The leader-enterprise
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00087294/00175
 Material Information
Title: The leader-enterprise
Uniform Title: Leader-enterprise (Homestead, Fla.)
Portion of title: Leader enterprise
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: South Dade Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Homestead Fla
Creation Date: May 20, 1938
Publication Date: -1941
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1931.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 29, no. 2 (Jan. 10, 1941).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 29, no. 1 (Jan. 3, 1941).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002057831
oclc - 33835104
notis - AKP5867
lccn - sn 95047482
System ID: UF00087294:00175
 Related Items
Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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MAIL BY BUS "JC.I Free L. Ooley Lip-Reading to Organize Class 'AGRICULTURE ,i Dade For Grower Potato Majority Agreement I GROWERS ASK i .1,

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I I Persons deaf or tiardlofhearinf l Only 11 ballot were east by Dade

LINEFORTHISClTYISASKEIl I and would like to' Join I FORGOTTEN County potato growers In the ltata'I''I MEET TO TALK ,;
I..a class In Up reading, taught without wide referendum on
charge by one of the best instructor ulation of the Irish potato Indus I

lit the country are Invited try which ended Tuesday, accordIng -
by C. L. Ooley of the Redland FAIR EXHIBITMove to Chas. H. Steffanl, county I TOMATOPACTWould

!school to register with Wm.I I agricultural agent who said yesterday i
I Mr} Ooley announced that he that the lightness of the j

(has made arrangement to have vote was due to the fact that a
Added Service Instead of a class In lip reading conducted Launched to luclude large majority of the local growers Do AH Possible to '' :

Curtailment Seen here by the county school system Avocados, Limes in had left for the summer. Improve Marketing J
with federal aid. Penoni 17
Aa Practical II World Show Eleven growers representing Of Next CropSTABILIZATION ;' t'
years of age at older who are employed 723,000 bushels of potatoes, voted

IIOMESTi or employable, and any for the program and four growers, -
school boy or girl whose audio representing 10,000 bushel, were I.
ROUND TRIPS DAILY meter reading are (9 or lower SET-UP IS INSPECTEDGrove against it, Mr. Steffanl said. The I EXPLAINS STEFFAN1 '-1
are eligible for admission tothe state-wide result and the vote of

Civic Clubs in UnanimousVote class Mr., he said. be or writtento and Farm Products' the other 12 southern state Involved High Prices Not Insured l
Ooley can seen
In the referendum had not
on Resolution to In care of Redland Farm Life Ignored Except for yet been ascertained, he said. but Deep Fluctuations :

P. 0. Department School, R. F. D., Homestead Fla. Yard Trees Ironed Out
r Mr. Steffanl believed however :
that the program of governmental
Additional mill arvlre through Thirteen orange trees In a miniature regulation discussed freely at a At the Instance of tomato growers I ;
utilization of the busses that make SECOND TRAFFIC model of a Miami home series of public hearing In Florida actuated by the unfavorable :
scheduled round trip between and garden were the only evidenceof and throughout the South marketing season just passed a i
Miami and Homestead five times Dade County agriculture to be meeting will be held next Wednesdy -
LIGHT TO SLOW will be adopted by a heavy ma J
dally In place of proposed curtailment found In the model of Florida' jority. at 8 p. m. in the Homestead
ii asked of the post office proposed exhibit for the New York school auditorium to discuss the I
department In a resolution unanimously CARS FROM I KEYS world's fair of 1939 which ha advisability of setting up n tomato j

adopted at the quarterly been on display In the civic center I'FAT MEN'S' CAME marketing agreement County 4 I ;
Joint meeting In Legion hall Wed- building at Miami. Agricultural Agent C. H. Steftanl I
nesday night of the Homestead Installation of a traffic light at I This report was brought back to announced yesterday. f
Rotary Club and the Redland District the Intersection of S. Krome avenue the Redland District yesterday by TO BE FUN EVENT 'These marketing agreement

Lions Club. Participating In and S. W. Fifth street was ;John P. Neafsey who viewed the programs," said Mr Steffanl "are 1 1I 1t J
the voting also were delegations authorized by the city council In I model exhibit on Instructions from OF FIELD NIGHT under the marketing agreement '
from the Redland District Chamber regular session Monday night the Joint meeting of the Redland act of congress and are designed, I
of Commerce Amertoait L*. after the board had been warned District civic club Wednesday proposed and approved by the majority .

glon Homestead Buslnes and by Preston B. Bird former mayor, night following passage of his. of the growers of the com- I il
The feature of the field meet between I .
Professional Women' Club Red-: that South Krome had become a resolution favoring financial sup- modity concerned In the arm covered -
Rotes t
the Lions and In the
land District Improvement Association "regular race track" for motorists (Continued on Page Two) by the program.
Homestead school
Woman's Club of Homestead speeding to and from Key West -- gym :1 "The marketing agreement pro- ;a
be fat basket
night will a men'
*.,,*Junto* Woman' Club of and Oversea' Highway' fishing" re- DIAMOND BALL ball game-although, most of the gram's objective I Is the subiliia- i! \
Homestead Woman> Clubjjaf the (Continued on Page Eight)
designated participant contend I .
Homestead Red- alre&n* afUrnooi<t I
Redlnnds and > On cars
land Parent-Teacher Associations southbound completely Ignoringall "SEASON ,OPENS strenuously that, the Imputation t: ;
of rotundity to their figures is an AIRMAIL PUT OFF '
The resolution prepared by I reasonable speed limit after unvarnished misrepresentation.Event j
committee composed of W. L Flak passing the traffic light at Krome
of the Lions Club and Ben Archerof and Fleeter were clocked in one TUESDAY NIGHT scheduled for the meet j AND PICKED UP IN !
believeda slated to start at 8 p. m. Monday
the Rotary Club after investigation hour Mr. Bird said. He
given a a P.-T. A. benefit, were
of feasibility, economy and light at Fifth street would slowdown I
The first Homestead league diamond announced Wednesday night at the .
precedent of the proposal: Is as traffic In both directions and + 5 MINUTES HERE
of actual ball game of 1834 will start Joint meeting of the participating t
follows reduce the percentage
Tuesday night at the municipal ,club by Coach Ted Blelcr of the I
Whereas, it has been announcedthat' (Continued on Page )
the post office department tall-park with W. D. Home Co. I homestead school, Rotarian who Speed In the dispatch of. air
and Brooker Lumber Co. teams, ''I. arranging the meet with the l mall wa demonstrated .it the

mail proposes route to that discontinue serves Homestead the star ONLY 5 NAMES ON ancient soft ball rivals facing ,co-operation of Coach D. R. Snyder municipal airport before tome 230
each other.! Set back from of Redland school a Lion. spectators yesterday afternoon,
and all other post offices from MI-
Monday night to>> avoid conflictingwith IOn. feature of the meet not when Pilot Karl E. Voelter taxied
the Florida
ami to Islamorada on
Keys, andWhereas VOTE MACHINES] the Rote-Lion field meet 'announced heretofore I Ia a grudge his fast plane NC 8847 to a twit at
this will be followed by of basketball between the
game one tame the north end of the main runway
In the same announcement *
the office department NEXTTUESDAY Wednesday night between Home two clubs. Team for this game at 5:58 p. m. and wa on his return -
ind the other team In the at Wednesday night's
discontinue parcel Goulds were picked flight to an Eastern Air Line
propose three-club league.On meeting. Another event Is a race connection In Miami exactly five t
post and second class; mall service I '
on Trains 41 and 42 between MIami Although a heavy vote I II anticipated Friday night Brooker will wherein: I man passes a stick minutes later.
and Homestead, and In the second primary play Could through t line of legs whose owners In observance of National Air ;
Whereas, tilt curtailment of election next Tuesday, due chiefly The teams are managed a* follows must Jump or risk shin Mail Week Pilot Voelter took with
mail service thus proposed would i to Interest In the congressional : Home Ansel Barrow manager whacking. Then there is the him the first air mail pouch ever I
Brooker Lefty Sherard, lodge ball in which three members
leave Homestead and the other races the voting machines ; dispatched from Homestead.
{Continued.on Page Tour) : In South Dade precincts manager; Gould, Harry Hlner of one Club stand Inside a special pouch held 155 :letter mallid }
should absorb 1M load In record nanager. ring of member from the opposIng from all po.tofflcea from Gould

time as the ballot I Ia remarkable club and dodge or bounce to Florida City Inclusive. Each
Marooned Men Rescued for[ |Its brevity In the first 1938 league baseball soft volley ball aimed at them. envelope, with the exception of

:After Search by Plane Only five name and two con game played on the city field Sunday Other event art a balll.tballfree If brought direct to the airfield.
tested office appear on the machine afternoon, the Homestead throw contest and a tug of war. bore the special cachet Imprint of'Homestead
team lost to North Miami by a A diamond bell game, played "
+- Marooned overnight on land tape, which reads: Tomato Land, applied *
bar near Mud Key about five For congreu, fourth congressional score of 11 to 11. The score by on the school diamond will start by the local office and valued -
: mile off short from Tavernler district: Pat Cannon and innings: he meet at I p. m. A fried fish by stamp collector for their

Arthur Sage and. B., P, Walbridge! Henry Filer. North Miami.. 011 000 22 -1J Deal hot dog sandwiches, celd arity.
', of Gould were tescutd Wednesday For state supreme court: Elwvn Homestead ..:.___ 302 020 004-111 (Continued on Page Four) During the five minute Interval !'

afternoon after a coast guard Thomas and J. Tom Watson. between arrival and departure,
plane had located their disabled For state railroad commissioner: Induced Fever, Most Recent MilestoneIn Pilot Voelter wa greeted on behalf I
launch and notified searching Eugene S. Matthew. The retirement -j of the city by Henry Brookr !
party at Tavernler. of Bruce Davis from the Medicine, Effects Miracle Cures Jr. acting mayor during the
The two men left Monday mornIng run-off race leaves Matthew unopposed absence of Mayor Tom Harris, and i

to pilot a motor launch belonging for this office. Fever therapy, the most recent were Inoculated with malaria 'received tht pouch from Postmaster .
to A. W. Hutchinson packing With the exception of Homestead milestone in tre progress of medical term In order to bring about 8. E. Livingston I of Homestead.
house operator of Gould and precinct 72, all Redland science wa discussed by Dr. fever The experiment bore out H. was Introduced also to Post- t'malter
brother-in-law of Walbridge, over District polling place: remain the Kenneth Phillip of Miami a 'the theory of fever therapy and W. H. Owens of Goulds and

the Inside route from the ferry lame a* In the tint primary. In pioneer In this field at the Ro tome Insanity cases were cured I Poatmlau.Francet Graham
; slip at Matecumbt to Lake Sur- homestead the machines have been try-Uon Joint meeting In Legion tut the fatalities from malaria I Df Naranja, Cora Lott of Princeton,
(+ prise. Engine trouble developedand removed from the city hall to the nail Wednesday night. Attendingalso 'itself were too great-42 per cent. I and Blanche Chapman of Florida
the boat drifted out of thechannel Redd building, two door south ol were delegations from the Tren In 1127 Dr. Phillip said 'ity.:
on to a mud flat which the First National Bank. The other civic 'organization. of the some radio research men In one Redland District postoffh-e* contributing -
r held it fast change: wa mad In order lei district of the country's greatest laboratories I air mall letter to the '
[ In the meantime Mr. Hutchin- avoid the afternoon heat and cone The function of,fever in killing were stricken with fe,ef commemorative pouch were Homestead ,:
ton had apprised the toast guard restion around; the fire station the germ of disease by heating tilt while they worked but on leavingthe I 171)) Haranja, 47; Princeton '

but ot the mining boat end It* :ounty Commissioner. I. D. Redd. blood stream It a degree they cat' laboratory they found their I 1'7. Could. 13; and Florida
,l! crew and a plane put off at dawn aid yesterday.Two not survive was discovered In: fever left them. The company I City, 7. According to postmanter4vtng.tont
to search the coast The marooned machine will be In u4 Austria when physicians of an In.i Immediately began experimentingwith yesterday' dispatch ;I
r t!craft wa lighted about noon and,here a* before but the election lane asylum noticed that Inmate' the radio wave by which I almost quadrupled the normal I
r Its position radioed to Miami and board has been reduced trend whose Insanity was caused lit j' the research men had been Affected ,ally average of air mail from tats. :

P In turn telephoned to Tavernier.I twelve to eight members consist j lypbllla or ether germ-Induced with the rftrult that t .... ,city and chewed a keen ,interest
where Hutchinson Harry Hlner ng of the clerk and seven inspect* ,disease were less irrational wild chine was Invented that will Induce In this branch of the portal service -

;,t and George Gann were awaiting on. Balloting will be from: Sa. they had fever Dr. Phillip said. II fever by mean of radio I' M well a* In the possibilitiespf j. i

".rdgrmation.i ....... i. m. to sundown. :tneftort- -*;;to ,effect. cure. patientsrul (Continued on,.Pam Four)> j the '?a4. C-ilwwariMrw! :. fi dv 1 Q
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Page Two THE .ENTERPRL;E Friday, May 20,1938 ,

'f CITY ZONING TO Scouts Take Part in Proceedings 1[B. P. W.Part C. Group in Broadcast Takes I I I I

Of Police Court and Council MeetingReinforced I I:I

t. GETATFENTIONOF I Four officer of the Homestead

HOMESTEAI pretence of Homestead by the uniform troop 25. THE WEATHER I;men1 Bushiest Club and Bin.Professional Flora n. Wet-I:I

;president, Mr. Ben Archer and
Scout of
Boy acting II .
turf lrlal Weather MH .". *...wrwlte'Ra".twwe .'
Mrs. C. H Steffanl !
-- personal aides to each city off!- .
awa..wdL .......
. Keeping pact with modern pros da and councilman the city Doan Ident. and Mrs. J E. vct-prtI-l

I Vet la munIcipalitIes Urge aDd ell transacted a volume of routin -- I ..... .1./-\.1! I cording secretary, took ]
" small, throughout the country business with efficiency and die- May 13 .. ... 91 I / \ Ethel Ernest MurrelTt Law tot
Homestead It considering seriously patch in a session which lute May 14 I i M | U |130.041| Ladies broadcast over WKAT in
the adoption of city toning law lea than an hour Monday night May IS M 1 I'll I I I Miami Beach-" Tuesday afternoon. '

to conform with the Selected by Scoutmaster A. 0. May 11 .1 M | M 13008))

1 toning prop ao which baA bee: Cain to transact the city's buslne May IT I I 188 |I lIT (JO.12| WORLD'S FAIR I ,

under way for several months.At for one night .under the guidance Hay II .1.88f41a&lIl 1 ) .
asagthy cnnfrrea Ja &lit at the elder city fatten -wen, May I* I I"'" nO1tf".AoI. ; '- .. n ......... .

., city hall Wad aedsy..ightJdayo Pmatoa shire, Jr.maya's aide: <\IN
Tom Harris and special cooin Urvey Hue, city attorney aide: Class Day Eierdse* perLby"Us.Dade County nenmi-> .
> leomnlUtt *t the council discuss Everett Dolor, ooundl president!. by1.LIYSatttors aUutt fntb
ed toe soiling problem In detail aide, lAtter Archer finance com- Held -'forthcoming'fair' but advane-

with i O. Preston, rrialrman III I a aide; Charles Steffanl. _... ....... ngthat" ., "M**! 0''r)-. :

the -cowitr ami.g.bsrrdand M I w..rr'- er.ttabm -bbm .li.owt..d.tiitOwSiahealBeAsa/k. ."...Itirsarc! ".It,4nsportbiso*air I'I.

.aadataat.L C.Cormsck who wen man' aide; Paul Rue, buildings Slating class gave Us class 4q eoeeae dein'Nd'sesairted .,4 :

-invited here by Mayor Tom Harris commltteeman't aide: Carlton gram Wednesday evening ]county commhuioner and uaed

to explain the plan. I' Sweet, public utilities committee' :,'setting that represented by them through the office of our

Briery, the project a* explained man'* aide, Elmer Martin, polio gypsy camp In the woods. county agent to per for an attractive -
by Mr. Preston a toning exper eommltteeman' aide, Harry Martin I l two gypsy men, Randolph Caves dliplay of avocado and Persian ,

of national repute, does not contemplate -: streets and parks committee' and Ed Pacettl. and a group of limes" and for the preparation -
any major change III' man's aide. singing gypsy girls, Miss Marjorie and printing of pamphlet ,

the present layout of the city'i, The boy showed good teen Moser, Miss Effie Booth, Misses I II showing the value and uses of

business building and reilden work, took an Intelligent part ii I Eloise and Norma Cowman Mill! both the Persian lime and the

tial sections, but la a provision for, the various disucssions and toot France Lott and Miss Esther I tvocado--thU pamphlet to be distributed I )
the future expansion of Home- their duties with the utmost seriousness Pope had gone off, the class of 1938 from the Florida exhibit

Stead. Strict parliamentarylaw arrived to celebrate the twentieth The electrically operated miniatures )
The toning plan will regulate prevailed throughout the meet'ing anniversary of Its graduation. In of Florida industries I ,

the cost of buildings In varloui. President Dolor repeated ;a chest belonging to the gypsiesthe scenes and sports showed the following ,
area and prevent the establish. member found their own com ,
all motion accurately and with- Mr. Neafsey laid: Florida I
i ment of businesses or dwellings of out hesitation calling for show mencement record and proceeded phosphate mining, the Ringling 1 ,

an objectionable nature In high of hands Instead of the customer) to read them. The class history I nuseum, McKee Jungle Garden,:
class residential or main bu.lneuaecUOIIJ. written by Eugene Scherr!
verbal vote. All motions wen commercial fishing a Miami Beach i
In order to arrive at a voted upon by the councilmen ai and Miss Ellen Vann was read i scene, a Daytona Beach scene, a I I

reasonable building cost limit b well as by their proxies In order by Miss Mary Kyle; the prophesy, quail hunting scene, an aqualum |
neighborhoods already partial! I to give them legal effect !written by Miss Kyle Well read by' Ravine Gardena, Bok Singing i

settled, the average value of the Prior to the council meeting ; Miss Mary Hanson; the who who: Tower, the Miami home with I I I''

houses In each block will be used the Scout took part In the proceedings :compiled by Miss Nella Saul, was' >range trees In Its yard, Gaspa- can a '
to set future restriction for each of the municipal police,read by Miss Mary Adams; and ,

subdivision Mr. Preston said court white Mayor Tom Harris ,the will, written by Randolph ,

Stating that he was thoroughly disposed of a few cases of minor Caves, Miss Dorothy Home and
In favor of the plan. Mayor Harris delinquencies atinst: negro culprits : Miss Will Ela Bullard was. read'I

said -now Is the logical time U Mayor Han also explained by Miss Alta Webster I' AnnouncingReopening
adopt toning laws" He cited briefly the functions of city I Wednesday morning the class

several instances where THJ government and duties of the its grade mothers, Mr*. C. J. Par-: of

loan to prospective Homestead mayor and council before the session .man and Mr*. H. P. McDanlel and

home builders bad been refused was called to order. I,Mr*. Margaret Maynard went to
or heavily discounted en account for swim and picnic
Miami Beach a -
of lack of building restrictions,,: Prizes to Be AwardedAt I luncheon. .. TheRedlands Cafefor : :

which might later depreciate the RoundupA .

value of the property I Poetry NOTICE or SALEM .Y1X 1<"Tlr.I ...-; the summer Saturday, Mar 21
The committee appointed some will be held CAllsApplicant.
A poetry round-up K.. till
time ago at the suggestion of d afternoon, May it' at 3 I I HdlM b knr shm that Arthur =
Harris, who first advocated Mr'l o'clock In the Woman Club buildIng ''UM milk the kM lam fund salukis.kk m* mat tavMtMT mm wttkUK Under New Management

tion of the toning system by announces Mrs L. L. Bow. .H ........_ .wk.-d4 or JaW issue I. =
i Miss Ruth Steffani and Mrs. Florence Kercado.
stead, I* composed of librarian Prize winning -'_.. ab poor 1555..5.51 bp-1A.d-M.
municipal be ......_ sad .aI u &lie h/rhrt bid.
Thomas E. Kirby, E. C. ChronUter their by Chapter SUMd
patti will read productions due hw etJ r pet M.d
and Ben). W. Morris. Councilman and prizes will be awarded the the fdl..he 1557 Arms d..neb.d.f the 9-1 tweilot.wt.u .pre"the.. '" "

3 Q Wynn was present at Wed.neada1" There will be a priM for each Os.tr .. 0.d.. sate .. rl.rw, _It t
conference In the absence 4. Slut a. trmmm 14 AL M
of each high
three grade
of the
mommas d. The UM. to W wM inM
of Mr.Kirby, who bad t prior school competing Redland. .. .H4 kf OnlflnW N.. all MI IMI I
j .nil use far the room 1M tIMS. .
engagement. Homestead, Perrine. and Key West, .Mil'iMHt.both lMlwh enameling to Ml.IIaU II
rind for group from Portland Ui _,..... Smoother with ill
Each .......MM Mikl...l w ...... ura will k*
A.F.L. Endorses Thomas Ore, and Jacksonville oaIoI .. MM klilMrt klddn M UM Court II I
For State's Court group hal been assigned a poetry HIMM .. HUml. MI UM ink High
'. kMliiilM It Our kxw .. W. .'.toclc
pattern. A. M. w so MIMI Uomfwr DM seen
kr wrhMl ta mat.mamnf.ItaM : "
may I
: Resolution endorsing Judge II- DAIRY BUYS cows .. Must -. this DM lathday ., .
wyn Thomas, ninth circuit jurist The Alpine Grove Dairy received ml Mml, IM K.*. B. LCATflCRMAMClrtt N n.r
: and candidate for the state supreme a shipment of thirteen Guernsey CtrtuH Court.Dwto ; I

; court and commending his cattle Monday They came ( Court oft11ay Comtr, KlortU.Clnull : ,
12-year record! as a circuit court from Chester. S. C. JNO FENNO, D. C.iPuklbkMl I
Jurist were voted In Miami this Ur II. tT 1'h
week by the state committee of NOTICE or SALE or TAX CMTiri I .
the A. r of L. In joint meeting Application. INS '
...I I ArnHeiUm N. t lfNoUc
tint Him c.
llotim' kmkr time .
Miami Central
with the
crass l U k.rMW tin that Aim L. Nik.Mink
Mae KM riled with IM i w
Pensacola he .... tad. with IM .rit... ---
In received that the U* wrUflriM boft'"' With I
MnlltMt IxrM tem t.- that MM au fmllMr
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the unanimous endorsementof rl.di.e tin 1M, use to Our SUM ,II ......._. emitted M lurid lama ta.
the Standard Railroad LaborLegislative k. mnrttoMl Mr and wU to Ik* ktlkot kM. ........ UM rrr 1'''. MM kr MM SUM
Association dry for u.k M prvrUr4 Vr Chotor II1Mf .1' Is, 114..rlbM) and nM M ttM kvlMM kMfor BUILD WITH
the IMI Arms W .... '-101._ HIM dew _* u __ by.CK.pWf 1UM.UM .
Holder of an unequaled recordof the IMI.*.,.. 4MTlkMl ml MIM U the "< list A.. ml UM .. .101..u... rm
County ft t>***, Plato .. ....... u *ltiU4 .... '01....... *M rtU4 real. Mm In tk.Coutr .
having 1111 H per cent of aU his 24 W. D. Honrl **. The urea : W D decisions either uncontested or .I* MJ asks ore ...._ kr OrtlflMU H*. Lot t, Btork 4, Scrim G.r* TM.'
affirmed In the supreme court, he son ft lees last w torn IMS,MIIMMIII kolll .Inclusive.s.e. a.oued.'V fw MMMn .I lace..e.... I444S U sops.r.IMI.< irhMMMl..< _kr .Cmlll.MU un> OUR LUMBERBUILD II
la now serving hit third six-yesr I 11 II, for the _.. IM to IOU; both hiclwrt*._
; ... MHIf total U.HX.r with ill UMMItllC to UtI 2.
term In the state largest Judicial >... wild ....104 .... will .. mmmt IM MvUtlraM tether Nth ill
lu -l m
circuit and has served the supreme W W UM Mote bidder It UM .1 I ......._ sake..1 w ...... HIM will Wuld
H !I. MbKl. UM out Ur ml 3.re. to the klllMM kMdOT It UM Cm*
<*M with Lumber it'sthe
court at a substitute Justice more INS.I textual at UM hoar ml Mi acbckk. Ear I. Mli./. M UM ask day *t .!<".. our -
times than any other living Flor- M. w m Mm UMMllOT ma.lh. MM I ..... kwlnhMI UM beer W toi, .....
Mir W MxliiJ I* due MWW.D.MI A. M. M M MM UMrMftrt M UM tolM safest and the cheapest in the long
Idian. .... .. |
M Must ,.....* this UM lath nay be ass .erw '
Judge Thomas, who U a native kr ml Slap. I.M.ClmM Om.ut M MUml. rwrkto. Ikk ... InkIM timber makes
.. I IMI. run. Strong sturdy
and of Stet I
of Florida a graduate Clark CYtuk C..A.fled. C. a. LBATHERIIAM
son University received 100.000 County, ,....... CWr Clmk Ourt I I strong support for your home-your
I ([ Come soul| DMkICImM > c..tr. J'7arr/d..1
vote In the first primary against) ay JNO rtNNO D. c.1 I CMWI: am" :
M 000 for his opponent, J. Tom ,lP klMw4. Mv 1*. n IUM s. IMS). or JNO. rTNNO, D. Q', walls, your floors-your beams-and
IhW..... May t5. at. 1- 5.. ''''''
; Watson, a Tampa attorney"*" I elsewhere where quality wood is need.

f WINS tlwrs i iTema DR. & F. : I

II \ Redd. Ooaldia Orennell STEDBINSRtcMerH I DR. B. E. GATLIN ed.
and Julia France Sullivan were OcieaMtrhl j
I warded 4-H short course scholarships
i.: oa achievement day In Miami 11 TEARS' I X-Ray and .
; c'
last week j rraetlee U Heaseiteaal I W De: HORNE Coo
Room I and TMcCrory General Dentistry .
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Dr. Leonard W. Rankin'gat. ; FRANK U SKILL. Owner
Noun Office Hew: I a. m. to I + kt.
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Use I .....,* by ep. JI N. Kreae Avev HMSM MlJi
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' Musical Comedy Will Be PresentedBy Dlnllllll/fHlllftllIlIIlIIlIlIlIlIIlIIllIIlIIl/ !1l I NIGHT HOURS ATSVUmIING
t Homestead High School May 27 r li liI }

; "The Gypsy: Rover" a musical Cheshire, Betty Clark Louise and :; j jI
J comedy, will be presented by: Mrs Mary: Ellen Dearlng, Shirley: Dox- STARTMONDAY I May IS Morals : ..;
Margaret Mills of the music department seee. Virginia Hobson, Virginia 11111111111I111111I "God's PWi evening
llIlnhInhllla! !!! !
"lean' ef
of Homestead HighSchool Wood, Elizabeth Buck, Hilda DocS.t posse rUleMphy l

Friday: night, MA y 27, a, son, Athley Kemp, Dorothy: Moon, ..TVa..001 Ipso following fll" Bar af MM a.. game.aaMotoad eau Commencing next week the municipal I Ufe" ,
t o'clock. Mrs. Margaret May: Lois Pierce Ksterlne Rohrer Saw-win oweaa.lwd ..... ... IIIS, swimming pool will extend May IS Prayer swung ,
nard is assisting with the dances, Dorothy Sullivan, Mavis Watts, an sew the.d 9.01h 0.5 n,Flov4da INI willi Zenner W _a" its hours to permit night use of I subject: *l>al the -. *.''

and E. B. Blackburn is directini r Kenneth Glenn Charles Steffanl, ----- the big tank by those whose business CHRISTIAN SCIENCE:
the dialogue. Carl Fredericks, Leslie Cheshire duties prevent them from' jI
I May 0 11111."Homestead's
The proceeds will be used to Elmer Martin taking an afternoon swim, according :- I May tt a.-.eermo. .,

I buy cases for the school's orchestra Gypsy children Include: Geraldine (Liberty; bond)I I to H. Clinton King pool I topics -8o> l and Body". xCHURCit ,

instruments. Seventy-five Shepherd, Margaret Barnes quota was assessed at 13,121 by, manager who said yesterday that, '

costumes for the play are being I Paula Kemp, Donald Neeley, Virgil the federal authorities .Homestead : the pool would be open from t p. I OF CUBIST

mad by WPA sewers. Radford, Joe Reynolds. 1 and vicinity; bought over/m to I p, m. until further notice. I Series ef sermons at 1 ,. m.
Jack Gatlin plays the leading: $31,000 worth The executivecommittee Beginning June 1, the .
The fairies are Joy Peters, Margaret works Sundays by J. Key Vaat hnef
role that of Rob who when an Infant Bullard, Betty Schauberger, elected W. D. Home,I progress administration will conduct I Miami.HOMESTEAD.
was stolen from his home by Connie Campbell, Dorothy Kin- chairman and W M Bradley: secretary a two-week swimming Institute -
a gypsy nurse (Norma Gouman) ner, Barbara Home Winifred Dan- The committee was composed with competent instructors.1 CHURCH OF T1I8I j jI
who later marries Marto .(Howard zey. of the above officers and 1 on hand to coach novices and more I NAZARENE i

West)). Other important charact The robbers are: S. G. Wood, Edward Stiling, C. T. Fuchs, Joe, advanced swimmers In correct Revival services'at 7:41 p. I

ers are Lady Constance Alta Webster Sammy Harris, Joe Sincere, Burton and A. C. Grow diving and swimming; styles, Mr.'I m. Blihtly by Dr. C. B. Hardy

; Lord Craven Elwin Cooper; Charles Robinson, Surry Rice, Bil- -"E. A. Ennis and family will King said. "Is part of a summer -. until May 2$.
rar" 0
Sinfo Henry Dodson; and Sir ly Vann. leave on Tuesday for Turner. Mich, special events'I''

George Harry Degler; and Captain Ardel Parman aDd Anne Rheney: where he will put In a crop this which he is now planning and will I Rotation ST. JOHN'S Sunday CHURCH w.7:34..
Jerome Billy: Clark. Eloise summer. announce later. '
are Cupid and Butterfly.
Cowman, Marjorie Moaerjlmmy: "Mrs. C. D. Bares house has Acting upon the request of the: Holy Eucharist; ':3'. church

McConnell, J. T. Godwin and been rented for the summer as American Red Cross a Homestead school; It matins and sermon.Holy .
Billy Walton, also have parts. Cafeteria Manager Mrs. Barr will go. north to visit swimmer will attend the!| Thursday Aseenalon

In the gypsy chorus are: Eftle To Be Elected May 24 her son at Chester Pa... senior life saving course to be| Day. II. Holy Eucharist.
Booth. Rachael Cowman, Blrdll -"Mrs. W. O. Webster and family conducted in North Carolina this

Home. Bonnie Myers Esther Pope Homestead P.-T. A.'s executive\ will go north Thursday to their I' summer by the Red Cross, which '

Mary Torclse, Mary Ballaro, Clara committee composed of the offiters home In Buckingham, III." will pay transportation expenses.I' l
Belle Stuart, Ellen Vann Mary: and newly appointed commit- -"Dr. $. R. Gamble and family Tuition expenses for this student, fI
r. Arthur, Will Ela Dullard Iva 'tee chairmen, will consider sppll'cations will move Into the Ennls house. ." will be contributed jointly I

Dyal, Louise Barnes, Nina Dyal, for the position of manager -"Leona Matthews has been on by the Redland District: Chamber P
Nina Pearl Bush, Mary Elizabeth of the school cafeteria at a the sick list this wee It." of Commerce, Homestead Rotary I E I iI

Kyle Louise Harris, Marjorle meeting called for the purpose "Mrs. Mark Nabors will leaveon Club and Homestead Woman's

Redd, Nella Sauls, Edwina Close Tuesday morning at 10 o'clock In Friday for her home In Geor Club. It Is Mr. King's intention I|
Eunice Walker, Frances Lott, Harriet the cafeteria. gl'." to recommend Fred Sweet, 111.-:l

Klich, Montine Arnette, June The cafeteria manager and her -5The young son of Joe Hickson guard at the city pool for this'
assistants will be required to pass i iI at Naranja had a slight operation i''I Ion !special course of Instruction.

II. II. S. Awards LettersTo blood tests and all other health Monday." j I1. 1 I .

Players of 193738Big I tests required by the state board '-" .. D. Wyman and wife leave for ,West on Saturday to visit Mr.
of 'health for those who handle I their home in Brecksvllle O, on Uault and G. W. Moon. "

'white H's with narrow green food, the officers voted unanimously Tuesday They are having theiland -"The marriage of B. B. Schal-1 GeneralPublic
borders were presented by Coach at a special meeting held I at Modello scarified and expect lern and Miss Lily Hunter of

Ted Bleier to members of Homestead this week .to select committee I to build Florid1 City Is announced for

High School's 1837-38 baseball chairmen. Applications'must be i"Berry L. Marsh had quite an Saturday of this week. I Utilities
In by Monday 23 Increase In his fmlly Sunday nightwin t"Gordon Lee, of soldier
and basketball teams In assembly May they de one our ,
Tuesday morning A folk cided. boys. This Is a typical boys, telegraphed his father 1
on the value of athletics was madey .The annual. receipts of. the i Roosevelt family as it has the to meet the afternoon train on I Homestead Fhe.e IIS-M
the Rev. C. V. WalkerLKferstoOTfwardcd ., f Homestead P.,T. A. cafeteria stood pair of twins.. Thursday. He bid the family
arfbltowl: j amount to' mote than five- thousand -"''Mrs. C. I. Gault and Miss Myr-j I goodbye as he goes on board a

Ba.k.tba11-Charle Little (cap dollars. It Is) a non-profit .tie Moon will take a trip to Key> 'warship this week for France," WANT ADS PAY

tain). Pierre McDaniel Randolph organization.The .
Caves, Martin Bishop Wm. Mc- list of committee

MIchael. Harvey Rue, Roy Martin, will be announced next
Jack Sullivan, Vernon McKa). Chairmen//

Eugene Scherr (student manager).
Baseball Randolph Caves, Turner's Funeral Home

Eugene Scherr, Clinton Bishop,
Martin Bishop, Harvey Rue Char 24-IIB AMBULANCE SERVICE

lie Little Richard Caves, Preston Lady Attendant
Bird. James Sullivan Lester
Phone 564-R Homestead, Fla.
Archer (student manager). ,


Native .. hanky elm that tho followlar NOTICE oVoerlbo Ia.... or aa nark thereof a* WORLDS
will bo ananarr M pay tko amount duo for NARANJA DRAINAGE DISTRICT tana
for tko. year HIT. Mob art apoottM to tko wave tocotkor. with toot of auek male and BUilDING
....rtlol.., will bt ioW at public awtlon. on Monday, tho Ilk diy 011..... A. D IMS,
at the hour ., II .',....' aooa. at It a tout aloof' ot HI* l! dot CiHlkO Crur! Boora ta SIXES
the 014 fill JIII..I. ate K.I'1ulda.. ,4 ., .. .. I Of
_".11.. pan iwp. r.. 0 Name Total Tat
(H af :r'1.EJ of 81(4 ...-..14 M Id I T. L.' Murny j .III
NWU SW% ___M SO 40 II A. H Banter .... .100
ES of SW(4( ...._. ......It M 40 M Jeff Baldwin ., l... SUPR1tAlMort
SH af KW of SWM.
SWU of B 7u .... """'_''' .SI M 40 10 ,elf Baldwin[ ...._ STI S\1
WU af aWt 2 of KWU It II 40 10 Claronra A.
Lmuubarry 10 M
Nwft af NWft of SWiJ ::::::=:tf II 40 10 J.% H Raawty ._. .. OM 1"1
8E:" af NKH of NEML .__..___ 1 IT 10 10 Unknown ... _... .,?.... .' Sol
NEW of NK14 of Nil:' _._...____ t IT 10 II J. L. Murrar lot
NrU of RICH of NIH: _. _. ........... 1 IT SO 10 J. M. It.,..,. "... 11
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Miami Land II Dmtapawal Ca>
Rob, P'84, P>". 10 .11 IT .
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NWU of NCH _...?._..:..::..:...:: I IT 40 40 Bornloa O. Pmpn"14"I.L, I less
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of NWU _._ .. .... 40. "
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Dado State County and County, HUoil.Tax 5NOTICE Coll Mor, ..... 3 out of ,""SMOtor' nr boytrt. today prdMOffog > Buns

six... And, of count, two rno tp pirkirthlJIb SUM VUVMWaU
Native la hanks ai .a liked tho loIIewtq.IW Ian... or .. owl thoraof .. IN will bo summary M pay the aaMnt duo for GOULDS tliig eM
DRAINAGE mitt the
to .
DISTRICT team MW Supreme I Diwituindlag
for the ...... .
year losf. art avpoilM to tko toa hrr with east af
omit ante
......101... will bo weld .. publto aartlaa a* Hoaaap tka Ilk day af I..., A. D. and 0111111" ........
at tko' hour of It .',lark MM. at the tooth door of.... Dada Ooooty Court HMM la ptbprt prefer .h ......, of ttt IIgk"quality .
tha City of Hlnol. Oman af Florida.PttillaHoai t AUSTm"You'll IOMOwocmoor
Ota .... ... a Name Total ,... 01 Iti Great VOW btcanrM .'. tKt only loirfrkt.1 ,
ITWti of MKU of 811 H I' ., '! Unknown ,..___--.I 410 ntuwc
WU .* NHottH of KWoimCItS: Ml* 1C. H. Crowooa _.._ '
Wl? at 8WH" o/NWH ...iZ...J. M 4O W Uahaowa _, .:: .,., ,,... alt. tor with otf then AM car ftotuml
'SIS, af w\oVsflliaf NW%. .. -_..Ir M W ll 1. r. TabVUt?_..... __ II* TiPiowunc aural

W% ,, P44.4' "swu of NCUt af rrAHwatMk ,,-=== :: :: :: T.Feet.The..a. Fees..: 8: = listNWK |':M sew Moow*.law ft..*saM.
5.415 "...... a ..k.. b. AHEAD with a CHEVROLET
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LoM it it alt 14 Freak Hofra .... .II
LMO a. | Nil II AMoa C. Raark ,
HF-H af NMSj. .._.. .1t M 4* 4. Jeff Baldwin ..-. .. '.' Bird Chevrolet
Ltg SW% .r It1I4G. Co.Phone
t of a W)4 af MITK ..-_._....tt M 4S K left Baldwta __"'_'.__ titSkntd 't .
w" and Cwmlr Ta 93
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Pace Four THE LEADER. ENTERPRISE: .. .F.iday. May 2X( 1938,':

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TEELEADEfHMRPRISl Attorney Haycock for bit successful been stricken with a heart.attaclDr -rtrs\sounds like I club roll calL 'IsOM the Rev C. N. Walker, Thorn.-,

I effort in obtaining from Cir., Phillips' talk WM listened fj 01 Each group of events will count'(Ie. Panne.

......... ,riM.. me ........ Ms.ar cult Court Judge 1C. r. Atkinson I with rapt attention by the audio. SO point, with a total of 100 point.
.......... Grudge fame Rotes:
w Chas
"Oil r. 4.
a refusal to Issue a peremptonwrit of more than one hundred personFred s I. for the five kinds of compcUiion I
j .KM AacaiB .. __ __ ...., la the suit recently brougfa Hartnett chairman 0 f Although then are three basketball i H. Steffanl RhIne). Archer. Dr.

.IJOIII_ UAC...acln.. .., by J. M. McAllister to compel the, the Dad County Democratic executive '- events, the winning club of H. & Wolfe, Max lower; Lions:
A.i.HHi MHSUrck Tom C L
city to pay immediately $0.ISO pad committee, and recentl, each event will be credited with Kirby Ooley Carl Wag.
.d a. ...d @be a" SWUM: due Interest on bonds held by the, appointed director of the WP/ only six and two-thirds point Thee I nero E. L Lawrence Frank Webb.
__ .. It" w w Pose eIIN 04a..wfwd.
rtarldik 006" .0 ad or plaintiff. state tourist survey outlined prize will be kepi secret until the
S. 117*. Mr. Haycock said the case had work contemplated in the survey; winner hat been declAred.The .

HJSUM aimoN rant. ..... A TSAR been watched with Interest by and asked for suggestion Rote win weal white shirts

attorney from other municipalities Vocal selections by: Mrs, Wm and the Lions colored shirts, for

and that Judge Atklnson'i Uusselwhite, violin-clarinet num.. the benefit of their team mate

TRAFFIC-LIGHT ruling had established a precedentthat ben by Dr. H. S. Wolf and Mr,, and the spectators in dlitingulshInf -

would materially assist the Frick, with Dr. Carl Robinson ti.1 them from opposing player I II

(Continued from Page One) city: In carrying out its refunding piano accompanist, were special I Team In the diamond ball and

ind potential accldenU program without Interference from musical numbers on the program, basketball contest are announced

Purchase of the signal! was ordered 1 bondholders not at present within W. K. :Money, president of the a* follows:

by the council after Mayor the refunding agreementINDUCED Rotary Club presided jointly with Diamond ball Rote: Dr. M. I
Tom Harris explained that the Geo. Cooper president of the Lions
A. Berger, captain; Rev E. L. Nel- ,
onl.1lid more costly alternative FEVER Club. W. M. Flf ield. Rotary program
ion, Adrian Jacob, J R. Brooks, 1
would the purchase of motorcycle
be a
chairman introduced the
Lee Lehman, Ben Archer. W E
and assignment of a special I speaker and the artist on the Rheney Bevo Webb, Paul Reynolds I
Continued From Page One) '
officer to traffic duty In this
program. Roy Chandler A. F. Arthur
particular speed aone.F waves. It passed the acid testin
Chat T Fuchs Jr Wm J Geronimo
1930 when victims of syphlletlc
,.ml by a petition bearing tome' BY BUS and Clarence J Parman
relieved after fever MAIL '
400 signatures. the council author insanity were
!",d he necessary expenses for,had been artiflcally Induced In Lion Bill Bashor Frank Ber ;

completion of the four municipal their brains by the machine. (Continued From Page One) pecker Henry Brooker Jr.. Claude I 'k
Possibilities of fever therapyare Campbell, Ceo Fitzpatrick Dr. k
tenni courts adjoining the diamond Redland District
offices of the -
I unlimited. Dr. Phillips said|I post B. E. Gatlin, Dick Klnard John
i hall park. CouncilmanBen : the
entirely dependent
Syphilis even when caught In the 3. Peter, Lawrence Pope. Dr. Ceo
W. Morris said he expected Miami-Key West tar route ser
D. Ruehle Arthur D. Smith Carl
primary stage used to require
tl" needed grading and rolling
that outgoing
I vice with the probability '
I months treatment before the Wagner, Frank Webb. J. G. Wynn
would be available from
y m"r"'ry mall from the rural route
patient became safe but with the J. Q. Caldwell and D. R. Suyder :
the .aunty. through the courtesy would lie In the Homestead office '
fever apparatus the dread diseasecan "Varsity" gam*
of C 'nusionet. D. Redd with-
< 01 a* much a* 24 hours before being
In six Rote; Nelson, Jacob, Webb.
be "knocked out cold"
in the ?ext two week by the carrier ELWYNN THOMAS
,treatment one week apart In the picked up I Reynolds, Brook and Ber.
Th k ouncll aloe sanctioned: the secondary stage. formerly requirIng Therefore be it resolved by the ler; Lions: Snyder Campbell, Candidate: for

rernrn .11 i of two shuffle board : year to ..relieve the cure 1* undersigned organization that the Wagner Fitzpatrick and Caldwell. JUSTICE OF THE

court built with government effected In ten treatment In the post office department be askedto Fat men* game Role:: Arthur -
fund bout three years ago but j do nothing that would curtailour SUPREME COURT
tertiary stage, when the disease Archer Fuchi, Roy Chandler -
till unused In order to make room mail service but rather to consider Howard
has crept Into the brain and pro- Johnson, Geronlmo, GROUP I
for four Instead of two tennis :: other conditionsthat contracting with the bu line George M. Frlck, James Wollam
duced Insanity or ; Twelve Yean a Circuit Judge
court a orignallyplanned! City that serves the MiamiHomesteadarea Lions Abe
were never cured before but : Easton John Neabey, (Pew ralltlril AJmtlmtM,
Attorney Ira C. Haycock advisedthe subjected to a lifetime of treat- for mall service between the John L. Scarborough Walter Tal-

bo ,rd that the city had the!'I ment unless cut short by a merciful two point, a* this would give this! '

right 10 remove the dabs from Its I death syphilis can be cured by section possible arrival and departure -

own pi,iwrty regardless of federal fever therapy In 20 week 20 of mail five time daily, t
cxprn I lure which put them In'I with busses leaving Miami for
treatment, according! to Dr. Phillips -
pl" I"I I Homestead at 7 and t a. m. and at

Coon, ilman Thomas E. Kirby Gonorrhea can be "scorched 1, 5 and 830: p. m. and leaving

and f C. Chronicler opposed the I out" In six fever treatments the Homestead for Miami at 7 30 and 3 A

motion on the grounds that the said St Vita dance In 10:40: a. m. and at 2:25: 0:2S and
speaker ;
shuffle board had cost considerable .
123 m.Paued
10 to 12 treatment Rheumatismand p. '
money to build and might be In Joint session this 18th
arthritis can be baked out in
used liter to good advantage particirhrh -
'comparatively few treatments.A day of May. 11138. I' 4
far the benefit of visitors -
The names of the participating
merle of before and after"examples
at ine 1 nearby municipal teller dub and the signatures of their
of St Vitals dance rheumatism
>''imi,>. but they were outvoted en president will be affixed to the
and arthritis and skin dls-
a roll call ballot
'ewes was shown by the speaker
Advised by City Attorney Ira I'I'C' IN LUXURIOUS NEW ZZPHYB IVIES
with the aid of a friend. A Vernon
Haycock that the city would be 1 LOWEST IAEI- CHOICE Of KOtTTClwi
Weaver of MIami. Mrs. Phillip FAT MEJTS GAMEContinued
liable for damage In the
event .
M..w .wrM N T.ar t. .tto r .s.s rw.bm -
personal Injury the council or-i:and Mrs Weaver accompanied rt ta. 54.t.. uw l.. a.r darn eves.
Iheir husband to the meeting ( From Page One) a r U o.l.rt ST kf u I .s t she ewe .t iffy a
dencl that the backstop just Installed -| lv 4 MI I
ut the municipal ball park,' The services of Dr. Phillips a* drinks and other food will be on Jacksonville '$11:11: Miami "'go

be reinforced with heavier wire I. I speaker of the evening were obalned tale by the P.-T. A.. and the Idea Key West 8.86 New York til

wh n told tNt base-balls had i through the friendship of it I to buy your cupper at the meet Bt'S STATION: Redland Hotel, Hewn SL.
bmk.. Geo. M. Frick. secretary of the and help the P -T. A. treasury by
n through the light mesh at : and Flatter Are, Homestead. Florida
Lo Sunday's game Rotary Club after a telegram advised that much more.

Repairs to the city halt Including .,I' the host club that the scheduled The challenging Rote an con-

enlargement of the clerks offk speaker, Dr. A. B. McCreary, fident they have what II take ui

and repainting of the building :director of county health work for roll the Lions on the sod although I

wen authorized. The work will the state board of health had I !"'rklnlthat a Lion list of pU>yII -

be don' under the Direction of : -

CJUidinin: Ckronlstor. buildings' f

committeeman i r

The) uncil, complimented City,I II .

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pA'JI" J-- Redland Brand

.CLs Repair or Replace Old Roofs

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FertilizersFor &IOU! Rod ZtlealJi&t. Seta &fR

> your roof needs repairing or replacing better

have it done before bad weather sets in. One 1

No ow. apsMM...plots Citrus, Avocados and Limes; leak can cause a lot of damage-frequently far

................. ,. I more than the coat of repairs.

tt teaullmaet. A dose due Should a new roof be needed let us give 1
f lt..done bf*. saieilMi*
parser |..J..|tie ike a* Roll Roofings We carry a wide variety, so
s MM*1 1.R Dai*Cv*/UA you can choose the type best adapted to '"

*>*MTV lot MiM free ester*....weds.*..CdMIn a4lirooKer I Made by a Home Concern your needs. Backed by 60 yean of tapers.p 1 J

..Plea.........tagiaNLtY. ence Carey Roofs cost no more. an4
frequently Its, than untested materiala. ""

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East Coast Fertilizer Co.
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, 'v .< ;ay. Friday. May 20.1938 THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Pan Flee

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pa the first part of the week. She qrth for the past aix weeks left spent several days last week visiting -

I left ben Saturday, spent Saturday; rot the North FrIda,.. Writ rorsyth at the home of Mrs Raymond's;

fin I night with the Key and Mrs. A. who was going to Orlando accom- parents, $r. and Mrs. H. )t.

and JirotmdHomestead A.Tower KoeitUne Sunday. and visited Bolt panied him al far as Jacksonville. Brown.

Mayor Edward Stlllng has recovered Sill Blinard left Monday for

i\l t tI Lamb Proton left B.yesterday Bird and morning Howard ona from his recent iliness, Adel, Ca. ;

'f I Isr' two-day fishing trip in key
waters. Mrs. Blanch Chapman and Mrs. J. W. Miller expected toreturn E

I son, Freddie will move on Thursday Saturday from Orlando
tram the Turner house en where she was called last week, to '
on a ten-day fishing Her daughter Fern who la Mrs. Russell McGinnet and
jKlUavIng completing West the bedside of her sister who suffered
Palm avenue to their Tenth
'fiferulse in Cape Sable waters Sate her second ;year at UM daughter Jennie, left Tuesday for 'street horn which serious Injury In an autogtobile -
was recently }
were Frank Rue Bud Nel- Florida State College for Women a two-week visit with her parent ;
rda y i accident. t
vacated by; Mr and Mrs. C.S. ;
'.;'toa, and Carl Drawdy of Homestead in Tallahassee will join them In In North Carolina. I Phillips. -

':.: A. D. Fogle, Walter Moody, Putnam Hall at the close of the Wm. AngtUnt left last week for
,: Albert Simmons L. H. Greer and college 4-H short course at which E. J, Dyal spent last week attending I Buford S. C.

'> IfAi:,D. Nelll of Naranja, and J. r. she will be an assistant The tarn to business interests In Ceo. Davit 0. Cloninger, andJ. ,
1 South Carolloa. B. Clonlncer left on Wednesday N.llI'- ;; returned
Jlllllttt of Redland. They lei ply will return to Homestead about Miss Goodlng
the Card Sound bridge In the first of September. Miss Robertson ; toe a two-week stay In Mel from Pahoke Saturday.

three boats owned respectively; byV ; has recently; been elected Mr. and Mrs. Idw. Relmer Misi Ca.
Betty Cooper and Rex Green all Mr. and MnRy Neill and family .
\Rue, Mr. Fogle and Mr. Mood)'. Baptist student magazine representative i
of the college Baptist of Miami will be week-end guests Mrs. E. A. Durranc and son ten Wednesday for South

Student Union.C. of Mrs, Sybclla; Chandler Raymond, of West P.lm Beach Bend. N. C.
\ ( Charles Camp left for

Mfi lei Sunday to Join Mr. Camp]
Mr*. R. L. Walker who formerly
H. Gatewood, station agentof .
west for his health.
\i who had gone the F. E. C. railway at Homestead ; lived in Homestead U visiting
visit In Chicago and
They plan to
Mn. Ceo. M. Sonnichsen.m ,
left yesterday morning for
.:Montreal on the way back and tin ; Oldest Chevrolet
Washington D. C., for i a Charleston S. C., where he will ...-

bit with their son, Paul. spend three or four weeks. Duringhis FLORIDA CITY

'- : absence his position will be Mr*. '#IT. W. okTrrr, CwrnpoMlMit
filled by; H. M. Brown of Florida I ,

;';Miami:*Mr. and Beach Mrs.have Chas.moved Myers to the of City. I' Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Phillips and Dealer on East Coast )

their place Ba children and Howard Thompson
I ; ,new bungalow on Mrs. D. C. Bady of Miami U .
&nita Groves, on llalnlln drive. left Wednesday for a short stay Ir
several her with
spending yeeks I _
Cochran, Qa., before proceeding I
her daughter Mrs. Maud Simmons
toI' W. Is back ,at his to Clinton, Mist. rvBUSINESS :t SINCE
B. Flowers Simmons' old
Mrs. three-year
,........., ,
r borne much improved In health grandson, Phillip, son of Mr. and I 3. Cadbury who has visited at PLAN MARCH 1 .
'f after a stay of nearly three weeks Mrs. Emmett Simmons of South
the home of Mr. and Mrs. L. For- ....... ,
Kendall ------ --- --- --
)ii fat the hospital i Miami also is visiting at her i

lA Morris born LEGAL NOTICES .. ., !
; ion, Shirley was --- ----

.7; I 4May 18 to Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Mrs. I. P. McLean attended the lr th* year ISIS t* It... both .InclaalTa. Trade
Your Car in One of These
f bitter of Homestead at the Post estate florists' convention in Tarn- amounting to '11'.". on
Lot f. Block" 1t. Lawrence Met&TM
,; f'/Graduate hoipltaL His weight ass tu b. Hold aro evidenced hy 0....*.
I "was nearly nine pounds llrat No. IMIU of lose and npnMnUtarn Guaranteed Used Cars
[ LEGAL NOTICES for the yuan mi ta lei'. both ...
j F" .twin. amounting to .1...... i
Mrs. A. S. Moye who was In the Lot S. Blxk 11. UWIWIM Eitaha. Tin
IN TUB CIRCUIT lanes to bo Mid ar* vkfenrod by Cwtlflaw 1936 CHEVROLET COACH
v' Poet Graduate hospital for treat. I DAI>H COUNTY. FLOIIIDA. IN IHANCKKY. No. lltm of MO and npMonnMM
Blest this week returned to her NO. ....... for the rears' 1529 to lill both Inlu.lv.
1't>- VICTORIA N COUN8PLUAN. a* u.. .. era t to SMT4. 'I-
< \t'' borne yeiterday married woman. Plaintiff v.. W. GORDON Lot f, Block 71, Lawrence EoI._ "'.1 y ytax. 1933 FORT) DELUXE FORDOR TRUNK
I.i DEAN ... .1. Dr'ondanta. .. lo bo Mild aro ."....... b. Cortlft.aw ,
4 ,' i. Mr. and Mrs Adrian Jacobs and ORDER OF PUBLICATIONIt tax, for the yon ISM tci: :
their son, BjJJylett Wednesday appearing by Sworn Bill of Complaint liwl,.a, amotmtlu to '.*.11. 1931 FORD DELUXE SEDAN ji
> filed In the ale mew cased oauoo, that: REALTY Lot 10, Block. 11. Lawrence Eitatet Tho
'It I for a bulnet9fndplehsure.trl! ( I BKCURITIES COHI'OHATION. a I..... to bo old ... ..I..a..... br Cortlfl..1. .
to Palatka. They will return Florida corporation ha. been dissolved br 1 -.. No. loans of 1995 end MmmlBum
| Proclamation of th* Oovoraor of th* State for the man 1M to 1118. both In- 1934 FORD DELUXE TUDOR
Saturday. I of Florida. on November SI. U... and that ....I... amountmt. to 131....
plaintiff bell... that' that' may be por- Lot; II. Black. Tl, Lawr.noo Eitatot The
aunt or partho whether .natural corporate tars hi be MM are ._0Id br OrtlfU
Mr. and Mrs. Orlando Wollam I or municipal Interacted: In the hereinafter gets No. ISM of mo and nnnooala 193:1 FORD DELUXE COUPE j
\. have moved Into their own house REALTYBECIIRITIES I through or nnibr taxes for MM years IMI to 1MB .both in.iluolvo .
amounting to 117
r. ?"6n N. W. Fourth street It was Florida oorporatioa now dissolved..nj gild to< _Ifl...... tenth with (IIKborauoM
:: : formerly occupied by Mr. and Mrs.'I. ruth ponona or parties ar aaknowiiafter omitted or fc-vM loss will 1933 CHEVROLET MASTER SEDANSPECIAL
; I dlllnnt aMrrk and Inquiry, Mid :.* old to the highest bidder' It the Court
4 Curtis Monroe and Mrs. Monroe'i:real property being described aa 'oil..., MMUO In III.ml.he tint day of way
mother, Mrs. R. L. Atkinson, whoA 'I....It ii USD, btflrmlno .! the Hour of OK .'..lark
tVr ,
I auofawesW04d0.01.ft" A. M, or u awn thereafter M the someway
,' moved Tuesday to the Chandler ha reached In duo MUM.Datod .
; k'; house on N. W. Fifth street I hi. the County of Dada and Slat ofFlorida .t Mliml.. Florida. this tile 41kby
i ; vf liar INK
II la therefore Ordered that amid REALTY B. LtATHERMAN. 1936 CHEVROLET SHORT WHEELBASE
Miss Christine Hughes will spend I I SECURITIES CORPORATION n, Clerk Circuit Cool'".
Florida oorporatloa now dissolved and Dad Count/
the week-end In Eau Gallle with all partita claiming Intonate In, and to Circuit Coaq seal) TRUCK with Cab and Flat Dody. This truck

J1'" her mother, Mrs. E. W. Chandler. the anov* dw-rlhcd SECURITIES property CORPORATION ender or fromRFALTY 1 1'I Published May '. Br II. JNO 10. IMS.Appllntl. Flor\da.l has been 'thoroughly reconditioned. The

a Florida rorporatlon, now dlMolnd. or

Mr*. C. O. Robertson will close I I!'I Otherwise appear. bo ta: and th* they Hill nr of*Complaint koroby loaubvilW ....I NOTICE or tAU.*OF No.TAX till price is right. Stop in and see it.

the Homestead school cafeteria on In th* amid MUM, on eo before CATR
with her Charles, '" day of Jua. I..... .......woaday.I! Moth to hereby KIM that 1) Several other trucks to choose from.
: and son,
May IT I
11M". of said Bill will ho takes a* rrln' bas flirt with KM .rlt.. \
will leave soon after that for Putnam ... hy said dVfonrlant Jut UK tea *>rtlflc..tM %......
'k Fla. where Mr. Robert further ORDtRCD. \11.1hI.. Ordorb ........_1 owlttM or Irvbd. U.
Hall ,
published soft n work fur four It) taw i the ys r rose, bald by Uu state WMlnrtM
,: son has been farming since March. Mulatto* work In the .......... .... and Kid to the lilvhrat bidder I
I 5 """ *. a nowipaprr published. In Hunartaad, for Mh M pratliM/ kr Chapter HIM, of BirdChevrolet
IMdo County, Florida. IM Ittl Acts of the LnriiUturr. upon the I
LEGAL NOTICES I Dated thai the lath day of II.". IMS.E i rel_.. _..IbedI ..tar I. the, WOM2Y MEisBS"on.
:. B. LEATHLHMAN Bounty of ., <>f Florid, tn-wit iCori I II IL
I S1
.lf datw
) NOTICE OF ALE OF TAI CERTIFI {Clerk of the Ctmrt Court. of NW\4 8W., a R
I (Circuit Court ('*!1> NWM of SKU: SH of NF', of BKH., Sao
CATESerby ., 1141 Hy F J. GOULD Deputy Clerk I 1I'1t of SEH SMtlon 1'. TowuhlB 14.
that 0. B. MaN MORROW NAVES AND BUTTON.Bollellan lUnn 4 II >rm more or
that the tan Mrrirkatoi wxothor with: (May 24. STl June I. 14. IT. loss MitlftMto No. ISHI of I Oil and role
all lubwniMnt omitted nr revive tarn !la- resents (' <. for the years 1.2 u 1DIS.
|, aludlnt tha roar 1M*. hold by the state" NOTICE OF SALE OF TAX CERTIFY I.both lMlu.lv*. .",_aU.. to 141'1.71. '
I', bo ......_ end amid to the .klahoit bidder CATB-1 Mid tax certificates tmriJMr with .UinkM Co.
\ for seek. as pnrrkM .hy Chapter ItSMK .I Application No. IttSadvortkMd ......t omitted or ,levied. tsar. will bo
I at the 1MT Asia of the Uiblatur. mm i! Native le : clew that The Ollroy meld to the itbidder lit ale Court I
she following -.... Hal I estate la tile Company .:;: r with wrap a rga.esthat How In Miami. on the Ilk day ol Jtinr.
County; of 0._. State of riurMa to-wH the tax oomfiam/s. together' with all ''I lit", bofhifilnt; .1 the 'hour of ton .-,lock
Let *, Block 41, .....k.1I Hammark Unit I subsequent Newhard or I.rlyd taxed lamhd.I. A. M, or u own tborraftor M tko MUM i!: 103 N. Krome Ave Phone 98
r No 1. Too loss to bo wM aw evidenced few the year low. hold by' the State say M mankind In duo rouno. i
by o..w..... ,... SUM of lilT and m r* and told to the highest bidder Voted .t lull. Florid., this tk< |Mk I
n nb .tam for tko Penn 1M4 t* IMS, botlta.lo.Ko 1 for cash M proridod hy Chapter IStM, of i iI day of II.,. 198..
automating ta HIS.IS. the I 1957 Area at the LftlaMturr upon the ,
Bald ui aonlfloatea together with all I following described real estate In tko eo...., Mon, :Ones,
nbarauont emitted or levied tales will lie ty of Dad. state of Florida.. remora Dodo c.. .... rkvU.
1014"1 at the Ornn. Lot a. slash 71, Lawronoo (....... TKo Circuit Court; asp
Hour In Miami, M "'. Sets day of Juno. loses to no wM *ro irldoarod by CortlfK *r *NO. FENXa D ft BIGGEST RAZOR BLADE
I".. 1Ici..'" at th* boat of lo* .'....k sets Nc lost of IIM and repss .ate taM j......1....... May on. 17: Juno S. ISIS).
A. Mor .. aoon Ihoroa'ter no th* MOM I !
ewer bo punched. In tin* M.Dted .
i at Miami. Florida. this the little I VALUE EVER OFFERED
d.y .. ...., 194LL"
Let Us
CtooH CknuK. Coart

(IC....... c-t ....JCnMt.: Flurlio, i RejuvenateYour 4 PROBAK
e awn. rs9cNo aQ
.Pablrh.d. Nay So, ST. Si', s, INI): SOMUCH I II Car BLADES

G. BALL f/// e You'll get better Wm The your Roney If

NEWT Fender Repairs Ct J,/'b yonasktorProbakjr.Wbytakedlanceswhes
e yon can hare the Amman quality of these
W foOTAET rCMJO Tops and Trimming worU-Cataoui btedet at thh unasingly low

., I Scat Cover price Only 1W The 4 doubte edge bladesit .

, t Q ; buy a package from four dealer today.PBOBAK .
Fire Insurance and Painting
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It I" Social Events in South Dade 'l-


M. Simpson and Mrs. J. Lawrence w

{ Scott, room mothers of Mrs. JackPolk's I Twenty-two were present at Mrs. Ceo. E. Reed original
gave an
tonight will resemble a bit of the t N. Walker; Principal and Mr*.
eighth grade girls, gave a the covered dish luncheon meeting blank verse reading about
far north When the classes 01 f t 1. A. RehwtnkeU Mr. and Mr.
beach party at Miami Beach anda 1 of South
the Dade Garden Club the club.
d I Bleier Mr R. L. Scott Mr. Margaret
1B30 and 1938 from Homesteac picnic upper at the Mttheson'Iin
High School assemble there foi e Becker, Mr*. Margaret M.y.I hammock Saturday afternoon. the Homestead Woman' Club The next meeting of the club
the Junior-senior banquet an I nard, Mr*. Frank Webb, Mr*. Rut- I building- Monday. Mr*. W. D. will be Nov. T at the home of Mr*.
consisted of
The wieners
0 dunce Pin tree laden with, land. Mr. Howard Johnson, Mr*. supper I Bishop Mr Harry D. Wolfe and Annie Butler, It wa announced. II
salad baked beans ,
potato pickles Mrs W. D. Shetzllne the
MIOW" and glistening under I Margaret Mills, Mr. E. H. Gallse olives relishes, punch, toasted hostesses. were Three new member were added (
light will be grouped near *ever.il -, her, Miss Emily Jones, Miss Mabel Marshmallows and graham crack.I :I to the club's roll, Mr*. W. K. Haas, I
igloo, and there I I. to be i I William, Mill Leola Little, Geo. er sandwiches. Mr*. Bishop conducted a tree Mrs A. W. Jones and Mrs. C. H.
bill mow man who late In the! N. Wakefield. Wm. Hester Jr., C. Those attending Included bej,I guessing contest and showed specimens j Steffanl. The other present were: ,

evening will disgorge quantities I Hagler Rice. E. B. Blackburn and sides the room mother, the teacher of native plant, breiverla, I Mr*. Ceo. Reed, Mr*. N. G. Ball, I
-inowbalU". Icycles will hang: F. L. Mcllwaln. and Mr. Scott: Mary Lela Ball I I partridge peas and tetryzla bicolor Mr*. Ja*. McCready Miss Jennie ,
from the r ftcr>. In the senior class ire: Miss Annie Ruth Lee Muriel Lott;and several other shrubs and tree,, Lobdell Mrs C. P. Jackson Mrs. I
j The table will be decorated I Mary Adams MU Peggy Allen Nathallne Griffin, Betty Craw- ['cryptostegia rose apple, tamarind, Shetzllne, Mrs Bishop, Mrs. I. T. 'I;
with igloo, Eskimo doll and mow Miss Margaret Berger, Miss Ef- shaw, Margaret Griffin Helen I royal polnclanl and spathodea. She Nixon| Mr*. R. J. Shepherd Mr. I I
,1 covered pine branchei. Greennut I fie Booth, Miss Will Ela Bullard, Cook Theresa Daniel Mildred also gave small Ceylon gooseberry Lucy Clinton Mrs. Jaa. M. Dobbin 7
cup sailboats will serve at I Mill Nina Jearl Bush, Miss Iva Reams, Gertrude Odom. Barbara trees to those! present I Mrs. Haas, Mrs. Ben Archer '
place card, and the favor are to I Dyal, Misses Eloise and Norma 11111, Alice Wysong Virginia Eaton,I Mrs Harry Wolfe spoke on the I Mrs. Chas. H. Steffanl, Mrs. JoelJ. k
be metal ships on mirror seas and I Coisman, Mia Cecelia Harper, Nina Lou Pope, Sophia Bogardt,I seven orders of bird and on various Robinson Mrs. Wm. Dunlop,
hip Mhtrayi. Such Item ai Miss Dorothy Home, Miss Jane Mary Jane Turner, Mary; Loiaj uses of bird products. Each Mrs. Hannah Grunwell, Mrs.
polar nectar roast penguin, tun- Keeley, Mia Harriet Klich, Miss Durett, Louis Ross, Jeannette' of the other member of the club Wolfe Mrs. Jones, Dr. Irene
dra grass, whale blubber and arctic Mary Kyle Miss France Lott Cox, Dora Scott, Carol Lee, Jewel. contributed some Interesting bit I Shanklln Mr*. Lena Brlckley,
ambrosia will be on the menu Miss Nellie Mae Martin Miss Mar- Hodge Bobby Simpson Lily Mae of Information or a poem. I I Mr*. Fred Henn.

card Jorie Moser, Miss Bonnie Myers, Campbell Rita Dent, Norma Andrews -! "

The wltreuei, snowflake fairiesIn Miss Phylll Parman, Mill Esther Marjorie Fogle Eva Ros- HOMESTEAD P.-T. A. OFFICERS ARE
white tarlatan and tinsel with Pope Miss Evelyn Pope, Mill borough Marl Bashor, Richard I
alelghbell anklet, will be France Marjorie Redd Mill Nella Saul, Scott, Billy Scott, Janice Lee Ru- INSTALLED BY COUNCIL, PRESIDENTMr : I
Lamb, Nina Bullard, Ruth Peter- Miss Mary Hanson, Miss Mosley dolph Cowman, George Wright
IOn Mary Grace English, HeleParker nWebster Sever Miss Ellen Vann, Mil Alta and Jackie Polk. Walter Beckham, president for the year and a syphilis film
Virginia Klnner Willard Barnes, Randolph I of the Dade County Council of loaned by the state board of healthwas
Warr, Katherine Orfanede and Cave, Raymond Hayes, Pierre MRS. CAMP ATTENDS Parent and Teachers on Friday shown. ,
Genevieve Nestlerote. McDaniel, Willard Norman, Ed Pa- WEDDING OF NCICEMr evening installed as the Homestead The high school attendance ban
I The junior were assisted by eettt, Raymond Roberts Eugene *. Charles Camp attendedthe association's officers for next ner and dollar went to Miss Emily:
: their sponsors, Mr*. Theo. J. Scherr and Wade Smith.In wedding of her niece, Miss year: Mr*. Ben Archer president; Jon room and the elementary I
Bleier and Mr*. J. R. Rutland. the junior clan are: Mlu Ann Zalesky, and Howard Bred, Mrs A. W. Hutchinson, first vice- school banner and dollar to Mr*. I
} Charles Little, junior president Mary Ballaro, Mill Edna Booth, lau at the home of the bride' president; Mr*. Adrian Jacobs, Hazel Fifield'i room. A later I I
( will make the address of welcome Miss Sybil Cheshire, Miss Bar. sister and brother-in-law Mr. and I I second vice-president; Mr. G. 'I.Gault I checking revealed, elementary f
and Pierre McDaniel will respond bar Done, Miss Virginia Dorsey, Mrs. S. L. Minowt, In Coconut' secretary; and Mr*. C. Hag school honor were really won by '
f for the aenlon. Superintendent Miss Ruth Fredrick, MU Marcia Grove Saturday night ler Rice treasurer.A Mr*. Edwards' room which had I
r Jal. T. Wilson and L T. Pearson Gauzeni, Miss Bonnie Groov.er health week program was a perfect parent attendance, and I
t are among those scheduled topeak. Miss Louise Harris, Miss The CalendarMNM.wNNNNNNNw.wNNNNNNNMMMM given. A health operettawas the executive committee voted to I
( Elizabeth Mcllwaln, Mill Louise presented by Mrs. Virginia award a dollar to this room also. I
Senior grade mother, Mr*. H. PacettI Miss Annabell Redd, Mia Edwards' first and second Punch made by Mrs. Geo. N.
P. McDaniel ,and Mr*. C. J. Par- Betty Richards, Miss Eleanor Sullivan May 20 H. H. S. Juniorsenior grade pupil assisted, by the kindergarten Wakefleld was serve J In the patio
man, and junior grade mother, Mill Clarabelle Stuart, Mist banquet. I clan. by Mrs. Gatlin and Mr*. Fred I
Mr J. R. Doriey, Mr*. J. J. Richards Madge Thompson, Miss Lucille May 22 Townsend Club meet- Dr. B. E. Gatlin gave a brief Suber. Punch was terved also to
Mr*. T. J. Faust, Mr*. J. E. West, kartin Bishop, Bank By- Ing at 2:30 p m.May I,,talk on dental hygiene Mrs. Jane the little folk In a primary room
Cauzeiu, Mr*. C. W. Little and rum Billy Clark,'Emory Dearlng, 23 R ry-LIO" field dayI 1 I G. Nesbltt health chairman told after Mr S. L West had con
Mr. W. M. Bradley will be pre.- Harry Dcglcr, Rex Faust, Jack In Homestead school lymnaslum.1May of the association's health work I II cluded her story hour. !
jatlln, James Hardy Howard 24 Special meeting of:i I I
entOther Invited Include: Mr. and Lamb, Charlie Little Roy Martin,, new executive committee of Homestead I I --- --- ------,
Mm. Wilson and Mr. and Mr*. Wm. McMichael, Harvey Newton, I P.-T. A. in clinic room at
Pearson of Miami; trustees Frank Noah Peterson, Billy Radford, Harvey 10 a. m.May I jismm '
Skill, A. J. Campbell and Wm. J. Rue Thomas Varnadoe and 24 Meeting of W. M. S.
Ceronlmo: the Rev. and Mr C. John Walton. Circle Two with Mr. E. J. Dyal.
May 24 Free class in child
psychology In clinic room of Neva ; THE DIXIE DRUG
King Cooper School at 7:30 p. m.
May 25 R. H. S. class day Homestead Florida
Mr*. Vina Betterly of Hialeah Mrs. Sybella Chandler gave I exercise I ,

newly elected president of the dessert bridge party Friday a* I May 28 R. H. S. juniorseniorbanquet. !
Florida Federation of Business surprise for Mr*. Given Victor I
and Provisional Women' Club, who left Sunday for a visit with May 28 Installation meeting'
win Install officers' of the local B. : Mo.
in HunUvllle
her mother ,
of B. P. W. C. with pot luck din
P W. C. club In the W man'* Club I Mr*. Victor received surprise gifts ner in Woman's Club building at. !
o( Homestead building on Thursday from all those present 7 o'clock.

May 28. Dr. Adell Hampton, Prize by Mr N. D.
were won May 28 Meeting of Redland I -not SORRY!
president of the Miami club and
Swan and Mr Landon Carney. Ladies' Aid with Mrs. M. A. Baker. MaDIYM
the district director alto will be sZO
The other playing were Mr Victor URSTAID
I May 27-Musical comedy, "The
present. Mr*. A. A. Payne, Mr*. E. A. Gypsy Rover" presented by ABSORBENT COTTON
Dr. H. S. Wolfe and Geo. M. Ames, Mr*. J. R. Brook, Mr Wm Homestead school music depart-
Frick will play an Instrumental Cox of Coral Gables and Mr. ment at8p.m. 1 O E.rybchl.LiA."ar.4
duet and Mr*. Lloyd Dietz will Chandler. I tM kr 1M p.tentea Pi Urto"
May 31 H. H. S. commence
the club Jim whet rw sad WM
ting song announce a dna.ipa27c
Mr J. S. Horton entertained ment eserclses.June W (,w "-Ing
Mi C. H. Steffanl, program chalrm 0i
at bridge Friday evening honorof 1 R. H. S. commence-
Mr Victor. Those playing \ment exercises,
A pot luck dinner at 7 o'clock
will, precede he program.At I were: Mr. and Mr*. W. K. Walton. ; Try our Good Ice Crearr Reliable CASCADE
I Mr. and Mr* Horton, Mr. Mrs
Monday night's meeting the
Victor Mrs. Sybella Chandler and Made fresh daily
club member voted to send to CLOCK
John Foster "
i-hlngton, protest against the -e )
Mrs. Chandler mad the highcore. 1 Size baP's
pmiiowd curtailment of mall ser- .t'Aa
veer for Homestead ,. PETROFOL Chueful ktepee.9&

It was decided that the club will Aeesnrcis Minter/Oi/
meet In the Woman's Club buildIng W. M. S. Circle Two will meet \n 1I 1ye: fl TTaa.l.: .,.. Pack 12
at the home of Mrs. E. J. Dyal on ..
for a year If the clubhouse can
be rented on the required night Tueiday May 14. the lea.llI tuaiw taaMw." 1 Rexpirin

EUGENE Permanent
Mr*. Geo W, Turner, Jr., Mrs. tended a meeting of the Past Ma. Eat lunch with us. Our e.a.f f. h....
W M Bradley, Miss Esther Livingston Iron and Past Patron Club In Ps4 maims wamells"OW. Sandwiches will please 0" sea 416.
and A. R. Livingston at. Biscayne Temple Saturday night lattei writ'-*Wi ** .N..

". .. .. ... M UfitltfuwtuumiimmiMi...'. ... aM we give./ T BRITFNt / eesseae, cascade

; mice's Beauty 'Shop I \.s.itsg.-tntah WI Mwlee'g...w .raga....... TOOTH PASTE CARS S.A.NOME gyros Playing Cards

galena Lw w "tmf jw
11-14 MctWy Arcade Allee Hotwn.'Ow..r-O ertter : hale for lilt MM* ..tt are

: .......... ... ..... PRESCRIPTIONS her at the Sign ofru..p.N.r.a

: Thcrmlque: CroquKnolc 6.hoMWaKkldoy .and-. I Resa11 L1s.ta TL.IIaM I

Permanent WavesMwNil Bush's Barber Shop ..._ 1.11.... OAUGS ".t Quality sea Tali*. J

:. W c.rt ____ '' pass 011 III hR. wad ._. .. ".It -

i Mambo *__.. ,LIt Oil III C TdN_1 U..w..>.. .till II*." & Beauty Parlor .............. .Ik ..,.......,,. '0('.,-)/.' Iw' I
'J'lnteM.rtael" Ceametlca
Luxe thaatiM !
'j Ml** LOU Brew. Ofmtar
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Friday. May 20,1938 THE LEADER.ENTERPRISE Pace Seven .


ki COCONUT OEOTI I I RATE: First Insertion 104 UIJIM a HIM; subsequent Insertion 4:

REDLAND P.T. A. ENJOYS FINE ARTS I Matinee lie Saturday I* SP.m.and Suds I FOR RENT EXCELLENT after shaving lotion ,

,;;, PROGRAM AT INSTALLATION MEETING for men. Hand and fact lotion

She.4. p. .. A.... 15 I FOR RENT Furnished .portment for ladies. Make It yourself for

Summer rat *. Mn. C. a few cents per pint Material a I
I :?, Mrs IX ,E:. Dasher ,WM installed xy Kuegg Mn. S. J. Lynch Mn.JTho I R. Bigger 104 N. E. 2nd ave. all drug store. Complete In- 1
SUB 111.. Tue. Wed.
It'! ',. at president of Redlaad.JP.-T. A. j : *. Brewer Mrs. A. C. Easton (my 20 U) structions 23c coin and name
j May 12. IS. 24 M
Friday evening by Mr* Walter and Mrs. Geo. E. Deuel.MA. and address of two friends. Ad-

It, BeoUuun. retiring -wnideat Ateessaty. I I DEANNA DURBIN. HERBERT FOR RENT Small furnished cottage dress J. B. SomoMrs, c/o Mn. I

Hpj4iM + WtMaW."GlAereftl: ,( ALBEIT GUSSET summer rate. Ill N. W: M. McMichle IMO N. W. 86th ,

.,. CNTEKTAIN GLEANERS I MARSHALL W 4th St. M.... C. F. Compton, St, Miami.It i

.Williams, viee-prwideest. Alas Mrs. Albert Buey entertained (pm 20),
"Mad About Music"norsdar. r. RED or oma-
11lytredne Mmro"1.i of the Gleaners ,
Jhe-snernbers Class
I IN .
I FOR lOOn .
rwUMWtf .pt eeL Free delivery city. Phases535H.
Aa -.I e' :. .... a4her home Tuesday I
downtown. Summer rite till McEwen Poultrr Plant J

rY4.lnetlsltla! ...al.. ls.rvraabxhma., Jdjs.rCordon Ivey the aftemoon.j, Friday Sept. 1. See Henry Behrens

.a411.ae.La ORp9bpwedtiplJglalow I ..USeHAt*,utrttm Jbusiness i May Ji. n t "..r .Ben*. W..J4oni <.lttf) .,WANTED ",

F oMuuelwMte'ISeledabg\ +tl31kJ........,Mrs 6.-w West, the teacher t

strumental trio, Dr. 'H.'S: Wolf **oth devotional. The class Exciting drama ./ Chinese FOR RENT Furnished apart-" WANTED Painting or carpentry -

.. ; Dr. Carl Robm.cn-and Gee ,M.'v .. decided to continue Its meetings rebels ment clean, all convenience work. Price reasonable. Cor- i

> i Frlck; slid by I girls' quartet from during the summer. Also furnished house J bed- bet Smith Cor. 4th St, and 11

l the high school.Bouquets Mrs L. L. Bow gave an Interesting I 'Wife of General Ling"Saturday rooms, aU electric. Mrs. Ev Collins Ave, at residence of W. B. Flowers -

It and baskets of flow- talk on poetry.Ice corner Biscayne drive and Homestead. (If) (

\: en were exhibited by local florist cream and cake were -"-J JI May SI Federal highway at Modello. '
ed. WANTED Listings of bowel
Work of the) art classes directed I
Present besides those named,' BUCK JONES In FOR SALEFOR and apartments for rent. Henry
by Miss Katherine Cast was exhibited -
i Morris N t
Behren h BenJ. W. ,
I were: Mn. Alex Lanier Mrs. J.
on the stage ands domestic
"Overland Express""Flash SALE Second hand Frlg- Krome ave, north of 10-cent :
S. Mn. Alvin
Alexander Camp
art exhibit arranged table
was on
Idaire $20. Inquire LeaderEnUrprlse. ll-tf)
84. (
store; phone
In the auditorium. I bell Mn J. Lee Smith Mn D. Gordon" I

Mill Cast's room won the attendance ''p Reams, Mn H Schanberger

Mr Jas. Roberts "Mrs. Dexter LEGAL NOTICES
s prize. FOR SALE Large wardrobe

t Home Mrs. F. D. Mock and Mrs. practically new. Reasonable.

I: '11* PIONEER GUILD MAKES Mary Cravey.REDLAND '! with nqoMt all that subsequent the tai omitted MttlflMM or ...IM to Mkr tout Phone .550-J. (p my 27) b Home* odd In to Miami th* tilnkMt on lie bidder.fled at dor the of O May..n. 4,

1M. kralnaln* at the hone of to* orlorkA.
GIFT TO SALVATION ARMY Irwhidln the Year ItSM. hold kr too Butt I
AID MEETSIN b* ......._ and MM to th* hlllual. bid- FOR SALE Tropical plants citrus M, or M MO) thrrMftrr a* .th. MOM
The Pioneer Guild of Redland ...._ ar be r.neh.4 'a due ..sees.Dated
I drr for rush mm br Chapter 18194of trees and tropical fruit In
CHURCH PARLORS this tile dab
held a covered dish luncheon Wed- the. IS1T A... of that Lil.latur upon UKfotlowlna as lltaml Flame,
'If The Redland Ladies' Aid Society aWrlbrd real was In MM OMBIt season. Jungle Grove Redlan4 I day d My. 1938.
In Coral Cables
at the K.
nesday of Dm*., BUM o/ Florida. lawltlLU road and Plummer drive.
held business and social
Circuit Couri
of Mrs. Fred daughter of a D to O Modrllo Button ...... The
Bengel, ,
C-.. .. ,.." ..
|' in the church team to b sold evidenced kr Ortlfl.raw i
meeting parlors on are .Ir--
Mr and Mrs Fred Kosel of South No SMS of IM4 md roommate awes LEGAL NOTICES (Circuit Court ..
f, Miami. | May 12. Mn. Ceo. E. Deuel gave for the years INI to "... .both ,..... .., I II' 1110. P1tINO. D C.
Published. Nor .. 13. 10. Ie14
The members voted to give $131 the devotional ;',amounting to I4SM.Bold or Th logo W toe sold ..*. .... I
U* aanlfkiaua fcwothw with all ) No. goal of ISM, and or TRI .
Others attending included: the dosed kr IN TBR ( C "
,Subsequent Mohud Inrtod. Una will DIAL I
to the Salvation Army and $2 ter Minnesota ease for the rare IMS t* VKNTM II CIRCUIT IN"
Rev and Mn. C O. Nelson, Mrs. to the Redland
Epworth League
I. Mia... the. ford of M. .
How dw
H. J. Armstrong Mn. M. A. Ml Loss I. I and .. Blork 3, PliwhorM IN tHANCKRY. NO. SOILYktera
A letter from the boy to India uaA kwliulii M the base at M Values Arldn t* If_.. Th. ..." a ktMid N, OoMMlmaa a. *nawrr4>4
Baker Mn. Brewer A. M.. mt u MOB ..._,... M the sum
No. MMf
ore *rldmid kr OrlUlraU Pmhitirr. W..QonIooI Dan a.H. .
; that the guild Is educating was kM wowiaa n.
a-M .
I .
W mcbfd l torn
I I''may MMFM.Dttad
..... for tile > .
X W. W.I IMl and represents rMiIMo al Prfrttdanta.BILL
read and discussed. at III..... .......... this DM alit to ISM. both liMlwIv*, oauxwtint ta TA roRPX-LtXIl TAX MIEMORIIRR
SUllman, Mrs. Ceo. W. Turner. fay W Map l..>, .
Present were: Mn. Fred..Koael.Mrs.
Jr. Mn. Tho Quilliom and Mrs.1! E. 5. IBATHCRHAN.Clork : t, Blork 1*. Bmlmrd Add*, to.JunoUad. IN THE: NAME OF THE STAT OF
Wm. Erpenbach Mn. Jennie llrmlt Court. The axes to lie sold art ..l- ,...OIIDA'TO
Erpenbach Mn. Thomas Brewer,),{. M. Ramsey Dads C-.t tlorUlt.Ctnull _noM kr CWtKlMt No Ml* of lost THE DFFENOAHTS. W. GORDON
( ; Gist Soil .id roommate axes for tk* r.u< 1910a DEAN mMrara ..._. Al..HI KT
;. :, ,and Mrs. Geo. W Turner, .Jr. .r irublhlttd -. FENNO 1). 0.' i IMS both Imlmio ._....... M It M. RAYS: ........* ...k_.' CARRIE KB.
LEGAL NOTICE | Nor 4. a.. 10. IMS. SaM Ua _If...... tnmhr with all LEN sold husband 0 ". F.BI.KN, r-lo..-..
subsequent emitted *r levied toil will Mold IIS South Wn.hlnrln IIt_ Van wort.
I IPIle (- IM la Miami M the IM dar .1.Jaa. art kuaband, If axar-*.
Mn. Geo. D. Ruehle entertained .I A. M., *r M man IkarMfWr a* th. MnM PAUL LtZETSKT naMnM t.l MolaBtnrt
to knrbr *.... that Don Tal.kott to iMnkr .!". that W. B.. .
my be _.... I. Ape _... Swanrrlll, rVnn.rl..... 1 PAUL
the Wednesday Bridge Club at kM filed. with aw written nqMil I,lee, kolrfMT of sate Md County Tax Orllflraw Dated at Miami Florida this the 11th SLIPBC and MART BLIfKO. his wit,
MMIflratoi together llkall No. 11T based the ate day ml
her home this week. Mn. R. L. that the tax dar of Mar IM*, n.lH a 4SI almost ...-... SwuawXIrr,
aul M- emitted or Iwtod team In. ,A..... A. D Itt, ku filed MB la awrrieo B
Walker of Miami won the high! .....,.. th* Four I...., Mid br the BUMW ,. and kM mad* .P....._ for saw B.Clerk I.IATHKRMAN Clrralt Ourt aarlraiila BLAKE; WILLIAM his trlto H, BLAKE If marled and,
advertised and sold U> tk* behest. bid- ,dead w k* biiMd tkraoi Saw OrtllUBU
score prize and Mn. Paul Reynolds washroom .... (olloiHnadMerlk 4 Dad Cwint rkwldaBr nationals New Verb 01'". Now ,...., V It
for r*>k u pnrridrd IMM > '
'the second prize :r. IMT ArU of th. t't:, upon ;property I. the. County mt Dado.. But *f (Clrtult Ourt 8>al".NO. rKti tiO. D. 0. 'RON TOR, W kta., PKTKRIION wlf.. If ...and......... mMrar PL'tka.* .>
QM fonowimrdMrriard eel mate th I rlortft. lawn) .... I..lMd Mar W ft. 11*. .
: IS WKINFRkDCotilhiMiul
The others Mn.] aoHUYI.IIR. DtlltDAR a
present were: .. .. .
Countr of Dad., State of s. i Lot Block I. milaadal Park N.. .
. Gordon Ivey Mn. Claude Campbell \ Lot I, Block I, Porrralr Plat No. 1. II Plat Book. SI, Pan 1., l. the CmifIT NOTICS or APPLICATION YOU TAIL Illlnoto Bank BulMInf' CSk*
The team to ... Old ... nloVnotd br CM.UflraU of D.d. Slat at Florida.Tk (o, Illlnoto.Aad .
Mn. DENDChapt MHl end .. of Ik* ...r* nai -4drfMidanU
J. D. Perkins Mrs. ml r rr
No. StSO of Now and rrpromnM BMnt Mid property ttndor IT4IT-ArU at lots I
M Sonnlchsen Mn Richard .... for .... nan 1W to ISM, both la.ehnilr I use MM MniricaU. Issued who la boa File A IMSNotlc owaratelr end roralrj If
andf drad. parties
nard Mrs Russell Home and Ceo'l *. ammintlns to l>l II, ,some oft Unkiwwa.UnlMi .... to hereto firm that E. M Croat.Irr. under M.k and rrrrr .. the oj.,>c
Lot S, Ulock I, Palmate Plat No. 1. MM ....., ikall mm Mttrmrf koldrr of Slate and County T.a Or.Iflrau I
... .. ....... Named drfoadanu w *nr of IhMl dw.ordr
Or afeardlnff t law. the described
Robert Glenn Jr. The um to old ar* ,1. br property No. 1S4HT Issued the In) dar ofAiwual
I ..ho....., New rnlmlnaant aben-d M
.I. will Mid ta the ktelmt bidder
: tUleau No. SMI of Into and nprowattrUIM I M A D 111, baa filed Mm In mrofflro. do rlko4.Rt .
for the. fats ISIS to I.... both lafltnlM I It tk* Court kovM door o. the fink Mem.lar and hal made application for a.Ui the property korolaafMr
amountlnl to $21.... I. the loath of June. IMS, vklck toStk >VFK C, WILBON. r-W.n Ml
REDLAND CLUB HEAKd TALK drrd to be turned th rrnn SaM flow ))- rive _..... IIHnnh.
', of June, ', ,
Lot I, Block 4, Ponrmlr Plat No. I. the dar 1MDaud .Illrate -b following described I Iproprrtr
ON ROAD BEAUTIFICATION The taxes M': b* add II":* VMkaerd 'bC.rtitle.a this 4tk dar of May ISM In .-Ca':: of Dad, HUM of I rlaht All title axkaw.and tease pamiHH the aiming nmrt ..-uewe..,,,.
rrprnonu'UIH B R, LIATH
of and
M-a .RMAN.
Mrs. W X. in before Florida, to-wHt' la and the ...
: Baas a talk of whlrk h onknown W i .p..rte -
Clark of
for the Years 1111 to 1M8 botk I. : Clrealt CasesDade Lot It. Mark 110. Miami Shore BM- I h.rlofter _"......
members of the Woman's ClubOf ilU.lv>. mounting* to S27SOLt Countr, Flvlda.Clnolt lion I, a wda Plot Honk 1*. Pan YOU AND \EACH OF YOU ar*. k- ,. brrraurrrd
1, Block 4, PorvMlr Plat No. I. '( Court S.llBr *7, In the Countof Dodo, Suto ofnorMa. I
the RedJands before (ClrruH urtaf
Tuesday suggested u
The' toar to- ... gold ar*. nrldraeod/ kr Or.tlflcou N C. TERRETT, D C. 1 appear
that the entrances of roads leadIng No. MHO of 110 and rrprwnutono (Mar S. IS 10, IT ISIa The _..... of Mid property under j Dado Hoe c..;...Miami., Florida Dad.at(."the"to.g. n.ifCourt "I.- .

from the federal highway be for th. ream two to IM*, botk laclu.lv. the Mid MTttflcotr leaned WM I* th* Mme Ida. on or before II....". the Sib AMP ..>
.. amountlnl to UI... ;I NOTICE"' or APPLICATION
FOR TAX oft New Miami Ib_ Corp.Vain. of kn,
JIM IN*, to Rill Complaint whit
beautified and that uniform plantings SaM ui orrtiricalM tarrthar with all i DIED MM Mitlfirate hell b* roaarm.d. ancient* kr VICTORIA N. UOIINi-rl'

of blooming! tree be made subsequent. omitted ar Intod. axes will bo' Chapter ,felT-A... of Jill rrordlnff to law tile proportr doonrlhrdthrrrln MAN aa Yea............. warns., f,.> the. n<-
sold to tk Mahout bidder >l tile Court1 ni A said will bt and to tk* "'-..... bMdarol arruln Taw lw to
af fonrloaln <
along the roads and drives of the Now la Miami I on the lib dar ulJ.ours. MotlM h '* end hot W. B. Baiter.talnVr .... Court bow, doors the tint M<.... sonless pulse Ib. fullowlns described anH"rirtawHl .
Redland District ISIS. kflrhinlnf at the hour of .. lark 1 of Bute County Taw C.rbrlewaNo dar lit the math of June, til, which toIk
A. M, or aa MOO tho...'''' aa tile Mm 1 ] SIS issued the lat dar of AamM, A. *tk d., of I...., I..... Treat 4. Bird. Road r..... a e 4dl.bl.s
The club voted to close for the ,.ar aa mouthed la duo aoura, ]p I IMT. ku filed Mm In air offlr. andIM Dated this dial dar of Mtr IMS accordion the tin
Dad at Miami. Florida, this tile lath I mad applloaUoa for Vail; ,;:
season and to resume meetingson a tai deed t* k L B. LEAlHrRMAN, of, raronhM In flat Book *
,day of Mar ISM. 11E. based "'_. SaM .
I Cwtlfkat mv Clark of Circuit Court
'"f the Publk B>oarda of Dad O ",
Sept !. Mrs. B. A. Waldin pre- B LEATHERMAV. Itork >ran the following dmpmpertw I Dad Cou..,. Florida.ClranM .
sided. <,' ClnuH C..... I/. the County of D..... sate of riorM*. I ( Court Real rkwMa Tests:I and t, Bird' Hood Faraw avadlrtobw.

Dad CountFlorida.. (" Bf N. 0 STERRITT, tile ,tmtUwranf.
a-MTdlna to
Members present were Mrs. '(fClraoH Court Ball 'lM I and It. Blnek I, HilUndakt I I I (Mar I. II. M, It, iJ recorded la Plat Bonk T. Pour
Br JNO. FCNNO. B C. Park N*. II. plat Book IT. fan M.
W. Publta Bwarda of Dnl
of the
Seymour Dane Mn Frank IP
Mn. (Published! Mar '0. 17, June .. loss). I Uw Colossi of Dade, Slat of Flow ........, ". ....... ... 4AA .......... Coaatr. FVrMaiMoutatoo
StiUman, Mn. W. M. Brodle, LATRS.Appllealloo s: d !( d Secdkn ds
H.. J. Armstrong, Mn M. A. Baker J elf 1tt :v"INWC'I'rJCWt, IR rrrr =i It .... a.arsat at sew Property leader Ma. IMlMotto twwnebSp y :C .f k.wn M Fst: :
I MM MrMflraMif bated who I. .ho same to .' .. that RarrrRorkai. I* I.
brrrkr are or
; mom
Mn. W. D. Mahan Mn Cine AND FOR DADS COUNTY fLOHDA.N I UnkValm...... .
.. I ku filed" with m* wrHlr roiuMthat the Censer of I.... Ovate mt rkirlrfaotkarwto
Stewart and Mn Waldin. Visitor 11.11.AIDA Mid ..nil....* shall k* ndwawdMonlla the Hi oHtirkatea too-rikrr with .... (Horatio. of MM bill ofCMiplalat
ANrollO..ItPI.t..tln ft, t* low tile property _ri..... ,..
all uMM.unl emitted btlrd same will aa taken aonfomo.1'
ar kr
present were Mn. Haas. Mrs. HenI I I. I. ANTONOW8KY. 00'........ tA'TIOII .....la will .k* Mid I* she ..._ .Ma rit .....1.. th* mr ISIS bold kr tile But _.

FOR DIVORCE i" the OK IMUM door .. slow newt MOOJtor k* rmlMd and Mid to the: hipbone kM.dr Thto order ....11 .. Blemished .. Ibo 1jm4MEnterprtoo. .
ORDER FOR PUBLICATION i. la the. month of "..., ..... .h... tok fr cab u provided kr Chapter IMPS a Newspaper published ta
LEGAL NOTICE UappMrini br ." ....." filM ami tkal1' I gob dar *f ".... IMS.Clrralt of the IMl ..... of the ,........... upon Homo>wd. Dad Cooolr. ........ mr*
toe: plaintiff. AWN Antonounkr, to Mtltlod. Data thin .th day et II.". fps.L .....
the fallowing 1o> real MUU I* she a wok for four 141 ronar.utU worki
a publication baa.I Iad
kr sit bM
Co ntr of Dado. Bute of Florida. lo.wHi Dated this tile Sib dr of Mar 4SM.E. .
NOTICE Or, APPLICATION FOR TAI B. B. Antonowikr, wh 'k stated to! Clerk d Clesdt Court Lot I. Block I, Mrrkmar, Tko axes abe .. LEATHhRMAN
DUD be a aon-MBMtat af the Sate of KtocW., Dada cP1orWa.. MM ar* a.b.wwd kr Cortlftou No.ISIIT Clark mt tile ClmMj Coo rt.Clnatt .
Ckoptor IT4ltAcW ISIS. PIle A seal .d wboa rmU.00) to ..k_ to tile I IIt / Court SellI of 1..1.... nvrooate MM* for tk* ( Court Brail _.
w, Notice b am** ***** that W. Named plaIa/R. ,. N. O. 5itSIt: Tt, V. OMar rMra IMl to INS, both 'acl..,.., .-... Br M, 'W Deputy Vrk.Morrow. .
Morn, holder of BUM and County TasCnrflcat II "* far* around that ... MMI. ( a. 11. 10, IT IMS) in* to Ml SI.BoM MarM and Button,
) No. I04M issued tk* lit dar B. AabMuwakr: and k* ta krnfcf r-, UI Mrtlflrate* tesah.r with all MlrHon for la.....".
of A_" A. D. 192?. kia filed MOM lamr lulrad M appear the bid of oMiplalntor NOTICE ............ omMtod or sew) wuol will (Mar a. II. Se. n, .!<)
too' *. aad ku Oak applroattoa SAAW dlnrr IM. krrrl on or krforo the to whom It may Coulmes. TM, 1. ..
dustH. 'bow as. 4k dar W Jaw A. A. IMS. aad to dafaoM. iM ones awir db./.drwdw obis dos forth 1sill
()wt"..... esbewew tile Iollo-l"If swell r appoarln tha MM bill of Complaint!' < be __Ib.. far say debts ...
rrUwd promote to tile County of OEM far dlrorr will bo Ukro aa aanfoamd a*' I One 5.5. oftourSd b myself.ie. ,
BUM of Florida ....wlt, ataal the MM awmdanl.Tkto : O '
tot t. Block 4. Pamnlr Plat '. nW to published swiss a WOM. I lI.r..."h. .. *" '*: "' ". ':* ** tOWARD
Plat Book II. pan ... In tk* Couatr for four oooMtirlbo work hi Th* LMdrr* a. 1s.. nl 1
of 41x4. SOON of rmr&w latorprkr or II_ riortdo m sawn '
The .as W MM iiuMllr sewer mmmr Kkltokrd 1 ta Dale Ouotr Phe'..... roncsi or BALI or TAB ciaruri- STILIN.CI
tk. MM orrttftooM loud wu I d' the Date? this task day *f April. A. D. ISM.K. CATMAppMratlM
game of I Uokaowa.UntoM W LKATRKRklAM.CWrk K* IMSMntU
-mid aeronauts akalt. k* M.iiimoJ Clr.....H OurLCtorult la bonny *l.." that Mary M I
aoMTdioc to m*. ,tile proprrtrdunnbid ( Court BM!) Lmr Asset ml Ik* ow_. ku (IMiHk
Iharrlii will bo add to tk* bilh.at Pill M. SWIFT, Deputy C....... mm welfare Miiamt that boa tea Mr.Iftmmum Real Estate General Insurance
bMdrr M The Cases bow door w tot I Webb _..... A title I It MtrllMt wltk all aalimaint _lt-
llrrt Moodor <. tile Matk of July, IMS Mask riorhm s.d mt levied. awes Inrladlnc' Ik* r ter
wktak to tk* Stir dar mt '''. ISM, j --. 9m nataUff. 1.... kkl kr the Mate k* adv.rHanl and
Doted this IMk dr *f II.". IMA.f. (Mar, .. It M, I7| std te tk. khrkMt WddM fr task u pn.
.. LEATHSRkUrt.Ctork .ddad kr Ckapur ISIM, ml MM IMf AMf
ofKMt Cb-att lduwb: NOTICE OF BALE Or- TAX CERTIFY a Ik. Lntolatvr. MM tk* MbwlacMrrUwd Cor. Palm Ave. and Ave. B Florida City FIs.
Caesar. a Iwidw TATMAppMMlloai d .... MUt III tile Coal mt Dad.
coast .Ir--: N. IMS .*aw *f Florida, to-wHl
Br,N. C BTFRRm D. C. Motto to korrkr **.. that NFL BM"I Ibr 11'4 of NWl, SMkni (.. TowMklp
-.-...... *....Hi.immm S, M. tl 1..4-t' ... filed Vowels, Maw ., ,,... ..... .....""ac an sera _

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I I )1 Pare Eight THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Friday May 20, 1938

limW WmilMlimi (HIII l Hlimm WIHHf 1ltWHIIIIHlllHHItll IHt llllHniNIHIIIHWIMlHlHHIIlllllllltlllllllMHMim Redland and Homestead Win Honors .

IIJ.1 t At District Future Farmer Tourney I I. P. & G. Yellow Avalon

The team of Redland Chapter,,eastern watermelon Industry and SOAP
F.r A., won first place I In the parliamentary -1 I IIG the case of Bartlett port under
t law contest of the District i the California deciduoui-lrc -fniil I :
6 r 7 A. tournament at agreement. In the case ol Bart- Peaches
Fort Lauderdale last Friday and lett pear this regulation ha been 6 bars .
Saturday On the team Weft i part of the broader control of No.21/i can f fZ5c
Warren Wood, Walter Thompson, the rate of shipment to market
S Alvin Prothero, Willie Baxley, Don since It delays shipment to concentration -
tS Lair and Larry Holt I polnti from which 'urn'I4 ..JUI 'J.7c t
Willis Baxley won second place movement art further regulated R
In public speaking Alvin Prothero on daily bull. Under the water-
tied for tint place with the Butts bat been employed by the south-
Chapter representative In the harmonica -'melon program the principal ob-
contest, and the Redland ject of the "th Ippln, holiday" ti SPRY 31b. can 57C
vocal quartet, composed of Keith I I to prevent or reduce large accumulations PRUNES I
Gasman, Alvin Prothero, Larry of can on track at "
Holt and Don Lair, won second terminal markets, which cause assorted 21.lb. pkgs. ISe

place I I rapidly declining prices."Marketingagreement. ROYAL GELATIN 5 C""So
Other members of the Redland programs savors, plot. rich it whips"MILNUT
chapter who attended the district cannot Insure high prices for growers -
contest were: Richard Crawshaw' in spite of overproduction, low .
Charles Behrens Harold consumer buying power or other 20
Reid Wysong William ,I conditions. They cannot Insure PILLSBURY FLOUR bag'! 89c
Allan Harford and Herman Byar' supplies ai large as consumers 3 tall cans 1ge
The Homestead chapter won would like, it prices consumers
first place In the tournament fiddling are willing to pay, In years of crop
contest with LInton Conner t I failure UPTON'S TEA lb. BULK
k as the fiddler and Harry Hill as I I I "But, under suitable conditions
Ms guitar accompanist It also they do help iron out the un- Meal or Grits
( : : 1-416. .. . 25e
walked away with first place In jreasonable Inefficient "..w'" MOUII 47c
the string band contest with a In supply and price which are Snow sAT
team composed ot Conner, Hill I II disadvantageous to both product Free Tea Glass MAxWELL "OUS& C fFEl' 5 lbs. . 19c
and Grubbe (banjo). fifteen|*rs and consumers. This end Is e.
members of the Hcmestead chap:accomplished through co-operative
ter took part In the tournament I efforts of growers and handler JERSEY
These district ton telll determined -I "In addition to marketing agreement SUNBEAM
the entries for this district I[ programs Congress has Tomato Catsup, 14 oz. bottle lie '
In the state F r A. tournament to'made available certain funds which
be held at the time of the state may be used for diverting price- APPLE BUTTER
r T A. convention In Gainesville, depressing surplus quantities of I CORN FLAKES $ :I6
June 14 to II. agricultural commodities to encourage .
I new uses of byproducts,
T03IATOPACTContinued stimulate new outlets or exports,I 44 oi. jar . 25c
and encourage domestic consumption RICE, whole grain, 5 Ibs. 18c
through relief uses.

( from tags One SOUTHERN LADY

tlon market and regulation so that' shipments of shipmentsto will U. S. BUILT COLD SALAD DRESSING, QtJEWELLARD,41b.pkg.. . 25c
more nearly meet, throughout the [ __
the marketing market.season, the demands of STORAGE PLANTS f I' I I

"One method Is to prescribe the .. 45c lIE SliP TIlt IAS minim .
total volume of the commodity SEEN BY CANNONDeclaring 4.

that period may or during be shipped the whole during marketing any- I Lady Grace Dill Pickles, qt jar 19c 3 cans .. . .. .. .. 25c i '
season to adjust shipmentsmore that he WM waging
ne.r\1ln keeping with mar- "'." Independent light against the BULK PINK
ket requirements. powerful political machines con-I GREEN TOP r
"Another Is to prescribe the trolled by the two Miami Brown Sugar SALMON
grades and sixes of the product newspapers," Pat Cannon, c.ndl-I I CARROTS
that may be shipped either In a date for congress, spoke tor more
given period of time or throughout' than an hour In American Legion 4 Ibs. 25c 2 CaDS - .25c
the season: withholding lower Park Saturday night. 2 bunches. .15e
Cannon said he proposed to Increase -
trades and leas desirable sizes of
the product from the market prevents farm profits by the establishment PEANUT BUTTER, 1 lb. jar .12c
growers from shipping portions of large combinationcold 110611S
of their crop on which they storage plants and warehousesIn rIICCPn .BAS
mil suffer I direct cash loss because -I South Florida, built with, government -' SUGAR CREEK
the price Is too low to meet funds and operated under
the necessary handling charges. It federal supervision. In these COUNTRY ROLL BUTTER, lb. 32c ,
also has the effect of Improvingthe warehouses he said, could be
quality of the product the stored surplus fruits and vegetable .
consumer buys. to await a favorable market -
"A third method of regulatingthe Scientific methods of prolonging Lamb Shoulder, / or whole, lb. 17c Morton's
rate .f ,shipment market and the life of perishables
adjusting supplies demand from would be used In these plant and SALT
time to time Is to prohibit shipments distribution would be strictly according pkg. l0c
at specified times or for to prices and demand. LEG 0' LAMB, lb. . . 23c
specified periods of time until the Cannon vigorously upheld the
market demand hat time to catch principles ot the Townsend plan,
up with the supply. which he said he had advocated WESTERN SNO BALL
"Adjusting shipment when' required long before he sought political,
from time to time throughout office. He said he had been attacked Cauliflower
CHUCK ROAST lb. .. 23c
the season has been one of the U being the standard bearer .e.
principal method of supply control ot the Townsend clubs and declared -

Included la marketing 11ent ,"-:' he was proud ot this criti WESTERN lb. . . 12e
program for fruits and vegetables cism.
shipped treth. Under this
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shipment I* fixed for each period, wW pressed
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