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Title: The leader-enterprise
Uniform Title: Leader-enterprise (Homestead, Fla.)
Portion of title: Leader enterprise
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: South Dade Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Homestead Fla
Creation Date: May 6, 1938
Publication Date: -1941
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1931.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 29, no. 2 (Jan. 10, 1941).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 29, no. 1 (Jan. 3, 1941).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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VOLUME XXVI-NO. 18 HOMESTEAD FLORIDA FRIDAY. MAY 6, 1938 PRICE FIVE: CENTS





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I'OOs SAIDDISCOURAGED, 011IoI01 THE.e.uw WEATHER__ fI W ..w........CITY DADS IN !Grass School Fire in Endangers Florida City I TOTAL- HELD i iI

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DU |1117'! I | I We After several !hours of strenuous
April 29 89 I I1at.2: \ SERIOUS VEINOYERBIGPARK work, Homestead volunteer fire '
April 30 17 I 52 130.171 department managed to subdue *I GOODFOROFFMRJTHOUGH 1

May 1 I 801461| | I 1 grass fir In Florida City, which
May :2 i 'S I IS [130.Ml spread over the greater part of a I
May :3 I 87 55 /((30.121 city block and endangered the
BY LONG LINESBallots May 4 -1| 88 It |130.021| i I Florida City school and several I

I May 9 I 180 I M |1211.II111| noon.nearby residence Monday after

Town Not Going Into Real It was necessary for the local -- \;
Total 279 Less PREDICT EARLY I brigade to back-fire around the Walker Defeat by Turner

Than RegistrationIn Estate Business, Ex school, the William J. Oeronlmo in School Race Pro- t

Homestead- WPA START ON I I plains MorrisHAYCOClFcONFERS home flame and other from causing house to disastrous preventthe vides Surprise

FIVE MINUTES TAKEN consequence On the second call WILCOX FAVORED IN
CITY LIBRARYWithin to the same locality the depart-
BY SOME IN ROBOTS WITH TRACT AGENTS ment was on duty nearly four SOUTH PADE TOTALS

I houR before the blase was completely -
One Delay Caused by-Vot. the near future large Model Land Co. Willing to extinguished.DIAMOND Filer Has Edge en CannonIn
crew of local craftsmen and laborers Co-operate in Making
er Trying to "Split"His Congress Returns
should be laying the foundation
Ticket of Homestead's new municipal I Park Possible BALL Down Herefor

library building, to cost I J 1,282, ;
Development of' the proposed an "off yen1 election. an
Only the fad that at) anticipated according to detailed estimate I city park within the central "trt.lRiIe" unusually high percentage of South Ij
heavy vote In the Homestead pre- submitted to the city council Monday TO START HERE ,
from a controversial ub- Dad voter turned out tn cut
cinct failed to materialize saved night by William Sydow, consulting
t I sect Into a concrete business pro. their ballots for national, stare .and ,
Intel election: offletfl .from s/i engineer. position claimed the MONDAY MAY 16 county office In the tint Demo .
embarrassing situation Tuesday. Under terms of the pending i I lesion of the city 1 father S\rtt\ along critic primary last TueidaA 1 '
Only 78* yetct. about 46 leas than agreement between! the works' .1
debate which held the council complete and accurate tabtilnlion
in the first primary two year ago,j progress administration and the! to a late hour Monday night Tentative plans call for the fint of the return, obtained by inem- :..
east although beak show will
1 were city, the government spend
diamond ball of the season the *
game ben of Leader-Enterprli staff .
Using blueprint to Illustrate
:tv alight increase in registration.Out $17,186 or 78 per cent, on the I ,,iI
In the Homestead league to be ,
the plan. Councilman BcoJ, W. from aH precinct from K nrtall
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of the 279 vQter whit did project and the city as sponsor I the municipal field on j .
Morris laid the fact before: the played on to Florida City \>e.'ParcoR i
underwrite the balance IIf I
not exercise their ,/ranfhlae I /ill Monday night. My 16, providedthe Page Four At IssueWhile
tad i board without any attempt at this
,026.
estimated that hearty! 100 $. Very little cash, how- bleacher, backstop and fence e1oiiibhtet
timeI -
elaboration. He aid the a v.a generally
neither the time nor the patience even li Included In the city' share
which the city has undertaken to .
predicted, the-defeat of Mi
I had come when thecity must tikeabrrx s
,to awatl 'heii turn,;inr.tha.loag ef. th. project, gftneroys.llp, >jfc, gtepttoTcfcrirTfof i pafRpurTpoie wMld' are ttI.HiIJ11f."N:.' Nell 1(. Walker by Char!.. O .
line stood continuously, before antes have been made for sewer '
which T. league secretary,
[ part of the only large tract McCwnneir Turner In the county school Vmrdrac
the two voting machine from sidewalk, water supply and lighting "
(Continued on Page Four) said yesterday by a 'margin ot 106 votes dime
t a. m. until sundown. Had the facilities already Installed on
I Installation of the floodlighting '
a* a surprise to the district: is a {
precinct turned out,(In full voting the library site, one block: dyewest'bf should be tomorrow
< system completed whole. Mr*. Walker's lead "f 31 'W
8 strength, as wa freely predictedbefore the present library Ip oSr-SPONSORS by a crew of city linemen votes In Homestead was ovc-come j
the primary the pair of Other allowance for material!,
working under the direction of by Mr Turner In returns from Pctv J
robot would have been tumble such, ** surface rock rough hewn .
Gordon Ivey, plant superintendent.Measurement rise Redland and torn othrt outlying 1
;to carry the load. I togs, lumber, use of trucks and i LOCAL PLATOON I II the grandstand 1 district The final tally !
and ct'
concrete mixer, gasoline ol)
Calculated the 11-hour fencing have been tin
over wire guard was Turner, I1T; Walker, 811
( voting period, the machine absorbed I will further reduce Homestead'st I II i taken and material ordered in the senatorial race, South 1 I
73 ballot an hour. The proportion of the expense, Mr. Sy I OF AIR RESERVES the expectation of starting this Dade favored Rep. Mark Wilcox .1 J

average time ooriiumed'by each dow explained The engineer: part of the work early next week. with 995 votes against 773 for <*
'voter In the machine was It said he had no reason to believe I Although only two Homestead Sen. Claude Pepper, although the !
the would meet A Redland District platoon of
seconds. Some voter took only application any teams W. IX Home Co. andBrooker latter led the state by an over- {
In Its marine air will be -
obstacle to reserve sponsored
passsge Washington -
40 second to vote while other t I Lumber, have been entered (Continued on Page T""d) >
for final approval' u the cur by John O. Salley Post of
took up to J" minute la a few la the league thus far, a third
hat supplied the land and can the American Legion. A meeting
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On the five-mln-
ef i being
instance team from Gould organ
easily show the need for relief employment I lof all youths 17 year old or over '
ute occupants of a booth turned I I load under the sponsorship of A. ROTES GET QUICK
the who are Interested Will be called
during
summer I
(Continued on Page Two) F. Arthur, manager of F C. Peter,
In the future and held In
month I near Inc. and should be ready for the
I The project i* scheduled to em- I Legion hall Homestead under auspices tint eerie of games. Mr. McConnell REPLY TO FIELD
Citrus Men Meet Next ploy 81 workmen all drawn from of the local post said

Wednesday |In Redland local relief tools, with the excep.. Decision to sponsor the platoonwas Within the next few day a DAY CHALLENGEThe i
i ion of supervision, for a period of made at the poet meeting meeting will be called to elect
There will be a meeting of citrus six month Of this force, II Wednesday night following a talk ,league officers and directors, appoint "
grower in the Redlaad Woman' will te unskilled laborer Othersengaged made by Captain Schults of Red- umpire and ether officials Redland District Lion Club

Club, corner Redland road and on the work will Include land marine air reserve officer. and plan a definite schedule for will accept any challenge from i
Coconut Palm drive at I ,. m. carpenters, stone masons, plaster Legionnaire who own trucks will the season. Pate and place of any club for any purpose the
next Wednesday, Mal II, and all en painter, cement finishers and donate the use of them for transporting the meeting will be announcedlater Homestead Rotary Club wn. Informed f
who are Interested in the develop !their helpers a timekeeper, moo members of the proposed at Ita meeting Wednesday I Y
ment of this Industry are urgedto ;ch.oic. technician; and two watch.., Redland District platoon to Opa- : noon In Legion Hall anent the vote
attend Charles K. Steffani, men. ofl locks one night a week for drill Homestead's crack diamond ball of the Rote last week to Issue
county agricultural agent, announced : In addition 1o the payroll (Continued on Page Two) (Continued on rag Two) | a challenge to the Lions for a ,y
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yesterday $18,1]<, the government will furnish field day at night ,I

The meeting will be the tint of some materials, such a* crushed The challenge had not yet been
a series of ten educational conferences '. rock, land and reinforcing; steel Tennis Courts Can Be FloodlightedAt formally delivered to the Lion,

to be conducted In each for the structure end also will undertake Rue Tells Councilfence but the Lion had heard about It .:
citrus growing section of Florida the landscaping of the Small Expense, and although not really knowing .

by the state extension service of ground with tree and tropical what it was all about voted to accept -

the department of agriculture. shrubbery. Plans estimates and Plan to expand the city' reo- in time for the first, game, the challenge. r
They will be held at monthly intervals application federal fund will| | I reatlonal facilities, with diamond I scheduled tot My 16. Their request Rotarian Ted Bteler, physical .
for the purpose of ex- be accompanied by a resolution hap ap4 ,,(mla in foreground for (JO yards o( dirt met the educational instructor and athletic
fchanging views and bringing the now being drawn bCltT Attorn*} of the discussion occupied much obstacle of /tost and, was, held in coach in the local school wa appointed I
Ira C Haycock for adoption at I
latest date on the Industry direct : ,of the attention of the council In abeyance after" Councilman BenJ.: chairman of a committeeOn
to the grower, Mr. Steffani ..1<1. special meeting of the council a lengthy session Monday night W Morrl Mid the Infield was already arrangement which also Include -

Speakers on Wednesday night' 'tonightChristian Councilman Frank B. Rue said in smooth playing condition. Councilman Frank B. Rue e
program' Include H L.: TlrnmoB, the city had already spent MM The other needed improvement and Principal J. A. RehwinkeL
extension service economist, who Men's Union for the transformers and pole wire referred to the council standing W. M. Fifiekf, president-elect: ,
will talk on the cost of production; Existence in Balance; :which are being erected this week committee composed ot Coun- and George Frkk, secretary-
W. T. Kettle, district agricultural :to floodlight the bait park and ctlmen T. t:. Kirby, Rue and{ ,Mor treasurer of the Homestead Rotary -
gent, who will review toe coat Whether or pot the ReII-.4 .believed this lighting system could ris. Club, reported on the district
of compiling records and Prof. H. :District ,OIf4t.ia" Min', yntpn. be extended to include night play Early completion o| the four conference at Ocala to which
JUr.14 Hum a..taat.dIreotoI will continue In' existence and !on the Mania courts at little additional public annals eourVt east ..rhe they went as delegate en April

pi the state experiment station at I hold Its quarterly fish try meeting, cost swimming poet we urged by M, IS, 24. Dick Brooks, member
Gainesville whose address will 'will be decided at a meeting o( I As a committee representing the Councilman J. G. Wynn, who mentioned of the club who also attended the n,
deal witty the! present end future tie' Ward' or director p&mfej local diamond ball league, W. T. the petition already bearing conference, gave a supplementaryreport
Status of the Curtis' industry.Mr. Ought, in Legion hall tt wi Utounoed MePmaeU **<*, DaaF Mock ur *'i eatne .00 sUnfturetwbkh was Attending the conferencealso
Stetfani will ta speaker will be served. lion of bleachers backstop tad I (Continued on Page Two) and Mrs. O. B. Parker.eM.eetr ,



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LIONS TO'ADOPTNINTH Wife Errs to Give Child Greater Love r Tennis Courts ner ter was In read which from the George chamber W.pret Tulle',


GRADERSDeparting Than Given Husband, Says Psychologist I (Continued From Page One) ter ident must stipulated be on that ten acres the civic of highland cen-
I had already been purchased and
free from water at all times '
and Walter Kell e. J8', easily I A mother make a great mistake were waiting for the court to be and M constructed that it couldbe

from the customaryprogram I eliminated the third candidate when she give her child greater finished. Councilman Morris predicted -. wed a* I permanent fruit festival -
love than she give her husband, that It would be at least two
of lectures and adreuetlb Wilbur C King, In Group Two. building.
prominent speakers from other Eugene Mathews, Group One Incumbent Dr Nancy M. Hain told her class weeks before the county roller
localities I In child psychology last night In and trading machine could be released ,1NMMNNNN NNNMNNNMMNMM.NNI
the Redland DistrictLions with 483 votes and W.I
Club devoted its regular I,,E. Hancock, with '74, led the voting a lesion on parent In the clinic from other work, but Mid CHURCH NOTICES
Tuesday session Ua round-table; here, but Matthew and Bruce room of Neva King Cooper School the court would be surfaced ready

discussion among the member one Davie of Miami will enter the I "Husband and wife have contracted for play aa lOOn aa poauble. THE FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH

the topic of "What I think the statewide run-off to make happiness for each Upon recommendation of Mr Mar I Morning sermons
Lion Club M an organization 'other she said; "the child I* Incidental Rue the council let the following "Mothers W Today"; evenIng -

should do to serve the community r.thenleldorn sin to, yearly contract for gasoline and sermon "Seeking Sims-, '
Diamond Ball
this' year" President Charles this regard, and they resent oil supplies: Standard Oil Co., Mar II Prayer kwetingaeJaeU

Pratt MM tbe..lhor.f the movement (Continued. eras *. > urn, given second piece M bel"'I' fuel-ell Seaberd OH Co., keroseneand .. !'The-.gassy JUfe efCSOMTIAN
which will 4* ,repeated itIntarval I I* bad for the child. He has aright : lubricating eU for truck. ; Gull the, Apostle PIlll1."
*. team In the girl division, which to be tree from having some Refining Co. Diesel lubricating oil '"

One suggestion that met the approval I reached the .."" -linaJa" the. one's affection centered on bun.. I Contract for gasoline was divided CfCKCI

of everyone present wn state tournament last year, lost Character trait are fixed Isj equally between the- Texas .and. Mar I ,"* .Lieaaai anirman'KM. 't'

tot each Lion to adopt a pupil from I two of 1U star player this week I the home In the first tlx year of Sinclair companies ..Mpiei "A4IuI 'sd ....... { '
when Margaret Berger and Dorothy '
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the JtaBaad school preferably the child lifer Dr. K ln,Aid,and I At the request of Councilman : ." -
from the "turning point" ninth i I I much most according to some B C. Chronliter, the. council Instructed -
contract to play with Miami Beach
grade, and aid this student to advance -, asl j(authorities Is done by the time City Clerk R. E. Edwards IT. JOHN! ClInCH
has been selected
Margaret j jI
In scholarship and character. the Beach'i first line pitcher and(the child I* a year old. to furnish the police departmentwith Mar -T;It, Holy Ea,,"'.
By unanimous consent the idea: : The of the mothers I list of building contractor Jell $:3" Chiron school 11,
Billle will cover second base for average age
will be made I permanent club operatinghere to Insure collectionof matins and sermon en "The
of the famous
I the resort team. It I* understoodthat persons of the world
project. I has the occupational license of S10 Blessed Vlriln end the Glory
official of the Miami Beach been 29 and of the fathers 31.
Other suggestion advanced included club an highly pleased with the I Dr. Haln itate l while telling of!I for local and '2S for out-of-town I ef Motherhood" I Po....

the creation of a scholarship I engagement of the two Homesteadgirle I the good and the bad point of par contractors. A few unlicensedlocal deanery meeting and supperof
for student, keeping the men and several outsiders district Young People Service
to strengthen their lineup. ,ants in the various age group from
highway of the district attractivefor The Homestead girls team this'later cdolesence on. .had been bidding successfully I Learners.
tourists and resident backing .against their licensed competitor j
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.. year I II still In the process Of organIzation -I Delinquent, deficient I and superior
I campaign to give Redland District aince the recent revival of construction CARD OF THANKS
and no-definite Information children will be discussedIat I
citrus fruit preference over I work In this locality Mr W* wish to thank our many
a* to Its personnel li available at next week' lemon which will
the Indian River variety; occasion-1' Chronlster laid, friend for their kind expression
present be held on Tuesday Insteadof (
.1 visiting of other Lion clubs to' evening Building permit granted Included of sympathy In our recent be-
the regular
on meeting
,
gain ideas and advertise the local day ; R. E. Sherard, new residence
Post /Thursday The class will reavementMRS
club; and enlargement of the clubhouse SponsorsContinued beginat $2,800; J. M. Scarborough R O. MATTSON
7:30 and end at 9. Evel''on.Iintere.ted .
to accomodate a constantly I ( from Page One) addition to residence, $1000; AND FAMILY
Is Invited to visit or to
Increasing stlensnce j!''in aeronauU'-d-; join the clas The clinic room Seminole Theater remodelingfront
A large delegation from the Red- aviation m.t .- $600; Brooker Lumber CO., See "Tarsaa" at Nl King
I IJ In the southwest wing of the
land club attended the Installationof chanics. Gasoline will be furnished addition to plant, $500, E. L Lawrence Cooper auditorium Monday at $
building next door to the kinder-
the new Lion Club of Coral by the government repairs, $60; and Annie or 7;Je. Adults, 15c; children 10e.
Cables on Wednesday night, which!I, Member of the platoon would garten. Erun. repair, $10.
Joins the national organization. get 70 cent for their evening spentat Confirming the recent donationof '
with I roster ol 40 members. A* the Opalocka air base In ad- and efficient Unfamiliarity accounted $1,000 by the Redland District
sponsors of the new organization,
Redland District Lion presented free training and education, there which also wa due In part to. community building fund, I let- !
Coral Gable with I bell and gavel 1* opportunity for appointment to failure of many voter to select

and took an active part In the Annapolis or West Point for youth their candidate definitely before
colorful program. who how special! promise of ability -, entering the booth. Mill Helen
and leadership, the speaker' Lehman, who gained the distinction -
*ald. of being the first Homestead CARD OF THANKS
South Dade Vote The Homestead Legion poet will I voter to use the new machines

be boat at I barbecue at the close was not among the "slowpoke"group.
(Continued From lap One) I
I of Its regular meeting on the evenIng I am deeply grateful for your confidencein

whelming majority over hill four of May 18 The meat will be The second primary three weeks me and am mindful of the responsibilitiesin
opponents,, eliminating the necessity I I cooked in the new barbecue pit hence should show a vast speeding
for t run-off i!I:the post recently constructed In the up of the voting process and two connection with the duties of a member

Only a small' margin tenanted rear of the Legion building.All machine may be adequate, lit the of the school board. It Is to work
the three congressional leader In'I veteran In the Redland opinion of E. C. Chronlster. pre- my purpose

South Dade voting, Dwight Roger District, regardless of whether' or I cinct committeeman. Not only conscientiously for the improvement of the

received 804 votes Henry Filer, not they are member of the post, have voters become familiar with .: schools in Dade County and the
4(., and Pat Cannon, 427. At time will be welcome the operation of the machine but particularly
of going to press the close contest I the ballot will be much shorter schools here in South Dade. ;

between Cannon and Roger lorI 100 DiscouragedContinued I i
place In the second primary Local Boys IncludedOn

against Filer await the official I I I ( -from Page One) : Miami U. Honor Roll Chas. G. Turner i

decision of the canvassing board out to be a registered Republican,

today I I who waited some time on the Inside -I Clarence Froscher; sophomore
For state attorney George A. vainly trying to vote the and Ronald Kerfoot, freshman ,
Worley, Incumbent, more than Democratic ticket before he found I' were listed last week among the
doubled the South Dade tally of out the machine was locked on 110 honor student at the University -
his opponent Philip f Paine of all names but the cole Republican i of Miami. This honor roll

Coral Gables, by I vote of .8J to entry I is the first that the university has

443.Judge I I Although the mechanism of the published I
W') A11eII gamed a machine 1* necessarily complicated Both of these student are majoring
South Dade majority of votes and the method of voting I II simple In physics. 'I
eliminated his opponents, Tom --
Norfleet, former judge of the

criminal court, and Edward Sem-
ple In the contest for the court

of crimes bench.Purchasing .
Agent William D.
Joyce with 1073 vote led all
ticket in the number Of ballot

cast for any Individual candidate
In South Dade and was returnedto I Redland Brand ,

office In the county-wide return

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South Dade endorsed the reelection
of its three representative FertilizersFor ;

in the state legislature a*

follow: H. K. Oventreet 100,
George 6. Holt S43, and John J. I
ZJndsey '60. They also will

void the second primary Citrus, Avocados and Limes;
The vote for the state supreme

court, Group One, was almost -

evenly divided In South Dade Fertilizers for Dade County Groves;
between Rivera Buford and Stuart
Gillis. who received 114 and 524 low a tJnunt tnetlni.. and the aults Walt away before die wan
awn at mas ever the telephone I
vote, IUiJ< vote eliminated CUU In .rUKb-e l smuuans are quick, happy and tampan Mat y*.
Group Two Judge Ehrya Thomas le long diMM tsltpnotM senks.KM .
was high man with 431 and J Ibae Ita ef frleadthl and afcoioo alive and rheas.
Tom Watson wa second with US On holidays MrOKtays,er du os.let your win rapers low giw*.
.Inii le to*** CMS ta other
vote T. G Futch was eliminat Anytime ta tM day or nlgM-tlgM' sow ta bct-ifc long...ui>.. I Florida East Coast fertilizer Co \;
ed. Roy & Chapman. Incumbent '
.tar I* ready M lake your sail. oWL her let laJoreHtwsi about
In three defeated John M the
group call yea want M asks
Hearn by vote of (30 to HO. The I FRANK B.RUE.MGR.
South Dade verdict was confirmed -
In almost the Mine proportions MFRS. REDLAND BRAND FERTILIZER
SOUTHERN BELL TELEPHONE
TELEGRAPH
AND Ca
by the statewide ballot. HOMESTEAD '
In the race for state railroad e IMCOirOIATI J FLA.Pa .

commissioner., Jerry Carter eN,
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Redland Hi Loses Homestead. Observe Schools Music) Week I ;;;.uiih Notes are decorated which the with pupils Chinese made borders la t j

Game DeadlockedAt their art clauses.Mrs. .
Br Nell Saute w

Zero Until 5th The high school and elementary The Junior' play "Growing Tburroan'a pupils are ,
school observed music week with Pains' will be given tonight in proud of their new circulating PAINT j

a musical program every day in the NevI King Cooper auditorium library The third grade ls enJoying -

Id UM last scheduled tams the week. The admission will be lOc and ifc tight rope walking with NDW-
for I The play was directed by E. B.
the present season. Red- The students were made conscious time table
Und High School baseball of music week by attractive Blackburn of the public peaking

learn will emu bate 'with posters made for music week by1 l department, and the scenery was Miss Ray's room is glad that PAY

Homestead at KedUnd Taes- Miss Mabel Williams of the art arranged by Min Williams of the Philip Howard It back in school M

day afternoon, May 1*. The department. Musical quotations/ art department, Willard Barnes, gain after his visit in Palmetto. BYTE ( 4 I'NDNTN '
tame will be called at 1:11 and Mr. Blackburn I their eight
printed in old English were placed The pupils are studying
.. ... on the bulletin boards 4n very tables to arithmetic I t

room of the high school I Mrs. Held substituted several I

Redland High School baseball The music department receivedone days this week in the absence of I The sick list in Miss Jackaon's 1

team lost to Lake Worth 2-5 yesterday large framed picture of Beethoven Mrs. Adam. room tills week Includes Marion i

afternoon on the Redland and smaller framed pictures -, I Anderson an Owen Prltchett. The

diamond in a game that was scoreless of Paderewskl Wagner ..ndTlchalklw.ky. | Mrs Webb's sixth grade class pupils have planted a new lawnIn :

until the fifth Inning as gifts for the'has completed project on con-, their Dutch village Kelly David I II

Redland broke the goose egg music room. I servation, during which the pupils 1, baa withdrawn from school and I Notbn.ee'lOt. ;

deadlock when Campbell Redland Homestead Junior High School made a little movie. They are now I hat gone to Georgia. mGDlbalGpa"lalow.oDCh. "

catcher knocked homerun with started the celebration of music j,,beginning on a project on the I la ,.8 IiIII_ A brat daaa
one man on base to score the only week with a song assembly in the story of sugar. The pupils art f. ROY VAl'GIC.V TO SPEAK jobdona by a* experioec*d I I
two runt made by the homo team. patio. On Tuesday the band and 'proud of their new gold iah. This AT CHURCH OF CHRIST aaaaur pajotarj with the f..

Business picked up for Lake girls' chorus entertained the elementary class has been making May basket J. Roy Vaughn of Miami will stout H.B.Davis Co.aB.Atimtri If

Worth when one score war tallied school with an open air which are to be Judged and first preach at the Church of Christ at point product Corn

In the sixth, three more In the concert On Wednesday this i'and second prizes are to be award 3 p. in. Sunday afternoon Thepublic la coaapltta for free Informatioe color cards aarfrrf and
seventh and one In the ninth for ed.: It cordially Invited to attend
same group gave a program IJ
,j Welsch of Lake Worth knocked a the high school. I I i
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home run with the bases clean The school .._ _..
elementary lave al One of the most attractive elementary -
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t He accounted alto for two other .
"Tarzan" Be FeatureOf
program In the auditorium Thursday rooms Is that of Mrs. to
rum of the five which his team morning. The fifth and sixth Dye. It Is decorated with birds P.-T. A. Movie Show I or owtrfroo s
had piled up at the end of the I chorus "/aunlta" and : .
grade sang of various kinds, and two of the
ninth stanza.Edwards "Blue Bells of Scotland" in a boys have made wooden birdhouses "Tirtan will-be the feature
pitcher for Redland two-part arrangement Also on This class la to I i'i'Phone '
struck out five men and walked | very sorry picture of an 11-reel P.-T. A.I Brooker Lumber Company ;
the program were duets, solos and lose Louis Hoopes who has gone I moving picture show at the Neva I
five while Stafford of Lake Worth II
assembly singing l to Ohio. King Cooper School Monday afternoon It Homestead FU. I
4 caused ten to breeze out, with a Homestead I ; f
On morning
Thursday -I The
-iII11 I an evening evening
walk for only one. II11 .
School assembled
Senior High -
1 SO.
Several
Errors recorded for the day in the patio and sang school the elementary rooms show will open at :

Lake Worth, 2, .Redland, 5. songs and old favorites. i I

Score by Inning: The Monday Music Club ofl| ,
Redland ..__ 000 020 000-2 Homestead presented the final i l lI
Lake Worth.. 000 001 301-o 1!
program on Friday morning, first
Umpire: Mason Robert to the high school and then to the

elementary Mrs. L. L Bow
Methodists to Feature was guest speaker, and the pro- I i

Mother's Day Program gram included selections by the

adult artists of Homestead.The .
Mother's Day will be featuredIn spirit of music week will*

all services of the First Methodist continue throughout the monthof
Church of Homestead Sunday. May On May 27 at 8 p m

Special Mother's Day music by the music deportment will present

the vested choir and a Mother' a musical comedy, "The Gyps;

pay lIf 'mql.the..p.a'lot( ttha! !;9 r 'o't' : .
Rev. J. J. .Richards, on "An Old I I
FHhlon Mother"\ are announced MINISTERS TO MEET MONDAY did

for the morning hour of worship -. The'ministers of the RedlandDI.trld
and their wives will meetat
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At 8 p. m. the young people of thVfcoKse ..' the Rev Valley R I

the church will present a special Core In Silver Palm on Monday, r

Mother's Day program to be com- May 0, at-SI:30. There will be a

posed of solo and duet numbers pot luck dinner, It was announced '

and a pageant entitled "Mother I
hood Through the Ages" worship with., the Methodist people Y'' A ,

The public I it cordially Invited to on Mother's Day. l"
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LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICES I I .auailuyM ti
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Notice h ......, *feaa that the following a'aawlbaa' Ian*. ar 00 nark thereof aa I
..ftl... mrmirr U par the amount due for NAHANJA DRAINAGE: DISTRICT taua
for the year HIT herein art ._1" to Use Mam. together with tort of seek and
advmblna. will ta sold at publta auction, .. Moafer the at* ate of Jan.. A. D ISIS.M .
:r she C1q of Miami I BUM ft ''' I.i if 9 "
'r I Dncrlpllaa : 3 I too *.. r*. a Naiaa Total T..I
14 of tEU et 894 of 1.j M M 'It t J. I MnrrarNWK '. "I fats
of NWH of BW)% ..:. II H 44 II A. H Bantoaa ItM
fc* of 'w4 .__ .. ,. It II 4t M loll Baldwin ... .. 5.55eve
S<6 of NWU af BW(4,
of IW44Swi .. .. ._..._. II M 4* MII Jeff s.ld.la ..._...... sis sir, it the bright particular tear of lit toft stout fiefs steel ffirlngt let the
{ of BWiJ af KWUNWH M 4* ItHl Clarence A. Loaneb.ry 10 HEll
of NWUaf SWV4 ::_ .__::::.:.a2 se 45 19 Jsa H. Remains, .... iota automotive year: a car to make you wheels follow the road roan to the swells, .:.
11'4 of HB" 01 HII: .. .. ... 1 17 as tI Unkwwn ..?_. ......_ inin
NE of NIt'4 of scot: .... _.... ... 1 17 a. 10 I. L. UurrarM .. proud and h.ppy-you can prove that anydip to the hollows-yet past none of that
HE 1 of 11t'4 01 MB ...... 1 17 a5 N I. Murray .. inIt
whereon the these
'W of8W" of II'" .. .. .. ... ..11 17 99 It I. L. Murrar .....n .. ,H highway brlahaM.d.,1. lively up-and-down on to the; body. )

.'..l Laaa it Paw ft ooelop1 la .... ..C...'. ;.is IT 55 In it, you can know luxury Id your travels You travel level at a straightedge, thrill to
Lou rIB to it. R ."I :: :: :::. 15 I. L. ...,., ........._...... to toW and still not over-strain budget turbine-smooth power thac'i quick at lightFace -
% Lob II and 14 Blk. I ... J. L. Murray less your
NWK of NEST ......-...:?..::::,' : f IT N :: ftaraloa O. Pepper-1-a III.Pappar oing-know a kind of travel-comfort that j
feel like a million just titling In
C .* Potter, tow
5W .f %. Agents 42.45N Buickt neither road nor weather mars. Yet whatare j ;.
W% .E ...__n.. .. ... .......... .. IT, N 101 vralea rrn.:: ... this the facts on costs? ,
a repose 4 Patiar, I.. t,
Asia. ...... And you know you're commanding the I
N% of MW14 atNIK .W\4 ......... ..._.. 11 N t5 Nellie i'c.rr: ; A'MIle 0; in the brat time give Its This great ttraight-eight actually cottt lass I
Cof fri. .._'...... .. ._.' '... .1.4. "tops" power you than tome tixetl I Price almost other car
of NIU ..... .. .... .. ... aloe 40 R.rnb. D. Peres. M lab eager DYNAFLASH engine the Fiat any j
a Popp" Pol"' Ind.Asia. and by the time in the extra
........ .._._.. __ 4t u AubewheelyolIeelthebuoy.nuIeadinlll values included InBuick's t '
WS of HW14 of NB14 5 of L. Marraroka slap figures you'vepaid
N d Nw .. ::...=:.6 : : As $ L. Murray ... : 54.40: that it TORQUB-FREI SPRCNGINC'I .pedal for the matchless performance only
11'4 ofll: -.f .1 55 r. M. Dola. ...._.. .....
acts d NR6 ?;_...._..._ T If N N r. M. Value __. .. ..... gift to motoring-he firm fleet roadability Buick can give Jour I
REi; aI .1\4 a .K .I:%_._. 91 40 90 r. M. Dol.o ", .. .. .....
5w" .f sW% ; au DoUa .._ tiu of t car thac'i beautifully potttxi la ail iu So don'c tit Idly wishing for start Reach
:W'\aI"I't ...... ...__.... ....=7. :: : : &: M. Daau ...: .? : a
(.......) RATES WOOD. going. .p-get this one! We're ready to show you
..... Bad County Tot Oallaotar, ne,.'. BO"hop"oo this fast one. It doesn't any dy't costs loss thaa you think."gallop" ..
Vade .."*. "".*.'' trod '
NOTICE: or bounce or pitch.

M..... U karakr flna that. tha. lallawhte aWrrlWI leads, or aa mark ........, ..
will aa aiMi.iry .. pat the aaMaat doe far OOULI DRAINAGE DISTRICT .....
o for doe raw ism'. ...... art appaifta too tha rave together with aart af mh sob and
adr.rud.e, will ha add at Public aarUaa. aa Monday, the Itk Jar a< 1_. A. D IMI.at .
the haw a< II .'- aaoa at lha south door a< Use Dade Giants Court Bawt. latha
J City at ....... SUM af rtarida. tj
T. DwerlpS.. aia. two TOW Tai .
;: : V.-
af muiWUaf d M ._ -t 171 tf1I'
'' 4di4.te r I\'J) 44..to M :f9is: : 0. H coo eel-r." .'''. Sit ,
; w4 d ew% .f RW% :"::.25 W Vito-c.; t.N
.. Foli; alVn af Wl4."afHwV7. IS H aa l. !.: t. rrtrtT T3T::: !5. SMWWH
af IW(4 *IHt% _. _._ M 4. U TnaMMia r rta.. (V ? loss
of : af ME<4 _. .Ie M ol It Truaaiaa. Fana, Cot A Yaws
WH EU : IWH IT Naalh sisasAt atoTOte
..I AHaaatlah Harfcaa. a Sak .-..... ..... .-... .... ....... ..........-.u..........-o.. r ..-.--
PB III ft.. St ,_ ... M M at
Loss II .IS kI. Valk Notion .:__ M
I'a.llk.. ... C. Reach .."..,-. Ja PRESTON B. BIRD MOTOR CO.
BE" ., ,_.. It H at at aWf BaUwla '-'" ".11

.US V/H'ofWWJIIW"al.. 111'\4 af MWU. JN 4* M JaI calash _. __ .. SIR SOUTH KROMZ AVENUE: HOMESTEAD FLORID,*
,alas./. HATES WOOD.
also* .... OaaMp Tar Cillnht.. -----WIlT TO Tara TefB ou aa i snr mastu
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Page Four THE LEADER ENTERPRISE! Friday, May 6. 1938 "

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Roland Seniors Give "" .
LEADER-ENTERPRISE to
THE '
VOTE
LEGAL NOTICES
SOUTH DADE BY PRECINCTS
mantled tvtian .* ..*.*.... Hi.1 Class Play on ThursdayThe .I>
tv MM MAN* D4 .......... Im. 1I0ttt. o* AMiicArivM torn tut '
I been
Sam: AM.Oil .. ._ Ball., Redland senior elm will Molar IT4IT-Ato M ISM
AlUolll LUra .Ie'z' present "Bi( Hearted Herbert". File A awn
.- MMrMan I I"ok. walled b Swap sin HUM W. iL ....
18 a three-act comedy In the school, ..,. Passer M *toto sad (sets "T** CM
....... se 4.rrd .4a. Call J- auditorium next Friday nijhl' at, tousle Mo. Ill ...... tW kh'wAMurt .f
% II'" M Iko tool "" ) A. B. Id*. kM card mw teHM bAirM.
___ ItorUa a... DM 6 o'clock. I ., ha. masto osaktatlea low a we ,i
M..aa.utw --I I II. The play II conceded to be one deal saw M_\-:="the.""'::'. ".:w.. i

IICII'IUIPTIO\II relte. ..... A : ; F8eaater of Unusual charm and Interest. nafawr.. 40-wk a the I Ctawf all Pads, stem ..rFlorid.

Lee a, amok t. itandn" high Ira
City DadsSorious Junior Will Present .U d Plat seek n. '--t derma.Tas ? m .w come.l .,.'

Merchant ______ I 1 a I 11 CUsa Play Tonight 0=769 MN Messq .am"
Continued o foe One) Moore ...______ 4 I I I a2 I U the MMflMH_.. lamed was kl Ike ,

now ten in the renter of lilt tit,, Pepper _.._.____ n .2 82 23 11. 41 320 74 772aholta The Junior lass of Homestead a UNW:taM tJ. cwt ha II stall W tllnMMr .. ;,a

or )rt the entire M acre (0 to Wilcox -==== 1M 172'12 U II: 108 11 : 342 49 .: 953COSVFSN 153 High School will present IU elaas ::. will M W t. tav self the U tk>"* klcknt" y r tmtrlkHrm kUdw .j...,'

private interests which were already play, "Growing hide," iiiII,," M ... Camel .... chat as the lint. MMM
the land des to lk> MMk tt '.*, a... wttak. kl 1
eyeing as a speculative Bowery __ t t5 sets this evening In the school NAP Nh .. of JIIM. ItM.DkW4 .
unture.Ht Cannon ._."__ S2 32 0 21 Be 44 188 13>1 44' Auditorium The play I* I former Ikto Mk to* d Nap ....,.
L B. LIATHKKMAM
urged that tht city cooperate Cunningham 2 6 11 27Filar Brodwsy show that deal with CM W Clmtt CmH.
il far It U legally possible :_:: 37 144 4: i 7: IS 106 J 469 the problem and heartaches M Dude camas: Airs. .

,to work out a plait Whereby the Moon .____ 4 It I' 6 21 II 15. III 211 growing ehildrcrt. (c...... cows "k .nltltm, O. CI. '.

Model Land Company will re-: Rogers .___ 7& 48 20 II 45 IS 2211 14 104Wlllbma The scene Is a particularly BNo .. IS, ... 21. IM|
celve its stipulated piled of $40,000for .___.r 10 11 6 a 22 8 12 I 82Jsatla charming one the patio of i I

MH tract through the sale of i IQrtIM Cos"Buufor0dl. I California home. NOTKV or sALe or I! TAI CIIJU16AM11rw.a -:

135 lot set aside In the plat for I .... SStlNatM
Anyone who can remember whenhe
._.___ 15 aa 3d U 83 41 112 18 874Gillis k konkr aim tkwt A. .. Cluaa.M .
and
flnanc :if purchase development .... ___ "'_" S9 74 t2 14 f4 21 201 28 824Jwtlee was a member of a neighbor kH fled with M writloa ro.
Deeds will be Issued to Supreme Court hood gang will enjoy the play X. evert t'H_ 1.4.45-r
with all aubawasst emitted am laded tauwa.f.dae
Indh dual lot owner when the
Group 3rutch B. Blackburn, director says. The 1M over 1.U, .kM kr the Siau4V
aum held In escrow totals '40.000..net __. .__.___ 32 11 15 14 III 22 127 18 120 band will play between acts. k. ad..rtIad .M 6014 to tM hirbook tow.
UM balance of $28,130. when Thomas __..__. 44 12 15 21 47 28 1111 12 432 tar each M .ta l4.4 kr ClupMt IstM.
d the too? At" .r gas s..talaw ,
ail -.ile* art completed, will so Watson _._.._....-._ U U 20 I. 12 I' 133 21 362 I ATTEND COftFEEENCt Mlowlii awwrikM real .isle-.Is opus the
Into j special fund for streets, Judge Supreme Court Cw.y of Dad., star d r.-t to-wltt
I Three young people front the Lot 4 Blk. S Aroea4ato laioiAa
) and buildings on the \lnex. Semi Fred IL Davis,
Ja'dsl".lplnl! Homestead Church k* sold arr .rkloiioiMo he ..tiffs..
Baptist at*
remaining 39 acres, which will be .!ceased SSIS of ISM sod reptwe.m mes
dedicated to the city for public Chapman ._._.__. 58 101 112 as It It 221 18 630Hearn tended the Baptist Student Union for tko nan ins to IMS, both ......1...,

use Councilman, Morris said. _..... .... _. _" '_ JT 24 I. 18 U I. 81 13 280 'inference held In Camp O'Lena. and Lot I*'a'.8.IMS., S. amounth.1_ Par to*.111 Ta....toaoi "
It. L Cool Group 1 last week: Myron GrenntD, first to ko oolj ors .......... kr orllflrato. No.SMS .

Answering, an objection from Davis ... ....... .__.. 21 10 10 IS 27 II IS III 220 vice-president Of the Universityof ol INS set...Mwraomla.. .... lot the
Councilman frank B. Rue that rom loop to both ItMlrnlvj, end
Hancock: .--. .-.- 41 II II III 87 18 118 14 174 Florida council; Miss Lola Walker IMT, "... MBaaatlac to 111.fl.
"the ity ean't go into the real Mathews II 88 42 1. .11 It 178 28 485 student representative of Stetson Sold tam orUfkatot fcxothor with all
estate business". Morris Mid the I liamaiat oo UU4 or heed ton will be
It. a. CeM. Great. 11 .. University: and Miss Tern laid to the khlkoat hider at Uw CourtROOM
sates campaign would be handled Carter ___ .11 98 II I' 91' III 371 U 699Kehoe Robertson, student represents! : to Miami, on Iko lath star at Mar,
through channels entirely' apart .__._-,- 49 I. 44 15 81 10 lIS 13 18. live of the Florida State ISM, onlaalai .at gas boor *t ttm a'.lueaN..o.
Collegeor .
from the city. He said that King ._. .. _., 10' 'I If 18 I' 4 II 11 nl Women. mar A. be -Md to IkonatUr dw -...aa UM MM
eight choice lot lit the proposed State Attorney Dated a., Miami PlorMa, this leas nth
.ubelh than had already been reserved Palle 64 11 S1 447Worley day of April IIS*.
by local business men, and _: :: :: 154 :: :: 103 :: 385 :: 063 See "Tanaa at frees King C. B. LU11IKltIllAM.CN Clrn.lt Conrt.OaoV ,.

I Cooper Auditorium Monday at CooatT, ..lor....
that untatlve purchasers outside Rep Group II ICI...." Coon seam 1
Homestead would bring the sales I Gordon .. ... ___ t1 U It II 88 It 1.3 IS 443 or ':3'. Adulta,, lies eblldren. lie. Br *VO. n.NNO. D. C.
total $21,500 when consummat HolJ ... ......._.__ 7t 131 OS 13 111 U 111 45 643Rep. a>.klhho< Aar. U: Mar .. IS. lass,

ed. 0..... I I

Am ner i argument that there 1 Allen .. ._. a3 44 12 a 41 IS 121 12 130
Jackson 19 20 e A 19 .
were loo many vacant lots already =:::::.. =-- 82 107 50 80 110 .t m = mWaUal.4l" I

impr" ed to encourage I new sub- .__.__ 8 10 1. 4 8 6 \1 I 678
dlv DIOII, at this.time was answered Rep. Group I .. I IOYllltrHt

by Mi Morris wit* the statementthat ... .._.... lit lee fT 15 1S4 88 III as loot
the majority of such lots were Watson .. _.._._. 22 IT T II IS I' lot It 238William.
to (m timbered with lien and tax 10 207 I
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C-rin, .itcs that It would cost more Wood : =: 18 123'

than they were worth to clear the I Judge Court .r CrImea
title .Taxes on the Model Land Allen at 134 Tit II tit 10 153 14 181NorflH'
Company' tract to ___._. ._ II .1 11 17 It 13 111 II 421
are paid date
Simple I 12 6 II 4 15 4J I 10'
and ii mater of title la a simple '-
mattes, Morris declared.Ad .. Arent 1073Rollins ,
JI.4I. ...... ._ 110 181 TI n 112 73 410 a.
> Ad by City Attorney InC I .. 14 14 14 II 41 22 121 31 131I
Uu' ,lock that there could be no Willis .- 14 14 I 1 14 7 61 10 130Scheel
legal ? ijectlon to the elty accepting ,I BoardTurner I

dedication of land for public ... .. 00 184 41 10 138 .1 131 &I 011

purposes, the council aa a whole : Walker ..._ __ _. .__ 13 10 IS 117 10 54 368. 84 lll,
IIltpl'('rated Its willingness to probe ) BUILD WITH

further Into the feasibility of the LEGAL NOTICE -" I sad sass M .. *4tk 4o, W Mar.
plan and Instructed Mr. Haycockto : last I will spilt to to* HoMrakto W. V.
Pastas. Cleanly ,.... d lade Cooortr.
confer with Pepper and Coffin, Horiri or Am.H-Armit ro. tAl r......, for appeal af saw. final nmilao4 ,
Mlartil of the land DKIDCMWW lor thwl 4larkora' m* aowilaMratar.i OUR
representative .
ITU_'* wf loss C. ,. A, d Ik* Mtoto ml William Shirrs LUMBERBUILD

company In letter received *Mk. ki kmkr rlto.: w1 W. I. tntorkoMor 'Tim :::: mt A..., ....
Wednesday, ol BUM o4 Comr T.. t.rtlfkMrNo. WILLIAM J. GEKOHIMO
by Mayor Tom Harris from Mr. SIS wio4 the lot day .f Ami, A. AoMlnattniiur, C. T. A.
D. IMT. kM filed MM to el..., .>4IMmon. .
mr
(Apr St. Hi May S. II)
Haycock, the
city
attorney confirmed Me fade aepiftagaa rw a tae e. .. w with our Lumber it's
Mr. Morris' verbal outline ....... taM CvrtltkM _

of the proposal, after a conversation .-> Ik* .1160,...adawb.a. o> Dttte,dewlted SUM '"?-Florida. the safest and the cheapest In the long
with Frank tVpper. Provided
towlltUMO: aid I*. *l..k .. K,II>I>4.U
his client received the full $40,000 Park No. II. PIM Ikiok 17 Pee* n. run. Strong, sturdy timber makes
purchase price for the property Ma .ate Owsw of ....>. into '"< ,....

Mr Pepper said he waa willing to Tko S.e.mwt .f .u. pr.Nwt ead" PALM strong support for your homeyourwalls
eo- pt'l ale with the city in any tko 'HIM oxrurkM kmWf w. Ie the -

plan In which certain area could : .INikMnn.U IM MM.wntflMto Men knonttix ......... I ]E your floors-your beams-and
be set ,aide for a city park.AII".JUh to .... the >ooro the Model land to. wfll k> MM to UM klcknlM bidder elsewhere where quality wood is need-
u refino- aa I matter of policy, to 4w ;. the MI* ml Jas.:. ItSI. wkkk k ,
... w 4.r d Joe IfW
grant option on any ol ito land. I. DOW Milt ale 4>. of Mar. ISM.K. ed.
Mr r<.ppar: further stated he was II. LKATHLIMAN. <
Chat ., Clnmlt Covrt. I .....
all bids
willing" to stay other for t DMt OMM ,riorM II
the pn perty uhtil July 1. as a f Clmk Court iol) '
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to the city His M. o. irnaarrT. e "
courtesy company the
? ... :Nay it. s*, it Genera) W.D.HORNECO.
will" not. however, guarantee improvements

to prospective purchaser COD ? J *.. OAAOrA4
and must also maintainthe ? LO FRANftt L, SKILL, Owner

'Yof side-track which ls : v' Will.. *....sub u. Public UtilitiesBeaaestea.

the only' place available the "iorit: or nrrrNTmM TO' MAIL: AI'- I U N. KrwsM AV*. Phase S47-J
railroad to reverse Its fLITATION roll FINAL DIMCHAar.lt
company Sissies kj ...... plow IkM I kao NM Fa... ....N
engine al this time, Mr. Pepper or lath Meat aw .ouu.. (or Float I
sUlrd. >lork aa MmteMrMor. A T.
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General DentistryOffice .
fire Insurance and '
First National Bank Real Estate General Insurance
Ileum I a. aa. te I ... ntL Building Kindred Lines -

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Friday, Mar 6, 1938 THE LEADER.ENTERPRBE PaIN' F1et+ f il1

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W.J. Edward left on Wednesday Local Group Attend i Church of the Nazarene have been : '

tor Lowry Va. changed to 100; o'clock p. m.. It
"; League Union Bahquet Waa announced.
Daniel Arcuri moved this week
and JlroundHomestead
In Everyone It cordially Invited to
from the Chapman cottage on 13th Misses Betty and Jamie Rich- attend these service

street to the Wm. Batchelor prop arda, Mia MarybeUe; CUbba. Mia

erty: on Avenue B. Marjorie Moaier Mitt Effi Booth.
1 Mia GerakltA rUtU, Min BonnieWlttkop Tomato Bayer ArrestedOn
Mr. and Mr*. E. A. Chat and
Bad Check
and the Rev. J. i. Richards Charge \ ;
son of Mami were Sunday guetta, attended the annual Methodist .
at the horn ot Mr. and Mr*. FriU '
district Epworth League Joseph J. Mutane of Pittsburgh "

Schroeder. union Bamiuel held last Friday tomato buyer tad seasonal packinghouse :
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Olsen and serious operation Saturday mom- evening at the Trinity; Church In operator m HomMteed and ; (

their Infant ton left yesterday for .tag. Redland Rattler Miami Florida City, It being held la Dade

Atlanta where they will visit twt The assemblies that will be held County; JaIl to await trial la trton ,:1

week with Mr. Olaen'i later,, Mr. and Mr*. Jo* Thurman have, l I* June wen talked about brieflyby laal court of record on charge 61p

Mrt Rupert Benner. They wen moved from Miami to Homesteadand Horton CALL Mite Margaret Turner of Lakeland terihtt worthless MMCU

accompanied a* far a* McDonald, are BOW living at the J. P lint grade-high, Gloria Bag, director for the young peo In a joint Warrant sighed Bf SI

On bMrt.. O. R Brown who Anderson home. Marion Cowman Blanche Ma- ple' conference. The Rev H. farmer and packing house *nVploywt ,

will visit there two month with I Vicker, Otis Oottnun Maxine G. Cowan who I* now pastor of of tail vicinity; Mokmola }

her father. Judge H. E. Harry and W .B. Flowers ha been In the Caah. Sellers and Floral Park churchesand charged with paying for" to
other relatives. Kendall hospital since Sunday, Second grade high Charles the Rev. Harvey Walter of tot and labor with worthless : ; f

Smith, Jack Rodger Bobby Car Coral Gables told of the work of check on the) Coconut Grove and '

Mr. and Mr*. Herman Marks, Mr. and Mn. HollitWr Sage left rett, Larry tatter, Billy Scott the young people at the Miami Homestead bank in the total I

their two Children, and Max Lost Monday for their summer home Third grade high Richard District Mill Elisabeth Swain, amount of taJIO.... sets

net motored to Tampa Sunday to In North Woodbury: Conn. Leadley, Edward Pye, Dorothy presienl ef the union, was toaat ,Tomanl and MOM Sever farmer t

attend the wedding that eveningof Davit, Ruth Engel Margaret Gaby, matter and Ben Hunt recreation and merchant *f Florida City

Mill Den Peckett. niece of Betty Lott; low, Grace Burry, chairman, was song leader were the heaviest loam with
Mr. Mark and Mrs. Loaner, Who Mr H. C. Reed left Monday lone Jones, Dorothy LM, Cath- I PI 1.11 and I41J10 respectively. J

has visited In' Homerttead fre for Gainesville where the will erine Thompson, Martha Lucas, Mother' Day Program :Check lor smaller amount were ,
Mrs. Marks visit a abort while with relative Issued to ether from whom \
quently. was matron Ruth Craft : growers
of honor Mrs. Leaner bad from Gainesville) the will go to Fourth grade... high Bruce : At Nazarene Church Mulct bought tomatoes, and for

been visiting In Tampa for sometime Orlando and then to North Caro- Wagner, Peggy Garrett Wanda i wage ef employee; ,

prior to the wedding, at which lina where Mr. Reed la working Miller, Charlotte Murray, Patty I There Will be a Mother's Day I t
Nara-
next at the
Sunday
she also wa present Robinson, Catherine ShKkJe| ( cd. sermon j CHARGED WITH AUTO THEFT:
Mn. Earl Field and Mn. Glenn Lillian Bishop, Emma Engel Esther rene Church by the pastor the Charged with grand larceny for

Mr. an Mr T. B. Granthamand Thunton of Miami were dinner Kufeldt, Joy Lee Barbara Rev. W. J. Parker. At the evenIng -,stealing an automobile from another j

their son, William, and Mrs.' tuettt of Mr. and Mrt. Carl Fieldon Jean Soper, Sarah Vihlen. Lo- service the pastor will preach negro Willie Park of Homestead ?
from Revelation 84 "And there
Granthara'l brother, Edmond: Watkins Thursday of last week. nora Williamt; tow Gene Powell was committed far trial In '

will leave tomorrow for Hot _... ., ....- Caroline Gartner, Frencet McVIcker went out another horse that was i:criminal court of record under

Springs, Ark., for a month' stay FLORIDA CITY Annie L. Stewart, Leon Edwards red; and power was given to from him ",000 bond by Peace Justice S. L.
that sat thereon to take
peace
and from there they will go to .... .. W. Rsvery, Carrospeedeei Jimmy Ron. the earth. The sermon subject! Kendrick on Wednesday. i
-Richmond, Va. where Mr. Grant- Seventh grade high Jack
will be The Red Horseman"The ,
ham will attend the Southern Marshall; low Frank Panno, Waiter I r
WANT ADS PAY
The old Cormack building en evening service at the!
Seedmen' Association. Before Palm avenue Is being torn down Rutzke, John Benson, Walter ,

returning to Homestead, they will this week to make way for a modem Kufeldt '
spend two months in the North hotel be built Eighth grade high, H. A. I
three story to
Hick-1 If
Aman Lee Gladden Blair
Carolina mountain ,
by Joe Tore.... Work it to begin
I ton, Budy Llndgren, Wilbur Pee-; f
on the structure as soon a* the
Lloyd Delto Roy Chandler, R. B. ples, Ettelle Lee Marie Bashor,
lot I* cleared.Mr. .
Chandler and Clarence Owens of Nellie Caah, Jeanette Cox, Jewell ,

Atlanta and Jacksonville, enjoyed Hodge?: Ila Jean Irwin. Merle Lott,
and Mrs. Hobart Brockett
a week-end of fishing on the Keys Eva Roaborough, Dora Scott, Bobbie ,
left on Monday for their home In
Lela Ball, Helen
Simpson; low
North Haven, Conn., after spending '
Mr. and Mn. Vannie Lee Harris, Cooke, Barbara Hill, Carol Lee.I 1
Jr., announce the birth of a daughter th7rlnve. .bra Nina Lou Pope, Lola Vrana, EHza-

Gladys Ann, at the Post Graduate beth Markham R. A. Bethea Jack I
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Chandler had
She Hilton, Clarence Ramadell Philip I
hospital Friday. weighed f
aa guests Sunday, Mr. and Mrs.
seven and a half pounds. Ream, Julnor Rogers Robert Riley ,
J. M. Ch hck of Miami.
John Guiarantano.
I tjf tV=VR1111 NNW ZZPHTR Duals
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Beck an- will Ninth grade high, Marjorie CH01CB OF ROUTS }
Mil Ingeborg MatUon LOWEST FA* g
nduhce the blrtn of I ten-pound Lewis, Lillian Andrews, Ruth I
Columbus S.
leave Tuesday for ,
Eleanor Ilene, Crawihaw, Dorothy Behmu.
daughter, Sundayat C., where she 1* employed. Wan I .. ... N ..af.rl M sons .1 tot 11,. MI M / hMa a "t
the Post Graduate hospital Elizabeth Craft Mary Engel,
da Sickle, Bobby Powell, Harold! Jaekseavitleza$ 75 Miami a As Ii
Bobby Haberlandt of South MI-
Mr. and Mn. Pat Boatwright ami Is spending the week herewith Delaney, Graham McElroy, George Key West 5.40 New Yerk tU i

hive moved from the Campbell hit grandfather, W. F A. Kufeldt; low John Brown, Jr, I BUS TATIONi Redland Hotel, Mowrj St,

hdme on N. E. 14th Street to tilt Robertson.Mr. Rex Romlne Coleen McVIcker. and Floater Ave. Homestead. Florida
Free apartment Trance Soper.

Tenth grade high, Howard I
and Mrs R. Padsg fend fam-
Mn. A. D. Smith fen Wednesday Crouse, Marie Borgardt, Valerie
ily left Sunday for the north. They
few Lees- Campbell, Betty Louise Harris
to spend a days In
occupied UFree\ cottage
burg with her mother, Mrs. Laura the Lydia Vlhlen) low, Carolyn Campbell
Palm during winter
on avenue
Davis, and her brother, A. S. Davis Freddie Chapman returned LaNelto Rogers, Kathleen
formerly of Homestead.Mrs. Row, Wilma Thompson, Jane,
Monday from short trip to Roanoke -
Robinson. j
WIlL McMlchaet and son, Va. Eleventh grade high EmilyEngel I i
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Jack, have gone to Eau Gallic and Alma J. Ltadgren; tow
Mr. and
where Mr McMlchaet la working. laughter ttnWednesday for Wlllii Baxley, Ben Benson, Edward .

Mr Burr Elmer Hampton, John
They were accompanied by after
their home In Bedford Va.,
E, W. Chandler and little Betty I spending the winter hero illII.. Hickton Cleo Chubb, Wilma Lan-

Chandler who will visit them about Tenth street drum.
two Wteks. Lockri cottageon Twelfth grade .- high, Alice

Penny, Ethel Robert, Mary E.
I' Mr. and Mr*. David Snow left
O. B. Parker, accompanied by their home Williams, Margaret Albright Betty
Tuesday for summer
on
his wife and Mn. J C. Shelton Of, In Branford Conn. Blake Albert' Halnlln, Clement
New Russell z: I. Graham; low, Vera
Mexico, who ha been vliltlng I
Carroll Mn Min-
at the Parker home left Saturda'i nie Mn Lutz Efflyn and Mr*. S. S., Shield left ,:Parker Melba Bdnd. Mildred t; R 1 [I I CiiTt gyt
Cox, Nora Greenwood. Doris
to
morning go on a where
for Detroit
t will spend the summer. I
,I.. Elizabeth Halnlln.
Id1 return Sunday M Monday. .
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Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Angelina and
,J. Lawrence Scott; who hat been moved into the I
family on Monday
II) with Influent for the past
Eighth
Fred Brockett cottage on [ i
tore week b able to be but again. street recently vacated bjr D. Destleri. I

Mr Decided i is occupyingthe Roofs look alike tot they don't wear alike
I \
llr. and Mr. W E. Rheney have F. GangMia home for< the I The beet way to jadg roofing vela la by the

at a guest, Mn. Rheney'a moth- summer. : 1. nerd ol the awrclMM who tell it end the
ef. Mrs. W. P. Parker' of Jacksonville \ 1th: I sure of the manufacturer who auk** IdWt J

a,week, who at their came neroe.far. Friday. to spend Billy Forsyth arrived on Monday (1.. ... .. ltd Caret discuss Sad 13hlnrtta.yfod.sets .
front Pensaebla for visit with
a Warlat lama which
I a bag I signified Qttai. .
and Mrs.Jules: Abraham nl",parent here. P rmttlaeafdt'sdtiag try tor vtf M ytarm. Add ear rich 6a ;

., ol Coral Cable and their grandsen. ww.e+..k..A1a.1 these ttt WtUtf two a>' al low .* "&. '.

; Arling Abraham at Lang la- I Dt.B.r.3TEBKINS. beside awk-des' ae nary roof .**. eltewntro. j

I land spent Sunday here at the ,.. t1 s.....i.od "Meg

" tionw of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. ByruraMr S. .... .. lint. gl.etir BROOKER LUMBER COMPANY

Registered Optoewtrtt IEY do ...... I.p.

.it *. Frank Gordon of Battle It TEAtr (f-rIae..w.. t>+*.lagaaeaWfcna. "
Creek and her brother, Frank GUtetpie Practice In Homestead ..lit.mdm. yM Telephone 62 s Homestead, Fla.

1 of Detroit. who have been Room and TMcOory hair far the eases. wish aW

. gteitt at the home of Mrs. Sjrbei14 Arcad .treat eadufaioee ed --

Chandler for the past two week W<*.*.*.*..- rtj'Bush's >
left Friday to, return to their ThursdayH7 30
'j to 10 >p.> m.
home
.....;,- MAIN OFFICE:: Barber Shop
UIJ W Flatter, Miami. Fla.
.j Billy Van Winkle who Its* been Phones; 3-1313- -7131 I & Beauty Parlor) ROOFINGS fc SHINGLES
ill in a Miami district hospital for I
Dr. L W. gtebblna. Associate STANDARD FOR OVER 6QYEARS
J the past two week underwent a ,I Mist UHlo ...... Operator f '

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BRIDE OF REV. C. G. NELSON IS WELCOMEDAT MRS. CINA STEWART IS M. E. CIRCLE GiyESMQTHEIMAUaHTER: ..
i NEW a P. W. C. PRESIDENTAt
REDLAND' FLORIDA CITY RECEPTIONS the third annual election of SILVERTEA' AT BURTON HOME THURSDAY :

-- the Homestead Business and Professional ----- "

A reception their pastor and The wedding of Mr. and Mn. Women's Club officers I Af }IKs molfier-alUstfiter'tlfvef"'llama, ]Mrs. J. t.: BsTlnrJ, Mtt""!* '

Ills bride of ten days, the Rev and Nation U d..crlbed'llthe following were chosen aa follow: president, tea given at the home of Mr. and A. McNelll Mrs. D. L. Bowen,

Mr. C. O Nelson, wa given last extracts from Mn. Nelson's .Mr*. ( :1q. Stewart: ; first vjc-pre Mn. J. L. Burton yesterday by Mn. Newton O. Ban M.... Joel

night by the memben of the home town newspaper lent Jd.... Jane Nesfattti second W. M. U. Circle One Mn. F. Flel- J. Robinson, Mn C D. taker Mrs.

Ladle Aid of the Redland Com- "The wedding of Mia Ruth vice-president Mn J. F. Ham- tat wa presented with a bouquet E. S. Caplinger Mrs. J. A. Daugh-

munity Church at the horn of Mr. Rohme daughter of Charles mett; recording secretary, Mn C. for being the oldest mother present erty. Mn J P. Dye, Mn. C. A.

and Mr*. Frank W. Stillman In Rehme of near Gaston, and the H. Steffani; corresponding secretary and Mrs. Lloyd L. Field was Williams, Mrs Annie R. Butler

Redland. The Ladle Aid of the Rev. C. O. Nelson of Florida City, Mrs. J. E. CSauzens; treasurer given one for being the youngest Mn. Emma Wright Mn. J. W.

Florida City Community Church, Fla., took place at :2 o'clock Sunday Mn. Chas. Clinton. mother present Mrs. J. p. Anderson Miller M.... Homer J. Davis Mrs.I. .

which Mr. Nelson also serves ai I afternoon at the home of the I II They will be Installed at a pot- was showered with birth- P. McLean, Miss Barbara Williams !

pastor Joined In the reception at I I bride' father. The Rtv Kenneth' luck upper meeting on May 23. day gift by member of the circle.In Miss Geraldine Reitz, Miss

the invitation of the Redland or- ,, Maynard of Dalevllle read the I II Mr*. Hammett Mra. C. W. Mc- the receiving line stood: Mn Bonnie Wlttkop Miss Alice U.

gunlzatlon. I ceremony before an Improvised' Ewen and Mil Lucille Bevl were Caspar William and daughter, Richard, Misses Margaret Mild-

Mr. and Mra. Nelson arrived In altar of ferns."Preceding I Appointed on a committee to make Miss Eleanor; Mrs. Ceo. Ranson red and Helen Field Misses Betty

Florida City late last Friday night I the speaking of the arrangement for the event. and daughter Miss Mary; Mrs. and Leola Shelly and Steve Rob-

after a wedding trip of five days I wedding vows Mn. Harry C. Dor- J. E. Close and daughter Miss erta.

from Canton, Ind., where they ton played Mendelssohn's wedding MRS. BECKHAM TO INSTALL Martha; Mn. A. M. Logan Mn.

were married on Sunday, April march and during the rernon"l P.-T. A. OFFICERS ON MAY 13 J. J. Richards and Mrs. Dan William DEMONSTRATION! CLUB

24. They are now at home In she played 'I Love You Mn. Walter Beckham presidentof *. MEMBERS WIN PRIZES!

the Florida City parsonage where O Promise Me'. I the Dade County Council of A program consisting of the The following member of the

they were hosts at a getacquainted "The bride wore a cornflowerblue Parent and Teachers will Install following numers was given: piano Homestead Home DemonstrationClub

supper after the evening service lace dress. Her going-awajr officer for next year at next Fri duet, "March Brilliant", (P. Free- won prize at the County
Sunday night outfit wa a gold-colored with man) by Mra. Fleltaa and her
suit day evening' meeting of the' Achievement Day which was held
The Ladle Aid Society of the m.tchlnacce..orlet: . Homestead P.-T. A. Dr. B. E. daughter,' Mn. J. D. Redd; vocal Friday at the Central School In

Florida City Community Church "Mr. and Mn. Nelson left Monday Gatlin will make a short talk on solo "Old Fashioned Mother of Miami: Mr*. Ceo. N. Wakefield,

held an Informal reception at the morning for their newly furnished dental hygiene.A Mine", (Richard Kountz) by Mrs. tint prize for variety of flowers;
home of Mn. Delta Wednesday Hunter Harden; piano solo, Schubert' -
Lloyd on home In Florida City, Fla.
short film on social diseases Mn. A. D. Smith tint prize for
afternoon In honor of Mr. "Serenade", by Mr*. Lonnle
Mn. Nelson, a talented linger
will be shown and a health playlet ] cut flowers and thrift dress and
and Mrs. Nelson. Hood; welcome by Mn. Ceo. E.
was for many yean soloist In the will be given by Mrs. Virginia Ed.rds' third prize for felt applique; Mrs.R. .
Punch and salad served Reed; reading "A Parable forMothers"
were Mount Zion Methodist
Church of
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pupils. The school band L. Hobson second prize for alack
bthe hostesses, Mra. James M. Daleville Ind. by Mist Jamie Richards;I
will play. article; and Mra. O. M. Cooper -
Dobbin and Mn. Charles Clinton. Mr. Nelson, whose first wife diedat violin solo by Miss Martha Close; I
second for huck towel ba .
Present were: Mn. Margaret their home In Redland more Children will be entertained In song by two of Mri. Hood's pupils;I prize ,
one of the das room while the vocal solo, "Mother Those who attended from Home-
Kennedy Mrs. J. H. Miller Mn. I than a year ago I* serving a "re- Machree", by
R. W. Mulllna Mn. John Rohrer turn engagement" a* pastor of the program la going on. Punch will Mr, t. P. McLean; piano duet stead were: Mn. Fred Suber, Mr*.

Mr>. Edward Blihop. Mrs H. M. :Florida City Church, aa he wa Its be served In the patio at the close "Gltana" (Carl Helnes), by Miss Mae King, Mn. Harry D. Wolfe

Brown Mrs. Lucy Clinton Mrs minister' 20 year ago. He and i of the program. Marjorie Moser and Mrs. Redd: Mrs. Carl Drawdy Mn. C. D.

R. J. Shepherd Mra. J. W. Free- his family had known Miss Rehme I This I* the last general meetingof accordion numbers by Frank BIl- Bethea Mra. R. S. Wlttenwyler.

man, Mra. J. B. Cohernour Mra. and her family for more than thirty the school year.HOUSEWARMING. lelo; vocal solo "Those Song My Mrs. Cooper Mrs. Andrew, Mrs,

Roy Chandler. yeanMn I i Mother Used to Sing," by Mrs. Smith Mr. Hobson and Mrs. ,

GIVEN Lloyd Dietz, violin duet by Miss Wakefield.Mrs. ,I

I IRedd' BY MR. AND MRS. TODD i iI Alta Webster and Miss Nina Pearl I
MRS. KINARD GIVES Win. J. Ceronimo, Mn. Fred
Mr. and Mn. Ernest Todd were Bush accompanied by Mn. J. H. Landon Carney presidentof I
BRIDGE LCMCHEOVMn. Mn. H. H. Ewing, Mn. V.
boat at a barbecue and housewarming Webster; readings by Mn. Reed the Woman'i Club of Home-
Gordon Ivey won the E. Rheney, Mra, Ceo. W. Turner
I given In their new home' accompanied by junior choir. stead, and Mrs. E, A Buchanan,
score at at Jr. Mr .
high prize bridge Mary Norman, Mr* Rue,
on Naranja road between Coconut Punch and sandwiches Were president of the Junior, Woman'
the luncheon meeting of the Wednesday Mu Ruth Fox Mill Helen Norman
and Silver Palm served by Mrs. Logan, Mrs. Hood Club were special of the
Bridge Club this week at and the hostess.SHOWER Palm:\, drives Friday guests
*venlng.! and Mrs. Harden. Woman's Club of Coral Cables ata
the home of Mn. R. R. Kinard. .
I Present besides those already May breakfast served Mondayat
The second prize was won by Mrs. i IS GIVEN I More than fifty guests were
'
present. mentioned were Mn. Daniel Will the Biltmore Hotel In Miami.
Adrian Jacobbs and the third by FOR MRS. DEXTER HORNEA

Mia Claude Campbell. shower for Mrs. Dexter Home ,....--. -

Guest present were: Mra. Preston -I waa given at the home of Mr. and i The CalendarMay

B. Bird, Mra. Curtis Monroe, Mr*. Alvin Campbell last Fridayby .

Mra Jacob, Mn. Oeo. M. Son- I Mn. Campbell and Mr. Russell I _
8 H. H. S. Junior
nichsvn and Mra. Joel. J. Robin- I Home. ,, play.
May 8 O. E. S. Mother1 Day
eon. The house wa* attractively decorated -

Members present were: Mn.Ceo. I with Ea.tari1l.1 and cut program.
May 7 W. M. S. Circle Two
XX Ruehle Mra. Paul Reynolds 'flowen.
food sale In front of
Mra. J. D. Perkins, Mra I The gift were brought In in a I bank.
Campbell, Mrs. Ivey and Mn. I basket lined In pink and blue. May 8 Young People' Service -
League Eastern
Russell Home.JIMOR Mr. Albert Bussey and Miss Deanery
I Alice Hobson meeting Legion hall at 8:30.
won prize In contest -
May > Hpmestead P.-T. A.
CLUB TO HOLD game
SILVER TEA THURSDAY I Fruit: punch and cake were moving picture how. I
May 8-O. A. meeting In First
The Junior Woman' Club JL served by the hostesses. I I
Baptist Church at 3
Homestead will give a silver tea Those present were: Mn. W. p. m. I
May 10 Meeting of Home-
In the Woman'i Club building D. Horne Mn. Hunter Harden
stem P.-T. A. executive
committee
Thursday at 4 o'clock at which; Mia Alice Hobson Mrs. J. D.
In clinic room at 10 .. m.
prospective memben will be I Perkins, Mrs. B. O. Dye Mrs. W""I
| May 10 Child
special guests. A musical program Heater, Mn. Bob Glenn, Jr., ...' psychology clan
la being arranged for the Claude Campbell, Mr. S. L. West, I I I In clinic room of Neva King Cooper -

event Mrs Ceo. A. West, Mn. Cordon I School at 7:30: p. m.
I May 10 Business t
The hostesses for the afternoonwill I Ivey, Mrs Howard Johnson, Mrs. meeting of
W. M. S. In church.
be Mrt. R. R. Kinard, Mn. Willard Flfield, Mr*. Herman
Thomas, Mrs. AlvIn Simmons May 12 Organ recital by Miss
Claude Campbell, Mn. J. D. Per- ,
klna and Mia Alice Hobson. Mr*. Charles Caves, Mr*. S. A. Bertha Foster at St John'
I copal Church at I
The public la Invited. Shepherd Mn. James Roberts, p. m. EPI"I
by reception for MU
Jr., Mr*. H. Collier Mn. Albert
1 Webster home.
MBS. FRANK EVE IS ELECTED Bussey, Mn. J. W. Tyner Miss
CONVENTION DELEGATE: :''Letltla: Campbell, and MU Edith May 12 Junior Woman'i Club ChocolatesNo
1 tea at 4 o'clock In clubhouse I
At a covered dlah luncheon meetIng Glenn.
May 12 Meeting of Redland
of the American Legion Auxiliary Those lending gift were: Mrs
at the home of Mr*. Edward P. J. Franklin, Mr*. A. L, Lanier, Ladle Aid In church parlor at term so truly or lovingly expresses

Norman Wednesday, Mn. Frank Mr*. Harry Cooper Mn. J. B. 2.30.May: 13 Homestead Mother as the word "sweetness". No gift
P.-T.
{ Rue was elected ai a delegate torepresent Sparkman, Mrs. J D. Barnes, Mn. meeting. A. for Mother's Day May 8th, will .contain

the auxiliary at the an- Russell Walker, M.... Ceo N.
May 11 Redland P-T. A. more sweetness ot be appropriate or
more
nual state convention of the American Wakefield, Mrs.' T. T. Bowen Mr*. .

; Legion and Legion auxiliaries F. D. Mock, Mr*. Mack Murphy meeting.13 of symbolic than a gift of her favorite candy
May Meeting Ep1acopllWomln'
Mn. Mottle Thorn and Miss
which will be held In Jacksonville
from May 28 to' May U Elizabeth Home home. Auxiliary at W. J. Clark And Mother like almost everyone else in

Plan were made for a beano P.-T. A. EXECUTIVES town, if given the opportunity to specify

party for the Junior members of WILL MEET TUKSDAT her favorite candy would name either
the Auxiliary on Friday, June 10.

It I o'clock. At this party those The committee Homestead will P.-T.hold A.an executive adjourned -- DR. Re S. "RS Gales', NunnallyX or Whitman's candy.

who sold the mOlt poppies on meeting the school clinic Bring her this tribute of love and attentiveness *

poppy Day win be rewarded.The at 10 .. m Tuesday.Mrs. DENTIST' on her day of alt rlays.Spetlalllother' : .
member decided to
use
W. E Rheney lint vice-
left from the On1e 9ent I a. M. to I .
poppies poppy day m.Subn
president presided at this week'smeeting Day Gift Boxes, $1 to $ &
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sale to make wreath for decoratIng a UIICleaeel
of the committee
the grave of veteran on
I Saturdays
Decoration Day, May 10. I A fish fry was enjoyed at the

The next meeting will be held A. C.: Campbell home Wednesday Free Parking Space THE: DIXIE DRUG

at the Legion ball on May U at night by Mr and Mr*. Alex Lanier

j 8 o'clock, p. moo it was announced. Mr. and Mr*. Dexter Horne, .and 7M Jf. W. imi IT. MIAMI

! Those present were: Mr*. J. H.thi'j'ttield. on, Dexter, Jr., .)[.... Grace A h- non i-tm Homestead. Florida

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Friday. May 6.1938 THE. LEADER ENTERPRISE Pan Seven


f jItEDLAND. AID MEETS IN vita! CIRCUIT COURT Or ,

SOCIAL EVENTS 8TUXMAN ELEVENTH JI DK'IAL CIRCUIT
AND FOR DAD COUNT. '

----.-...-..-.. ... j On Apr. 28, Mr*. Frank Stlllman No. 91511.AIDA f"1 I CLASSIFIED '
,entertained members tit the Red- ANTONOWHET. Plaintiff ADS
W. M. II. CIRCLES HOLD B B.-ANTOMOWSKT' DrfoMmt.
land Community Church. set JONI FO4I DIVORCE ]

THEIR MAT MEETINGS Reports for the year were read ORDER f OR PUBLICATION RATE First Insertion
: 104 a line subsequent Insertions
II
The W. M.1.. circles of the app.a.ese W .ffldiun. fllod bowls that ;
' I by the secretary, and Mr*. GeoE. tk ptalMIIT.' AM. "-...... ki entitled' SfR line
Tint Baptist Church of Homestead DeueL the president, announc to onrrlo kr ..bI..._ .......t kur has, ;
held individual meeting this I had B. B. AntuMwriir, who to passed M
ed committee chairmen and mem- k* a _.__t of tile But* at r......., I
., Week. ben sad whose mlnuooi I* unknown to soplalatte. FOR RENTFOR season. Jungle Grove, R*
Circle One, which met at that,I Present were: Mn A. J:. Barnes v It to threaten. BCQUQd ....* the Row road and Plummer drive.

home of Mn. Jennie Smith, decided Mn. Anal MessersmiUi, Mrs. M. D. S. Antanow.kr k* Mid k. I* hereby n.Oultd .I RENT Furnished apt
to appear .. 1ht, Mil of ..
mnplnItk
to hold a special meeting M. Ramsey, Mrs. Gotch Kufeldt for dhar,, flied. bw.ls an or before lito downtown. Summer rate till EXCELLENT after shaving lotion

May 20 at the home of Mn. Geo.I Mn M. A. Baker Mn. Geo. W. dar of 1_. A. D. 1911.. sod In drf.It Sept 1. See Henry Behrcna for men. Hand and face lotion

A. West to finish the mission study Turner. Jr., Mr*. Deuel Mrs. Still- of for M dlmm appearing will the to .uld......Bill M of_Completes'...... as or BenJ. W. Morris. (mlStf) for ladles. Make it yourself for /

book, "Fruits of the Yean". man, Mn. Thos. Quilltan Mn. Geo. Mnlnot tko MM drhndunt. a few cents per pint Material atall

The church- win .be:furnkWdj fW. TlmterrSr4fn, Thos. flrewfer. for This four ardor....era/k* .Bublbkod. work.. In ore",.. *Lead wed FURNISHED APARTMENT. drug stores. Complete) instructions -

I with flower during ;this month! ;. Mn. Sarah Drew, Mn. Lee ............ III MooMttond..FlarinV* nw*> R. Bigger. 104 N. E. 2nd 250 cola' and name
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par pooltlloh'! I* Dado County. "......... c.j
by idle strcfe.Mrs. I(Robinson, Mrs. Carrie MoCultoUghnd 110.... this Irik dM *f April A. I). I*... ( ) and address of two friend Address ;

JU A. Wise leader..of. the Mr*. Wayne Calkin of Mi. K. .. LBATHERMAN J. B. Sommers,'' e/o kin. '

; circle, >tJd during Ine biisinafa 'Pmt I: i IClrtelb Catnt seal) Clerk. Clwul} Court FOR RENT Furnished apartment j M. McMlcble, 2110 N. W. both

""I" BWIPI'. ft-root. to"_. St. Miami.
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4 Session, Mi*. West
.,'1'otfetaalr M4Mn. (;has. gdatti.:J. LEGAL NOTICES MNrL Plorld.Astern. AM furnished boots. bedrooms

tudyJch 'Am .. I6. ... 01)'
normOT it nr TAX cn xt
Free .dell.
first chapter of the miaalon"study RATES I corner Blscayne drive' and ., la city. Phone

book Mrt. F. N. Irwin read an Ap Ho.tto No. ISM NOTICE Or APPLICATION FOR TAX Federal highway at Modello. U .M. McEweo Poultry Plant .
Nolle 01 hereby of"a tint Tk MiterClamp.nr DEED
article on mission work. ku filed wltk M written rogortlkl I Cursor tTtlt..Art. *f IMI
tko to. **..., Mntkor wllk oilutoonoM PIN A IMI FOR SALEFOR WANTED :
The next regular meeting it I- emitted W... Uu> luclud.Iw l I Noun. I* fcrnky den that t. M CROP J

was decided, will be held at the tin held I or the" Suu to .... koldrr of SUM and County Tax Cor.tlfloal '
tome : .r.I4: : : to tko kuikon bidder, N. IS4H7 toouod the' Srd dr of SALE 1-buitier on stoveIn WANTED Painting or carpentry :
of Mrs.
Wise. t for peak an ororWod kr Chapter nose, of Ann.1. A. D. fast has tide Rome In mrofflro V. work. Price reasonable. Cor- \
good condition.
the IMT Aek of the todolutur/ PM the and h_ made appllr.tlim for very D.
The hostess served I salad follnrlnf oirrltod nol UU lu the County tax end .. .k* owned tho_ BaM cI Lyon 32 N. Krome Ave.a22-29) bet Smith Cor. 4th St., and lit .

course. of 0..... Star of 1'.1olo. U-wHl 1 I Itlflrala trnkran the followlnt dnrrltod. Ave at residence of W. B. Flowers I
Lot *, Black Tl, Laureate 10..... Tk proportgr In the County of Dad, Suu of
Circle TWO had a program oa I lease to k* told ore TkwMMd kr Ortlfb rlo...... towltlLot FOR SALE Tropical plants: citrus Homestead. (tt)

Africa at its meeting Wednesday rat> No. 1U81 of MO end iwroMnU taxes;, II, Blink W Miami shores Raw trees and tropical fruit in
I.. the peen IM to lass, both Itwlutlv 1 flow 5. a ......... Plat Book 10. Paso I 1
at the home of Mr*. Z. L. LaW'- amounting 1. .11..... ]I 17. In tko County of Dad, late of WANTED Listings of route ;

rence. Mra. T. E. Kirby presided Lot 1, Slash Tt, Lawrnio __ Tk' florid LEGAL NOTICES and apartments for rent Henry ,
taxes I* k* odd .vldrnwd kr arty The __.1 af Mid ptwpurty under I
during the business. Mri. Bert I lease JJ*. Ivan :i"I und NprMiiUioi the Mid _."..... |loosed was I* the nan Behrens alt Benj. W. Morris N.

Andrews talked on "Africa/ fifty I' for tin years 1M. to last both In- of! New Miami them Corp. NOTICI or SALE or TAX: CERTIFICATE Krome eve north of 10-cent
*, amounting to 1144.11,. I I I Union, MM. nrtlflraui ih.ll W ....im.< *. ,
Year Ago"; Mrs Oro Frazier on Lot S, Black Tl Lwr.noo ....18. The aomrdln M low. the property described .,,1"11.. N. ITM store; phone 94. (alS-tf 1
"Africa Tomorrow" Mrs. Kirby 1 taxes lo .. Mid are ..1........ ky Certlfl. therein. will k* Mid to the highest bidder Notion I* (wrriw glen that manna
; / ease No. IUM of imo and represents .. the Court hasdoor o* tko tint Mu*> Coleman kM filed with IM wrltuanuiiMl 1
on "Africa Today"; and Mr. Lawrence team for the room l..* to IMI, bath l.. day In the month of Junta, DM.. which la' that the to* e...if_ together LEGAL NOTICES .f
on "Africa In America. liutvfc. .......tI./ to t.4.74.luM she "tk dar of J..., IMI. with .11 Mitooturnt- remitted or krvM. U.M
I Lot I, Black II. Low..... E."' ... TMU Dated this 4th des of M... IM*. ,.. ..rilM flu WMP IttflH. held bv the state
The hasten served Ice cream and >n M k* M>M are vM.nood kr Cortlfl. K. B. LEATHFRMAN. to adnrtteod and cold to tin kllhnt bidOr NOTICE OF SALE fir TAX CKRTirK ) ,

cookies. ,, .... N. IUM of IMO and nvroo.nl* Lkrk. of ClmH Court. for ...h u provided ky Chapter I..... ATM .
seam for tin roar IM to IMS both Ic County ,.10....... of the IMT Art af th. r-"I.'".*. upon Ap.llr.llM No. lllntlr .
Mr*. L. T. Proctor a new mem- ... .*. .mountln| to Will. (Clrnlt Court SealDade the following donrlbod real I MUto In tk. No to hereby (lorn that MnE.

her, and Mrs. J. R. Chambllsa alllO I I Lot 10. Block II. UwronM 10...... The Hr N. C. BTERRETT, D. C. County of Dane. state of Florida. ..-.It l A. Otind. a...it of R. R Douihlt i
lease to .. Mid >r* *vMouo>d kr Ortlfl- (Mar I, II. 10 ST, ItS ) Lat: W, O. Horn.'a Suk. The lotus to I hot filed with mo writto m int
were present. rem No. M .f IM end NPFMOUI ... an M.mod kr aortirirat* No.ITIT that the tax MrtlfrralM toaMhrrwltk
The next meeting it :'' u>. for j.:_.. Isis to IMI, Mk ,* NOTICI OF SALE fir TAX: CERT1F of lass and npm.au taxes for she nil. subsequent omltkid or hnM: !....
wa an- .. .. llMlln. .1. .. .UMuutln* to MS.**. I tATESAppHcatlM nan last to I. both halo ire, amountIn -
Bounced wilt be held at the- home; : .Lot II. Bunk 71. Uwrou 10..... The N. IMI to 1101.11. k. .le rtloed, and saw to the high hM.drr .
of Mrs. Annie Butler Un to b* uld are .rld- kr C rthru > Katie k .hereby fin that Hirrr Lot II W. I). R_'. Sub The Saw M for ...h ai provldrd kr chapter into, f
.. Into of IM = Nvroioiibl Bomaw had, told with nw wrritoa k* told *n vtdrnord kr ,..In.... No. of the IIRI Ara 01 the ___........ 'rem .
Circle Three voted to give all for tin rr IM to IMI, both l.- to. tax ....UII...... together MQIMMtkat with 17871 of less Sad ropnMutn UM too them the. following dr.rrlbd. real era" I. tho
Its offerings to the building fund I :.:.., Mioilltln to IIT. all uutoo- .u.ut owilttod or .touted tan I.. IMI to IMI, both Incluirn, -.... County of no... State of "........ ts.k
1 in Lot I Blk. S PVton ....
Sew. tax .ortlflou ""'*...... with all ludlui the III II. The tou tok.
roar IM*. hold she Stash
when it met Tuesday at the home UkoMIMIll oulltMl W feM toXOI Will k* advrtto.d and said to use ky klkMt kw- :41 W.: D. R...'. ask To talMrtlfbjnto Mid an *........ tooortUlouto If. ,

ef Mrs. J. W. Cilmer. A party .. lOW H tko highest. kwdor it tin Court dry for goals ** vrwkM kr Ckaptor HIM,I to beoil Are ..- by )I.. TIS of logo and nprwnta BUM for tlwroan i
lour I* Mlouil. on tko lrd day of Mur. of she IMT Art of the Lnrtolaluro. .11t .f last and ropnsnm town for tko ltd to In$, both lnHu.1"*, amour
for the benefit of the building fund'I I INK korhiitlmi ot the boar of W. .',tock the followln described goal I OMOM 1ft upon tin wan 11 to ISM. both 1001.1.. _... he to IIM.11. ,
A. M. or 01 sere Uwnoftor u 1M *awe $10.9t. Lot I Blk. I rVton .... Tk toaot .In W-
d.omy of
wa planned for the member of Itado BUM of Florida, to-wlt 'U .
,'Inwr ko Mulwd I* den ..ourao.tod Lot *, Slash I, M......... The' tu.o .. 45 W. D. Irarn.Y 1.1t. Then taw old .. ld.nod kr Mrtlfloaw/ Mo. 'M4
that other circles. Mrs. H, Colt!+I % M Miami / .. thk the dub k* oU or* rl.ia..d kr Cootll./ .... M.. Ia M sold an ..I....... It" IH'Utloo" N. of IMt nod npnMnto taaM 1M Uw room
Iler read from the Scriptures and day of M.,.. IM'. ; IMtT of fog Rod roproMuto town for Ik* till of IMI and npnoMUM team fur tlw IMt to ,aid, limit -....., aiwwtlne.
..
i C. R LtATHKRMAN. I i IMI to lose, kotk fcwlu.1 roan IM* to IMI, both Inalualro, _.....- to t
i a chapter of like aniaeior study took j Clark Clroult Court i lira to Ml... Onsoun4 lon to 111.... tot S .'k. I Peters ***. Tk taxes to

wa discussed.! Dod Ctru.tr. ".......I BaM. ui MrtlfloBtoi tontkor with .n aid set aortlftratM tonthor with allsubremte.a W KM on otldoaoiul. kr **rtin.... No
j UCfrmlt Court Snl emitted / TIM of IM sad nprowut houses, for she
MM
) ukMuM assistant. .kjvlod .... or Mtn will
or *
Those present were: Mr*. W. ; Rr JNO. FBNNO D. C. k* *old .. to* klckoM kKdiir at tk* Court will ho .old .. the blobs" 6144.. .t the Court ,.... |*t* I* I.... both lnrlu.lv. .*i.iunk >

I. Lewis, Mrs. J. Torn VanK.Mrs. Publkkod Mw *, Is. So. IMS. : Noun la "".1, en den Rose dar of ..... Nonce Ita Miami an the 5th dar d M... I.. lot ".1'.
.
11*. b-i..a..4 the kw.. -f ... .'.Lrb Itllll. ....'../.. .* Ik* hour of tea .'sloshA 4wW min lot torah. with a
May King Mrs. S. L. West Mrs.J. |N TUB Ollcti" M. .. .. .. u
COURT or Two A. M. or M Mon tkmartor a* the -a;, or M MM tkoroirtor M tk* MOM '
R. Pope, Mrs Collier and the ho ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIII<'I'lT IN may o* narliod to do mn*. ia may to ........ I* doe .oun*. told to the klftoot kldoor:t the Court l
I I'' AND FOR PADS roUNTT. FLORIDA ..."*. this. the ** tvM .t Mtaml. I......., title the IHk HOUM In Miami on tko Ilh of M.r.
telL I IN CHANCERY. NO. MMLVlrtorU SV&tt? tf W April IMI. koflaalr nl tin hour of Ian Wit) V

Circle Your met at the home of N. ew_...... all unourrMirouMU Ivan.L .. LEATHERMAN. I.a.a. LtATHERMAM. A. M, or a* son thereafter a* tin win > '
Pkilutlff. ... W. Qordo _.. Clerk Clnult Club ClNuM Court, ..., k* nnokod In du ...._
Mrs. Jack Polk. The devotionalwas ft. .1.. 0.1......... "* C Court.. Dade Comtf: FlorMo Dead M Miami ,...teIa, able tk* ItItII '
", Florida.
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given by Mrs. Julia Polk and BILL TO rop.rx-i.OHr. TAX DKEOI IC..it. Court hell ,('I..... Court *>.l II day of April IMS.t .
ORDER or PUBLICATION IKO. D. C. R LKATHERMAN
JNO.
Br
current events In missionary workIn I IN THK: HAMS OF THK STATI or Published May .. I'. Se. IPiL FENHo. D. C. P.' HIo< Apt .*, M.. .. load Clerk ClnuH ('.. "t.

Japan were discussed Mrs FLORIDA I IDIAN. J I Dud County, FK>,.."" .
by : (Clrrtilt. Court
Mal
GORDON
TO TUB DEFENDANT W. 1IIr
R. E. Edwards Mrs. J. M. NOTICE OF SALE Or TAX: CRETIN: NOTICE or APPLICATION FOR TAX: :No.
Forte r-W.no. unknown: ALBERT : vrtnCkwtor I rENNO D C.
KAYIC. ... CATES .'..101....... Apr It. Wi Mw .. .
Mr Harry Hall and Mrs. T. D. :, N.MOUOI im> st CARRIE KB.I AopllrnUoo No. IMI II4JT-Art. *f IMI .LNOTI..8
RN and .h.nd C. i. FJRLEN, seawater. Walk' k File A"*MHollo
Plche. Mrs. Julia Polk talked tlfSraitk W..krn < Htrort V.. Wen, hereby Rivals that Mr. Ro.1.rbo OF BALK '
,, o* A. Uoranlnw loan IM with to krrrkr fin Mat L. I Ca""dolt Or TAX ( ''TIf'.
I nw wrrtw
on the"Life of Fanny Heck"; Mn. 'Ohio. CARRIH J. RROWNELL sad noun that th tag Mrtlfknua IwMkar koUor of SUM and CouMr Tag CfftiriMto tATBflAppllratlo
DROWN El A., kr kuwaud. If lurrM.mldrnro with. all. lukMoutM. emitted N. IMM .wand the Ir4 day of Aitttot A. No. tilt
S. H. InrM
Fitch "Business of Tithing"; Pmtofflro Hot 9" Dorlou Ohio,; Inelodln. the roar 1036. hold or 'h. taxes D. IMI. ban filed MOM !I. or 01'.". and Not b. h Iwrohy alnoi that Ellaakrtli.
and Mrs. Jack Polk, on "Working PAUL LELRTBKY.dean.. 701 M>lntrort. k* adynfttood ale MW U the kr highest State .ku made .m>llctloii. for a ui din to k. Bronk kM "'" with nw wr two
awovorvllw Pno.ylwnk PAUL den tot fMh an prorlood kid-. Maud tho...... Saw CortlflnW inn.bream nquiut tint the tax omkrlratn. fvttor
kr ..
tor : Chapter .
Eternity". j IBLIFRC m nd MART ILIPRC kh wife.'I of the IMT Acts of the 1M..'....... tko Id''wl.' orrllw4 iwrrty hiUw With all ukMuuM- emitted or tobd. HUM
upon the
The next meeting It was announced ln.ld.KM HI Hlnmu BtroM, R.unMlllo, followln doKrlkod. real Tau In Use C.... Comlf of D.**, SUM of riorU*. to.IM. .Inrluriln the Fear lots, held kr the Hut*
I r.ni.. 'lv.Bl. ; WILLIAM H. BLANK 'M to of 0.... Sate 01 Witt h* idnHlMd and oW to the kurkMt bM.
will be held at the homeof BLAKE. h.. 'wlt.. If n>rrlod. Las D.to O. M..II.Florida.etat/s bo-wk, Thai Lot 11. hawk L Bons View CRrdns I den for most M provMM kr chapter '.,-.

Mr*. Edwards. Mide"m Now Tort Ufty New To" Title .... w ...i Now an ......_ by Lola.ortlfrnil a._...e. s ........ Plot. Book a. pan of. tile len Art of the Legislature pore
iTOR W. PETERSON and PITER- rata "0. .108 of 1924 ... In Uw County of Dad. BUM of rkw the followlnu dM.Hh.d Mat MOita In tt*
A salad course, cup cakes and SON kk ,lf.. If mewled. rnldMir ale fog low room U. repmeems wen ""i.tr.. of Dado, SUM of Florida, pawl >
o U'. both we.The
I .
tea were served. iBOHUYLER. DUNHAM WEINFELO.And ..... ** to R/8 10. 1..1..100, __A of Mid property Ruder Blk I II Towa of riorMa Cllr, The
C"tin.n1.1 Illinois Bonk Buildlnt. Ch.... SaM tae MRIfHau totkr the Mid ...."..... wand WM I* the **m* image to to MM nn orldmMd kr or,tlfi' :
Present beside those mentioned ... DB5.1. auhMiMt omitted knbd with all of! ... T. V. D..... rau No. MM of logo sod rrpromnni'iUM

were Mrs. Harry Cooper and Mr*.,, Beak sod wr of the *km tiamodI to told to the kla-kott or bid.... .,sense Mil nlM MM .....11./ ..... shelf to padona for UM From im u IM, both lnrli.lt., t
u..o Court
'...,......... .goeamty and 'wmmlly Nl1tiav "_ I. ad oowdliw M few tk* proporty dMotlkod amountln to It*IS.
Catherine Ptekard. -"- i, Sod M ...... .N earth 'IIo1Mj. Its beelSstnr J"1'st"tM the hoar lad of day pre of May.la will k* Audi to Uw kkjkort bidder Loir I* Blk. IS T_ of Florida" City' Tht ,

The Redland Neighborhood''I InWroot. nndor oaok And rm of the akonnamad A. M.. .ran a..m theo..hsr as a'.1.pk .t the Court kouM door o* th. flnt Moe. toaM to to MM an nUrwod kr n-t Circle d f mdanu or any of them, demand long ho ,.rh.4 duo ....._an. ore del I* tile month of Juan, loss, which. toIk. rift MM of Ml tad nvnoruu. ,..-.
held
a covered dish luncheon or uth>rwto>, Rod .'.Im... an. InlonM In Dated .1 .,...... r1orwo. title the Ink Itk day of Juno IMI.DM for the Fpm IM to 111, bulb Inch-I". .
meeting Wednesday at the. home the property harrtnarwr _.\bod. dar 01 II.,. III. ** this talk dar of April IM*. amounting to III. M
GROVER C. WILSON, _... .. IM BaM tag aortlfloatoi
E. B. LEATHF.RMArf teavtktr will. aH
of Mr*. J. Lawrence Sifttt oh Coco- II...* P...... I....."' .. IlllnI CUrh R. LEATRERMAK. Clark of Ch-e.lt. Court. iuuMuiwut omitted. or ...... "' will,
Circuit
nut Palm drive. ." I i.-All iMka* .1oMo. owns Court. Dad County .....Ida. k. MM to the hnhaat kkhkv .t she I ort,
."'h'. title. and Interest tin asset Nature ,CI..it Court aedloda County Florida.Fuklbrjd .I (Clrmtt" Court Seal) i Ifouu* In Miami. on tin Mk dar at M.,
The devotional was given by of whirls to .."..w.. In nod to tile p.oa, Hy N. C BTERRRTT. D. C. IIM beginning .. the hour, of ton o' .>-..VUta
Mn. D. R. Snyder and a general 1!, any ....../..,... ......1...... May .. 18 B.. to INO., IMS.rENNO..D. c. Apr. U s9: May 1, .... A. M.ho It' AN, man tbw.ttw as tho ...,
.w _het Jw
YOU.AND EACH Or YOU *M kiivnitimt ., I. __
discussion on. personal service and) to appear i.rR>r* tko cirouii court M III...... Florida, -this tho '1.0*
way to improve the circle of ale CIMo..,. Florid. >t tk* Conntr NOTICE Or IALI OF TAX: nllTlI'1oCATE" : NOTICE or SALE or TAX CERTIFICATE liar el April IMI.E. .

.oJlw-1: Court-Houw lu Mtonl. Dads Count*, Plan, R. iRATHFRMAN
AppMeatloa N IITSNotln
ed. U*. o. or krfor Mooor. Ik. ttk. day of AoolknUo No. ITMNollr I tin* Circuit' ,
Those present were: Mrs. Ceo. June IMS, U a Rill of Complains krowktnlMt N Jraom.b kanky dose that Stewart k kr.op ,tin tk.t Dennis Dade Cou.tr. .Rollo
annt of
th
ro kr VICTORIA N. COUNBEU owner Boklta .ku IM with IM written (CIMA. coast 11-1)
:Reed, a guest of the circle Mrs. MAN .. unuurrM woo.., for tin pur- the ka* fund with nw written nawut that iwmort tk.t she ... oMIfloM ......... B. JN0. PENNO 0 r
of tau artlflaMa tontrxr with all atria. with .11 subsequent. emitted or levied. town Puklleh.J Aeo.
romlo.ln 11.15
Walter Thompson. Mrs. G pox oorul Tu Dord : May L 1551
o. stoat omitted Meld
or sage iMludln ..
against Ik* fallowing drorrlkrd luolnc the rest IM, kM kr the StotoinrUM
Wright, Mn. Snyder and toe hoi- Wait. ruportf the' poor IIM. bold kr the State to ale be and New to tin klo-koM k4 > ,
raitl.id and old to Uw kkrlMu Slower for oW for .oh NOTICE or IlfTlIlIITIOIII ''I'11. .
telL Trot t. Slid RoM "._ nk. I I r H pmkM kr chapter IUM, AP.SOR
divisors *orordln. to the ptat. Ikon.f. web M ". kr Ckaptor long af the .1 the loll Ati of the L.*l.'.,,,,, rose .1.lt'ATION ADOPTION or
I "' ruo>ritoo Ml oMuto I* the MINOR THILn.
.. f>4k>w the
a A. GROVP MEETS P.MMI Reeds of Duo c;." ..,. ,
j FI Will Dad% Bute Town 5.InAstttie Lot It Lass 25 foot by 46 feet Ita Nw IB HERERT GIVEN that walk.
AT CHURCH MONDAT I I Teawl and .. RM Read rnM. a Bib M of c... .,,10. I PI6.hwres Add. The Tawnbe rr J. rDW...... W PrrrlM, Fustian. 'I,
The O.A. .kdl.l.hM.' MKordln-' to the pUt mum to to sold am nMrnoid. or aprlkTI. be 5w are evidwoned by .oeUthwse .... ..d.n/gsh.d. will ou May I*. A. D. IM*.
met Monday afternoon : i nu a* 4M *f loge *nd represent* toM apply to Uw Mononhki .
5.0,0. nnHid to rim awe f I I of IN*, iwl ...Pp to toM for Ik Worth W. Tn.'
rot
at 3 o'clock at the First Baptist!! It of the ....,.. ..... of p4 .(or_th.....pann.. IMI 1114.Lot ... ...., kotk torlnahr won late to !..., both fcMfcMn oowuubM _II. CM af the JUOM of the Cl, "It
M (ourt .
1 mi tko .
Church Andl'tw..1; c..",. PlorMo.V t. .14.IM. I I : 1'1- J tfU..i.SWIM J
with Mrs. Bert I* Rib M Town of HlolMk.UUM Tho Uu II and II NIL t Flnok.nl la and for Dada
of 8W of **M of portion II. Add. i o..nt., f.' a,
the leader I I to to saw an orldonn.) kr w.rilftseta The team to to New wldnnd onto aolkorhluc t'h
presiding. Papers Twwklp/ 14 Soutk. w .. an kr aor.tlfwau the
N Pass.wotaNlet .
** No. east .> IMI nnd ripriolan toEMor .-...... of .., .. ..
15 |1 No. MM of lose and papruMot a nrtoln girl ., ,..
ace" in
were given on "The Japanese r- I = ;: ( tk* years last to IMS, both laetuxrn town for Uw Mary Jest P Satp..
I I the Coy.tr of Dod. of ... laowuntto roar IM to IMS bow ,.. two two menthe
Pie" by June to SMM !....... fF WHICH ALL
Betty Jenkins; "The' otk.pu.o n. MboMroM or oW BIN of'Couwtnlnt .... u nmouatlo to ISM 4*. I PERSONWILL
tea MHirkatM tortkr wll. an TOES
. Japanese Food," by Mildred Creer; Row. will k* taken M _t..... kr''Homoauod j utoonu.nl omlttod or levied "' riM BaM sea emitted omlfloto. or together kritoi 1.t.wish. will altaukuomMl ]I DUB NOTKKWALKKR. I. FOWI.EB.

"Japanese Dress '(>* tot* to th* kMMM kkMrr at Ow Conrt to old to tlw kit-torn kldiliT Cents' Apr U. n. Ill Mar *. II.M,
by WyneUi This ebos be ....If.... In the Led.Xattw.rhts HOUM I Miumf at tk* -
, .- on th* 1th daf of May I HOM In M.lamw Uw Mk dar of M...
Shepherd a
k ; "Boys and Girl of! Does awwwaer County. :-=0 i 1515..knlnnln* dt the kour of Ten ..Jork i IM. ..,.* at tko boor ."< ton ......10
1 Japan" by Philippa Goff and or M oMn thereafter M tk* MOM A. M. or o. MOO thereafter I
; a work fr for N wwm.oel" .. may .. .'bede M Uw Mm*
"A Pot now tk. sass of"ktar" may W roachod I* du* MUM. I Turner's
rnorktaTtkl Funeral
Japanese I' day ism Home
School b Medina JwMl M Miami.
R. B. {.EATHra..II..C. Uw nth Dow M II..... ,......., able the
.
I day af AprN, IMS
Gilmer. dos of .
AprIl IMS.E.
)I Cloth of th*. CHnu* Coast I I T t B. 'UCATKIRMAM. B : 4-IIB AMBO.. NCE SEIYICV
Doris Cheshire told 4 tor> felled !/ ..ult Court WI> Clark of ChmH CMJI*. Clark LIATHCRMAIf.
druutt 1..1
By M. SWIFT
DMiKf Or*.
Lady Att Idaat
DooM
"When Claudia. Went to Japan- Morrow. Mare und Button, Clrtull Court | Count: Florida od* c1)10. :-"'. ,...

Mrs. Andrew led In Bollrltar. for PUIntlrt. I I olBy IN*. trNNJI. IC"Cowl RoalBT> Phone M4-R
prayer. < I C. Homestead, Flu
I, FENNO D. .
|Mar .. M. 11. ISIS. _
rUMw4 Apr, !2. Itnr .. *, IMS. r b 2 Age. ... t.t Ma* V IMS. ,

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THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Friday, May 6, 1938'. ;




I. I. Social Events J:I Avalon Yellow Cling I 'IJe we 1" -,




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MUSIC CLUB TO SPONSOR (herd. Peaches
ORGAN RECITAL THURSDAY I I Mrs, Annie Butler 1 4 1bN
pkr.o.
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The Monday Music dub will[I the planting of palm and arallasi I 211- Can 1 1 1N
sponsor .n organ recital by Mill I I around the chapel at Palm Cam
Bertha Foster, dean of music of etery In Naranja, the club' share 4
the University of Miami, it St. la the beautlflcstion plan, has been I7c
John's Episcopal Church Thursday completed.
evening at I o'clock. During the social hour, Mrs. JIMMURMUR-

The recital will b* given on the i Redd and her mother, Mrs. FFleltas WHOLE GRAIN
new Hammon electric organ. The the hostesses, served ice 20 lb.
public I II Invited, and silver of. cream and cookies. 8ge
faring will \be collected (o cover: Those present were: Mrs. Bessie a! RICE
expenses. Banta of Hollywood Mrs. c. p.
At the conclusion of the program Jackson, Mn. Wm. Dunlop, Mrs. ROSEMARY 5 Ib 18c
the music: club member ''Jlell.Robinson, Mrs. D. W. Shetz- I GRAPE JUICE, qts. ___ __ .w. 25c s. u. i
and their guests will be entertain. llne Mr*. Annie Butler\ Mrs. I

ed at a reception given In honor Henry Ruegg, Mr*. Ja*. M. Dot I BEECH NUT (Drip or Steel Cut) Apple,Strawberry,Pure I ICoffee
of Mlu Foster at the horn of the bin, Mr*. Lucy Clinton, Mrs.
Club's president Mm. J. H. Web- Louise ,Tones, Mn. Hannah Goss FREE PRESERVES
ter. Mr*. J. D. Redd, Mrs Lloyd nell, Mr*. Reed, Mr Bule, Mrs. flb, with lb 3Jc:
Diets and kin. Webster wlU be Shepherd, Mn. Bishop. Mrs. Wolfe, ,
hoateieei. Miss Mary Jackson and the hostesses. 4 lb. jar . 49c
TIll program will take the place .
ol the regular meeting scheduled : I
i Jb
for May t, and It will be the close 'REDLAND CLUB MEMBERSWIN 1OCE4NSW IVORY SOAP .
lea meeting of the season.K COUNTY PRIZES I '-ICM"
: At the annual Achievement Day:
t PRESTON B. BIRD, JE. IS I exercises of the Home Demonstra'I Ig.bar .. lOc 12me
HONORED ON BIRTHDAY tlon Club of Dade County, held d cans 23c
Mr Preston B.Bird gave partyin I Friday at the Central School In Ml.11 ARMOUR'S i
honor of the fourteenth anniversary 'ami,
county prizes were won by '
of her ion, Preston Jr., the following member of the Red* Miracle I Whip SAlAD Tomato Juice
at the Bird home in Downer Palms land Home Demonstration Club;I DRESSING qt, 39c
Wednesday evening, 'Mrs E:, A. Carter for marmalade

A series of five-minute proms and a crocheted spread; Mrs. H 31g. cans . 25c
was followed by a memory con. J Armstrong book cover and KELLOGG'S
teat In which Mia Genevieve Ne.. mixed variety of cut flowers; Mrs CORN FLAKES 3 pkg.. I6c
alebrote and Walter Brannan won Seymour Dane, canned fruit and
the prizes.In painted plaque; Mrs. W. D. Ma-
addition! to the personal gift han, home grown vegetable and I UPTON'S
there was a gift with) an original one variety of cut flowers; Mra'i I
vera from the claw. I J. D. Wysong, canned meat; Mrs., FREE TEA GLASS
Individual birthday cake and A. E. Barnes, buck article; and TEA .s
lb.
a frozen dessert fanned the refreshment Mr E. P. Whitworth, cotton dress.I WITH /4
I course. Punch was Thaw who attended from the
served throughout the evening. club were: Mn. A. W. DOMICQ 2 lb. Jar
The guests were members of Mrs. Geo. W. Turner, a
the class of '41 of H. II. S. and Qosnell, Mrs. Dane, Jlnua"I PEANUT BUTTER, 2 lb. jar . 25c

friends: Miss Katherine Qrfanedes, worth, Mrs. Armstrong, ,
Mil Frances Lamb, Miss Virginia ter and Miss Estelle Turner,Car.1 BALLARD'S Plain or Self-Rising: r. r

Klnner, Miss Ida Capllnger, Mill I loll 5 111. pkr. ...-............... 27r r ''' + j ,
Dorothy Sullivan, Miss Nina Bui- W, M. S. ZONE ,
BE MEETING! our 10 lb pkg. .................... SIr H" ,"
lard Mill Genevieve Nesslebrote.Misses TO HELD MAY 11 :_ .It 4
Louise and Mary Ellen "Sixty Year In China" was the 20 Ib, bar ........................ 95c I
Dearlng, Charles Connor, Ralph them of the May W. M. S. program SAVE THE COUPONS
Andrews, Elbert Dolor, Walter given In the Homestead
Brannan. Fred Fuchi, Letter Archer Methodist Church Tuesday by
Joe Byrum. Eldred Gilmer,I Mrs. Pan Williams, Mn. J E TOP BULKCARROTS 1ItII"GREEN
Richard Caves and Frank Blllel .1 Davis and Miss Helen Livingston.I
Others present war Miss ImilyJones I Mr*. Davis who I II Brown Sugar -
home room teacher of the announced: that the zone meeting
data, Mrs. Tom Harris and Mrs. originally scheduled for May S In Heinz
Ben Archer. Perrine will be held there on MayIT. 2 bunches. 15c 4 Ibs, l' .. 25c Strained

Baby Foods, 3 cans; 25c
JUNIOR CLUB APPOINTS Because of the cone meeting the
SOCIAL COMMITTEE: circle meetings will be field on SNO BALL "So rich it whips"Cauliflower
Mrs. Russell Home, Mrs. J. D. other days,It was .announced, Circle Cream of Wheat,
Perkins and MM. J. D. Barnes One will meet Wednesday May MIL-NUT.

were appointed as a social committee U; Circle Two will meet Tuesday, med. pkg, ................ Uc
for May at the business: session May 14, at the home of Mrs. J. P.

of the Junior Woman's Club Dye; and Circle Three will meet Jb, .. .. . 10c 3 tall cans 19c
of Homestead Monday eight on Monday, May It, with Mrs. Redland Oranges,
\ Those present were) Mrs, A. A N. O. Ball.

Payne, sponsor ol the club, Mrs. Mrs. J. J. Richards, Mr*. Davis WINESAf BABY doz. ............................20c
Ansel Barrow Mrs. Stanley Witt- and Mrs. Earl Pacettl, Jr. gave
kop. Mra E. A. Buchanan, Mrs. report of the recent state conference LIMA BEANS '
Augustus Wynn, Mrs. Herbert I In Tallahassee which they APPLES Zwieback, pky. ........ 16cSlb.s'

Turner, Mrs. Burley Dandy, Mrs. I attended. 3 Ibs. 19c Pet Milk 3 ...... 21c
.
. cans
L. B. Danaey, Mr*. Wilburn Reed' i Those present were; Mn. Dan . 25
Mrs. Walter House, Mrs. James Williams, Mn. A. S. Move Mn.
Bird, Mrs. Robert Glenn\ Jr., Mrs. O. L. Showalter Mrs. C D, taker SEMINOLE BRAND
Harold Oxford, Mr*. Hunter Har- Mrs. P. L. Bowen Mrs. J. A. Mc- LONG CRISP
din, Mr*. Bryce: Xnals, Mrs. T. J. Nelll Mn. J, L. Ballard Mr*. J. PICNIC HAMS, per lb. . . 19c
Walker Mrs. R. R. Kinard. Mrs. A. Rehwinkel, Mr Pacettl, Mrs.John CELERYbunch
Perkins, Mr*. Barnes,'Mrs. Horne, Williams Mrs. Davis, Mrs. SUGAR
and Mill Cllen Huff. Richards Mrs. Dye Mn. E.: S. CREEK
Capllnger, Mrs. A. M. Logan and . lOc
COUNTRY ROLL BUTTER lb. 32c
GARDEN CLUB MEETS Mill Helen Livingston. _
\i' AT .J D RIDP HOME:
Firm
I Ate meeting of the South Dade Announcement: U mad that RipeBANANAS
Garden Club Monday "t the home $41.00 we collected by the We- GEORGIA
I of Mr*.J. D.Redd plans\ were made I!nil"', Club of Homestead by Its
for an all day lunoheoa meeting tag day on election day. SMOKED BACON, lb, . 22e
.t the Woman's Club pi Hornettead I 3 Ibs.
.
bulling on May II the closing Mrs Gem W. Turner Mr*. R. ... 13WESTERN
meeting of the club this season.Mrs. ,W. Mulling and Misses Either and
W. D, Bishop and Mrs. Berry Helen Livingston attended an a Selected
p. Wolfe will be the committee In K.: S. school of Instruction *t Biteeyn ROUND STEAK lb. . . 29c
charge of arrangement*. The club Temple in Miami. Itr*. SWEET YAMS -
will return Its meeting In November Betty Lewi of Fort Dallas Chapter BANQUET
served as grand Instructor and
A program M "Rirda and Wild Mrs Mulllna M treasurer. 5 'lbs. . 19c Sliced Breakfast Bacon, lb. .. ... 35c
Dowers" was giv**. Mrs, Bishop -
talked on wild\ flowers, Mrs. W, M. V, Circle Two will hold
Elberta Bule spoke on birds, and a food sate In front of the Flnt 1Toua ARTY" ;
Mr* R. J. Shepherd talked on National/ Dank of Homestead Sat W19111. YOU SIBVIWESTERN. I
bird and pruning. .,A Mother, urdajr at 110: o'olock. CHUCK ROAST lb. .. ."' .. .. 23c
pay reading and Awe original ,
poem wr vecitad by Mr Oeq. Iee"a' Nv King 7l.tpkg.15c
!j e:. Reed, and the e"'Qlnlnwnbef. Cooper 4ltoriun Monday at 3 Triple Creamed Spry, 3 lb can -. 57c

: a poem, we* read by Mrs. Shep erl.J: *. Adults, Itc cUldrea, ISe .
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