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 Material Information
Title: The leader-enterprise
Uniform Title: Leader-enterprise (Homestead, Fla.)
Portion of title: Leader enterprise
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: South Dade Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Homestead Fla
Creation Date: June 3, 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
notis - AKP5867
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System ID: UF00087294:00177
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Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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(VOLUME XXVI-NO. 22 HOMESTEAD, FLORIDA FRIDAY, JUNE 3. 1938 PRICE FIVE CENTS:





I F I HEADS SIFT KIDNAP CLUES I




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of confusion and orderly dispatch I have the negro was telling the

SEARCHING of the numerous details from FIRST CONTACT I truth about "not seeing no note." 7 LOCAL MEN
Princeton stands out ae a major: !, The note found at the shack
accomplishment. !specified a circuitous II.-.., route
Directing operation from a' 'la lubstanoe a* follow, Mr. Sear-
EVERGLADES small desk in the school bus garage -':;SET IN CENTER borough said: I I ARE DETAINED
with the aid of a microphone Beginning' on the road east ol '
and loud speaker equipment II the Princeton Nasarene Church
Preston B. Bird, former mayor ol. to south to Moody drive; cant on
BAY AND KEYS Homestead and Leglonnaiie Hit,iOFHOHSTCADFirst Moody drive to Pine Island drive;;j' FOR GRILLINGJohn
1IO- lrectorl are William J. Ge- on Pine Island drive to Campbell
ronimo, adjutant of John G. Sal- I road; east on Campbell to South
ley Post American "Legion of I Allapattah Gardens drive; south I
Nearly Every Method of Homestead, and Fritz Gordon, Mi I Officer Called inCase on South Allapattah drive ta and Willard Camp

Modern Transportation ami attorney. Mayor Tom Harris I Describes Ransom : Mowry road (which I* at a point ben Jim Herndon and
of Homestead took the lead in ,one fourth mile east of the beginning II
Employed procuring trucks and organizing:1 Route of Mowry Canal); west on Negro in Miami

transportation facilities. A* each i Mowry road to Tennessee road; '
3,000 VOLUNTEERS IN squad leader reports for duty he (TWO TRIPS TO SHACK north on Tennessee to Campbell AUTO THIEF OFFERS

"COMBING" UNITS I* given Instruction and a map BEFORE NOTE FOUND road; west on Campbell (Eighth : $2,000 FOR FREEDOM"Can
of the area to be covered by his I street In Homestead) to the place I
unlMail, of the search parties i of proposed contact, a short distance .
Divers to Continue Huntin returned early from their first Local Constable Sent in west of the Intersection of Raise It on Short

Flooded Rock Pits, task to accept willingly another I Call That BroughtBig Krome avenue. Notice," Prisoner Tells

Canals, Sea assignment for the day. Man Hunt The contact was to be made at Wittkop
I The movement as a whole In I "midnight sharp on Monday".
More than doubled in number under the general direction: of I Mr. Cash's attempt to make the Additional "Jfetentlons" In
since the search for James Galley Sheriff D.. C. Coleman who has Constable Joe Scarborough of contact Monday night resulted in the Cash kidnaping ram are
: assigned to the search every deputy I I Homestead was the first law enforcement failure. Another note found inside said to Include
Cash
Jr. started at noon Wedne,
on his staff who can be released officer to be called to the filling station of another John Campbell ef PrinceUn -
day. torn 2,500 weary' and disconsolate .' from other duties. All II Investigate the disappearance of (Continued on Page Three) brother ef \Ullu4 Campbell ,
postemen returned to' divisions are subordinate to the
reputed onetime rum
the Cash baby. The father, I.
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Princeton headquarter at dusk federal bureau of investigation, Princeton and gun runner
I B. Cash, called the constable by
yesterday to report no remit I which has established headquarter James llrradm *f Home
at Princeton and has about 1 I telephone about 10:IS Saturday stead.
from their daylong trek through' Kidnap
I 50 agents In the field under the ,night asking him to come to John Manuel, negro occupant
difficult terrain In quest of clues direction of K. J. Connelley and i 1 I Princeton at once to start a SidelightsWednesday's ef the shack at whichwas
which might lead to the S'\i-'earJ Arthur C. Rutsen, chief assistantsto left the original ransom
search for the child and to summon
Old kidnap victim.Florida' I J. Edgar Hoover, chief of the note.
federal bureau, who arrived In what help he might deem searching parties -
greatest man-hunt goes Miami yesterday morning and]I necessary. were composed mainly of local : Among the suspects whisked

forward with renewed vigor and was said to have been recognized I I Scarborough immediately put men and boy. The Lion Club away; by the FBI for questioning -
augmented force at even o'clock' mingling with the crowd at Prince- Tuesday ought voted-to report Ina '
a call for Sheriff Coleman andwa In connection with tin (..ISM
this morning, when 130 detach ton during the afternoon. i Iin body for'sesrch duty. John O. 1 1
told by the deputy on duty Salley Post American Legion led kidnaping case are thru South
Leglon-:
ments, averaging 20 men to the Approximately(Continued on Page 2,000 Four) ,I that efforts would be made atone by Commander George A. Craw-I Dade resident. They atM. F
uKit! will be dispatched systematically : ,, to locate the sheriff. thaw Adjutant Bill Geronimo, Braxton, carpenter of Princeton;
from Princeton to extend Preston B. Bird and Mayor Tom ; his eon, J. W. Braxton who has
Proceeding to Princeton, Scar,
the search from metropolitan MIami CITY NOT TO BUY Harris, took charge of the situation I been employed a* a fiche man In
on the north to Cape Sable borough reported to Mr. Cash and i and broadcast calls over the state Cape Sable waters; and W G.

and the Florida key on the south, S. KROME proceeded to make a search of that for more Legionnaires to help-I Rayburn of Florida City, son-in-
and from Biscayne Bay and adjacent SECOND section of South Dade as far north with Immediate and adequate law of the older Braxton.

islands on the east to the Interior and east and as Cutler. A* the response. The Homestead Boy AIM held by the FBI ,ire Wll-
Scouts were also right on the lard Campbell of Miami -iid to
of the Everglade on the TRAFFIC LIGHT I seriousness of the situation became I .
west Job. poosea a long record of prohibition !
apparent, he came back to violations and
known method of modern I gun runningIn
transportation Every with the possible Although the city council voted Homestead and found Deputy The Red Cross and volunteer I Latin American countili md
exception of railroads, will be unanimously at its last meetingto : Sheriff Tom Vann who had returned food crews kept the searching Marvin Cannon, apes Walt i Maxwell
pressed Into service as the prob- Install a traffic light at the Intersection here for the night, and parties fed. who was taken aw -v, from
lem 1 II attacked from earth, air of S. Krome avenue and! again telephoned the sheriffs of- I local authorities on the cvi of a
and water Part of the territory S. W. Fifth street in an effort to fice. Informed that deputieswere The mobile Western Union office preliminary hearing befoi 1'. ace
covered will be searched slow down motorists speeding to on the way to Princeton from Princeton lighted that little Justice S. L. Kendrick for the
again.already Some of the larger and and from Key West and Oversea Miami, Scarborough and Vann settlement up like a "house I theft of an automobile/ b. rising
dense hammocks, too dif- highway fishing! resorts, the equipment proceeded there, too. afire" at night and provided facilities to Stanley Wittkop, Hom. st<',id
more craws has not yet been ordered andit The two local officers reachedthe for the score of haberdasher, last Monday
first U-men
ficult for the
to penetrate thoroughly, will b* I Is understood the city fathers Cash place about midnightTwo sociation and newspaper corres-I, The car was stolen boldly horn
have changed their plans. minutes later four deputies pondents sent there IA front of the office ot South
surrounded by least 80 experienced
at
woodsmen and combed Mayor Tom Harris said yesterday from Miami arrived and about I Dade Farms, Inc., where Mr,
that he Intended to recommendat a minute later still Mr. Cash came Legionnaires and police from I Wittkop I* employed. sctMbtry
ai thoroughly as open pine-land. Monday night's council In with the kidnap notes. Homestead and other communities!about noon Monday and wu driven -
Low-flying plane will scan the ing that the signal meet-I The first note from the kidnaper In Dude County kept traffic moving off at high speed to the 1111/-
Everglade region, spotting and shelved for the present was found on the screen door through Princeton, but the wn apartment on the ustids
mapping for the benefit of their he will ask the council to authorize I of the residence of Asbury Cash, leisurely moving autos of sightseers -I ot town, where Cannon stopped
comrade on foot those area whichare the purchase of a motor cycle, to a brother of J. B. Cash, who lives and curiosity seekers-and briefly to pick up a comr.mion,
uncharted on existing map be assigned to a member of the on Tallahassee road, about a the constant procession of them- Albert Boatrlght The two men
Power boats, stocked with a three- police force for traffic duty in all half mile from the federal high kept the highway between Homestead hud been employed as fishermen
day supplyof fuel md provisions parts of the city. way. It directed the father togo and Miami clogged so that at Cape Sable by the Tyner Fish
will carry search parties along the More than ems light each costing to a negro shack in the John a trip to Miami required half Co. and, it Is understood were
coast line and to Isolated key about $200, is needed to make Campbell negro quarters at again as much tune a* normally. desperately seeking a WilY to
Commercial truck and those built the signal system effective as Princeton, where a note containing: reach Tarpon Springs, where they
for glade exploration service will then are other danger tones which detailed directions would be found. Princeton and Homestead have claimed to have jobs with the fisha -
take other crews to destinationsfar need earn*' form of protection, The father made two trips to been on the front pages of every fleet.
afield. A corps Of motor Mayor Harris laid. Assignmentof the negro shack before he foundon newspaper In the country for, day, Told by Cannon that the car
cycle messengers has been detailedto a special officer to traffic pa- the ground the note which the now, but the advertising Is not vas stolen. Boatrlght refused to
supply quick contact betweenthe trol would soon curb the speeding kidnaper had been unable to coax, the kind that any father or mother enter it and Cannon drove north
field men and headquarter mania, especially on the main highway bribe or scare the negro occupantInto would desire. The bope of everyone alone. Nearing Rockdnle. the
In the event ef any discovery. Divers when it became known that' promising to take to Mr. Cash. is that the miracle of miracle car collided with the rear of
will continue their effort of the town was being safeguarded, The negro claimed afterward that will happen and the Cash baby: a truck owned by B. P. Barfieldof
yesterday In the rock pit and he thinks. I he never saw any note after the be found alive and the communities Perrlne and was wreck-
canal of.the entire region. "We don't want Homestead to man left- on foot. as he came. of the Redland District be ed. Slightly injured. Cannon -
In semi-military formation, deployed gain the reputation of being a The negro slid also that when he allowed to resume their normal was turned over to South
as skirmisher at Intervals speed trap' city, but will halt and would go to the front door to look nappy life among their grove and Miami police, who had been warn
of about five feet, the long lines warn out-of-town motorists that out, the man would run to the [arms. sd of the theft by telephone from
of volunteers art covering every they are violating local ordinances back door, and vlea'erA, as I Homestead police station
foot of the ground I* the most intensive and request first offenders to observe though determined to keep from Two Redland District aviators After receiving; emergency
survey: of the southern tip the law In future. Local being seen. are taking part in the search for treatment at Kendall hospital
of the Florida mainland ever con speeders, familiar with our restrictions The fact that two trips to the the Cash kidnapers, Ishmael Cash,1'' Cannon wa placed under arrest
ducted. Considering the difficulties will be dealt with more shack were necessary before the 1 cousin of the matting boy, and H. 'l'rind lodged in the county jail,
attendant upon such a ,severely for a second offense," white men) discovered the note O. Wright, proprietor of Harry':' .there he wee booked under the
peace-time mobilization, the tech.Mayor Harrif ald. locum Scarborough to be':, Welding Shop It Princeton, 1 Continued on Page Three)


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Paw Two THE LEADER ENTERPRtq Friday, June 3. 1931

Head of Miami GrocersTo He will speak also on the necessity -
!'Grietje Is Awarded Prize
MRS.I CAST DIESINREDLANDIIOME Terburg Speak at Meet Here of repealing the one-half of
one per cent cross sales tax in ;
In Music Contest
Appreciation order that the small merchant may
Miami not have to close Mi doorsKDn ,
H. A. Gillesple of president -
I I All rewrd for missing on--ope I kowsky (Russian), "He Shan Teed of the Dade County Independent -
Urs Elizabeth Jane Cast resident .1I election and misspelling only twowords His Flock" by George F. Handel Grocers Association, will
of Redland since 1112 died I In a music memory contest (German), "Marche-Mltcracker speak Wednesday night at the Leonard. 1Iask.ln
Friday at the home of her aon-m-I Friday Grietje Ttrburg of, Suite" by Tschalkowiky (Russian meeting of the Rutland District I j a>M<.Uihis> .. era ......
Uw and daughter, Mr. Mrs. Edna Bird's room was awarded ), "Pomp and Circumstance"by Chamber of Commerce on the rMHGLASSES
Otro A. Hamlln, at the age of a copy of "Opera Stories for Sir Edward Elgar .(English), proposed ordinance whereby Miami .t..1
eighty-five years and nine months. I I Children," Mrs. Margaret Mills, Toreador song from "Carmen" by fruit peddling would be con I MlTh c..tolp x. I.neseaeNis"Air 41....
She had been In declining health music Instructor of the Homestead Georges Bizet (French), "Ride of trolled and fruit stealing dUeouraged. c:.._ T..- i
for two years. schools, announces. the Valkyries" by Richard Wagner 416a
Mrs. Cast was born In Attica The contest marked the dote (German), "Unfinished Sym-
Jnd., and at the age of 20 mar- of the year'i work In music appreciation phony" by Franz Schubert (Austrian -
ried Dr. Geo. W. Cast a dentist for the fifth and sixth ), "Of a Tailor and I Bear"I
who died In Niles, Mich., fifty grades. When the selection was by MacDowell (American), "Walts i
yean ago. After his death Mrs. played on the phonograph, the In A Flat" by Johannes Brahms
Cast and her children pupil wrote the name of the selection (German), "Waltz of the Flower] r
Attica, then to name of the composer and by Tschalkowiky (Russian), "In 1
1012: her son and -daugh-i his nationality.Pupils' the Hall of the Mountain King"
Mr and Mrs. Wilmer II. who received honorable I by Grieg (Norwegian) and "Mig- ,
and her son-in-law and ,mention In the contest were Mary non Overture" by Ambroise Thomas -
ter Mr and Mrs. Hainlin, moved I Radford and Gerald Andrews (French). a
to Redland where they bought from Mrs. Bird's room, Virginia The children named "Blue
homes, and Mrs. Cost came with Walker from Mrs. Hazel Flfleld's Danube Waltz" as their favorite
them. Until two years ago she room, Frank Haglar Rice from selection. Next in order they
lived at her son's home Mrs. Mary Webb's room and Cla- liked "Of a Tailor and a Bear" .
Mrs. Cast helped to organize and rice Dodson from Mrs J. G. "Rid* of the Valkyries" and "Toa
erect the Redland Community Wynn's room. Wild Rose". ,
Church and she was an active The selections heard In the contest Mrt. Bird's fifth grade room
worker In It. She was, also, a were: "To a Wild Rose" by received the treat promised to the, f 4 w y'q.
charter member of the Woman's Edward MacDowell (American), room earning the most gold stars II
Club of the Redlands. "Marche Slave" by Peter Tschal- Ir. music during the year..

Funeral services were conducted

Turner Saturday Funeral afternoon Home at by the the Contest Awards Are Made at Poetry

Rev Geo E. Deuel, former pastor
Ct Redland Community Church Round-up for High School Pupils

and the Rev. C. G. Nelson present --

pastor of the church. Burial was The prizes In a poetry week Joe .Campbell; second, "Open
in Miami Memorial Park. Jesse ,contest sponsored by Lily Law- Waters" by Stella Lou Johnson;
Soper, J. B. Ross, Wm. Dunlop, third "Old Books" by Edith: Led-
;
Bow librarian of the Homestead
1 rence -
A. C. Gosnell, Ben Plummer and ford. ,
L. G. Ruggles served as pall-bear-1 Municipal Library, were '
Miami Edison's ninth grade, vignette -
ers.Mrs. awarded Sunhay1 a poetry( : first, "Trees" by Ed
Cast leaves, besides her ,round-up held In the clubhouseof Knowles; second, "Music" by
son and daughter four grandchildren ; the Woman's Club of Home- Emilia Northrup; third, "Time"by ., ,, 1 ,
Miss Kathryn Cast, Robert I itead. The winners read their Nancy Virginia Townsend
COat and Misses Margaret and ,
prize-winning verses. Each school
Perrlne's ninth grade, rhymed
Elizbeth Hainlin. ,
competing had been assigned .
a quatrain: first, "Trees" by Mary
verse pattern, and prizes were Alice Green; second "Happiness"by
Funeral Services Held ]provided for each grade. Frances Knight; third, "Low

For Henry Hazel Sauls Prize were awarded as follows: I Sentinel" by Dorothy Halzlip; r
Monroe County High School In honorable mention, "Safety" by 1
Funeral services were held Sunday Key West triolet: first "Poln- Martha Dasher. E
afternoon at the Turner Fun- settla" by Billle Canero; second Rodland High School's twelfth
eral Home for Henry Hazel Sauls, "Rose Petals" by Dick Hernrndez, grade, rhymed quatrain: first. ,
27, who died In Brownsville Texas, third, "Your Eyes" by Charles "Life" by Warren Wood; second
Mnv 25. from an attack of acute Mendoza. I "The Waves" by Gordon D. Cross;
Indigestion. Burial was in Palm Miami Edison Talent Club, vignette third, "Firmament" by Margaret
Cemetery at Narar.Ja. : first, "Life" by Bill Smith I Albright.
Mi Soul had lived In Homestead and "Mystery" by Robert York; I Red land's eleventh grade, rhymed -, r l .e
since he was one year of second: "Farmer's Work" by Joe quatrain: first, "Life" by t k
age and he attended the Homestead ,Campbell; third, "Trees" by Ed Carter Sayers; second, "No Ans k
and Redland schools. He Knowlos. wer" by Margaret Griffin; third : : (
left! Homestead on Apr. 9 for Miami Edison's eleventh grade, "Gold" by J. M. Campbell. I'"
Palmetto, Fin., and Brownsville. vignette: first, "Life" by Bill Redlnnd's tenth grade, rhymed ..... 1. \
Brslde his mother, he Is survived :Smith and "Mystery" by Robert quatrain, first "Childhood Days I :. i I
by one sister, Miss Nella Souls, 'York. by Jane Robinson, second, t. ".
and three brothers Lloyd Saul Miami Edison tenth grade, vig- soken' by Lloyd Cash, third,"For-I _, \ ,
of South Miami and Earl and AI1 1 nette: first, "Farmer's Work" by Dawn by Dorothy Edwards.Redland {':' '. .\\" ,
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ton Souls of Homestead. Thepallbearers I I'I
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were: Dexter Home, :.' ,
Fletcher Bryant, R. E. Sherard
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Vannie Lee Harris, Burley Dendy '
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and Wm. Ewln,. ; ;', .. \ \ \'
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N. Y. A. Training Girls i 1 ,'

At Resident SchoolN. .... .,'
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Y. A. .Is now operating a 'to ...,. -
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girls' resident training project at 'J, .t'.. .. ,
Ocala with 100 In attendance, B. : e:A' j ,
Howard Brown, N. Y. A. supervisor
said yesterday while here with I I
his 'assistant C. P. Thayer, project '
supervisor. Bookkeeping,' BrandFertilizers
home-making and kindred subjects '
are being taught now and a''; lM
course In beauty will be started _
within a few days, he said. Florida umm r vacation -

Commercial subjects arc open I ticket" offers every pleasure "

to high school graduates only. known to outdoor ttviaa. .andIt
Duration of the commercial course
cost much Us than the
la three months; the homemakingand
beauty culture courses take'' For Citrus, Avocados and Limes; %rinte* ticket". Too oaa "..U"
only two months. I this ticket by sending SuntzM-
Seven Dade County girls are .rs
enrolled at the Ocala N. Y. A. i Fertilizers for Dade Groves gram invitation to all our
County
resident training school Enrollees ; friend ia other, lea fortunate,

have to be eligible for NYA 'lays' Send your $simaaatyram,
they must be between the ages of Time nn
I Made by a Home Concern today.
.'; and 29 and must be certified as
eligible by the state welfare board,| at our office. worn

Mr. Brown said. @) tamp add maul

I U..m lot you.
COMPUTE NURSING COURSE; Coj i

Miss Mary Becker of Florida I Florida East Coast Fertilizer
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City and Mill Amy Horn of FRANK B.RUE.MGR.
Homestead were among the 28;
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member of the graduating class' Iniie .
MFRS. REDLAND BRAND FERTILIZER
from the Jackson Memorial hospital i I-i--- riluff:
nur !ng school who received I HOMESTEAD. FLA.
diplomas and nursing badges on '

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1 Brooker Defeats Local Rotes Endorse THE WEATHER Ooley of the Redland High School contractor In Fremont Inl, and i !

faculty and Mrs. S. L. West of the later became a plumber and

Goulds 2 In Row Virginia Key Port Plan Official Weather ..... 01 UM Subtropical elementary iNhoel have\ been selected plumbing contractor, himself.He

; 1...rlm..i It._. Ha .at.... rM.Na ai teMhen. I received I technical eduea !Ii
Endorsement of the Virginia The tuition charge for one subject Lion at Trl-State University in An

: Games SuspendedBrooker Key Greater Miami port plan wasVoted May Dole 17 -') Mar 88 J] Ml 68..fSu.Oll I Bw.I l Iwo.41 Is three dollars a month and gala, Ind., where he took a me I

Wednesday by the Home- May 28 __..1 13 I 88 130.001 .01 I I for two or more subject it six I chanlcal engineering course. When the
Brooker Lumber Co. took Oouldi stead Rotary Club at Its meeting dollars t month. came Florida he worked for
May 211 __._.1 I 18 I 88 I I .70 : Fi:
j' two in a row on the municipal diamond In Legion hall at noon. Resolutions May 30 _...I 1 15 I 71 129.8:11: .01 five I aa an engineer at the
ball field-Friday night to to this effect will be tent Homestead light and water plant :
May 11 _..1/ 17 I 'll //80.001 .01 Bird Chevrolet to Show
ti the tune of 11-4, and Monday to the board of army engineers. June 1 _I U I S7 130.031 .08 Sound Movies MondayA and last year was with an alrconditioning li
night, 14-3. Scheduled games for Fred H. Redd gave a talk on i firm In MiamiMr .
June 2 _,_0..1 1 11 I 70 130.001 .02 4
Wednesday' and Friday of this the Rotarian magailne Reed announce that he will ':

week have gone by the board due complete sound motion picture be glad to give estimates or to astslat r

1' to the kidnap learch. Capacity Crowd Attends Medals Are Awarded theatre on wheels will give with advice those who plan i ito

The box scores of garnet played II. II. S. CommencementThe To Redland GraduatesSix I free moving picture program build or to improve their property /
In
Friday and Monday: Monday evening at 8 o'clock .
FRIDAY GAME the used car lot adjacent to Bird '
J ttratkn .k t M ,. 8 school auditorium was unable medals were awarded at Chevrolet Company W. R. Bird ....--'".--

{ Bhmnl.Wlttkop, if Ib : & 0 I a l 0 1 : to accommodate the crowd Redland High School commencement announces. SERMON TOPICS II t

ArookM, Ik I I I ]1\ I 1 that came to attend commencement exercises Wednesday evenIng The pictures are educational and ---....."''' "' '' .
H. Tlramu, t a" 1 1 4 0 exercises ot Homestead High when the 48 graduates received and
interesting they
cover many FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Ble rsnt. If I | t 1 0 0 '
T. If School Tuesday evening when n their diploma Miss Margaret I Bird
ThomM a 1 IRui. I e I, modern topics,, Mr. says. June B Morning sermon
.111 .01.1' girls in white caps and gowns and Albright, salutatorlan received for
There la absolutely no charge
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C.BIt. M 40 1'I I "The Mission ef the Master"ievening
O.I.III..n.eI I" 1 0 0;,,10 boys in dark caps and gowns the scholarship medal; John ,admission and every member of "In the Valley

I tnnli, 8 I. I 0 a I 0 I received diplomat.l B. Graham the music medal; John I'the family ii heartily welcomed sermon Need."
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TOTALS 14 II II 7 11-8 I Pierre McDaniel, senior president Borgardt, the citizenship medal; Many of our citizens have already
j June 8 meeting
Prayer
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C.uld. .k r .. pe a .| who presided, presented the Albert HalnUn the activities medal -I attended previous showings of subject: 'Paul, the COD"' '''." !
4 t. ItaMinin, Ib 40 0 I 1 0Hinerab I class gift to the school I curtain ; Kenneth Chambers the athletics this theatre and have expressed a

i Edward.. M 4 41RuWrt. 1 I : 10S 1 I for the stage of the dramatics medal; and Miss Ethel Rob- great deal of satisfaction with the
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., rt 4 0 0 0 0 0 room. erts, the essay medal The medal I program .
1 anrd.r.U 40 0 0 0 Scholarship medals were awarded winners were selected by the Included in this present

I Anderson. 1b ''e liOW.M. 0 : ,: : :I to- the three. seniors with the faculty. gram of .und. talking plct* pro-I I

Bktni.' p tl *'a I 0*. 0 i 1 :{highest srlteigrshipr : Miss Dr Cepi H. Bradford made the t' aplendtd'Balett lesson

B. Gta....... it 814 0 eNr, 16 l Alt .W'b.ter, first;\Miss Cecelis commencement address and Miss I ing the daily work ot our PI

TOTALI II A.4 4 IT' I4ftrookar "!I Harper; aeeond; and EugeneScherr Mary 'tlearibr Williams, the val boytafety patrols. There Is, also,
,' third. Miss Nella Sauls edictory address. J. Q. Caldwell a very funny technicolor cartoon lE
.... I 0 I ( ) 4 4-11 was medal for ranking
given a solos "Without Song" which will appeal to and
Could. ..... .. 0 0 0 1.1 I' 4 sang two a young
highest In citizenship; Pierre Mc- and "At Dawning". Supt. J... old alike.
Home mini H. Thomas, T, Thorn.Bdwanb .. Daniel for ranking highest In
11 struck Hit bet Ovana 4Thorn. ; ,one T. Wilson presented the diplomas,
.. is .baaa HI .ball.I O.... 1Tbomiia athletics; and Eugene Scherr, one and the Rev. Harley R. Core gave
I.Umplnal. for ranking highest in student ac the Invocation and benediction. Pumbing Shop OpenedIn
lUlclMlt and Unaa. .
tivities. The awards were made Redland by R. E. ReedR.

MONDAY CAMBbaaU. faculty vote. *
.. r Ml *. 8 by Summer School Begins
H RuM.ll. a I" I I 0I Miss Marjorie Moser was presented E. Reed has opened a 1
J. Gr.haia. a( 4 1 I I. S 0 With a corsage in recognition Monday in Homestead well equipped plumbing shop GeneralPublic
Little cl 4 I I I 0
Loa..." at, Ik 4 a I I IJ I of the fact that ahe is the at the home of hh mother,
c.._. ab. 4 0 0 4 first graduate that U the child ofa Summer school for pupils of Mrs. Ceo. E. Reed, pn Redland Utilities
Finder. 4 0 I a a a
B Graham p Ib a 0 0 0 0Rd.aed. graduate ot the high school Her the Redland District will begin road just south of Coconut Palm

..... I' 0 I t I parents, Ivan Moser and Lorean Monday in Homestead High drive.

O..rf Anderson Ik t.4 0 e a I 1.1 0 a Mitchell Moser were members ol School Wm. Hester of the Homestead Mr Reed worked as a boy In Homestead now OS-M

Holt rf 0 0 0 0 0 the Class of 1918, the second graduating High School faculty, C L 'the shop of his father, I plumbing'
C. Ku .II. If I' at. 0
: class of Homestead High

TOTALS II I. 'I I 1Ws.k.r School

Ralph I. Vervoort ot Miami
.. r M a. a a
Bher.rd. a( I I S SWlttkop. made the commencement address,
Sk 4 a I I t :. E. of the county Monday June 6 19:18:
III.., Ik 4 t S II 0 I.i and E. McCarty ,

7 H.: :=...:: (, 1 IIKln.rd 0 ,1 & : r: office presented the diplomas. Dr.

rf r'l. t C iulllv.n, If 1 : t a 0 .' Mrs. Joseph Elder played t"n Instrumental -
..... Ik I I 0 4 .1
o. lullban, or 1 0 0 I 0l trio.FIRST .
11 1C: out I'sn, cf I 0 e 0 0 Used Car Lot, adjacent to
R I C We....... aa a a 0 I I 1 MOVIES
Urjr.ru, aTOTALI 4 I a I 0 0
; CONTACTContinued Bird Chevrolet Company
41 14 I 7"-- 4 D
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Gould. 0 0 1 0 I 0 *- Ilr ( Frwn: Paid One>)> 50U1'
t "ok.r eOSSSIIT x-14 brother W. P. Cash which adJoins -

I Two taw bits Lllllt Anderson, sh.., the J. B. Cash store and
art H. Th......, C. Bulllv.. |; ..... on filling station, after J. B. Cash's
Ull. off H. Thomas I. Plain 11 struck
.ut bri H. Tho.... I. Plndtr SVmplnat return from his contact attempt- t
j JUkh.rt and Uno., : about 1:30: In the morning-said

"Too many people Try again about

7LOCALMENContinued 4 o'clock. u

Contact was successful and the L

rnsom paid on the second attempt,
. ( From fege One)
described elsewhere In this
J alias of Walter Maxwell. The following as
paper. But the Cash baby has
morning he Wit brought
not been restored to Its parents
back to Homestead by Constable
and hope that it will be restored
1. M. Scarborough- to await preliminary .
1 alive has been given up by practically 0
hearing on the auto theft
all concerned with the 'I
j charge, Mt for 7:30: p. m. Tueeday.i '
search. !
i Late In the afternoon however

"I Cannon waa claimed by FBI agents I Builds "Fort" to Keep
and returned to Miami, where ha'

Is Hill held for Investigation. I Fruit Thieves AwayA

While Cannon was In the Homestead -
"fort" with fourfoothighstone
jail he was questioned at,
* sides, screened upper section
"i length by Mr. Wlttkop In regard i and projecting root has been
to the damage feature of the caie
erected as a protection against
Cannon at tint denied connection -
any C.
fruit thelves by Dr. Lloyd
with the theft and declared
,I Shanklin In the center of his lime
It to be a cue of mistaken Identity. Florida
in
grove on Palm avenue
Confronted with the facts how-
City. Guns and high poweredflash
ever, he told Wittkop that he was lights are stored within, and
in a position to raise at short notice he
a watchman la kept on guard,
the sum of two thousand dol-
ayi.
lars, which he would turn over to

Wlttkop if the latter would agreeto
quash the case by refusal to Thursday night This car also

prosecute. Mr. Wlttkop declinedto was wrecked on the Federal highway the latest and best entertainment of the year in sound
about mile from the
a scene SEE
take the offer seriously and told
of the Cannon accident, but the
A News
Cannon that the law would have pictures. thrill.a-minute-alaugh-a.minute -
negro escaped and still U being
to take Its course.
trailed by the authorities. Fun for and old.
By I strange coincidence, Witt drama-comedy-action. everyone young Bring

kop theft la for the the victim second of an' time automobile within your family .and friend to see these fine sound motion pictures.

a week. While his own car was
G. BALL ,
being overhauled, another car NEWT Sponsored 6y

borrowed temporarily was stolen

from In front of nil apartment In NOTARY PUBLIC

the Caves building by a negro last BIRD CHEVROLET COMPANY

rttr r Fire Insurance and

Turner's Funeral Home i Kindred Lines r "N

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tl-IIR AMBULANCE SERVICE

Lady Attendant IS N. Kreme Are. .
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Phone B84-R Homestead, FU.

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Gosaman. Ben. W. ination Although he was ca,141
round., Harry ,
THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Successful Grower Warns Against Morris William Belles TomSiane ful to comply with every detatttlSL'
J. L. Murray, William Hooker Instruction hit first trip wIng
M r.rwa.d We Assn.._.....r.a1MAW at t..ds4 L.' rice' Loss Through Too Much Fertilizer. Douglas, Tower. Frank Dice, I rain. '
George Bamc. Joe \ Returning Princeton with fear 1:
E. W. Broths,
asse Aaraga: .. ...., gist.MAaloslE .,I
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Hilllard, Rudolph Matt ion, Carl for the safety of his ton steadily :,
L&4Ca ARCatn. ... John O. Williams of canal to the Florida City and Wright, W. A. Mr. Cash found *
A..Ide 14. I Schumaker, George mounting, await. .
dean of the east Home.ttad'i Homestead section. MacNulty. lag him a third note which warn
awed s. ...... .1..u .- I Grower from all over south
M sees L I"" .. a.. M aI'loo .. grower, i* Inclined to Florida made dally trip to view I Joseph DuMond Hubert Atr- ect him In effect that he had been
as.wa n.rw.. ...... the ..etr..a .. fellow planter In this area an I this ot tomatoes. Within two randale A. G. Hook, E. Holmer, followed at too close an interval
a. 17% cutting Into their profit by I year crop the entire front bad been!,J. B. Walker, C. C. McKay, L. A. by another car and that there were T f
It11IMIlPTlO1C PEICL II." A TEAT using too much fertilizer. When sold to private Interest and was Lancaster H. F. Mitchell, Capt.J. too many people about to make *
closing his local operation before' under development Within a F. Ferrell. Dan Roger, J. B. the contact. He was told to "get ', '
he left for Mt Pleasant, S. C.. rid of his spies and continue driving .
Do Something for Somebody period of three year the county Cohernour, J. S. Lang, John Martin "
after what he termed "a very suc- had started to build roads through Ralph Moon J. L. Fennell, over the same rout until fouro'clock.
easeful season," Mr. William reported this section and a few year later 'Bert Johnson, James Smith, C. ."
Are you almost disgusted with life, the shipment of 100 ear ol drainage district was formed Wlttkow, Jack Orr Billie Caves On his next tour of the circuit, "
little man? tomatoes from 170 acre planted which drained the entire front John S. Harris, V. L. Pope, D. B. Mr. Cash was successful In contacting ,
I'll tell you a wonderful trick "While this i* merely a good At the time of this early develop- I Hose, J. W. Lanton. John Brown, the kidnaper or his representative
That will bring you contentment, average yield and market price, ment there wa of course no drain. St Elmo Young, A. T. Pendrey near the John Camp. 'I'],
if anything anDo were consistently low through the age and Mr. Williams put In a J. J. Hinson, Russell Walker A. bell home about a mile southeast!tf
something tot somebody greater part of the season, my diking system, the following ;year, I W. Hutchinson, J. J. Jordan Rob- of Princeton. Leaving the ihoev L
qalckt production cost also were low and the lam type of pumping system ert S. Hunter, Jack Williams, J. box and content on the road he M
a* I used only 1200 pound of fertilizer which la being used by many M. Gibbs, and J. L, Cleln. exchanged a few words with the n
Are you awfully tired with play, to the acre finding from of the leading grower 11that The thoroughness with which contact man, who told him to go *&
little girP year of experience and close section today. This Is the first the terrain was combed for the Wearied, discouraged and lick? checking of experimental plot time that drainage and pumpingwere most trifling clues wa shown by advising him where to look for
I'll tell you the loveliest game IE that this amount Is all that I* needed ever tried in the South Al- the miscellaneous collection of the child. I
the world. to produce good crop. The lapattah section. Two year In minor articles brought Into headquarters Feeling vastly relieved at the
Do something for somebody,, difference between 1200 pounds a row when the surrounding sections I by squad leaders and prospect of seeing his son unharmed ",
quick! and the customary. 1500 pounds 'lost their crops by too much turned over to FBI aentllor fingerprinting within a few hour, Mr. Cash ?
of fertilizer an acre often represent order and waited
rainfall, Mr. William saved his and Investigation. again obeyed
Though It rains, like the rain ol the farmer's profit partfeu. crop. These Included an old coat, several hopefully for the message. At 1:
the Flood, little man larly In a season like the one Just Each year; since then Mr. Williams pieces of crop paper and card- noon Tuesday the kidnaper's promj
And the> clouds art forbiddingand closed," William declared.Mr. has experimented In someway board, part ot l pasteboard box lie had not been fulfilled and "
thick, Williams, ai many of in developing fertilizing or which might have contained a tense anxiety again took posses- It.
You can make the sun shine In the older growers will recall was handling tomatoes. He hOI experimented lunch an almost empty tobacco lion of the child' parents, their
your tout little man- f the first man ever to grow a crop not only in Florida but I container, a small pocket knife, a relatives and neighbors. Hoping
Do something for somebody,, of tomatoes on the east front, or also through the Carolina and short length of quarter-Inch rope against hope, Mr. Cash prevailed
quick! what 1* now known a* the South Maryland, and he ha now worked'I and one lone nickel upon the authorities to withhold ,.
Anonymous. Allapattah section. This wa over out a method of shipping tomatoes Nothing was overlooked, regardless the general search and ostensibly
'twenty year ago and much of which should be of great of its Intrinsic value. The withdraw from surveillance of his ""
the east front at that time was until the following morning :,
benefit to many ot the smaller home
strangest find, which obviously
.
Get Running Start, Pitkin state lands. grower Seven yean ago he began -(had BO bearing upon the kidnap, This move also produced no re-

Urges GraduatesTo ,. He purchased sixty acre of to experiment In the handlingof ing. case, wa reported by John suits. .. '
ground, now owned by the Ca- tomatoes that were fully matured S. Harris, formerly a resident of.1 i In the Itlle'e the story had ,i
get a Jol> get to work doing palla Interest, constructed a saw and showed color when he Homestead, whose Everglades Legion been Tuesday
something that leads In the direction dust road,'now East Eighth street, found through his many trips Poet detail discovered a discarded morning editions of the .two MI.J'
of a job. Get a running which led from the old Peterson through the marketing centers In convict suit In a thicket amt newspaper, which had been .
start fust. This li the counsel property east to the glade. This the larger dUel in the North, that close to Henderson drive about suppressing In co-operation with
Walter B. Pitkin, author and psychologist piece of ground was situated abouta much of the trade wa demandingthat tour mile cant of Princeton. The the federal bureau of Investigation -
gives to 1938'i June mile from the pine margin and tomatoes and various other numbers had been stripped from In Washington, In the hope
graduates-an army equal In numbers a mud lied had to be constructed fruit and vegetables put up the suit and it could not be Identi-I that such action might possiblyaid
to the population of Cleveland to reach It. Sixty acres of tomatoes In smaller neater and more bom- the family to regain their child.
Ohio- It li turned loose to, were planted, and the yield pact package and that these fied.All of this highly-organized mass | By noon Wednesday the combined .
shift for Itself for the tint time. wa a car to the acre. This I* the fruits and vegetable be fully matured movement of officer and private 1 force of the various local, *
"The most important thing for first crop that was ever grow -more like those brought in citizens, which bal converted the. state and federal low enforcement j'
any youngster out o( high school 1, on the east front from the GouldsYYNNw..YYY.NYYYYYMY from local orchards and garden peaceful little farming and packing 'agencies, with their army of volunteers -
and to learn Is not theparticular I mechanical equip-
college --------- And
i house town on the Federal l
kill of any single Job' YY W.YwNINMN? American Legion post represented highway Into an armed camp anda I! ment were set In motion. They
but rather what the real world III < at the scene of action yesterday rendezvous for thousands of : take the field again this morning j
likr declares Dr n In ar I Redland RattlerBY Included Homestead I while In Miami, an array of susj
:; top Key; |curiosity seekers, sprang from the #
article on "How Get a Start Miami Hla- ,I quietly I arrested by the C- ,
I SHIRLEY IIARKNES3 West. Miami Beach abduction of little James Bailey poets
In Life In the current Rotarian' leah Coral Gables, Coconut GroveHollywood Cash, Jr. from his home last Saturday -,I men during the past 48 hours are '|:
.
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magi/me! "Once the Job leeker'hal -- YYN.MNYYNYYYYWPrincipal Fort Lauderdale, night ,I an exhaustive grilling 1'undergoing
got the feel of reality then he Carl Wagner will get Lake Worth Palm Beach Belle Entering the Cash apartmentby at FBI headquarters, where the A
li In .i position to move on to hli a master' degree from Duke University Glade, Stuart, Fort Pierce end, slitting the rear screen door;:chief of the department, J. Edgar 1
own intfher problem of living at Durham. N. C., this Vero Beach. Poinsettia Post 01 a few minute after Mrs. Cash had Hoover Is directing the investigation t*
and career.. summer. Miami a' full-fledged member 01 left the child apparently safe and personally.
"But the real world I* a tough J. Q. Caldwell. also wUl attend the Legion composed solely of sleeping, the kidnapers left .1 I Alarming stories of pending mob i
place to Jump Into cold" he concedes Duke University ex-service women. I* lending val. note a short distance away at the I violence In the couth end of the
.It'l tackled best by the M. A. Baker, H. F. Mitchell and uable aid to the American Red, residence of Anbury Cash, brother county, printed by the Miami
youth; who hall warmed to the Mrs. Ruth Russell will attend the Cross unit which has established, of J. B, Cash, Sr, which directedthe I dallies and circulated I throughout ?
task of finding a Job-by getting summer *chox4jat! *" the University A field kitchen and first aid station parent to a second note, found' the country, were ridiculed I by }
1
his running start first Brlghl of Florida at Princeton for the duration on the front porch of a negro the local authorities. Particularlyresentful
;youngster are beginning to lean Miss Shirley Harkness will work ot the search. dwelling close to Princeton. of an article which took ;.
the Importance of changing the toward her master degree In Acting liaison officers between. The second note held the demand !I for its theme "Judge Lynch reignsIn
old saying'Wall[ done to haU done Latin at :Emory University In At. the law enforcement chief and, for $10,000 ransom, contained Homestead" Mayor Tom Harris \
to 'Early begun If half done.: ianta.Mrs. that the exaggerate
the Legion posses are Peter Hyatof : the kidnapers' threat of dire said yesterday
"Time and again people Mary Nettle will spend thesummer should I I ed attempt to depict this section ",
young Palm Beach, B. ("Bright") Can consequences any attempt
now in job tell me that iiunmei at her home In Washington trell of Fort Lauderdale and Wit.'I be made to communicate with the j as peopled with "law breaker
and vocation work during their Ga loam J. Geronimo of the Homestead authorities, and a chart of the 25- and savages" were exceedingly ,',
Mrs. Green Rives will be In Hot I I' .
school years ha been ollnestlma. post, who comprise the district mile circuitous route through the 'harmful to the entire community.While
ble value." Dr. Pitkln point out Springs, Ark. executive committee of the Redland District which Mr. Csh I I there has been the usual
"Thus n young engineer, who Mill Margaret Delaney after Legion. .1 wa directed to follow. The trail minor undercurrent of lynching
she finishes In the short In }
write me that In his opinion one teaching Leader of the field detachmentswho ,, ended at a proposed contact point sentiment generally noticeable ,
of the greatest problem confront course at Tallahassee will go with have been ordered to repor t on Eighth street in Homestead kidnaping cases regardless of kcahty >. '1<
ing .i beginner I* hit ability to understand her parent, Mr. and Mrs. Earl for duty again today and who an I tome distance west of the Turner and many member of the
what will be expected 01 Delaney, to Mexico. Mo. for a numbered and recorded a* the], Funeral Home. search posse a" carrying firearms
him in his tint position. For that onemonth1.1t.. leave and return to headquarter I Obedient to the demand, the for protection In the woods,
reason I would suggest that on by Mack Hardee director of true): Princeton merchant followed the such sentiment has never crystallized j<
aecure all them expectance h* can SEARCHContinued movement Include Cliff Go man,, chart faithfully, leaving his homeat Into the least aemblanteof
by working la various kind ol Edward Mitchell. John Suggs G. midnight Monday with a shoe mass action and the highly colored j;
Jobs white la school. They help W. Slat, George A. crawshaw, box containing 118,000 In bill of newspaper account are ,
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bun get 'the feet ot the shop. ( from r-t.. one) Otis Gosaman Edward Jensen,,, five ten and twenty dollar denom- ridiculous. Mayor Harris asserted j
Citing Instance la which ambitious Mire, responding in full force A. L. Ltadgrco, Lawrence Pope, J JI
and energetic young men from every American Legion postin P. D. Reams, "Shep" Holland:
accepted Job with little or no pay the fifth district of Florida, are Howard Lamb, Charles J. Caves.,I t tII
to get two inning start. Dr. Pit- uipptylng a large percentage of M. H. Mouati Charles Ewing. II i Come in and see, l
! kin Insist that many of them may the man power which 1* supplementing Police Chief D. C. Sox of Cora
I land peraaaflwrt Jobs aa a result ol the work of hundred of Gable. Police Chief Porth ol
I this volunteer work. The young RtdJaud. District resident. Local Hialeah FrlU Shroeder, Henr I
t man whA My. 'Til work for you men, selected for their knowledge Behren. Mason Robert, Jesse APE X
i for nothing; It'*. better for me Q( the territory, have been placedIn Caves James Murray, George
than loafing around home," I* the charge of parties wherever pos Cooper, Jesse Cowman L. H
J one who will get the experience sible. Greer, Clyde Barrow, Thoiras Ed-:1 j
I In the real world which will en. Electric Washers Ironers Sweeps
. able him to get a running atari '.................................... ..........u..........,.............."...........................u..u.......................,.,.,..,.....,,...,.,. I Refrigerators, ,

} .* he start In lite he maintain. OPEN FOR THE SUMMER IN OPERATION


i Your chance of being killed in The; Redlands Cafe L !
an automobile accident at IIlhtk J
f more than one and one-hall ;, (eppealle F. E. C. Dept) i PIONEER APPLIANCE CO.
Rath SUffanl and 11..*. Florence
VMer monateawnt *f Mtae
times M great a* cIIrInabe day
Have your lights checked by yew Ken d. Apes Agency _
dealer, or *t a checking stalk RCCVLAR DINNER M* PLATE: LUNCH I5eCIUCUN
very three month, cay UM Hut DINNER "75* STEAK DINNER tl.M I Odd Fellow Bldg. Homesteadn ;

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Friday, June 3, 1938 THE LEADER.ENTERPRISE Part Five '
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Mrs. Ivan Moer will attend Mr. and Mrs. A. B.Lemgham and meeting Tuesday afternoon from
f( r summer school at Southern University family returned Tuesday: from ':3 o'clock till 4.80: the member
at Lakeland. Mecca, Fit, where they have decided at last night's meeting.
In and Around\ lived during the past year. I The class meet In the clinic room j' -
f I Mr. and Mr*. Geo. Ball returned of the Neva King Cooper School.
I to Miami Friday after a visit Child Psychology Class Everyone interested is invited to
of several day in Homestead. attend.BDILD .
:
: Homestead To Meet Tuesday at 3

Billy Hutchinson, small MB of
I Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Hutchinson, The child psychology class THE
T :1* Ul this week. which is sponsored by the Home- r r::; .
atead P.-T A. will hold its
Mr. and Mn. P. J. Franklin left Mr. and Mn. A. O. Cain left I next ---- \
early Sunday morning en routeto Wednesday for a stay of two FLORIDA CITY

Hot Springs Ark.. where they months In Hot Springs Ark. Mrs. Hr. W. W. Rerwr" Corr....* will spend two month On their Cain's niece, Mrs. B. J. Wtlking-

..' way they topped at Gainesville, son of Mount Dora and her ion, The Ladies' Aid of the Florida
for their eon, Theodore, a atudent Charles, who had visited Mr. and City Community Church held Its
at the University of Florida. Mn. Cain tat ten days accom June meeting Wednesday after
panied them a* far at Mount Dora. noon at the home of Mrs. Margaret

A feven-pound daughter, Barbara Kennedy. I,
Lew, was born Friday to Mr. Mn. Ruth Scott and her ion, I
and Mri. Lewis T. Klasam of Miami Bruce will leave within the next Mn. J. W Freeman who spent
at the Jackson Memorial hospital few days for Dearborn Mich., the winter with relatives here'
Mrs Klisam la the former where they will vlait a month left Friday for her home in Cald-'
'
Mill Carolee Done of Homestead, with Mrs. Scott's sister Mn. C. well, W. Va. Miss Kathleen Free
daughter of Mr. and Mn. R. H. M. Roberta before proceeding to man remained here ai a guest of
Done. ,Minnesota for a visit with Mn. her brother-in-law and sister, Mr.
Scott's mother, Mn. George and Mri. Burley Dendy. \

Mn. C. F. Ooley underwent a Thomson.Mrs. Mri. Harold Rohrer and daughter -i
major operation at the University Jaunlta, left Tuesday night iI I
hospital in Coral Gables Saturday. Sarah Drew who hat visited to visit relative in Indiana.
Her condition reported to be her sister Mn. C. H. Woobury; In WITH :
as good as can be expected.Mr. Redland, for more than a year: Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Severy and
left for her home In Boston Mon- daughter, MUfred and Warrene,:
and Mn. C. H. Rice and day. and J. A. Severy visited relatives I

their two sons, Frank Hagler and in Miami Sunday

Surrey, will leave Tuesday forTuscaloosa Mr. and Mri. J. R. Dorsey will 14.... Roy Owen-of Fort Pierce OUR LUMBERBUILD
Ala., where they will leave the last of next week to take la visiting the home of Mr.. and
Visit relatives before proceeding Mrs. Dorsey'f sister Mn. Ada Mn. Roy Goodlng. ,
on an extended summer tour by Roan who has been their guest
automobile and trailer. since February to her home In Mr, and Mn. Geo. Brooks left with our Lumber it's /

Lovejoy Ga. The-' ;youngest Tuesday for a short visit In Jack-I the safest and the cheapest in the long
Mr. and Mrs. Theo J. Bleler will daughter, Miss Virginia Dorsey sonville.
leave Saturday for Nashville, left for Lovejoy last week. Mr. Richard MatUon; "and Earl Roh- run. Strong, sturdy timber makes
Tenn., where they will attend the and Mri. Dorsey have not yet de rer of South Miami were In Flor-
will take I strong support for, home-your
summer school of Peabody Teach- cided whetther they a ida City Wednesday your
trip through the West or returnto
en College. walls beams-and
Homestead after their visit in i your floors-your

County Superintendent and Mrs. Lovejoy. elsewhere where quality wood is need
Jas. T. Wilson of Miami their PAINT NOW-
daughter, Mollie Francher, and Miss Jewel Turner returned
Mr. and Mn. W. R. Bird plan to from the Florida State Collegefor
spend Sunday Key W *t. Mr. Women at Tallahassee Mon ed.W.
She plans to return for the
and Mn. Wilson were dinner day.

guest evening.at the Bird home Wednesday summer term. I I D. HORNE.CO. .

John Frederick has returned FRANK L, SKILL, Owner
Henry: Brooker Jr., was ill mostof from the University of Florida at
the past week. Gainesville.Mrs. 11 N. Krome Are. Phone 507.1HERE'S

Mr. and Mrs. I:. B. Blackburnwill Maud Chandler will leave
leave today for Durham, N. C. Saturday on a rammer vacation I
where they will attend the summer trip to Donna, Texas where she I -- ---- -- -
school of Duke University. will visit a brother and ilter-la-

law, Mr. and Mn. O. C. SneU and
Mill Emily Jones, teacher In with them will tour Mexico. On
Homestead High School, will leave the return trip Mr*. Chandler will
IIlIltope"I.lowlDOOlh.
down
today for Daytona Beach to spend visit a brother, Robert Snell, in No_ pemenpeo THE BIGGEST
the summer with her parent Wassola, Mo., and another R. W. \j loiuUments. A first class

there. Snell, in Memphis. Job,done by so experienced
muter painter with the (*.
Mn. F. J. Dyal and her daugh- : Miss Mabel William, art supervisor awes H.B.Davis CAt/Bttanmrv SHAVING VALUE
ters, Misses Iva and Nina, planto of Homestead schools, will pdatproducts.Comeis
Wave soon for Waynesville,N C for free color cuds and
leave Sunday to spend the summer .
Mrs. Dyal and Miss Iva will complete Information Hdtyt
spend vacation at her home in Alva. YOU EVER SAW! .YAM
the summer in North Carolina but Fla. :
Mill Nina will go to Alpine Lodge

camp In Mentone, Ala. on June Misses Edna-and Annie Mae
29. Miss Iva will leave for a Of SALn
in Fort
week-end
the
:Booth spent I
in
boWIe party Rocklngham on
Lauderdale.
June 13. Mr. Dyal went to
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Hazelhurst, Miss., Saturday, but Philip Topping son of Mr. and Brooker Lumber Company A
plan to join his family in North has returned
Mri. Chas. Toppino
Carolina later In the
summer i from Camp Hill, Ala., where he I Phone 61 homestead Fla
Caat- ; had attended the Southern Industrial Xp
Robert who returned Friday -
School thii past school year.
from Auburn Polytechnic Institute ,atj
will leave Sunday for a
summer course at the same school.
Joe and Sam Hlcluon who attend d
DR.M.A.BERGERDentist
G&LROOFING
the aame school, likewise will return
for the summer term after I
a short visit at their home In Na- CO. 0
raaja. Ben Plummer and Wjl- ,

lard Hendenhott other local boys: First National Bank
who attend Auburn have returned II
to their homes for the summer. Bidding Johns Manville

The Rev. Ceo. E. Deuet took the : Office Hours 8:20-4:30 Bonded Rooters a' .jy+1wa .414

place of Dr. J. D. Kuykendall in i Open Evening!: bj Appointment
the Plymouth Congregational SHUT METAL CRAFTSMEN
Church k. Coeonul Grove Sunday.I
ewer...... .r w hoesG&L N. wendr s everywhere laved w vP
eb.b Utol Mid by the worU. t 61-
1 largest blade auUnra pound, bend an4
HARRY'S WELDING SHOP stropped h a aped*!praen tinge bean
SOLAR HEATER }>uUd** bids Witt ad roar sbwtsS
PW (CETON. FLA. trouble*.Yo we money tool Buy apaeka
I et*ofrrobek Bade*today-4 Ibr only 1M.
Tea we 6".. 04 Aft "Noasso ..,.
rettekl Etoetrl and Acetylene Welding at Cylinder Block*. ..e exam # lomrtdde..NN ...
ftlMef Heads AhuaUma Castings sad ..... tile, a" "hoo below.
-bLeft
Automotive lne Repairing-Catering to gancee ta main
bearing sawing and aliened naanlag connecting rod tearing I
and boring and cylinder b rf1I6.
G. & L. ROOFING CO.

EXPERT WORKMANSHIP GUARANTEED j' W. SJ. Tk M. ft sr .. FkM*,..,.

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GRADUATION AND WEDDING ON SAME DAY COACH SNYDER 19 HOST MISS WILLELA BULLARD AND HARRY BEATY
I TO BASKETBALL BOYS
IS EXPERIENCE OF MISS NORA GREENWOOD Coach D. R. Snyder of Redlam UNITED IN FORT LAUDERDALE CEREMONYMiss

-- High School gave a dinner at his

Immediately after her graduation of his aunts, all of Miami I ; the home Wednesday evening for Wlllela Bullard and Harry ants IS years ago from Camilla,
from Redland High School 1 bride's father; Mr. and Mrs. Bert members of his basketball team D. Beaty, both of Homestead, were Ga., her birthplace.Mr. .
Wednesday night Miss Nora Cyn- Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Mrs. Snyder was assisted I In married Wednesday afternoon In Beaty came to Homesteadten

thia Greenwood, daughter of U. Snellgrove Mn. Tony Dinatale, serving by Mn. Mason Roberta the office of the county judge at months ago from Lamont, Fla.,
L Greenwood of Silver Palm, was Mrs. G. C. Rive, Miss Mary and Miss Virginia Delaney. Fort Lauderdale. The bride worea where he was born the son of Mr.
married to Raymond Laacano of Thompson, and Misses Alice, Present were: Principal Car! white crepe dress with white and Mri. James Beaty. He is employed -

Key West by the Rev. C. N. Walker Elisabeth and Ellda Sage. Wagner, Mason Roberts, Richard accessories There were no at- at a local filling station
in the parsonage of the Tint The bride wore a white crepe Edwards, Kennth Chambers, E. .J. I tendants. and auto supply house. ,

Baptist Church of Homestead. dress and I white hat with short I Graham, John B. Graham, Charles Mn. Beaty, who was graduatedfrom The couple are at home in the
Only a few relatives and im- veil and other accessories to Behrens Fred Vlhlen, Richard Homestead High School McClure Manor residence of the

mediate friends of the bridal match, and she carried a bouquetof Crawshw, Harold Sickle, Warren Tuesday nightis a daughter of brlde'a parents who left yesterday
couple witnessed the ceremony. gladioli. Wood, Billy Hilson, Larry Hoi. Mr. and Mrs. F. O. Bullard. She morning to spend two months in

Mi, Mary Pinatale was maid of After the ceremony Mr. and Walter Thompson, James Daniel, came to Homestead with her par- Rldgeland, S. C.
honor and Lueben Greenwood, Mn. Laicano went to Miami but Bobby Ames, Ernest Campbell,

brother of the bride was best man. will return tody before leaving Alvln Prothero, Cohen Leggett.
ty. !M. 8. CIRCLE PLANS Miss Kathryn Cast, Miss Jane Robinson -
Others present Included the bride- Monday for West Palm Beach I Jack Turner, Clement Russell, BOX FOR WESLEY HOUSE Misses Idena and Helen
,room'" mother, Mn. Mary Denicritt > where the bridegroom is stationedat Glendall Odom, E F. Marshall and
Members of W. M. S. Circle I Cooke, Misses Emily, Mary and
his step-sister, Miss Hester present as an employee of the Earl Swilley. Three homeof Freda Engel, Miss Martha Jan

Deinerltt, of Key West, and three state road engineering department ----- Mn.tJ'd I uary, Wesley January, Robert

I \ The. CalendarJune ed to send a gift box of clothing, Cast, John Singleton and William

REDLAND LADIES' AID GIVES Mrs. Gerda Freed, Mrs. H. E.I --..- book, magazines and other Itemsto Mulkley .

SHOWER FOR MRS. NELSON Redin, Mrs. Chambllss, Mn. Kirby >3> Silver birthday anniversary the ,Wesley Houst/lnKey West I
Mrs. M. A. Baker entertained Mrs. Andrews, Mn. Horne, Mrs meeting of Ad Astra which helps the underprivileged, Mn. E. J. Dyal entertained at
Rite members of the Redland La Olson, and two visitors, Mn. Ben Chapter of O. E. S. after Mrs. J. J. Richards had talk- dinner Tuesday a group of relatives -
dies' Aid at a kitchen shower for Young and Mrs. W. D. Shetzline June ed on the needs of the Institution. from Miami and Coral Gables
>3> Luncheon meeting ofEpl.copal
Mn. C. G. Nelson, bride of the Mn. Maud Chandler, a guest of who came down to attend the
Auxiliary at home of
pastor of the church the circle, offered to commencement exercises. In the
WEDNESDAY CLUB MEETS M,.. Richard Huff at 1230.: give a sewing -
Cake and punch were served. WITH MRS. CORDON IVEY machine. party were Mr. and Mrs. Robsrt.itt
Those present were: Mr and June S Meeting of Homestead Atkinson Mn. J. G. ,
The Wednesday Bridge Club Mr*. Davis led in a discussion McSweeney
Mn. Nelson, the Rev. and Mrs Townsend Club In school auditorium Mn. C. G. Wheat, Mn. Earl Meyer
met this week at the home of,Mr of mother of the Old Testament
Ceo. E. Deuel, Mn. H. J. Armstrong I and Mn. Gordon Ivey. Mrs. R at 2:30.: and Misses Fay and Emma Lou
Towels for the church kitchen
June
Community at
Mrs. Anna MessertmithMn supper Rogen.
R. Kinard and Mn. Paul Reynoldswon
were made.
Redland Community Church at
.
Frank W. Stlllman Mrs.
the high score prizes.Others The next meeting of the
6 o'clock.
group
Thomas Quilllan, Mrs. Geo. W.
Turner, Jr., and Mn. Baker. playing were: Mn. Claude June ( Business meeting of It was announced will be at the Local Group to Attend

Gifts were sent by Mr. and Mn Campbell, Mrs. Rusell Home, Mn Junior Womsn's Club of Homestead home of Mn. Julian H. Websteron 4-H Course at College
J. D. Perkins
Mn. Robert Glenn, June 21.Preaent .
W. a Cast, Mn. Frederick Ku- In clubhouse.
feldt. Mr. and Mn. Sam Engel and Jr., Mn. Geo. M. Sonnlch ell and June 8 Meeting of B. P. W. C. were: Mn. J. D. Redd, Miss Margaret Delaney, home
Mrs Orin Smith.B. .
Betty and Margaret Stillman. In Chamber of Commerce. Mn. F. Deltas. Mn. H. L. Brown, economics teacher of Redland High

The society will meet next at June 7 Meeting of child psychology -' &n. Robert Glenn Mn. Dan Williams School, will leave Saturday to
the home of Mr. and Mn. Nelson P. W. C TO MEET MONDAYIN class at 3 o'clock In clinic II Mrs. J. T. Massey, Mn. teach in the annual short course
In Florida City on June 9. I CHAMBER OF COMMERCE room. Chandler, Mn. Davis and Miss for 4.H girls at the Florida State
Monday- night the Homestead! June 7 Business meeting ot Helen Griffin. College for Women.

GOLDEN JUBILEE Business and Profession Women'i I W. M. P.at3P.m. Three Homestead girls Miss
PROGRAMTO Club will hold Its June business I June 9 Meeting of Redland The Epworth League of the I loaldla Grennell, Miss Teresa
BE GIVEN
BY W. M. U. meeting in the Chamber of Commerce Ladles' Aid in parsonage of FlorIda Redland Community Church was :Redd, and Miss Julia Frances Sullivan -
On Wednesday the W. M. V. of building. At that time, City Community Church. represented at the R. D. Y. P. U1 who have been awarded
the
First
Baptist Church will have
announcement may be made of a June 10 Legion Auxiliary meeting in Homestead Sunday by I scholarships to the course will
a golden Jubilee In celebration of
new meeting place.COMMUNITY part for junior memben. Mr. and Mn. Gotch Kufeldt, Mn. 'leave for Tallahassee at the same
union.the fiftieth anniversary of the June 14 Business meeting of A. W. January, Mrs. H. Mulkley, 1 time.

SUPPER Womsn's Club of Homestead.
The program will be furnished TO BE GIVEN MONDAY

by Circle Four. Plans for this program A covered dish community supper
were made at a meeting of will be served In the Redland conference for the quarter after
the circle at the home of Mrs the supper.
Church it
Community Monday 61
R. E. Edwards on Wednesday of Florida City church members
'clock sharp. VACATION
this week. After the plans had The presiding elder of the I will join In the supper, and all NEEDS

been completed a Royal Service Methodist Episcopal Church, Dr.!other persons who are Interested Sots Site Rexall

program on Brazil was given. Mn. W. V. Meredith, will hold the are invited to attend. GYPSY CREAM
Catherine Pickard spoke on "Bra- 504
ioolh
ill I'' sunburn with Ms
Fifty Years
Ago"; Mrs. Julia greaseless preperstlon,
Polk on "Fifty-five Yean of S
Service"; Mn. Harry Hall, on DR. B. E. GATLIN DR.R.S.AKERSDENTIST I Full Kexall

"Brazil! Today"; Mn. J. M. Forte, Gypsy Tan Oil 506xueRrt

on "Our Present Work In Brazil"; X-Ray and for aM ILO rich tan I
Mrs. Plche,
on
"Evanjelistic
Office loan: t a. m. to S p. m.
Work"; and Mrs. Edwards, on "A General DentistryOffice Stag 601.JAR MttnturED ,
Golden Sheaf of Brazil." Sundays 9 to II: ct'

Mrs. Edwards assisted by Mn. Closed Saturday GOLF BALLS REXEMEw
Hours: t a. m. to 5 m.
p.
Forte served a refreshment course. Tooals, bs + Et' t SK NCREAM
Sundays by appointment Free Parking Space % Loo for s...

W. At S. CIRCLE ENJOYS Phones: Office IS Res. 830-B: 17(4 N. W. 3 TH ST. MIAMI! I fee 69ar sow rote ydy roth. f.ra.mphdo.burn a wa m

WATERMELON; : CUTTING Homestead Fla PHONE 2-2111

Mn. Anna Butler and !\In. Accurate Cascade6at., arE/ka s

Emma Wright were hostesses! at a I I pocket wafek MOTH FUME
watermelon cutting In the Krome I

park Wednesday afternoon, rtkkls finish, T CRYSTALS
DR. B. F. 00
The hostesses were appointed to twsrtoas dial Pra.M rw.r
serve as the flower committee for STEBBINSRegistered trpook.t rash.'o' sloth.. fr
,?,{ mothd.a
the tint Sunday this month; Mn Optometrist "'

J. R Chambltu and Mrs. T. E. 11 YEARS'Practice fULL
PINT SITE
Kirby, for the second; Mrs. W. D. In Homestead r.L m ,1ye' W?,&Ilycpu '1ltlT.srNo,6

Home and Mn. Bert Andrews, for Rooms 6 and 7 I DISINfECTANJ
the third; and Mrs. Henry Olsen McCrory Arcade I genuine off EMVEIOPES
and Mn. E. L. Lawrence, for the : EUGENE Tab"kill asolly.21.hooft .
Hours: Permanent lot and 14 O ..seddhi.aa
fourth. Saturday . 7 to 10 p. m. I gg.awp.. ins s.-t.
I Mrs. Andrews talked on the MAIN OFFICE isf'stsdLR --......

Margaret Fund. 1MJ W. flatter Miami ass. twi g cwIa-...... the J
I
srI I Try oar Good Ice Cream I Eat lunch with us. Our J
Mrs. L. T. Proctor will be the rhoBesi i MU ... ,
I next hostess, it was announced. k*< dt.C""m-wow .e gd.et Made fresh daily t Sandwiches will please
I
Dr. L. W. BlebMoa,, Associatemice's .
} present were: Mrs. Jim Vann [ I > .. .. ....In. ...... <

I i.e' ,wi 6 g wsi.e r.....
"j. ? j j j ?I'j ,III I 11114.riJIDnfir: I 3.Jto Lee us "deed' yaee Stall Io ..... Raft .._ .rtoowd'ptfeno..
laud
e I
think hi the sr..oth .. -fit::-..rte 'promptly and (
Shop fanZBush's .. asM@ .::::,
Beauty ; 1 hral Md..iM, std ....".'. .M4.-yossis................., pct,........ IRewash

lt-14 McCrory.Arrsds -- Alice Hobsoo. Owaer-Operatec )0II
...... ..._ .,, .. '\ tI., .
Barber Shop .j", I'" ,_ II .", "' ..'
J e
Thermlque Croquldnolc
& Parlor ti
Beauty
Permanent Waves

end Coal ___ PM eft ., T.... wood __ 1f.N :. Hist Little Brewa. Operator THE DIXIE DRUG ;
oil .r Tills wood use
3 Mwhlr Solutions __ .....__ figs c..I_ "0". $atN
Lana ShasnaM TintsMarhm" OsesMlk

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Friday, June 3, 1938 THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Pare Seven



I the following described estate .In I der for look H provided by Chapter latM.of .

LEGAL NOTICES County of DAM, Sato nrn: lo-wll the 1U7 Aria .( the Loal...,uN, Upon

Lot 4. Block I. 1'...... and Add. .. the following dexribed. ...1 oitate In the

NOTICE or tAU or TAX: CRRTII Home Uad. Tk tarn to be sold. a..,I County of Dada auto of Florida, to-wlt: CLASSIFIED ADSRATE
CATER evidenced br CortMleau No. I1T7 of .9111 Lot .1, Block' 1. Parvoalr Plat No. I.
.1.1FOR
Application ".. Deal and reproMnte anon for she yon IMO ...I Th loam to k* Mid are vMenoad kr Cortlftoato -

J Notlca b hereby slow that T. A. Food IMI both .. ../.... ...._.... to Ml..1'1 No. MM .* l.*. and upraaanol
Mod with m* written moment that 1uS Bald tax MitmcatM together wR .11 ftalwlv., : Tint Insertion 104 a line, subsequent Insertions

oertlflcataa together with ill K.... ahMaMnl omitted or levied axes will :I Dr. 30 a line
Lonl omitted M levied axes Inched. sold to tie highest bidder at the CouHOUM Lot I. Block PorvMlr Plat No. ITh _

the rest 1008 held by the Status w ._.. In Minuet, on the Ith. dar of Ju.. UUM M k* Bold. ace evidenced kr Cortlflcata .

ttaed Md MM 10 the highest bidder I.. toil keglnnlng at the kour *f ton Veto.k No tail at IM and eaprowMataiotlor I

i run M provided kr Chapter last *i A. M. ar .. MM thereafter aa the MrMr the roan 1M to IMa both In- j RENTFOR R. t RED: FRYERS: -JJve or ores*

SPOT Act of the Legislature. ape I.... ka reached In due __ _''', amounllnl to ..I.... ed. Free In Phone
Lot I Block .. Pat_.. Mat )to. 1. delivery city
following deaBrlhi'd. nol mate In u. Dated at Miami. Florida. this the IS" .
County af Dad. BUM of Florid, tow." .Yg of If.,., The taxes to b* told are ..vld Md kr RENT Good. nice. room 835-M McEwen Poultry Plant
swim 4M ft But of W Comer of ,14: IBIS.L 8. LEATHERMAN CertlflcaU No M7I ol tM and rvproMntatoaea

W NEU K I* ft North MO to w" II Cleft Circuit Court for the room IMI to IMI. both In. apt. Cool well urnlthed. Sum

feet S MO A to Point' ., B.. ...... .'- Dada Couatr Florid.... clu.lv.. ammntla to lIT.M. mer rate, reasonable.. Ask at FOR SALE Tropical plants dt-
Bisection II. Township M. lines. ... Ion. ... (C...." Court Sent) Lot I. Block 4. Perorate Plat MOo I. ,
.. M .. sad ... ..Ido..... kr c.ntll. By. MO. "NNO. D. C. Tk loam to ka aold aN ........>d kr Orjtldcato Western Union. (my27tt) rue trees and tropical fruit In

of IM and taa. 11 Jo.. 1. tell No. MM of IMO sod represents
rat N* 1414 reproMata (Publish" Mow 2S. 1.1 1 Beason. Jungle Grove Redan4
for the Sean IMI to IMI MIll Ineluel.. taaa for the ran IMI to 1.... bulk In. FOUND Woo

'. pad less to 1.... both Incluelva, &Macaulo .. OF BALI OF TtX tlBTirCATEB .. elusive, amoantlnc to Ml M. Wadding rill, in road and Plummer drive.
.8b NOTICE aid tax certificates _theo with allnboMjuttt mans Club clubhouse: Ownercan

SE'K of NWH of Section M. Town.hi. rMIMotlM I' omitted or .../.. a>ao will k*

,.' IT.Ia..... M contalnlne .0 A.'.. T'" Applk.U.a N.that Alan U Nlfcellnk .. old to the highest bidder at the Court have same by Identifying WANTEDTUTORING
low
b k.rahr
peer to IK Mid are evidenced kr Cart ( written t Ho... In Miami on the Ith dar of Jun. ring Phone 27
ka filed with lau :
m.
.. hefhinlM at the hour of tea 0'alack
eats No MM of lost and repreaenta tai orit.. UM
... otrtHteaua. tnrth.r
the
for the reara 1MO 1911. and lost to 111". that .levied tea. li... ; A. M.. ar M Boon th rater a* th. aame WANTED high
all omitted or
iubMqunt.
f both lnelu.lv. amounting to 171.10. 'I mar ... reached In dua __ FOR RENT Furnished apartment
.
Lot I. 1:. F. Brook. Add. TIM to.to ... ka fading advertised the rear and "Mid". to held.the kr highest UM site Id. Dated al M ami. Florida, this the 15thday Summer rates Mr*. C. school and grade school: lubJrcU.

k. old in ...1.b" Cwtlflcate7MI 1'1... der, for cash aa provided br Chapter 1M.. of Mar Ipso.L. 2nd Mrs. H. J. Armstrong A. B..
B. LKATHNIMAN lOt N. E. .v.
taxes for tho I R. Siegers
IMI and represents
of ,
of the 1.17 Acto ., tho Lealilalura' upt and Country
Clerk Circuit Court, l Plummer drive
g MM IMO 1*<1 tl"toIWI." III" be'" the followlni dvorlked real rate la the i I Florida (my 20 U)
1 ; Dad Countr
41.
Wh.lv., Club road.WANTED .
County of D.cIe. state of Florid. to-wlt:
.. I (Circuit Court Seal)
Lot 4. B. F. Bmok.n Attain The far
In... Mid are evidenced kr Cerlllloato hTI70 Lot I. Block 4. Spring Gardea.Cenlloate Tltaioa ray NO. FENNO. D. C. FOR REN1 e'brlu.nted apt.

of IMI mid Impediments taxa for tho No.to 14441 be Mid of are HII.Ndtm.rd and represents br tax..i- (Publ....... My to 27. Ju. 8. 1"/. ') downtown. Summer rate till Painting or carpentry -

,.... 1110. IMI and. IMI to Oil. bath for the years lore to JOB both admit. .. i Bchrens work. Price reasonable Cor-
See
1. Henry
Inrhnlve. ....oo.U., to HIM NOTICE OF BALE OF TAX: CBRTIFI: Sept.
...
amounting to
B. F Brook. Addn The tin.. CATKBApplkatten mlStt bet Smith Cor. 4th St. and lot
Lot I. Bald. taa certificate, together with .11 I or Bfnl W. Morris. ( ) ,
to M Mid an evidenced kr Certificate. No, subsequent omitted or knled team will I.. ..... till Ave. at residence of W. a Flowers
........ for TbMdoru. ,
141 of IMS and axes tho Cow Notice' b hereby .1 that
Mid. to the highest bidder at the I
nan IMI and IMI to IMS both lnclu.liamounting. ., Haw In Miami oa tile Ith dar of Jun.. Bailer bon flted with m. warheads acquaint i FOR RENT Furnished apartment Homestead (K)
111.01. that the tax Mrtlflcate. _Nor with all conveniences.
to inn. bMlnnlna- the hour of ton .aolm clean, all
sold t.. eTtiflcaMi together with 1... Subsequent. omitted or levied axes Include
A, M. .. soon thereafter aa the aanmr 2 bedrooms houses
_..... omitted or levied taxes will .. b or reached In des ..u... laws the rear KM hold br the ..... b.adverthwd Also furnished house, WANTED Listings of

old to the highest .Id.... at the Con" Dated*. at Miami lorlda., this the 11th and sold. to the highest bidder all electric. Mrs. Eva Collins and apartments for rent Henry
la Miami tho lllh dar of Jut .. for .h provided kr Chapter IMM of
How oa ra M
IM*. beginning at the bone of ten ..doA ... di.. of M.y, 1939.L. R. LIATRI:1IIIAN.!: I the IMT Asa of the legislature. upon tho corner Biscayne drive and Behrens & BenJ. W. Morris N.

M. or ai anon thereafter M. UH jwiur .. Cloth. Circuit ('....rt. I following Oanrlhed. Ml I Mteto In the Conn Federal highway at Modello Krome ave. north of 10-cent
... reached In des eoura.Dated .. I Coa.tr. $7ord IT of Dade. BUM of Florida tempi alt-tf)
at Miami, Floridalo the tItII ample Court Baa.r- I .......{, of Bo.S of NK 4 of NW\4-aI:% store phone 81.

*' "". '"'i ByIiJNO. FENNO. D. ) ol NV/H BeaUMr It. Township M. lance FOR SALEFOR

:, 8. Lr.AT.Ea.ANt: f I (,...,...... Mar 20. 17. Jose i. Ion : ... mot.icing M scan mora or Joel The WANTED-Good clean cotton retie:
Clerk of Clro.lt Court. taxes to be Mid. are ..101...... br certificateIM7
Dada Cooatr florU. of IMI and NpraMnta texas foe the SALE Second hand Frig- Leader-Enterprise

(Circuit Court Seal. NOTICE OF BALE OF TAX: CERTIF I mom IUO to IMI, both lnclu.lv. and Ida Ire $20 Inquire LeaderEnterprise. -

Rr iVO. FBNN0;ft c. CATER 1M7.IMI. ._.11.. to 114.II.

(Published May M. Jwa* O. 14V.4O1I 1 Notice' b Application hereby rims Noi that loll 0 B M.MM ,... I Lot 17 Block. I section II Township 17Rana LEGAL NOTICES
II containing 10 ores mm orIn.
lea lied. with M written nan* I .. Th. ..... to ka Mid are ..vldonckr ...1 I .
,NOTICE OF. SAIJt nr TAX: -",.. certificates tonvther wl.h Dated tab Wtk liar of Mar. IM*.
that the taa" Mltlflcato 1 MM o( IMI and raproMitaaei 0 artrrlbed. property under or fnn.
ahova
CATER .. the E. B. LEATHhRMAN
Application No. IMItMIc t.U ..ubaMiteat ...11... or .Irving. Uaee licludlna for tile ,..... IMO to IMI. bah II I Ilu.lv I.... REALTY SECURITIES CORPORAT Clerk of Clreull Oo.rt.
.
sal
'b kerehf a-lven that M ta. Arrtit. the you IMI bald kr highest the bkd .I and 1'37-1188. Amounting to IM .. a Florida oorporalloB. now diaaolved.. ; Da to County. Florida.CM. .
and sold to the
I H.dM.i MPnttlrf,Vtomaia tlrlnti M (Ik: he advertised I Loa II 14 Block I Miami Land Doe, athrrwlM ba and they ore heresy require Court Feel)

with .... written __I that tile baerrlflraui >r for enh .. provided br Chapter lltll.. I Co. Section II Township ITIa.... III I I to appear to the Hill of. Complaint fib.i ( 8y N. C. ITEUITT: D. aWay
ref the IM7 Arte of the Legislature. tope I 00..1.,.. 10 loia. T" .. befor Monday,.
tnrMlwr orith. oH auhorqiiotoiltM ,.. fnllowhiadaMrlbed. reel estate la th.. acre mora or In tho MM came. or ( IT ; June 8. 10. 11. 1911II1
or ImM taut Including the rim .. the team to be Mid ar evidenced kr oertlfle.M4I ..., the Both dar of June III. otherwhw -
Md kr tile Btat ko adoorttoni aiMM ,Climate of Dad. BUM of Florida. to-wlt' of IMI and represents taiM for tho, allowoOl.ns of Mid Rill will .. aba" ..
|. I Block 47. Brlck.ll Hammock Unit IN TRI CIRC!'IT (COTE OF TOM
Lot .. ,. .
U th. hla-MM hairlike for each a. p.. IMO to IMI. both .1..1. ni1M7 I MnfoMed hr Mid defend.ntaIt '
b Mid ... evidenceby JIDIIIAL ( 1.11' IN
to ELEVENTH
No. 1 The Jones .
this Or*
IMI. amounting to IM14Lot that '
of the A.. further ORDERED.
HIT b
wed kr Chapter 182M
Fl.ORHIAIN .
Certificate No. II7M of 111 and repnMnte AND FOR DADS 'IIITNTT.
i I Block 4 Miami land A Dow. Co. week hoe four ("
dcrlbrd ba once a
of the '-" ". upon the followln IMI to loss butInclusive. published CHANCERY NO. 619112.Victoria .
fer the
tarn room Section II Township IT Range l> ootalnlnl ... In the LMiterKntelprn .
week.
seal I *>..Ie la the Collator fit Badgut. .. MUMcullva unmarriedwoman. .
'"'.11. N.. nuelmen.. an
amoantlna to
... .. .
I I acroa man or ( Th. taw published la Momentum .
of Florida, towlt8FH t a newspaper
with .n : W Gordon llean
Bald tai certificates _h.' Plaintiff trig ,
I I to ho mid evidenced br MrtldcaWof tin
of BE> of NW" of 'Wt<. Bl" are Dado County. Florida.
4 Subsequent. omitted. or ..... tan will a. eL al, Dr'.d.....
of NKH of BWH of BWVi section' 1Towtuhlp mil and represents tan" for IMO Ie. Dated this the 14th dar. of M.r, lilt
U Range 40. ronulnlnr f.11I wild U the highest bidder at the CoutHraM IMI both ,..1...,... and 1117.IMI. amour'. B B. LKATHtKMAN! BILL TO FORKrlOHR TAX DKKIM
In Miami on the Ith dar of Juiu In 1 ORI>KR OF PI HI.l to 114.42. Circuit Courl
... Clark, of the
more *r toes. The taw to sodtow
Bern OF
the hour of too acloc IN THE: NAMS OF THE STATE
bezlnnlm at
e.ld...... br MrtlfleaU IT't of l.land 1018. .I LoU 11 4k II Block 4 Miami Land "I (Circuit T.tart small
represents _.a for the yMn 1.80 A. M. or .. soda thereafter .aa the "Sam I Dev. Co. Section II Township 17 Ran.., by F. J. GOUl.D. Deputy cu>r, rVoRTHa t W. GORr10NDEAN
des DEFENDANTS
h reached In mums.Dated
war It eontalnln 10 Th.,
Bens made or MM MORROW MATES AND BUTTON
I both inclusive amounting 10
to IUI8 Miami Florida this the 11th rMlrience unknown : A1.h0RTSAYE
.
at taxes to ba Mid are evidenced. br Mitllcat. Solicitor file Plalntl
IMTI dar of M.r 1911. MM of IMI and 17 June I. ID. IT loss) re.ldi.nf. unknown : CARRiF HI
p 10
.U Mar. ;
certificates with
Raid ta. together
B. R. tKATnERMAN I for the roan IMO to IMI: both n.I'j::: LEN and h >band. C. I. FHLFN roWi "ro,
omitted lovlod taxes wlb. *
Subsequent or Clerk Circuit Court. 1117..10. amountln to 111.14Lota TIKCI'IT COURT or THE IIT1JIUKIAI elf South Washington Stroh. Van Wirt.Ohio
land THE
IN
Mid to the highest bidder at the Cow. I
Did Countr Florida CARRIE J. BKDWNFLL andBROWNFI
17 II Block I Miami Land nr.. CIRCUIT' IN AND YON
HOUM In Mimi the lath of Jon
dar .
on Real. I : .L. her huih.nl. If maf.resident .
(Circuit Court Cn. IN CHAN
Section IT Township (7 Range U DADR COl NTT. FLORIDA
the hour 0' ncloc..
I09H beginning at ton
NO. rrNNo D. C. Po.ufflce Bo 89T. Dart..n Ohio .
By The axes to ... told are evidenced brtlflcate m... N.. .111.
FRY.
A. M b.. or reached.. stun In Son thereafter..u_.aa the as.Mans .. (Published Mar S 0. 17 June I. I9S11 l I 8100 of itlll and. niroMnto tax.., 11 LYDA C. HENNKSSFT Plaintiff vi.., I PAUL LP.ZPOKT, _Id...* 1.. MnlnStreel

fins the room IBM to 1018 both Incltnlv.,. PATRICK JOSEPH HFNNE8SIV, Dl, swor.rvlllr.' PMny lvo01at. PAUL
..
D.' at Ml.ml Florida. this the 15th .
BUI'KCrealdence and MARY 81.11'x( his w11. ,
PF tERTIFI:
dais of.II. NOTICE OF SALE TAX and ,o.7-I.n. amounting to IMtlBald la..t.I .
.. KU.J R. R LFATHFRMAN!: 1 CATER tea ...rtlll..... together with .11 I OHDEI FOR PI'"I.ICATIOM 'A' 81v-um l Street, Bwote vIM!

Clerk of Circuit Court I Application No. till subsequent. omitted or levied, taaei ..III I TOt PATRICK JOSEPH KNNB8BK1: rann.ylvanla : WILLIAM H. PIAKK.no\ .

Dada County. FlorMi. N"tic.' "U h. eur clean that Donator MFrlpp he Mid to the highest bidder I at the Cou" VI Wart Grant Street, Nw CartliPaanirl" I HLAKK hi. wife If ma' .4naldenc ,.

(Circuit Court Broil. halt filed with mt written mueithat 1 How la Miami. on the lath dar of Jun,. .. New York City. N.w York. VICTOR '

B JNO. FENNO, D. C. the tea certificates together with .11 lose bailnnln at the hour of ten o'clu You are h..b' .Ullod and required 10, W. PETERSON and 1..n.H.

(Published Mar, 2k June I. 10. IMg) i"bM.iu.nt omitted. or levied ..... Includ A. M" or .. soon thereafter. aa the an.., oppose to the 11111 01 Complaint for D1. BON hb wife If married.. re.MenHCHLY1.KR It i::
Inn the Your 1MH. held br the State haUvertbMl mar b 0 reached In duo _.... tome lied In the above itrled ruu.. u. DUNIAR WEINFKI

NOTICE OF BALE OF TAX CERT1FI and Mid to the highest blduY, Dated at Miami Florida. Ihll the lI.h I or before the 4th day of July' IMI, other. I Continent IlllnoU Bank B IMInc" 5,0.405."

for cash aa provided br Chatter large. o' dar u( liar, wIN the allwatloua ..f the said Dili will |o. llllnob .
Application CATER No. till the. nIT Acts of the U tal.tur.. upon thi,. IMIK. n LEVTKERMAN: I b* taken ...1... you u .0DI_. A.d..... and. every of the ab,.ve nnmdefendant ...

fallowing described real damp In thi, Clerk of Circuit Court. This order Mall h. published. once i I separately and severally If
b given that Hung Col.
Notice hereby : I
written County of Dad.. Bate .( Florida. to-wlt Dada Count. Florid.. weak for four connccutlv WMU! In thiaa living. and If 01..01.l all Portion claiiins'
man her filed with ma requMthat of NWtt I FlorldaE. i interest, Under each and every of the ./...*
certificate tocethtt will Oovt Lot 4 and 8WW BWJ4NWM (Circuit Court Seal) I Leader-Entorprlse. DAM County.
the
all tai omitted. levied axes In. of BKM, BVi of Hn<4 of BBHH :i, Br JNO FENNO D. C :. R. LIATHI8MAN.: named defendant "r anr .( them drerawd

eluding subsequent the IMD or hold br the Stint. year .
40. oontalnliw' 401.14 sore more 01Ina. 'I (.Clroalt Court Baal) the property hrr.l".r" letrrlhedTROVFR
hluhoit bidder
be advertlMd and Mild to the
The axes to be Mid are *vld.noMbr BiuF. t OOULD Deputy Chirk. C, WILSON. reeldenc IMReha
iN THB I :;
fur cash M provided' br Chapter Hid. TH .
and I : Plac.. Fvan.t, Illln I.
No IUf of IMI rap
certificate ( 1T II I CARR CARR
of the 1917 Acts of the Lwblatur. Pill
the following described real I MtaU In thi ........ WM for the errs Jose to JOBS AND FOR DADE COUNTY FLORIDA IMIo" for l'lslntltf I All unkn wn i mn. claiming H. ma
right. nil and 1 Inu e.1 the .Bert n.1 ?r*
County of Dad.. Sate of Florida to.wlt0Lot both in.-lu.lv.. amountlni U 01497.71.Said I !\I.. 12111.I .June 2. 10. IT. 141.I .
of which b mknowa In and to the propirtr
with ,
Hnr..'. Bub The town. tai certificates together .111 I AIDA ANTONOWRKT. Plaintiff n .
tl. W D. hereraafter _.......
to h. ..1.. ... evld.ned br Certificate No .i bttq'wnt omitted. or levied axes will hiKild B. B. ANTONOW8KY IVfendenL NOTICE ,
YOU AND EACH OF YOU are hr cbrrequired
to the highest bidder at the Court annual meeting ..f the stockholders
ACTION FOR DIVORC The
the
IUZ of One and represents axes for Circuit
Kouaa In Miami on the Bill dar. of u..1 OROKR I of' the H.OKIDA RANT COAST rrRTltlZKR to appear before the Count
l Era 1921 to IMa, both lnolu.lv.. slowing I Sam. .beginning at the hour of ten o'clock.. I. ...Ins by FOR affidavit PUBLUATIONth filed barrio the CO. will ... held at the' Plant, In f D.d. _I.. Florida al the Co..otr
slip
.
17.22.said Court How In M !>ad. #l.
ami. Counts r-
taa aertlflcatee together with .U I. M, or aa Mon thereafter aa the aanunar plaintiff Aida Antonow.hr. b entitle.. Homestead. Florida. at J p. n". on luce.'ellTnJl' I
Ida. or before M".da. the *ih day oflane
Subsequent. omitted. or .levied axes will hi. ba reached In des ooura. to ....,.* br publication aaalnal her huiband ley, 1..... oa
IM. U Rill of Complaint brojghtwaln.1
this the 18th Walter M.ndr. ProiHent, a
Dated at Miami. Florida 0
t
B. .
old to the highest bidder at the Court B Anti.now.kr. who b itated to
VICTORIA N. COUNHFL-
.day of Mar IMI. I A. D. Fk. .et. and Traaa.Mar ran br
Hun I. III... on the Solo dar of June. be a non naldent of the State of rlorld., ,
HAN unmarried for the
an woman. -
B. B LEATHERMAN June I 10. IMP. p
3T. .
IM. beilnnlai at the koua of ton ..'stoolA. 1 and whom residence b unknown to tk. ( MM of orechwlu certain Tax Urcda
of Circuit
Clerk Court .
M.. tho...,_ aa Ih* plaintiff
or aa toss palm nominal th. following described. propertrlo
,
Dad Countr Florida APPLICATION FOR TAX
Bur ka reached lir des eoura.. It b therefore ordered that the sale." NOTICE OF wltl .

Dated at Miami Florida this lha lltl. JInuH Court falBr JNO FCNNO D. C.Publbked i B B Automatically ba and ha b hereby r.gulred DKrn,R AJ575.Notion CHAPTER. I74<7. ACTS OF IMI.Fll Tract 4. Rlrd Road Farma. a ."k.
toy of Mar 1986.o to appear to the bill of complain.
tl 17 Juna I less that tt..rt and dlvblon so"dln. to the plat there.of .
( Mar ) far dlvorc b herebr elves
E B. lEATHFRalAW I I lied kemln, oa or "before th
ku.band and ,.. hold. recorded. In Plat Bonk f. rage I*.
w
Bcharlaa.
Clerk" Circuit Court. I Ith dar of June. A. D. IMI. and In def.ul Bertha
of the Public Record of Did
Dada County FloridaClrault IOT1CB OF APPLICATION FOB TAX: :I of M appearln the Mid Bill of Complain era of BUM and. County T>a CertificatesNo. Fiends Countythereof .

( Court Seal Br)JNO FFNNO D. C. ;; nUT-AdO DIEDhooter W IMI. File A IMINolle for aaalnal dlvorc.the will Mid dof.nd.nL be taken aa containing eo, 4 .A.ITiM vu>t, and A. D.1717 19.1. lamed have filed the aim lot dar lar 'rar' 8 and '. Bird ..ad Farmer. a

(PubluuSed Mar 10. IT, Juna I, loss). la hereby given that W. Resell Thus order b.* published. one a wool|h I office and have made application for I subdivision. recorded; according In Plot to Hook all*T Pw 4
Inrno, holder of flat and County Tax hot four ..._u.,.* weeks In The Lawson. : a tai dead. to be .bud thereon Bald .
CIITlFf.CATEII' feitKlcat No. I04H .bed the l.t dar E..... Certificate embraM the following or II. nf the Public Roonta of Dad*
NOTICE OF BALE nr TAX of Honmtead Florida, .._ I I FUarld
.. tawny.
.* Antonio A. D. 1M7 ban filed mine Inr erlbed. propertr I* the Colony of Dad, :
paper puMhhed In Dada County Florida IS of BWU of dWI of ...1.... i5
offlco and has mad, application for:: : Bute of Florid, lo-witt .
8111 Dated this :
Apik.Ota N. Both dar of April, A D, IMIE.
NotlM b hereby given that F. N Irwin. tea deed to k* lamed theraon BaldSertlfkaW I I B. LItATHKIIMAN.I lat I. block I, lath It. Merit. a Rub To.oohlp"Iourh.. of Rana* 41 EnM

ku filed with ... wrHten "quart that the ) embraces the following I desorlb.4 Clark Circuit Court, Flat Bonk S. par 59. I. the Calmar oI containing M arm mora or leea. ta
tax .eartlflcele towhee with all tub. property In she County af Dada (_ ....It Court Beet.) I Dade. State of Florid. aa embraced. In the County o( Hade. State of FkirWa4herwlM
.. ..11' ... The aeMmment of I I the allegations. of Mid Bill of
.tea of Florida Certificate H. 11.
_.... omitted or levied axes Includingthe bye M. SWIFT Dvputr ClarkrYahh ,
.omplalnt will ...
Porvenlr Plat I Mrtlflratehaued Julian na Mnfeaaed farom.
scar IM. held br the State ka .d.... Lot 1. Block 4. Beckham Ellb Mid property sods the said
.
Used and Mid to the Morocco bidder for Plat Book ... pan ... In the County I Miami. Florida WM In the memo of Cecil I. Miller
each aa provided kr Chapter Joan of the of Dado But of Florida. Attorneys for Plaintiff Lot .. Block I. Hth ... 11._ a Sub. This Order shall k* puhlbhed h. Use Uad.rknterprn .
the Th independent of Mid ramparts .. Plat Bonk I. peg* M. la Ih* Coualr of .. a pewepaper pea...,- I.
of Ih LecMawr.
SIT Acte upon : Mar .. U. SO. Ifl| lomMlead .
:1 Dad Coo. ,. Florida
InUWtlfleate onoa
forced In embraced
followlni deaerlked dead estate l. thoc..u.tr a* aM rtllcata wide Dade. State of Florida, na
week fur four Ill MHcecutive w.ik"
ama oft UnkaownUabaa No. 17M7 The amendmentof -
of Bib Dade Bute of of Homestead Florida te-wttl Propkoth Mid eartlfkaf. shall 'oa 're- rv Tim CIRCUIT COUNT m AND MBDADS Mid property under the MM Ontlfhmtohaurd Dated this the >th dar of Mar l....
Loa 9. La Town
ft. The .... to to mad am ...5drmdby .named noaordlni U law. the prop.rtOMirlbed ., COUNTY.. FLORIDA. IN CHANCF.MY WM In the aama of Cecil S. M.ller. K. B. Lr.ATHr.RMAM
Certificate" H. .14. III 1411$ .nd thereto will k* auld to the aura. NO. U.. .. Unless MM CorMflcatoi .hall a* ro.eeeeied Clerk of tier ClmM Court.

'oo the loll a "" .it bidder. al the Court bow doe on the VICTORIA N. COUNBFLMAM a* an.narrled aoeardlnf U taw the propertrdeMrlbod (Clrc.lt Court Seal
Toronto saes men .
India ... eliminating Ie 'T..... ,rat Moadar la the month of Julr IMI, J woman. plaintiff. ... W. COR.XN thernn will ... MM to the klgheel Br M SWIFT Depute Clerklorrow .

Said tea .... ... together with al .high b the 4th dar of July, lost I DEAN err al. rtofeadaatt. bidder at the Court HOWM door on the Mane and Button,
ihMquaat emitted or levied axes will kaMM Dated this llth dr of M.r loss, BILL TO FORKtLoaaj TAX DEED: lint Monday the mouth of Julr IMI. ollelura for Plaintiff

to the highest bolder at the CourtNotice E. B. LEATHERMANChrrk : I ORDER OF PUBLICATIONIt which b the Sob dr of July. lilt. IMF S. II. in 17 Jules I. 1M)

In Miami oa flat KHk dar f Jan, af Circuit C....... I Opp rise kr ._. Bill of Complaint
lied In Ac above .......
that
C....tr. MUM REALTY
IMI. kerlanlaa- at the hour of bell .clock .IS--: Florida'
SECURITIES: CORPORATION
A. M.. ar aa aoon the mercer M th. MOM (circuit Cant a'lorlda
ur b* reached In due aouraa.Dated Bf .... C. ITFRRETT!: D C. oorporatlon kM keen el-olved, kr'raclamaUon

at Miami. Florida this the lat (Mar M. 17. Jan (. 19.I of the Governor of the ButeFlorida
."f an November II, laid. and thatlUlntlff
day III Juab JOBS.L B. LUTHEltIlAN.' I' NOTICE I bottom that there our .. per.on .
I
Clerk" Circuit Court T* Whom It Mar connotes Tab b to o* parllaa whether .aerosol Mlpoiato' EDWARD STILING

Dad Countr. Florida.Circuit notlo that from this data forth IIwlU .* municipal Interested In the kmlanftorlewrlbed

( Court NMI l) not k* responsible for any dkta Mnt lend claiming through or andar

Br JNO FENNO D. O. "" How contracted br mvvlfLANDQN SALTY BECVRITIEB CORPORATION
i
Aaft1'! FkerUa aorporatlon, now dloalv. sad
i
Published Just I It IMI
Is. I ( Map M tf, Juno I. II, it' a4. July 1. hat much ........ er parties, are mnbooerofar Real Estate Genera Insurance
.
Md MMoal
NOTICE 0V SALE OF TAX: CERTIFJ.AppllraUM .. li, M). dlllTent March raqulrr
CATRA | rop.rtr being. discerning n* followa,

) Na. I.ii' _. "OTIC OF BALE OF TAX IERT1FICATER .0wHBVi
of BWU of af section IITawnMlp
BWU
that Arthur
Notice. ta hereby. tlven
Smith hM filed.. with ma written renitent,, A...._ .... Mil 14 South of Rani 46 Fast:
.her with Nalco b hereby given that Don Tai In the County of Dad and BUI of
omKlrau Judge
Ut the tat" Palm A\' and A-e. B Florida City Fla.
all subsequent omitted ar levied taxes In ..Ht baa died. with m* written request,i Florida Cor. e.

Binding the roar 19... held br the Buteb Ih.t the toa aertKlceua ""' .1.... with It b therefor. Ordered that sold URAL-

......._ sod Mid to the hlKhoat bidder .11 I subsequent omitted or levied sense laudlna fTY BFXVRITIKB CORPORATION a'lorlda
> for cub M provided br Chanter IMM ... the rear Ilia, hold br the ButeI corporation, now dleaalnd. and

.f toe 1M7 Actt of Use LMtabtwoi upon ad........ end Mid to Use highest bl*. '. Jl parties, OHuniemi alternate too nod tot







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Pa 7* Twelve THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Friday, June 3,1938

IHMIHItllHHmHtmitllllHIIHtBlimiHHIIIMIIIIIIIIIHIItlMfllimi milHIIWIHIIIHIIIIhHIMHIHHMIHimiHIIMIIIIIMIIIIIIHIIMIIIHIHI IIIHIIIMIIMtlHIIIMirillll



I Social EventsHEAD -- I Prunes Argo 8 all Salmon Pink



OF STATE FEDERATION INSTALLS

OFFICERS OF HOMESTEAD B. P. W. C. l' Ib. pkg. 1 lb. can

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Mr*. Vine Betterley of Hialeah ranged In T-formatlon and decorated 7cCHASE t..IHI'-4I1i 'H..U IZc
newly' elected president of the I with fern frond and golden I
Florida Federation of Business and I rose apple to make a color scheme
Professional Women" Clubs, Installed -
officer of the Homestead & SANBORN, DATED LB. ARMOUR'S
Business and Professional Wo-
men' Club on tM Diehl of May
2< after a pot-luck upper served COFFEE ZS Corned Beef Hash
to member and guests in the\
clubhouse of the Woman'i Club
of Homeitead. I RICH AND CREAMYCHSCO lib can _..... 15c
Miss Mildred Mellon dlatrlct N
Ames
director, gave an account of the
recent convention of the federation 3-lb. can C Dromedary
held In Tallahassee and Dr.
Adele Hampton. president of theMiami
"DATE & NUT"BREAD
club and lUte representative 2b..
of International finance,spokeof PILLSBURY FLOUR 89cBLUE
the international federation a
with membership In 27 countriesand 1, 01Nd
of the ban on the club In *v PLATEMAYONNAISE

Italy Officer and Germany.Installed were: Mr*. can _.__..__ 15cCAMPBELL'S
Clna Stewart, president; Mrs. pt. jar Z5
Jane Nesbitt, first vice-president;
Mr*. J. W Hammett, second vice- .
Mrs. C. H. Steffanl, recording ( mfy ppyj. j. I
president secretary; Mrs. J. W. MRS. VINA ;; y'-I JEWEL LARD, 4 lb. pkg. ....oO._ 45c Tomato Soup
Gauzeiu, corresponding secretary;
and Mrs. Cha Clinton treasurer.Mrs. !
Flora D. Myers, retiring of green and gold, the B. P. W C.
ASSORTED
3 cans .. ._. 25c
a pin, and colon.
president wa given I 2 5
the visiting official were given Visitor present Included besides -' HEINZ SOUPS, 2 large cans C
baskets of crystallzed fruit the speakers: Dr and Mrs.)
FREE{ Cup and Saucer
Dr. H. S. Wolfe, Geo. M. Frick Wolfe, Mr. and Mn. Trick, Mr.,'
and Mr. Joseph Elder played and Mrs. Elder, Mrs. W M. Bradley ASSORTED FLAVORS with Sunbeam
'Angels' Serenade" and Grle,'* Mrs. A. C. Easton, Mrs Hdr.jold '
"I Love Thee". Mrs. Lloyd Delta Sheffield. Mrs. Roy Chandler, ROYAL GELATIN, 3 pkgs. ... 14c
sang Annie Mayhew FItzpatrick', Mrs. Delta Mr. Virgil D. Lyon,I Malted Milk
"June" and Longstrafe' "Auld Mrs. R. G. Newcomb, Mrs. Dave
Nest1. i KufcMt, and Mrs. Anna C. Mes- CORN FLAKES KEL3 pkg's ::16
Tables for the dinner. were ar-j sersmilh. I II I lib. can ._ .. 29c

LOCAL 0. E. S. CHAPTER TO CELEBRATE '1
I Maxwell House Palm Olive "Jersey" Whole Grain
I ITS SILVER ANNIVERSARY TONIGHT


Ad Astra Chapter- of the Orderof I II Coffee Soap Tomato Rice

the Eastern Star will celebrate PLUMBING Catsup
the twenty-fifth anniversary of I
Its founding tonight
Past matron of the chapter will As You Like It 13
give a resume of the chapter's 2 lb. can .5ac cakes .l9c 14 oz.bot.12c 5 Ibs. "v.. l8c
work,and Dr.H.S. Wolfe and Mr*. e eRe
Joseph Elder will provide the
program musi,' chairman.Mrs. Sam J. Davis Is I E. ReedRedlaad Home Grown FREE! Ham Sandwiches All Day

Prominent members of the order Sweet Potatoes
from Miami and past officers of I" RA, Just South of r ,, CUDANYrS
the c.' r'cr are expected to at- Coconut Palm Drive }
tend. ; 5 Ibs. . . 17c per lb. Astor Xro&11w r29c
,:
Mang TENDER as'a atw ..acts,
YELLOW

ONIONS

"GOLD COIN"BREAKFAST

3 Ibs. .. _. 14c BACON
per lb..29c
"GREEN TOp"CARROTS

"Sunlight" Roll Butter, lb. .:. 31c
I I

2 bunches..15c I WESTERN

ICEBERG CHUCK ROAST, lb. ...... _25c

LETTUCE FRESH KILLED HENS & FRYERS
I
1g. head u u.. IQc

The Carey Roofing and Shingle which we GOLDEN RIPEBANANAS WALKER'S YARD EGGS, doz. _.37c

tell art time tested and proven. They art

mad In the ,"",ld'* largest roofing plant by Dried Baby Lima Beans, 3 Ibs. .. 19c

a manufacturer who hat bet a leader la the 3 Ibs u.__._ 13c

industry for over 60 jrcara. WINESAP DOMICOPEANUTBUTTER !

We can supply the right roof for any purpose, 1 Ib. jar .. 12c
and :youll find our prices most attractive. APPLES I

I 5 Ibs. _u u 25c CORN OR PEAS 2 No. 2 cans. ., 19c I II
BROOKER LUMBER CO.

I Telephone 62 Homestead Fla. ""Tany.Jlo"U -I
"8e slot It Whip' *"

Dog Food r .) Ger'bers I

} SIr."'_PHil CANS Milnut

1 Ib. can n VARIETIES
t SHINGLES FOR BABY Z5c
ROOFINGS 19c
3
3 cans. 25c U J J cans.

STANDARD FOR OVER 6O YEARS .
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