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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 10, 1938
Publication Date: -1941
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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
lccn - sn 95047482
System ID: UF00087294:00178
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Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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THE LEiJjEn..ENTERPRISE Ii




VOLUME XXVI-NO. 23 HOMESTEAD, }o'LORIDAJRIDAY. JUNE 10, lUaH PJlClnv CENTS !, ,I






Conviction Growing That











McCall Is Lone KidnaperAFTER






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KIDNAP Co-operation Greatest Ever of South Received Dade, Says Citizens HooverThe : ALL ACTION IN PLOT WITHIN




SPENT NIGHT following letter from J. Edgar Hoover, director ot the MILE OF HOUSE OCCUPIED BY

Bureau of Investigation of the U.-8. Department of Justice was
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received several days ago by Preston B. Bird of Homestead, who

woe active In directing the organisation of the searching posed
WITHCASHES
and assignment of search areas during the Cash kidnap hunt CONFESSED RANSOMTAKERYouth ]

I "I could not watt until the termination of the Investigation in
the Cash kldnaplitg ease to express my thanks te the good citizens
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I' of your community who have so unselfishly assisted and aided in ,
Cold Blooded Cunning Displayed In this present problem which we are facing."I I Who Owned No Car' man, admitted yesterday in MI-

by Intimate can truthfully say that I have received from no other community Could Have Carried ami. He explained that I the terrain -
In the country In any ease which this bureap has ever Out Crime Afoot was such that the body could
: "Friend of Family"Franklin handled the degree of ee-operatlon, enthusiasm, and loyal assistance eerily have been overlook .1
..-. I have received here. Several possemen who wed ..mler-
Pierce McCall who "My only regret la that I am unable to personally shake the FIVE HOUSES NEAR over the borders of their ...-
hand of each of the men wh have helped us ltn ear work and say WHERE RANSOM HID signed areas, found out Mot, the
shortly after midnight Wednesdayled to them Individually that I want to thank them from the bottom area directly east of Prlnct ton' md
authorities to the decomposed of my heart for their fine help and support ,
vicinity was G-man it. nlol'V.
body of Skeegle Cash after confessing "I know that when this case Is solved, Its solution will have $10,000 Paid Almost Di- Several were asked politely to
been brought about by the munificent spirit of the people In this rectly in front of Home
he wrote and delivered clear out, and one man WBw.irn-
community In working shoulder to shoulder with our men. We
/ the ransom demand notes and col-! are proud to have been able to work with such a fine group of of Prisoner ed pointedly.I
Deputy Sheriff Frank Irwin
citizens.
lected the ransom money, was "al-
"With the of and highest The spot where.the baby's remains said yesterday, however that lasthroeder
expression my very best. regards es.teem -
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jno na itJthe/ainlly.1 $ .
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? I I am were found is ninetenthsof Sunday and Trite S. ,
the Cashes. *8lnoerelr, r a posse leader'and memtx or the
Taking advantage of this fact,I "J. EDGAR HOOVER. Director". a mile from the home from chosen few who worked nn ..iftvr

the 21-year-old Princeton youth I which it was abducted on the Thursday of last week wee, \\ II hill
night of May 28. By. coinci- 50 feet oUhe spot where UK body i
had the cunning and the cold- Resumption of Inquest Saturday May
dence it Is the same distance from was found, but saw nothing and
bloodedness to stay at the homeof Be Postponed Grand Jury Order IssuedA the home of Franklin Pierce Mc smelled no odor. They h id <>m>
a member of the Cash family ; to the glade end of the d> id and
before and after the kidnaping ol Call, confessed ransom note writer road to Investigate some bund.

the child on the night of Saturday,' and ransom collector who led officers seen quite a distance to the cast,
coroner"s jury assembled by after? Inspection returned to Inform -
May 28. to the body shortly after mid- over the glade.
I the father that such Identification
Justice of the Peace S. L. Kendrick -
It was learned on good author- was Impossible. night yesterday morning Several questions hay< risen
by the Leader-En- of Homestead at 10 a. m. in discussion of the delayed findingof
B. Cash
ity yesterday Cash The route from the J.
I Mr. In low voice calmer
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terprise that McCall was at the yesterday, viewed the kidnap vic- back yard Is east on Coconut Palm the child's body, but thr final
that the Is
now uncertainty over,
home of Mr. and Mrs. Hal Mc- tim's remains at Turner Funeral replied that he was satisfied with_drive to Bayvlew road (Nacarene conclusion has been that the results -

Laughlin, son-in-law and daughterof Home, visited the spot where the the evidence of the sleeping church corner), south on Bayviewroad obtained leave no rfimbt .is
Wilson P. Cash, uncle of the kid- to an unnamed wagon rood to the efficiency and thoroughness
nap victim, until B o'clock that body was found and adjournedafter ment .ro\\ which deadends a little over threetenths of the FBI or Sheriff Colcmun's
evening and returned at S a. m. tentatively setting 2 p m. No finding as to how the c ot a mile east of Bayvlew office.
ostensibly to spend the rest of the tomorrow for resumption of the was murdered was possible duel road in a glade. The rock fence In which the
hours with hit friendsIn to the advanced state of decom $10,000 ransom was found is Just
pre-dawn : Inquest Into the death of James The body, little more than a
their time of family distress. position, although Dr. T. O. Otto skeleton was found at the foot of a little over three-tenth of I
Jr.
Bailey Cash of Miami, who accompanied Hoover mile east of the federal
The McLaughlin home is at the a lone pine-the last one before highwayon
southeast corner of Coconut Palm This time may be changed by Coleman, Worley and other : the beginning of the glade-In a Sunset drive, which enters the
drive and the federal highway, a further developments In the case, officers to recover the body, said : thick, but not impenetrable clump highway at the northern edge of
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little more than one hundred feet Mr. Kendrick said yesterday af- that there was no evidence of of palmettos about fifty feet to the the C. E. Eichenbergef residence
from the J. B. Cash home, from' ternoon.On bone fractures. He said death south of the terminus of the dirt seven-tenths of a mile north of

which the -year-old. boy was the jury are Oed. H. Cooper, could have been by strangulationor I road. Naranja railroad station.It .
taken between 935 and 10:15/ p.! foreman E. A. Holland, E. B. suffocation, of course, but there From the McCall house to where is not a deserted section Five

m. Saturday May 28. Smith, John L. Murray, C. C. Jack- could be no definite evidence. the slain boy was found the route houses are In the Immediate
McCall borrowed' Mclaughlin's I Ion and 1''(. t. Chambers. All are The child's body was broughtto li south on Tallahassee road to neighborhood. On the property
car next morning to "go look resident of the Princeton area Turner's Funeral Home at 3:30: Sunset drive, east on Sunset to protected by the fence, Is the residence -
around a bit". Monday morninghe and were active In the work of yesterday morning at the low voice Bayvlew road, and north on Bay- ot its owner John Chambers -
> went to' the home of Wilson searching lot the child and kit ab- ed wish of the father after he had view three-tenths of a mile to the who has lived there since
Cash and asked Mrs. Cash if he ductors.At been Informed of the recovery I wagon road. 1(10 and has raised a family among
could borrow her car and a gun 130 yesterday jrfterneon J. Mrs. Cash is said to be prostrated, McCall had nO car, and delivery' whom Is C. A. Chamber..., Owner
to 'Investigate a car he saw going B. Cash, father of the dead child and the family's wish Is for I pri- Of the ransom note at the shack of of the school bus garage at Princeton -
down side road* She com came to Turner Funeral Home vate funeral attended only by :the negro, John Emanuel at least I which was headquarters of
.". plied with his request. and he re- accompanied by his brother Wil- members of the family. Consequently i, known to have been made by s the searching posses.A .
turned the car and the gun to her son, to make formal Identification no announcement of funeral :man afoot It is said that while I little more than a tenth of e
In about 20 minutes' saying the of the remains before Stuart Arrangements has been made. :authorities are holding two other 1 mile west of the cache I I. the homeof

car had drtvcri! array at his ap K Smith, Inmtltator! tor the At the request of State's: Attorney Princeton men for questioning Joe Milliard father-in-law of
proach.In state's attorney, Constable Joe Worley In Miami yesterday the conviction Is growing In etfllal McCall confessed collector of the
Ills guise as close friend ot Scarborough of Homestead, Sergeant Circuit Judge Arthur domes drew < circlet that McCall plannedand raasom. Adjoining Milliard's
the family, McCall Is said to have C. O. Huttoe, detective In a venire of grandjurymen returnable executed the entire kidnaping place on the east U that of W C.

been loud Irt telling what he would charge of the vice division of the Monday morning. From single-handed. Campbell.
do to the kidnapers If he could Miami police department. these 19 men will be selected to It has been pointed out that Mc- Opposite the John Chambers
meet up'Wlttt them. He wag One Mr. Cash was told It would not hear the f.ctlln the Cash kidnap Cell's activities could have been home if the residence ef Maxwell

of the first to volunteer for duty be necessary for him to view the ing case and return an indictment carried out from beginning to end I Realty., Diagonally across the
in the searching posse organized actual remains if he would limply against Franklin Pierce McCall on foot: and It has been establishedthat road, northwest of the niche, I II
t Wednesday morning of last week Identify the rose and white striped: confessed ransom note writer and be borrowed cars or trucki the? residence of F. M. Eason: .
i after FBI and county officer had pajamas, In which the remainswere ransom collector, and any others at various times iftet the due pi I The money was hidden lit the
... observed wishes of the Cash child's found clad, as those worn by who) may be involved by later developments pearanee of the boy. I unmortared stone fence, at the
i parents and held up all action for the child on the night of the kid j The spot where the kldnsped southwest corner of John Cham-
more than 14 hours after the ransom naping. He asked: McCall, even though be could boy's body was found was in an bers' five acre:grove. It was recovered -
had been paid In the hope that "Can you tell anything about prove he .only an accessory to I area net assigned to the civilian some time Tuesday Mr.
premise of the child's safe return the teeth?" the kidnap and murder subject searching parties, but held I Chambers thinks, as the first he
j would be keptMclaughlin The Official witnesses, led by to a possible death penalty for Investigation by FBI men kneW bout it was when<< FBI
Is manager ot the the undertaker and Mr. Smith. !recently enacted Florida kidnapi!and other law enforcement officers photographer were down Wed-

(Continued on Page four) filed Into the embalming room and t laws. J Edgar Hoover, head G- Continued on Page Four)







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e Two THE __LEADEn ENTERPRL$E Friday June 10, 1938


COUNCIL GRANTS emergencies." Mr. Rue said. H* Goulds Defeats Mrs. Dcden and Son Hurt CITRUS SOCIETY

etimaled the proposed new unit When Truck'Uits AutoMrs.

would cost about 175,000. including Brooker 6 to 8
and additional housing j FOR
CONSTRUCTIONPERMITS erection ADVERTISING
! Carl Deden and son, Carl
faculties. Of this amount
Wednesday Night Deden, Jr., wen painfttjly but not
I the PWA would make an outright !seriously Injured JaR Tuesday afternoon -
TO BE
t TO FIVE DISCUSSEDFormation
I grant of 49 per cent and take revenue when their automobile
certificate to cover a loan Taking the lead In the third I.
'was struck from the rear by a
for the balance of SS per cent overa I Inning, 1 to 1, In Wednesdaynight's
Building permit were grantedby ten-rear period at a low rate diamond bill Gouldi|truck that pulled out unexpectedly -, of a citrus horticultural
the Homestead city council at of Interest His recommendation game ( from a side road near Kendall society for educational and
defeated the Brooker Lumber Co. and forced them Into the ditch;;
Its meeting Monday night to W. that a fixed turn be set aside In ( I advertising purposes only will be
Y. Bush for a $3400 residence; to next year's budget for this team with a final score of ( to sIn The truck driver was a negro discussed at a meeting of citrus

J. U. Free, for a $1,400 addition to pose met with general a well played game. Hiner I Mrs. Deden and her son were I growers called for 8 p. m. next
his store; to the Homestead Nazarene pur-I taken immediately to University Wednesday June 15, In Redland
Councilman W. Hi Bird and Little of Goulds both acored
Church for remodeling to hospital in Coral Gables, where!i Farm Life School auditorium,
cost $2,000; to C. H. Lawrence, for authorized by resolution to act home runt, while the beat Brooker -I Mr. Deden is undergoing County Agent CII... H. Steffanl

repair to hit apartment house a* president of the council duringthe had to offer wa a two base hit ment announced this week.
absence from the city of Councilman -
costing $400; and to E. L. Lawrence Brooker. tre.t-I .
Brooker, who expect to by Mrs. Deden wa found E. F DeBusk citrus specialist

for repair costing $100. be under hospital care for the next Thomas, Brooker pitcher, struck I suffering from bruises and of the University of Florida agricultural

An application by Mr. C. W. three week after undergoing an out six men while Owens, Could ation a* well as from shock and extension service will

McEwen, local poultry raiser, for operation. I twirler, accounted for only three. the boy, who had been knocked I I I discuss the remits accomplishedby
a permit to build a $700 brooder Five men were ,given bases on I unconscious for a few minutes the Lake County Citrus Horticultural I

house on the premise of her residence Delegates Go to Young I ball by Thomas while Owen allowed was treated for I scalp wound and I I Society

on N. W. 14th street wit referred People's Assemblies free rides to 16. for severe bruise Both accident Ceo E. Merrlck developer of
to a committee for further victim were released after emergency Coral Gables, a monument to the
The and follow
score summary :
consideration when It was reported I treatment and they are now power of advertising, will talk on
that complaint had been filed Mlu Betty Richards of the ....b.. a e M so a a recovering at their home in this I"Advertising Redland District ti J

by neighbor Mrs. McEwen told Homestead Methodist Church is sawn kw 01 se a 1 / 1 f fRraaka. .. city. The automobile was badly Fruit." .
the council that the brooder house attending a* delegate the first sec 1- s a a a t damaged. I Especial attention will be givenin
lion of the eighth annual assemblyof K.TT. -' 4 1 e s a i the discussion
would outwardly have the appear- the Florida Methodist Th..r. If a a aKinard. open to the opportunities
ance of a small bungalow and young rf 4 e e a Future Farmers to Leave for advertising citrus i
people which meets in Winter .c. l.lllnaw I 0 0 e e
would be cleaned dally and keptIn :fruit of this section in Miami during i
Haven this week. Ik a e a 1 1 For Gainesville Monday
perfect sanitary condition. O. sunless of e t e t the winter season )
Next Monday a similar session C: *......, M a e'e a a e I called
The at
Plana to co-operate with the for' members It..... e a e .' meeting was the
will
younger openat Ceo. N. Wakefleld vocational
of enthusiastic local
National Youth Administration Infinding eases a 1 e e 4 e request growers
the tame place and to this assembly agriculture- instructor of Home who have learned about Lake
new project for Homestead TOTALI I* e '. tHlMT 1
Miss Betty Richard and (leased High SeheeL / B. Oma.- ComtyVaecornpluhiiw 4n these
diseusMd after B.
Nero \ Miss ttfie Booth will be vent as c... oil.. .. and Leon Chamblis, Future Mr. Steffanl said
Howard Brown, division directorin ('._5b II 1 respects
delegates. Miss Marjorie Moser, I .
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of 11 counties, had
charge) explained Fulure
also will attend. *. MRotortt. a 1 1 4 1 1 I CLUB TO SELL BLUEBERRIES
to the council the work ---- Lc..wI.. if e I I I I i aA.dwa. to leave. Monday morning U attend The Woman's Club of Home.te.d''
of the NYAaad outlined future
2-Week Swim School ... ab a 1 a s e a the. animal Future Farmermeeting It receiving .consignments of
program that would mean part u.a..eI 4 1 a' t eaOrw..so.4.n blueberries from North' Florida
at the of Flor-
Resins at Pool Jane 20 University
time employment in this commu- I i i-I I e'Ida in Gainesville from Tuesdaytill which will be on tale every Friday -
nity for a number of boy and ..a..on 4 1 e .
An aquatic school for novice Friday. J. B. Cloni nee b and Saturday during the season -
girl between the age of 1$ and 0 t I e I a t
and more advanced swimmers beginning applying for the Future Farmer at two' of the focal grocery
29. 1 TOTAL 94 8 T rr t| i
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Named by President Henry June 20 and scheduled to X-Hit far KlMi !. ttk.Hhwr degree. i tore*

Brooker, Jr. at a committee to last two week, will be conductedat I n-.bor 1 e 1 4 a 1 ..-., The other Future Farmers who THE WEATHER
work out a suitabel program with I the municipal pool under the 0-.. 1 e s a s e X--I,r hope to make the trip are Oscar f
Cloninger, Charles Minger, Leslie
auspice of the Work Pro.reuAdminbtr.Uon
Mr Brown were Councilmen Mor- T.o t... Aha Rr..Y.a b..w r.rt Cheshire, Harvey and Newton 0"...., ........ n..rt ml Ik* ribtrylnl
I Jay
H. Clinton King, Link; **t* on .bans off I Tkoau*
ris, Thomas X. Klrbyr and W. R. .. ......_ at.u.w. nonowee.a, FIon4..
I .
pool manager announced this Ofrot It; itniet wit kjr I TAO. : and Jack Sullivan,
Bird. ...
0. tU.rlnat
week.; IMehni u* La..... The Homestead chapter will DM* I Ya..l ..) l.r | ../.
Acting recommendation by !
on a Intensive training under the enter a team In the stock Judgingand JuneJune S 89 I 69 29.89! 21
City Attorney Ira C. Haycock the and swimming contest 4 i I 9J I 88 130.031 .81
directions of swimming diving Social Welfare Office
council agreed to set aside the
June I 8S I 168 !
first and third Tuesdays of each experts carefully selected ..ndemPIO'ld Hours to Be ChangedThe Broward County, Florida. 1* the June I 83 I 168 30.08| It

month for the examination of the I! by the WPA will feature leading .trln,.bean county In the June' I 92 I 188 130.081 14
school which invites
the everyone -
city book by persons not connected interested to attend and office hours of Mrs. Evelyn United State, according to Census June 8 .1! 90 | 64 |130.071| .21

with the local administration. I'I free instruction. The W. Sanders at the Social Welfare Bureau reports June II : 88 I 188 130.101| 04
receive
to search the ---- -
Applications
record must be filed In writing last day of the program will be office In the McCrory arcade from are 9 '" ." ,,,.. .. ". ." ,,.,,,, .., '" " '" ,,, ,
to be changed temporarily
and state what specific book are 'carnival.featured by Mr.a King water said.pageant and to 2 on Tuesdays and Fridays to OPEN FOR THE SUMMER

to be examined. motion was 9 to 12. This will permit Mn
: I I King left
passed to avoid Manager Wednesdayfor divide her time equally
Sanders to The REd lands Cafeopposite
sment of the city IMoffice Camp Carolina, Brevard, N. office work and fieldwork
under the state law which permit C., where he will take a course between ( F. E. C. Depot)

any citizen to examine public of specialized training under Red'' I Under management ef Miss Ruth Steffanl and Mrs. Florence
record at will.Councilman |I Crosse rule to qualify him for a Through the NVA program Miss KercadoREGVLAR
senior life saving certificate. Mary Bradley la now .
Rue read letter
a DINNER 50c PLATE LUNCH ISo
Transportation has been provided Mrs. Sanders In the .bun'l
from William of In
Sydow Miami.
CHICKEN DINNER 75e STEAK .
DINNER 1
f 00
which the city' consulting engineer by' the Red Cross and tuition expenses office and assisting Miss Virginia in both the ..'" .. .. .. ... '
is
stressed the advisability ofHnme.tead' have been underwritten Gould
applying now for a by the Homestead Rotary Club. Homestead and Perrlne offices I ,

PWA project to Install a third I IDerel 1
engine in the municipal'!, _

power plant. Mr. Rue estimatedthat

the present power system .

might carry the load for another 6 V CHBRE '
year but, at the precept rate of

growth, demand for current would;| COATING
exceed capacity beyond that

iod. r.1
'Last winter we had to put

engines Into service for several I

hour daily and we had no provision
for breakdown or other,

I

I More Service
Redland Brand
DR. B. E. GATLIN i iI

I I from Old Felt Roofs

X-Ray and

General Dentistry FertilizersFor \ A /HOI your old fer roof start to show Ms oge

V Y renew h .,. with Corey Asbestos Fibre Coating.

Office Been: I a. m. to I p. m.Swdar I
this tested imrterla' b far mar ihon a paint The Ight
.y araelntsaealRMBMI I
Citrus Avocados and Limes ell penetrate tie body of the roof. thoroughly wote*
Office IS. .... 151-. ;
ReaMttea4.ru. proofing tie ..... The heavy eta fid any crock* forming

I o wear resitting surface which Is reinforced with genuine' )
Fertilizers for Dade County Groves
;
1!I asbestos fibre One gallon coven about 50 square feel

Carey fare Coating II oho fine for old fueled. .

STEBBINSKegteterei Da. & r. Made by a Home Concern r- holed metal roof Oet our low price en mil roof renewer. _


Optometrist BROOKER LUMBER COMPANY

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Practice .. Ileaeateatl Telephone 62 Homestead Fla. i
McCrory Room I Arcade and 7 Florida East Coast Fertilizer Co. iI


Hours: FRANK B.RUE.MGR. (

Saturday-- to 10 p. m.IJii I 1 a
MAIN OFFICE MFRS. RED LAND BRAND FERTILIZER
W. rtagler Miami. IU.rbeaeet .
S-tllV-4-71U HOMESTEAD FLA. I COATING PRODUCTS

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Friday, June 10, 1938 THE LEADE&ENTERPR1SE Paw Three

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ERUM Mn. J. G. Wynn will leave Saturday I counselor at Camp Elkior at day to visit relative In Aurora

for Lakeland where she will I Winchester Tenn., this summer. III, and Memphis. Tenn.
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attend Florida Southern College -

In and AroundHomeslead during the summer. I Mrs. J. L. Burton's mother<< ..... Little Gloria Silverman underwent ..

M. M. Massey of Cotumbwa, OU., an operation In a Miami
Principal and Mn. J. A. Ren- arrived Monday for a two-week Beech hospital last week and I*

winkel and children will leave visit at the Burton home. reported to be recovering satis*

about June IS for a visit of several tactorlly.

I weeks with relatives aiM John Frederick, Rudolph Ooes-
friends In North Florida and South man, and Roy Wood will attend Miss Verna Arnold of Hobe
i Georgia. the University of Florida at Sound la a guest at the home of

Gainesville this summer. Mr. and Mrs Potts Schroeder.Mr. .
The Rev. J. J. Richards, paste Mr. and Mrs. Geo. W. Smith and
Mn. Ruth Russell and Mn. Margaret -
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of the Homestead Methodist'two of their sorts Wade and Hubert Daniel of the Redland school and Mrs. Horace Pierce ot

Church and Mrs. Richard left will leave Wednesday for faculty will attend the University FLORIDA. CITY Orlando and their daughter, Reba
foe Lakeland Tuesday to attend, their summer borne in Winston of Florida this summer. Mrs e/. W. *..,. Correspondent vlaHed Mrs. Pierce'i parent, Mr.

, the fifty-ninth annual session c f Salem N. C. Their other IOn, and Mrs. J. W. Miller from Sunday -

I'' the Florida M. E. Church South. Lester, who has been attend Mr. and Mn. Dan Williams have Milk Alene Vercoe U attendingthe till Tuesday. Reba remained

Their daughter, Jamie is vliltln g the University of Kentucky a t gone to their summer home in University of North Carolinaat with her grandparents for a abort

friends in Arcadia. Lexington will Join them there. Clarkesville Pa. They left bj Chapel Hill from which she will visit,

Their daughter, Miss Evelyn, wh, automobile on June 2. be graduated on Aug. II
I Mn. Frank Skill who has beenvisiting returned two weeks ago tram --s. Mr. and Mrs. V. O. Rohrer, Mr.

j her sister, Mrs. J. T. Rural Hall. N. C., has returned Mn. J. C. Shelton of Pedernal, Mr.;and Msa. Ronald Shores returned and Mrs. W. W. Severe and daughters -

White In Washington, D. C., several to North Carolina for summer N. Hex. who arrived Feb. 22 fora Monday from Wonewoc, MUfred and Warren.. and

weeks and her daughter Mill school visit with Mr. and Mn. O. B. Wis. where they were called by Catherine Rohrer, motored to

1 Elizabeth, who has been attendIng Parker left for her ranch on the illness and death of Mr. Key West Sunday.
, the University of Maryland, Mr. and Mn. H. P. McDanielplan June 2. Mrs. Shelton, whose health Shores' father.
eight miles from Washington, returned to leave today for a trip which Improved much during her stay Mrs. M. Becker ls visiting her

to Homestead Friday nlghl will include a visit with Mr. Me. here, plans to return next Jan Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Langham daughter, Miss Isabel Becker, in

Frank Skill Jr.. who is at school Daniel's mother In Dublin, Ga, uary if possible.! and children moved to the Scott Miami this week.O.
and one with Mn. McDanlel cottage on Avenue B Monday.Mr. .
in Vineland, N. J., spent Several Cloninger and son, J. B. Clon-
weeks with Mrs. Skill and Mn mother In Lavonla, Ga. Their! Mn. R. H. Done U spending thee and M--; : : returned Saturday from a
Carpenter of inger
White In Washington and at the son, Pierre, Jr., will attend th week In Miami with her son-in-law
Homestead moved to the Chapman two-week stay in Adel, Ga.
C. M. T. at Fort Screven.Mr. .
White camp on the Potomac in camp and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Lewis
Thirteenth street Sat
cottage on
Virginia. Miss Skill plansleave to T. Kissam, and their baby daughter Word has been received that
and Mn. O. S. Beverly ot urday
Sunday for the summer their Bert Barbara Lew. :-.- Mrs. S. S. Shields, who la visiting
St. Augustine and son, ,
the of FlorIda J. Doxsee relatives in Detroit, will visit relatives -
school at University Mrs. F. and daughers,
of Mr.
to visit at the home
stopped Mrs. W. H. Souls and ,
In Gainesville. Shirley Dean and Joanne left Fri In Toronto Canada, alao.BUILD .
and Mn. J. E. Gauzena Monday Miss Nella, are visiting

Howard Johnson' brother, W. when they came through Homestead In Daytona Beach. daU'hter'j
on the way home from a tripto ]
Jacksonville and
L. Johnson of ,
Key West Other recent guest Vernon Turner,
his sisters Mrs. C. E. Brlnson and
,
at the Cauiens' were the member versity student, will leave tomorrow
Miss Olga Johnson of Fort Lau-
of the senior class of HastingsHigh to take a summer course at
derdale spent the week-end at
School and the principal of the university after a one-week
the Johnson home on Krome ave
the school who likewise were makIng visit at his home here.
nue. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Johnson
accompanied the visitors to a trip to Key West Miss Lou Belle Grennell who ii

Fort Lauderdale and spent two Mrs. C. T. Harper and daughterMiss taking a course for nurses at the

day with them there. Cecelia, will leave Wednesday Jackson Memorial hospital in Miami -

for a two-month vacation tripto returned Wednesday to spend
Henry Brooker, Jr., underwent Alexandria Norfolk and Gloucester her vacation at her home here.
an operation at Jackson Memorial .
hospital Wednesday. His condition Va. They plan to visit Mrs. Margaret;: Maynard will 1
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Lewis at
wai reported to be somewhat im- take work at the University of
Charleston their to Virglnia.
on
proved last night way Florida this summer IN LUXURIOUS NEW ZEFRTR RUSES
LOWEST r ARES- CHOICE OF ROUTES
Miss Bertha Nil Hausman left Miss Leola Little: has gone to 98009b ..rca I. yes, 1-40 to .assts. t..nBe" -
Tuesday for a vacation trip Mr. and Mn. W. D. Mahan wholeft Camp Roosevelt In Deals to take as Fb.ide ;son. L..a' lee M.-1. 0" 4"To. tsaq.,
two weeks ago are now enJoying I- .w eo a ew..I N toe et Ui sw9m ewe of drivW
through England, Belgium and a three-month commercial course 5A.a. I
Holland with her'cousins, Mr. and life on an 800-acre wheatfarm offered by the National Youth Ad- Jacksonville e $11.71 Miami a.e.Tooa

Mrs. E. S. Shelry of Istanbul, near Nokomis, Okla. mlnlstrstlon. Mini Dottie Horne Key West 9.66 New York III*

Turkey, and if time permits, she Mn. Virginia- -Edwards, MnWlllard will take a beauty culture course BUS STATION; Redland Hotel Mowry St,

will go home with them for a visit Fifleld Mrs. J. R. Rut- at the same school and Flatter Ave. Homestead. Florida

at their home in Turkey. In that,land and Miss Eula Ray of the Joe M. Burton. Emory University
I case she will stop In Vienna and .
taking
Homestead school
faculty are
la spending a ten-day
student,
Budapest on the way there and
I courses at the University of vacation with his parents Mr. and
the Mediterranean
come back through -
Miami this summer Mn. J. L. Burton. He will be a
Sea. She made the trip

I as far as Jacksonville with her I Mn. A. -Arthur.: her son

f parents, Dr. and Mrs. Frank Haul- Billy, and her daughter Miss Mary

'man, who will visit relatives and Frances, have gone to visit relatives -
friends In Tuscaloosa, Ala., for I in Delaware. NEWT G. BALL

month. Mn. W. L. Rosamond -
accompanied the party as far ai Miss Alta Vann and Miss Louie NOTARY PCBIJC

West Palm' Beach. Long Fitzpatrick will attend summer -
school at the Florida State
Miss Alta Webster left Saturday College for Women. at Tallahassee Fire Insurance and

:with Mr. and Mrs. Theo J. Skier thla summer. Kindred Lines
for Nashville to visit Miss Hen-
Home- Mn. N. M. Appllng a slster-ln- 1
rlette Hartman a former
law of Mrs. Frank Hausman, who
who from
stead girl U graduating
has been spending the season in SS N. Krome Are.Tk .
Nashville High School. After a
Miami Miss Elizabeth
.week in Nashville Miss Webster Guerneyand
will visit for a few days with Mr. Frank Hausman Jr., will stayIn
home of Mr. and C.i
the Mn.
and Mrs. L. B. Sommers at Camp I NOTICII
Cloudmpnt then go to Atlanta to H. Rice this summer while Mr. and .nitt.l iwrthi .! IM _kllol4Ho
Mn. Rice and their two takes I FLORIDA EAST: COAST FEH-
Join Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sheldon sons TILa.... CO. will k k.14 .t UM ,..... t.H. .
and go with them for a two-week vacation trip through the West: >_.*... Fiorina. at I r. ... on TIM-.I
at their and Canada after a visit in Tus- der. J... U. Ism
stay summer camp in 1'O.' W.IIM' M.dy. P..ld"l,
I Lakemont, Ca. caloosa, Ala. A. D. ,.. .. ... sad T_ WITH
.:-- (May 27, Iv. .. 10. lease.1
Mr. and Mrs. D. R. Snyder have H. L. Cook Ic.'t yesterday for his

been entertaining this week Coach summer borne near Winston-Sa-
lem. N. C. where he plans to remain -
Sprankle of Kingsport, Tenn.,
I Mrs! Sprankle and their two, for three months, He will G&L OUR LUMBER ,
be the of
children who are touring the Joined tint August by
state. i Mn. Richard Huff, Richard Huff, I
I Jr., Mrs. W. J. Clarke, Miss Ellen ROOFING CO.
Mr. and Mrs. Bevo Webb and I' Huff and Billy Clark. BUILD with our Lumber It'sthe

Mrs. Webb's brother John Whlch-, I safest and the cheapest in the long
ard left Friday for Johns. Manville

Miss, where Mrs. Hattle.bur"I run. Strong, sturdy timber makes h
Let.VsRejuvenate
Whichard will visit Bonded Roofers

Webb win go on to Springs strong support for your homeyourwalls
Ark. Mr. Whichard plans to be
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SHEET METAL CXAFT8MENMMchMmn :
away two weeks and Mr. and Mrs. your floors-your beams-and

Webb plan to be away about two I Your Car
months.DRJI.A.BERGER. I of too ftmfm elsewhere where. quality wood is need

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Body, Fender Repairs HEATER,

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THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE MIAMI! GROCERS Free Summer-grams Are OfferedBy m 11I11I11I11I11I11I II 11I111I11I111I11I11I 1111I8 ;


p.blt.W S'rwere M x..wr..A. n.ws..s..i..4.r.o.i.sc. .! Florida Power & Light Company
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SPEAK ON PLANTOCURBTIIEFTS 20 Years Ago
.;11 AaCass ,. __" ._ J41.... .- ----
.JOall ('. A1C.RA..LM .1 Floridians who last year mailed here around know hew pl.....
11.4 .....
a 1 nearly 200.000 picture Invitation ant it la In the summertime *l

.._ a. sesad else _, __I urging out .f stole' residentsto well but that story has been keptto IiIIIIIIiII IIIHIIIIIiIiIIIitIIIIIIIIIIIII lllq
Nana a. tole. K e:1: spend their lummer vacationsIn ourselves to a great, degree. We The /.1M.t..e k..e ,Hoe ,se.
::
...+ +. vane., Official of the Dade County ourselvesand UUa ... rue W Seam."
Soma. .. ars.sUSacatprtoN. Florida will have an opportunity must spread that news a.i..rry..ssbll.b.a slow It. IIIL
I Independent Grocers Association, to build slimmer tourist| buslnesi the summer-gram card are tt. a..U rUM. BwiMr n2Ort
NICK |I4' A Tit. representing about 150 retail stores the mm way this year, flojr: Ideal medium" Mw1-d If, |UI, Vote U* KM*.

In the Greater Miami iraa, were Chandler, local manager for the Supporting the campaign will -
SPENDSNIGHT guest of the Redland District Florida Power' Light/ Company be a aeries of newspaper advertise- June f, till

Chamber of Commerce at a menvbenhlp Mid yesterday la announcing that menu, rehearsing some of Flor _"Mr. and Mrs. Chaa. Gorman ,

(Continued From Pae One) I meeting Wednesday night his company would lain distribute -' ida's summertime advantages and entertained a few friend with a 'C,

W. P. Cash service station at the Expressing their keen desire to summer-gram card urging customers to avail them. musical at their home at Silver 110

northeast corner of Coconut Palm aid local producer of fruit and An entirely new series of pictures -I selves of the opportunity of Increasing Palm Thursday evening In honor (. ,

drive and the federal highway, adjoining -] vegetables In curbing by Uglsla. U being used on the cards summer tourist business of their ton Jesse E. Cowman
the service station lunch lion, rigidly enforced, the growing this year, said Mr. Chandler, who In their communities. who 1* at home for a few days

lto,nd. grocery store and residenceof fruit theft evil were H. A. Gllla.pl. .- aim pointed out that the new cards from Camp Sevier, S. C. Those

J. B. Cash. It wa at the W. ., president J. H. Brcwertonsecretary are of regulation post card lire In Homestead School News present besides Mr. and Mrs. ,
and C. K Wiggins a Chas Gorman and their son and
P. Cjuli station about midnight black and green. These pictures TNElJ.A..AVU \
Monday following the kidnaping director of the association. Theyl; I depict some of the scenic attractions .......- daughter, Clifton and Lucille, were)
that MvCal pretended to find the were Introduced by Dr. Lloyd C. of Florid and carry strong Mn. Lucy Warner Jordan and son,,
third ransom note as he waited Shanklln of Florida City. Invitation appeal. Space I* provided HONOR ROLL FOB MAY Cyrus, Mr. and Mr*. A. H. Rum-

fur three gallons of gasoline to be Each of the guest spoke at some on the back for a personal Twelfth grade high Marjorie mell Mr. and Mn. E. R. David,

put Into the pickup truck he hat length on different phases of theIltu.tlon. menage. Moer, Mary Elizabeth Kyle. Nells the Rev. and Mn. W. J. Barton,
and said their business Mr. and Mr Adolph Cowman "
borrowed from his father-in-law, ,
The local office of the Florida Souls, Eugene Scharr, Peggy
Intended to do all In It Mr. and Mn. Walter Cowman
Joe Milliard, respected produce group ,
Coalman
Power ft Light Company has re- Allen title Booth, Norm
to Insure the Jesse E. Gossman and Mlas Artie
dealer < t Princeton. power passage by
> ceived large supply of the cards Cecelia Harper. WWard Nor.
Miami city commission of the Ingram. Jesse Is now stationed
Thom wa the note left shortly proposed and they are now available for man, Alto Webster; low, Dorothy
licensing ordinance, whicl at Camp Sevler, Adolph U at the
his distribution. Horne, Frances Lett, Marjorie
after J. B. Cash had made un- Customers of the
was endorsed by the chamber of naval station at Miami and Walter.
uwetaful attempt at a 10 p. mMonday company may address the card Redd, Mowley Sever, Ellen Vann,
commerce here two week ego. will enlist In I few day, so Mrs. ,
( ) ransom contact a* at the company office add a Mary Adams, Nina Pearl Bush '
The ordinance Is drawn to pro- per-I Gossman feels that she has done
ordered In the notes found Sat sonal menage and, If the cards Iva D'ILEleventh
tect legitimate vendor of fruit and her bit, having given three ton
urday night after disappearanceof mailed there, the company will grade'high, EdnaBooth "
grove produce who the for service
the boy. This third note aald posesss pay the postage. Madge Thompson, Lucille
credentials, well I
proper as as grove -"Marlow Jacobsen of
formerly
the contact had failed becauw Florida's appeal ai a summer West; low, Elizabeth Mcllwaln,
and} reputable Miami
owners merchants Homestead but who la stationed
there were too many people around Rue, Marcia Cauzeni now
vacation state has been largely, Harvey ,
but will Inflict
severe penalties at Hampton, Va. where he ,
and advised Cash to "try again overlooked by residents until re Howard Lamb. i
upon Itinerant peddler who .j la learning to be an aviator, U in "
about four" 1
cent Mr. Chandler said. Although
cannot produce a license or explain yean Tenth grade high, Elwin Miami now on a two-week fur
McCull and his wife and member same communities have Mildred Howard
where their fruit came from when Cooper, Field lough. He likes his work ,
of the Cash family went flan- questioned by Miami policemenand maintained annual campaign West, Constance Scherr, Eunice I and hopes to be numbered verymuch
Ing together, visited together and sheriffs deputies. attract summer visitors, the Walker; low, W. D. Lott. Jud, *
the at early date
101. among flyer an
generally were Intimate. Until Upon the suggestion of O B. mer-gram campaign I* the Piche, Mary F. Arthur, Herbert'
April tIe McCall lived In an Parker, vice-president, who presided Important state-wide effort Booth, Henry Dodaon, Margaret' -"On Friday evening, May il,
apartment of the J. B. Cash livingqu In the absence of President build this summer bualnaai. Field Rachael Cowman. I the townspeople of Florida City
,rto!.,. back of and over the W. Lost year1 campaign was given gave a very delightful surprise
George Turner growers' Ninth France
a committee grade high, :
to Mr A. C. Craw the
party ,
lunch room and McCal widespread support not only by
grocery will devise I bill of sale and Lamb, Jamie Richards; low Preston -
had often played with the Cash Identification card be resident but also by newspaper occasion being 'her ateenth birth-
an to distributed Bird, Edwin Booth, Virginia
buy It i* said. U bona tide radio stations, biulneu and commercial I I do). About thirty were presentand
grower or Kinner, Jay Newton Elbert WestEighth
McCuU Is a son of the late Rev. producers. Dr. Shanklln institutions, civic clubs served delightful refresh
F P. McCall who was pastor or was and civic .leaden with the result grade high, Alice ment. Came were played and
authorized to draft the
committeeand
Princeton! Nazarene Church from the forms for that a considerable impetus to the I I Reithmaler, Either Rucker, Doris Stories told until a late hour.."
prepare approval
1833 until the summer of 1933| .t the next chamber meeting. lummer business was noted. It Thompson, Kathleen Freeman, I-"A wire was received on Sunday -
Jo Close Edna i
when" he and his wife returns The card not only will protect la anticipated that this| year the i'Mary:I Mary L. Pierce, Forte; low, saying that Chas. B. Colby,

to their farm near jasper Florida. the vendor but also the Miami campaign, with a year of momentum 1 I Geneva Vann. Evelyn Sykes, Jr.. Co B 43rd Engineers, had arrived
The aim stayed In Princeton wherehe merchant to whom he la offering behind it, will be even safely 'over there'. "
has worked In the cropping "'.1 his load of produce, a* the proposed effective. III"'j I Seventh grade high, Fred -"Mr. and Mn. J. L. Ishmaal
sons as a grader of tomatoes amipulaUm. ordinance backed by the We have plenty of summer- i Hobart, Dorothy Moon, Athley moved In Wednesday to Miami."

He hal also been employed -I groeerymen make the buyer gram card available," laid Kemp, Hilda Dodson, Elizabeth, -"We are glad to welcome Mr.

by the state road department equally liable if caught with stolen .)Chandler, "and we urge our Mr'j I Buck, Frances Rutland, Mavl and Mrs. Cha Cox In our little

on road building Job at fruit, Mr, Glllesple said.CONFESSES. tomen to come In and address I'Watts, Carl Alexander; low, Ruth town of Princeton." (Princeton).
Dunla. them. Everyone: knows how delightful Peterson Katherine Rohrer, Dorothy
I
On Jan. 9. 193, he married I I Florida really Is In .wintertlme. Sullivan, Loll fierce. Melton, Ida Mlnger.

Claudine Evelyn Milliard. Since Those of us who .. Sixth grade high, Sue Move, Third grade .high, Winifred
April they have lived In the Lambert Esther Knight, Shirley. Smith Eugene Danzey; low, Harvey Dodaon Ruth
cottage on Tallahassee road, rOphtlnued From; Page One) I Psychology Class Now.1..1' Lott, Aida Connor, Clarice Rutland, Barbara Jean Smith, ,
a short distance north of Sunset deadly taking picture of the hole Meets Two Days a W Dodaon. Barbara Wakefield. jl
made of the tone .
drive.It by dislodging *
fifth.grade high, Margaret Second grade high Betty R
was the third ransom not Just two-tenth of a mile east The child psychology claaa apoi- Booth Elizabeth Peterson, Virginia Schauberger, Geraldine Shepard
that spelled doom for M 'C.U. of the ransom hiding place Sunaet pored by the Homestead P.-T. A- Walker John Taylor, Harry Thomas Dolar, Irvine "Melton, ,'Ii

Holding out the puts In a crumpled drive la intersected b> Tallahasseeroad. will meet on Tuesday and Thursday -,Bishop, Curline Pace Doris Dod- Thfma| Chlnnert, Delores Kayg

wad he sold he found It on the McCall'g house la on Tablahiuee afternoons during the Dent son, Ardel farman; low, Doris ney, glen: Strickland; low, Bobby
floor of the filling station H he road, just about 100 yard Iwo weeks, the last of the courat.j Cheshire, Nichols

pushed the *W open, end that U north of Sunset drive, and It was The meetings are held. In thelclinic I) Fourth grade high, Billy First grade high, Fay Cap l'

mot hive bass slipped under from behind ail electric light POle room of the achool. Everyone i Brown, Jerome Scherr, Billy Vann, linger, Ray Caplinger, Virginia
the dour". Informed by W f, almost opposite hll""house that Mc- : Interested U Invited to at-i Charles Robertson! Suzanne Nixon, Betty Sklner Bobby Mon-
Cash thai MoCall had found the Call ilgnalled with a flashlight ,tend. I Brown, Eileen: Bchtrr; low, Billy roe. I(
note Sheriff a C. Coleman ln. Just before J. B. Cash, father of f

petted It Noting that It wa the kidnaped child, deposited a
in a bull, he reasoned that it could shoe box containing the 10,000 In
not have been slipped under the the road It 4 I. m. Tuesday, May LONG DISTANCE i

door When questioned, Me. 31.
Call said he had seen someone Abel on Tallahassee road, about
throw the note In the filling station two hundred yard north of the WILL HELP YOU E > '\

and, under pressure namedM. spot where the ransom money was I
F. Briton, Princeton: carpenter paid. la the home of Asbury Cash, i
with the result that Braxton and a brother *' J. P- and W. P. Cssh. BUYSELLCOLLECTWITHOUT

hit son Pedro, were held for qu. It was en the door of the Asbury 4
boning at length last week. -I Cash home that the first ransom

McCall was taken Into custody note was found.L .
knowing what your business U, 1
Wednesday night Sheriff
man. He was released by Cole-I O. O. r. HEAD FATS VISIT 'whether you deal in good or Krvicn.M be tttclr affirmed

and kept under Clyde District Camber Deputy of Coconut Grand Master Grove that Its operations fan be improved by the planned use o4

a day. Later he was rearrested, and twelve member of the Coco- long distance telephone icrvice.: General
and held at FBI
headquarter In, put Drove I. O. O. F. lodge met Long distance telephone service U not 0111olctto'
Miami. The final result his
was
confession to being the writer and with slight.Sherd the local. Odd Fellow Tuesday yoke (vnooal medium .it |Is a fait tvo-wiy, and |owost, Public Utilities '

deliverer of the kidnap notes and mean of reaching out to buy Mil or collect,

collector of the ransom money, and f Coleman to the Cash child' HeeoeateaJ near' $4i-M
I his' leading of the FBI men and body. In collecting "sleepy account, for example, t tecenl

survey of UK bvine users In an part* .| the cotton/ ..Iu'

brought out the concerted opinion that "Jonf distancefor .y

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:, MISS KATHERINE VANN BECOMES BRIDE BRIDAL SHOWER IS GIVEN: POPULAR YOUNG CLERGYMAN TAKES I';:
FOR MRS. VIRGIL GRENMEU
, ; OF WAYNE ADAMS AT HOME CEREMONY I Mr*. Virgil M. Orlnnell, Jr., was I MISS FRANCES DABNEY AS HIS BRIDE

given a miscellaneous shower Friday --

,i.. A simple but Impressive wed. baby' breath. evening by teachers of the primary I Miss Frances Jewel Pabney. frock with luggage brown cceseoriei. i
" ding ceremony wit that of Miss The matron of honor wore an department of the First Baptist niece of Mn. S. E. Livingston\ and Miss Helen Livingston J'
Katherine Vann and Wayne L. olive green frock of rough crepe Sunday School and ether I the Rey. Thomas Howren Norton, sister ef Miss Esther, wore an :
Adams which took place at the I with wide bias pleated girdle and friends who>> assembled at the IlIA-I'pastor, of the Silver Palm and ashes of roses frock, trimmed) withmatching :

horn of the brlde'i parent, Mr. other trimmings of London tan. day school building and came Princeton Methodist churches, lace, and white acces-
and Mr*. J. Thomas Vnn at 10 Her beige hat had London tan group to the Grenn.U apartment were married In the Livingstonhome sories. :

'clock yesterday morning. The I chlnstraps and her sandals were Mrs. Orennell before her marriageon (t high noon on Monday, Immediately after the ceremony S
service was reid by the Rev. C. of matching shade. Her corsage May II was Miss Christine June I, by Dr. M. H. Norton presiding a wedding luncheon was served.
K. Walker, pastor of the Tint BID- was made of pale pink rosebuds. Hughes. elder of the Tampa district On the buffet was a fragrant magnolia -
Slat Church of Homeitead. Relatives I dress Watermelon was served.In of the Methodist Church
, The bridesmaid wore a of Episcopal bouquet and In the open
of both bride and bridegroomWere the group were Mrs Roberta South. Only relatives were
honey-colored! silk crepe which prei windows were baskets of ralla
present had abort pleated sleeves, low V- Harrison, Mrs. J. R. Dorsey, Mn. ent. Florida lllae blossoms. I
T. 1:. Mrs. J. Tom Vann. J..nd J.
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A tall floor basket of rows Intermingled neck and pleated bodice, Press Kirby I This day was, also the twenty- In the center of the table there
Mrs. Frank Mcllwiln Mn. Cha
with fern stood at either trimmings, pumps and the trimmings eight anniversary of the marriageOf was a wedding cake which had .
Martin, Mn. A. D. Smith Miss
side of the welt end of the living and chin strap of her hat Dr, and Mrs, Norton. pink reeebud decorations and was

room, where the ceremony was were of London tan, A rosebud and Sally Miss McMichael Goaldla Mia Orennell.Alta Vann I The nuptial music, "O Promise topped by a tiny bride nd bridegroom .I.
and bouquet of roses corsage of almon hut completedher I In of At
performed Gift were sent by Mn. AnnieR. Me, "Sweet Mystery of Life" and a bower blossom
decorated both living room and costume each end of the table candles In .
Butler, Mn. Frank Irwin. 1 Love You Truly", was playedby ,
dining room. Mrs. Vann wore a triple sheer I Jack Polk and Mn. Chesley the bridegroom' brother Marvin a silver candelabrum glowed
Before the ceremony Miss Louie gown of blue with blue figure end den. Mn.1 H. Notion of Tampa, former oftly The place card were .f i
Lone Fitzpatrick played "O Promise blue facings. Her corsage .... I Miami High School faculty mem pink rosebud design, and there !
Me," and for the processional of red yellow and white \ wen mall cake boxes of silver

she played the bridal chorus from The men of the party wore gardenia .1 TO JUNIOR IMPROVE CLUB CLUBHOUSE PLANS I I ber.The ceremony wa performed in The young couple left at once to

"Lohengrin". boutonnieres.An The Junior Woman's Club of the solarium before an open win. make a short tour of the state be-
The flnt to descend the stairs Informal reception followedthe Homestead voted Monday night I dow leading to the dining room, fore the beginning of the annual

was the flower girl, Itttlt Martha wedding. In the dining room, to begin the work of painting the 1 The window was arched with coco conference of the Florid Methodist :
Jane Oault who, clad In a long a three-tier wedding cake trimmed Interior of the clubhouse In the 1 nut palm fronds and banked with Episcopal Church South, In !
blue organdy frock and big yellow In bridal-rose Icing and topped I near future, and Is now seeking patio I palm On either I aide was Lakeland on Wadntuday They are tat
sash the hue of her yellow curia, by a wee bride and bridegroomwas help from those who ire willing todon.te a tall German silvered Iron floral) now attending the conference, and i
Its close will to South Carolina
scattered tote petal from a basket centered on the table, which a half day or a day to assist i stand holding deep green vase go
that had been wed In similar was spread with lace cloth. Miss with the work. filled with Queen Anne's lace, to visit the bride' mother.
fashion at the wedding pf the Mary Belle Qlbbs cut the cake The business meetings will now plumbago and fern fronds. Tube. I The bride Is the daughter of j
,' I Mrs. Julia Belle Pabney of Ker-
bride's parents. with knife that Is an heirloomin roses In a blue hand-carved ve,
be held on the second Monday of ]
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Shaw, S .C, and the late Rev T.
Next came the matron of honor the bride's family. Miss Ann each month Instead of on the first a luxuriant fishtail fern, and win-
A. and
of Tavernler,' Moon a cousin of the bride presided I dow boxes of plumbago and ferns Dabney, Baptist pastor
Mrs. Roy Cuppy Monday the club decided,
moderator, and she Is, also, a
followed the st the cuffee urn, and Miss added a tropical touch. ali:
who was by brlde'.1 Plans were made for a dance ter of the Rev. John Dabney j jIt.roh.w
maid, Miss Alta Vann, a .i Ellen Vann. the bride's younger to be held at the Homestead Count I The bride was lovely In short Mn. Dabney Is a re- ;
the bride. They were met by the sister, served punch. try Club on Saturday July 2.LEGION length white lace frock cut on tired missionary, a graduate of r
bridegroom's attendants, Mr. Guppy 1 The young couple left at once straight line* with gathered neck,, the Moody Institute of Chicago.
and Joseph Adams, who had ion. short trip of unannounced des AUXILIARY WILL short sleeves and tailored bows The bride was born In Kenhaw
entered from the rear. tination. When they return they GIVE CHILDREN'S PARTY at the back. With this she wore and was graduated from high
The bride, on the arm of her will live for the present In Tav This evening at I o'clock children a broad-brimmed white hat white school there She attended An- j
father, was met at the foot of the ernler where their home Is In read. of members of the Legion Aux.;'I crocheted gloves and white sandals dersonvllle College at Anderson-

Stairs by the bridegroom. loess to receive them. 'Illary of John O. Salley Post will I Her portage bouquet wee vllle, S. C., and three yean ago
The bride was radiant In a turquoise The bride Is a member of one be entertained at a party given InLegion made of white orchid and bab)"'* came to Homestead to reside at

blue silk crepe frock and of Homestead's oldest families. hall by the auxiliary I'I breath. the Livingston home. Here she
navy blue hat and sandals. Her She was born her and was graduated Prizes for poppy day sales will I The bridegroom' mother wore completed a course at the Home

hat was broad-brimmed and was from Homestead High School be warded. an 'ashes of roses late gown, hat stead Business College and later
tied under the chin with veiling. and from the LaFrance Beauty of the same shade and pink and did secretarial work in a local of- l
Her frock was short of length and School of Miami. She has beenan The Calendar ] blue corsage bouquet His sisters flee. She hat been active In church
smart of cut. Its V-neck and active worker In the Tint Baptist Misses Annie Maud and Minnie work and holds an office In Ad

short sleeve edges were fashioned Church. II Kathryn, wore respectively Astra Chapter of the O. R. S.
from matching lace, and Its flaring The bridegroom Is a son of Mr. June )0 Legion Auxiliary: brown lace with tan accessoriesand The bridegroom received an A.
fitted the and Mr*. J, H. Adam of CordeU for Junior memben. I
skirt was snugly tq Wp party I pink organdie with blue bows B. degree at Florida Southern
and |In front wee extended Incurved Okla. He was graduated from June 10 Benefit bridge party and blue aoceaaories. His grandmother University, and after his graduation i
outline above the belt The high school at Foss, Okla.. and I is at Future Farmer clubhouse given Mrs T. Q. MacKenzie: who aerved as pastor of a churchIn
bride's flowers were a long corIlast I at present In the state road engineering -I Day Epl.copalUll11ar,. has been his companion In the Silver the Tampa district for one year, l

bouquet of gardenias and. department. June 13 Rebekah election Palm parsonage, wore white I In the Res-land District he has I
meeting. flats crepe and white cosasorlcs. won the enthusiastic supper ef I

MSS MeDAMEL GIVES UcCullough, Mr. Moore, Mn. June H Child psychology Mrs. Livingston also wore a his parishioners, and has gainedthe
LUNCHEON: AT AIEfORT Margaret Kennedy, Mr*. Uoyd dais In school clinic room It 3 white silk crepe gown, and with friendship. of those with whomhe \
Mrs. H. P. MoDanlel. gave a Diet, Emily, Mary and Frieda o'clock. It a purple orchid ....... Miss came !. contact: as song evangelist '
Pan American Engel!, Margaret and Betty SU1U cousin of revival at
luncheon at the Of Esther: Livingston the during the recent
H Puilnesi meeting
airport Tuesday for members pf mn, Jan and Barbara Robinson, June bride wore a sand-colored crepe the Homeilead Methodist, Church
Woman' Cub pf Homeitesd.
F, and Ralph McCullouan
the Rain or Shine Club and guests. James
a Allen Harford Adolph J, pea and June U i- Meeting of Legion
received
Mrs, J. II Webster
MRS. RVE TO (1IYE Lynne were: the Rev and Mn.
Albert Janu.". Auxiliary In hall at t p. m. 1
shower of handkerchiefs as I REPORT OF CONVENTION:' C. N. Walker, Mr. and Mrs. J. Torn
I June 14 Child psychology
birthday surprise.Present "'ra. Frank Rue will give a report Vann, Mr. and Mn. O. I. Oault
Julian Webster DORA SCOTT AND CAROL LEE class meeting.
were) Mr*
of the recent Legion Auxiliary Misses Alta Katherine and Ellen
Mr Lee GIVE SALMAQVNPI FARTY I June IT -* Father' day and
Mn. C J. Parman | state convention In Jacksonville Vann Miss Mary Elisabeth: Ran-
H. Lehman Mrs. W. E. Rheniy, A salmagundi party was given Hag day observance by Ad Astra
to which she was a delegate, at eon Misses Eunice and Carol
Mrs T J. Faust Mrs. J. B. Brooks, by Carol Lee and ports Scott Friday Chapter of O. B. S. next Wednesday night's meetingof Walker and Martha Jan Gault
)fra. J. L. Burton Mrs M. M. Ms evening at the home of the June 17 W. M. U. district rallyat the local auxiliary in Legion
How latter, Various games were played. First Baptist Church.
aey, Mrs. Lonnie Hood, Mrs. hall at I o'clock. EPISCOPAL CHURCH SCHOOLHAS
and Johnson. Mrs. Frank L. Skill June 20 Pot luck meeting of PICNIC AT POOL
Helen Hock Ice cream sundae, cake and Ministerial Association at Condon
Mr*. Frank Rue, Mr MR. AND MRS. HWWGIVE The Sunday School pupils ef SLJohn's
Frank punch were served. home In Princeton.
Jer. Mrs. W. R. Bird. Mrs. FISH SUFFER Episcopal Church enjoyed
A. M. Login and Mrs, Those present were: Jewel I June to Social meeting of
Mrs.
Webb Mr. and Mrs. F. p, Irwin enter* swim In the pool .* June 2 and
Hod,.. Mary Jane Junior Woman's Club.
W. K Walton. Marshal talned Tuesday evening at ail out later had a picnic supper Ia tke
Loll Purrrtte Betty Ana I June 20 Pot-luck meeting of
I door fish at their home. Future Farmer clubhouse. Oeo.
CHURCH GIVES Marjorie Fogle, Lily Mae Campbell Homestead Business and Profes- supper
UPLAND i
Present besides Mr. and Mrs. N. WakefteU was la charge .(
oaUnJllnT ,verse lie Jean Irwin" Vldt Clarke.PJ ilonl Women's Club In Woman'sClub
Irwin and lORI, Frsnk OrvlH and arrangement.
A community supper was en,, .U1* Cash Rita kit. Alice Wy- building.
Joy Church Monday evening, and INter Odom. Annie Lee, l.el' Ball, Merle Junior' Woman's Club.

the Upper Dr. W, V. Meredith Lott. Theresa Daniel Betty Jan June II Meeting of Gleaner i Come in and
conducted quarterly fOf'M1l1ItoI I trlwhIt.0" Cook*. Betty with ..... Gordon Ivt). 1 see
Present wen; Ute Rev, and Mrs, Joy Lee, Merry Janice( Lee Billy June 14 Benefit fish fry (tg
Ceo. E. Ofuel, the Bev. toad Mrs end Richard $got$ SPA the young :30 at Wikifleld borne given by I
C O. ".iIoII. Me. and Mrs. Frank hostesses. I episcopal Auxiliary.lIicc's .

.W.. BtlUman.. Mr. and Mrs T os,. APEX
Q IMr.. and Mr*.-0..u

feldt, Mr, and Mr*. Gojch ):uteldt, Beauty I
Mr. and Mrs. -H. J AraMtnmg, ? Shop Electric Retritors Wishers boners SweepersIN
Mr*. C L. Woodbury Ilk. Ceo. ,
E. Reed, Mn. Anna M.seer mith. I -H MeCrery Arcade Alice Hollis ee. Onar-O.*..**

Mrs, J. Roplnson. Mr*, J. F. I OPERATION

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EASTERN STAR CHAPTER CELEBRATES' J. U. RamI" Robinson Farmer.
ANNIVERSARYAd Arthur Carter Rudolph MoDavid.
ITS TWENTY-FIFTH Walter A. Thompson, the Rev. T

I Social EventsGIVE I I ;:; M. H. Norton, R. O. Moon, Chariot
Astra Cb pter I Geo. Frfck and a vocal solo, Turner Ralph Chronister Hayes
Order of the 'by Mrs Wm. Muaeetwfcite with Wood, Joe Roberts, Linn Parr
brated Its silver 'piano accompaniment played by Auter Merriman, R. Weems and
evening In the I Mn Elder and violin accompaniment Joseph Elder.
MISCELLANEOUS BRIDAL SHOWER I. O. O. F. building.The I played by Dr. H. S. Wolf Mist Esther Livingston was
chairman of the committee that
FOR MRS. ARTHUR FOGLE, JR., OF NARANJA I was outlined trellised with I la combined Announcement Father's was day made and Flag that decorated the hall, and the was
assisted by Mn. Geo. W. Turner,
-- of silver aAd I day program would be given on
Jr., Mrs. Lloyd Diet, Mn. R. W.
Mr!!. Curtis E. Lee, Mn. Frank son, Mrs. M. J. Bonds, Mrs. Alma with narrow June 17.
Mulflns and Mrs. Bradley. Mrt.
Henderson and Miss Myrtle Ker- Edwards, Mn. Holland Moore of the order-blue, At the close of'the evening Ice
I S. J. Davit arranged for the mu-
foot gave a miscellaneous bridal Mrs. Carl Llndgren, Miss Ruth green and red-and I II cream and cake were served In sical numbers.
thower for Mrt. Arthur Fogle, Jr.,I Murray, Miss Alma Jane Llndgren, I with Interwoven I the banquet hall. The birthday
of Narinja the former Miss Mil- Miss Vera Parker, Miss Marjorie lilac. At the cakes, three in number, were dec- FRATERNITY BOYS SPEND
dred Campbell, at the home of Campbell, Miss Fay Campbell glistened the large orated in the colon of the order WEEK AT MIAMI! BEACH
Mii. Henderton Friday afternoon. I Misses Oulda.-and Suzy Leggett, star of the order, and were surmounted by twenty- Members of the Sigma Alpha
The bride and bridegroom have I Mist Lydia Vlhlen, Misses Kathleen arch on a field five silver candles. To Mrs. A. R. I Phi fraternity are having a house
re 'fitly returned from the Taml. and Nelle Lloyd, and Carol 'with silver stars Meybem went the honor of cutting party this week at the El Patio
arm Trail section where Mr. Fogle Joy and Janice Lee. silver: "Ad Astra, the tint slice, since her mother apartments In Miami Beach. In
tii-ijted hit father, A D. Fogle, In Gifts were received from: Mrs. ; the sides of the Mrs. Emma Wade, was the the group are Jack'Gatlin, Pierre
hl> farming enterprises. W. O. Talbott, Mrs. Ruth Lee, Mrs. cards containing tint worthy matron. Mrs. Bea. I McDaniel, Carl Deden, Harry
Mrt. Green Rives won the prizeIn Ernest Nell, Mrs. Robert Lance, those who have ley who held office In 1913 cut the Brown, John Walton Robert Gau-
a word building contest. Mn E. A. Buchanan Mn. Flora matrons and next slice, and the was followedby I zent and Marvin Pritchard.
Favorite recipes for the brldc'i Vihlen Mrs. Lydia Gossman, Mrs. the chapter, and each of the others who had
cookbook were contributed by all Frank Bernecker, Mri. W. C. Rob service. On the served as worthy matron. I B. P. W. C. PRESIDENT NAMES
the guests. erts, Mrs. H. H. Graham Mrs. Mae of the arch was I I Present at the celebration, besides COMMITTEE CHAIRMEN '
I Campbell, Mrs. John Lee, Mri. candelabrum those already named, were: Mrs. Cina Stewart, president of
Oevll'i food cake silver cake W. M Lee, Mrs. H. L Barnard, dles, and at the Mrs. Jennie W. Taylor, Mn. Mae the Homestead Business and Pro-
And punch were terved.Tfcbse I Mrs. Raymond Clldden, Mrs. Walter -, I tal there was a 'I Sullivan Mrs. Marie CaldwclL fessional Women's Club announced
present besides the honor I Eason, Mrs Albert Sykes, Mrs. Tall pel-map Mrs.s Rachael A. Witt, Mrs Della the appointment of the following -
guest and hostesses were: Mrs N. L. Chambers, Mrs. D. Lewis, I held green vases I Southwell Mrs, Emma Farmer chairmen at Monday, night'
:Min Murray, Mrt. Joe'Lake, Mrs. Mrs. George Matthews, Mrs. A. J. ers and fern I Mrs Luella Fahrlon, Mrs. Janet meeting of the club In the Cham.
Green Rivet, Mrs. Mary Epperson, Campbell Mri Margaret Daniels, were grouped Crull, Mn. Orvella A. Breen, Mrs. ber of Commerce building: mem- ;
Mrt. A. D. Fogle, Mrs. G. W. Mn. R.'Y. Burr, Mrs. Carl Wagner, The arch in the May Savary Mrs. Mabel Jones, bership, Mrt. J. E. Gauzent; publicity -
Moody, Mrt. Walter Thompson, Mrs. Dan Burry, Mrs. John Miller decorated with Mrs. Irene Frazier, Mrs. Birdie '. C. H. Steffanl; education
Mi ,. H. A. Aman, Mrt. Belle Lloyd, Mn. W. Cook, Miss Helen Lehman twined flower Willey, Mn. Rose E. White, Mri.I 'r.:: Ben Archer; legislation, i I IMrs.
Mr% Barney Parker, Mrt. Daniel Mist Virginia Delaney, Misses pedestal, likewise, ,Alice Carton, Mn. Settle Barber, B.'A. Waldin-ma.gacinei iChas. j
Mullin, Mrt. L. H Greer, Mrs. Ruth Carlotta and Margaret Ames Miss dles in a silver : Mrt. Ethel Hildreth, Mri. Mildred Clinton; program, Mn. Flora
Russell: Mrs. Donald Talbott, Mrs Joan Graham, Mist Anne Kerfoot kets of flowers G. Thompson Mrs. Viola Bell, D. Myers; international relationsand 1 i
W, C Campbell, Mrs. Noah Peter and Miss Sue Ogden. pedestals and the I Mri. Mamie C. Nielsen, Mn. Caroline public relations Mn. J. F.
were filled with Fordham, Mrs Julia Nesett, Hammett; finance, Mist Lucille
FRIENDS OF PIONEER DAYS HOLD OPEN outlined with Mrs. Grace Whitten, Mrs. Betty Bevit; research, Mrs. C. W. Mc- I
I I On the floor was I Lewis, Mrs. Daisy Padgett, Mrs. Ewen; health, Mrt. Jane G. Nes-
HOUSE FOR MRS. FLORA BLAKESLEYThe symbolic rug of th Daisy Chronister, Mr. Bernice bltt.
-- unusual feature of Wood Mrs. Louise Wilson, Mrs. Three new members, Mrt. Lloyd W
Woman't was a cluster of Emma Judd, Mn. Edith Roberts, Diet, Mn. Roy Chandler and Miss
lands held Club of the Red-I Cina Stewart, Mrs. M. A. Baker, cereus blossoms on Mn. Leila Kentron, Mrs. Harriett, Anne Lee, were added to the i
open house Tuesday Mri. W. M. Bradley, Jr., Mrs. B.
Tallman
Mn. Alma Kloppel, Mrs. I .
afternoon In honor of Mrs. Flora A. Waldin Mrs. Nancy club.A
Mri. Dane
Miss Kath- \
Ethel Culm, Mn. May luck was
Stripling pot supper planned
Blakealey of Takoma, Wash., who Cast Miss Frick past grand matron
ryn Margaret Mrs. Anne Doun, Mrs. J. for the next meeting June 20, In
took the lead In lodge of Florida, 1.1
organizing the club and Betty Stillman, Dr. Wolfe and I
Daugherty, Mn. Ralph Moon the clubhouse of the Woman't Club
In 1815. esting talk on j
Mn. Blakeiley lived in Robert, Vrana.
Mrs. Geo. N. Wakefield, Mrs. of Homestead, the meeting place
who w.J I I
Red land for twenty-five special guests
in On
Mrs.
years Wednesday Dane
enter. Matron B. Flowers Mn. J. D. Redd, .']'for the club for the coming year.
what It by Worthy
now the Brown place talned In
on Mn.
Blakesley't honor Lloyd Deltz Mrs. Frank Schnieder,I Mrt. Myert, the outgoing
Redland road Silver ston were Mrs. I I president
near Palm Mr. and Mn. Howard Carter, Mn !
Mrs.
Frank Hausman, Mrs. R.I presented each of the out-
drive. She was a guest at Mrs E. Miami Beach, past
A. Carter and .
Mrt. Rebecca and Mrs. Betty W. Mulllns, Mrs. Annie Butler, !s j going officers with an emblem key ,
Seymour Dane't Redland home
Wilkinson "
of Miami.
from Saturday till Thursday and structor of District Miss Alice Macomber, Miss Mary ', ring, and the club voted to pre-
Bradley Miss Frances I I Mrt. with emblem
Faces"i Dabney sent Myert an
In now in Miami visiting Mn. Nellie I MRS. D. R. SNYDER IS HOSTESS Three charter I Miss Mildred Sullivan, A. C Witt, pin.
Milled,. of 2332 Biscayne TO NEIGHBORHOOD CIRCLEA and Mrs. W. B.
boulevard a former resident of meeting of Redland Neighborhood Jennie D. Bealey -
Redland.Dr. Circle was held recently at In Miami, gave a
H. S. Wolfe played several the home of Mri. D. R. Snyder. early day of the .
violin numbers at the open house, The devotional part of the program the past matrons
to piano accompaniment played was led by Mrs. Sam Davit who were present
by Miss Virginia Frick. Discussion of personal and com- In this group were: THE DIXIE DRUGHomestead
Ice cream, cake and punch were I munity service followed. Mrs. W. B. Caves,
terved. The hostess served a congealedsalad Mrt. W. M.
Present to meet Mrs. Blakesley cookies and limeade. Sheffield, Mn. Florida
were: Mr. and Mrt. W. M. Brodie, Those present were: Mn Earl Lee H. Lehman,
Mr. and Mn. H. H. Ewing, Mr, Delaney Mrs. Sam Davis, Mn Miss Esther
and Mrt. Frank Stillman, Mr. and Geo. Wright, Mrt. J. L. Scott and W. Turner, Jr., Mrt.
Mrs Dave Kufeldt, the Rev, and the hostess. ris, W. B. Caves, J.
Mrs. Geo. E. Deuel Mr and Mrs. The next meeting will be at the A. R. Livingston.The 3 OZ.SIZE STAG SfiKIAUYMtMW'
H. J. Armstrong, Mr. and Mn. home of Mrs. Wright in July. musical
E. A. Carter, Mr. and Mrs. W, H. evening consisted of Hair OilMen
Ca t. Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Carpenter REBEKAII PRESIDENT by Mn. Joseph
Mr. and Mrt. A. W. Januaryand CONDUCTS SCHOOL Mn. Elder, Dr. H. hair
w keep neat
daughters, Mr. and Mrt. J. Mrs. Olive Crosby of Clearwater, your
i L. Ballard Mrs. L. L. Bow, Mrs.i president of the Rebekah Assemblyof I 25 with ibis specially prepared
Florida conducted a school of III Lair dressing. Is not slkr-
LOCAL MEMBERS MEET Instruction for officer here yes
WITH PATRIARCH AUXILIARY terday. .,... ., MAXIMUM COMBS IOC4111111/11
Mn. H. B. Seattle first president Luncheon was served at noon.
of the Ladles1 Auxiliary of the j OL Else RCXALI
Patriarchs Militant of Miami, COCONUT I So l vent
I. O O. F. I
organization, and her Matinee Saturday lAait SR[Adrienne QrZA..P
mother, Mrs Cora Belle Grinold zM to I p. ukkl
lint honorary past president of TALCUM r.-erA aLr.eua r
Show 1 and t p. .
the auxiliary, attended a meeting .awsw
D.ti !+,t.l W. reds... iw .
of Coral Rebekah lodge In Coco- ,.
nut Grove June I at which thePatriarchs ss Pees
Sun., Mon.
and auxiliary memberswere or sera. 1 Oz.SIBS PultmSTA7lauS.
guests of honor. 11Ve'N1ethe June 18 OIL CITRONELLA

t Local Rebekaht who were guests Lorttta Young. .WAY,
at the meeting Included Mn. E. leD.IDEUCENE Bath si..lr V "..".
S. Capllnger, Mrt. Blanche Chap. Pernmnent Reginald Spray ,
.,an. Mn. Harry D Wolfe, Dr. ; Deal WC"* t.plita.r'let .
Irene Shanklin nd Mrt. O. C Rad- :: maims ..seeseo4 "Four Men 19T
ford. isetias "do-dines ** = Ui f MiRE IUIAVY
all..inenw""Wmotuts
WHITE SHOEClEANEl
ie Lied
eq slwyw JI

DRe R. S. AKERS 1 ;w..l.g.' .ssk de.gsaase.ssasiae r.-...... Wed, Thvrt, I TOOTH ELENZO 'wbiw 1

8aAi.Vlel.tJi= *MBush's 149C C.ws. 1 ,
DENTISTOffice bie w'..17mow o wii .- CLAIRE RUSH I J
:rtesowulal.ws and l- M
Hearst 2 a. to. tot .. SB.Bndayt "Ufe Town "
Buy ypure.sesr" ._ PICIPTSONSweeds
ttell of our atom -- tttry fn. riftia* fllti
Closed SataHtr Barber Shop Newsy 'ed :: with /r..fc pclenl
I' m. Sat. June ,......... n4tUGS ingredients.r .

Free Parking Space & Beauty Parlor JOE E. It, '.... ,. '" '!!I.k ,

171 N. W. MTU IT. MIAMI VOat LH1I ...., Operate :..; ,
puma .41n I '"Wide Open

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r: SOCIAL,. .. ...EVENTS..,,, SERMON TOPICS CLASSIFIED ADS
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w ,n? .un x ww w.n wAUXILIARY
t : FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH :1:1FOR
WILL GIVE & Il

BENEFIT BRIDGE TODAY lone U Morning sermon: & BATE: Fiat insertion 104 a Hoe.. subsequent Insertion :

The Woman Auxiliary of St "Is the Lord'I Hand Shortened 5* a line

i Johns Episcopal Church will give That He Cannot gave?"

r, R benefit bridge party In the Future evening sermons "How to Get

Farmer clubhouse: at ( o'clock U Heaven". RENTFOR FOR SALE Tropical plants, cit J.,

this evening Prizes will be provided June IS Prayer meeting rus trees and troplca fruit In

0, for both auction: and con subject: Tsui., the Convert RENT Good, nice, roomy season Jungle Grove, RedlantfJ :t

tract bridge. The party is being apt. Cool well furnished Sum- road and Plummer drive.

given to raise money for the church CHRISTIAN SCIENCE mer rate, reasonable Ask at LOST 11

;t' organ payments I Western Union (my.7U) I
June 11 Lesson sermon
Another party to help with the

organ fund is a fish fry which will topic "God the Preserver elMan. PAY LATER-ON OUR FOR RENT Furnished apart LOST One special 23-18 tube
Reward Dick Brooks (110-17)
, be held on Friday, June 24, at ment Summer rates. Mrs. C.

4 130: o'clock on the lawn of the EASY PAY PLANNo R. Blgjers. 104 N. E.: 2nd ave. WANTED k

home of Mr and Mrs. Ceo N. CARD OF THANKSWe (my 20 it)

Wakefield. dove p Tin nt up to I.

wish to express our sincere months ply.t.low peon..* FOR RENt hurt.toned apt TUTORING WANTED high t
for the two
Plans parties were
appreciation of the kindness and I* ioitaUmtnu. A first due downtown. Summer rate till school and grade school subjects, I

made at Fridays covered-dish i sympathy extended to our fam- lob done b* an experienced Sept. 1. See Henry Behrens Mrs. H. J. Armstrong A. B.. >

luncheon meeting of the auxiliaryat ilies by our friends during the illness miller painter with that fn or BenJ. W. Morris (mlStf) Plummer drive and Country ,

the home of Mrs Richard Huff. and at the death of our dear moos H.B.Davis eo./&' Club road < ,

Mrs. J. S. Horton was hostess mother and grandmother, Elizabeth linurt paint product Come FOR RENT Furnished apart

Present were: Mrs Lee H. Lehman J. Cast, and to thank them for the la for free color cards ao4complet.lolormadolllat ment, clean, all conveniences WANTED Painting or carpentry : i

Mrs. Edw. Stlling. Mrs. Waiter many beautiful floral tributes. 1l Also furnished house, I bedrooms work. Price reasonable.. Cor- '

Haas. Mrs. J. E. Gauzens. Mrs Wilmer H. Cast and family, an lasAe all electric: Mrs. Eva Collins bet Smith, Cor. 4th St., and lot

J. A. Hooks, Mrs Wakefield, Mrs, Ozro A. Hainlln and family. twanere corner Biscayne drive and 1 Ave. at residence of W. B. Flowers -

W. J. Clark Mrs Huff Mrs. Hor- 14 Federal highway at Modello Homestead. (If)

ton and Miss Ellen Huff. '
I CARD OP THANKS w sau leant

The next regular business meeting I FOR SALEFOR WANTED Listings of housee

will be held In October We wish to express our sincere and apartment for rent. Henry

I appreciation: to all those who were i!!I Brooker Lumber Company SALE 200 new 10-foot Behren & Benj W. Morris, N.

W: H. .. MCLK tUUOt ae kind to us during our recent beiveavement 2 x t. Cheap for cash P. O. Box Krome dye, north of 10-rrnt

a"MOLDS JUNE MEETING and for. the beautiful||' hone 61 llomeslead. Fla.ky 582 (110) store, phone 84 alS-tf)

.' Mrs. .J..-A. .ileffein eaakied.alt : 1sra1 offerings. I

the June meeting of W. M:S Circle I Mrs Bessie Snub and family. I FOR SALE Second: hand Frlgidalre. WANTED-Good clean cotton rocs

. -Three In the church: Tuesday Nre.J. $20 Inquire Leader-Fn- Leader-Enterprise

'E. Davit gave the devotlonat, ..onnTamlM to*.thor with all aubMtuaatumltMJ CortlflMt. No. IMM of less and ron.rMonta terprlse.
.loclod t."M including the pear tees for the peen IBM to.1... rrlkod rnp.rtye the Count' of Pa and Mrs Eo S:OrpUnsjciv Mc-: lm. kohl *r the State bo advertised ..d kotk inclusion. ....au.tI.. U 171II IN TUB ciRft IT COURT n AND mm Slate of Florida. a,wait
). ..1tdlloand'lfr\: Davis gave .iaUtf"Mrs *>M e.-ebo hlabul **Mor for week aa prow 1 Bald' Ua nrtlfloUM leather with n) DADE COUNT FLORIDA. IN CHANniRT tot I. Blurb, S. llth St. Manor, a Sub.,
waited M Charts 4SIM, ot tho IMT AouTwnckl 'Subsequent emitted or breasts axes will ... NO. IS.Ml. Plat Book S. pan M. In tha County tilDn
o J. J. Richard made the dosing .., oM w.1o..la.. upon the following ...., cold to the highest bidder .1 the Court VICTORIA N. COUN EL"AIf. aa tin *>. Slow of Florida. .. omkraml I InCrrUffaat
...... pal estate I. the County 01 Dodo, HOMO In II....., an the SOtk day et Jose married worn.,. 'rulnlttf' ... W. OOH No. 178(14 The commitment. nfMM
prayer. ..... d Jler/da. is-will I IM.. beginning at the hour at Urn .......k DUN DEAN et al.! Do'......*. property under tho MM .....,.<.UiMuod
Present also were: lira Mollie of NW( at In the of CM|| S. 1l1I1oot.
MESA d IItI4 8WI4. Z\O A. M. or aa man thoroaftor aa the some BILL TO FORKCIOHI TAX DEED wu name
Wmgate Mrs. J. L. Ballard, Mrs ..at' NCI4 of awl 01 aW\4 amnia, 91 may ba reached In due Muna.Dated ORDER OF PUBLICATION Lot S. Hark S. llth St. Manor*. a Bulk,
IS Rnnn 41. oonUlnln., t.HI' at Miami Flor.... this the lat It appearing ky Motion Bill nf Complaint Flat Book S. pan 19. la the County ofDad
Geo. Ranson, .Mm. Viwm Booth, 'soon mora or MM. Tho tax" to b* aold ,day of Juno, ". filed I. the .hove .1010<1 MUM that REAL .. Sate of Florida. at embraced In
Mrs. Robert Glean and Miss Jennie *MrMoMd ky wirtlflcato S7DI of IMO I L B. LEATHERMAK TY SECURITIES CORPORATION a Certificate N., I7M7 TW a.nnlnmt
and rrprMonta team for the From IMO I Clock Clro.lt Court, Florida Mrporatton. ban ban db olv.d krProclamation of uM. property under the Mb 'flU1I..1.
Lobdell ta IMS, both ... .' amounting to I Dad County. Florida of the Governs of UK state honod was In the ..... at Corn S. Ml tor.
I ....T.. Circuit, Court Seep of Florida mi November IS 1.... and that Unless. MM Cartlll...... ahall bo woromod
Bald Us MrtlfluUa' together with all I I IaubMquont Hy D. C. plaintiff believes that then mat b. per. According, to low the property'
The Gleaners Class of the First omlttod or lovhd aces will] Published Jose I. 10. 17,Oi.-fNNO.: MM or portion whether natural aurporauof described threats will W weld to the hujKntbMdOT .
ho amid to the hulbMt bidder at the Court:. municipal interested In the hereinafter M the Court Haw done on the
Baptist Sunday School will meet Wines In Miami on tho lath day of .Juno. NOTICI OF APPLICATION FOR TAX described land claiming thrown or under tint Monday In the month ..t July. 1WW,
with Mrs Gordon Ivey on Tuesday IMl bnlnnlnl at the hour of Un o clock I DIED REALTY SKCURITIES CORPORATION. which la tha 41 h day of July IM*.
All members are A. II. or a* son thereafter aa use same i Chapter IT4S7-AcU of IMl. Flu A SHII a Florida corporalloa. now dissolved and Dated this lath day of ....,. 1.81.
June 21. may b. reached I. duo -..*. I Motto hi hereby given that W. RuaMllHorn. that mark Sections >r parties ara unknown R!:. B. IEATHFRMAN,
requested to be present Dated at Miami Florida, this the Nth .. holder of SUM and County TaiCortlftcau after dlllaent/ a Feb and ln.ulry, act Clark of <'Irrutt lou I
day of May. I.... < No. I04BI Island the I.' day Ml property holes described I u follow*, Dad County. Flo: :... <
B. B. LEATHERMAN r ,of August A. D. IMT ha. filed ..... lany ...-..It. (Circuit Court Sal) .
LEGAL NOTICES |I clerk of Circuit hart I office, and has nada application fore .<4 of IWU of IWU of Section 1<. Re N' C. prrRRETT'P C
4 Dad County Florida' I IHy tan dead. to ba laiurd th.roon Bald Township 14 South. of Mange 40 Eau, (Mar 17; Jun. 8' 10. 17: 1520) :i
(Circuit Court oVal Certificate mbrac the following dew In the County of Dad and Sate of 1 ,
TAX CERTIFI. I -
. NOTICE OF SACATER JNO. "ENNO. D. C. :rrlbod' I In the County of Dad*. Florida I NOTICE
: 1141 I Published May $7. ofu. .. 10. tall., I Vista J'Fio.7I., to-wlt It U'therefor, Ordered that cold REALTY To Whom It May Carcass : This Rt to
-jr.ti Application; Nth that Florida East!: 'i Lot T. Stork 4. Porously" Plat 1. SECURITIES CORPORATION. a I sew .,It... that tram this dote forth I e
Notice liven NOTICE OF SALK OF TAX Plat Book Florida oarporutMin. duwolvod will ... .
with written request CERTIFICATES US pan 14. In the County' BOW and not responsible for any debts ..
thaT R. bas woe me together with all I I I 1 of Dad. Stow uf Florida all parties claiming intervals In. mil to sups thoM ...ot....... by mr.rlf.i.ANDON .
the 10.11I..too IncludIm Application N. 1171 The aeeeMmenl of aid property under the show drocrihed property under or from ('AHN1IY.M. .
levied axes
.utaecM.nl omlttod held or by the Sate ... ad. Notice b hereby given that Loon Sawyer the said certificate award was In the REALTY HKIUHIT1ES CORPORATION, ( .. to IT. June I. 10. IT. 14 July II .
th. year IISS, has a Florid ..... ...
for flied with ma written rnuMt name oft Unknown corporation now or IS. Mt
caTh.... and old to the blihMt bidder of the that the tan ntrtlfleaUa together with all Union Mid' certificate .h.lI.. r*. otherwlM. ... and they ark lureby required
a provided by Chapter I8M the fol subsequent omitted or levied taxes IncludInf deemed according, to law the property to appear to the Bill of Complaint filed NOTICI OF SALE: OF TAX fF.RTIFI f
IMT Act of the real Lenlalatur I .In upon the Countyof the year IMS,tc'held by the Sate ba adartlwd described. therein will b* Mid M the hurti lit the Mid cat*,. on or before Honda. ('ATRSApplication
was
Rowing dewrlbed and] .old the hlKh.it, bidder for set bidder >t the Court hooee door an the 1 the 20th day of Jim. IBID. otherwise the N. loul
Dad.. sate of Florida M. to-wlt Ulk D. Par ash aa provided by Chapter HIM of thn fire Monday In the month of July IMSwhl allegations of Mid Hill will bo taken uconfeued Noun' la hanky given that T. A. Fm-" '.
Lou S to 14 II be sold 1817 Acts of the Legislature' upon the folI h I.l the 4th day of J 1I1.. IISI kr Mill d.' nd..to. hu filed with mo written r''i nl that ir
Villa Helnhta Add. The axes No.to 181 ot win described' ml moan In the Countyof Dated the llth day of May. IM*. It U further ORDERED that this Order ln. wrHfleatM together with .11 ,"">
are evidenced by Certificate fr the Dada, RUM .of Florida. to-wlt .II:. B. IBATHEIMAtf: U published one a week for four (4)) Miuont insisted or IrvM. t..m lneln.xa
1921 and repreaento UMa years Lot S Blk 41 North Miami EttatM Th.' Clark of Circuit Court consecutive weka I.. the LMder-KnUr: I the roar INK. hold' br the nixie W lultlM4 ._
IMO to 1IS4 both inclusive amounting to ass to b* sad .... .vld..... by OKIflcat .' Dada County. Florida prU. .. a Newspaper Published In Homestead, and Mid to tho highest bidder t. r
ts1.1A together with nil No. HIM of IMl and represents (Circuit Court Seal) Jade Countir, Florida. nth .. prarlaVd hy Chapter IK2M. of 'hrIMT
Bal tai certificate levied axes will M tots for the seen loll to 1054 both In. By N. 0 STKRRnT D CIMay Dated this the lath day nf Mw. II... A,'ta of the Lnrblaturt' upon ,h'ollowltw .
.ulitenuent omitted or Udder at the Court elusive, and IMS SMT and llll amounting ID. IT. June I, 10.) B B. LKATHKRMAN described. real ....1. In h.
sold to the hliche.t of J .. to K7C1 rink of the Circuit Court County' of Dad. luto "f Fl-Ida. towlltnln .. ,
HOUM In IOU.811. on the 7th of day .clock in.IMI Said u> orrtlflcatM together with ..11.u..a. NOTICE Of lUll OF TAX CERTIFICATED Circuit Court small' 982 ft Rut of SW 0 nor nf Hf: 4
beginning at the hour ten ...' omitted or lovlod axes will h. Mr r J. GOULD. Deputy Clerk. of NBH B IS fort North ; ft WM ;ll
A. M. or aa roan thereafter *.a the same old lo the highest bidder at the Court Application No. HIS MORROW. WAVES AND BUTTON feet S ISO ft t.' Point n' Hivlnnln' .I.-.. /
Sony be reached In due 1..ldo soon.this the 'III HOUM la ..Miami on the 17th day of .June.: Notlr ta hereby alvon that Theodora Solicitor for Plaintiff I St Mtlon II Town.liIn IT. Ian, I*. Th.WIM .
Dated .t a".ml. IIIIR. beginning' at the hour of ton o clockAM Halley hOt filed with mo written rwuMtthat (May 10, 17; Jon I. 10. 17. IMS) to bo sold its nlilrnccd hy Lori (i,
Jun.
day 01 .
1P8.II. er at ooo thereafter aa the Panic raw No. 1411 of IMS and rmrtraH sew
LJOATHERMAN.Clarb tho tan r.rtlflrat together
R. with nil j
;;. IN TUB CIRCUIT Cot aT or TRI for th* IMS
Circuit/ Court. nay reached In due *oun* Mibooqutnt omlttod/ or .levied UtM IncludIn 11TH Peen u IMl. both but .lw
DOW at M.ml Florida this the DKIAL IHIIT IN AND end IMl to lost both Intlwln,
1th amoun nto .
Dada County'. Florida.CMI the yMr 18U. hold by UK BUM bodvorlltrd
DADS COI' 117 .
day of Jun. NTY U ORIOA. IN ( II
( Court W) 1985.L R. LZATHJlRIIAN.I' and cold to the kllthMt bidderhue IF.RY Nee IISI*. SKI, of NWH
air Jilo rrNNO ? C'I Clerk Circuit Court. mash aa provided hy Chapter HIM of LYDA C. HFNNKHUrr': Plaintiff, 'Oil'' IT, Rann HI, ..:'tao.80laAr..tl:::; ;
tho 10S7 Asa of the
I.IS. Loitlilatur., tho
Published Jun 10 IT. S4. ) upon PATRICK
Dad County. Florida., fnllowliw dwrlbrd ml I estate In the County fondant JOSEPH: HENNESSEY U>oo to be told are mMonood hy Orl,ftMM -
(Circuit Court Seal) No M5S of IMl and rrpiwonta saw
of
Dado. State of
NOTICE OF BAIII nr TAX CERTIFICATES Hy JNO. FENNO. D. C" Florida. towltiBo ORDER FOR PIBLICATIONTA /or the 1-n /110. loll and long a loss
.H of Bo. .
of
K Nr\4 of NW -BEHnf : I
Published June 10, 11, 24, 1938. MWU _....H II. Township K.' Range PATRICK JOSEPH MtTNMMHHrV both Inrlimlv. .mwntln.;;; ; ; to 171 N:
Application Na. llll I : oNi--j-;; ;: : ; MS West (j"l "" New Culle; Ul I. B. r Bm.hot* Add Tho sow
Notice la hereby given that H A. Cam'n. M containing U The '.....'1...... to a* sold ar* ..Ide..... ky Cortlflral N
of _... kM filed with ma NOTICE or BALK OrTAX CERTIFI: awes to bo add ar. wrldonood by MrtlflcaU You "
Agent the CATER are hereby notified and required, to 7MS of IMl and represents U>M for the
Written, Dot use Ua oortiflc.W" ... Pal of IMl and rrprMonla taxes for the 1
request Application N.. llll IN" appear to the Bill of Compact for Dtrarao pace Ilia IMl and IMl t* IMS kith
FORM to IMl, both Incluolro and
t.Uvor with all subsequent omitted or knt.M filed In the above InrlwlM
Notice b styled sues on amounting to $11.17' .
hereby Given that winNw
t.... including the IMl bold ky 1M7 IMl. amonntlna- 114 II { or brfnra the 4th ... Lot ...
gar Mlwhlto. Annl for Ownor .hx 'I day of July !* otharwka 4. B. r B. .... Addn TWO UK
the east ... .d.orltood sad mid to the filed) with ... written request Rann Lot 17 U Block aonulnlnt-I serum IS Township III the alhwalliina of the MM Bill will ,I to bo Kid ... ..i..._ ky Cartll..... 10"I
kujhaat bidder for cub aa provided ky that the ....Uf"" ... aero mold or be taken against two M eons_. I|I 770 of IMl and retirements 10." for ,the
tai together
"' with
.11 ITM The taxes to h* wait ar ....._
.. Ants nf th.LnhlatuK. .
Chapter In. of the IM7 This ardor aha I ba published ane yon IMO IMl and less to IMl, kotk
iihaogurat omitted hnrled
upon th.. foll.wln described or tons Includ ky aMirirau M60 of IMl and npraotnutaiM weak fur four consecutive wo U In .j I I, Inrlinlvo. ._.Un. to III.K.
Int the IMl. held" by the bate ...
ml I MUM In the County of Dado, States year and Mid to the highest bidder adMrtlwd for- elusive for and tho FORM IMO to IMl both In. UadwEntorpruw. Dada County. Fl.irMa. I IIt. 1 Lot.. L F B.......... Arfdn Th U.M
1117.1. mounting to 111 S4
III Florida, 0.-wits B. LIATHKRMAN to h* sold
off mdoncad
ash w provUed by Chapter MIM, of the Lon 11-14 ky Cortlflrau N.
Block I Miami Land A JfIo.
NIII 01 IWIII 01 WH of Nil LA HIT Acts of the Lnlalatur aa Clark af UM Circuit Court, KM of IMl and roprMrnta loam for ha
I. rW. Sortton II Towauhlp 56.Range hewing upon the fol Co. Sonlon II Township IT Rant ifeatelnae (Clreult Court Swlt Vitro IMl slid IMl to IM, both melts, .
desrribsd reel estate In th. n
Countyof I' ..
or. ..
TWO
wean coon
II. Mntalnla 4.98 mares more erIsle. r.
J. (;OULD
Deputy' CIork. amintlni
to 1101
Dad. Sate at .....1 1.. any
< towltN I taxes to be wait ... settlements ky MrtlfltaloM4S
Th. boxes u .. wait ar.ky evidenced CARR
Sold to. MTtlflMtM kmtkH. with niltibMQiHnl
III ft. of W% of BWU of
NWK of of IMl end teas for the
CortillMU No. II>S of IMI and rn- movements aolkltora for PlaintiffOnial. emitted avid ...
or will ho
WU ioctloa IS, Towiuhlp IT, Range SI, Yemen IM* to IMS. both 'Inrual**, And "
recants taxes lorhe IMl to lass I' add
ran IT II i July I) to the hlrhst bidder at the Con
containing one care twos or kno. The Un.It.8. emanating u .......
both 1..1...... amountliw M fleet?. Has In
Miami an the Illh of J ...
day
toiM to k* MM are mrfctenoad ky Crttfl. Lot I Block 4 Miami Land a Do.. Co .
Said tax ontUlatM" tontlwr. with ill NOTICE Of APPLICATION FOR TAX INS. boclnnlra at the hour of ton .obey'
....... ... ants No. 1414 of IMl and nprownu to.M. Mention II Township' 17 Rams* SI MHItolnlnt .
.t emitted ar kn>M lama will baaold DRRD. CHAPTER I74lf ACM Or '''I. A. M,. a* *a soon thereafter the
far the fall t. .... a* Mm
yean both Inclwriwjnamuntln I .
arms -" or I. The taM
to the blulMot bidder at tWO Court .. FILE A..818.NoU. may bo ranched In due _....
BOOM In III.m.he |7th day of Juaa.IMS to .ITO. I M k* Mid sow ovMoxvd ky MrtlflcnM" NIT .. la konkr sewn thai RoWrt a.4 Voted at Miami Florida, this the link
Bald eortlfloatM
beginning at th* hour of ton ilock. U* bee her with allsa6.gant of IMl amid ripiMinl. taxes the less toIMl Bertha ....r.... hushed and wife. (Midr. dw a( May |M..
omitted .
A. M. or aa sox thereafter H the Ma or levied taxes will be birth Inrlualv and IM7 INI. nmount- of ..... and County Ta< Certificates B. B. LEATHtRMAN
_.... sold W the hhrhaot blddor at the Court lag to 114.... .
Near he na.bd I. due )j. ntH and I1SI7 k.wri the lat dy Clerk of Circuit
Untod .t MM..|. Hortd.. tan the, Till Hoes I. Miami on tho 17th day nf .Jun.. Lots II II Block I Miami Load W AixruM A. D. IMS have filed I Carl
MIM llode c.u.. ..
Far. ..
,
IMS beginning at the how ol .
ton .lock D** Co. Satan II Townahlp IT Homes,
day of 1Mukllab film.
Junat pep and have maid aavlkallm fora (CI_K Court pVanNy
A. M
:: 5..LXATNIRMAN. or M noon thmnfur aa the ems II MBUInlna- I* sects nior *r km. Tho tai
IMF k* rMched In .. *oufMDatod apes to k* Mid act .......cod by Mrtlflraw did to ka bound forecast. now JNO FRNNO, D. firublkhod
Clark Circuit Court.Clredt Certificates
.esbrnm the
ilmmewr. Fbid&Br nl slant ,,Florida ..kln th. *|h i MM of Zeal mad rvpiMMU "... following W. May 17. Jules 1. I*. IMS)
( Court sal) day *f of..... loan.Bww M the From 'No be ..... limit
NO. FINNO, a Co B. LEATHERMAN ,sad 1981-19x ._.11.. a -. "
> .d Ju II. IT '8. INS. Clark. Clrc.lt Court I a- IT .. I' llarh Miami 1..1..1.//
I Dodo C""', FIerkIo., Co. _... IT Township IT .. I
NOTICE OF SACS OF TAX CBRIIFI- (dFubllehed.... Coon Bali I The teas to b* sold ar ovideiMd
CATMApplication BF IJfO. .,JOIO. D. C.I ttflrau MO* W IMI ... "gr to
N* SIMNotk4 June 10. IT. 14. IMS. for tk. yeni IMO to IMS both in.I. EDWARD STILINGReal
la ..._ given that Mi*. Arthur axis IMT. .... mounting to I.'"'' :
Harrw amt ..f caress. Bybtb, ban filed NOTICE OF IALB nr TAX CERTIFe.Appllrnttonj : Bald. ton Mrtl'leaua _hop to.1
CATER ......_
with MO written request that the .tan: t Omitted or levied toes
N.. Sill he said to the hlheot. bidder at the I
Notice b hereby Ii... that F N Irwin., H INS filed with m* wrflUn _amt that the HM. ...t..I... at the hour of to* clock Estate General Insurance
Turner's Funeral Home ta* ertfleaM torahs. with ins .* A. M.. or M set thereafter M the Mae
ormnml omitted or levied axes ;'. _F be rh-d In due __
th* ywr 1M. held by the sate ... a.ver.Itoed Dated at III..... rkwMa. this the Mth
14-IIR AMBULANCE SERVICE and sold to U. h'..... bidder .1 nay of May. IMI.
caeh *. provided ky Chapter IMM. of th E. R. LEATHFRHAtr

Lady Attendant fnllowlnadeacrlbeJ IMT Art of the LoanUuire map, MUM. anon In ... Clerk Dad of County Circuit Coat Florida. Cor. Palm Ae. and A\ e. B Florida City, Fla. I

Phone 564-R Homeitef, Ha Coit&l'8."fI--T Bute f Florida, o-wl: (Circuit Court foal)
>wn *f Konw.u Peap-! By JNO FEVHO. D C
Tb. to. U, be old' .,.' .. .
u M IJ." PuUUbed May 27. June I. 10 Ml I -- -- --- -



Pare Eight THE LEADER ENTeRPRISE Friday, June 10, 1938

leaves Key Weft at 600 p m.
MAIL SCHEDULETO picks up Homestead mall at 11.4: !51 e
p. nt and arrives in Miami at Avalon
BE CHANGED 1:00: a m. The midnight exchange Olctola
It not la effect on Sundays, Yellow
but later may be put on a dally
HERE MONDAY bail tt the volume of business Cling Peas
Justifies tin extra service, Mr.
Livingston Mid.
biKontimuiice of man r. E. C. trains 41 and 43 and 2 cans
W. M. U. Celebrates Its
No.2VrcanI7c
replacement of star motor route
23211 between Miami and M..*- Fiftieth Anniversary
cumbe by Miami to Key West 27C
trucks making two .round tripe Mrs. Julia Polk presented a
dally will become effective next I olden jubilee program at a W.
Monday, June 13, Postmaster S, M. S. meeting In the First Bap-
I. Livingston announced yeiter tist Church Wednesday in cele- TARGET
bration of the fiftieth anniversaryof Maxwell House Coffee lb. 27c
day.Under the new schedule, adopted the founding of the union. Corned Beef
finally after several weeks of I Mrs. C. N. Walker spoke on the ;l
Investigation and exchange of purpose of the Jubilee celebration;
correspondence between Mr. LIvIngston Hr. T. E. KIrby, on plans for Heinz Tomato Catsup, Ig. size. 21c can __ 17c I
and the chief clerk of the promoting the Jubilee; Mrs. S. L. m.
railway mall service It Jacksonville West, on the why and wherefore i
the morning mall will wait of the Baptist training school; and KE L'S
on connections from the north Irs. R E. Edwards on the offer- CORN FLAKES k :J:6c: Whole Grain
due In MI.mlat 7:00: a. m., and will In,. Mrs. Ralph Andrews related -
arrive In Homestead at 9:40 a. m., a story; Mra. J. R. Chambers RICE5lbs
gave the Scripture reading; and
If the train Is on time.
Mra. Catherine Pickard, Mrs. L. JEWEL LARD 4 lb. Pk'g4' 45c
Northbound the same truck will .
leave Key West at noon, will stop A. Wise Mrs. Frank Irwin and Oo.Oo . 18c
Mrs. T. D. Flch offered special
over In Homestead from 5:00 to
5:43 p m., and will arrive In MI- prayers. 20 lb.PEANUTBUTTEItlib. .
ami at 7:30: p. m. PILLSBURY FLOUR 83c RED
The department declined to Local Boys to Leave a
grant Mr. Livingston' request For Camp Cloudmont
that the afternoon mill dispatchbe Super Suds

changed from 849 to MS: Garland Wynn will leave Sun- Jar ... 12c
and It will be necessary for day for Camp Cloudmont at Men- 3 pkgs. 27c
patrons of the Homestead post- tone, Ala., where he will direct' .Iou. .
office to observe a 8:IS deadline the athletic activities of the Junior -
when depositing their day'i division of the camp.
accumulation of eor 8pondence. Local boys who will attend the Grape Butter ;I 25c OCTAGON
This also applies to air mail. camp are freston Bird, Jr., Wayne Mar
Th. second round trip contemplates Lawrence, Billy Walton and Walter Soap or Powders61g.pkgs..25c
a midnight exchange of Brannon. Preston will be
mall at Homestead by motor car taken to the camp by his parentsand FANNINGS' Jar
rler leaving Miami at 12:01: a. m., the other three boys will _
BREAD & BUTTER PICKLES 15c
arriving her at 1:19: a. m. and be taken by E. L. Lawrence who .
reaching Key West at 7:00: a. m. j plant to spend two or three days
On the return trip this truck at the .
camp.e1stChewo1efl
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Pork .
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5 Jbs. ...Oo..Oo 25cPhillip's LONG CRISP CELERY ... . 12c
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Delicious FRESH KILLED liENS, lb. .. 30c

1931 Ford Tudor; checked over thoroughly; plenty PORK & BEANS
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Spaghetti,20 oz. can IffcE.J.PeasNo.2canlOc

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