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Title: The leader-enterprise
Uniform Title: Leader-enterprise (Homestead, Fla.)
Portion of title: Leader enterprise
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: South Dade Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Homestead Fla
Creation Date: May 27, 1938
Publication Date: -1941
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1931.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 29, no. 2 (Jan. 10, 1941).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 29, no. 1 (Jan. 3, 1941).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002057831
oclc - 33835104
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Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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VOuUME XXVI-NO. 21 HOMESTEAD, FLORIDA, FRIDAY MAY :'JIf. 1933 PRICE FIVE CENTS !



t TO ASK MIAMI Divided On Proposed Sentiment Ton i;-hown into Marketing at Parley Pact 88 SENIORS AWAIT AWARD ;




LAW TO'CURB Sharp division .f opinion between I 1 eammlttee was appointed and the OFDIPLOMASATDISTRICTS2HIGHSCHOOLSIXTWEEK i ii

a representative group of data of the next meeting remains
\ South Dade tomato grower a* Indefinite.

\1 th* advisability of adopting to1'I In the meantime, torn 40 growers -
FRUIT THIEF
government controlled tomato shippers and packing house i

marketing agreement, brought to i operators present were requested
I close without definite action phimeeting to study pamphlets pertaining to i

; in Neva King Cooper I marketing agreements now in ef- I
Peddler License Would school Wednesday night fect to other branches of the Flor- Red Ian ] I
Enable Police Check After two noun of discussion I ida vegetable Industry with a Homestead Has 37 With 27 Girls and
of "Bootleggers"LOCAL and argument which became'I view later to drafting a programthat
1 Only 10 Boys
1 somewhat heated at time lbwsession can be applied with food ..-

C.1)P"C. VOTES ended with opponents and suits to the tomato deal.
proponents of the proposed plan' The meeting was called to orderin BACCALAUREATE SERVICES THIS SUNDAY

OKAY OF ORDINANCE about equally divided a* to Its one of the classrooms, at the

merits. No preliminary steering auditorium was not available by II. H. S. Commencement Program Scheduled for
Failure to Possess Credentials County Agent Charles H. Steffani.
Means $500 who resigned the gavel to Wil- 8 p. m. Tuelday-R. H. S. Exercises Set for I

TWOMAI15ADAYEACH liam Musselwhdtc chairman of Same Hour Wednesday ,
60 Days or Both the district agricultural conarrva-

lbs committee which recently Eighty-eight graduates will receive diplomas! from the two high
t The Redland District Chamberof WAY IN NEWP. handled the potato referendum in schools of the Redland District next week-47 from Homestead High i
Commerce at a membership this aectlon.A School and 51 from Redland High School.
meeting Wednesday 1ht, lent Ha SCHEDULEA a prelude to the discussion, Baccalaureate services for the graduate of each school will be
unanimous aupport to a serious 0. the marketing agreement plan was held In its respective auditorium Sunday morning at 11 o'clock with
and congregations of practically all churchea: of the district attending -
effort to curb fruit stealing through explained in detail by D. E. TIm- pastors
in accordance with the usual custom of eliminating separate
of ordinance
passage an emergency economist of the tate agricultural -
mons
revised schedule to give Home church services on this occasion
j. to be lurobitled to the Miami city extension service at will be heldon
stead two mails each way daily Homestead High School commencement program
commission at the next meeting of by means of the Miami-Key West I Gainesville who was later lub- Tuesday evening and Redland High School, on Wednesday evening -

' that body. star mail route was submitted by (Continued on Page 'two) both at 8 o'clock. By avoiding holding the exercises on the s lIne
1 Sponsored by the Miami Retail night, the schools have made It possible for those who have relntivn
the chief clerk of the railway mail
Merchant Association the ordinance or friend In both graduating classes to attend both program
win require all fruit and service at Jacksonville to Post There are Z7 girls and only 10 boys in the Homestead graduating
vegetable peddlers and Itineran master S E. Livingston for moment FIELD MEET WON class, while in Redland High School there are 21 boys and 23 girls The
this week. programs. and senior class rolls of the two school are ai. follow'
merchant to obtain a license before
they tan hawk; their wares The proposed revision came asa BY UONS VOTED It IL 8. Baecalaareaite R IL 9. BaecalaarealeServices
joint civic club committee waslending ,
from door to door through the to proper authorities resolutions Service I II I

residential eecthmi of Miami er protesting curtailment of I Sunday, May it, 11 a. m., in Sunday May 29 It a. in In
upon any of the public thoroughfares ANNUALEVENT Neva King Cooper School auditorium !I
service to one mail fdaj and suggesting Redland School auditorium Rid-
of the city.Legitimate Homeitead rehtde.; invocation -
that make
that the busses _
land. Sermon by the Rev. T .H.
vendors of Held am
Rev. C. N. Walker, hymn
five round trips daily between Miami
grove products, such at the actua So successful was the Don-Rote "Onward Christian Soldiers"; Norton with other ministers ,n the
and Homestead be utilised
field meet In the Homestead
, grower or producer, will not beaffected bring: mall to and from Homestead Scripture reading Rev. W. J. Redland school district to-1111-
school Monday night that at
which Is gym
+ brio measure
The resolutions were signed by Parker; Solo, Mrs. Wm. Mussel- crating.
I the suggestion of the Homestead
aimed directly at the "bootleg" or
Sermon, Rev C L. Nelson
white ;:
representative' of the ten civic or- ;
'unlicensed peddler who may have Parent-Teacher Association both ;| Benediction Rev E: L: Nelson R II i. Commencement

obtained his goods through devious (Continued on Page Five) I dubs at their meeting this week H. H. S. Commencement Wednesday, June 1, 8 p. 11\ ,n
fruit thiev- voted to make It an annual event. '
channel
organized
of I
Tuesday May 31. 8 p. m., In Redhead school auditorium. I I'cessional i.,-
In tact the Lions voted to hold
which has scourged the Red- I
ery CHIMPANZEE AND two meets annually, one for the Neva King Cooper auditorium: addrew J: munition, Rt'1 I a v
land District for many :yean
of welcome, class president,
\. Card will be Issued to all licensed I I Homestead P.-T. A. and one for Pierre McDaniel Instrumentaltrio 1 Core; salutatory ..dd.1,,,
vendors for police inspection the Redland P.-T A., and If challenged : solo .J 1 '
OWNER GUESTSOF Dr. H. S. Wolfe Geo M. Trick Margaret Albright; Ii
to meet in Redland the
failure to the proper a '
possess and Dr. Carl Robinson; address Caldwell Mils Margaret Dt I .H.).
Homestead club will of course 'I'
identification will bring the Ralph I. Vervoort clan song,. accompanist; student aw irrt'.
offender Into Miami municlpacourt ROTARY CLUB hiM up the gauntlet presentation J of diplomas Superintendent -i Principal Carl Wagner; adrf" '..
With
The Lions won the meet
where he will be subject
James T Wilson Dr. Oeo H. Bradford; valed terry
to penoUUes not to excee eo days tars such at Claude Campbell,
II IL 8. Class Roll I address Miss Mary Eleanor Williams -
In Jail Gr $::100 fine, or both (meand Jimmy. two-year-old chimpanzee Carl Wagner D. R. Snyder and Pierre McDaniel ...... president I presentation of diplom. .
imprisonment If the case Jus- zee, his owner Joseph Du- Dick KInard they made the Rotes Alfa Webster .vice-president,I Supt. Jai T. Wilson. tMnedtI"f! .
look like duffers In diamond ball,
tiflet a maximum sentence. Mond of Tropical Monkey Jungle Cecelia Harper sec.-treai. Rev Harley Core.
:' Support of the ordinance was were guests of honor at the Homestead in spite of the brave efforts of
Margaret
Mary Adams Peggy Allen K. II. 8. Class Roll
. Preacher E. L. Nelson and Ted
voted unanimously upon the motion Rotary Club meeting Wednesday Berger EWe Booth, Willela
of Dr. Lloyd C. Shanklin of noon In Legion balL Jimmy Bleier The score wn 11-2 for Bullard. Nina Pearl Bush," Iva Warren Wood president
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Florida City, who spoke at length U t more recent acquisition of Mr.' the Lion when darkness ended DyaU Eloise Qossman, Norma Co-' John B. Graham vicepresidentMary

on the fruit situation and Mid DuMond than Mary, the nineyearold the game Horne Jane Keery, [ Eleanor Williams lecH'or,
the measure should prove to be chimpanzee who delights visitors Over In the gym however, the man. Dorothy Betty Blake u tie?'in r
Harriet Klick, Mary Elizabeth
an effective form of relief. The to Monkey Jungle by her near- Rotaa got sweet revenge In baiketlMill Kyle. France Lott Nellie Mae Margaret Albright, Melba flondu

chamber also voted in favor of repealing human behavior and show of reasoning -' The fast moving, fighting Martin, Marjorie Moser Bonnie Mary Ann Brown, Mary Pynr-.
the one-half of one per, power Ai soon as Jimmy: Presbyterian preacher and Esther Mildred Cox Bertha Craft, V>,InGautter
cent gross sales tax. Imposed upon grows up he and Mary will go to (Continued on Page Five) I Pope Myers,Evelyn Phyllis Pope Parman Mary Ransom,I Nora Greenwood Vrmi;
merchant of the state by the' Griffin Elizabeth Hi .nlln,
the housekeeping together I I Marjorie Redd. Nella Saute, Mot ,
lust legislature Chimpanzees, a species of the Arcelia Jarman Frances Lew
ley Sever. Ellen Vann.
to be 60 'II RUEHLECHOSEN Bertie Loll Duels
great apes, live yean WlUsrd Barnes Randolph Caves, la Mathls.
,; old, Mr. PuMood told the club. I Raymond Hayes, Wfllard Norman, MiueD Eleanor Murray, Vera
CANNON CARRIESALL They are said to be the great ape TO HEAD LIONS Edmond Pacetti Raymond Roberta 'Parker. Alice Fenny Doris Price

that is nearest alike to man. Jimmy : Eugene Scherr Wade Smith, Ethel Robert, Alice Sage :Mary

PRECINCTS.INSOUTHDADEBUT1 Tact proceeded by thumping demonstrate the floor with this [ CLUB IN 193839 Rufus Sullivan !Thompson.Eugene Bell. Joseph Benson,

the box he was inside of whenever lohn Borgardt Ernest Campbell,
ho thought he was not getting School Will Present Kenneth Chambers, Gordon Cross,
sufficient attention. Handed I Dr. George D Ruehle; was elect- Musical Comedy Tonight Patrick Gaffney Glenn Gli,Wen,

spoonful of dessert as he sat on :ed president of Redland District E. J. Graham. Albert Halnlln, Kenneth -
Precinct 88, Could. was the the arm of his owner the chimp: Lloos Club at the anneal election This evening at a o'clock; Mrs. Hawks Clyde Henderson,

only Redland District precinctthat disposed of it with reasonably of officer and director In the!' Margaret, Mills teacher of musk Marlon Henderson, Larry Holt,
failed to give Pat Cannon I good table manners, but discover Lions Den last Tuesday He succeeds la the Hteaclachoola, will pre- :Don Lair Howard Lee ClcndaltOdora

majority over Henry H. Filer, ed tie could make a pretty noise' George H. Cooper who automatically sent "The Gypsy Rover," a three-I: Alvin Prothero, Clement

Tuesday In the run-off primaryfor by fettling the spoon against his become a member of act nu.lcal comedy of I Russell. Harold Sickle Arnold
Democratic nomination to teeth. the board of director plot and dialogue. In the ,Soper, Burton Stinson. Earl

Congress ftva The fourth: district, Mr. DuMond told of establishinghis Other oaf oors chose, were dug Cooper School auditorium. ;Swllley. Walter Thompson John
'won by Cannes with 30.02 vote Monkey Jungle on Hainlia Charles A. Co*, first vlee-pres- I E. B. Blackburn of the expression :fumer' Fred Vlhlen.
I. a* against a total of fHU for drive where a troupe of Monkeysroaras ideat John & Peters, second vice- department has assisted with :
Filer trim To protect the v-lri- president; William L risk third the dialogue part and Mrs. Margaret -

.. Every lladlaad District precinct tars frees possible W\1oC., a vice-president; Charles L Ouley Msynard of the physical education THE WEATHER

gave Judge Dwya Thomas *l Fort seared snooker, he built a caged acercUry Thomas I:. Ebbs, treeavsaen department has directed
enwII ...... ... w too *.*>Mini
, Pierce a heavy *Bajorly overTamps't runway far the) visitors through Lawrence Pops Boo tamer the dancing i .
The leading part is taken by I r_ ..._ .-. ....-
tail twister
Tom Watson In the contest the Jungta and thereby attracted and Ed H. Oallaher.
for nomination to the Florida Rlpley't attention, with the result Directors for two-year terms Jack Gatlin. Other leading roles .r I ) Star. i Sam
'I supreme court State-wide.. that his place where humans are are Dr. Carl r. Robinson and Robert are taken by Miss Alta Webster, I I May 20r$7\I | 43'I[30.97:;

1 turns gave Thomas 149,377 and caged and monkeys roam free was C. MacDonellH and for one Mine Norma and Eloise Ceaemaa. I far *> 1 M I .4 130031

j Watson 101.695.Townsemdltea. gives world-wide publicity. year, Harley R. Can and Arthur Mia Marjorie Uoaer Howard I Hay 21 __ I M U

"1 under whoa banner The monkey jungle owner told a Smith. West, Elwin Cooper, Henry Dod-I lay 23 31 M |30,M

" Cannon baa twice run for the also of hill recent trip to Central The new officer and directors son Harry Degler Billy Clark. .May J* (0 6* ,.30081

, office be won Tuesday, were America where he went to get will take over theli new duties at Jimmy McCooneU. J. T. Godwin jl Kay IS 17 8> |30.M,) .IT

jubUlant over hit election more animal for nil JOG ; tb,jpnt raee.Un Ia July,, ,ad iBilty Wa1'tQn. J lay M I I" !149 I'So.o .IS
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Pare Two THE LEADER. ENTERPRT Friday May 27. 1938


1'f. Brooker Wins 17-16!ties streak with three Silts out of,Lion of tomatoes and complete elimination the state Une. B they did not I and bring top prices to local growti
four ttanea at bat Field aaa aerI of alb to baM the movement 'I come op to agreement standards, ers, he said.Taking .
t' Tho Home Leads I Hone player, drew four walk of inferior grades to interstate jthe tomatoes _Id' bT J*ted .a leading part in the debate -
out of five tines at bat shipments constitute a major i land dumped and the trucker would were Tom Harris A. W.
By 5 Runs at Ninth The box scores and summary part of toe proposed prpgnwn. Establishment : ;[be subject to certain penalties for Hutchinson Cecil Barter W. r.fox. .
I weoxmtoare airs of two or three grade*.i trying[ to evaaa the law. Tlmmons, Paul Haley. W. f. A. Robert-
'" with the growers agreeing to holdback I,Declared, eon. W. C. Ewln. L. R. Becker and
Brooker Lumber Co. took the aLoaw.p ace, d 115 a a.Yaks : the smaller sizes when the
, u 1 t a c I|I Types of containers or methods I W. H. Owens. Others present declined -
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opening Same of the 1918 diamond 1-- j markets caaaot absorb, them, Mel i'of transportation would not be affected to comment The most
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ball season Wednesday night[ from : I
Is contemplated in the plan.
..... 41 I by the rules which an Intended strenuous objections came trod
W .1
D. Horns Ca. when Nelson, f 11_ IF 4 e aCm I e ,I Movement of tomatoes within i only to build up the reputation those opposed to any form of government -
; Home pitcher, weakened la the', ,a. ncMtiiil.rt .t s I"e a I I i ,.e I a I the state cannot be controlled !but of Florida produce) for regulation but the show
last of the and showed Us
, ninth Mikes, A I' e i s eMS I bulk shipments by truck would be duality and create a demand thanwill of hand which forced: adjourn
r i: men to romp across the home a.t..l.e.r.a Lsewk, e : : : : : :1'|baited for federal Inspection at block foreign competition ment Indicated a deadlock.
plate-end there was only one .
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was scored for a final tally of 17- e 'I ''I In the Spring Motorist9 Fancy 11and 11 ''I
4 a
16 At the beginning of the ninth, O.= d s :I :. .: .:; a. I
the score was If to 11 In Horne'l Edward n 4 11' a e 1 1l
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Nelson walked It Brookermen.' ? : 1 r 1 1 1t

Yo tiile Herman Thomas pawed only _--. I' i t 0 4 10 10n 1
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r flee of the Horne boys to tint. A-... if : 1 : l+ e ,
,\ Erooker and Smith made home I....,
luns. and C Sul.-an amend a! u 7 7 n' a
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I. son In each locality.
Two be" 1110. VA.... ...... I: If 06 per cent of the croWl'f.e. .l,
r 14-mi.,::11.... 11,0..101_ .rhhe.a 9--kw.1So1 ankh C.: -. and 60 per cent of the
w balk off I Ir.4.,. II: ........ I, ahippen agree upon a workable ,
.Iph w N. Mob". t: To,..., ..
1'.pI_. asks-ft ... IA... program their wfcnea will be submitted I
>, to the secretary of agricul-1! I II With the opening of fishing seasons all over swift streams beckon to families like the

Co. Defeats'I -r will call a.series i of pub the country, scenes like this will be enacted. McConnells, who have juit arrived .t their
lic ': followed by a referendum Motor ears and improved roads each year favorite spot in the family Chevrolet to enjoy J I

Goulds i in Second I| Should, Mr. Tinunona the referendum laid. favor'I i'' open new spot where the beauty of nature_.si day in the open. -

Diamond Ball Game the program by an SO per cent I
majority it will be put Into effect .
I by the secretary and the rettrtctlon -I
w. D. Home Co. defeated Goulds I requested by the Industry
on the municipal diamond ball 'itself will be enforced upon .III
field Wednesday night by a score growers and shippers In the state
of "-7 I both within and without the agreement
Both pitchers, Cloninger for he said. Exactly the same Cut
Home and Owens for Ooulds,were procedure would be followed aIn .
wild: Cloninger passed t men to the potato celery and water-
first on balls while Owens gave melon industries, which are now
free passage to 10. Harry Hiner organized with federal support to
starred for Goulds with a home enforce the rules agreed upon by with
run in the sixth, and Smith Horne the growers. I costs a

third baseman continued his hit- Cimpuliory govWllet inlpec- ,t your

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Friday May 27,1938 THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Pan Three


Soft Ball Won II II.S. Girls I I daily work el our grove on HaMin drive Defers i
Tourney by
II I I schoolboy i Ml** pair*!*; also avery bag several week ago for hit
technicolor cartoon In Matt where be
After Year Without Playing a GameWithout Ashby and
.. :which will appeal to young pd'old father are engaged in growing

i allk. *." ples on a large anti*.
having played a gum I Chevrolet! Movie House / The Slew will kt given on the

during the entire school year now ,Bird Chevrolet used car lot adjoining -
On Whed l to Return Homestead Youth Dies
drawing to a close a diamond bill| the north aide. ot the com

team of girls. from Homeetoed High .1.1I pany's showrooms and service gs- In Brownsville, of'i
School entered a county-wide :i The Chevrolet Autornovle, rage a week froM next Monday : : :
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tournament Saturday at Flamingo I complete sound motion picture night. Howl Sank, Homestead

Park, Miami Beach, and came home i theatre on wheels, wQl return to I who was in Brownsville .

with the county championship and I Homestead on June 41 under the for the tomato packing season

a loving cup given by the county auspices of the Bird Chevrolet Co. Kenneth Stone PlaceIn starting that section, died :

board of education which will re- ''of this city, W. R. Bird president I Rcdland Is Sold Wednesday night of acute

main the permanent possession of ;of the firm announced yesterday. gestion, according to a ,r.

any team that wins It three yearsIn i Generating its own power, the I The Kenneth Stone place-house I received yesterday morning .:
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succession. ,I Chevrolet Autcmovir hns com- end garage surrounded by two I his mother, Mrs. W. H. Sauls .. .
Homestead drew for I plete equipment for a first class|I II acres of rare tropical plants was --- y
a bye the "" .. .. .. ... .... ... ,,,. ..... ... ,, ..,, ... . . .
first round of the tournament, movie show to 'which there Is no I sold on May SO to Miss Ethel

walloped Miami Beach High 18-0 I charge for admission! and every,Swanson' of Montelalr, N. J. and OPEN FOR THE SUMMER

in the second round and defeated member o( the family! is heartily Miss Casts S. Ross of Cambridge

Miami Edison in the final, S.:!. ;welcomed Mr. Bird said. "j ji M.... who plan to make it their The Rcdlands Cafeopposite

The pitching of Margaret Berger, i "Many of our citizens have al-l winter home. The sale was made
and the catching of Mary Mls- I'ready attended previous showings'of through H. A. Cameron, Homestead ( F. E. C. Depot)

tretta 1I0m..t d'l all-elate players this theatre and huve expressed real estate broker.Mr. t'nder snaaafemeol Miss Ruth Steffanl and 'I.... Florence .:

were the marvel of the no-|a great deal of satisfaction with Stone who with hit parents, KerradoREGt'LAlt

run game with,MImi Beach High..the program. Included Mn the t Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Stone has been DINNER Ilk rLATE LfNCH 33r

Berger can dish It out and Mis-,present program of talking pictures a winter resident of Redland forM CHICKEN DINNER ISc STEAK DINNER 11.10

tretta cm take although that;> a splendid safety lesson illus- i 't'eral years, bought a 20 acre .,. ..w.... ,... -
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when Berger bears down. Claudia! I

Connor and Bonnie Groover did M

tome neat work in putting a MI-

ami Beach High girl out between

first and second and preventinga J men't

, player on thlft from scoring.

Phyllis Purman, Barbara Don"

and MOl ley Sever looked good us IN r

fielders all the way through, too.
Norma Gammon on third base and

Rachel Oonman in left field played I w
beautiful baU.- Ir r 1I
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In the 3-2 game with Edison I
Norma QoMman brought Eunice

Walker In to make the score that

gave II. M. S. the game and the

high school girls' championshipin

soft ball. Min Marlon Woodof

Miami Beath presented the silver -

loving cup to Berger captain ,
of the Homestead team. The ten

girls who took part In the game

will be presented with kttteis by 1

their coach Mrs. Margaret May-

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People's! Union will meet at I i io'c.ock I

Sunday evening, May D'I I
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NOTICI OF SALE Of TAX CERT1FICATE9 -
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Application N*. MISKullM
la horror lose" that TkMdorw!
wily .bu fllod with. w wrttMi rooi.it
that the IK .....I'ln.. towtbrr. with illnibwiivnl
emitted or ....... tout Mrlpdln -I
> IK. mr l.l. held b.. tin at b M
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for welt h u provided b.. chapter IS2l, of
the' 1017 Act of the Loiklaturo, open tko
following _'1..... Ml I .UI* IP tin County
of Dodo. BUM of riortd.. to-wltl
a..% d scaly d ME% d NW It-.Elf :
of NW'4 seed,. It, Town-hip N. Rental ,ayr ,
SS, eoiiUlnlra' as sew mar* or .... The qa
ta..a to .ka MM pro otldMood kr .mHleatoIW
.1 of IMI and r prn ta .... fen tho
peon 1910 to I.... both Inolwlvr, >ndIM14SIS.
emanating to "4.11.
Lot ST Block 1 a Raw It containing' IS fcrrai more or
Tho team to .be soh. an ...blessedby
_It,..... HIO of IIU and represents
Santa fur tin rn 1(90 to 1 1tliMlra I.... both ,In-
and 1MT-IMS amounting to Ull.il.
lot 11-14 Block I Miami Land a Drv. Y Yd Yz
Co. Sorting IS Township IT lUnst II
eonltlnltii 10 cano noM or !... Tk
to.M to .b> will .n evidenced b.. mttflnteM4
of INI lad rapraimu talent for the.
reap III to INI, both lltrlullvr and a d
117.11111. _onntll.. to "".11.
Lot II Plunk 4 Miami Land 4 D.v ('"
MIMOII n ll TowMktv 17 Ruitr M ..,n
....1.. I Mra moro or '''. n>. t''0- 1namd
to .b> wild are o.Ide...d bit on-tin I .i. 1M.-
of 1541 and rapra.ents Ia.... t" "I.i,, ,
INS both toludn. end IMT-ltll. ">n'' ,X0' '
her to '.'L 1116
Lota II a 16 Blmk < Mlnini, ,...d a avol }
0... Co. aeethm. II To.III" ", R.o ',''. A
I. .aaWning I" a- purr '.r "H '1 too )d 40"
UMM to b> Mid >K nldwirotl I..) i i it
.M tM W last Md npr... nt ,,,
far the rwn 1MO to llll, both i" i > ,v '
Will IMt.llM amounting to I.'i ; V vL4civ" *
Lot I? a II Block i Miami Uixl A J). ranked an ou t sianding
Co. acacias n TowMhiv 57 11 <
The u>o> to .b. uld ON rvicta ...l 1 '
IMntt Use of IMI sod ....._.0. 1.,
for MM moan IN to "". bulb ln.lu.iv.
and 1M1-IUS. mounting k IU H.
loW tu nnlfioitoi _hot With all
nbjMMM emitted or ...Iad wean will ; V
b. toM to UM highest ........ at UM Door
Mom ll Utanl. M tW lath day d JimtIMS.
beginning M tko. .bear *f ,u. ..'....... t1
A. M.. or u won thereafter .. Ik* MUMDMI /!' high d to \qfilckttarttay\
Sony .be r.nub.d 1. den gtar
M Mfemil. Florhta, Did UM tllhdw
of may I....
E. B. LCATMEKMAM
Clerk of rini.li C
Dade g WH> riorMaClraill
( Court Sad,
Hr JHOP rltNWo 0 L
( ..HUb..l May 17 J_ a '" Far Thete exp rtenc d drtirer ;
57,5% ttor. vote. Ihon lh o x bl"rhli! <0 ft Itat,.MAHt!

DON'T BE SKINNY OF THtSK OASQUNe* WEJ lpfci .P MttlWl*'

S Amazing low w. at falM an sites of S ae aside II "tIede k* adding, t* pnici0 rtTjtU. Stace *evr epra t'eculr .e; bettet owoDlwic' 1
'h." Vltmmlaa and Iran (ai roouln 4ta
vmoi) i* v diet. Wood Only. peHonn tatUtoetortlV. o Tlously suCtt a a olto will
apptfwa hr.proTM blood mad
.rUnnlil UwiMa.,0 HWM i* orals?Bootto West w.lfMsaws boo helped." sorely (MHorm as well of pOMlbtr bB r to elder cat*. Wake year MsawrfeJ Day blf ea t/aa pared. an
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THE LEADER-ENTERrRISI I m fLORID ,"litf lm! J!At4WjW v 2 tfi4AfgGCt'SWGE m Milk Public Board HealthTo Safeguards i

,........ ,....." .1 ..._.. nttP .. .
N. rear sod" ...w....... c.. -
., ; appreciate how much the
.*'N All'RIBABJOSIR .._ Role" i ; ; : .r
r Florida Milk Board means to the ,
' tlACH 4KCRKBM 't M
,. A.w RdlaRnt.r.d ANCml7yMESw ;;; e safeguarding of health of our cm-

..fin*' .|OH mail Molt. f'r $ con*. one has only to "sit in" on one
H.n* I. ",.. M the root offlrcortto t tN.M.to" .. of the hearings held by the board '
.. ., moor MM MI 01 in their "board room" at the State\
M. 11. js7waURSCRrrTtON
r' Board of Health building In Jack.
MICE II.M A TEAI NEAll.'D 10 M aoavilte. I

., ov..e 800 At the head of the conferencetable

Dollar Value in Beautification + ? N .t a tl s YI 01' sits Mrs. J D. Alderman and

: L/ around the table are members of ,

the commission consisting of rep.

By Alice B. Dodd Chairman reeentutlve of the milk disc ibu-

BoauMflealkHi Committee, riorldiAjMrUUoa ,. . ,, ,j: tors and milk producer Grouped d

.f Real Estate Boards around them are producer' and
'
What does Mrs Housekeeper dowlun distributors from all over the state

she Is expecting friends to who have report or grlevenct for

come for tea or an afternoon ol the board to iron out usually by

bridge? cities so they can confer among

She has the lawn out and the t' themselves when the spokesman .'

di',id leaves and grass cutting) uI A i t q ) y presents their case

i ,kid up and taken away. She Among one day's cmesour'

'I' --pa the walk and front porch, commentator sights the following:

she polishes\ ,,ml dusts the hall.he I A producer, who received some
bottles from an extinct 1"c"i mge,
spares no effOJ-11 to have the
had the name of the disti Iltutor
,
li 'ig room whiii' ten will be
ground off by sandblast and pro
u .od. Ill pct: / fact otdet.., I 0
c("dod to use bottles vliuh na.
She null not tultrttr a pile ol
jig lit tuially gave unsightly dept 11 lncel1Ithouh
t.. -I, on the sidewalk lit her gate. I '
..Vi t + ,( they were probabK Just
an.. bus the broken down tricycle M
v I'f | n is clean as if clear to rttluti hit;:.
111 junior' left on the from lawn
milk I But the point was he was ..
put iway out ol sight. She If most .
unfair ,
offering competition o i- another -
I' .. tlculur to see that the children's, I .
dairyman claimed they were
li"it"* and coats are mull in the ctos-
this bottles. After the healing! the
rt .Ind not parked on the Chairs.
'
, board went into exccutut session
Our state ta the hostess to two I And< a fine resulted. "
millions of tourists and prospective h"IC
Next case was one tt aI
1.
citizens every :year Our highways 41 I producer reported another p;'

a* they come into town, are the I i ucer had not properly sit I'tilzeri

front walks our suburbs are the his bottles by steam process as a'

)Iiwn and ran sheets irt the boiler was broken down. A tine, .

porches and lull. Ito I ough which 1 i and warning from the boo d I \\'114'I

our visitors must; ;I",'i, i.,. u' ah the I threat of evoking liccmi If re- '
Inner sanctum of out utits. At I
itcd. resulted.
tt PL I
present our front u ilk, are udorn- I' A case of a distribute i JlIyini i

ed with old weather-lieeten sign, hit milk from a neighbour. stable

miry flopping in the wind and while health rules men 11'1 t at

huge sign boards that destroy the' Strict or standards as high. theta

beuuty of our counLrY8: or estimated the !distributing: products in iom| lalnng -
The beautiful LOTUS has the distinction Various authorities have
First Impression are the most dnirymen'i te1'l'.tOl'Hesult.
important These first Impressions of belonging to A family of flowers age of the GIANT PATRIARCH near was commission sent two of the

me gained not downtown on our among the oldest on earth. It was used by Longwood to date back to the glorious days I board to hold hearings mi ,!', state ,

beautiful wide clean main the ancient Egyptians in sacred rites and of Egypt 1400 B. C. Others more conservative where violation occurred so tllat

in our spotless, beautifully.treets'l decorative art. The Hindus also retarded have estimated that it could not bolder both sides of story could be invest(
scaped parks, nor In our it as sacred while to the Greeks it eyrnbol- gated "
than the time of Julius Caesar how-
public buildings nor on our [zed female pulchritude. Once worldwideIn ; The standard of dalrproduct I *

gn-en golf course' Nv these tint distribution, the lotus is today restrictedto ever, the learned Herman Kurz, botanist, !distributed i ui Florida' is such that

impressions are gamed tea miles but few spots on the globe among which Florida State College for Women, believesits every citizen should be proud otI ..

nut of town as the tourbil lOUt Is Florida. It has been found in great abun- age to bs about 2,800 years. This giant I .ecommending them to oui \ I-..to

slung the highway dance in Payne's Prairie south of Gaines- cypress is, without doubt, the oldest living The milk board Is merely the IOv .

Do you think friend tourist is ville and also in a small pond within the Floridian and inspires all who view it with .erning body, the bookktepi 1 an4

going to be favorably impressedwith city limits of Tallahassee ; nevertheless it I a sense of awe. It measures nearly 48 feel ;management a* It were "<- the

your town or my town if he I seems destined to,extinction. in circumference."So I producers and distributor> in each

rues through a lane of sign boards area make their bases in i ktepln

;tinning In?u/ he going I to pause : DO THINGS! LIKE THAT WHEN I This Is Florida"i Improvement tt Begins I with cost and problem' ; in l'acl\'"
lieie and a home If, when he I "I" area.-Florida Dispatc'i
I DRINK] Says Woman's book. "So This Is With I -_
tikes his family out for a Sunday I Attack-I i their new i

dine. through the IUlTOundlnl1 er. And Juat beneath I* folI I Florida," the author of "Florida Every man who I* worth while Billy Arthur Passes
:
country, all he can see a lowing statemeps e I to the Making". Frank Parker ambitious and desirous of making Annapolis Entranc
of old signs "The poisoiC hips Encyclopedia
I i Stockbrldge and Jo1-* Holliday progress wishes to advance Be-
This state Is one of the playgrounds -
Brltannlca 'primarily affects the Perry, have given u* a timely tnitereetlng cannot take many forward steps I Billy Arthur son of Mr. and Mrs.,
of our nation, we lend
brain. The senses gradually become book
and Informative hat
I : of Homestead
A. F. Arthur |
out Invitations far and wide for our difficult without bettering his condition
hazy speech a for the edification of Floridians received notice that he has passed!,
friends to come here to play and Slimy have obscure the vision, and Florida tourist and visitor and to do that he must constanbV examination of the'
entrance
rnjoy life; we lay claim to the the head seem lighter than usual The impression of Florida which keep himself In good trim, render II,the United States Naval Academy aC'
most famous beach In the world,i %
unstable Soon
the equilibrium and be intelligent
service -
"So This Is Florida" leaves upon higher more Annapoll He will lease the
the most Ideal climate we insist coordination of the falls, object I A
eyes the reader i* precisely the impression la what be U doing. second week In June to tike a 1
our azaleas and cypreee garden I 1 appear double or unstable, which every loyal Floridian 1 one person said the ether day, final physical examination at thy
are the most beautiful our resort 1 f '
the drinker babbles, becomes
quar- I In the "Improvement always begins
would like to have planted : academy.
hotels the moo imposing our snu.ti .- '
I refeome or boisterous. And people world. with T. I
minds of the rest of the
'.tl| and cultural attractions the commit crime, drive automobile -The Casualty Insurer I LEGAL NOTICED
book contain a great deal!
The
finest. But what good aU these at high rates of speed, attack -
wonderful things It we allow na unguarded women, make of valuable and IBumtaative Information ..011 TAS:

ture's simple beauties to be destroyed special nuisances of themselves, about Florida's climate Quinine i I xn//n.: CPAPTaaill.at. ACTS PIN

by signs'We flu courts and Jails--and their excuse carefully checked by weather bureau I Nosk nt.a+":.::;.." steels. that impel' .jaorta.
want to make an appeal t* that they "do things tike report No one need be kept I Quinine I Is one ol our most valued .h.rl.d hwbad and wif,
through the civic pride of the away from Florida for fear of and important medicines. ... of state twit county Tax C.tflwtaNo. i
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peopk |lUlu l when they drink. -The Union IT*** .nd inn is-ued l ih'. It dot
who own the property along Signal hurricane, it say*. People do l Particularly In the treatment of of Auiriut A. D. lat ho" sled ..">.Jr to

MM highways to take down from not need to have more tear of them malaria Its use I* widely recom :- Office dead, .!to> he"b. ..:;:uKto MIOMIIOrtKlntoi nwllratiMitu law

their treee and fence posts these than of visiting Chicago because mended. The story of the discovery ombraM th< folluwlntrrlbrt

terrible' eyesore. We feel sure iA Parable on GovernmentThere of banditry. of this medical product is UU of proportr FI_. In task the: Tuunl "' DooIIo t

that many of these owners d*, cot I It a prayer used In the'I I -So This I* Florida I* dedicated found among the record at the., Lot 1 JIi.ltl *tMOIWT.. a Baby.t4
eve know that their property 1* by the author to Dr. David Florida State Board of Health in: Plot .; I* the r"
Church of Scotland before the Dodo. BUM of theta. M = =
dweraled to thia manner. of Parliament which Fairchild: ot Coconut Grove thefamous Jacksonville, In the following in- I :.rtitkna No 1WM, Too .
opening .
run I ..... tho Sells .rtll/raa
S* left art get together and botanist and son-in-law of Wresting form: oild piop Hr -,. l
something like this "BI.., 0 Lord I .wired eau hi the .._ rot cattle MINbLa
help auto MIl state ant only the the two Houses of Parliament now I Dr. Alexander Graham Bell. inventor '- It WM ht February, 1(31, when t, Block S. little K:7... Soler
moat wesMfcttful place to live In I of the telephone. Ia I i PM Book S. pos. S*. ta .. .
assembled and overrule their deliberations I appreciation the physician to Countea Ana, D.OV. BUM of Florida .. mn i"Cortlflraw >
but abe the snort beautiful for the people's good." I ft the services he ha rendered wife of : No. 171W TM MMiioiMjkwool i.-
said
ForidetJ Journal. Overrule, mark you, not guide or to Florida' agriculture and, chesr.!, of Slow WM pp-rtr hi the, aadw.._,the of Cuts .. "'"... ,
direct the assumption being that :horticulture sine 1898, when" he :with the bark: ot a tree which the Valve MM OrtlfloMol ok*" "TJ? %
low. slue Ptoao'W
t..ned sot..dlae Io
Where the Blame Belongs. they are almost certain to be :established the first plant introduction I Inn Indian had brought into Peru) hoeHkd _10 ..... M .Y 5. 1M 01.0.1'
wrong I would take these word garden to Miami Dr. Fairchild from Xucador. She recovered and, ,Iddrr ., the e-rt is- door w theIra
toy
...tII of July
I. tM
Striking photograph and drawings as a parable, for they night wen WM fop many years, until his her husband immediately startedas .h"all.d.v Ia 1M "le day d July, 1048Q..e.h

depicting trim that have be our attitude toward life and retirement, the chief pluM explorer expedition to the mouth of the tab 5L y5. LRATiERNAN.

their souses IB liquor filled more that law and government without i'i ot Ole federal deportment ot agriculture / Animism to procure rare of the CIortt of C..k C.uL

Uwa half the front page of the which fife cannot be lived. Wei I and the book gives him bark. ,>>ado C- rMrld..

Minajeapaila; Star. recently when( dare not Overrule authority since : credit for having brought to 1'101'-1 History relate that be later (cities C-i4 N. c anaUTT, p. 4

the mast who had brutally attacked I we know It i* our own creation. ida and acclimated here Carried some of the bark: to Spain (hip 11; Jesse, 5. t5. I. IIJ8II j

a woman companion tried to avoid I but we dare not undervalueR :of varieties ot tree, fruit, vegetable I where It wa spread over France SOTTC houJtof

u prison sentence by laying the because we realize its supreme t and flower and thence throughout the world. 'I'M*."l7oRlB*...AT. .., &to.CO.t**, ''i "" ,

blame ere tb Maw* he had cat- ,practical seed So we obey it It to Ubwtrated with O tun-I The Indiana called It"quinaqumo" T1LIZEB: co. will oo slaw o. th. Plea .la
sum**. ]sad wv pray far iti-Lord Tweed,I' peg plain, and to published by but the bark wa*. named Chbtehona ._..... nu.- .. I .. .. ,, Tooair. -'

In Urge type above the pictures mulr, governor-general of Can John H. Perry Publishing Cora- in honor of the Peruvian! Jar siand ha, J.-'.... ......, rr..Wst,' ,

: : ,!\\I., In the Rou .aI}.. Davy 9 JacksoavpiR w.'Jk_ r count***., I "(\/if.'i:%'I J. I=:

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Friday, May 27,1938 THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Pane Five

!was declared ended by unanimous ,....... prevision for a light, fast truck to
consent, and a Charlie McCarthy Under the latest schedule proposed pick up UM air mail which now
I Early i Pilgrimage to the Redlands c dummy donated by the tied Cross for star motor nuts Mil aeaves here at 4:30: p. m., as the

By Catherine Bell ',Drug Store ot Miami wee awardedthe between Miami art Ky West 1:4$ p. m. star route carrier would
Lions as first pram, and a tats city would dispatch and receive arrive In Miami too late to make
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.IHlllLW'! bottle liniment and a box of gumdrops two mails daily, including the airport connection.If : .
n. is tile _,Grow........ -(.1,__.. !girls to go to college and to the I donated-by the Dixie Drug Sundays. Two tripe dally in each the department agree to these
,
wkkii tab tile Viol RIM.ty 9.1..1 III' tile aew.4 Md..5 bktvw e" Salvation Army This guild la I Store was given the Foils as al direction would leave and arrive changes, as he anticipate, Mr.
Kmll.k 4rr.ru..t .< Ik* *'*!... Biikrind. still doing Its good work and III consolation prise. a* follows: Livingston said, the suggestion to
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....... BMrM fnrft Mlnl ..* ta ... helpful many ways.ACKNOWLEDGMENT. I I Before the meet, It was Southbound: leave Miami 1 a.' use busses as mail canters, couldbe
Mae ......... wrtallr III UM UWwbitoKliriM. discarded. He outlined various
.... .r ... area ckspura *M ..HUM tired through town by a adver-I m., arrive Homestead (:.40 a. m.,
kr a ,""._t M *iit infer MM MW I'wagon loaned by Burton's arrive Key West S p. m. reasons why the use of busses
*MM W Mb &1... P..... tMUatto The Information for this workIs ment StaN and J. W. Northbound: leave Key West would be impracticable and said

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Brewer, obtained from the following operated by Charlie J. 6 p. nv, arrive Homestead 11.49 he believed the new schedule, revised -
residents of Redland, left Oka- people without whose aid we local electrician,on a battery turn- p. m., arrive Miami 1 a. m. according to his suggestions,
should have been tehed by Western Auto Associate would be adequate to meet all demands -
unable to
humpka Lake County, Florida, proceed Southbound: leave Miami 12:01:
on May 37, 1906, for Miami and : Store of Homestead. The P.T.A. a. m., arrive Homestead 1:13 a. nu, of the Homestead post- ,
they arrived on Friday. Travel Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Albright, cleared a little more than $30 arrive Key West 7 su m. office '

fog In a wagon pulled by a team I'Miss Johnnie Lee Andrews, Mr. from the meet and suppers sold Northbound: leave Key West
of mules, they brought with them M. A. Baker, Mr. and Mrs. F. L. there. 11.43: m., arrive Homestead 3.49 WANT ADS PAY :

two coops of chickens, two bird Bernecker, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas p. m, arrive Miami 7.13: p. m. ,
dogs, a parrot, their baggage, a bag Brewer, Mrs. Eva Castello Mrs. ,.
TWO MAILS In the opinion of Postmaster
of wheat and a wick of corn. Their Mary Epperson, Mr. and Mrs. C. .
eat was a bale of hay. A. Gossman, Mrs. H. IL Graham, t!Livingston this schedule offers .
After Mr. a A. Halnlin, Mrs. O. W. (Continued from Page one) ') more satisfactory service than the R. ,\
they put their money In service existing before curtailment
Moody, Mr. Dan Roberts, Mrs. ganlxatlons whoM delegate t
the Fort Dallas Bank left Inj
they
|was threatened although It will en-
Miami about noon to start for Walter Thompson, Mrs. Flora Joint session last week adopted'!tail; a readjustment of office hours J IJ II

their homestead. They stoppedat them by unanimous vote |to place a clerk on duty to receive I E 1 I
Burdine's store In an effort to Vlhlen.FIELDMEET The plan submitted to the and dispatch the midnight malls. 1e It
top at the "Punch Bowl". They stead postmaster by the Answering the letter from the t
.wanted to be sure to get a drink of of the railway mall 80111I-1 department yesterday, Mr. Livingston

water there because the water near (Continued From Page One) week still Includes the said be had tentatively ap-
the. beach Is sweet Coach Bleler with solid help from once of star motor route proved the new schedule, providedone I i
They went on to Cutler and stop- Adrian Jacobs, and unencumbered tween Miami and Matecumbe and: northbound trip Is revised to:
ped at a supposed hotel where they with as much deadwood as a elimination of mail and parcel post I permit dispatch: of Homestead
ate. They went out and bought diamond ball lineup necessitates, service on trains 41 and 42 but,I mall at 6.43: Instead of 3.43 p. m,
food because the owner didn't want!I'Just naturally romped all over the,the arrival and departure times thereby giving patron another GeneralPublic
to feed them free. They stopped I'I Lions quintet, with a resultingscore have been changed to exclude some I hour to get their afternoon mailIn
at a shop where they were making of 13-6. of the objectionable features of the office and eliminating one Utilities
bamboo furniture and where the I Dodge ball, the game that gave the schedule proposed three weeks I of Uw main objections to the

famous sausage tree stands to Inquire -I the most fun to the spectators, re- ,ago with a resulting storm of dis-,I original plan.
directions. Upon reachingthe suited in a win for the Lions, who I approval from patron of the! Mr. Livingston said he had ask- Homestead Phone 515-M
end of the good road, they stop made 47 hits out of 71 throws,I Homestead office and surrounding ed the department to make special:
ped and had a very good breakfastand :compared to the Rotes' 93 hits out'
a kindly smile from the Cutler' of 88 throws. The stick race,
station man and his family. where six men from each club
Next they came to Perrine and: line up and each takes turn in
stopped at the section houses and running to the other end of the

ate breakfast. The people would- gym and back with a stick, the
n't accept pay for feeding them. other end of which Is grabbed by,
Then they came to the glades the next man In line as the run-
which bad Just been planted In II ner returns and is moved in the Pontiac

tomatoes. The water was up path of the legs of the remainingmen
over the road which ta now Ham-! who must hurdle It or go
lin drive The next stop was the
down, was also a source of great
Tweedell Corner on Redland road entertainment. As the stick approached ,
and Halnlin drive. The trees had the line of men and the1ieapedln
Just been cut down as far u men succession, the line look Rules the Low Price Field
could reach. The palmetto roots
ed like an undulating wave and
were very bumpy. Driving down the players "floated through the
Redland road, they came to Coco air with the greatest of ease." The
Palm drive where Mr. Brodle's Lions floated the quickest, how-

house stands now. ever, and won this event also. I i / Safety Shift
Mr. Frank Kaymen named Red- The schedulers of the events: .
land for lit red ROIL Mrs. E. W. figured without weighing the cali-

Martin and Mn. C. A. Ckwanwn ber of the players taking part,, / $10 .
were the first women to homestead however, for when the fat men's
here Mr. Bauer built an unoc basketball game was reached, all / /

cupied. store and the road were the fat men were "out" from previous 1 / Extra
awful.In
exertions, and there were .
Mrs. Brewer' own words: not enough playt-s for the grudge
"When we came to what was call game or the tug of war. The meet 1/
ed the Longview Trail, Mr. Brewer
aid this was the end of our Journey -
By that time all the hairpins I
I / I ,
were out of my hair and the wire
G&LROOFING I
on the hay was a foot wide." Mrs. /1
COUPE $938 I
:Brewer said If she ever saw the
I
northwest corner of Homestead CO.
again, It wouldn't be her fault. / / "
TUDOR SEDAN $968
The Brewers' first home in Red- / /
land was a one-room cottage rent Johns.landlIe
ed from the Spencers, with a porchon
three sides which was to suffice Bonded Roofers FORDOR SEDAN $1019 / /

until they could build a home /
on their homettead. Mr. Spencer
met them, greeted them, and said SHEET METAL CRAFTSMEN TUDOR TOURING SEDAN $991 "

that he was expecting them soon I '
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because he saw their things at the
station. Mr. Spencer asked Mrs G&LSOLAR FORDOR TOURING SEDAN $10.15
Brewer how she liked the country.:I

Mrs. Brewer said she had shed HEATER
enough tears to float back to New DELIVERED IN HOMESTEAD

)'ork. j II TM .ra InollW to tMt Mr ..r
Their first excitement was a ...9M.. ....... of ImperW wild
hurricane on October 18th, 1006. .-.. role (Ml ..... lnlnl
No one had much furniture-(or -,... before trade
example, Mrs. Brewer's kitchen Better see us you

cabinet was a big box with: shelves.
Everything in It was blown to the
G. & L. ROOFING CO.
floor. The stove was fun of
water and coffee was: an over the IlLUlI FLORIDA.
16. IL 19111 a. 6 .. IL ...... 1.1618

lamp.The Sunday school opened in,

September 1906, and It held services Preston B. Bird Motor Co.
every Sunday. In February,
1907, the Pioneer Guild was organized DR.R.S.AKERSDENTIST I
through the efforts of the
Rev G. B. Clarklns. It still stands. Homestead, Fla. Phone 18
Mrs. Bird Fitzpatrick gave It the
name. The object of the organization Office Hours: I a.m.toSP.ro. South Krome AvenueAcross I
was to honor the church and Sunday I to II ,
I
to make better growers. Closed BilartUrs from Tag Agency
The pioneer Guild gave a fold
medal to the best standing mem-I Free Parking Space
ber of the Junior Class in Redland.
174 If. W. S6TH ST. MIAMI
The first social of the guild was I
held at the home of Mn. Kneel I PHONE Mill

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I Pare Six THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday, May 27, 1988HOMESTEAD i

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H. .. ........ ._. .. "..__.." "_.__ "" ley and Edna Booth our ability to ings which I may have left in the
Class
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quarrel continuously over nothingI art room.

SCHOOL NEWS I Effle Booth leave my sex I, Esther Pope leave my ability J
I When the golden ran Is melting,. appeal to Nina Dyal to wear a diamond without revealing '
In the of the
purple night
I! I. Willela! Bullard leave my the giver, to Barbara .
By Nella Sales There Is promise of the morrow, ability to wear "several class rings Burke
That it will be fair and bright
___ ... at the same time to Eunice Walk I, Nellie Mae Martin, dispose of
'"" """"""''''''''"'''''''''''''''' '''"'''''''''" ''' '"'' '"' '''' or I Se today we see the gleaming,
I Through regrets that we must part er.I I my reputation for never havingmy '1'
History of Class 1938 Of the beauty of the future. Cecelia Harper will my favorite home work In on time to Blaai -

BY EUGENE: RCIIERR AND ELLEN VANN I In the hope that fill each heart. pastime of reading books to Sullivan.I .
I Eugene Saunders. I Margaret Berger hand over
All the years we spent together I, Wade Smith leave my abilityto my old diamond ball suit to Mary
Primary which was won by Mary Hanson ''Mid the seesMM we love so well, farm, my farm !tpols Implements Mistretta.I .

Twelve yens ,is<> tinrtccn member the Titian-haired beauty. There, Will remain as sweetest mmTrlesi and knowledge to Billy I IClarll. Randolph Cave, leave my 'ft
of out pit" cut graduating was a greater flutter of excitement I Wrapt to youth's sweet mystic We are sure he will make !athletic ability to Elwin Cooper.
i ',,,s entered Homestead school just before Christmas when we I spell a success of It I I, Jane Keviy, have ay abilityto .,
I 1M tl.i, fin! t,me They were received our rings. About this I As we journey down life's pethI I, Ed Pacettl. will my popularity keep my vocal cords In constant '
\. !Mrr Popt Elf; it! Booth Margant time Willard Norman entered the with the girls at noon time and use to Marcia Oauacns. 'J
I I I
Berger Phyllis Parman Evelyn senior doss. I i Still oratou'hte will oft return my bus and free transportation to I I, Willard Norman, leave my

Pope, Frances I.utt, Marjorie Redd We celebrated the traditional'ITo the happy days remember'd Virgil Bailey. dry wit and humor to Banks By-
Ellen Vann. Dorothy Horn, Ed Senior Skip Day by a picnic at Where we strove life's rules to I, Phyllis Parman leave my so- I I rum. '.

Pacettl, Wade Smith Raymond Royal Palm State Park. "Girl 1,I I learn. ihlacated walk and dancing to I I. Mary Ranson leave my abU'I'I A
Robert and Randolph Cave. I Shy" was the name of the amusing Jeanette ..Campbell.We ity to hold control and my temperto
The drat grade was very event- play we gave as our final bit of'!I We go forth with firm endeavor Eloise and Norma Cowman, Lillian Booth.
ful for theM thirteen youngster entertainment. It was a success:I And e purpose ever true leave; our singing ability to the I T* Mac, we leave our good
under the guiding hand of Mini I from every point of view and!I And our motto Is 'Perfection. Field twins.I wishes for all the favors he has i
Jackson and Mrs Edwards. We everyone taking part enjoyed it In whatever we may do.' Eugene Scherr, will to my extended to us.
were very happy to have Mary and will long remember it I But though lands or seas divide us, sister my standard of being the IN WITNESS WHEREOF We

Ranton, Nina Pearl Bush Alt Class Day May 18, we had a We will- ever cherish dear only one In the class who managesto have hereunto set our hands and 1
Webster, and Willard Barnes join beach picnic and came back with I Our beloved Alma Mater, have the lesson prepared-especially seal this eighteenth day of May, '
ui In the second trade while Eugene ( sunburns and with sand in our I And her name will we revere. In Latin.I A. D. nineteen hundred and thirty-
Scherr was the sole entrantIn shoes The formal exercises were Alta Webster bequeath my eight.
the third grade. These eighteen held on the stage of Neva King! Class Will ability to cut-do the teacher In SENIOR CLAS.

excited, pupils eagerly looked forward I Cooper auditorium at 8 p. m. at I I English clsss to Oscar CJonlnger. Signed, sealed, published and
to the time when they would which time the class will and prophecy I, Raymond Roberts, leave my :declared by the said Senior Classas
enter the fourth grade were read. All that regains By Randolph Caves, Dorothy role of Romeo of the Senior Class their last will and testament, in

When w. went back to school is the final official act-we I Horne and WllleU Bullard to Harvey Rue I the presence of each other witnesses -

the next fall six new pupils joined walk up the aisle and get that i i We, the members of the Senior I, Bonnie Myer.. will my music to said Instrument.

ui, swelling our number to twen- coveted slip of paper for which we I Class of Homestead High School talent to Lester Archer.I I Witnesses
ty-four. Our latest addition have worked lo, these many years of the city of Homestead, Countyof Marjorie Moser bequeath to Ruth 'L Scott,

were Bonnie Myers, Marjorie: Dade State of Florida being of Louise Pacettl my sincere love for Margaret Maynard.

Moser Nellie Mae Martin Peggy sound mind and disposing memory, cats.
Allen, NelU Saul. and Cecelia Class ProphecyBy do hereby make publish and declaj'gjhis I, Ellen Vann, leave my vitality w1ats

Harper. We look back to the our last will and testament Mid enthusiasm to Denieze Mor- 1

fifth and sixth grade with great Mary KyTT I hereby revoking all former ton.I.
pleasure for It was then that we Pierre McDaniel the class will, bequests and devises of Mosley Sever leave my abil-

played baseball with Redland un- president, will enter the Diesel whatever nature by us made. VafAt :-I"dln, to graceful
der the excellent coaching of Mr. I Engineering school of Philadelphia I First: To the on-coming Senior
Sommen. In the sixth grade to take a course In engineering. I Class we bequeath all our privileges I, Willard Barnes, give my DR. B. E. GATLIN
both real and imaginary.Also avoirdupois (In other words, my I''
Mr Cooper and Mri. Wynn took Randolph Caves some day will ,
charge of u*. Moiety Sever Mary 'be superintendent of the Miami the right to occupy our seats excess weight) to Truitt BulUrd.I( X-Ray and
In I know that you don't need It,1
assembly.
Adams and Pierre McDaniel came Eastern Air Lines office.
Second: The individual member but I had to give It to someone.I I General DentistryOffice
In. making our number that much Willard Norman will be directorof I
stronger. Miami Symphony orchestra.Ed of the clan will the following to Raymond Hayes leave my I
members of the student attitude toward the girls to Jack
body: I
Junior High Pacetti as a movie Idol will I Hoars: t a. m. to 5 p. m.
After leaving the sixth grade!1 try to live up to his present rep I, Marjorie Redd leave to Clara Ga tUn. I Sundays by appointment
I I Harriet
Kllch leave bashfulness
.we were prepared for our tint I utation as having a way with the Belle Stuart my sober and attentive my -
ladies. attitude in class.I for reading before an aud-' Phones: Office 85, Re. ( O-B

big and jump-Into junior high the school seventh At usual grade Raymond Roberts will tour the Nina Pearl Bush, dispose of 'I' fence to Charlotte GeronlmoI I Homestead, Fla.Don't ", "+
Dotty Home bequeath to
my neatness to Louise Barnei.I ,
country giving lectures to high
wo seventh graders, at first walked
Pierre McDaniel, leave to Herman Knight some of my draw-
round In awe but finally we be- school students under the name
Allen Pope my ability to run out --- -
of Robert Louis Stevenson.
> i me the terrors of the achool.1II's .
Eugene Scherr will be busy of gas, oil, and have flat tires at
Webb
Gladys and Mr. Crossstew
Risk ROOF Leaks
chemical convenient times and places on mydates.
our sponsis ,I nd they really working as a engineer
*-rt ..i tough tim of 11 Our class for a large rayon factory. .
v. .h! coniidereUK imiened by Wade Smith will be known as I' I, Mary Adams leave my moth- \
the" new memlnis i [ho included the great mash potato planter of erly dramatic role to Lucille West I ,
I, Mary Kyle bequeath the rest
1 1nvnl i ." llnllud\ Harriet the south ..
\K' ''i 1. and Eloii.ind, ;Not ma GossIn Dorothy Home will some day I lof the Redland boys to Sybil Cheshire .

I' 1J 1\\ b be H famous commercial artist. I II I ., i
Mary Elizabeth Kyle is going intake I, Iva Dyal, leave to Helen Parker ....
J the eighth glad" \I'e calmed I
Janice I' my ability to keep my hair .1
Jarrett's place as the _
dt I \ "n ii food do ,I d liu,, to the ex- well dressed at all times. ',
beat dressed model In America.
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tHIent guidance' of our homeroom ; ..
I, Nella Sauls, bequeath
Frances Lott will be private secretary mymodo.ty. .
j
IrKhers, Mr. Welsh', and Mm Mary I' .yl -'. 'i"-\
to the President of U. S. A. bashful ways, and my ;. : i ;."
Webb As frc-ilimcn. all ""
thlrty-
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sweet disposition to Jane Gat- W-
Nellie Mae Martinaai her heart .;,
two of us expel tented the horrible) Un.
set on becoming a movlt star.
ordeal of rat d.>x but managed to
Bonnie Myers as city clerk of I, Peggy Allen leave to Edwina
live through It After the first Florida City will be the financial Close my knack of getting boyfriends Repair or Replace Old Roof
few weeks we \\PII no longer molested boss of that fair city. from Miami High and may ';:

and thoroughly began to Phyllis Parman is the Olympic she have better luck than I did. before had tvcalhcr sets in.
enjoy our high school life under .
diving star of 1958. We Evelyn Pope and Frances
cur teachers, Mrs Mary Webb and Esther Pope shall be known asa Lott do bequeath to Helen Grading BAD weather quickly locates the weak spots in
Miss Thelsen
world famed Interior decorator.Evelyn .. New leaks develop, and old ones get ,i
School I a costume designer day.
High some
Pope will be seen someday ''il
Wise
worse. property owners refuse to take chances
After It'avln11<' ninth grade RI superintendent of the bosjpltal Cecelia Harper Is known the .,.
out egoism gradually began too I for nurses In Modello. world over as a famous surgeon -they have risky roofs put In good condition or ,

\. i.II"s we ent -e.t l Sic'! HI.1 lot | Muijihle Redd is to be a great Jane Keel; "DETAIL"-she says replaced before any damage occurs.
tli' rule of SOK'II'mores (or wise beautician. she wants to be second Fannie When new roofs are needed, we can supply the

tnok us one of our sponsors Mr. Nella Souls, a teacher of English Brice. right type of Carey Shingles or Roll Roofings at
Huomiw.{ put it). Mrs. Field in the Homestead Junior Col Harriet KUch will take a law the right
I ; price. We'lc1adly furnish a free
out beloved! hiRi school English course, specialising in domestic
trulur\ was the other sponsor. legeMostly Sever Broadway'sclossal relations. estimate on these time tested roofs.

Tli. only new entrant! that year actress. We'll some day see Marjorie :
Jane Keel Ellen of beach Moser as a social service worker I
wa 1 Vann is a buyer
The next ye.Ijuniors\ under ,,nid bathing togs for Burdine'snew In New York. BROODER LUMBER CO.
the tutorship <>f :MIH Becker wet store Alta Webster will be making
'innrd 1 great I Hi n':< nnd did sucked !I Willsrd Barnes-dean of Prince- her debut I' a metropolitan opera ( Y Telephone 62 Homestead, Fla.
I
.m I 1\:ixIn' ., better carnival ion 1'nivewlty. star.
and linn I Etota and Norm Ootsotan (with
pl.\ banquet any pre- | Raymond Hayes beeuUcian.I
their little sister, Rachael) will
\ 'lou.i junior cl- we thought. Mary Adams an I
(>ui roll rose to t Pili'+ I) -fll'..' on the I Mary Hanson shall be = be radio singers taking the place

"I, ton of in o -\M--t ilisa- I the country with the moat photographed ,,0J the famous Boswell sisters.

'" Mm' I .1 i;, Kyle 1 and I models of America. I
R.mend, Hay "I' ,,1"1 "if our Joy i i Peggy Allen "Is to be a commercial -
; a I
itt finisinnii+ Hi, i anion ear and artist who win draw fashion i
'i OR. M. A. BERGER
< ,t'v nix the '<. i ;. ,\sty l 1)\ the v nt' ""I out be- Margaret Berger will be the
tit p.tn''I':1I.; :' : M t' Summers who !''head of the school for baseball Dentist Surveys MapsA.

i h I been with us for seven years.i coaches.
We returned to school In September | Etfle Booth will be teen a* .i Pint National Bank
1937. at dignified Seniors missionary in the darkest part ofi R. LIVINGSTON
under the leadership of Mrs. Scott. :i Africa. Budding
Mrs. Maynard, and our new principal. I i Willela Bullard il the editor REGISTERED CIVIL ENGINEER

f < Mr. RehwInkeL Our first I''of' the love torn column. Office Hours 8:30-1:30 Registered Land Surveyor

event la our senior year was participation ..:j| Nina Pearl Bush is a coiffeur Open Evolution by Appolatmtnt
In the Junior carnivalW I designer I Box 515 HOMESTEAD, FLA.

i bad .the.. P\llarf contest i U Pyal sari she plans on be- .. -. .


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May\ 27. 1938 THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Pare Seven


I met in Miami tyr Mr. Miller. MOVIES bership I In the Redland reserve

DEPICTAIRUNITATWORK I I squadron vetI *d at the meeting -

Mrs. J. W. Freeman and daughter I ; according to William J. Oe'runimo -

: .1" nand )Lround Miss Kathleen Freeman will MARINE RESERVE post adjutant. Offering

: leave today for their home in i j to donate trucks for the weekly

Caldwell, W. Va., after a visit of I I' trip to Opalocka were Legionnaires

several months with relatives here. \ I Frank B. Rue Luther L. Chandler
Homestead
> and Tom Harris. George A.
Mn. R. J. Shepherd left Wednesday I -;- Crawshaw post commander, pre-
Formation of Redland
for her summer home in District sided.

..... -. North Haven Conn. unit of the marine aviation!
reserve corps, sponsored by John
Mr. and Mrs. Vane Harris thclralllhwn. I Mr. and Mrs. Tom Smith left G. Mrs. Forte Elected
Salley Poit of the
American
Word has been received by i
Betty Lou and Marilou, Tuesday for a three-week visit I
'I Legion, assumed Cafeteria ManagerMrs.
friends here that Mr. and Mrs. H. concrete form at
id Mn. Harris' mother Mrs. with relatives in Knoxvllle an* "
r Derbyshire have arrived at their a meeting in Legion hall last Friday -
Nt, will leave tomorrow other points In Tennessee.Mr. ,
home in Fox home in Flint Mich. ( night when Capt. Edw. / J. M. Forte was elected
their summer
I jSchuiti, marine air reserve officer cafeteria manager by the Homestead
e, WIs. and Mn. Fred McCraw left Mrs. R. Mattson moved to South I and a squadron of 20 aviation P.-T. A. executive committeeat

Tuesday for Palatka. Miami Friday. Her daughter student from the base at Opa- a called meeting In the cllnie
M.... Eva Collins left yesterday Miss Inoebori Mattson arrived locka were guests of honor. room Tuesday.

r Gainesville where her son, Mr. and Mn. C. E. Pope of South: Saturday from North Carolinaand Captain Schultz Illustrated hit The following members volun-

oat Is attending the University Miami son-in-law and daughterof she also will make her homeIn talk on the advantages of this teered to serve as a committeethat

Florida. On Saturday both of Mr. end Mrs. C. H, Shaw of I South Miami. branch of the service with a three- will try to get needed rock:

.m will leave for Rive, Md., Homestead, are announcing the reel film depleting life In the navy and dirt hauled to the elementaryschool

here they will visit friends They birth of a seven-pound daughter, Mrs. Beatrice McLendon was a and marine Corps and showing the grounds this spring and

inn to visit In Connecticut, also, Myrna Elizabeth on May 1$. Mrs. recent guest of Mrs. L. Foriyth. men at their work and recreation.He I will also, make arrangements for

fore they return In August Pope is the former Miss Verna told of the requirement of the 1 some grass planting: Mrs Ben

Shaw. H. E. Obenshaln who has beenIn service which he Mid offers splendid Archer, Mrs. Adrian Jacobs Mrs

Miss Louie Long FltzpatrJeV!) a hospital in Hot Springs, Ark* opportunities for educational Hubert Nichols Mrs. F. L Irwin,

ill return Tuesday from the FIOla Archer Smith returned Wedness- writes that his condition is much advancement and even the possibility Mrs. C. N. Walker Mn. Paul Reynolds -

State College for Women at day from the University of Floridaat Improved and that he will leave of appointment to Annapolis Mn. Jane O. Nesbltt, and

aUahassee. After a two-week Gainesville. shortly for his summer home in for those of marked ability. Mrs. Oeo. N. Wakefield

cation here she will return to Roanoke, Va. Redland District youths 17 yean Others present at the meetingwere

college for the summer term. Word has been received that Mrs. Johnny Becker and son,' old or over, who can pass the pre- : Mrs. A. F. Arthur, Mrs.

Carl Van Winkle has arrived in Ricky left Sunday for a visit with' liminary educational and physical Preston B. Bird, Mrs. Lamar Dickinson -

john Marshall Lee, ensign, ar- Jackson, Wyo., where he will work relatives in South Miami. examinations are eligible for the Mn. A. W. Hutchinson,
Monday from the Pacific and visit relatives this summer. I local unit. The course of trainIng Mrs. E. J. Dyal Mn. C.' Hagfcr

to spend his leave of absence He plant to return to Florida In Child includes drill every Friday Rice, Mrs. C H. Steffanl, Mn. O.
his parents, Col. and Mrs. the fall. r Psychology Class night at Opalocka: air base, for I. Osult, Mn. R. H. Done, Mn. C. J.

f' Lee. To Sleet Next .Thursday which the students receive 70 cents Parman Mn. A. D. Smith and Miss

Mr. and Mrs. Dick Sullivan have and free transportation to and I Mabel Williams.
The child psychology class which l
m. M. Bradley, Jr, agriculture bought the Brandenburg house in from the base. ,j
meets In the clinic room of .the READ THE WANT: ADS
and coach of Crescent Porvenlr and Several
are having it repaired Neva King Cooper School will I. applications flillI m-
City High School, and Mrs. Brad- before they move in.
meet on Thursday of next week
ley, the former Miss Pauline Cal-
st 7:30: m. I
p.
kins, will spend the week-end In Billy Van Winkle Is recovering
Dr. Nancy M. Haul of Miami Is
,Homestead with Mr. Bradley's from his recent operation but is teacher of the class. All those Come in and seeAPEX
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. M. still In the hospital.FLORIDA.
Interested are invited to visit the
Bradley. Mrs. Bradley will remain .. .... ....
MNNI IINULINI/MHIII/III- I''ININIINN//''''' class or to become members. ThereIs
in Dade County several
CITY no charge.NEWT.
weeks and visit In Maiml Homestead -
Mn. #1/. VI. 6V .. .
? 7, ConMpoiKfc.itMn.
and Redland. Her sister, Miss I
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Jeanne Calkins who formerly attended
the Redland school, will I Wm. H. McLeod of Miami!'

lit graduated from Miami High spent Monday and Tuesday at the I G. BALL Electric Refrigerators Washers Ironers SweepersIN
School on June S. home of Mr. and Mrs. L. Forsyth. ,
I NOTARY PUBLIC

.aim Ls Alta Vann Is expected tot Mr. and Mn. rf. V. Parham arrived OPERATION

: from the Florida State Col- Friday from South Bay to Fire Insurance and
for Women at Tallahassee. spend a few days here. They

plan to leave Thursday for North Kindred Lines PIONEER APPLIANCE CO.

r. and Mrs. Thomas Reed of Carolina

Detroit were guests at the home Apex AgencyOdd
to Mrs. C. H. Woodbury and Mn.gtrsh C. J. Brown has completed the 15 N. Krome Ave.

Drew recently. wiring of the new Short home on Fellows Bldg., Homestead
Naranja road.

r. and Mrs Ovid Sullivan, Jr.,
Jr. I Mn. J. W. Miller back _._ .
,end Mr. and Mrs. Billy Caves came -- --r', '-,,"
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, ;"i. LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE LEGAL NOTICES MEN YOU CAN'T BEAT


No the li hereby olives thai the following doacrlbxt ..... or ao much thereof. sowill ,
k. maaBNuy to pay the amount due for NARANJA DRAINAGE DISTRICT taxes
for IK* roar I"' haven art Opposite to the lanu _th.. with cast of inch .. and
aanrtkuic, will ka maid at uMN auailon an Monday, the Ith day of Jun.. A. D.1SSI.
at the hour of II o'clock ...>.. at the south door of the Dada County Court House In THIS VALUE IN
the City of Mteml. state ot Florida.
Description 1_.. ... a iii... Total Tat
SIl of 81'J'4 of ax" of 1111\4 ..... I' 60 It 6 J. t. Mortar .. 2.111,
NW\4\ .1 IIW\4\ .1 'WI4 .............11 66. 00 10 A. H. 11._. 10."
01 IW" .. ........,.....,......-.....II 64 10 N Jell Baldwle ....
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'" IIW .................... II 116 00 eo Jell Baldwin .._ .. '.11 RAZOR BLADES y4i
FN of aw ( Clannc. A. Loww.Mrrp 1006NW
of N W :, :t1 :.'::.::::.._= :: :: :: Jan. H. Ramsay 10.06 t. .

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tilt 011111'4 of NI'J .._.. ............... 1 11 s9 10 J. N. Murry got t
I. oI.W'4 of BIt" ........................11 67 .1 10 J. L. Murray 10." +rs" igi
Miami Lewd A 0..1..1 C.',
F.l. 6I 19 11 61 14Iw. / 1 QA
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NW14,' Lots of IB'\4d\ .14...'. .Bill........ ..t.:::._:...:..: 6 11 00 :: f..D; !. popper 1.1 Int.C 10.00 g
Pepper a Pot. I...
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5014 of NES1: Agents '._ II..' a' f 71 t
Nw :... ......... ..............._.. 8 61 00 100 Bernie. D. Pena. 1.1 lot.a .
: Pepper A P tll.. Ino.Hi .
Arta. ..'.. ... .. '10.46
at MWI4 of Soy' ..__............ 5 67 .0 I. N-111. J. I..i.;; :M11o O.Cofttlw : : J' rote
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d 1114:' ............ .............. .. ... 0 67 40 40 ferule. D. Power 1.8 Inn fO
a Pepper a Potter, ins.At" w
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ct NW ... ...... ........._..... ..._ 0 11 00. IH John L. Marra ._"". .. ...., a ,
/R'ff.of Na ._. ... .... .. 7 s1 40 40 r. M. rases .. .. .. weds wt / A
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., (Signed. ) HATES WOOD e Here's real shaving comfort at a rock bottom low price. 4 rW

:o: Co.etr.MMiami.. nCollector. Why gamble on unknown blades when you can get S 3oRP

JT NOTICE world-famous Probak Jr.Blades at 4 for only 1 Oft These S r t

> Kotfaa b karaby Flew !,hat the fallowtn* JiaerltH Mode, or ao nraah thereof w smooth-shaving, double-edge blade are made by theworld's
..as.. Mm..ry In pay Hiaanount dun for OOTJIDS DBAtNAGK DISTRICT
=C.' 1MT karate art avpo.Ua to the -me. another with owl .t such sale t..1 largest blade maker, automatically ground,
will fca sold at public auction >m Monday the *tk day of Jun.. A. D.I:''.! honed and stropped by a special process. For Quality woe ,
."'> lover of is o'aloak noon at the south door of till Dade Ooaaly Court Haw, a eQ
_, City of Miami. State of Florida. with economy, buy a package of Probak Jr today 4. / ,.god+
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KW* af NKI4 of 8B11 tl M It It Cukaawa I 4
VHa ItHafaMof aBTKaf NIU II M 14 I C. H. Crawam 0 ,
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NW'4" W IAI NI4: .... .-_... II 4G 10 Tmamas F_. C'A t7 "
W% f R44 f aW14 rap 1\1 N 40 II Truman Forti. Co 17.
Foots AlHaatah Cotd.nti :\.b. 'I
ro tst pro, -...-.--._ ._ ...._...80 N CO
tau It Rik 14 Frank Nrffa ...
Low 6 a 4 nihil AMn C. laws 90
$ '4e1 Of Nw ---u N It 41 Jon Baldwin .. 14.16a4 .
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S Pare Eight THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE_ Friday_ :May 27, 1938






> }i I Social Events "in South Dade 1It




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MISS CHRISTINE HUGHES IS WEDDED MISS KATH RINE TANN REMAND JUNIORS ENTERTAIN SENIORSAT

I TO VIRGIL GRENNELL IN TITUSVILLE TO WED. and WATN Mr*. J. Thomas ADAMSMr. Vann NAUTICAL BANQUET IN CORAL GABLES

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-- announce the engagement of their

4 Miss 'Joseph Christine Hughes, Homestead Sunday afternoon. At daughter, Nellie Katherine, to t The> banquet hall of the-Cora: close of the banquet all Joined in

I daughter of Mr*. E. W. Chandler, present they: are located: In one of Wayne L. Adams The marriage Gable Country Club representedthe singing the junior theme song,
I I and Virgil Marshall Grennell, Jr.,!the El: Patio apartments, but they(will tab place early In June. mess hall of the good ship, Red- w>n Voyage," written by Betty

{ { ion of Mr. and Mr*. V. K3ren- plan to occupy the McMichael I land, last night at the bon voyage Blake and Vera Parker.
/ I i Hell surprised their friends by home on N. W. First street this FRATERNITY TO GIVE banquet which Redland High Present at the banquet were the

; < going to Tltusvllte Saturday evenIng summer. ,GRADUATION DANCE School juniors gave for the school's juniors and seniors, the high
\ to be married In the presence The bride was born In Dothan, The Sigma Alpha Phi fraternity Class ot 1838. Ships flags were school faculty, the trustee, board j
of Mr. and Mr. Chandler who Ala., and was graduated from will gave a graduation cane In [strung aloft In nautical fashion member and representative of
f < are spending a few weeks In Eau Dothan High School She servedas the Homestead Country Club t and a pilot wheel and port holes under classes -about one hundred
\ \ Callle. society reporter for the Leader-I Tuesday night after the Home- were In evidence. twenty In all

[[. r- Mr. and tin.William McMlchaeJ Enterprise until March and la now stead High School commencement I[ The centerpiece on the speak At the close of the banquet many;
e } of Homestead, uncle and aunt of employed by the First Federal exercise are over In honor of !er's table wa a trim looking ship other guests arrived to attend the I

the bride, and little Betty Chapman Savings and Loan Association of the graduate of that school and ';of blue, and on the other prom given in the patio by the I

I. also, witnessed ceremony.The Homestead. She Is an active I Redland High School I stables I were smaller white ships junior room mothers, Mrs. C. J.
bride wort a white sharkskin Sunday school worker and is leD-I Don Dkkennan'i Pirate Den',, and tugs. To each of the royal Llndgren and Mrs. R. Y. Burr. The
'. and lam ensemble with white eral director and pianist of orchestra will play. No charge will blue mint cups wa fastened a girl in pastel tinted frocks and
accessories. The coat ws full Y. P. U. of the First Baptist made for the girl attending. I' silver anchor, and on the anchor'i the boys In light suits made a lively

length and cut with gore, and on I Church.The I ibe, Member of the fraternity are: rope wa a place card In a silverfish picture as they danced under the
each side of the closing was a full I bridegroom belongs to one Billy Arthur, president; John Walton design. ; palms and streamer and colored
families of the I i treasurer, Robert Gauzens, light.
length panel of lace extending of the prominent I The favor were sailor hats, hung
Pierre McDaniel Marvin PrttI
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from pointed revert. Its wide, district He was born In Homestead
I the of
I chard. Carl Deden, Brown on back the chairs, and the
shaped belt was closed with covered and took an active part In Harry +'programs had life-saver back MR. AND MRS. RIIENEY GIVE
r and Jack GoWn
buttons. The frock under- Future Farmer of America work'In I I FISH SUFFER AND BRIDGE
It The program also had a tang of
neath had short puffed sleeves, Homestead High School He I I Mr. and Mrss. W. EL: Rheney gave
,J i novel yoke of lace and pleated was graduated In 1937 and Is now Mrs. J. S. Horton will be the': the sea. Cohen Leggett of Goulds, a fish fry at their home on Avocado
). department hostess at next Friday' meeting president of the junior class, was
skirt. employed by the agriculture drive Wednesday evening for
j 'f The young couple returned to of the school. ,of the Woman' Auxiliary; of St.,toastmaster. the Neighborhood Bridge Club,
; John' Church at the home of A salute to the seniors was given the Teachers' Bridge Club and
!' I Mr*. Richard Huff at 12:30: o'clock. by Miss Alma Jane Llndgren, Junior guest
MISS RUBY NEILL OF REDLAND IS BRIDE I
I treasurer, and the response was Mr. Bevo Webb won the high

:, OF EDWARD HARRY BARNES OF HOMESTEAD I The Calendar made by Warren Wood, senior 'score award for the women members
t president Miss Mary; Eleanor William
-- of the clubs; Frank Webb,
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M I next toasted the school officials the high score award for the men
; Miss Lillian Nelll of Redland and mother live. May 21-Musical comedy, "The and Superintendent JamesT. members; and L. B. Sommers, the
r Edward Harry Barnes of Homestead Two day before her marriage Gypsy Rover," presented by Wilson responded. PrincipalCarl guest prize.

were married Saturday In the bride was given a miscellaneous .I Homestead school music department Wagner spoke for the Red- Present were: Mr. and Mrs. Tom
the Dade courthouse In shower In her future home at ft I
County p. m. land faculty, and D. R. Snyder, :Faust, Mr. and Mrs. Julian H.
Miami. I I by Mrs. C: F. Waldron and Mr.'' May 29 Meeting of Homestead senior sponsor, replied to a toast Webster, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. N.

The bride wore a dress of old David Barnes. Townsend Club at 2:3ft In school ,by Billy Hilson. Wakefield, Mr. and Mrs. W. R.
rose silk crepe trimmed In white, The guests Included: Mrs. J. H. auditorium. Musical number given during ,Bird, Mr. and Mrs. Lee H. Leh-

and her accessories were white. Barnes, Mrs. Neil, Mrs. Joel May 29 Poetry round-up in the evening Included: "The Roadto man, Mr. and Mrs. Sommers, Mr.
Robinson Mrs. Hlner, J'I
Harry
She I* a daughter of Mrs. Mar- Homestead Woman's Club building; Mandalay" and "Let Ma Call and Mrs, Howard 'Johnson, Mr.
I Bryant Bowden, Mr D.
tha-Ann Nein and the late Daniel 'at 3 o'clock. You Sweetheart" sung by a quartet and Mrs. Bevo Webb, Mr. and Mrs.
TJelU. She was born In Homestead I Barnes, Mr*. Bert Andrews, Mrs May 29 H.H.S. baccalaureate Kenneth Hawkes, Albert Halnlln Frank Webb, Mr. and Mrs. Rhe
Ernest Neill, Mrs. Ceo. Barnes,
but attended the Redland cervices In school auditorium. Larry Holt and Billy Hilson; ney and Mrs. Elizabeth Fuchs.
I Mrs. Joe Fennett, Mrs. Paul Gopp, I IMr
schools, both elementary and high. May 29 R. H. S. baccalaureate a saxophone trio played by E. J.
J. D. Mrs. F. L. Mc-!
Conner
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The bridegroom, a son ot Mrs I services In school auditorium. Graham, John B. Graham and Clement Mrs. J. R. Brooks entertained
Ilwiln, Miss Sudl Mcllwaln Miss,
May 31 Sigma Alpha Phi Russell; and two solos, at a bridge luncheon Wednesday
J. H. Barnes, was born In Alabamabut i
II Phyllis Anne Gopp, Miss Katherine
has lived in Homestead practically I dance at Homestead Country Club. "You Alone" and "Please Be Kind" Mrs. N. D. L. Swan, Mrs. A. A. I
Gillen, Miss Ander-
all hit life and was graduated :,son and Miss Elizabeth Gladys Mcllwaln.1|I May 31 H. H. S. commencement sung by J. Q. Caldwell. At the Payne and Mrs. Sybella Chandler.

exercises. f
from Homestead High
t Gifts were received from: Mrs.
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county road department. Mrs. H. H. Graham, Mr*. ment exercises. I
June 1 of
They are at home to their friends J M. Brown, Mrs. Ted Thomas, Meeting Wednesday
Bridge Club with Mrs.
In one of the Barnes houses, next Mils Marie Neill!, Mia Alma Jane Cordon I OUR SUAU.SNUG OTORK ALSO erase MANY OTHEB MONEY SAVING VALUES
i door to that In which Mr. Barnes'The Llndgren and Min Isabel Mayer. I Ivey. i DURING OUR JUNE WEALTH HUD MukUTY AUt PLMttUIBCI1 Gus 4-MUk SCOlOtt
t I June 2 Meeting of child psychology i CIRCULAR. an-nniY UUJVERED TO YOUR Hunt AMI EKING IT vim YOU FOR
mNVEN1ENT >(J nTon nr DKIRFD VAI.HB A
BAPTIST SUNDAY SCHOOL ENJOYS PICNICAT f' class In clinic room of I

I f MATHESON HAMMOCK, COUNTY PARK p.Wave m. King Cooper School at 7.30 FOIL PINT SIZE' Ml 31 j

I I, June 2 Meeting of Presbyterian ANTISEPTIC SOLUTIONFor j
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junior and Intermediate ,Jeanette Campbolt, Annette Camp-; !' Woman' Auxiliary.
departments of the Sunday schoolof bell. Harry Martin Joe and Iud I June I-Silver Birthday anniversary mouth wait,cuts, i''

the First Baptist Church ot I jPlche, VeatCUrncr Elbert West,' meeting of Ad Astra Skis irrilatUas, lid .tyty,
I Homestead teachers and children,!Charles RobiiwoJ y Wulbur Cave, Chapter of O. E. S. loose danlruff. Kill 49 II

had a jolly picnic Saturday at. Charles M rfirt.* Robert Kuhn,I 1 I June 3 Luncheon meeting of germs wiia which It.

Matheson hammock Game were Dowell and Carl Alexander, James Epscopal Auxiliary at home of Cosmos in contact in 10
played the park wa explored anda Hlckaon. Earl Smith, Buddy Smith, Mrs. Richard Huff at 12:30.: I te 25 seconds I
bounteous dinner served. Junior > June 10 Legion Auxiliary .
wa [ Pope, Paul Rue Steve Bl-: ---

D. R. Snyder, superintendent of :ondo Warren Morris, Arnold Mo,*'party far Junior members. LOUD SALTIMORCIVritingfirffcIfo' 2 cz. sat Tttxatt ,
1 Ilwaln, Philip Reams, Richard and June 14 Business meeting of
both departments, was In charge ?
of the arrangement, and he wa ,William Scott, Keith Gossman Ar-, Woman' Club of Homestead. I Blackberry
thur Hall Sonny Peters, Jack'' June 20 Pot luck meeting of I I'' I
assisted by the Rev. C. N. Walker, Caott..u_ I't
J. L. Scott J. Q. Caldwell B. W. I Rucker, Billy Forte, Ray Andrews, Ministerial Association at Condon 39 .J. s6=,... compound25J. %
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Morris. Mrs Scott. Mrs. O. A. West and John Little. in Princeton. r.g......."Ie .
Mrs Bert Andrews, Mrs. T. D.t I : .:.... ..
Piche. Mrs. Snyder Mrs. J. R. HIS. D. L. BOWEN HOSTESS ,
Byrum and Mrs W. R. Cheshire. TO W. M. a CIRCLE ONE I II 'INTtlttCALOMX 8 os. Silt "RrXALLI

The children who went were: I Mrs. D. L. Bowen, leader of VT. I Vacuum Bottle ""I
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Carol Walker, June Cheshire, Ann M. S. Circle One. entertained the ail tf "

Shackleford, Elaine King. Cath- circle Tuesday. Mr*. J. J. Richards Bulk uue..iy. "," ;,:'/
erine Shacklerortf, Doris Cheshire, gave the devotional. ; 89* Keeps"" Soaikn ir50* h
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Francis Rutland. Mavis Watts. ;; .
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Zstelle Falrclotlt Betty Ana Marshall -during 111.. I

UMlM Fatrcloth. Madlm Present were: Mr*. Dan Williams. ( tAncenat trite PackofKea fycu{
Gilmer, Esther Rucker, Mary Ellen this genuine
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Mr*. J. P. Anderson Mrs. FIRSTAID.RCAOYMADC.
Bearing, Addle Lott. Mary Jane Virgil Lyon, Mrs. Vlvan Booth, EUGENE Permanent TOOTHPASTE :
Turner. Mary Lola Durrett, Dora (
Mrs. Richards Mr Bowen and
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Scott. Mildred Greer, Luna Mae Miss Jennie Lobdell 3MssMitg UNWa .. .
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Mildred Reams Mabel 2510 .... Wool...... 20 :\
Lott Pope, * Geneva Vann, Florence Nelson, kW a ptrmaMMpM WSM.Aa4 NlllJII-
Montlne Annette, Rosto BUeDoCretje DR. B. F. |( A..| aW kind ..
e gje. Try our Good Ice Cream Eat lunch with Our
Twburg. Mildred Batta. STEBBINSKegkrtend Far *. de |.wtee losing us. j

Merle Jenkins Wilda Batts, Ruth I Optometrist I |*vrkc< -11II.1..... Made fresh daily Sandwiches will please
Byrum, Betty Bynua Maud Hitch,i Sa ass. LH m -....tf- row I I
Dorothy Kuhn, Betty June Jenkins I II TEARS' I I II hair bt aSe mm *MS rNNW
Catherine> xon. Edna Forte rraetlce fas Iteeneslea aaiiaiations' and g.ur I

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I r 5POe1.tl Dr name Leonard+.e,, .ft...IF"..W...IwriMSlM.... se :I I Saturday _Hour- T to 10 p. m. Bush's Barber Shop Florida

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i ,'ri av. May 2:1, 1938 THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Par Nine ;


t. MRS. CHARLES G. CALDERWOOD IS GIVEN MRS. DAN" WILLIAMS '
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I 1 MISCELLANEOUS SHOWER IN LIONS DENA GIVES SCHOOL PARTY 1
: I II Wedneedaw afternoon" Mr. Dan :

J f- [ Social Events I, I William. entertained at her homeIn .

I miscellaneous bridal shower necker, Mn. W. H. Eaaon, .....1 MoeMio the ckildrM to Red- :.'

WM given in the Uon Den In Evelyn O. Hill, MM, L. L. Anderson land School's fourth grade of

Silver Palm Friday afternoon far Mia Gladys Aadoraon, Mn. I'which her daughter, Lector, la a :
I Mn Charles Q Calderwood who Flora Vthlen, Mr Maud Chandler member. A peanut game and va- :

SHOWER GIVEN FOR MRS. THOS. HARDWICK, I I before her marriage on April 97 Mrs Mildred Scott, Mr E: U i riwM other games on the lawn were e
1 was Mill Elsa Hill. MM. Mack Kelly, Mn. S. a Odom ME. enjoyed. :
FORMER PAULINE LEGGETT OF GOULDS
THE Cain, Miss Vera Fletcher Mb Syk.es, Mou Aide Sykee, Mia' Margaret 1 Cup cake and punch were serv-
ing. -- Margaret Delaney and Miss Virginia Hainltn, Mia Joan Graham ed. '

X linen shower for Mrs. Thomas len, Mrs. R. A. Ottdden, Sr., Mrs. Delaney were the hostesses.A and Miss Gladys Anderson. Mn. William was assisted by :

tyof U. Hardwick. who before her mar- Arthur Fogle. Jr., Mrs.. Raymond scrambled word contest wa Gifts were received from: MI'II.I the two fourth! grade teacher
Pauline Glidden, Mn. Clara Vlhlen, Mn played, and cake and punch were Robert Simpson, Mn. B. C Murphy
digs May IS was Mtos I I I Mn. Margaret Daniel and Mia
f served. Mrs. R. Y. Burr, Mn Carl
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Frank Bernecker, Mn Otto Ber-
ef Goulds, was given Wednesday niece Mia
Leggett Ruth Murray and bet ,
afternoon by Mrs. W. C. necker, Mrs. M. B. Parker Mn. D. I The guests Included: Mrs. L. H.Klopp. ILl d8ren, Mn. Jesse Soper Mn. I Barbara William 4:
d Mrs. Tom Torbert and V. Lewis, Mn. Monroe Williams Mn. Mason Roberts, Mrs. J. P. Dye Mrs Betty Cunningham
Roberta, I children were preeent: ,
Mrs.. Lawrence Smith, Mrs. Preston ,Earl Delaney, Mrs. Oeo Wright, Mn. Edith Kirk Mn. Ode I II Forty
Mrs Carl LIndgren at the home Lessors Williams, Alice May R_. t
d Lee, Mrs. Alex Hemmings I Mrs. T. C. McICenite. Mrs. J. D. i I Murray, Mn. Iota Chalker Mrs.
of Mr. W. H. Owen in Goulds. I Barbara Wright Audrey Orafe
Mn. D. E. Baahor Mrs. L. H. Wysong, Mrs. Eva E. Orrie Kelly, Mn. Ann Granthem,
. The color scheme of the decora-I I Mrs. Cunningham Mrs.. Margaret Daniels, Mrs. Dan, ROM Marie Grate Frances Me-
.y.e blue and white.. Each j I Greer, Mrs. C. N. Henderson Mrs. caatellow'l Vlcker Helen Cornell. Lillian
. tions was I R. Y. Burr Mrs. Tom Chapman, J. Connelly Mrs. E. E. Roberta, Mn. Margaret Beastly I
..e.a wrote her favorite recipe for I Bishop. Patty Lou Daweon Ruth
guest Mrs. W. H. Owens Mn. Hugo VlhI Mrs. Walter Thompson Mia Janice Rivers MUaes Margaret -:I'
J..e the bride's cook book. Refreshments -I len, Mrs. Carl Wagner Mrs. M. A. Holmes Mrs. Eva Fletcher Mr..j I and Carlotta Ames and Miss'Wright Hazel John, Catherine Lola
Wanda Miller
Snackletord,
. consisted of upside-down J. Bonds Mrs. Fred Breece, J. E. Murphy *Ir Frank BerFRESHMEN Mable\ Anderson. :' .
| Weatherford Nellie
d cake and punch.Mr. Odom. Elizabeth:
Mrs. I. 'J. Leggett, Mrs. Ronald :' Kathleen
Mills. Dorothy Foppell, -
y and Mrs. Hardwick left Brooker Mrs. Hathaway, Mn. W. ( : GO ON BEACHI I J. Cave who furnished the truck!' Jackson. Esther Kufeldt Sarah

a Thursday for Craig Healing W. W. Bethea. THEATRE-HAMMOCK PARTY II | and the following freshmen: Mil I' Vlhlen Emma Enget Annie
Springs, Va, home of Mr.Jlardwlck's Miss Marjorie Campbell Mill In Miss Iris
| The freshmen class Emily I Nina Bullard, Miss Capllnger Stewart Barbara Jean Soper. Joy
parents Mr. and Vera Parker Mill Elmedo Roberts -.I'Jones' room in Homestead High;! Mia Virginia Klnner Ralph Andrews Lee Charlotte Murray Irene Cox

Mn. T. V. Hardwtck wherehe Mines Outdo and Busy Leggett School had a full day Saturday'' Lester Archer Preston I I Patricia Robinson, Peggy Garrett -

will be engaged at a farm Min Sue Ogden Mia Alma I with a swim in the ocean at Miami -i, Bird, Joe Byrum, Richard Caves, Wnrren Cash, Leon Edwards,

manager this summer. This Jane Llndgren Miss Elsie Lee I Beach a picnic lunch spread;1 Charles Connor Elbert Dolar Fred I Bruce Wagner Robert Jane Earl
e past season be was connected with I lEtherldge. and Betty and Tiny.f"n a table In Lummus park a Fuchi Eldred Ollmer J. T. Godwin Smith Jimmy ROM Gone Powell,
1. the farming and packing opera- Torbert matinee at the Grove theatre In: and Theodore Knowlea.. Junior Hodge. Eugene -
tions of R. R. Kerr of Perrlne. He Alfred King,
| Those sending gifts were: Mn Coconut Grove and a picnic sup-i' Gossman and Webeter and
, received his business and academic Nellie A. Bush, Mn. Arthur Fogle per In one of the thatched huts I YOUNG M1TROVS CIRCLE Williams.
I Charles
d education at West Virginia Business Sr., Mn. O. W. Driggen, Mr*. 'at Matheaon hammock as the main j I MEETS AT BALLARD HOME:

College' and Roanoke College. Mildred Scott Mrs. Perry Ogden, events.In I The Young Matrons' Circle of
h .. Guests at the shower Wednes- 14.... L. L. Chandler Mn Harvey! the party were Mrs. Preston | the W. M. S. met Monday at the Olbbs MI"Vm.. MiwMlwhlte

1. day were: Mrs. Milton Pye, Goisnwn, Mn A. C. Bill, Mn. E. B. Bird and Mn. Ben Archer I home of Mr. and' lift. J. L. Pall I Ut Carter. Mr*. Dan William',

, Mrs. John Brown Mrs. E. Brown J. Dysl Mn J. R. Dukes, Mr*. "grade mothers, Miss Jones, Chni !l lard.Ira.. Earl Pacettl Jr., gave Mrs Augustus Wynn and Miss .
n Phillips Mrs. W. O. Talbott, Mrs. Otis Ogden, Mn Wallace Graham I 'the Scriptural reading. After the Jennie Lobdell. I II

e Mason Robert, Mrs: A. C. Albright Mrs Jesse Soper Mn. W. It. Mob- lot peel), Boil 10 minutes then Bible study period the group plan

Mrs. L. O. Rogers, Mrs. ley, Mrs. John Brown, Miss Martha ,drain. Repeat this process from ned year books. I I JUJlIOa0IAS'8: CLUBTAG

n Lofton Burns, Mrs. Arthur Sage, Lee Bush Miss Elizabeth Bush :| three to five times, each time boiling Present beside' those named HAS DAY
L Mn' Dave Sayers, Mrs. Ed Vih- Miss Edith Kirk. Peel were: Mrs. E A. Buchanan Mn.A I Members of the Junior Wom.m
for 9 I
I I i the water minutes
_u_ __ M. Logan Mrs. Bruce Ennis Club of Homestead cleared <:!1.liJb
r.L 'should be tender. Bitter taste may .
Hunter Harden Mrs. Kermit \' hexing u tag day Tuesday.lice's
MRS. DFDEV: HONORED | and Mn. Joel J. Robinson served 'be removed by changing the water I I Mrs.

BY RAIN OR SHINE CLUB sandwiches and iced tea on the !a sufficient number of times. I I'I I '''''' "" , '" .
Mrs. Carl Deden was given II, veranda. I| Preparation of the Juice: After

handkerchief shower as a birth-, I Mn. A. A. Payne entertained I removing peel, weigh remaining', Beatify: Shop :
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day honor by members of the Rainor the other board members at an I fruit lOt Into small pieces place -

Shine Club at a meeting held Informal luncheon at her homed ':'in a kettle and for each pound of, | Arcade Alice Hoboon Owner-Operator
1S-1I MeCrory -
at the horns of Mrs. Fred before the club meeting. ThOM I orange taken add 2 pints Of water.,

d Tuaaoay. < present were Mrs. Carney Mrs.I Boil until it thoroughly dlslnteajrate -
Present were; Mrs. Julian H Frank Hausman Mr*. A. F. Arthur ; *. Pour Into a flannel jelly Tiicrmlque: Croquignole
y
Webster, Mn. Lee H. Lehman, Mrs Mn. W. K. Walton, Mn ';bag without pressing. I' PI'mannlVavts:

Frank B. Rue, Mrs. H. P. McDan- Preston B. Bird and Mr*. Carney'smother Making the marmalade: Pour I as. Oil .f Toll. wad I:.SS .
let Mr. V. E. Rheney, Mrs Mn. Vlceellto of Coral !!juice Into kettle, add peel and Rod Carl 011 01 Tul'l'', 'II.... with :
T. t. Faust Mrs. Helen Hackler Gables. bring to a boil Add 1H Ibs. of Mwfulr Mutton a.ee t..dHl.. sio.eeLuxol
Mrs. C. J. Parman Mrs. Redd and, ( Shampoo Tint Marinello Cosmetics
MNMIMMMM/MNMINI/INIMNMMI/MINN.N/M,,. I sugar for each pound of fruit. Coal :
Mrs Deden. Hints to HousewivesFrom i jtlnue l the boiling until the jellying, TELEPHONE 141.5'HERE'S
point has been reached which is

MRS. A. O. CAIN IS HONOR Home Demonstration Specialists. Indicated by the flaking or sheet-1 I

GUEST AT BRIDGE PARTY Tallahassee ing from spoon j I II

Mrs. A. 0. Cain who with Mr. ..........u...............".........................,....."...., When over-ripe oranges are
Cain will leave soon to spend the I Golden Glow Marmalade I used the amount of sugar shouldbe ,
summer In Hot Springs, Ark., was reduced to ly pounds for each
: with
Wash grapefruit peel
guest of honor at a bridge party pound of fruit.Tangelo. YOUR '
knife leaving on the white membranous -
given by Mrs. Stanley Wittkop at skin or ''nI'" that lies I Marmalade "
her apartment In. the Flowers
under the peel. Break in half and' 1 Ib. peeled tangelos, 1 lb. ,

building.Mrs. I cut out tough, pithy portion of' IVt pts. water % of the sUllnr'l CHANCE TO GET ,
R. L Walker received the rag that lies In center part of fruit moved from tangelo ,
blah score prize; Mrs. Geo. M. around seed; also discard the seed.I Preparation of peel: Wash fruit ':

Sonjuchaen, the second prize; Mrs Cut section of fruit and rag In remove peel l, discard one-half, reserving -
t Russell Home the low score prize; half lengthwise.To I I the portion freest fromj i REAL SHAVING

and Mrs. Cain, the floating prize each measure of pulp add I I blemish, and cut Into slices as ,
and guest prize.Snapdragons. I I
three measures of water. Let stand thin as possible or run through1food a

asters and Queen over night then boll gently until,. chopper. :Boll for 10 minutes. I VALUE
Anne's lace were used In the decorations rag is tender about H to lie hour. drain: free of water, and add water ,
of the living room and Let stand again over night then again. Bring f to a boll and allowto I 9

dining room. The refreshment measure. Add pint for pint of simmer until tender j

course consisted of sandwiches, sugar, H as much grated: pineapple : Preparation of juice: After removing ]
fruit juice and Individual cake and cook rapidly until jelly peel weigh fruit cut into rQ1K
squares decorated in blue and I stage Is reached (222 F.). Pour small pieces and place in a kettle.
yellow. into sterilized jars and seal Im- For each-pound of tangelo taken I Q
Present besides those named mediately. add m pints of water. Boll until 4s V

were: Mn. J. A. Webb, Mrs. J. L. Sour Orange Marmalade I it thoroughly disintegrates: or f
Scarborough, Mrs. Claude Camp- about 20 minutes. Pour Into a
1 lb. peeled lour oranges, :2 pts. 0
cheese-cloth jelly bag and press
bell, Mrs. Robert Glenn Jr., Mrs.
of water, tt of peel removed from
R. R. Kuurd Mn. Paul Reynolds, until no more juice can-be obtained. Jill
oranges, IVi Ib*. sugar. I
f Strain juice again througha
Mn. Preston B. Bird Mrs. J. D.
Perkins, Mrs. A. M. Logan Mrs. Preparation of peel: Use bright clean flannel jelly bag without

Curtis Monroe, Mn. Bruce Ennls, fruit wash remove peel discard pressing.
Mrs Ceo D. Bauble Mrs. E. A. ';two-third of peel reserving! the, Making the marmalade Pour
Buchanan Mrs. Richard O. Huff, !third freest from blemish, and uw juice Into kettle, add drained peel. ,1Enjeyperfst.ha.tsgeankre.dsawateaef

Mrs Joe Hopsoa of Miami and' a knife to remove any blemishes I bring to a boll add 1 pound of r ot
Miss Ellen Huff. that may be on .,peel. Cut this sugar for each pound of fruit Con.
peel la thin slices. Place In a kettle tlnue boiling until the jellying

I and add water (four times weight point has been ranched.MNMM.MMNMMMxMM..MMM.MMNNM.
Y DR. IRENE: SHANKIJN -..---..- ," q.

ADDRESSES WOMAN'S CLUB at the MM time.Quality plus eesw i gr-tare's t
Dr. Irene Shanklin gave a talk the happy etanbie tloS that MM hob** Jr. sot c cRue"
on psychology Tuesday at a well Annie Mayhew Fitzpatrick i the bet Paean blade boy MI the .riot ;
attended, program meeting of the **.Why sick you maatjf Oat a pvlu"rf +1
Woman' Club of Homestead. Jack shave eeidr..oae Medea at yaw dsalar's to-

Gatlln tang "Please Be Kind" and Graduate Oberlin Conservatory and Royal day-4 Vmbl e
Mines Norma, Rachel and Eloise
Gorman sang a trio. Conservatory of Leipzig

Mn. W. K Walton, Mn. Harold
Keith Foulk, Dr. Shanklin, tin.) f
PIANOFORTE AND THEORYRccfland
Harry D. Wolfe and Mrs. Landon i i

Carney the president were named i
delegate to the county federation '
Road, Near Biscayne Drive Phone 1422
meeting In Coral Cables May 25.1|

The hostesses, Mrs. B. E. Gntliaj I -

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Tare Ten THE LFADER- ENTERPRISE Friday, May 27,1938
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D 1111I111I1111111111I11I1111111111I11I111I11I111! 1 J-"rUrotd Sheffield was In Miami I 110 a. m.; preaching at 11 a. m.I .

Ion Business Wedneiday. He ex- I I Young people mating .t 7 p. m.sriRITUALlST .

20 Years Ago jipects 1 Friday the Naval jo, to leave take Reserve.fer up his Key" duties West with on II The Churches II III TEMPLE orTBl'TH


"Wednesday night the Homestead Homestead-brand) 01 atlam

(II llll11111IIiIliilllllllIllllllllllililli0I I {I { /: !"' { I annual high commencement school held it exercises* second, | BAPTIST CHURCH EPISCOPAL Spiritualist Club Temple 410 N.of W.Truth Eighth: InWoman's

..... I avenue. Men' Bible class amyiunfl
Th llwlt..T r some was.i with class of
I. ...,. /raw oils of the H........ I a graduating six mem- I Homestead.._The Rev C N. St. John's-S. E. Second avenue FCbpM's lyceum at 7:13: P-
It.........s .....II.h.. M.,. I ft. lets.w lien one boy, Ivan Moeer, and five Walker, pastor. Sunday school at and Fourth street, Homestead
; Dr. J. Carl HOb '
ihtf awls Florida BintivrwiV SOW I m.; healing,by 1I
; .. Or tf, ""1. With >. IIMay ._ I girl, Charlotte Collins, Emma 10 a. m. Preaching it 11 a. m. Thos. M. Metros, priest in charge. at 7.-13; lecture and messages It
..-od....- !Fitch, Isabel Becker, Lottie Ben- and 8 p. m.; B. Y. P. U. at 7
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30, 1618- nett and Lorean Mitchell The p. m. Prayer services Wednesday lat after aacenalon 7:30, 7:1"::

!salutatory by the honor graduate, at t p. M.May Holy Eucharist; ':30, Church
Mrs. J. W. English was takento
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Loren Mitchell wa an excellent school; 6:30, Young People's
Amerlcus Oa., on Tuesday
treatise on the President and his '' 29 No morning serf Service League
evening to undergo an operation. act*. The valedictorian Ivan I 1 vice account of the Baccalaureate -
-"W. D. Home took his Sunday EVANGELICAL CHUtfCH
Moeer, spoke on "Swords andPlowshares" services at the school
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school class out to the mouth of Su John'*-itodland; the Rev.
in a convincing way. auditorium: evening sermon
the Florida City canal on Tuesdayand I Norman C. Zulauf, minister. Services -
on "The Transfigure: Llf ,
-"One of the most interesting :
a very enjoyable time was hadboating 1 1 each second and fourth Sunday -
clal events of the week was a June 1 Prajrrr meeting
and -t 3
fishing bathing. p. m.
farewell party given by the C. D.I I subject: "Paul the Convert.1'Goiildt =r t (/ !z fIY rF
"Othella Fuchs will reach homeon
Club Thursday evening at the METHODIST EPISCOPAL
I The hev. Noah Peter-
or about June 6 from school. -
home of Mrs. J. D. Redd in honor
-"Mrs. Chas. Becker received ton, patter. Sunday school at 10 Florida City Community Church
al
letter Wednesday from her son lot I Mrs. Mark Nabors, Mrs. J. R. a. m.; preaching at 11 a. m. and -thf Rev. C. G. Nelson pastor. ) PAINT
Doraey and Mrs. Fred S. Loomis, YOUR
Grover, who Is 'somewhere in I IFrance. MO p. m.; B. Y. P. V.: at 6:30: p. m. I Church school at 10 a. m.; preach-
.." (Florida City). who arc soon leaving for summer Prayer service at 7:30: p. m. Wed- trig at 7:30 p. m. Midweek prayers
II vacations in the north. Members nesday. and Bible iOn
% I I"MI study Wednesday at
Isabel Becker and Anna- present were Mesdames O. M. 730. HOME

belle Loohrle will go to Tallahasseeto '. Budd. E. F. Brooker, W. J. Twee- CATHOLIC

take up summer studies for the'j dell J. D. Redd, J. R. Horsey, Mark Church of the Sacred Redland Community Churchthe -
coming fall term." (Florida City).I Nabors, F. S. Loomis, Ed Caplln- i. E. iiecond avenue, ; Rev. C. O. Nelson, pastor. Our Easy Pay Plan

"Lillian Robertson Is the guestof ': ger, J. W.. English, F. J. Wood, the Rev. James Cloonan,ueart-I Church school at 10; preaching at No down
GwrneU Qarfunkel Miami for J. L. Ishmael, J. L. Burton.. Visitors; Sunday maaa at 9 a. m.: 11. Epworth League at :3H.: Mid- p.ym.ut-upto low month 11moDthstopsylo

the week." (Florida City). were Mrs M. M. Maaaey, Mrs. Earl I mat at 7:45 daily. week prayers and Bible studyThursday ly Installment A first class

-"Tony Tosto will move to Miami Evans, and Miss Helen Phillips I| Sunday following clock maw. at 7:30.METHODIST job done by an experienced

I this week." I of Bridgeborough, Georga."Word I Communion for women the first I EPISCOPAL msiter palmer with the famous
-"Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Capallo Sunday of month; for men and SOUTH H.B.Davis Co./1*I-

left on Thursday to visit their old hal been received from' ooya, the second Sunday of month. I timer paint products.Com

home In Philadelphia." Ed Woodbury who lion the I' Holy hour Thursday before first I Homestead-the Rev. J. J. Rich- in for free color cards and

r"We were mighty glad to get a ':steamer Wabash laying that! he'! Friday of month at 7:49: p. m. MM ards pastor. Sunday school at 9:43: complete information today
card from Ben Blggers a few dayi 'I first Friday at 7:30: a. m. Benediction I
!had arrived safely back In the I a, m.; preaching at 11 a. m. and E
'The which I of the Blessed Sacrament Wn ,,,,
saying: ship on n.a
ago m. Junior League at 2:30
United States. Hi ship has been I p. p. m.:
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sailed has arrived safely overseas. Alter mass.CHRISTIAN. l ROr
in convoy service, taking about HI League at 6:00: p. m.; Senior
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Ben Is connected with Co. B. I fifteen days for the trip." SCIENCE Clll'RCll1 League at 6:30: p. m.; Wesley Fel- eALTINOR.
Engineer, American Expeditionary lowship 6:30: ; evening service,
Force -"On Wednesday evening the Florida City: -Broadway, and'
7:30.: Prayer meeting at 7:30: p.
"Lena Seifert was operated on Ramblers met at the home of the Sixth street Sunday school at I m. Wednesday.: Brooker Lumber
appendicitis on Monday in Mi chaperone, Mrs. A. C. Graw, and 1:43: a. m. for pupils under 20 year CompanyPhone

ami."Arrived." (surprised Harold Sheffield I who it age; morning! service at 11 Silver Palm Community Church C2 Homestead, Fla
this '1 has enlisted In the Naval Reserves 'clock. Wednesday evening *erslcea -
on Wednesday of -the Rev. T. H. Norton, pastor
M week, Haael Elizabeth at the land expect to leave on the 17th. which Include testimonials Sunday school every Sunday at 10
This is the second one of the )f healing and experiences End remarks -
home of Fred Oidlof. Congratulations. -,I a. m.; preaching services on first
." I Ramblers to join the recruit and on Christian Science, 8 third and fifth Sunday at 11 a

--"Acting on the advice of President !I we are sorry to see them go. m. The public la cordially P'I m. and 8P.in.PrincetonThe.

Wilson In relation to the con- 'Frank, A Roberts, the other enlisted to attend.

servation of labor A. II. Waldin I member, I II in camp near May 29 Letioii-aermon Rev. T. H. Nor
I Washington, D. C." ton, pastor; preaching at 9:43: : a rI
has perfected a pneumatic drill toploi "Ancient and Modern
m., followed by Sunday Khool.METHODIST. .
and crusher that will do the work "L. H. SweiUer who has spent Necromancy Alias Mesmer-

of several men at a great savingof ''the winter seta will give the Ism and Hypnotism, Denounced. FREE

time and effort. children under 19 year of age an I ." Florida City-The Rev. Thos. B I "

"James Miller, son of E. C. Miller Ice cream treat at the pavilion Sheldon, pastor. Sunda) school

has been Bent to Norfolk, Va., Saturday afternoon. He expectsto I CHURCH OF CHRIST 10 a. m.; preaching 11 a. m. and VolJACKSONVILLE

to take three years' schooling leave for his home in Arkania' Homestead-First avenue andN. ( p. m.; Junior meeting (.30 p. m.. OLE

thei*. very soon." (Florida City), W. Fifth St. Bible study at 10a. Young People meeting 7:15

m.; communion, fellowship and Prayer and class meeting 7:30:

May It, 113 -"R. L. Hamon, manual training preaching at 11 a. m.: preaching! at Thursday

"Born at the home of Samuel instructor of the Homestead school 7:00: p. m. Prayer meeting Wednesday -
Edward*-Kenneth Edwards." has been called In the draft and I at 7:00 p. m.CHURCH PENTECOSTAL OA Nn ANOUWI.fcW*.

-"W. M. Bradley, the bank cash I I leaves on Friday. A number of Could*-Sunday school at 9:43 IWOX COMFORT **
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.d i.p..f f .
OF GOD 11 and 7:30 r i.iwe a doe.
preaching a. m. : m.
ier. I* badly crippled with his pupil took him on a farewell p. t... Jod'sss.46 [ woe soak bell ad
tism. rheurna-I I truck ride to Miami Beach on Homestead- 0< N. W. First HOMESTEAD PRESBYTERIAN lt.MtM* wow wss.r ad., ..Led.w ,
.-.. dw...[ wile 1 .,
"Mrs. B. A. Tlbblts, *. Thursday" avenue; the Rev. and Mrs. E. F. Samoa sad w.dbry I.., Its"so too
W. Camp and Mr*. A. C. Craw attended -"Miss.Herlong of Princeton has Brown, pastors. Sunday school at Homestead-Itrome' avenue at wow as cash flow.
the colored Red Cross meet- been appointed by Prof. R. E. Hallto 1:49: a. m.; preaching at 11 a. m. N. 18th street; the Rev. E. L. Nel- All CONDITIONS .
I minister, Bible school at COCetAiL LOUNGE CO/OES CHOP
Ing at Ida Logan's on Wednesday I serve out the present term of and 7:43: p. m.; Junior Y. P. at 7; son, QININO AND 6,11111044, 5OOM5

afternoon i the principal of the Florida City children's meeting at 7 In parson .- M-ft llrtMMl .
-'Stuart Loveland was taken to school." age. Prayer meeting, 7:49: p. m.ednesday. I TI Room 1100 M Aseas SLID 1
I ttlkwiSUO I
24 Room
the Sanitarium Sat- i losing one of its Sl.M
"Princeton
Bayvlew on Let Us H f..h a..ee al.. a.d fa40tt1
urday suffering with an infected best families a* Mr. an Mrs. D. E. Ise... M daW o..t.eA"
CHURCH or THE NAZARENE ,
amt" Sparkman leave today April 30th, POVM .".
-"Geo. C. Proctor has sold his for Ojus to make that their, Homestead The Rev. W. J. RejuvenateYour 50th CAUSSe MOtES a550t0I

restaurant to Ford Cochran and home. Parker, pastor. Sunday chool! at
with Mil. Proctor andf family -"Mrs. A. W. McVkker has beenIn I 4.4) a. m.; preaching at 11 a. m. Car

left for Washington on Thursday, bed this pest week. "(Prince- and 7:30: p. m.; N. Y. P. S. and

where he may enlist In the signal I ton.) !! Juniors meeting at 8:30 p. m. Wood Work

corps. -" arl and Joe James leave today Prayer meeting Wednesday ven- I
-' C5. I. Gault, who hal been work- for their grandfather's home in i ng 7:30 p. m. Body Fender Repairs '

inn at the aviation camp in Key Georgia." (Princeton). [ Tops and Trimming ONLY
West, was badly hurt on Monday I -"J. M. Kllng and family arc Princeton the Rev. C. A. Con- MONKEY

morning. lie was helping to raise now located In their new home onj: ton petator. Sunday school at 0:45.: Seat Cover JUNGLE

a 24-foot door when the BO-pound Eighth street" (Florida City). | preaching at 10:49: a. m. and 7:10 Fainting I IArt's
m. Junior meeting at 0:30: : IN THE U.S.
0. younlpeople'l
roller fell from the top, striking -"Mr*. Jess Simmons I lion the' 1
meeting at 0:30.: Prayer
him on the head, laying open his sick list" (Florida City). i i '.
received 'IIfttl", Wednesday at 7:30 p. m. Florid. M..awW
skull aod breaking his arm. He -"Letter have been Paint Shop axle -- Pei west
f was taken to the St. Joseph's Hospital from Leo Hauaer, son of Mr. and I n lint rood s..lh f /

iY unconscious but was reported Mrs. Chas. Hauaer of Florida City!ether machine and was attackedby U3 N. KROME AVt- b.d os"Ifh.a.Ylsai. IN.w.r
on Wednesday to be out of dan,saying that he Is well and likes his' six Hun machines. My aeloran
pro Mrs. Gault was on a work. Hi tint letter told of the I Il control were shot away and I received I 115w.

to Key West for a few day Vlalt\\i sea trip and mentioned the fact a bullet in the leg. I man- --11'"

.t will stay till it is known l that he saw no submarine ."l aged to get away from them and "
reach our lines; where they gave .
k getting better. I'Don ,Letter from Hugh Arthur ( I
-- E.: Ferreyra expect to Florida City): Somewhere inFrance 'up the chase. My observer shot : THE WORLD'S GOOD NEWS '

leave for Washington in a few April L 1918: 'Dl.lerj)! one of them down, but I was un- yr will com to your home every day through :: j
and will enlist while Friends I in the hospital able to land safely and received Ii
day, likely : am ,, I ie
there. He has had military service but not seriously l wound1ed :I a broken band and two ribs, besides THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR ;

before tn. Argentina In the . During the big push (the a few bruises in the fare ... An Imltnutioiul Vfilj Newspaper r ""..
) B ew.oeis fee MI UM r)4'i itou. twtnirtiTt Sou** Tta IMnltae40M
heavy artillery department"Florida beetle of Pleardy) have been working M ..plll UU> M MltlMf U fcMM .
( City very hard and doing a good, Homestead High School .. .... MIl __I, wits tore. h...re. ,.. boa ... all the
I ,....... Isaieduef tile wells., Yafuuso ...-
-."A very pleasant time was spentat deal of firing on imps en the will present 'It ------ _. .
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the home of Miss Anna Lochrleon road. On the 27th my machine !- Tht =i-=:rvhll.hlat =
Monday evening when... wa hit and I landed In 'nomart'sland' I "The Gypsy Rover"miukal On nouon .
,tY sitesk aq -__... M Tne Chrlstka rtnwi tlMttw hen I Iwo
t '. farewell supper for GIlD In a Held full of shell hole

..; ;I MId Glen Low. Those at 11"1 I The shell were bursting .ill!, a ocmedy .It... .MSno....... *
\" f, '... Hipper( were Glen Love, Glen around m,'. one I landing within S'j May 17 at I p. ...

f'' __l..1<..d flQldJ.r'- 9len Summers, Leldaj j: feet of m while, I was getting cmsi : Neva King Cooper SchoolAdmlnUa :::==- ::= = :::
I .HIbMt.\MarloA Holmes, Marga- >r me machine I deserted the -;;;; : .

/ '" >*"'Robertson., Isabel Grew and|machine and finally found 11\11| l.e and I5G

: .e,;.,. .....ltt "+' ..undo. (Florida City). J camp. Kent day I toot \ip pn-j




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May 27. 1938 THE lEADER ENTERPRISE race Eleven



\: :- LEGAL NOTICES I I. LEGAL NOTICESNOTICE i LEGAL NOTICES


""'- i I CLASSIFIED ADS
nencE OF BAH ,.r TAX: CERTIFY OP SALE OP TAX CERT1F Subnputat sated Or 1...to.. toles will be I
CATI I CATM I amid to the kNriMBt ...... at tot COOK
AMH al+ Nw IMI I I I .40..110._ Na.. final I|I HOUM la Miami -tholloo. ath dar a< Jua*. I
Mode k) napwe" that T A. raaater. I 1 Noting h kmkr glee Uua Alra L. Nik. ;'I' ini beginning .. ,* of toa oatorkMr ItATX. First InwrtVoa 101) a line subsequent Insertions
ka filed renuoil that doe ballots bad filed with ma written raauaitthai A. All. or ao thentaftew as u. eased
...* _.... wltk all auk- ale tax Mrt4fk.ua kmtkar wait M roariMd /a... aauraa.Dated M B line
omhted InW ta_ /mdad4H I at Miami Floriaa this Uw lltk
or all uikarajuaat amrttad ar kr>MaladlM tame I.. .
", S oar IN*. kaM kr the BUM ka adrar. the roar talk how kr. the bate ./ .. Mar IMS.B. .
.d aoM to the nlakait. ......... for ka adimfcad gad sow to tko klakaat hide : B. LRATHEIwXAK FOR RENTFOR FOR
1, J3r.a provided kr. Chapter IBM. of the >r for wok .. provided by Ckarta lltaa.at Clerk CtravK Cnut. SALEFOR
." 3 d th Ualilatura. UPON tkaMtowSat the IMT Acts af the Lotkilatara. Spamthe I I. lIMo Ouatr MorwaCircuit .
dmrlkrd post -tote In doe tollowliw aaarrlkid not _.... to till Court Sisal) RENT Good nit.
:. roomy SALE Urge wardrobe
t aalt Dada Stela of FhrUa, ......"t Cum Ir of nada, Sub of Florida, tawltlLot ..r JNO. FENHO INS ,
tarn list ft Eaxt of BW Corner af BEUrf I. Block 4. spring Ga..... Tka (Published Mar I*. IT. Jose .. apt Cool well turnbhed. Sum- practically new. Reasonable

WBU C II foot North M* ft West 41 tames to ka mow ar* kknrod kr. Ortlft-i, mer rate. rcatoniblc Auk at Phone 530-J ( 27)
'1' ft to Point af atawlaain. lowassertion aato ale 14441 af anal End ropraawta toaaa I IM Till CIRCUIT' Cotrorr or line p my
tiv II Townihlp IT Bann II TheM far the mara 1M to IMI both Inclusive. Bl.KVKNTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN Western Union (my27U)

gains am ha Now ara .ldeed kr Canlfl- ,awiaantln to 8330.15. AND Mil DADS COUNTY FLORIDA. FOR SALE Tropical plant, citrus
_M .... 1414 of IMI and __too tees saw tax aarUflcatol traratkar with alluhMgu.nl )I.. 11921.AIDA ring Wo-
11' 1M ago par IMI U IMI both Inclusive omitted ar ....... tales will Warid ArTTONOWIET Plaintiff va. FOUND trees and tropical fruit In

end MM to Isis both lnolu.lv,. amounUn to the k rko>l bidder at the CoartHouaa D. .. AKTONOW8KT Drfvndrnt.ACTION man'i Club clubhoiue Owner season Jungle Grove Redlanil

'1'., "fSn.0 NWU of _loa W Township 1M brclnalm M,Miami",at o*tot the boar Itk af day km of otlock June!I ORDER FOR FOR PUBLICATIONIt niVOR) B I I eaQ have same by identifying road and Plummer drive.

11 ooaUlnln 41 Acrw Th A. M,' or aa aooa UMraaftor BJ till lama1mar ', anprartiw .kr affidavit filed kcraln that rin(. Phone 27.
UmItobe. Kit ar. .vldenned kr Oertlfl7Na. ka reached In dam --. 111II plaintiff. Aida A.__,. la oat_ I 1 1I R. L RED rR\"ERS-i.ln Grew
'if MM of IMI and ....-.. tana Dated it III... Florida, thin Uw llth to ...- .ky .bltoalloa aaallut her kirnband Furnished
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pi RENT
.. Jot! -tho.....* 1MO IMI and IMI to IMI. day of Mar IME.. R. B Antonovnkr. who la Mated to I rom Bpart- ed. Free delivery city Phone
to' hath .......1.... amounting to 171.M. R. UtATHERMAN I ka a ..ra.ld.nt of the Stab of Florida.d Summer rat**. Mn. CH. 1 I I 533: .M. McEwen Poultrr Plant.
Imo: t E. F. Brook.. Add The taxes Clark Circa* Cawrt. I
A HlkVtald an evidenced kr Certificate No. Dado Counlr Florida.Circuit > .whoa. raildaaoa to unknown to to.plalnUff I Biggon, 104 N. E. 2nd BVB.my .

',. tHS *f IMI and rapraaanta taxes for theIan ( Court Baal ,I II I. therefore oroVrcd that the mold ( 20 U) : WANTED

,": itdlol'fl.to lose. both Rr JNO. FTiNNO!: D. C. B B Antonowakr k* and k. I. bony. I*
; far :.ale (Pukllakad May M. IT. Ju". I. 1MII. qulrad to appear lo the kill' of auaaamMt On REN'l. fun.irrwd IIpL I
F. F Brookes Addn. The taxes 1 I TUTORING WANTED
4
bat for dlvona filed hands oa or boosted the high
to It MM ago evidenced hy OH flrnte NTWt ". i I IU day of Juna. A D. IMI and la dfauH.f downtown Summer rate till ,
S and ravreviMI tax.. for therein NOTICE OF SALE OP TAX: CEETIF1- school and grade school iubio,! uI .
Jrl 1 .. 10 appaarlnx till MM Bill of lumalalnt I Sept. 1. See Henry Bchrenn
l' 1 IMI, and loss to "I'JJH both C'ATKAApplication Na. Illl I for dlv..rr* will b. takes .. .onl.... M I Mn H. J. Armstrong. A !:t..
hnliuivi. mountln, to I1. HO mini the said dVfMHlant.Thai or BenJ W. MorrU (mutt) i
Lot I, E. P Urookera Addn The to... NolleIn hereby given that 0. B MN -. order b. published ....... a woakf Plummer dl'lvtlnd Counll'yCub
t" h, mid are rvld<-nil ly C..rllflrn( ... N". .., 1 hot filed with m. written rwi"....tth f .. Gladi',1NTFU .
live Furnished
"" ''n> r ok. 'In Tk. [ FOR RENT spirt
.' n''M of lHll and re"l..c.,t. ton fry file ?t .hv tae .. .1111. at. Worthier will Entoprise. of ,I
Hnmntead Florida.
yean IMI and 1A"S to 1988 bothnrtuxlsu/ sill mil-,,,,,"nt umitt.d; l or l WOW ....... In. ,, a ment. clean conveniences i
phllol.d I D.oV
Cuu II
.. nnoantm to lift no 01"01... ,h. ,."r 101M. hold by the But.IK .. pa I lot,I Lhlo 20th lay ..f A..rll". A.y. D,0"1 Also. t ht'I\\I house, 2 b -droomn : I \ : Painting. 0' c''i 'H uI -
Said lax r.rtifir.td. it 'h wail all I advertised and sold U the highest MlI
: r:. U : t 11\ \\ '"I K Pi ice reasonable. t'"i, .
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.. 1If's, Eva Collins
et8algwttt umllrI I I .r Irrir.l I rill beId f. r ,10 I provided 10. Ch.|>l.r ""l"". I lOll "It'rlt'ic.
.,,1 toh., I hbh..1 blIoI" .t LI!,,' (' ,,,,IHniM ..r th. 111111 Ad, "r this Lrul.laturr. u 1'"'' .CI" ".l ( "..url S.I, Clerk Circuit corner I31.t:1 na drive and I 1 In ( Slmlh C.\,r. 4th) st. and 1 lot
In M .ml I' 'n th* 12th I '", the f". I..nitiit ......"h.1 r l 106. In h. .
IfJR, Ur,t ,n'UK .it ., ,"' ,,''t.I/\: \ ; ('."my' "I dads. 1<,.'"' "r Florid.. t.nh ..' '. h its;t, M a Fill.1u SWIPT. Deputy C'I.et.l! Federal Ii gh\\IY! "t Moth I oFoTTs \, C.. "I"ellceot, t W. 0.1 \\ -

A Moo.' n. ''''n .' ." -" x. 'h"r,,' 'oo" ro. Lfuk 1 ", Itxk' 01 1I"k. UlN .'' I'If" I .rein. ... : '. II"JIl..h'old.t \ III l
?.". h. r-.rh.rt I I d ,- ."... f 1'1" I"u. 1,. tee Id H, ,,1.1..1 1 1I \ ', I 11.I..ml ------ -- ---
Duted at MIl. Islands this .h, 1:.,', I, 11 i" "1' hrua'I 0' I 1'; .",,1 ,,, ,,, t I i K .
,, I May n. n. l'. 27)NOTI ) \\ N;'Tt) r i'llngi of h".ucitint
d.y of M,y. I 1MH. ', " I '..1. ., I
f n. II t'I M\V. ,,,, ,,,,,, "'", ". ,' ,,'" l I IDNED IIpH.IITH'nil for.rtat. H ',ty
i.H ( r: OF LOT OF DOOTtS and win lotomphti \, '
; APr''TION FOR TAX
( I-1 f l 'r., ('marl ? n't., t-. her, vllh) nil
!)',,], C-t, 11...) UClrmlt .uh""nt a'nll.1 w Ivvhod ta,.. will!, h. I v, ,1''l fiiiic; lumber" 11'hivns ft BenJ. W. Morn. N.
"fI 1... 11 1".1" hdd.r. 1'm, ( rnplar 17157-Art. of I01S
( Court B oil .t 'h Krome nvc. north of I 10'nt,
: I bpsmi
I'v INI PrNNO n. C Ilonxe '"' M I mi. ." this ash ..". "r .1" 1' File A 1U4I nlI1t"n\\ HHies
OablMied May 27, Jane II t7"x 1 I'S". h.I.n"." nl LI r hunt "I t. ,i, f", sA 1.. d.'" I. h.-h .1.',. that W. un.>. I Sr.,tt & WhItaker. SI ')0 N store; phone 94. (all ()
i : : I, r I "I rt" "f State and C"unty 1.. C.rN .
ll.n .fl.r ,
r the '
as -' .m
..M I.- r-1-1 ,ill .1:.1I .. .. n, ,. ", tl7 l land the Mh day ..I W :';1'1' MHn I. Phone I \','i\NTFD--.G..ud clean otto '7.
'f NOTRE OF SA'1 'W TAX (KK1in- "'" h.t'xl t- Miami.; : i"id; : chi. the Inch A".,..l. A U 'MB. hall filed .... In my 34113. '

C&TIMApplication ,toy "I M... loss.F. ,/I -. slid hal made applloall for I tax i i .1e.dcr-Enterprise.
No. Mil II LI:ATH :RIfAN. d.'d I" I. Issued th...... .. Said C.rtlfl
M". Arthur ,.a.r rn-l m- h. foil ,wlna lU.rikcd FOR SALE Second hand Frlgidnire '
I Ii ... given that ('I I "rk Circuit ( ""rt. ,
rJrXVr..t Ilh.i r ,>-.,v ,Io 1'e County "f Dad.. Ht,u "fFl
"' W ..'" 1I'I.th hen ) > Undo C untr. Ilorlda $20 Inquire Leader-Rn- I LEGAL NOTICES
wild me written mi''-t that th.' In (Circuit Court ...1' '"rda. towltI ,
I I., t a. I 1'1.I .. k I. Ifallandal. Park No terprise
crew/irate wreth-r with .'I .'''''I'<1I1'.t lly JNO FFNNO: D. C. I
11 Pint Book 17 P... in In the LounIv .. IN Till cinrnr COUNT np IH*
... IMt, MId by the ...... b. advertised .nd "f Dado, State of Florida FLF\KNTH Jl DICIAL CIRCUIT IN
KM eta hliihMt bidder for cash pro- The oases, went of sold property under LEGAL NOTICES AND FOR PADS (COUNTY FLORIDA
", -II Hi by chapter IBM. of till HIT Act NOTICE OF BALK ftp TAX CRRTIFI the uld' .."III.... Issued was In tka IN HAVtERY NO. l."l.

\ of tk. Urrt.1. ..... Upon t' CATES n'I of : Unknown Will (1CI or 'ALl 0' TAX CERTIF1. I Victoria N. t...."..Im... an "nn "..-t
ettbdBwr real .,... In t,," County or D.d.. Application .... 1111 i 1 I sew MrtKlcate akall ka radiam I CAT woman, Pl.lntlff ... W. Gordon r.-.n,
ad anordlni to low. UM aMirlkadtknvln ....
to.wltgf821A uroportr Application N. MMNolle at. al. nol.. .
01 Fkwhis. walk* fa hereby given that Da.mar N.
will k* add to the highest klddrrat BILL TO romcnoag TAT DRKDB
of that Story M
to given
0611 of NW14 bombs
.wL'il Frilly has fllad motets ma written request *
the Court haw door the lINt '
Moo
uof on ORDER OF PI BI.ICATIONIN
: f"BW Avery. Asset of the Owner boo filed
that the certificates with all
tax totothm
TntMhb H Ran. 40, containinlgon7.60 subsequent omitted or levied. uxai Inol id day. lth 10h.. month of Juna af Jim. 1*>I. which lath. with ma written roauoit that till Ua earllfmite 1 THIN NAME OF THE BTAT .)P
dar 1MB
MM. Th. tele to be Paid uvoUur with all lubaequant omitted FLORIDA
lug that Md the luta kaadvwtuMd
IBS" kr
year Dated thai 4th dar of Mar. I MlB I TO THE: DEFENDANTS W. COHIMIN
SF = br aartiflrato 178* of 1MO and mold to Uw kluhat bidder j or levied told In 'I,idlnc the rearIMI
R.
LKATHFRMAN DEAN residence unknown Al.I'FHT
uiaa for till reara IM for look at provided kr CkapM mKN. of hold kr the State be advrMtd. and .
.
Clerk of
: Otrault
,; M, both Include, amounting to the IMT Arms of the LMlilatur upon 'h.lollo..lno Court. aold to the highest: bidder for mail aa pro. RATE, raeldence. anaaown TARHIF KHLBN
=li41Said I Dada County, Florida. and kmhand C t. KMLEN rail. n,-r
vlded kr Ihtptor l tM. of the IMT Acts
described real estate In Uw I : ;
Rtnet.lVe"
I call Court Reall!) ;
certificate together with all of the Leatelatur.. upon the following 1210 South Waahlnrtou Wrist
.. .
t. County of D.d., of Florida. towHIOovt. !
sub""_-_......- or levant taxes will Lot 4 and 8WU of MWM, BWUNWtt I By N. 0. BTERRETT. D 0Mar described ml e.taM In the County of Dada Ohio : CARRIE J. BROWNELL and
...,|.... to lot hl..... bidder at tka Court of 8EU ,% of XFwj of IEK: ( I. II. SU 17. IMI I BUM of Florida. .....Iu DROWNKIL bar husband If ma. "".I.
some la M ami, on Uw lath Bar of Juna. 84 of BEU Section II. Township ... BRt4 of NWU Section 14. Township I reainViw Pnelnfrvr Boa *V7. Dayton 'hi. .
llrja, beginning at the hour of ton clock Range 411. aontalnlnr 40.... Mraa Posted or NOTICE OP APPLICATION FOR TAX: IT. Ita... M oontalnlnc 40 arm mot PAUL LEZET8KY naMeim 7nl Main
the ..... The team ta ka mold ar evi.denced Street Bworervllla. Penmylvanla I I'AlII.
t. M. ar M aoon thereafter al aam MM. The ton to k* sold ar* evidenced PEED or *
moat ... reached In d,HI eounwDated kr lartirieato No. ash 7 of lots and nrp. I Chapter I74IT-A.ta af falls kr Con"..... No. 1487 of IM4 and / SLIPKO: and MARY SLlPtX: his w.r..
thla the lit- ........n.. team for tot IMI to realdenc 4al Moeum Street Bwoyr, .III.Paaaarlvanla ..
it MI." Florida reams toa.a for the raised 1.11 to I..,. Fin A U<4 / rear
day of II." both Inel..,... amountln to I14M.Tl. Notlc. la kinky given that W. D Baxter I.... both Inclualva. amounUni to 141II ; WILLIAM H. BLAKE: .and
"VBtEATHERMANClark 'I BaM tax orrtflcatea. tomtkar with allautmaiml hold* of State and County Tax Certificate I.... 1. I and I. BUick I. rinehuratAdda I BLAKE bin wife If ma. Irdrv.lo.nc. .
of Circuit Court. omitted or levied tarn will ka Na II* blued the lat day of Auiuit A. to Hnmaatead The taxes to beI New York n4N.W York VK:-
Dido County. Florida. saw k' tha klr.M.1: bidder at the Court ''D. HIT has filed lama la mr office, and I hold ara avldenrod br Certificate' No adds TOR W PKTFRHON: PPIfB.
ICIrmlt Court Seal.) Houaa la Miami an lot lth tar of Jun.IM .. hai mad. application for a tax dad to kaUauad i af IMI and represents tola for Uw roan I BON hot .if.. If married. _Idrnr.0

By JNO. FENNO D. CIPnblbked .. .... .. .. at till hour of ton ......... th.n..n. Bald Certificate *m. MO to loss, both /nelsolvo.nano to BCHOYLER DUNBAR a WElNfCIDCoatlnMtol ,
Mar 17 Juno I. 10. ....) A. M.. ar aa sat thereafter. aa the aunamar bores MM folwwlnadMoribrd. property I4TII i Illinois Bank Bulldlnf, I him.go
... In of State of Let 4. Block II Boulevard Addn toHonwitoad. Illlnok.
ka punched duo tsCounty Dad. Florida .
Detail at this the Ulh ..-wlt ILota The ..... to ka said ara ...1. And much and ...., of the ....... .ward
Miami Florida
t NOTICE OF BAIPJ OP TAX: CERT1FIApplkatlaa dar of Mir. IMI.I and 10. Block 1. Hallandal I'|1... ** kr Certificate No. Mil of IMI aVfradinte eauarawlr and eanral j If
ATIII I B. *. LKATHERMAN. I Park No. II. Plat Book 17. Pan I*. I .... ........n.. taiea for the rear lulu I Hvlna and If and all partita rte,ming
N.. IMI I I 1 I to MM, kotkilacl lva, imountln to IIM, Interaet usher much until the M. v v
Clerk of Circuit Court th* County of Dado. state of Florin. I ,7rIlo-:
Not*, b hereby given that Hanna Col Id& I Bald tax certificates Uwethar with all named defendants ar '. da.'lsod
aim hat filed with ma written roq..., Circuit Court Sent Dada County Florid I _mont of Hid property under .Ueooent ore tted or levied taxes will ka 1 I' ar otherwlM. and Animation. any Inur .'I 'n
that the Ui certificate tmntkar with the .M rerrlf mid to the highest klddw at the Court the property h.rjnnfter' dnacrlbedIIROVCK .
Rr JNO. FT.NNO D. C. i kaU issued wad I. th. Daniel .
III subsequent omitted levied tease In. C. WILBON re.ld.nr. tlReha
or oft Unknown Haw In Miami on the lit dos lot June.
(Published Mar '0. IT June I 1'" .
.
lludln the rear IN. held .kr the Statoka ) Union Hid wrtlfleata hall b* radaamnl 1M. beginning' .t the hour of toa rkjck. ,, I'.are. 11:0..._ Illln..U.
advarthed and aold to the htehaet bid. according to law tha property dMaribadtharaln 1; A. .... or aa soon thereafter u tot sons 1 All unknown aarauoa claiming, M ntarlnht
day fur cash aa provided by Chapter DIM. NOTICE or APPLICATION FOR TAX will k. told to the highest. bidder mar W reached In d w mail es..,, title and Internet the wart u..t"r.
., the 1131 A... of the Lnlilatura. upon DIED ., the Court bees door aa she first Mon l Dated .1 Miami: ;Fiorldtl, trial 'th. lltkdar af which Ii ..kno... I* and to the pit p-
rht fallowln I l described real: atom In the Chapter ITIIT-Acta ml Ilia. Fill A IMI dar In the month of Juna I.... which of May. Illl ', artr hararaaftor des '.
County of Dad., state of Florida towltLot t Notice la hereby gives that W Russell the Ilk dar of Juna 1MIDated C. B. LB/THKRMAN. I YOU AND EACH OF YOU( are I" r.arrequired
14 W. D Horn a Buk The taxes Horn. holder of state and County TaxCartlflcata this 4th dar. of Mar IMIB. Clerk' Circuit Covert I I to appear before. the Circuit' C""rt
to k. cold ar* evidenced kr Certificate No. No. 104U issued the l. daraf R. LEATHFRMAN Counlr Florida of Dad County r..Ma it the I.. ,n'y
Iota of in and repn-ente UM for the Au.iurt. A. D. 1927. hid mod same In Clark of Circuit Court .I f.o. FKNNO D C.1 I Court Hew In Miami ...... County. I II.t r.
yen IM to INI both lnclu.lv.. amount.UI7M mr office, and kai wade application fora Dad County. Florida.Circuit (Circuit Cot,.. ": I Ida ua or kef"r* M,....'. the. Itk day "d
/nI Ux dad to ... Issued tharaon Bald ( Court Seat) Published Mar II. M !7. IOM. I June. ISM to a Hill of Complaint b" "vhtacalnat
laid us tortlflcatot. together with allfubeequmt Certificate ambraaat tot followl* d.-. By N. C. BTERRETT. D. I you kr VICTORIA N CODN'MMAN :
omitted or levied u... will be .Abed property In the County of Dada ( May I. II. M IT. *' ) NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX an unmarried womaa faIh.. ;:
old to the highest bidder at the Court state ot Florida. Jo..1I1 PF.ICD poat of funding aerla n Tom l. .daaaalnel
Hour la Miami, a* th. Itk dar of Juna i Lot T. Block 4. 1'orv.nlr Plat I. Chapter I74IT-Acta af Illl i the following deaarMwd pro,v, sty.
Ills beginning al the hour of ton 'clock1A IN THI IR'I'IT COURT 1N AND 0'1 A to-wlt
o Plat Book H. Mura 14 till County File IM iTract
M, or al soon thereafter a* the wume.y of Dad.. BUM of .. l: I DADE 'OUNTY. FLORIDA. 11'1 Ration la hereby given that fV R. CrmaIrr I. Bird Road Farm a ""b-
be naehd Is d, esuree. The a... ....... of sold property under CKRT. NO II.HI. holder of state and Count Tat Certificate division a oord a* to the let r,.
( Dated al Miami Florida, thin Uw IBtb till amid (ortlflcala Issued was lo the VICTORIA M tOUNBFLMAN an No 1147 issued the led dar ofAuruit. of, rararded In Plat Book f : III
t .Vof Mar I.... iB. rime all Unkaowa.UnUaa married woman Plaintiff v*. W. GOR.I A D. lilt. Imo filed aanw In mroffice of tko Public Record of Dada County.
DON DrtAN ... al. Drfeadante.
< B, LKATHERMAN Mid aotlflcato. .h.lI..* ro.aofmnd and bah made application for a Florida )
] Clerk Circuit Court. I Recording, to law. lot proportrdoorrllwd Bill Til roRrUIOKK TAX DEEDS I tax dead b* ha leaned thereon BaM Or.tlfloaM Tract S and *, Bird Road Farm. a
Dad* Count. Florid thrraln will ka mid to the hl"hal ORDER OP PUBLICATION' I _h.tho following dVoartkedprnoertr ubdlvt.lon. aoanrdlna- the ,,lat
tINU" Court Ban!) bidder at the Court knew door on the, It appearlnx ky Sworn Hill of Complaint' I i 1 la tin County af Dad*. State afFlorida. thereof. recorded In Plat Book I. ,....
By JNO; FFNNO D C. tint Monday the month of July. IMa, filed In the akove euwd mass. that REALTY Aswan II. of the Public. Moron of IJede
" ....... Mar SO. IT June I. loss). which la the 4th day of July lull SECURITIES CORPORATION a I Lot U, Block M. Miami Bkoraa Boa.na County, ..uwldlBU
ftatea this IMa day of MM.. IflllB. : Florida curaoratlon. hal kea dlMolvad kr < I. Bubdn. Plot Honk 1*. Pane I II. of BW 4 of BWU. of ..t.... K
t; IIOTICI OF ALE or TAX: CEETIFI- B; LEATHERMAN: rooUmatloa of the' Governor of till state 37. I. tho County 01 D...., State' d Township M itiutk. of -Ita.... 40 Ia.l.
, | GATES I Ck>rk of ClrauU Court of Florida on November. IT two. and thai I I. Florida. sustaining 18 serum Mass or ..... I.
,o I AppllratlM Na. IMI Dada County. fl........ plaintiff belles that there mar ka pars' Tk aeeMamenl af mow property ender the County uf ....... State of Florulaothorwba .
JNotlM It hwrtr lm that Arthur (Circuit Court Sent) ,. or parties whetlwt natural serpents the sod ...."..... leaned was In till naawof I Uw alkaallaaa of ...Id1.11 .4
.i. Anttk kaa filed with m* written raaumt Br N C BTFRRETT D. C or municipal Interested In give .."Inafteird New Miami him Corp. Complaint will be taken aa *oafea>. l yTIN
( that the tax Mrlirirataa toavthar with (Mar M. 17 Jun* I. II) :tprlbed land, ttalmlna tkrmxk or under I I ValeM and ronlflcato ihall W redumiidacmrdln
y ........-' omitted at I..M toiai Imo REALTY SECURITIES fORPOHATlONa to law. the property dMirihadtheraln order shall ka published. I* Uw UodarKMorprtee -
siding tot rest lava. hold kr till "uwadwrttaW Florida corporation, now dlaaolved andthat will a* will U Uw hwheal: bidder a Newspaper poblbb.'fn
> and sold to the klahMt ...... NOTICE OF BALE OP TAX: C'KKTIM such Portion af Parties ar* uebnownafter I at lot Court "bow door on this fine Monday Homeatood Dado County Florida. 'mv*
*r for nuk a. prorkM kr Chapter IIIM. CATM diligent carob and Inquiry. sold In Uw month of Juno. IMI, waists lathe a week fur four (41 conaovHtlva we v.
4 the IMT A... of tot L.rbl.enn. I Application Na. IMt real propMy bring described ao fellows. lth dar of Juna. 1.80. Dated this the lob dar of Mar IM.
qo followliw 4> lr>d Plot ratato la the Notlo Is iMrobr given I that Don Tal- lawlt : Dated this 4th day of Mir. IM* L LEATHtRMANUw
Onraly of Dada. state of Florida. to-will bolt has fold with ... written raouoa! 5A of 'W'4 of Sw1(, d Roetbn 14. E. B. LEATHFRMAM Chub Circuit O., 1.:
I l.* 4. Block t. Fraaoa Ind Add. toonoHnd. that the tax aartlflratea together with Township $4 .....1/0. of lla... ttI 100" Clark of Circuit Court. Circuit Court Seal*
The taxes to ka sold ara all subsequent omitted or laid taxes In- ', In tha County of Dada and Stab ofFlorida Dada County FloridaClnaH Br ". Deputy ".k.
.","-aOTd kr. Conlflcito No. 1177 of last aludlnl the roar IMa, held kr the BtaUka 'I ( Court Seal, Morrow Mar*, red ButtonSolicitor .
and NBraanita tanai for the room low to advartlMd and cold to the Mahout hale. 1, It la therefnn Ordered that mold REALTY Br N. C. BTERRETT D. C. for Plaintiff '

a MM. both lnrlu.lv. amaunlliui to Ml.II. dw for Muih .. provided kr Chapter III**. SECURITIES CORPORATION. a Mar I. II U IT. 111 Mar a. II U. 17. f".OI
, laid tax antlflmtea totMhor with all af UM IMT Asks of Uw LacUlalura. upon Florida corporation. now ......... and
okl rrl omitted or knlrd Wes will kaMid the following described roil estate III till all partial ..,,. fanaraato In. and U .
to the highest: bidder at tot Court County af Dad. State of FlarMa. to-wUl I I the above der'ltd. limitations wader ar tram '--' "

B_ '. Miami. aa use lib dar of J..... Lot 1. Block I. P......,. plat No. I. REALTY SPCURITIEB CORPORATION
Ian. ....I.nl.* at the bear of ton o.lotk Tk. team to h. wld ... arldonord kr COWl o Florida I corporation, now nmoalved. orotb.rwlo.
A. 11. so ao homelier o tot moot, ....... No 140 of .DM tad roproorauUiaa be and they ar hereby reuelredI. I
slow 110 "asked I. date e.u2... far UM ,.... H" to IIM. both la appear to the Bill af Complaint filed
W a. NI-let Florida. Nis tot tale .,../.*. _II.. to ....... I la Uw how caw. an or b fee Monday. EDWARD STILING
4OFll of II.... l938.1L. | Lot f. Black I. Porvaab Pals No. 1. the. lath day of J.... loss. otherwise th
I
E. LEATHERMAN, I 1 Into axes to ko auM ara aviamMod kr 0.I ..- allegations of aaM Mill will ka taken aarunfovM
Clark, C1.0.10 (120r4. I Itl. I Itlflcate N*. Nat of UM slid najraaaajtatoiM by aaM ...,.........
CoaIMJO. FNr/d., for the lean tat to I.... cotk I..1..1. .- It k further ORDFKKD that title Order
( ...!, W. ...1- .... __.tI.. to III.*.. hr published once n weak for for (4)
FKrTOO D C Lot I. Blab. 4. Porwalr Plat Na I. ..,_ull.. week la five LradarCntarprtaa. Real Estate General Insurance
(PuklUkM Mw nN17. Juna I: Itta): The taxes u aa sold are vMaaiwd krCartlflrato a aewayejir aublleked In UoaMteadn.de .1
1- N.. M7I of IM and iwpraaaMa County FtorUa.
NOTICE I', axes for the roan IM to I.... kth laalualn. Dated thb tk I4tk dar of II.... IMIE. .
To Wkoat It kUir Caalirai This la to aiaoonUna to ltTJI .. B. LRATHFRMAN I
; :r.- ashes Ws from this data think I Let I. Hkmb 4. Por.nk plot If. 1. I Clerk:af the Circuit O;art.
sea be terg.as&k for am 4>utl a*. r.-o he now on subleases! lor Cw- I I 1 Circuit Court Beol) Cor. Palm A fe. and At e. D Florida City, Fla.Friday .
ale Elm. kr mrMa i I 91m0 d 1930 Hy F J. GOVID Depnrr Clerk ,
.1 -L H CAH NET. I laaaa tar the Pear Ilaar .... tIo I.-ci.: ,, MORROW MAYEB AND 81 TTONSu .
,.... M. ITJxra.3e.N.86J14y .. >a. k-lt/ ,,n Ior Plaintiff .
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1 Pu_Twelve THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Friday. May 27. 19\8:\

I lake and ridge areas, as far north limiHHtHIIMMIMmimHimMIIMmWIIIHWHffllWIWM
DROUTH DAMAGE:I a s Gainesville His estimates are a
based on personal tnipertion of Avalon Osceola
i SAID $10,000,000 I I many groves and talk With growers -
!
In all IICtiona.I '
I He estimates the toes to Florida Cog n PUS
; a
i Ma2' '
Tampa (FNS) In in citrus in general .last week alone
I unofficial report to the department -j I was 4,000 ears, or nearly 1,600,000
of agriculture, TS S. Ellison,'boxes, of fruit-mostly new crop Peaches
chief of the Xedersl-state fruit oranges. 2 caN
front warning service, estimated No.2 Vt can 1 1 1
citrus loons la the state due to the Orchestra Will Play

drouth 000.No at approximately $10,000-I I At Nazarene Revival 17c"Amos Z7c

rain of ,
any consequence
'I
As
seating capacity was overtaxed -
hive occurred over the greater
|I when the orchestra of the
portion of the state's citrus ana
Central Nazarene Church of Mi- OCTAGON
for close to three month and Maxwell House Coffee lb. 27
ami played at revival services of c
weather official state no relief li ,
the Homested Nazarene Church
yet In Ight. Soap or Powders
# !last Friday night' arrangementshave
In estimating "th."low, Ellison been made to provide more KELLOGG.S

damage figured that to the about new half fruit represented crop and:the seats Miami for tonights church's! service orchestra at which will I CORN FLAKES 3 I6c 6 Ig. pkgs. 25c

the balance In damage to young be heard again. I
treei. The old was affect
crop The revival, which Is being conducted
ed to tome extent but such damage RED
by Dr. C. E. Hardy, pastorof PILLSBURY FLOUR Zbab 8ge
la
no way compares with the .
,
Central Nazarene Church Miami
new crop damage, he reported. I Suds
Super
will come to a close Sunday
Hard soaking rains must come .
night Every one Is cordially invited
L. & S.
at once to prevent even more widespread -
to attend, the Rev. W
injury to fruit and trees J. Parker, pastor says of the Homestead pkgs.. .. 27c
'
Temperatures in the SO'i
and a I Butter1
Church of the Nazarene. Grape ZScF
scorching sun shriveled leaves of
trees and hearts of growers over I
the week-end. Scattered thunder Beauty NoteA Whole Grain
showers In one or two spots teacher was te.tIn.lbe general
brought small relief and the Intelligence of a newcomer to her RICE
uation grows more serious .11'1 class. I Bread & Butter Pickles jar ISc
ly. Additional loss Is "Tell me," she said, "what are I :
even should summer rains set in I the general functions, of the skin, 5 Ibs. _ ._ 18c
at once, officials said, as heavy! "Please, q>us,1' I
enOOk:1 Peanut Butter 1 lb. 12c
rains will cause fruit already youngster %r jar
."
blistered from a lack of moisture I raw -Edinburgh Dispatch I II TARGET
to drop. Many growers reported i I

wells County running and lakes dry throughout In Plnellai the I! Turner's Funeral Home JEWEL LARD, 4 lb. pkg. -_ __ __ 45c Corned Beef

area are at the lowest level in
t4-IIR AMBULANCE SERVICE

years.Ellison made his official estimate I Lady Attendant Heinz Tomato Catsup, 1g. size 21c can _ _ 17c
of the damage after a thorough Phone S64-R Homestead,Fla. [
survey of the west coast, central I
I and Andy" Sunburst Bart. All Good PINK

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ApricotsNo.2'2 Salmon
Pork PearsNo.

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:3 cans 25c each .. 19c each 19c 2 cans 25c


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CHUCK ROAST, lb. .. _ZpC
Rinso, Ig. pkff. __ 23c
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BUILD WITH : I i iI Life Buoy Soap,3 for 23(' Veal Roast, lb. Z9c


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OUR LUMBERBUILD j Sliced Breakfast Bacon, lb. .... 35c
Spry,3 lb.can ............ 55c

with our Lumber it'sthe I Golden Ripe COUNTRY ROLL BUTTER, Ib. 32c

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run. Strong, sturdy timber makes
Boneless Picnic Hams Ib.
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W.D.HiDRNECO. i i Slbs. __ ____ 25c SMOKED BACON, lb. .... ____ 22c


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11 N. Krene AT.. Phone M7-I :
Pork & Beans YELLOW ONIONS, 3 Ibs. un.. 14c

I
1 Ib. can ..........._.... 5c
LONG CRISP CELERY ___n_" lOc
I Spaghetti, 20 oz.can lOcELJ.Pea8No.2canlOc

HARRY'S WELDING SHOP LETTUCE, large head _nun. lOc

1'aDfCITOK.> Fir.ensile .
b y tI lJl7 '
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CyUnier ......, Aloanlaaa CaaUaca sal iMIer. ) Gettll.rw I
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AatMseUvt MarX\M KepeJitec-CaUrtn to garages ta Malabwurtac I Milnut .... StmimJ 1W*& CANS'
peering and aligned rwtaihic, eBaecUs red peering } iiunmcs
aa4 aortas surf VUader ktslsv. II 45c
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