred to
other conferences. R. E. L. Folsom did I

Is Florida an honored Conference.superannuate W. G. Fletcher of the'- r+ Boy get a

I III a leading pastor In Texas B.

D. Bourn is pastor at Chattahoo- ., d
chee, Fla R. A. Selby is pastor at
Boynton. J O Stradley Is at
Leesburg. J. IX Murray is a pas I
tor In Orlando. L. Munroe Is pastor TRADE ?
of the Holleman Park Church
In Miami. L E. Right Is at Apa-
lachlcola A. A. Koestllne Is at
Lake Wales These faithful ambassadors P
of God have wrought
well, oftentimes under difficult
situations, what with storms floods
and occasional frosts; but they laid
the foundations of a church that one New y.o
will go on as a force for righteousness -
and tare coming klpgdom; of ,
God in ffomestead The church
has\ always been blessed with a
faithful group of lay men and
women, which have made possible
the splendid advances In these 30
years Ivan Moser is the chairmanof We'll more for Your Cat { make
the board of stewards, Geo pay g )
Smith is vice-chairman, and J. G b'J.b
Wynn is secretary-treasurer

"Mrs Dan Williams is presidentof
one of the best missionary societies 7t"
In the Miami district There 1 J
ire M members of the society
working in four circle groups The
society has I continuous program
of mission and Bible study that Is

giving to the church a large group \ -,...
of faithful women who have a
vision kingdom of the earth meaning Mr. J.of L.God Bur- Took_.,..art. the. lord ...._ WAS' .ERWRI5IDF when .... Old I dot n TRAR.t

ton Is the on ever faithful superintendent .....--.........,..,.and 1,-... Word .......H.... S..... -- M.N T.e wow tU'..I't N ':I :':.He
error fora row Food V-e. h t took like aid be The iRw lest ea mr old oar__all teeM ... l serums easM..,.... the...
of the church school. He lined a the FORD.... .._wise hid of ef.l'........,........wt.s the Fed Dole ==42 ......,....f.ht ..... ..........._
has served with one or two intermissions too"loe.ddNo.k.. ... f- r.l'.ho..k.kl shrd..kmr
church has, for a 20 consistent years Homestead record of ii-;;;;; ; ;

meeting full each every year financial There have obligationin been YOU GET M 0 ? II4PThe

but few :years during the history
of the church when they have
failed. For seven years the church new FORD V-8 leads the pand la air" Er I t
has reported one-half or more of limed i..nty la comfort,In performance Inestiomy.

its budget raised at district con It's the ear that gives you extra whi
ference. There Is
perhaps no I....... of rate coat Tb high quality foatuneId
church In the conference where
the people give mbre systematically the FORD V-l ar* found only In can ewtlogfcsaiJuJa i

or liberally than at Homestead. of dollars man. At nowh.. nor the ,;1
It Is the experience of this pastor He*an yon match lu brilliant V4 pwt_..*. /
that the finances of the church are .

easier here than at any place which V* Red used tmwt. Bring In your car lday.Trail s !
he has served In the twentysevenyears
b* the liberal j
surprised at allowance
: of his ministry
well snake
"Homestead Is the> center of the :
Xedland District of Dade County,
.s.et i//.w.d.....
famous for citrus fruit. Persian
limes, avocado pears, other tropical ;
fruits and thousands of acres n-J
planted each year to potatoes,
beans, tomatoes and other vegetabhtln -

increased>K prosperity. j,1a.f} : *and 74rt growth'bring, F/KST YOUR CAR IS WORTH MORE AT TilE FORD DEALER

the Homestead church may be
counted on to grow and become an II01IESTEAD, FLORIDA

+" 4">in rf2the a1frI'1 town'Ybl'ce and comrttunity for\lamteouades4t NeeseMotor Go:" "" -'''' '' elt to Post f Ice "' Phone

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: Pate Six THE LE D Friday, May ,

Charles Behren whoso subject Farmer contest which will be iA1
r REDLAND F. F. F. was "Preventing Woods Fire,," held at Fort Lauderdale June ,

Ir The Redland RattlerBy Harold Hampton. Reporter. ...- and our harmonica player wa Other Redland Chapter
Future Francis Prothero who attended beside those 1.1":1
Redland Farmer attended The winner in these contests: tioned above were Wilson '
Engel and LaNelle Roger
the Future Farmer cub-district will compete in the District Future and Adolph Lopez.
...-...-.-.., m__..___...___................. ................. _, tournament at Miami last Friday "
Seniors Will Present Chubb and Emily Engel; and afternoon. The other chapter: of
prompter Wilma Landrum. the sub-district are Fort Lauder-
"The Youngest" 1\11119 dale, Miami J. L. Butt and Home-
Primary Class Provides stead. "
The senior class will present
The contest were run off during -
Philip Barry's famous play "The Interesting AssemblyIn the afternoon and evening in :i'!'
," S o'clock on the night
Youngest at AMen'sWork
of May 1.. assembly Friday morning the the following order: Softball tour- ).1
devotional were led by Cleo nament, horseshoe pitching parliamentary -
"Poor Richard portrayed by
band several procedure, vocal quar-
Chubb. The played
Carl Schmidt, will positively assert
\ selection: The Rev. J. E. Waller j tet, public speaking and harmonica. -
himself In the heart of the audience -
of the Silver Palm Methodist The last four were held in ClothesMen
He It tho youngest In the
Church introduced the speaker,
family and U mauled around unmercifully -

I I. by the whole family. I entertained Mr. T. F. Waller us with from several Macon: selections who-audito-rium.. Our Softball team consisted: of Saturday is Bargain Day for you at Sears.

brother The family, Oliver consists and Mark of the Wtos-two on the piano and gave an I Charles Behren, Billy Campbell We carry a complete line of Men's Work Clothes.

Interesting talk. The student Francis Prothero, Bill Hampton, Get here and !
low, played by S. T Marshall and I yours save
the Harold Hampton Robert Munn,
accompanied by
body was :
Alvin Prothero two sisters, Au.
I gusta. Winslow;Martin and Muff! band In the singing of "Americathe Walll Hosted, Jack Marshall Men's Covert
I Beautiful" and "The Star Charles Sweeting and our captain,
: Winslow, played by Catherine Bell I Work Shirts Work Pants
Rex Romine. The horseshoe pitching
: and Marjorie Campbell; and the I Ii Spangled Banner.
2 for ram
Mrs. Vihlen'c first and second: team was Billy Campbell and
i mother, Charlotte Winslow, playedby I
the assembly Bill Hampton. The parliamentary
Neva Lott. Alan Martin, Augusta's grades conducted: 1.00
program this week. Tommy Core, j,procedure team wa Willard Norman
and the family'slawyer
,husband U portrayed by Ben Ben-I' Otis Gossman and Ray Hogan said Rex Romlne Harold and I \ Re.r.. 69c 1 Reg.1.39 .
William Charles Beh- Durable '
Blake the twenty-third psalm. Otis Hampton an Heavy covert
son. Nancy: played by
Alma Jane Llndgren, if a friend : Gossmun led the flag salute and ren* and Richard BalL The vocal or blue covert / cloth 'senor.k I
quartet consisted of Willard Norman cloth. 'Santor-
the Lord' Prayer. I
of Muffs. When she visit them : I lard shrunk
hand The program was a* follows:( Charles Behren, Rex Rom. teed shrunk.
she take the situation
I play by class: "Entertaining the lne and Harold Hampton. The triple stitch ed Large sailcloth
and clean the way for the
point In Richard's life May Queen"; song by class: "ThisIs 'public speaker for our chapter wa* ; M Sim 1415 to cloth pockets
only succeeds: in tumln'l the Month of May") tap dance by 17. Sizes II to u.
r down-trodden hero : Marion Gossman j;;poem, "May," by ,
Jackie Sapos; poem "The Second Horsehide Denim ,:;
( mendous obstacles but she succeeds -
In making him so interestedIn Minuet," by Myra ,Jane Bashor;1 MARFAK Work Gloves Overall Pants
Her that he consent to marry I poem. "The May Pole," by Tommy'
her Core; song, "The May Pole," by 1 LUBRICATIONDependability 49c 69c
class and a May pole dance by 1
"The Youngest" wa a great
75c Value
success on the New York stage recently six boy and six girl*. I and operating 98c Value
Horsehide lea- .
l-os. *a a ,}
and we hope that it will economy result from regular
ther. Gaunt-
be an equally great success: on the I Marfak lubrication. Tea get form ed bin*
let or band top.
Redland stage I NEWT G. BALL denim. Triple
I the moat out of your invest C n f f water-
The committees for the play areas tUtched. Ham
ment thorough proofed to
by securing a
follows: printing of programs: NOTARY PUBLIC Ie..hkn Ife. I mer loop and
and tickets, Margaret Griffin, Norman Marfak Job from 11.1075c Sises .sy to ( _, r a Ie pocket.BlscayM .
Benson, Edward Burr and 111). ... SiaM II to U.
John Hlckson; selling of ticket,I Fire Insurance and
Emily Engel and Billy Hilton; 1\InimuDl Shrinkage%
stage Alma 3an*,Llndgren, Wilma Kindred Lines TEXACOOneStop

Landrum, Cohen,Leggett tnd Edward -i
Hickson; 'Advertising, Wanlta -1 Station
Thompson Madeline Odom U N. Rooms Ave.mTmvvvv. DONE KISS AM. Prop Blvd., 13th to 14th SU..MIAMI
and Cleo Chubb; ushers, Margaret I I NT, Krome and 4th St.TVVVVVVVVVT Store hours: Dally '38 to S.JO; Saturday 9.3 to 0:00vvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvv
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Mr and Mr*. A. S. Mope bad a* daughter-in-law,Mr.and Mr*.Will Mr, EWlyn Carroll left Monday 1
guests Sunday Mr. and MM John Rhode for Detroit. '
Wlghtmsa and Mr*. Mary Gibson ..
it In and Around and daughter, Misses Frances: Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Dixon left DomInick DeSante has purchased 1 ,;M"
Grace and Nell, all of Miami. last week for a business visit of the old Hancock propertyon fl
two week In SL Lout Eleventh street '
I Mr. and Mr*. Floy Watson and
Homestead son Jimmy, arrived last week < ::1 I
from Plant City.FLORIDA. t'I

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Mrs. B. C. Murphy returned ler in Key West Mr. Gekeler was Bjr 11'1.Y.. W. 8ev ry
}' Saturday from Jacksonville where formerly pastor of the Homestead
.i: she attended the funeral of her Presbyterian Church. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Barker an- WORLDIs "
', sister, Mr*. Q. I:. Pollard. nounce the arrival of a nine-pound :
. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Martin, who ion, Charles Frederick at the PostGraduate
\:' Mr*. Mark Nabor left Mondayfor spent the winter on the Keys, have hospital May t.Mr at My
Sumter S. C., where she will moved into the Brodie house on
N. W. Third street and First *. A1m 'Dox_ and daughters -
t visit her son and daughter-in-law, ave-
' Shirley and Joanne, were Fingertips"r
Mr. and Mr*. Wilbur Nabors, and nue.
week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs
her baby granddaughter, Juanita. >
.;.. Mr. and Mrs. O. A. West returned Frank Sheffield of Miami.Mr .
Your world of friends, rel- /,
Mr. and MM. W. D. Horne and Monday from Louisville,
*. S. S. Shield left Mondayfor
live business acquaintance,
I daughter, Miss Elizabeth left Ky. where they attended the ,
a one-week visit with relative '
'. Wednesday for a stay In Hot graduation of Allen West their and friend in Miami. li likely to be Mattered over
Springs, Ark. eldest son from the Southern many points in tin United
r Baptist Theological Seminary. Mr. and Mr*. Everett W. Sever State To your long distance
:.1 Mr. and Mrs. W. T Beam and Their daughter, Miss Lucille, accompanied and daughter, Joan of Miami were operator all of these folk are wilting the switchboard aLe
ton Whitney,left Wednesday for them on the trip. Sunday guests in Florida City face, ready to respond in person at your .ummon*.
1,0 Idaho. They to be --- whether friend in town fat ,..
Aberdeen, plan ::1'111.18 true your are a nearby or ;;
Mr. and Mrs. Ceo Polk Mr*. Mary D. Frye and Mr. Gar- t
gone all summer. hawse away,for today you can telephone*U over the world.
a guest Fred Moore of Atlanta ber left Tuesday for an extensive
' Thi miracle of yeaterday I* a commonplace today, because of
Mr. and Mrs. Hollliter Sage let visit in California.W. many coordinated accomplishments Continuous research ..
Rudolph Gossman senior at I
for the North. S. H.
on Monday the University of Florida pent G. Rayburn and Harry Dec- the Bell Telephone Laboratories-Large investment in apparatus I
for their
Fitch 1* to care the grove. onKing several day this week visiting his ler, Jr., left Monday for Webster, and telephone, line*-Unceaatng study to improve the I
; Highway during .umif mother, Mrs. Lydia Gossman I Fla.. and other points north. They handling of call*-Careful election and training of people-
mer. :.expect to be gone all summer. :Above ail, the sincere desire of telephone folk to five you UN .
I Dr. and Mrs. John M. Blackford Mr. and Mre.-Jules Abraham, Mr*. it. ? Rhode'left Thursday best possible terylce, e I
of Seattle Wash., were guest of of Coral Gables visited Mr. and .tot Dover, Del, where- she will [Today the world 1 Is at your fingertip, too,when all you bar to,
Mr*. J. R. Byrum Sunday.. flo it pick and call "Long Distance."
Dr. Blackford'i brother, the Rev. spend the summer with her ion and ; ftp you.:. telephone
R. F. Blackford pastor of St. J J
Frank and Louise Brackett of
John's Blackford Episcopal Sunday.Church Dr.,and and Mrs Mrs. Opa Locka are tonstlectomy patients :.SODTHERIlEELLTElEPHOnE ODD TELEGRAPH [OmPAD9Iaesapeearte
in the Post Graduate hos jibe -
Blackford made a tour of Florida pital. tor ... _
.. after attending the American
Medical Association convention at
Atlantic City and a medical con-
ference at st. Louis. They also
/ visited Mr. and Mr. Harrison ,

, Mann at Jacksonville.- The SmallHOM

',: Mrs. E. J. Dyal returned! Monday

0', from Hendersonville N. c.,
;. where she spent two weeks attending -
to final detaIl connected with
the finishing a.( their new summer
: 'lIom\ Lake Laurel'Jn Laurel.
Park, a Hendersonville subdivision ENow
, The first floor of the house I
I* of stone and the second floor, of

: log*. _

Mr. and Mr*. Thomas Shields
, who spent the winter at their winter -
home on Yetter road left Tues-
, ': day for their summer home In Traverse the small home can be built right from startto
,, City Mich.- "' finish. It can be well designed. It can be well

Mr. and Mr;:*. D. P. Blake, Jr., constructed. It can include modern conveniences.The .
of South AllapatUh are pending
a few week at their home in Con-
cord, Ga. small home has never been so usable-and

Mr*. Tyler Veasey, wife of the livable. Home financing: has never been so prac-

reporter for the Leader-Enterprise, tical for the. erate-income family.
and their ion, Paul, have arrived "
JiI from Louisville, Ky.. to Join Mr.
r, Veasey. They have taken a residence The down payment may be as low as one-tenth of I
N. W. Fourth street .
i on the property valuation. One loan will take care '

., Mr and the Mrs birth Leon of a daughter Revell announce In- s/Gl of the remaining' cost of a new home. Repayment .

the Kendall hospital on Monday. lop is made in monthly installments out of your Income : ;
The Rev. Grace Slocum of Atlanta over ample time.
Oa. la a guest at the home
of the Rev. W. J. Parker, pastorof R We will help through application |
the Homestead Nazarene PRp f you put your

Church. She will conduct the for an FIIA loan.Brooker.
, morning service at the church Sun- PP

N flay. 1 KtiEP Lumber Co.rr.

Mr. Given Victor, Mr*. Evelyn a5Y .
/, \ Hatton and Bill Tim left kit week 10 Homestid Phone 62IoMGA
Fla'J !
5e. i for Huntsville Mo. /vS : I

r t Audy Clbb returned, home ,-,<,
Tuesday night from Plant.City ,
where he spent two month In the;
i employ of a tomato packing house. 1
A. W. Hutchinson left Friday for
Rldgeland S. C. He expect to be s x t
gone two month

Mr. and M-L'J.;: M. Holferty
pent several day last week visit.
Ins the Rev. and Mrs. J. C. Geke-

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r . Social Events in South Dade . J i



Gertrude Hobson and Robert English -

Miss Eva Estelle: Sullivan, to leave at once for a short honeymoon Sherard wa announced j| The Monday Music Club closed A refreshment course wa

daughter of Mr. and Mr*. David I s I trip and to fettle down In Tuesday evening at a sewing bee IU second season, May J, the beginning ved. ser I
R. Sullivan, will become the bride ;,: their new home at 4661 Delor at the home of Mrs Bruce EnnU
of Joseph John Dickman of St. street St. Louis after June 10. The marriage will take place ef National Musk Week, Present beside the hostesses and

Louis on Tuesday, May 10, In the I I The bride belong to one of June 4. with a program of modern those on the program were: Mn
American music, at the A. M. Logan, Mrs. H. C. Nichols
home of
rectory of the Sacred Heart I:1I0me teMcS'* pioneer families. She The announcement was madeon ,
Church. The Rev. James 10.1 1 was graduated from Homestead the place card when the hostes Mrs. W. B. Mills. Mn. Preston B. Bird, Mrs Tom

Cloonan will perform the ceremony High School In 1933 and attended served a salad and tea course i' Mr. Mill and tie retiring president Faust Mr. S. L. West Mn. B. K

In the presence of member I I the school of Music at the Florida MU Hobson I I. a daughter of Mn. Julian II. Webster r Gatlin Mn Sam J. Davis, Mn,

of the Immediate families. I State College for Women and Mr. and Mn. R. L Hobson and were the hostesses J. R. Rutland, Mn. W. M. Fifield,

Mn. John Roberta of Tallahassee i the John B. Stetson Conservatory. proprietor of Alice1 Beauty Par Mrs L L. Bow made the address Mn. Frank Webb, Mn. W. R. Bird

the former MlM Ela ATOM- ,For the past four yean she ha lor. Mr Sherard .1* a ton of Mn of the day. and mentioned Mn R. E. Edwards, Mn. C. H.Steffanl .
Qulnnle Sherard. particularly Mana :Zucca, Miami Mn. Lonnie Hood, Mr*.
rena of Homestead, who was a I taught piano in her studio at the
high school and college friend of home of her parent I Those present at the sewing composer Mrs. H. H. A. Beach Lloyd Dietz Mn. George Wake-

the bride will be her only attendant The bridegroom I* the only ion bee were,: Mn W. B. Caves, Jr, Charles J. GriffU and MacDowell.Miss field, Mrs. B. M. Hindman Mrs.
M. Alozgonky of Miami of Mn. Mary Dickman and the late Mr. Ansel Barrow Mrs. Harold Rebecca Fisher spoke about J. W. English Mr*. E. L Lawrence,

will be the belt mar Henry Dickman of St. LouU. He Oxford, Mra. Ovid Sullivan, Mill music at the world' fair and Mn. H. P. McDaniel Mn. W. E.

After the service a wedding reception wa born In that city and In 1930 Hobson and Mrs. Ennls. Mrs A. W. Hutchinson talked Rheney, Mn. H. Collier Mrs. Vane
'about the power of music. I N. Harris Mn. George M. Frlck,
will be held at the home of was graduated with honors from
the bride's parent for ail the rela the school of commerce of StLouU I Mn. Howard Johnson playedEthelbert Mrs. Carl F. Robinson, Mn Fred
lives and friend, of the young University with the degreeof \V. F. A. ROBERTSON! WEDS NMKS. Nevln's "Shepherd1 All Redd, Mr. C. Hagler Rice, Mr J.

couple. B S. In commerce. lie .1* an MAE BARNES OF MIAMI and Maiden Fair"; MU Jamie J, Richard, Mrs. Wm Mussel-
The brU4 and bridegroom plan i, accountant: *"**"*""' W. F. A. Robertson of Florida 'Richards sang "Ah Sweet Mysteryof white, Mn E. H. Gallaher. Mrs.J. .

City and Mn. Mae E. Barnes of Lite" from Victor Herbert' Tom Vann, Mrs G I. Gault
llA : Miami were married In Miami May "Naughty Marietta"; Mr. Joseph Mis* Bertha Nill Hausman and
: MISS MART GRAHAM IS Mrs: W. I.. and Mrs, W. Mlu Helen .
Elder West
4. and left at once for a wedding played Mana Zucca'i"Value
BRIDE OF JOSEPH a JOHNS 'I Clark, Mr. and Mr*. Henry I
:, IJ. trip to the world'* fair in New BrUllante"; Mr. Mill and The next meeting will ba Ire
Miss Mary Freeman Graham of JrT f! and Mr. W. V. York. Mn. J. D. Redd played a piano September.
Princeton and Joseph G. John of Smythe Mr. and Mn. L. N. Wilson -
They plan. also to stop In Pittsburgh duet "Creole Eyes" by L. Gotts- I
Naianja were married May 4 In Mr. rirtdllA.! H. CNlcTiBts, chalk
and Mn Walter
I for a visit with relative of ; Gaby
the county court house In Miami. Mr. and M s. C J. Penman Mr. PRESBYTERIANS TO HAVE
played mazurka
Mr. Robertson and In Cleveland a by Gottschalk.
The bride wore a tailored blue Mr R F White Dr. and Mn COVERED DISH SUPPER
for a visit with relative of Mr*. The concluding number of theproram
eapembto and white bat, shots Frank Hauaman, Mr. and Mn. Robertson.. wa a group of three I The Woman' Auxiliary of the
and gtevee.She Stillng, Mr. and Mn. Gauzen, Mr. I Homestead Presbyterian Church
When they return In the fall Ferris and Brown songs "ThereIs
la a daughter of Rufus K. and Mn. Hook, Mr. and Mn. Land Called has Invited all member of the
they will occupy the Robertson a Dreamland",
Graham and Mrs. Bessie Graham. Blackford, Mr. and Mr*. Ralph church and friends to a covered
home on North Broadway Flor- "Where the Daisies Grow" and
She wa born In Princeton and Wilson, Mr*. W. K. Haas. Mn.Ceoige ida City. "Aunt Drucilla' Garden" by a :dish supper to be held at the home
was graduated from Redland High N. Wakefield, Mrs. Lena sextette of Dr. and Mr. Carl F. Robinson
of sixth
Robertson served for several grade girls, Virginia -
School In 1(37. Knowlea. Mn Richard' Huff, next Thursday evening at 7 o'clock.
yean a* president of the Florida Walker Rheney, Ardel
The bridegroom la a ton of Mr. Mrs. Virginia Walton, MU Bertha Jennie I The from a silver offering
City council. He 1* now engagedIn Parman, Hardy, Doris money
and Mn. E. T. John of Naranja. Nlll Hauaman, Mia Jean Parman, farming. Ada Dodaon and Margaret Booth.A which will be taken will be used,
He wa born In Lake City and was MU Mary Jackson, MU Virginia
1. .. furling silver goblet, a gift for the EdmUton-Fearlng Memo
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educated there and In Wauchula. Haas, MU Ellen Huff, MU Alene """ "" "'
I from the club, was presented to rial fund for a girl's home In Belgian
: He la now employed by the Na. Vercoe, MU Marcia Gauzen, Patricia Ii i The Calendar Mr*. Webster by Mn. Frank Congo. A program will be

: ranja Rock Co. Walton, Barbara Jean and ,.,,,. ..... Hausman This goblet will com- presented on the objective.
; They are living in an apartment I Norton Wakefield, H. L. Cook, JoeGauzens plete a Mt of 1> owned by Mn. All members are asked to get la
; In the home of the brldVi mother Theodore Know lei, May H-Benefit bridge party Webster touch with Mn. Robinson concerning -
at Princeton. Bruce Scott, A. T. Jackson, Dickie for Homestead.Woman' Club at the
1 The first five the menu.
on waitinglist
Huff and DICk Wilson.WOMAN'S Foulk home at 2 o'clock.
1 I Mrs. R. E. Edward Mn. W. \
May 12.-H. H. S.
\ I May 12.-R. H. S. Junior-senior R. Bird Mn. Preston B. Bird MnE. W. M. U. Circle One will hold a
CLUB GIVES banquet at Pancoaat hotel.May H. Gallaher and Mn Herman mission study session and covered

\ Mr and Mrs W. P. McMichael I BRIDGE TODAY 14. Townsend Club meetIng Mark, were admitted to memo I dish luncheon at the home of Mr*.
gave a farewell party May 4 for Mrs H. K. Foulk and Miss Pearl I In Neva King School I bership in the club. frank Irwin on Monday.
t their Jack, who left with Ms Cooper
son. Whitaker will sponsor a benefit ---- ----
May IS. Joint
luncheon meeting -
parents for Eau Gallle Wednesday bridge party at the home of Mn :
of Garden Club
r After an evening of game and Foulk this afternoon at 2 o'clockaccording Woman' Homestead I imJI r
Club in clubhouse.
dancing ice cream, cake and punch to an announcementmade
I| May It.-Meeting of Gleaner
were the business
Present beside Mr. and Mrs the Woman'a at Club of meeting Homestead of I' with Mrs.16.J. Lee Smith. TH DIXIE DRUG
l May Meeting of Woman's'Club '
1 McMichael and their ton*. William in the clubhouse Tuesday after of the Redlands. I
and Jack, were: Mr. and Mrs. noon. -
Robert Hester, Mr. and Mrs. T. J. May 16.-Meeting of W. M. S.
( Mrs. L. L. BoUr wa made poet circles. Homestead, Florida
\ Blelr, Mn Lawrence Becker, Mn laureate oCtha-Uub, It waelded *-*)-
i T. E. Kirby, Mn. C. B. Barnes, to give Mn. Jane Nesbltt, Auxiliary.May 17-Meeting of Legion

Miss Jamie Richards, Miss Betty public health nurse, one dollar
May 17. Meeting of r. L
Brown, Idiom Katharine Orfandee
., I each month for medical suppliesfor
Miss Goaldla Grermell. Miss Betty I the needy.The ; Club with Mn. A. W. Jonei. Big Bottle ELKAYH
May IS-Meeting of EpiscopalAuxiliary. '
Jane Meybem. Miss Doris Warr closing meeting of the season .
Mia Virginia Ooney, Miss Loube I II will be a Joint meeting with WHITE SHOE
May 18 Covered
Barnes MlM Julia Sullivan Mill I the South Uddy Garden'Club ,Oil supperof
Adraln Calahan Miss Wava Hor. Homestead Presbyterian churchat CLEANERChocolate
; :Monday. Medlng* will be resumed Carl F
ton, Mill France Lamb Miss Iris I Oct. 10. I Robinson home. ,
Capllnger, Miss Rose Peterson, May 18.-Meeting of Homestead
The yearly reports of the treasurer Home
MU Mary Jo Close, WillardBarnes 1 Mn. W. D Bishop, and the Demonstration Club J
May 19--R. H. S. senior play
1 Theodore Knowlea, Lester I secretary, Mrs. A. F. Arthur, were
Archer Preston Bird, Jr., Jimmy May 24.-Tri-ichool public
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\ SchaJlern. Edwin ',Booth Elbert read.Mn.. Bishop read a paper on speaking festival rt N op i
i West, Sheridan Miller, Edward and May 24.-R. H. S. clan night
"Gold In the United States". rw
I'I'I May 28.-Homeatead P. T. A. COMB r j
I Howard Kirby, D. L and Harry Those'present were Mn. A. M. %
) Bowen, J. T. Godwin and carlton 1 Logan, Mn. Joel J. Robinson Mn meeting at I af49 Laxative

Sweet. I N. G. Ball, Mrs George Harris, I ,vdf,p4rrr/G re s/fli '

"I 1 Or Irene Ahanklln, Annie R.Butler C acting
the whole family/Vl
AT PARISH SUPPER : Mn. Foulk, ;.. Bishop, I mAra Silque hk.w.
Mn. Arthur, MU Whitaker *
( Reports to the recent diocese
I and Mr*, D. W. SheUUne, a vis- Pack 100 Purest
j convention: were made by the Rev. I itor.
K. T. Blackford and Edward Stile

Ing at the pariah upper given by .. B ASPIRIN TABLETS

i St. John' Episcopal Church inHospitality Dr. Leonard >V, Haskln Woo1p14t4of; Gl this acea-

: House Friday evening. I ._........ U R.- son) tii ups-
Mrs. J. A. Hook and Mn. J. E. news w a.. rice nettle, and 4(j,4 -'
Gausena were In charge of., ar I 1h.1 WATCH OUR ADS,'wet depes/ani o -

I rangement \I tot K. I run ., quality always.
Mr. and r .
Those present were: ', 0....._ TKW QITs. MOTHER'S % caA e/A
: ;. Mrs. Albert R. Cave,. Mr. and 1 .sole loin -.B

..a "da fttogt wt&
>** sow ka bC ,,teat s DAY talcum

or. .lbslks NOMMO Worn V* Warm weather ''r
r.] seep to tnadla end looks Well GIFTS ddell.estely.coated.

st OR Sees We nee.m.ndSbelioa

i\: Osteopathic Physician TbermlqM Wave Cregaigawe r rT NielToo'

teed thwsw *tee. lie daa a.
Phone 39 always wekeme
.' pul1al"r sued
HIKE'S BEAUTY at ear store where Jo I promptly wills rarest,

Homestead Fla. PARLOR 4i+Ifadfrl.adlyser.ks. DRUA3 potent lagredieats.

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[ Social Events I committee decided at 1U closing
Mr*. A. W. Hutchinson wu installed Fox served as installing sergeant meeting Monday afternoon to give t
11 president of the American Mrs Westfalls presented Mn 1 fifteen dollars to the library for
teflon Auxiliary of John O Sally Fred Redd, the outgoing president, magazines twenty dollan to the "+
I school tor the propeeed double tea- '
with a past president's pin, a Sift
ilCBSL MARTIN AVERY OF MIAMI INSTALLS :Tort at a luncheon In teflon hall from the summary, and Mrs. Redd I nit courts, and aiiiaeB dollars for ,
Monday, by Mrs. E. T. Westfallsof an washrooms ,
} presented Mrs. Wettfalls wttti' liquid soap containers for :
the Harvey Seeds Auxiliary, a gift .1
'.. fifth district viot-pretidcnt. Mr*. Present besides those sunned The committee decided aba to .,:
f: Mrs. Martin Avery, treasurer of economics, Mn. Casper Williams Edward Norman,Sr.,MM.Frank B. wen: Mrs. M. C. Brown and Mn. hare the stage painted before commencement "
the Cade County Council of Par- and Min Bertha Nil Hausman; secretary and treasurer Mn. H. Frank Johnson of Miami. Mrs. exercise* are heM. ,
( I music, Miss fisher; refreshments, H. Ewing, chaplain Mn. Fritz Edward Norman, ST. Mrs.Frank& These recommendations were approved .1
jjfents and Teachers, Installed Mn. Mrs Arthur Davis; library, Mn. Schroeder, historian; and Mrs. Ceo I RIM Mrs lake Brooks, Mrs. i. A. by the membership Wednesday .oJ
WChai- Clchenberger president ofFthe Mary D. Nettles; Girl Scouts, Mn. W. Turner, Jr., sergeant Smith Mrs. Harold Sheffield Mrs. night
Redland P. T. A. at the closing Carl F. Robinson and Miss Ruth Mrs. frank Schroeder, "-at-arml.j W. II:. Rheney, Mrs. Wm. J. Oeronimo. -
'.I";meeting of the school year Wednesday Murray; program Mn. Oeo. Polk; dent, wit not pment MIL AND MRS. JACK POLK
night In the school Iud 1j 1- I historian, Mn. I. L. Fletcher; GIVE FISH FRT
i&or1um. Other officers: installed grounds, D. R.Snyder; health, Mn SOPHOMORES ARE GUESTS AT SUPPER Mr. and Mrs. Jack Polk gave *
.j'syers: vice-president, Mn. Jane Nesbitt; art Miss Mildred I fish try at their home on Monday.The .
?',,cart Llndgren; second trtee-preisV Small; founders day program and PARTY GIVEN FOR PRESTON BIRD, JR. guests were Mr, and Mr*.
\:: dent, Mn Lawrence Polk, treasurer i publications, Min Elinor Payne,! -- Oeo. folk, Mr. and Mrs H. K
,,' Mn; Frank Hathaway; and decorations, Mrs. Edw.: Norman In honor of the fifteenth birthday Charles Connor, Archer TJudton, Foulk and son, John, Mr. and Mn.Harry
secretary, Mist Katherine Davis. and carnival, Mn. Stanley.Dr. I Cooper and daughter, Janet:
I of their son, Preston, Jr., Elbert Dolar, Sheridan Miller,
..,'f Mrs. Avery was introduced by Carl F. Robinson, the guest and Mn. Preston B. Bird Jack McMichael, James Sullivan, Mrs.Julia Polk and Misses Carolyn
'.Principal Carl Wagner after *ev- speaker, talked on "Child Health tained the members of the Mr'j Q. Low and Tommy Harris.Mr and Katherine Autrey.Mr. .
w oral selections had been played and diet. more class of Homestead
+py the band under the direction I After a short talk on plans for School at a hamburger supper, *. W. R. Bird was hottest to and Mrt. Paul Reynolds had
,,'.ol Miss Rebecca Fisher. I the grounds and for double tennis cooked and served In the outdoor ,the Episcopal Woman's Auxiliaryon as dinner guests Friday evening
1 Yearly report were given by the. courts, Mr. Wagner presented Mn. living room of their home Friday May I.I Mn. Marks Sestler of Tampa,
..treasurer, Mn. Hathaway, and : D. E. Batter, the outgoing president night Mn. R. Tyrut of Cairo and Mn.
the following chairmen: ufeteria.1 with sin I storing silver tea. Dancing preceded and followedthe I Major and Mn. E.J. Close ws Edward Farnell of Perrlne. Mrs.
Mrs. Elchenberger; spoons An ice cream and cake recent dinner guests -of Mr. and Sessler was a week-end guest at
Mrs. M. J. Bonds and Mn Cunningham The attendance prize was won supper. Mrs. Preston B. Bird. the Reynolds home.
count was served later In the
; membership, Mrs. Hugo by Miss JulU Sullivan's room of t
and Mn. Polk finance evening. tI
jVlhlen ; seventh grade girls. Present besides Mr. and Mn I
and budget, Mrt. Undgren; hospitality Punch and cookies were served ST031ACIITROUBLE ,
BIrd. and Preston were: Mayor
Mn. W. H. Russell; home;alter the meeting. DR.R.S.AKERSDENTIST
and Mn Tom Harris, Colonel and I
Mn. Hale, Mrs. Lawrence
!aiRSL> W. B. MILLS' PIANO PUPILS GIVE Becker, Mn. Ben Archer, Miss Effectively treated

I I RECITAL IN OBSERVANCE OF MUSIC WEEK Emily Jones, Miss Betty Brown, Office 3oon: a. ... to S v. m.Soadsjrj .
Miss Adrian Callahan, Miss Iris 1 by Chiropractic
Capllnger, Miss Constance Hunter, 11* It
,< Mrs. W. B. Mill presented her The Swallow"___._ Burgmueller Mist Virginia Kinner, Miss Frances 0&akrdan I II "Start getting well today"

piano pupils In a music week re- "Happy Farmer....__.... Schumann Lamb, Miss Betty Jane Meybem, !
t''rltal Monday .night at her new Frank Sausman Miss Katherine Orfsndes, Miss I Free Parking Space Dr. R. J. Elliott )
"Scarf Dance"._..._.. .. Ctuunlnade Rose Peterson, Miss Jamie Richards mi N. w. arm ST. MIAMI
'home at 300 East Kings HighwayTh CHIROPRACTORnone
Virginia Walker Miss Doris Warr, Lester
following lX'Oer.m was "To a Wild Rose"_...... MacDowell: Archer Frank Bilello, Edwin I ruuAE S-2131 Bldg. 1119a lead
,given; Dale Faust Booth, Joe Byrum, Richard Caves, w
rsnow Shoeing" .. Williams "Serenade Barcarolle" ... Sabathil
"The Cuckoo" ..: :_..::::: Williams Crletje Terburg

I Marlon Anderson "Remembrance". ... .. Brannan

,'Betty's Walt_.__.._.__ Martin Athley Kemp
Mary Frances Morton, "The Home Guard" .. Oreenwald
Barbara Smith Frank Hausman, Dale Faust, .

"t Secret"_._.._.d __ Gatitfer Mn. Mills
"" Dale Faust Present at the recital were: Mr.
;*Lt Donna e Mobile'Verdi and Mrs. Tom Faust, Mr. and Mrs.
Barbara Jean Smith Carl Anderson, Mr. and Mn Mar-
"Pretty Rainbow" .. ... Greenwald low Jacobsen, Dr. and Mn. Frank
Mary Frances Morton Hausman, Mn. Julian H. Webster,
'Spinning Song" Ellamenreich Mn. Bevo Webb, Mn, J. D. Redd,
; Marlow Jacobsen Mrs. Arthur Smith, Mn. Andy

Duet . "'---"_..'?_ .._ Low Terburg, Mn W. E. Rheney, M....
1 Marlon Anderson George Morton, Mn. Bessie Kemp I

; Mrs J. D. Redd Mrs. Marcua'Naljcer-_._ m .._ I

MRS. KERCADO UONORED < Those present were Mr. and
AT SURPRISE DINNER |Mn W. B. Caves, Mr. and Mn
A surprise chicken dinner WAS I A. R. Livingston Mr. and MnChaa. pia
.given la honor of the birthday anniversary G.Turner, Mrs. Grace Whit- Con
of Mn. Florence Ker- ten of Miami, Mn. Walter Thompson
,eade Friday evening In the Tropical Mrs. L. L. Bow, Mn. Geo. W.
Cafe by Allis Ruth Steftant. Turner Jr., Mn. J. W. English, --
A color scheme ol pink, green and Mrs Rose Wilson Mn. Fran --
aqUa was used. Morris )In. Freak Schneider, c:=- ,. J
Mn. Katz Mrs. J. X: Davis' Mrs.
Coven were Md for: Mr. end
B. W. Mullins, Mrt. Lloyd Deitz,
Mrs. Randolph Caves, Mrs. Selma
Belts, Mn. Kencado, Mist Bernice Mn. Lewis and the Misses Esther
'tee. Miss Geraldine Rettx, lack and Helen Livingston.B. Home Ownership i

.;!sense,A. C- Buck and Miss Stef- .
) =
;'GRAND CONDUCTRESS Mn. Herman Schlegel and Mrs. used to mean years of tedious saving and waiting. Today you
C. It Stetfanl weD the door prizes
jTO. COME MAT It i at the card party given by the a can enjoy your home while you pay for it conveniently the

Plant for entertaining Mn..Martfcn -' Busmen and Professional Wo LIBERAL TERMS of the FHA PLAN. This is the modern way ==
Nebb, grand conductress' f the
man's Club in the Hospitality
,,grand chapter of the state on May, House Saturday evening. to finance a modern home. The chief advantages of the FICA 5_
U, were made at the meeting of
la contract bridge, Mrs. a M.
..Ad Astra Chapter at the O. E. S.' Hindman von the high leersprix ; Plan are:
Friday evening in the I. O. O. F Mr. Hindman, the second
I ;
; when build asmall
hall First A reasonable down payment you buy or
Mn. J. D. Vedd will present prize; and Mrs. Schlegel, the low:BE :
"a musical program at this meeting score prize. A. H. Jarrett won the home.
Mrs. Betty Lewis, past matron, high score prize in auction : _
of Fort Dallas chapter in Miami Mrs. Jack Hamlett, the = Second: A single mortgage that covers most of the cost of the
and grand Instructress of District prize; and Mrs. Sohegel, brld"1
Xt last year, gave a talk. i score prise. = new home. _

. ., Third: Interest rate limited by law-figured on reduced prfn- '"

clpal basis. 5 53

O N' S = Fourth: Convenient monthly Installments thrifty way of S

'RbQUbST == making your rent money buy your home. =

1uLtp Let us help you with your home plans and aid you in obtaining j

== an FHA lean.


: Dart women have learned ..henUI r want '. g
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Makt) your appointment, & yl LUMBER AND BUILDING MATERIAL I

i :PAT'S BEAUTY PARLOR '- Phone 5074 Frank L. Skill, Owner Homestead, Fla. =
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VVrlttc by Members of the Homestead Rich School Journalism Club ---..--.-.. Mr. and Mrs. Bevo Webb entertained

BARBARA BCRKE, Edits DISTRICT OFFICIALS Mission.ri d ,".W.; made by firs. I the Tenner club at their

-...--...."'."'.........."" ''''..'''"''.".............."' .................-...........,....,..............-..---.................----.- VISIT REBEKAIIS L. A. Wise; and a reading, "Bene- home Tuesday evening Mrs. B.

Present Polish Play I HONOR ROLL Mrs. Barbara Hendry, district diction," was given by Miss Lucille M. Hindman and Julian 1C Webster -
Edna! West Mrs. W. M. rifleld
Twelfth grade-high,
At Music Week Event j Booth, Virginia Dorsey WIllII.m'' deputy president and Mrs. Cora and Mrs. S. I. West sang solos. were awarded high score

I iMcMlchael, Harvey Rue, Betty Russell past district deputy president --- prizes

The seventh grade music class Richards, Madge Thompson Lucille both of Coral Lodge in Co- LESTER ARCHER GIVES The others present were: Mr.

presented an assembly program I. West; low, Howard Lamb, Lil- contit Grove, were honor guests BIRTHDAY FISHING PARTY and Mrs. Frank Webb, Mr. and

Wednesday, tint to the elemen- burn Nixon, Elizabeth Mcllwaln !at the Rebekah Lodge meeting Lester Archer who became IS Mrs T. J. Faust Mr. and Mrs. W.
tary school and then to the high Annabel Redd, Louise Paeettl years of age on May S celebratedthe
E. Rheney, Mr. and Mrs. W. R.
Monday night In the Odd Fellows ; !
school In observance of National i Clarnbelle Stuart, Eleanor Sullivan event by entertaining a group
Week. This clan baa been Truitt Bui- hall Bird, Mr and Mrs. Geo. N. Wake-
Music Barbara Burke of friends on sn all day fishing
studying Pollih and Ctechslovak- I. lard Sybil Cheshire Barbara A committee composed of Mrs trip In Biscayne Bay. field, Mrs. Webster and Mr. Hind-

Ian folk songs ai a unit of work Done, Marcia Gautena, Louise R. O. Moon, Mrs H. B. Beattie Present besides Lester and his man.

for the past several week Harris Peggy Allen. and Mrs. Blanche Chapman was father, Ben Archer, were Preston

The play "At the Frontier" by I'!I Eleventh grade-high, Howard appointed to work with a committee Bird, Jr., Edwin Booth, Jack Mc-

Stella Gushing, was presented in I West, Mary Grace English; low from the Odd Fellows to prepare Michael and James Mesbltt
native coitumea I I! Herbert Booth, Henry Dodson a memorial for the members $2.00 REWARDfor

The following students had II 1 I Nina Dyal, Mildred Field Rachel who have died during the past JUNIOR MUSIC CLUB

peaking parts: Irving Hooker, Gosiman, Coaldla Grennell Harry year. ,, WILL HONOR MOTHERS return of lost

Don Done, Jane Rucker, Betty Pierce Allen Pope Juanita Sas- Plans were announced for a I The Stephen Foster Junior Music bunch of keys to XYZ

Bailey Dolly Barnette, Gloria I nett, Ross Reltz Effie Mae Mother's Day program meeting of Club will give a Mother's Day program ,

De Maria, Ben Shuler, Howard Waters. Coral Rebekah Lodge at which I Sunday afternoon at S30: care of Leader-Enter

Kirby Norman Ernst, Jack Tenth grade high, Betty Mrs. O. C. Radford past junior o'clock at the home of Mr. and Mrs. prise. Will describe

Barnes, Betty Jenkins, Theda I Brown; low Edwin Booth, Archer deputy president, will Install the! I'' Oeo. N. Wakefleld.

Proctor:, Tommy Harris, Sam Dodson, Jay Newton, Frances new district deputy. Members of the Monday Music wanted keys before

Biondo and Vara Rheney. The Lamb. Several of the members told Club will be special guests. inspecting those

other members of the seventh I Ninth grade-high, James! Nes- how they became Rebekahs and TEENDE TORBERT HAS pre-

grade formed the chorus of peas bitt, Mabel Pope, Esther Rucker, what they had received from the BIRTHDAY CELEBRATIONMr. sented.
ants. I t I Doris Thompson Kathleen Freeman '
Mrs. Cora Belle
II I I Lamar organization. I' and Mrs. T. M. Torbert gavea
Leslie Cheshire,
Grinold will tell of her forty yearsas birthday dinnerIn honor of
Committee Chairmen I I Dickinson Charles Mlnger, MaryJo a member at the next meeting. the thirteenth birthday anniversary
Close loWrJD... Bowen, Ralph Homestead's Oldest .
Are Named by Council Those present were Mr. and Mrs. of their daughter Teenle,
Delllnger, Lewis Eaker. Charney
I Garrett, Barney Godwin, John Moon, Mr. and Mrs. Beattie, Mrs Tuesday evening at their home in 1 Barber Shop

,! Edna Forte R. W. Mulllns, Mrs. E. S. Capllng- Goulds. About twenty-six guests
Announcement of committee Kuhn, Wavsr Horton, '
chairmen: for the newly organized' Jack Harrier-Charles Robertson, er, Mrs. Carrie McCullough Mrs were present De L BOWENNow
Anna Mrs. MoUi.WIDlate. .
Student Council of Homestead Mary Pierce?Evelyn Sykes. Homestead women who attend
Dr. Irene Shanklln
High School was made at the first Eighth grade high, Fred..Hobart ed a bridge luncheon given by Mrs.
meeting Monday after school by Frances Rutland, Athley Hendry, Mrs. Russell, Mrs. Chapman Stacey Hawkins at her home in la new quarters three
Mrs. Grinold and Mrs Rad-
J. T. Godwin, the president With Kemp Hilda Dodson; low, Lois ford., Miami on Wednesday were: Mrs. doors sooth of the First

the exception of appointed senior Pierce, Carl Alexander. Geo. N. Wakefleld, Mrs. Ceo. M. Natters Bank

these chairmen will be In charge Seventh grade-high. Tommy Frick, Mrs. C. Hagler Rice Mrs.C. COOL AND SANITARY

next year also. Harris, Sue Moye, Vora Rheney YOUNG PEOPLE HAVE a Steffanl, Mrs. Frank Haul- Expert and courteous service.A .
Those appointed Ire: for fire Gloria DeMaria, Gene Mlnger, SOCIAL HOUR AT CHURCHThe man, Mrs. J. E Cauzens and Mrs. trial will be
drill Clinton Bishop; assembly Aida Connor, Clarice Dodson; young people of the Homestead W. J. Clark.

Mary Frances Arthur and Betty low, June Vann Fay Sklner Arnold Presbyterian Church enjoyed 0 -

Brown; messenger, Kathleen Freeman I Mcllwaln, Eugene Lett, Sam a social hour on the lawn of the r

; hospitality Jamie Richards; ;Biondo, Billy Forte, Horace Good- church Sunday evening before the

lust and found Preston' Bird: '.Ing, Walter Hoffman Phlllippi evening program After games, I

grounds, Howard Weir publicity, Goff and Geraldine Griffin punch and sandwiches were serv
Barbara Burke. I
The committees are composed of |Six Mutchler Pupils eighteen were present as
not less than two nor more than This social hour is held on the

four members, with one member j I I Give Assembly ProgramAn first Sunday of every month.

coming from the itudent<< body and

the others being members of the I \Interesting program of Instrumental W. M. U. HAS PROGRAM

council music was presented to ON MINISTRY OF HEALING

: Preston Bird was elected by the the student body last Wednesdayby "The Great Commission and the

I tenth grade to the council in place Erdell Mutcheler and a groupof Ministry of Healing" was the subject -
of J. T. Godwin who I II from Miami and
; now president his students of the program of the W. M.

: Homestead. U meeting Wednesday' afternoonin G. R. OLDENDORF & CO.
Miami students on the program
i the First Baptist Church.
i Pupils Enjoy Program were Tommy Stewart HenryPessry Mrs. Frank Irwin, leader of
Given by Music Club and Myrna Mutcheler Circle One, had charge of the pro-
played the accordion. gram. Mrs. C. 11:. Saunders gave a
Homestead students were Virginia talk on "Southern Baptists and PLUMBING SUPPLIES"We
Al this Is National Music Week Doraey'Ind William Me-
Healing". A story, "An Echo
the Monday Music Club presenteda I t Michael who played saxophones from the Southern Baptist Hospitals .
program In assembly on Wed- and Bruce Scott and Jack Mc-
related Mrs. W. B.
was by meet mail order house prices"
nesday. Mrs. Gault, treasurer of !Michael who played trumpets.
MyrIck; a talk, "Healing on
( the music club, was in charge oft I This group also presented a 25 Flagler Street Homestead

the program. musical 'program to the elemen-
\ The following numbers were tary school omber of Florida City; and two

{ given: -- sisters Mrs. Helen Brownell of
ti Piano solo "Lone Poem" (Mac- Melrose Mass, and Mrs. B. W. LEGAL NOTICES LEGAL NOTICESNOTICE
I Dowell)-Mrs. Mary Webb. Junior III Girls! to Enter Kendrick of New Bedford.

Violin Bolo "Souvenir" (Drdla) Diamondball ContestThe
Notlr k km.* trf_ that the following owrlhol l.ndt. or M murk thereof ..
I and "Garotte" (Gessle,-Roy Nelson LEGAL NOTICE will ko Mammary to pur tko amount duo for COULD* DRAINAGE DISTRICT tonofor -
( \ accompanied by Mrs, J. D. following, girls from the life rear ins. bn.ln OM _lie to the ,,_. tonrtkw with took ot ouch MO! 04drmUliK
NOTICE!: or APPLICATION FOR TAJ will ko Mid at public I unction on the Mk day of Juno, A. D. 8r.nt .
I ( Redd. junior high school team are goingto Ur.KD. Pita No. SHIM the .beer of II o'clock noon, nt the South ::"odoJ'the D d. County Court :.: ht
Piano solo, "By the Sea" (Liszt) Miami Saturday to compete In NOTICE: U HEREBY GIVEN that Makes. life City of 1110.... SUM of Florid
lctilv I ,, koMrr' .. o>lnw of City of South Dwrlntlo OM. t.o.... Name Total T..
-Mrs. Julian H. Webster. the annual diamondball game heldIn Miami T.. Conlflrou.' Numbered IIS and. Eli of NEW of NF* of NEU_ -.11 Hit. O. A. Sickle ..... .._.._. ..I I.ITSb
Clarinet solo "Serenade" (Gou Flamingo Park: Lots Pierce III. dotod. the IM day of Julr. A. D. 1.U. Wofl N I I of E ban filed told Certificates. hi orrie*. .nd iof5WIOaW 10 rod of .
nod)-Geo. M. Frick accompanied Doris Kelly, Virginia Hobson,, ko .._ application for to*oir dead to low Sly of N l-l of Sri( of .W)4_ .IS 14Wki 4G 1 Eawb t.. vines-__... .. HI'
by Principal B. M. Hindman. Dorothy Sullivan Mary Roberta IkoroMi" In onontonio with low Sold CorttflMH. of SWV4 of NWU '.. .40 MWV4 4G 10 Unknown19.84
I ombrora the following d. rrlb..d of of NWU B:'4"
Vocal lOla, "Resignation"RoamerMrs. Mary Mlstretta, Ellen Sclmllern rooortr .It...... In Dod. County, PlarUo, WU of ( "R. .. IS MM M M Arthur Lout OuM. .. ... 10....
t ( Wm. Mll8lelwblte.i Marjorie Connor and Teresa Redd. ......It: T ACM of NE4.1NSofii \
duet "Creole Lot II. Mhrlor. P1,... to the Cltr of UM R.... .. ..... -_ _. .t. MUT Arthur Lout. OoM.Mo ..... .... II."
Piano Eyes"Gottschalk .
i i if Sowtk: /. Counnr of Dodo But. of Fl .. Sal AII.Mllok Cudono, a His..
f ( )-Mn, Margaret Mills ida. omknuMd In Cortuicot. No. SIS.iiMini PR III Pto. M.,.._......._.. .M II 46
Redd. Macomber Funeral The .nt of Mid property KndM the Lot IS. Jllk II ...._......__ Nettle Mw Uwb.____._. .T4
t i and Mrs. old. lorttffcnto. heard won In the Mm of .Lot IS. Hlk 11 ..._fc 6_..._ Wattle MM Lewis..__ .14
The pupils' greatly enjoyed and Held In Florida City U... (8l..Md) RATES WOOD,
'f 7t sues nod. Tu CuI.......
appreciated this excellent Lot MTlon Pino. hi the Coy ofSouth Count ,
: program MCounty oi D.do. Butto of ( .. 1l. I5. IS, INS Dnd. County: Uuuul fin.
presented for their benefitby Funeral services for Mrs. AddleR. Pkray .. ovkrond In Crtlllr.t. No. ....
Macomber 71 who died at 9 The noiM.niint of MM oroporty under the NOTICE
the music club.Elementary Mid rtlflMM.. lMt..d WM In lIMo ..M of NotlM I. Wrrbf dnn that the following ........... I...., or M mart thereof ..
I o'clock Saturday night at her homein U "'' ..1II1Mo Mtomnr to *or (k. amount duo for NARANJA DRAINAGE DISTRICT toM
Florida City, were held at I 'i'.w Certificates ....111Mo redeemed.II. fr 1M ,.... I.... Minn OIl wp.ella I. aM __ trouser with end of Mork 1010 and
: I Classes MoMdln. to Uw, ... o.d will base than 04101.... will IMo told at gob11n ......... .. MOF. tile ash of J"_ A. D. n.,
o'clock Tuesday afternoon at the on on tin lltk dir of J.... A. D. IM.. at tin hour of It .'..... none. ot the Sontk door of the lIMe Vocals, Court B_ I*
{ To Have Music Contest Florida City Community Church D.M4 tkt. Mk du of M.r. A' D. 111*. tin CUr of Miami. Slate of Florae.Il .
C. IILCATHCRMAM.Clork ..... a... <.... re..IS a Nome Total TlRobin
Burial was In Woodlawn Cemetery of Clronll Cowrl 1"1'% of NW14 of aw g-... ___ H.. II Brrnnt._._- ..I I....
: All six II'ld- elementary Miami, In charge of the Ad. Do
school have begun music appreciation Astra Chapter, Order of the Eastern ( Court 5..ltar N. C. ITER Tr. D. C.IMap : Miami s.... Land ra si a PS Development*, is.-",-.. _C_.',._it IT is
: lessons in earnest The Star of Homestead. Services .11. It H: 10M..% 19591 Oar It, K It. Blk I- II P. M. H.............. __ lilt
at the church conducted N IM- of WI S.> 4... ...- ........ 4 It 4a ..... Iwo Ollont VIo___ S7.f S
pupils In the upper grades are were by i unv ., N "ir of Posh .*> ..._ 4 H 5e '"'.1' lose 0115.51 V,,_...... "1.11
'" making notebooks In which to keep the Rev. C. G. Nelson pastor. JlW S 01 M114....--.......-_..______ 5 .7 4G It Broke D. 'TP. 1S

the names of the records, the lives Mrs. Macomber a native of New EXPERT RADIO Ink S A_,...,...._.._.._...._", 4))....
of the great composers and pictures Bedford Mass. came to Florida 5w1t K HE\, Nw1(_ i 11 N weiSarra .D. ..- 1-1
the City 14 She let S ..._ Potter,
F about composers years ago. was p REPAIRING In. Aiu. It: .$
On the last Friday of school a member of the Celestla Chapter, tl106 N IIWI6 of '7'0'16_ 1 If II II rile. C. Cockran; 4 Not.II. .
contest will be Order of Eastern Star at New Bed J. carbon...__..,. __ Site
music memory conducted Prompt service on all ..
"j NI111"'_ _._ If II It -. D. l.rr.r ISInt.
and as the pupil listens tot ford. She was active In the affairs Si Pill Hi CoUor,
VIctrola record he will write of the Ladies Aid Society of makes specializing on I".. Ait.,-- 411P.
'1 the sW% of 1116...__ t If to N II. D.Un_ =":._ : .414:
the title, the composer and the nationality the Florida City Community automobile radios Nty : 111 198 P. M. Dolon-_".... __..-. 1*. $
of the composer on his Church. Her death followed an It ;'N'r\-I Lwa; ; NW ( wir.111 N :: 40 r: M: Data* (Tar; Ink
o lug t IIST a lode)_ IMJS
contest blank. Illness of three years.Surviving 514 of NEIL _.........___ .IS of 4S seJ'. M. Dolan. .....*
L C. Dodd ..
Hloo4 Lead S PinlinoiMl Co* .. .
r The student will also be liked Mrs. Macomber are rOak. : 'J.
.. PS .t Pea. ,,__-I, IT 4*
.to Identify the sound of various husband William X. MacomID.r Hewers 81.,. Lam M .. IS Blk t._, Se L... aL tdw..i.-.. si.ar ,
musical Instruments as well M to I retired grocer of Florida .OAOSC Flume Signed. IIATU WOOD. ,.
sues od Crawly Tax Capstan, .
, Identify tyke picture of composers. "; a daughter Miss Alice Mac- J). Comotr. Mini, (I*. /rw s. ... ss. 646 Is", '

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' Friday, May 12. 1939 THE I.EADiR.: ENTERPRISE rage Eleven :


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i I UIIIn' ;. OF Pt'eLICAttoYarm
: HAKBEUON. Plaintiff. CI"Ii'1
K. MATE: File Insertion 104 a Hot; ;

.................. ........ .... .... ...... ..................... ...... .......... .... .... ........j,, TO LAU LARK GEOIICE GWRG&HARRRRON HAaDUOlI: '...t a UM ,t

donor \1.k..... j.oiIi.FOR .
i iI
I I IT Is ORDx0ED that file ap.pmraso "

pteacJ-Dr. J. E. Johnston Remand tomtnnnlty; Church-' IM to the on Bill the of 5th Complaint dot ; or.D"1a::. D. RENTFOR I wr Palm drive and Richard rood. j jI

pastor. Sunday school at 9:43 i the Rev. C. Q. Nelson, paitor.' the above atylad taw, otherwise a dim1pro 1 (pmll .

m. Preaching at 11 a. m. and ::3I Church school at 10: Breathing at The aonfaaac HimatUad will tends'E.torpae W antorrd against ta do vmk.>laaatad RENT--Furnished two bed- I S

p. m.; B. Y. P. U. at 0-JO: p. m IL Epworth League at 6:3ik Midweek 1 aa the -.+spaper In wkoftA a eadwshelf room houi e. also furnished FOR SALE Tropical plant, tit.

Prayer services Wednesday at 7.30p. : prayer and Bible study o.Smcathm be pukllakad w..bw W a weak lot fowl, apartment. Reasonable rent rus tree and troplcai fruit In :, '11

m. o Thursday at 7:30. This look day of "...n. A. D. lils.E. I All conveniences. Reduction to season Jungle Crave, Redland j
I B. LAT1fROAN. a* Clark: of I road and Plummet drive. (, ,1
right party by the year. Eva
Check Court ttada Cwwty. FUwMa.By
PRESBYTERIANtiome.teadlttome .
OovJda The Kv. noah Peterson !
-- I t. H. Jr. Clwk.1ICIreiiK
RICB Deputy Collins Biscayne drive and Federal -
pastor. Sunday school at 10 avenue at Cfvrt Baoi) I ICARH I Highway. FOR SALE-Her* Ire t par1 1

a. m.; preaching at 11 L m. and N. 16lh street Bible school at 10a. ,, a tat ARRTxrilrlton Plaintiff. I eels away below value: A two- I "!

TJO: p. m.; B. Y. P. U. at 6.30 p. m. m.; preaching at 11 a. m. Younf, (Apr It May I. 11 ... ISM GOOD, cool, roomy apt for rent. story house with 12 rooms, '

Prayer service at 7:30 p. m. Wed- people' meeting at 7:30: p. m. I NOTICE OF SAL* OP TAX CEKTIFI.C I Private bath reasonable rate. ceiled two Inside toilets, upstairs -

nesday. 'A T 1t. Applk-altaaj K*. 493Into" Ask at Western Union. (mint) balcony; should rent for f
hi km4iy rna that Chaalor. 1360 per year. Only f 1,250-( cash.
CATHOLIC CARD OF THANKSWe k.. filM wltk aw venial M.
FOR Furnished All taxes and liens
asset that the UI rortlflratoa tontkar, RENT- bungalowwith paid.
Church of the Sacred Heart want to thank our friends with ill subsequent twitted ar tested tawaIndiHInl fireplace, hot water new" 20 LOTS In Homestead, mostly In

S. E. Second avenue, Homestead; the rant ISIS, held ky lha Btat* electric refrigerator and itove Downer Palms No 1. Many have
for their kindness and sympathy ka ldvrtlaad. and .*.. I* the klahaat kldaaror
the Rev. James Cloonan, pastor. during our recent bereavement. ( cash M ....._ ky Chapter ". of Fruit tree in yard. Inquire sidewalks. All of them for

Sunday mill at III. m.; week day Mrs Antoinette Marohn, the fullmrin.1.1 Aria dnrrlkrd of the Lfdalalura.real mat Mpoa In the the Leider-Enterprls U. OO. All taxes and liens paid. >

m.llit 7:49: dally. Sunday school Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Kinsbury County W Dada, stated Florida, emeriti 70 ACRES on Biscayne drive, near
t o'clock 1 i Lot 1, Black Is. Taw of Homstesd.ThQ Modello mile east of Newton
Sunday following mass. one ,
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Chandler. axes a he .old /danced by C... FOR SALEFOR
Communion for women the first I 1 Orion I a loins of and W ftt.uw road, only $25.00 per acre. } \
:i.I; ::2 j
of for and F... t. 1939: both Is. Phone 72. H. A. Homestead
Sunday month; men LEGAL NOTICESNOTICE ', .1..1.. amoualnr a '".eL 1 SALE-Ten acres close. to Cameron! 1

boys, the second Sunday of month. 8.... tal ....tn..... '-""', with .u Homestead, small house good Fla. :
subsequent: emitted or Period assm sell he i ,
Holy hour Thunday before first OF SALE Of TAX CKRT1FI.CATCH. II ...Id to the hlakaat bidder at the Oart! orange grove; sacrifce $1,850.: .:
Friday of month at 7:45: p. m. Mass Application N' *. 4TIS How In Miami aa tk*= day *l May) No broken. Box Z 126, Leader- MISCELLANEOUSSEE :
first Friday at 730 a. m. Benediction I Nottea la hereby given that II... Thalma ISIS, Wtlnalaa I / tt the *f IS Vloak!! '
I' Tenser, Aleut of the 0...... kM filed with .. m.. eras aao* tharaafta M the aanai Enterprise. (pml8) : AND BUY at Shanklln Varies, '
of the\ Blessed Sacrament W written raqw t that Uu tax aartlf Itatoa may ka reached !. des amina.. iD.C.J
after Inall.CHIlISTIAN. tmotJiar with all sub.g"'ant emitted or .,Miami; Florida, this the .4t. ty Grove, West Florida City. ,
UvM taxes Including I the rear KM, Md I 1by I day of April ISIS.E. FOR SALE CoW'and young (a7tf)
SCIENCE Ute State ... 84..u..t .M sold a the B. LEATHERMAN. heifer$50 for titer' two. See J.
CHURCH bidder tar Clark Circuit Orson I
highest Rush m pros/hid or
Chapter HUM, of th. | S7 Act of the U > j Da* Coaaty Florida L. Glidden at OO( dImU) HOME: laundry Mrs Jernlgan
Florida ,Clt1-BtOl blauira, VIM the folknrlfll described Nl I (Circuit Court IN!) (20 S. Krome Ave.WANTED.
_ Sixth street Sunday school at mate la the Gaunt if Dada But *f Flo*. Rr VNO.' ""' 110. D, C. ; SPECIAL for sale .hout* with !a
Publish. April U., May I, 11. 155L.NOTICE .
Ida IBwillK
':45 a. m. for pupils under 20 years I IIS ft. of W III ft. des US ft of bedrooms: living'Voom dining
ef age; morning service) at 11 JiWI4 of NIE" 01 1It'4. 1 Iw .._ DM. or un fll' TAt 'UTIP' I!
tiers I.. T..hlp 11. Range 1R, I kitchen. $1,500 cash
o'clock. Wednesday evening ",er- oonUlnlna CATES. AppllraUoai .... 4U7 room, Only DONATIONS WANTED Frames
I." "-.-. rnme or 1_. The Wes to begold Notice |a hanky ftn that Jnaank D. -
ices which Include testimonial ;, ore crldanord by Certificate' No. 1711nf Conner ban fated with M wrNtn r*.I IL A. CAMERON I for glasses for children and
and lose and raproaanta taaas for the year sort that the tc> certificates tow.th.rWith
of healing and experiences remarks adults. Also bed. Mrs.Jane .
IMS M lilt, both ln.la.lv.. \ Moantlnf I IIIM all aahioauant emitted or knrlrd hives'Phone 71 Homestead Florida baby ?:
pn Christian Science, 8 p. I II .a. "I Including the rotor ISIS, held ky the Stab Neibltt
m. The public Is cordially invited I Bald tag iwrtlfteat*! folks wl'h allrahaaqilant ka advertised. and Mid to lha klihaat bidder>\ (a28m8)) I
omitted M k-M taus will ha I I for aath aa pmldrd ky Chapter ISIM of
to attend. sold to the Solutions biddert the Court tt.o 1SI7 Acts of the Lacblalura. upon the TREES TUTORING WANTED high
How In M,9m t the slat day 61. .. CHOICE on rough
following ibon-nVd
raal I .acen the
I I school and grade achoolaubjecta.
May 14. Lrston' sermon 1093. beginning .: the hour of 10 o'clock; I County nf bao. I\l.t. of Florida tawltES II l lemon root Splendid root syst -
toplci "Mortals and Immor- a. m., *. u Hunt thwiftar a> th sum (if BS of BWU of anti *f SE<4,:| tern. 40c each. Chaa. Pratt,, l Mrs. K J. Armstrong, A. B,
I mark rwhad In dew rouraaDattd Section I2. assembly 17. Range Sam mi.lalnlti. Plummer drive and Country
tals. at III.", .. Florida. Mila the 10th I I'day I hew, Moro or hat Th tarn' Kedland rondo (pm28)) .
': of Mar, IMS.E. to ka old ar* Mldaarad by certificate No i' Club road.CLEAN .
oilmen OF CUBIST B. EATHEHMAM. 7.11(1 rf 1981 and represent ass for the
Clark O4wv.lt Court I II IMt FOR SALE-Blue Jersey milch '.
tvan to 1MB, both Inclusive amount Will
' First am1 I RAGS WANTED -
Heneslead avenue
Dada County, Florida
lag to its II I i 6 old; producing now.
, N. W Fifth SL Bible study at Ki I (Circuit Court Ural I Her. NW Car IIW'4 of 11,1414, of N.Vt: .' cow yrs exchange subscription or advertising -
By JNO. FENNO D. C. E... s '47."'. WI..... N" .i7."' 1'08.. Ceo. W. Smith N. W. Second i
i m.; communion, fellowship and FuHUk. May U 10, II. 1811._ Button It. Township M, Ranro IS, not.telnlnt .'I I avenue and Eighth street (pall i lor clean rags. Lesder- j
l.| at 11 a. m. I I SO Ama nora or ..... The Uiiola Enteipdw.Buy .
NOTICE or APPLICATION > ka sold .ro ldraoad! kr Cartlflcata. I
FOR SALE Fordson tractor A-l, .
TAR DEED IIIMt of loss and represents axes for the -
. cmmcnoFcoD I rhaptar IT46T-Art* af IIS!-fib lltTS raara both Inclualva. amountllald cheap; McCormick Deerlng'
' I Notice It hereby given that Graoa Ranard Ino .1 1Ui."n. 1,
Homestead 60S N. W. Fin! holder of Evaryladoi Drainage District Tax. tai MltlflratM toa.Ui.r with all mower, 5 ft. blade. Turner a Home \ .

. avenue; Rev. Geo. Q. Coplin, pastor I iCarllflcata Numbered 7144 dated the lob. .luhMguant omtttad or .." pees will he 1 "
. at 0:41: In.: diy of July A. D. 1M has filed said Oar.I :old to the highest klddrr at the Court NOTICE or SALE or TAX (' 511-1 Buy Grove Land i
school a.
Sunday ;I I tit.....* la my office. and has made applkj' :1f.ii... In Miami oa the 17th day of May CATES. Appl....... .... .7.1
preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:4: Stan for U< did to via thanoa l> 1089[ knlnnlni at the hour of to o'clocku Nottra la hereby gives that J. E. c. Buy Glade LandIt
Y P. at 7; children' | aeaordanea .', I... Bald CntltleaU ,m. m.. or .. ....* thereafter u the uma WB. Agent of the owner, has fad with,
p. m.; Junior braces tka following described property, alt. I nay ha reached In dill aoora. i na written request that tha tai srUflratestaewth.r I* my firm belief that higher -
meeting at 7 in parsonage Prayer sated In Dad* County, Florida. ....1"! I IB. I Dated *. M'.I. t1orld. title the 15th'' with all subsequent emitted ar '
Wednesday. 1M Ft. of eve% of SWH at BWi 'lay of April. 1026.S. levied axes including the year lull, arid price are Immlnelt.Don' .
meeting, 8 p. m. hiaa I II ft. and 8, 11 ft for Bt, KWtloi H. LEATHERMAN ky the State h* advertised and auld to the
II, Township II South, Ra... 41 ,:oa.. la Cloth Clrault. Court blithest hudar for sash .. provided by' & quibble about prig '
CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE the County of Da*.. sal at. FI..'.... I ITho Dada County, Florida. Chapter HUM of the 1011 Acts of the UaMatura. I Don't wait
J.I __lit 01 mid So.we.ty antler' (ICI..u" Court 11oo11 mass the following described rest
Homestead The Re*. W. I the sold aartlflaaU wad. woo la the aatm, -J NO. FBNNO l>. C. mats In the County of Dada, HUU of Flor. Buy now.

Parker, pastor. Sunday school al oft i Unaaowa.Valraa Publish April 2. May 9. II. III' Ua ..win I You'll thank me for this suggestion .
I mid Coni,....* hall ka ndmnat!. i Lot I. Black 1. rinahunt The taxes to
':45 a. m.; preaching at 11 a. m aronnlln*to law ua led will haw theme i I N THR CIRCUIT WIT or THE 11TH bo sold are evidenced .kr CarUftaal. No. I few month be....
and 7:30 m.; N. Y. P. S. and ,I'" the 54th day of May. A. D l<*t. JI'DICIAL' CIRCUIT IN' AND POll legal of INS and represents tana for Ui.yaan .
p. i Data Into ink day of Anril. leas. I riADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHAV.CFRV. .. ISM to .... both ....... .*. and II. A. Cameron
Junior meeting at 0:30: p. m. I&. B. LRATHtKMAN. N,. ."'I-B. I IMS. aaiogntliK to 141.TS.
Prayer meeting Wednesday vvening Clerk of C.rrult Court, I ,GRACE M. RADUATZ, Plaintiff. Bald tax oartirtr:> tojrtUtsr wllh allHilwwMlt
Dada County Fierlda.Circuit emitted kwlW Una will b.
7.30: p. m. I ( Court >all ,lEIKHARIYr"RADriATI. DrfmoSnt.IH I old tohs highest bidder at the t...."t
H" C BTERRICTT. D C. ; Hors In 4aj- of Mar
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I'rlneeton-lbe Rev. E. P. Cowen:I (Apr i Mar I. It. so, ISIS) I roi REINHARDT RADUAT2 f 1SSS. beginning, \'tw'1 oFlo dock DR. Ill. A. BERGEn
rlo Oult RetIning' ,.. _. or a* soon thr" ''a/lr aa the same
paitor. Sunday school at 1:49 NOTICE or SALE 0' TAX: CUT" '. I Company hi In it
N/pb.dns II.... may
preaching at 10:49 a. m. and 7.30 I CATE AnpUrall.a Ka. alsoNoting Ohl.IT 1 ITolaros. Dodd -t = Fby .TP,s tho wit : DentistOffice

Junior meeting at 6.30;-j-ounfl la hereby llwn that Dante ...1 I 1 Is OIlDI':1I1IO Met yes II" your appp.araram day 01 May 1989.I. I
p m. ,url has IIM with ma written request that on Juna 5th, ISIS the" Hill of B. LRI T A I
people's meeting at 6:30. Prayer II ...a la. certificates tnnthm with ill "'_ l I"omplalnt for dl.orr. la .IO. itylrdaua Cloy Week Court. Hours 8:30-4:30
at 7.30 D!. ,, .ant; omitted or tested taxes Including tkaraar ,, >. otherwise a dnraa pro eonfaaaa willmtfnt Dado Cooaqt rlurldaClrault .
meeting Wednesday p. 1911. krld kp- tit, II...- W adartla land I II W against ,... The HonMatoaduwrRnlMDriw ( Court (nil First National BankBuilding'
I said to the hllkort Udder for aaak aaPRMldad .... : i. designated aa thoir TJHO. D. C. :,
EPISCOPAL I ky Chaise lit**, 3 the ISST Aehof < which this order hall ha pub. Publish May 12. 11..2ft V'IKS._ :
St. John's-S. II:. Second avenue the ......10....*. Mum the following da.Krlbrd :;.r.I.:: a weak for (rue rimnnullv.: I
1 mil sate la the County of DkdtUUof week.. I NOTICE OP APPLICATION FOR Open Evenings by Appointment
and Fourth street Homestead.The Florida. tanrlti This the 10th day of April. A. D IMSK TAX DkKI !
Rev. R. F. Blackford, rector.' Lot S and .. Block !.. Town af Florida I B. LKATHFRMAN .. Irrk of I Chosen IT4II-Art* *f IMI-ril* A SMIthtfca FOB .j
I City Plat Dock 1, ran 74. The taiaa to Clrrnlt Court Dada ('....... Fhrid la hereby roves that R. W. Christie{I JSOTK OF APPLICATION .
at 7:30: and H and Tai CertificateNo TAX DFKD. File SIS4SNoUoa
Holy communion ;, ayMnorl ky Certificate t Circuit Court Deal:. hailer at Sate County "
ar. ,
M4 sued the Ith day of Autuat.. A. UISSI h Washy given that Mra. A. J.
a. m.; Sundayachoollt 8:30: I 1.0017 of let and rapraaaitta lam for u..1 I Hi t-'IIJ. GOULD Deputy Clot i of City al :
i years 'fH to ISIS botk lnclu.lv.. ._U.I.I'I IIng 'CARR a hat fill same in ny office and heal n'T'.h.\t.If""I\ Numbered lamt ',
:Kiliclu.r. for Plaintiff made application for a u. dead to ka knuadtharron : Miami
METHODIST ': to IIS SO |i Bald Certificate ambracaa the doted the tub day af July A. D. IBI1. aa.MM .
: I Apr '1. May S. 12 10H1 1
aartlflcaua. with all I cad bee
Bald la* together following; described property la the County aid C.rtlfkal In my offlra,
Homestead-the Rev. J. J. Richards ankaaauant. omitted a* b...M ..., will hoI Florida to-wlt: made application for tax dead to Was,
Sunday school at 0:45 sold lo .... klrkaat klddw .. Ika Court ofT''C: : and Ry. RW. fla. I........ la amentum with law. Baud C'.rUfkaw -
pastor. I I How@ hi Miami oa ta Urd day of May, I Fruit Land Co. ..... Plat Book i. pan IT. embraces the followlas doMrlMpropartf
a. m; preaching at 1} a. m. and IMS, Singletons at the hour at .0 <.'.....k In Section I. Township M Sale Moon 411Eaat iltualad la Dada County Florida,
%:30 a. IB. or aa coca tnaraaftor .. the aaanaDatad aoatalnlnt'S Acne kM t '
.7: 30 p. m. Junior League at ; aay ho reached I. gas soiree i Used Cars i the Cauntr of Dad. Slut :t'F.i..., /n'i "Jot II laaa S1 street Spaoldln.'i Sable: I
p. m.| Hi League at 6.30: p. m.; M Miami, Florid. thai tka aid The swsment of aw Pr sailer' ilrteloo Corrortad. Plat bob S. Page
=: '
-Senior League at ':30 p. m. day of Mar. ISIS. I the said sertitlma Mead ors same la the CHy of Miami County af Dada, t
E. B. ,I of. W A. Kauffm.Ualaaa ..... I II SUM of Florida.
Prayer meeting. at 7.30 p. m. Wed Clark Circuit Mb.; INT ..._ .-..., Taarlnf B*. I MId o rtif!cola shall W .* The _...... of said ers orty ...>r
I nesday.e Tlada Canty dam soW .t| aloaa) aoaordlni t* law, the property ,MooM.1 the old Carltfteat liauad waa U Uw HUM ,
Ctrmlt Court VJ) taaldal radio $575 IkarHa. will fca Bold to the ktehaat 9f Vnkaow I
May 14.-Momln ': "The I a. Jifo Jl"ENNO. D. CFshlkh al .... Court bow door n the tint Unlaaa new Cortlfbat ihall a* tadiamidioaordlnt
*" Ware 4rf Motherhood" a way I. 12. I'. law I days the moth Juno, ISIS, wblck la ta .low. UI dad will ban* there
'N' r... .4'w adni the Ilk day of ': IMS. M o. the 11th day of May A. D. ISI*.
bf. her'a Day eennon and NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR relit Very Como -. $445 Values this IPth day of April. ISIS.C. Dated this lllb day of April A. D. ISIS.
special MoUktr1 Day snoslo br TAX DEED. File slits I B. LItATHtRII..If.C..It"'C'ct: e. B. LEATHtRMAN

, choir) evening: sermon bypester Motto la hanky given that M.... Gladys, ISIS stick = Coeval tlf-A I Dado eou... F7oNds.Clroult I Clock tad of Coaaty.Commit Fbrlda.Cksull Coart.. I
Gore. holder pjolsita/ of KvortladaaDralitaa
aa ;
of 4 sew ..,.__ / Cowl: Snl7By ( Sall t
on District Tu Oartlflait Nam.'1 N. C. rntallETT. D. C. Co.1t N. C. STERRETT D. 00

Disease." Young people A Soared D. int.1441. kaa datad filed tk*laid tat Certificate day of Aojroat la myrflM. ISIS Ford 1-aWt modems (Apt. I.. 1'1 My .. I" Itl" Apr. 14. >U SSl May I. lit .

la chars et music. Come DWI has male application for ta* -- meeliew of 250 .
.' \.. t* Church on Mother Day. deed to son thrraoa la aoaoraaaaa with = _.. .. .! I
law. Said Certificate embrace th* C.II_
Silver Palm-the Rev. J. E. k<. _bed proporty, iKoatad h Dad "
leis ....I 4.d.. Sunrise s.dant.x.nest
e :Waller, pastor. Sunday school Conaty.law U Florida.a IS. Blab to..Ht I. BlaWah ,.... Plat I i m. w..ss $325 ;

very Sunday at 10 a. m.; preaching Book IS. Pan. IS, la the Com/ of Dado, bargain ...._. EDWARD STILING
third and Slat of Florida.
service on ,
The auMaamiat of mid property trader lost resume BodMi.
firth Sunday at 11 a. m. and tie Orttflrato waaad wit ta tk. cam. afUnkanro. tare ekn $595
v..... MId Cartlfloal ahaU ka
,x80 p. m.1frineetonThe. redeemed aooordliw to law, tai dad will Real Estate General Insurance
c Rev. J. E: Wall baoa tharm aw eve ftk day of Jon*. A, U.' I. '
Ill', pastor; preaching at 0 a. m.; losses this std day of v... A. D. 1.... I
Sunday school at of I POOPPOelTB ? NOTARY PUBLIC
JI Plum
Florida City Commsmlty Charehth Dad Cwur. t

>-- Her. C O. Nelson pastor.4tJuirch (ClrmH bN.hR71mawrf.D.Q I'' TAO A'.INCT
,.7 Florida Fla. I
Cor. Palm A and A B City
school 10 a. m.; pnach- low 0. 10. III, as I 10. Sao, FBOK I* BOMBITBAO FLA. 'e. 'e.

MI, at 740 p. m. Midweek prayers j

4and Bible study Wednesday at aDD THE WANT ADS


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Pap Twelve THE Friday May lg, 1939
.r. wrQUICKANDEASY .rr rr.r.wr r


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PARKING INSURED (Continued from Fife One)
chamber would save the money -'ar ras.Nauws"
with which it had planned to buy -
A narrow, rough dirt road extends / IT LOOKS WANWUU fOR SUCH JAY.TMIilA BIT OF TROUBLE'%
feirtlMf, Mich, Mar II.-Quick, te Mowry, road and borders the HAVE A PERFECT DAY HUP Meow rue root MARVELOUSSTORE WHIM I SHOIr.
easy parting always 1* among the English tract on the east Mowry fOR OUR PICNIC/ AN ALA Teti NAVE t1ERT '
major features Pontiac engineers (East Glade) road borders It on -BUT U HAY A To ISSMRE A PICNIC
the south The ball field 'M to the LOT TO DO/ PtANNE1Y NEAR"Ir0
d..llJllnto new models, accordingto north of it

. B. H. Anlbal, chief engineer. The 1939 festival site was chosenby
Pointing to Pontlac's new bid the former board of directors
for the lowest priced field. Anlbal because it was easily visible and
declared that M other standard accessible to visitors from the
size car bo M short a turning highway, and centrally located for
diameter u the Pontiac De Luxe the local townspeople and country
US S1Jc. folk who maintain exhibits and i -o / to
"The DeLuxe 111 Six can be commercial booths at the annual P S

turned In a circle only 31 feet, festival
three Inches In diameter Anlba An offer of an outright donation -
said. ""Thl short turning radius of a ten or 20-acre tract by Cobbler
combined with a steering ratio of South Dade Farms Ins, was not 25c
19 to 1, enable the driver to park considered at the time because it Dated Coffee lb. POTATOES
quickly and almost effortlessly.: At 'was too far fro mboth the highwayand

the same time, this short turning I Motion the center to of local population. lOlbs. . . 27c
radius and high steering ratio accept Mr English's i
take practically all the effort out donation of the land and to buy I LB.
<, tarns Live more acres from him was A KRAFT
of driving fat which many are IM 39C
encountered. made by Mr. Parman. Mr. Morris PRO PRODUCT t

"Women-, especially, are appreciative amended ,th* motion to include a
of this unusual ease and we :proviso that the land would be ac-
have received many favorable quired If the old board of directors Ib.
comments on it from them. who obtained an! option on the Any

Anlbat explained that two fun purchase 1939 site, agrfcdto arufpACtotlated the plans.for The its MILK, 3 tall cans . 2BOCFactory >
damental features of design are responsible rmrwf7r 15c
for the short turning amended ,rnottfn. was carried 'news r
radius: unanimously : Packed *Ot J"*
"In the first place. Pontiac has Mr. OallaJier also outlined a plan C '
a wide, SB-Inch front tread. This of the directors for a new locationof SUGAR, 5 Ib. bag un ., Libby'sCORNED
chamber of commerce quarters.
means that the wheels are out
farther from the frame and thus The board suggested, Mr. Gallaher Royal IlItG8. BEEF
said, to build the quarters In a
turn sharply. In
can more parting
every, extra fraction of an ,triangle-shaped piece of land on Puddings and Gelatin 14c '
Inch In turning angle Important municipal property Just north, of Can . . 18c
.,: This small turning radius thus may ,the electric and water plant on the
east side of the highway, Besides
mean the elimination of one or HEINZ
more extra maneuvers getting into :chamber quarters the building PURE PRESERVES5C
or out of a parking space. would contain recreation rooms TOIUATOKraft'
"At the same time, Pontiac hasplaced :and a dancer floor for public use,
,under the plans. No action was
thepitman arm inside the KETCHUP

no tram obstruction This means to prevent that the there front Is fair taken Purchase on the of matter.the 1939 site of the CHEESE, 2 lb. box 44 C I Iff. bottle 18c

: wheels from turning their full dis was decided upon by the .
i tance. If the pitman arm Is placed ,chamber after two other sites were
outside the frame It becomes anI' considered., At that time Mr EnJ11111' )")* ONC WOMAN T llS ANOTflfR K
t obstruction to the wheeL ground was' not suggested as
r. 1 "These two design features have ,a possible location.
t been carried still further. In de-
I signing Pontiac cars, our engineers Landlord 'Tra raising your Ripe LOCAL KILLED MIRACLE
take particular pains to see that rent next month, Mrs. Stitcher." BANANAS
no pipes or other obstructions are Mrs. Stitcher-"Oh I'm so glad Broilers WHIP
placed on the frame in a place to hear that, for I don't see how on 3 lbs.
( where they: will meet with the earth I shall. be able to raise it 1% lb. Average Qt.
: wheel With our present design,
the front wheels are free to turn IIC
i i j their full angle without having to 39c EACH 37c
sacrifice anything because of obstructions -
mounted on the frame." Gold Coin %. + Home Grown
A.lbal also said that the right
and left turning radius of the Pontiac SLICED BACON, Ib.. 29C CARROTSlg.
De Luxe 115 Six are practically -
identical Some cars, he said,
t' have a wide variance of radius between If oilButter lg. bunch .. . 5c 1

I right and left turning. ft. 2 C
: "This shorter turning radius In -- -- Almost a Gift!
" many: Instances means the ability
; to turn completely around without Boned Inn & flbner Can* Book
i' backing up or maneuvering In a Roastelb. 2
: street or highway, thus saving Veal C '
, . .. eBliJK-PM*bound book
>I time and effort In addition to reducing KJ7S.H e( acmes, quiss.s, Jolua.l .
possibilities of tying up Blocks >- rriJH! Studies value lot only tfotata
i '; traffic." Anlbal said. GEORGIA pesters top aod J5rt
. "Whlla the easy turning feature Like the 21C Buy a pKkas*of Pennon to* t
; Is most evident in parking, it Is SMOKED BACON day,an4 good lop slue 2M ta
also highly important in lessening PyramidsLIFETIME stamps to
I fatigue on long drives or in heavy OWNED POSTUM, Battle Creek, Mkhlgan
traffic. Cudahy'g Nutwood
I construction calls
i. give you the satisfaction of
lasting qualities combined
t ) with beauty. There are many 2 I;, bars Home Grown
, YOU GET uses for Concrete Blocks in
. your building plans. Ask for 15c
)? details. SWEET YAMS "


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