The leader-enterprise
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00087294/00179
 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 17, 1938
Publication Date: -1941
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1931.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 29, no. 2 (Jan. 10, 1941).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 29, no. 1 (Jan. 3, 1941).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
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: UF00087294:00179
 Related Items
Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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DELAY FOR II Marketing Citrus by Pound Advocated I CONE PARDON BOARD HEAD

I II Because of Florida's Juice AdvantageMarketing ,

OVERSEA ROAD'CELEBRATORS I of citrus by haw that a pound of small' ONCE GAVE KIDNAPER JOB
Instead of by the dozen was advo- fruit yields as much juice as a ;
cated before I meeting of Redland y pound of large fruit. Small fruit i
District citrus growers In Farm would therefore soon come to be I
Life School auditorium Wednesday -','as marketable as larger fruit, he I ffllH\ STATE ROAD CREWS{
I night by E. F. DeBusk, citrus'said and the premium on size and:
appearance would be reduced or I
specialist of the agricultural extension -'

\ Special Toll Gate Facilities of Florida.service of the University; I eliminated.I movement. for marketing TilE WEATHER "Amateur" Criminal! Seen

to Speed Cars I I Ninety-seven percent of COA-j citrus by the pound Is growing, the fir""' .' ....th-:; .' th. a.bt..aM.l As Crafty and Without x
July 2 to 4 surr.erH serve their citrus In Juice cltrl culturlst said, and the moreIt 11..."_.' Beat... H..t. 1'1."... Conscience'UNBLEMISHED'

I' form. Mr. DeBusk said and test grows the more advantage Flor- 9ut I Mu., MIN I ll.r I lUIn I -
TWO PRESIDENTS TO I I Ida fruit will have on the market, June 10 I 88 72 '30.171] .08 PAST
| because Florida citrus Is consider- June 11 i 88 74 '130.141! :.03
: SEND DELEGATIONS i PEPPER WIRES- !ably higher than California citrus June 12 87 14. I TO BE PART OF PLEA>

in Juice content-which is what June 13 | 87 I 69 3012| .08
:Army and Navy Units of CONFIRMATION determines the weight of the Ctti June 14 .. I 89 1: 67 '30.061.tuna < | Sanity and Legal Attack ion
4 U.> 5, and Cuba to Take I i rue fruit, 15 89 65 30021: Kidnap Statute 1
Part in Fiesta I George Merriek developer of June 16 88 67 30.041| .53 Planned
t TO LIVINGSTON Coral Gables, was unable to get I
; .j back from a trip to Key West In
t' Th r* win) no clogging oif CANNON PLEADS GtvArnor Trtd Cone who with 1
( time ,
j to attrnd H %, meeting but
Mat t'tl'lhbl'\oll His! cnblnet constitute the -.tato V
traffic at the gate The reappointment of S. E. Livingston his advertising manager, George !
of the Oversea Highway when as postmaster of Homestead Russell, spoke In his stead on the GUILTY TO THEFT pardon board before wh ,'h Fink
, i motorists start for Key West to reported in press dispatches opportunities to be opened by advertising McCall'i Jasper, Fla. at loin v will
attend the highway opening celebration yesterday as having been rejected,' Redland District fruit in plead for commutation of the death .
to be held there, July 24.Special has been confirmed by the U. S. Miami OF \ CAR sentence Imposed on him ""111"1 1
facilities and extra helpwill I Senate, according to a telegram I No day by Circuit Judge H F At* +
be employed to speed collection i I received by Mr. Livingston from i day night attempt to form was a made citrus WednesI aaeoclaI Pleading guilty to a charge that,kin on, Is said to be a trit nd ofMcCall's
of tolls from the hundreds of I Senator Claude Pepper last night.I lion for he stole an automobile belongingto family.In .
advertising and educational
cars expected to make the trip for I The telegram was as follows: j t purposes because of a desire to- Stanley Wlttkop and subsequently -, fact, McCall's $ <)-.,-month
the highway opening celebrationto "Pleased to advise of your con-, have a larger representation of I, wrecked It on May 30, Job as rodman In I stair road department -
be held in the Island City July firmation as postmaster by senate growers than was possible at this Walter Marvin Cannon was bound I survey crew which he
24.All today. Was glad to recommendyou. time of the year. The committee over to criminal court Under bond I I held Until the last winter packIng -
finishing work on the bridges ." that arranged for the of $1,000 by Justice of the Peace I season opened Is said to have
Is complete n'w and all road surface The telegram from Senator Pep-I agreed to continue, with meettn'j Sid L. Kendrick here Monday. I been made for him thioiiKh thegovernor's
The car was stolen in broad daylight influence. Moreover,
treatment win be completedby per was sent from Washington at of planning another I
I from In front of the officesof he had not yielded his steady
2 it learned lit
July was on good 6:87 p. m. Afternoon Miami program for some time In September -
. South Dade Farms, Inc, on Job to the lure of the eaiife moneyof
authority yesterday, Insuring a papers carried an Associated Press the date to be announced
trip free from slow-downs for the I dispatch to the effect that Mr.I later by County Agent C. H. Stef- Mowry street where Mrs. Wittkop I the packing season a Job paying
Key West bound celebrators: :Livingston's nomination for re- anl who presided at the meeting U employed and was driven off $200 a month was to have been
M From Key; West comes the news appointment, together with those l Wednesday; nightREFUNDS at high speed to an apartment ,available for him later on
that Warren Smith general manager of John W. Barn of South Miami house on the west side of town I Whether the "stubborn old
of the Oversea Highway and Ira C. Williams of Danla, had I where Cannon tried unsuccessfully gentleman In Tallahassee will
to get a companion with whom he Utter to a plea that the rime ot
(Continued! on Pale Two been rejected by the senate. I MADE >
The nominations were sent to I had been employed by a fish com-, kidnaping and murdering, .1 baby;
pany at Cape Sable to go with him to lessened because It was not committed
the senate by President Roosevelt
I R.DJ.A. BUILDING in the car. Cannon drove toward by "organised criminals"but
TAX Tuesday.
DELINQUENT I Miami alone. Near Rockdale the I by>> the scion of a North Florida
car collided with a truck and was family remains to be seen
LIST OF FLORIDA H.; McDaniel: Wins Trip FUND DONORS wrecked. Cannon, slightly Injured C. A. Avriett attorney sent to
To Championship BoutH. was held and turned over Miami by McCall'i' family announced -
j f f to local authorities. yesterday that h<> would
CITY TO BE SOLDThe P. McDaniel the Flagler Chicks totaling $1,400 were Issued In Jail here Cannon told Witt base an appeal to the pardon board
Motor Company, local Oldsmobile this week to all subscribers kop he was in position to raise for' commutation of the death sentence
dealer, will occupy a ringside seat|to the Redland District Improve. $2,000 on short notice, and would I on McCall'a "previously un-
Florida City; town council at the Joe Louis-Max Schmellng I)ment Association community'turn that sum over to Wlttkop if blllm .hed record" relnioncd if
In regular session Tuesday; night championship fight as one of the)building fund which .was the object he would agree not to prosecute.This .I necessary by an Insanity plea. In
authorized Clerk Flora D. Myersto I 17J national'winners In I sales of an intensive drive conducted was at the height of the hunt the event this plea fall Avrlctt
proceed with posting and sale contest conducted by Oldsmoblla | three years ago under the direction for the Cash kidnaper, and while will argue that the kidnaping
ol? property; delinquent in taxes. I The contest, which ended May. of W. W. Johnston former held in Miami to await hearing I Statute adopted by the Florida I legislature -
Fritz Schroeder was awardedthe I II, brought the personnel of Olds- president of the association. I before the local justice Cannonwas : applies only to organized
sanitation I contract on a bid I mobile's 3,500 dealerships into' Refund of the subscriptions! was i questioned at length for possible I criminals who have attracted national -
of $48 a month. Other bidders competing groups throughout the agreed upon recently after the connection with the case attention.,
were R. L. Neill. $80; C. Williams i United States. Leading dealers association decided to reline .la According to Cannon the theft of Avriett ts the lawyer who successfully -
Colored), $50; John Adams (col- and star salesmen from each group I I its plans to erect a community the car was motivated only by his defended two North
ored), present contractor '110. were selected to attend the building at Redland road and desire to get transportation for him Florida prison guards at their ti tot
The condition of certain buildings In edition to a ringside seat, at the Coconut Palm drive through solicitation and his oompanion to Tarpon for the death of Arthur M.ullrrn. <,
,, said to constitute fire and fight, the company U providing, of loan bearing; five Springs where they claimed to New Jersey )'outlwho dwd lit .f i
i other safety hazards will be investigated transportation and meeting aU per cent Interest. Several Miami have Jobs with the fishing fleetin convict camp nwestbox In inzDM .
by a committee com.other expenses of the trip. |civic leader and many prominent those waters. Ills ability to brutal nature of the priwmi'r'>
posed of Councilmen R. W. Mul- Mr. McDaniel and winner from Iother i residents of the Redland District ,raise $2.000 "on short notice" has death attracted intemntiun attention -
lins, M. E. Sever and J. F. Rohrer. I sections will leave soon for'appear on the list of Contributorsto never been taken seriously. .
Ordinance 06, providing for New York as guests tot D. E. Rals-1 i whom the money I It being re- McCnll may have been m ..,irwegr. -
i licensing of all automatic musical I ton, general sales manager of turned In full. MINISTERS! TO MEET but his conduct b, fore and
instruments was adopted. Council 'Oldsmobll There they; will join I The fund has remained Intact The Redlswd District Ministerial Mr the kUdnapJx bill b< ,-n that,
man Sever reported that all trees Mr Ralston and other company I under a special bank account sine Association will meet Monday! at Of a cold blooded, crafty ,rimm..1.
I on the town hall property and In executives at a victory banquet j I the summer of 1136, and I* being' I):30 o'clock at Ms horn .f thelUv utterly without conscleru. ,-,
f the parkways had been fertilizedCouncilman preceding the "battle of the cen ,disbursed over the signatures of C. A. Condon in Princeton I those v.houlew him and 1, < .... i
i Paul Haleyva granted I tury"; Mr Johnston and William Dualopn The Rev. Harley Core will speak ,they liked him.
.i tease .if absence for the um- Mr and Mrs MclT-inul U.f .-nn ;
ml'f. last Friday for Dublin, Ga. |the money sear banked. dinner will be nerved. '' (Continued CIA Page li'au

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Two THE LEADER.ENTERPRISE Friday, June 17. 1938

Young's Stick York-Redland, League Send

Features Home Co. Delegates to Daytona


, Win i Over Goulds The Epworth Leaver of the Red- .4 1.OPP 1.

I land Community Piurch a being'repreaeirted
at the League Institute -
In close' of diamond ball
a game at Daytona Beach thw week
Tuesday night the Home boy defeated Rev.
by the following delegates:
toutd, 13-11 Young Ml- Viand! Mra. C G. Neboa Mr. Na-

tretta and Snyder all got home omi KufeWt Mb Iden Cooke

run. while Hilaon pounded outa Miss Emily Engel and Miss June
two-bM hit and Mtotretta and j
Robinaon. They left for Dayton -
Finder each accounted for three-
and will
Beach Monday re-
base bag*. Y_', Home 'tam !. Redland next Monday.

fielder lOt four MM out of fI..j Mr. Nelson la a member of the

time up and anaemited for faculty for the .... *. I
of the Home team run.
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1''.'..... r a a a Ix. ,,_.. t1oo 1 Il S OVERSEA HIGHWAY connecting Key West with the mainland of Florid, la a lIIII'Yelolrln..
e.rt.. of 4 s a. e ...llds, s a 0MLMMIa.
t.-.. ., a s e aVIhl. U.: p 1 a m a nGarb. kill and scenic beanlr For nearly a hundred mile It curves like a giant scimitar aeroa the open see, .
.. .lb 4 a I II alard. .. o 1 1 o alataa creasing tiny coral ......ta. to the southernmost paint la the United State On the right, picture shows
... It a a I a a aa ... a I .' the
maaalvenewi 01 the structures
which have defied
"' r 1 s tropical storks for a quarter of century On the
(:-.ease No 4 e o .., oll a i
rl.der. pTOTAIJ I 1 a. t "' ....*". d ? I left picture shows the type ef surface construction used I* convert former railway bridge Into It.tooteonrret I
--. i t.: i : : ; highway brldie The two picture In the center anew different sections of the seven-mile
44 II W M 1e aHr. HaMm.TOTAU. & bridge, the loniwit ever-waler bridge In the world. The formal a-wnlng of the Oversee Highway will

.. .k r Ml MI aM. I ..-1-if I-i be celebrated July z.. by a gain fiesta at Key Meet J
at.p.r ...... '" & ,
roe : : : a : : 11-. __ . . .-11
T urw 1 H_ 4 a .I..It- '
r,-id.. ik 4 e a I' .I Oversea r wide recreation division of the. Christian Men's Union
.. ., ... ..... ...... Highway .1
( h hlr IUl.trrtt : : : : % :1 Two base Idar 0. .. .. $ : I WPA to assist the local committeeIn
*. p ..... K esrs.i double plant a. adlhs .
HII"'.II. tkft a a a a t a to Serh.r to .......: bar M ...Y the presentation of a pageant, :i To Have Fish Fry July 8
r..pIooII. d 4 a i it soft .!_ I. Mw.ua .. The... II (Continued From Pig One) :a cast of nearly two hundred wa
l-xirtt, U a i tiIf trwk Mt w i HMO I. Ties a: klaI
M, Ballm. of : a 1 a : I or" aiiMnn I In T tanliio: off I Mwtiwu celebration received a telegram -'!selected: and rehearsals ..tnted.I A general meeting and fun fry
'l'tl I ). I imtoWith ..: briar pitrb.e. 11V.INO' This pageant, depicting the highlights -I
TOTALS II It IT from Washington this I
Striebeft .04 Lamm 1 will be held by the Redland Dlitrlct -
week stating that Thorn H. McDonald of Key Weit romantic hlijtory -
Co.1. t. 1 e I 1 _11Horn. Christian Men' Union at 7
will be
chief of the U. S. bureau! presented Saturdaynight
a a s. a I-I' the score tied at the end
I to 3 Home of public roads, who had been I July 2. at Bayvlew Park.Other i p m. Friday July 8; in Legion
Tw WM the HUM i three bar kluiIMMU. of the fifth Inning. ,
so Hwri IMM ...a To.niMMMM. and Brooker had to go through named by President Roosevelt torepresent 1 outstanding attraction I hall, according to an announce
sadist Mnlflwl Brm.| him at the official lilted on the program of Saturday
...|. tyres ...... U ,...... NUko* wHlhM [eleven innings before Horn rang openIng event the welcome to Cuban ment made this week.
, to Fields! b.M M bile mltl PlutorMMMU up 4 runs, while the Brooker boyi of the highway, would be unable are The committee In charge of ticket -
I .. 4! Mrack M kn Please t. made It around the bases to attend but that Edwin W. and other official, a doubleheader -

, MlniMU 1))."_t' ......... sad UM. only twice to wind up with a '-5 win Jams, chief of the highway trana- baseball game between Cuban tale I* composed of George I

for Home In the diamond balll port division, bureau of public I II and American team, a band concert Trick and W. H. Cast W. M. Fl- I

Last Friday night the Could. game on the local field Thursday j I roads, would be sent Instead motorcycle race, golf tournament field and George L. Swan are In

diamond ball team was victorious night of last week McDonald I* chairman of the I I boxing and wrestling charge of program arrangement

8-4 In it* tut with the Home team. 11II. MM .k r kk .. a a International Road Congress matches, and the crowning of Arrangement for the fish fry
-TM .k f Ml I* II....... tl t I I which I* meeting at the Hague Mitt Key West at an aUnl.htdance. upper will be in the hand of Albert -
M DM** ml 1 0 a a ...-. se 4 l .a .a .t .. Netherlands, and was forced togo Cave, W. E. Rheney, George
.... MI>o.IoI. IT a a
I. 4 a a
se aR. ...... i i li 1J. The principal event for Sunday W. H. Sheffield and John
eo.-... ol. t I aField. a a III a there James i* thoroughly Cooper
.. ik a t a. tY.aair. .. CIoo..._. t t familiar with the Oversea Highway July 3. are a motor boat regatta Wywng
of a t eCbwhir. II......... III | | | I t
.. a 4 a 4 1 ".... ToCh.bin. and ha* been active with a double header baseball
I.. ciMimr, ikv a a e a I a s music hour featuring 59-
: relative game a
MMmta UiklHUm I I I."" _. ... .l 1 I South American government There I* no defeat except from
Ik I e a .. a-la_, ef i*' e e tr to arranging for an extensionof piece Miami Symphony orcheitr within. There li really no Insurmountable -
,._ aI lit I aLare.t4 '"""'" d r t I I l the United States governmentroad golf tournament. U. S. Army band barrier save your own
ifOTALS I TOTALS 4T f 14 M II 4 program. He has been with concert, and dance at night '{Inherent weakness of purpose -

T II 4 I 14 '1-',/ Brwkn.s. r M po a e the bureau of public roads for I On Monday, July 4. the program Emerson. !

....... .11... at.r.ra..f III'Wit. about twenty-five years and I* an will open with the final In .
r..... ab a I a 1 SNtn. ...... lit c I' 1 I 1 excellent speaker.President the golf tournament Other event I II
.,. .1 i i t i a a Hro*.r. Ik I II. eH. I
F- (.......,. 4 l i a ai Tae.... a a a 1 1 I Bru of Cuba ha .tat- will Include an aquatic show street
'.",, a 21Fd. e I Ii t. =: : : : : au t 0 ed that he will tend an official I parade. formal orremonie for the I Turner's Funeral Home
k..b.r. of i i I" ,
G--. of 0.. ........ a a a a delegation, some naval vessel, a opening of the Oversea Highway 14-IIH AMBU.ANCE SERVICE j
L I..... et a a aAnd. n. not".. of e eHuf I band and baseball team to double-header baseball game. official
a represent
._. lb a u 1 t ..'.. d I. I Lady Attendant
aft.",. It a t 1 t e. ": s. : : : 1 : a i the island republic at the banquet boxing bouts, elaborate
.11."a". No 4Uwe. .... 4arr..i. ; celebration. firework display and a closIng I Phone 584-R Homestead, Fla.
... 4 0 I" e t e a dance. 1 1I
I President Roosevelt ha ordered j
TOTALS M n 11 ijMorn TOTALS 4* I It II I* i!army and navy detachment to

* 1....1 HsrN. ll * 4.-t proceed to Key West for the gala
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T_ her bib Mmnbt ..... nrnl'' Twi bow MM MMrakUt di... UM I With the arrival last week in I
r I .mpfc.ll MMtflroi H Hbkw, K,*. .... T. Tkimii unlfliiii WHikwikw.
Key West of Mn Ann Livingston
..t. rfwbW pins: Aa/.r... to MmrO M UM> iff i OkMlnnr I. H, TVMtMk -.-
I,, A....*.. kM Ml balk deft Owuu I. I m I Ml ay Cbatewr I. H. TkoMi and Mil Christine Calico, who ,
Mrl.' ..n nfreak .rt kr OnM I. IhtMKwr ',. 1uaaMM
have been assigned by the Stater -
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13-3 Score Brings i I

Brooker Revenge :, I I '

For Loss to Home t.Y I t-'

Wednesday night the Brooker

team of the local diamond ball

league overwhelmingly defeated

the Home team with a score of
13 to 3. j

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s ; Strong, sturdy timber makes

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Fertilizers for Dade County Groves; walls, your floors-your beams-and

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Made by a Home Concern ed.


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Fire Insurance and Florida East Coast Fertilizer Col! W.D.HORNECO. ,j

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Friday June 17.1938 THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Pare Three

I SERMON TOPICS Boys Offered Room, Board, $7.50 Cash
May IS, Illl
I I Per Month at NYA Training Projects
20 Years Ago -"Mia* Josephine Pratt of Red nan BAPTIST nitxcii

land left on Wda*..ay ti this Jane II Morning: SpecialFather's -

week for Chautauejo*. Hi...., and Day service with setman I Vaeancie exist In the NYA the crop when It t* harvestedAt .J

11111IIIllliiiiilliIIDll1(1IllllllllllfIllq7b. / / ( { / / ( expect"to be gone tree or four en "The Father a* the) resident training project (or boy I the) resident training project
month Interpreter at .
,..... Cod Evening for negro boy located at Florida
a..e are .sw In Florida, according to word received \
lose!. '... '11oo OIl "'". 5..S -"Mr*. Helen Salley of Salley. sermon: Treasure la heaves" A. and M. College In Tallahassee,
....._... -_.. W r__.II......_n ."..... S. C.. arrived on Thursday to see Jane tl Prayer neeUag by Mrs. Evelyn Sander. In' training in agriculture and shop
-..4 mar, 'N' she w ._ her IOn I. O. Salley. before he abject: .P.... the Apprea- charge of welfare work In South I work ha bean arranged Compensation t
Uee." Dade M... Catherine indudo and board
left for the army camp. Her visit from Argo, room
June 13, 1111Tower wa a complete surprise to him. director of the state welfare board and emergeftajr medical and dental
and also s pleasant one. She II CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MlamLAt 'attention and a cash payment ofiS
Hall wa once more thescene staying with S. E. Livingston and Jane It --.. ... monthly.
of festivity when Ad Astra family." topic: "Is the I'alyrrM I.- the resident training projectfor TranstMrtatton will be furnished

Chapter O. E. S. celebrated In a I-"A farewell reception was given eluding Man. Evolved ky white boys .merry to the project for those boys selected. -
fitting! manner the admission of Harold Sheffield by the Community Atomic Fareer youth between the age of Enrollee have to be
nine member Into their midst. Six 23 receive their board and Lak"1
Church on Monday eveningof eligible for NYA-that mutt
of these were by initiation: J. D.I last week. A number of officers Rev. J. J. Richard Is and medic attention, and come from families' eligible forwelfare
Redd and wife. W. J. a month while taking
Owen and
made short talk, Mr. Sheffield aid from federal, countyor
wife Callfe Flower Returned to Homestead and training In farming,
and Madge plant
being among these. He was city agencies, according
Taylor. Three were taken In by a faithful member of the church nursery work woodworking, related Howard Brown district supervisorof
affiliation: O. D. Taylor and W. and I* much missed." The reappointment of the Rev subjects and general educa I NYA. Applicant mull be certified 1
J. Carter and wife. J. J. Richard a* pastor of the tion. In addition, they have the by the UU welfare board.
-"Mr*. Annie Clark Inches, wife
-0. S. Strickland and Lee Freed I Homestead Methodist Church was 'opportunity to make an Individual
of John S. Inches died last Saturday Social welfare office are main-
went fishing on Tuesday and landed announced at the annual Florida i crop for their own profit with the I
tained In Homeatead Gould and
*t 11 a. m. lingeringillness
conference of the Methodist land and equipment that I
a 25-pound barracuda which Episcopal > *
In which rheumatism seems Prrrlne. with Mr Sander ai .upervlaor. -
able and
gave Mr. F. a fine shower bath." Church South, at Lakeland under
to have been the chief complaint Sunday. ready mad for purchase of At the Homestead office,
-"Th. Homestead faculty next The funeral services took place on In the McCrory Arcade. Miss Mary
and fertiliser
year will be composed of C. M. Monday In the White Stone The Rev. T. H. Norton who served and for disposal of Bradley I* MIL Sander assistant;

Fisher, principal Miss Helen Church, Rev. Wm. J. Carter officiating a* pastor of the Silver Palm at Gould and Perrln she I I. as-
Rlchey, Miss Florence Pollard, assisted by Rev. E. D. and Princeton churches wa sent It goes on tumbling through the stated by Mia Virginia Bush MIL
Mrs. Neva Cooper, Mrs. G. R. I!I Bourn of the M. E. Church South. to Oviedo In the Orlando District, world Sanden' office hour In Homestead
Rives Mia Isabel Becker Miss I I Interment was held at Naran- and the Rev. J. E.: Waller was lent With If* headlight on are from a. m. to II noon on
Eula Ray, Mrs. Vera Pearson Miss').. to Silver Palm and Princeton. behind.Ex.. Tuesdays and Friday
Emma Fitch, Mrs. Nevada G.mble'l j and The Rev A A. Koeitllne who
-"Mr. Mrs. Lee Lehman are
Mr. *. Lucy Winter Jordan, and preceded Mr. Richard a* pastor
taking an extensive trip through
Aldus Matthews manual training i ot the Homestead church wa reappointed -
t the north as far a* Michigan.
department. The Florida City to Lake Wale Other
principal will 'be announced later; II-"Mr*. D. P. Harknes has been former pastor of the church L. ip c

Miss Wyona Webster, assistantprincipal" appointed to take charge of the E. Wright and J. G. Stradley, were
I I(Junior Red Cross work. re-appointed to Apalachlcola and

"Mrs. W. M. Bradley returned '-"Ralph Moon report the arrival eesburg, respectively.The .
it home from the Bay View Hospital''of a daughter at his home, Wed.esday Rev. R. P. Marshall, former
on Tuesday evening." i Hay 22nd." pastor of the Silver Palm church

"Irene and Pauline Brown of -"R. B Schallern, who recently who has been achieving success
Florida City were the guest of'enlisted in the navy, was married a* editor of the Florida Christian
Mary Tower on Tuesday afternoon I to Miss Llllle Hunter of Florida Advocate, was continued In that 1
} and evening." I I City, a few day ago, the ceremony position. The Rev. H. O. Cowan
being' performed at Key West" was re-appointed to Seller Glade-
-"Earl Evans has been home a
Florida Floral church. IM LUXURIOUS MEW IIPatTI BV'M
Summer left
few day on a furlough, leavingfor f I-"Glenn LOWEST FAKISCBOICB OF BOVTXS

camp on Wednesday evening." I City on Wednesday for Missouri gee. ...+a to vow 601 ..a.. e.....
where he expect to enlist in the Lighting Vp the Rear .0.0. I
I "Mrs. C. B. Plummer and children i service. This makes six boys The lightning bug I Ie a brilliant t ... e. at merle by W es y...s rat ss s
recently spent several day I who have from the Ramblers IMM T*
gone thing, Jacksonville' $11.74
with her mother, Mrs. M. J. Miami .M
Brownlow." i Club inside of a few months. But the poor thing I I. so blind.General Key Weal 4.14 New York lit

l '-"Mr. .nelM. Thomas Brewer BUS STATION] Redland Hotel. Mowrjf ft,
made the trip to Atlantic City N. I Redland Church Gives and Flatter Ae. llemrstead. Florid

-J, In two week In their car. Children's Day ProgramA
-"Clarence Sheffield hat accepted -
a government position in Washington playlet, "Who Giveth All, was
as a stenographer" (Florida presented by Mrs. A. W. January, PI
City). Jane Robinson and Martha January -
Lawrence R. Becker has been in a garden setting at the
called by the local draft board and Children's Dayprogram In theRedland
will leave for camp on the 24th I Community Church Sunday -

inaL" (Florida City. evening. Margaret Stillman HERE'S WHAT I
-"Word was received from Gro- played clarinet solos, and there
ver Becker, who Is now In France I were duet and quartets also .
that he never felt better In his t i The service was well attended.


I Public UtilitiesHomestead


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C01a0iu1ONED'F *41, 'loAror a Men everywhere acclaim Probak
Fibre Coating don more than cover the \ht'0' ; Jr.Blad a-- CAREY of a felt roof-it renews the life of the _y shaving comfort. Why Degauss
material. The light olla ionic into the dried-out felt PR thtse famovi snootk-sbavlig
thoroughly waterproofing it. The heavy oils fill up a,,8q K Uadt give yon a A*** junty atI
an amadatly low pries. Ptedu.tsi
exposed crack and form a new wearing surface. Thu I 1
r th World'.lrges blade auk*.
fibres of gel ;
with genuine
U reinforced
new r ar 0r a. ..a they noMV touch airy Ml.bae
asbestos, the wonderful mineral which is practical Or ys rvi t without pun or Irriutloak Priced
impervious to exposure. R at only 1 Of foe a paebage ofdoubleedge 4
Carey tUan Coxing: I* mad far Mt cook but k Is abet Ilea Wader. ProbstJr.
far badly worn wed roof. 0... Milan com abaal SO vian RQ .ts e.My'ti ookoa d'Irr -
..-.. our Mncy-Mvis prim@an any uantitjr.. tt Lg v.laa,


Telephone 62 Homestead, Fla.I If Ij as ..M.. a.p..r best Y erbe" \we
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j a.. and ....e trip. seer., he i iWeems
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Standard fdr ore* 6O yar haft.resew Canine HOTU seer"son p-L.


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J PWl.bd ,....rs M ._.... na.
IV w South lWtl.a c.-:

DEN .anua ..._._,__ 141.; ..
_. Lille, SOLONS

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U. S. Senator Andrew
.. "'L
AT B POO.tSY/LL 4 FLO.PioA Pepper and Congressman Wilcox
'1m:. ...", A TIA AAS zE DEEPEST Y/S/BLE o4 4' f will be urged by the Redland DIe- Y,

0I1' trict Lion Club to work for re. ,;
Safety In Riding BicyclesObey 1YATE.eN
"" stored and increased appropriations
UN/TED. STATES' for the federal bureau
of investigation -
general traffic regulation. i
a* a result of a vote
especially top signal and traffic
light ..4 hM,1CarS'fts taken at the meeting of the club
Give hand signals when you Tuesday night at the Lion Den
In Silver Palm.
want to stop or turn.
Always have a warning signalon 1r J rwaawmaNae Motion for fund to make It
your bicycle. ;, ra possible for Hoover to keep his

Don't ride too fait force of Investigator at full

Don't "hook on" to automobiles strength wa made by George L. "

to be pulled along. Swan of Silver Palm who pointedto

Rule with both bands on the the invaluable and quick work

s hand! bun.Don't done by the FBI in the Cash kidnap -

ride other passengers on case and in other caIn
your bicycle. which they have been called. He

Hate a headlight, and I tall said It would be a national calamity

light or reflector on the rear or! to allow the FBI appropriationto

your bicycle at night. -.- be cut, with the consequent dismissal

Don't coast, especially In traf- :f: t..o::: 71e of a hundred or more in

tic :... ...., '_. vestigators.The .
Don't apply your brake suddenly _.-':::. t,':" :':i'c: "' rLATTCNCLJsif club voted to endorse the
Greater Miami
or too hard. port development
Give pedestrian the right of '; 't : -ApDLe NA/L. ,1 planned for Virginia Key, following -

way. a talk by Prof. O. P. Mart of
Sound your warning signal when :.' : FOt/NO IN riORIJA' Miami. Also speaking support
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approaching intersections.Ride Tr::' CAN SURYIYG ftlfOrAL. I of the Miami port as opposed to
only on streets In which ..";:;: further development of Port Ever

I traffic U light : .. feOlf H'ATf FO .. glade at Hollywood was County

Keep to the right and elate to .' .. =: AONTHS Commissioner J. D. Redd, who
the curb or aide of road. ,- ., pointed out that It cost three cents)

Look out for car pulling from ./ more per package for Redland District -

parking place ... t _-.. i : growers to truck their pro

Do not pan automobiles ahead t!', ." ._ ducts to Port Everglade than to
of you. I Miami. He said too, that Road 28.

When driven of car coming Here at WEEKIWACHEE SPRINGS which inhabit the tributaries of the St.. from Miami to Lake Okeechobee,

from the rear found horn to paw, la to be found America's deepest trans Johns River in Eastern Florida has the will provide a direct haulage route

pull over to the right and let them parent body of water-145 feet deep I amazing ability of being able to live for from the Lake section to the proposed

pan. From Itt great depth surges a maximum months away from water by breathing adequate new port at Miami.

Look out for car which may flow of crystal clear water at the rate of air and keeping; its air chamber moist. Dur-'

attempt to pan on your rightDon't 149,000 gallons per day to make it one of log dry seasons it buries itself in mud:' LEGAL NOTICEIN
a turn or crone at Interne the largest springs in all Florida. Though This interesting little mollusk, which

(. lion unless It appear ..r.. not generally known, it has what is believedto reaches a length of 1 1-2 inches, is rf,
Don't weave In or out of traffic be the widest of TUB Jl'DRK'S COfllTIH
variety natural botanical tropical distribution only. Its surface Is of PORNDADS ('GUNT!'. FLOW
cut across streets or turn between arrowth in any body of fresh water in the olive-green banded with narrow line of IDA.AND N.. 6112. '
intersection ; ... c-a. KotIl1t1h ......
Park bicycle on the tide- UmUrf States. i darker green and brown unequally (paa your Tin FLATTENED APPLE SNAIL Emma 1_ ....., ... Dartd W.11d '
walk. Thla will prevent injury to sand.. Minor.
yourself and damage to your bicycle NOW OF INTENTION TO PROPERTY MAKE AP.
from automobile raw Florida phosphate or basic:ling," said the father of the dead 1 OWNED PLICATION BY MINORS.TO BELL -
SURVEY OF SOIL slag la applied to the cover crop child. NMlr. h habyw0 that will'County.'..'.
the Hoi.or.bl. W. r. BlMton.
The great teat of life reveal on a basis of 500 pounds to the McCall till owe J. B. Cash al Jwto of D.O.h'Coaeo'8.: at *

character: it Is not until winter, CONSERVATIONUNDERWAY acre an additional $1.50 for each $10 grocery bill he ran up a year'I Ch Miami ml. r.Morhto.In on the: IMh day of>IMh July,,

comes that we know the pine laevergreen. acre unit is granted. ago. This and other bills, such A. D., teas, .t 1':.0 o'clock A. Mn. far
While there has been a slight decrease as a haircut !he got from Barber I I authority to wll red rroptnt_... ....*.. by
I I tk. show urn* Minor and Ufollow.
from an old epitaph. NOW In sesbanla planting this,H. L. Brown "on credit" the Monday .:
I year, owing to scarcity of seed[ after the kidnaping, he doubtless Lot Fourteen (141 end H" East Ton
: there hat been an Increase In the planned to settle with the its rof Lot ". ,...... fill. 01/ Block
I.O.O.F.andKcbekahsHold Addition to the
Preliminary steps toward pay- acreage of velvet bean Two carloads I'ransom money-b.fo. proceeding city FOOT of Ito Ml.ml of Krlrkxn'Florid. b.ln a .............

Memorial Service ment of benefit under the 1938 of this valuable cover crop to attain "the better thing in life". (of from the*East NWt4)Halt of(41e"lll Sortfcm or II.Northwest Town.hlSS .

federal soil conservation programin have been used this summer and I McCall lived In the J. B. Cash aoMk. Ronm 41 inlet .! "to
several large tract have been the plat Uwrwif rotortwl Reek r? .
Homestead Odd Fellow and Dade County comneedhis horne In an apartment next to Pan. '1. of the Publll tutor of D.4.

Rebekah joined Tuesday night In 1 week. Working out of the Homestead planted in German millet. that of the Cash', downstairs, un- I County. Flori"'LVLDA tAHD8 ,.??,!)
Conversion of the Into
cover -
a memorial service for departed office of County Agent C. H crop til six weeks ago. He was given Al Guardian of tile .tano-Mnml Mlnon
meal and hay for stock feed work W. P. Cash rLARKNCK W. MKL8ONAttoTMT
by first In his
members ef the lodge Past Steffani party I* now
survey . .
much in demand at dairies, should for D f iMta t.
Grand Mauler H. B. Beattie made checking grove to establish exactly filling station and later on a new JIM IT 14: July 1. t. tl)
the memorial address, and E. S. the acreage of cover crop planted bring the grower enough profit to home W. P. wa building. He
pay his land taxes in addition to was like one of the family at the
Caplingcr read the memorial since last year' survey was
the government check for practis home of R. A. Cash whose boy
proclamation. made. Similar survey of farming '-
ing soil conservation, Mr. Steffani: "Shorty", and Harry Wright wentto
area will start shortly, Mr.
At- the names of the deceased
members, sixteen Odd Fellows and Steffani said yesterday. I McCall's cell yesterday to bid }
good-bye to the youth who "was
eight Rebekahs, were read by C. Grove acreage applictioni for said.KIDNAPER once our friend's.J. :. PAINT .
W B 1I1 row and Mrs. Blanche Chap- the government allowance showan I
1 B. Cash said last night: "I
mat. the noble grands of the 1.0. increase of 30 new work sheet I
: would be glad It you will
O.F Lodge and Rcbekah Lodge filed over last year's total of some I (Continued From: : Page One) I through your newspaper our express appreciation NOW- i, 1
pieced a flower far each on a draped 150 applications representing 349) and ) f
seen at hla lunchroom filling to the entire communityfor
.iltai Mrs. Beattie "Beautiful of avocado and citrus orch-(
sang acre
station at Princeton last night( the kindness and consideration
Me of Somewhere". A. W. ards. Observance of the various PAY A
confirmed the LeaderEnterprisestory shown u* and for the unprecedented
Joncv 1(.". the Invocation and Dr. soil-building practice listed in '
that and
of last week self-sacrificing cooperation
Irene ShankUn, the closing prayer. the schedule sent to each applicant spent the night before and after I given In the search for our 'BY me I

An .ingementa for the ceremony by the county agent' office entitles the kidnaping at the home of Mr. boy". MONTH
werr In charge of a committee I the grower to benefit ranging sad Mrs. Hal McLaughlin son-in-

composed of Mr. CapUiiger, Mrs. from f 1 JO to $3.00 an acre for each law and daughter of W. P. Cash, Leonard W. Haskln"
Ralph Moon Mrs Chapman Mr. method followed. brother of J. B.

Beattie Mr. Borrow, Carl Anderson I Planting and plowing under 'And when he took HaVi car a ne4nualne.... MA in Br.>,olrlni 1..I.adeM ifGLASSES ', OH OyteEASY tUv t iAfcN
and Ralph Moon. Mr*. Cap- green manure and leguminous cover next morning to go 'see what he I'I''It. I
linger presided at the piano.The crop such as Ksbanla, crotalertm could find out I'm certain he usedit
141 N. m. Flat tt., MI.-I. n*. '
graret of the deceased: member velvet or toy bean, Austrian to take the child' body from c--: Air Conditional .dowa"lots ,:
burled In Palm, Cemeterywere pea, vetch or rye eras la worth McCall' house to the place he led hill lti..INA Y- .oathsto..',Iatow........
decorated Sunday. '1.1t an acre. Creation.. yearly the efkera to last Thursday morn- If f.... A Cm daM
upkeep of pasture land U paid for job.do" by as aiporleaceJ

at the rate of $3.00 an acre. If DB.it r. muter painter with the t -
SBOOS H.B.Dads Co.s/&*

DR.R.S.AKERSDENTIST DR. B. E. GATLIN STEBBINSBetMsred ...., paint t'OchcD.eo-
I O4oaMtrtstU ta fee free color canto 1M
DR.M.A.BERGERDentist Mtomatk M y/
\ I I X-Ray and
Prattle ha Homestead
Office !!- t a. Ice te g p. rn.ganadaya General Dentistry Room 6 and T

i C 'e II McCrory Arcade

. ; geed s t.rdmFree First National Bank Office Moan: t .. .. to I .. m.SsHtian Hours: Ce a..ttwoaa
I Banding by appeiatmesil Saturday t to 10 p. m.
1: Parking Space MAD OFFICE Brooker Lumber Company,
Pillows Office IS. ass J50-K im W. Flatter. Miami. I1a.IU1I'JUI '"
1714 N. W. 1 TR 8T. MIAMI I Office hours 8:30-4:30 B....... $la..r rheawa i ir rll_ Ct Homestead Fb. ;;
raoM i-snt open Ivealaga by APMiasus..t I
I. -J Dr. L W. Steobln Assorbtt

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Assembly of Florida. were guests '" I 1 the play, produced by
I Wednesday of Put Grand Matter FLORIDA CITY regional director of
and Mrs. H. B. Seattle and Claus Mrs. .,. W. Ip"7.iterraMsdr.f I theatres for the t

' and Around Orinold, grand junior warden. a lafffe one and

: Mr. and Mrs. Alonao Lewd ten vice ef the entire I
F O. B. Parker spent the first half Sunday:for a two-month vacationIn federal players ;
lot the week In Jacksonville where Los Angeles.J. a number of "guest"
t he attended a meeting of the state !

milk board of which he to a memo B. and.Oscar Ooninger Jr., LEGAL
ber. left Tuesday to attend the Future
Farmers convention at Gainesville. Komi or A oLICATI

and Mrs. A. L. Hall of MIami Elklore In Winchester, Tenn., next John T. Hurst and Lloyd Craoe From Gainesville they will go to na.. "tI,-....
who bought the R. S. Bchnlb- week. Mrs. Barnes and her of Miami visited S. J. Davis Sunday Tennessee for the summer. Their I' Naire r. Otis r adds 5.0.01.f l
be place on Bauer drive and mov- daughter, Margaret will leave parents, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Clon- Tom Certificate No. 4716 I
do ., hip. A. D. ..... .. \
ed there three weeks ago are Improving next week to join Mr. Barnes who Inger, and another ton, Ronnie .y "'r.... ... ass made

the place by setting out has been In South Carolina a Mrs. Wm. Bradley, Jr. of Crescent I' will leave Saturday to join themIn .a.,tax.....dead.Yrse to loa blued sae th
trees to fill an eight-acre grove month. They plan to spend some City la now In Miami visiting Tennessee. I aroarrta a the c..tt et
Tuesday evening they left on a time in North Carolina, also her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne I Florida, t.wlta /
Lot 1/f, R. 1_ Mean \
one-week business trip to Hahlra, ---.;. Calkins, after a ten-day visit here I Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Wright who Book L Page f t; '' ;
Ga, where they formerly resided.Mr. Cheater Hawley returned to his with MiN Kathryn Cast and Mr. have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Claw af Ftariaa.TM of Mid
and Mr. Schnibbe returnedto home on Coconut Palm drive Sat and Mrs. Bradley and family. During :Robert Anderson have returned the Mid w.eaw.n ammraW leaned
their former home In Staten urday from Boca Grande wherehe her stay here Mrs. Bradley I t6 their home In Miami Oft Mid Ora aartrrirata FraatarUnloM ..
Island, N. Y. has been teaching this past has been guest of honor at several OWN due
The Rev. and Mrs C. G. Nelson tharala n.r..u. : se
year. Informal luncheons and dinners
al the OaaH HOUM lloar .
A. Hutchinson left Tuesday at the homes of old friends. left Monday for the Institute in day la t... month of
Daytona, They will be away for to ha lot "r a* A.......,
for a two-month stay Georgia Mrs. E. R Gallaher will takea I l Dated this lolh day of
and South Carolina. Mrs. Hutch- course at Columbia University Mr. and Mrs. Jules Abraham of a week. E. It. .

Inson and Billy their small son, in New York this summer. Coral Gables were Sunday guests I I Dadi f
will Join him next week. Mr. and at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Mrs. L. E. Forsyth ts reportedto (Chaos Court RMl) ,

Mrs. Buhl Walbrldgp. Mr. Hutch- Mrs. James Yancey of Miami Byrum On Avocado drive. be recovering from her recent lip M.(Ian c, 17 : :

Inson'i brother-in-law and sister, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Uhiess. \
IN' THE rfllWTY .
have gone to Detroit for the sum Stetfanl, underwent a minor operation Miss Dottle Home spent last Mrs. Jewel Owens and her three AND roB PAOli (.
mer. here Tuesday and 1* now week with Mr. and Mrs. Jules IN PHONATE NO.
children will leave Friday for their l I" Hal ESTATE OF &
convalescing at the home of her Abraham in Coral Gables. PlIHIll.Noriri.
home In Fort Pierce after a visit
Robert Gauzeni Jack Catlin TO :
parents.Mr. at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ray I To All CradtMra.. All
and Clyde Ballard and Raymond Vernon Turner left Saturdayto Clalna or Damaadi ..
Roberts left Tuesday for the C. attend summer school at Stetson I Good Ing. y.... ... aack af y-..
and Mrs. J. L. Hlckson have I lifted and required la
M. T. camp at Fort Screven, Ga. University In DeLand. said demands wklrk Fee
returned from a visit of one weekin
"If Ye Break Faith" Is .
: kava knliwt the .. .
Fort Myers with W. Ashby ., aVaaaoad lot. of
Mr. and Mrs. P. T. Turner and Jones, brother-in-law of Mr Dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. New Federal ProductionTo I..r._ bakota to tko Him '
moved June 2 to the Brown Judge of Dade I
family K. Foulk in Homestead last Sundaywere
Hickson and with Mr. Jones'niece
la .I. ortloa la Uw
house. on Redland road. and hostess, Miss Dorothy State Chemist J. J. Taylor, counteract the propagandathat :: la Itada Cmintr :::: : I
Mrs. Taylor and their two daughters Is into aliht aalandar Uptake I
Hickson, daughter of Mr. and seeping our country, flrol aablliallaa toraof. : :
Preston Bird, Jr., was one of a Mrs. Hickson. Miss Betty and Joan, of Tallahassee Miss Maria Coxe has written a 1.demands to contain the '
.party of 70 that left Miami by train I and Mrs. Hope Caldwell of play entitled "If Ye Break the tblmaat .... to to ( I II
Tuesday for Camp Cloudmont at Mrs. S. J. Davis visited from Fri' Fort Lauderdale. Faith" which will have its prem-I ooatrd bated aa Joao afnmald.t< af ar tka": I II II
Mentone Ala. His Mr. I ) IS A. D. ..
parents iere presentation at the Miami
day till Monday at the home of H. A. I
and Mrs. Preston B. Bird left by her father, L. N. Snell, in Miami I Mrs. Elizabeth Fuchs spent last Federal Theatre Monday night I Al Anefll.." AdmlnUtratnr
automobile yesterday for Hot Mrs. Davis hat enrolled for Junior' week in Tampa visiting friends.Mr. The Harvey W. Seeds Post No. 29 Fiat publlratlaa KLMER: oa M.June
Springs, Ark. They plan to spend symphony orchestra: work given of the American Legion, the Aux- I! ,Jose M I'
a few days In Atlanta on the way by the University of Miami. The and Mrs. H., K. Foulk and iliary unit and the Miami Drum today'r
there. class/which meets at the Woman's their young son, John, will leaveon and Bugle Corps have endorsed j WANT ADS
last June 2) for Allendale and
Don Murphy 11-year-old ton Club week.building was organized .Greer, S. c., where Mr Foulk will!,I .,...".." .." .." .. ".. ''''' ''' .. ,

Of Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Murphy was I be stationed in his work as a fed-| OPEN FOR THE SUMMER
sent Friday from the Jackson Memorial Mr. and Mrs. Paul Reynolds entertained : eral fault Inspector. After the'ahlpplnl
hospital to the hospital for Mr. season they will go to
at dinner Sunday i The Redlands: :
crippled children at Umatilla. and Mrs. Frank Raymond of. Mi Hendersonvllle, N. C, for a vacation :
ami. until September. (apposite F. E. C. Depot)
Misses Charlotte and Anne Lead- I IJur trader anaBacemtint of Mile Ruth Rtrrfaiil sad Mrs.

ley, Mrs. Alice Sprague and DeWltt Crosby of Saint Petersburg Kerca4e

Mia McCulla left Tuesday grand patriarch of the Grand i REGULAR DINNER: JOe PLATE LUNCH
for their home In Staten Island, Encampment of Florida, and Mrs. = iI CHICKEN: DINNER 7Se STEAK DINNER (

N. Y. where they will spend the president of the Rebekah -I .. ........... .
Crosby '
"'!!!" !r.lill.1111'.IIIIIIIIII' II'1:11.III:1IIIIIIIIIII.II11.1Illllfl.l: '! : !' "" "
iummer. Miss Charlotte hat told

the Henry Schumacher place 2%TZ'A"U"M 17"70 "IfiWaSINA Z7
which she bought last year as a cxd

home for her nephew and niece, G&LROOFING
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Leadley of

Staten Island who came down In BOY. THIS

July but returned to the North. CO. .

Mrs. W. E. Rheney and daughters -

Vara and Anne, will leave
Tuesday for Savannah where they Johns Manville SHAVING VALUE n

will attend the wedding of Mrs. Bonded Roofers } 1I
Rhene,'. brother.

I ln 'e1
David Barnes,Jr., and his brother SHEET METAL CRAFTSMEN

Jack, sons of Mr. and Mrs.
David Barnes, will leave for Camp ..... ....... W MM ,.- BEATS THEM ALL RI' .



h Instable StMtNoMM tlraa tint Harry .nlKliiaMk I Too an and/.d": .101' ... "Cary 0 % 0
HlmnMlwrlahl. koldoa .. emissions t.mstaft .._1101'w sad I
., City of Miami Tat Certificate Nmikrr4SS8M MMeatle tile teed ...... :-1oaJ l
dated tIM 4th day af July A. D. re-flee.. I
HIS, kaa IM Mid Crrtlflcata I. ny af.In. .
( aid ban mad ."" foe tax
deed to tuff Uioiwoa la aararaaaea with
Uw. Said Certificate amkrana tad (oklowlnf
Dada County dotrfe-d FtorMa ps, to-wttt.". inucud I. G. & L. ROOFING CO. I ally
Lot 11. Block 1. Citrus Park, Flat Book N.L75hat.AX.L rhaaa T-II7I I
(. Fan lit la Uw City .f Miami Caaatr MIAMI. FLORIDA i
W Dade SUM af FtnrMa.Th ij
MoMMMnt of paid aiuuarlf IrtdaT
the Mid Coni'..... .weed. was la the .._I j iI
a( UnkamniVataa. I ix.isAt
MM Cmttkau aaall to rianandMMldlM it'Y
M hnr ku dead will ta.no tlinv
.. .. tad SOU day at JlJlr. A. D. 1WI. Let Us i o f 0 You get known quality at a secord-breaking
Doled thin of Jan*. A. D. 161'. T
U"'Eo.l. MAI-HERMAN: Q {,. i a a when you Mk for Probe Jr.Blades Famous

Dadi Clark Caaala.Clmft Florida.tCtmfc Caar,. RejuvenateYour mry'i p fop for perfect shaving comron.: these Veen,double-tdje

tows laal 11 a >iy F ya Ire backed by the reputation of the Worldg largest
ar N. C. mtBtn.: D. 0.
(JtM 11. a.. Jalr 1. .. Ill Car i 41 to 1D- aI'. Automatically ground booed and
i pedal process, they tab Off stubborn wbUktre

Wood Work Q.. yi smart Of Irritations Why take chances oa ajnknow

PLUMBINGAs Fender Repairs S when you can get 4 doable-edge Probak Jr.
Body, only 100. Buy a package of Probak Jr. Blades
Tops and TrimmingSeat
; You Like It Covers

.. eRe PaintingArt's ,

E. Reed Paint Shop

IN Ke4Un4 td, Jut bell eT
, Ml N. DOM ATI.
Coronet rains Drift

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THE LEADER.ENTERPRISE Friday, June 17, 1938

I" I Social Events in South Dade '


WOMAN'S CLUB GIVES i given a belt with Initial for making ', MRS. COMPTON ELECTED
.I SHOWER FOE CLUBHOUSE the best record among the The Calendar REBEKAH NOBLE GRAND I :

Mr* Preston B. Bird, Mri. Harold boys. For the others who had -- .I Mrs. Flora Compton was i
Keith Foulk and Mrt. Henry I helped with the poppy sale Anne June 17 Father's day and I noble grand of Liberty '

Ruegg were hostesses at Tuesday's, and Vera Rheney, Ardell Parman, flag day observance by Ad Astra, lodge Monday evening, and I
meeting of the Woman'i Club of j i Charlotte Geronlmo Margaret Chapter of O. E. S. Irene Shanklln was elected
Homestead when a shower Wit, Berger Mary and Ruth Hiner and June 17 W. M. U. district rally grand. They will be i
given for the clubhouse. Mm. Joel I Mamie Poscy-a handkerchief/at First Baptist Church. July, as will\ also Mr*. Anna

I. Robinson, vice-president pre' parasol had been prepared, and I June 19-Meeting of Homestead serimlth who has been :;

sided. each was given one of the hand Townsend Club In school auditorium financial secretary.

The program consisted of violin kerchiefs. I at 2:30.: Mn. Marjorie Seattle ,

selections played by Mn. S. J. Mrs. Harold Sheffield president June 20 Pot luck meeting of: stalled left supporter to the
Davis with piano accompanimentby I of the auxiliary, made the presen Ministerial Association at Condon grand by District Deputy

Miss Virginia Frick and piano I tations. Others on the party committee I home In Princeton. ident Thelma J. Radford.

solos by Mill Mary Craw English.I were Mrs. Frank B. Rue, June 20 Social meeting of Radford gave a Flag Day .
I Mrs. Edward Norman Mrs. W. E. Junior
Orange juice and wafers were Woman's Club. Present were: Noble
served from a table attractively Rheney, Mrs. Lamar Kendrick and June 20 Pot-luck meeting of Hannah Moon Mn. Jamie
decorated with royal poinciana I Mrs. Harry Hiner. Homestead Business and Profes- Lean, Mn. Blanche ;

blouoms. I Juniors present besides those aionl Women's Club In Woman's Mn. Mollie Wingate Mrs.
already named Helen Glenn Club
The gifts received for the club were building. Belle Grlnold. Mri. Edith
house Included 34 glasses a bridge Shroedcr, Helen Norman and Lester June 21 Meeting of Gleanen Mn. Hilda Fox, Mn. Florence

ael-four glass plates with matching -I Archer. with Mn. Gordon Ivey. cettl, Mn. Gertrude
sugar bowl cream pitcher and I ;Circle Three with Mrs. Julian H. Dr. Irene Shanklln. Mn.

salt and pepper shakers, a water MRS. J. D. PERKINS IS Webster. smith, Mn. Seattle; Mrs.
pitcher and half-a-dozen towels. WEDNESDAY CLUB HOSTESS June 21 Meeting of child Mn. Compton Mrs. Wolfe, I
Mrs. J. D. Perkins entertainedthe psychology class in school clinic
Present were: Mrs. W. D. Shell- Moon, H. B. Beattie and
Club at room at 3 o'clock.
Wednesday her home
line, Mrs. I. T. Nixon Mrs. B. E.Gatlin Grlnold.
this week. High score prizes were June 21 Meeting of W. M. S. I
Mrs V. D. Bishop Mn.
won by Mrs. Bruce Ennls, Mrs. June 23 Meeting of child psychology PSYCHOLOGY
Harry Wolfe, Dr. Irene Shanklin, CLASSTO
Gordon Ivey and Mrs. Claud class In school clinic room
Mrs. Robinson, Mrs. Ruegg Mrs. BRING CHILDRENThe
Campbell.The at 3 o'clock.June .
Foulk, Mrs. Bird Mrs. Davis, Miss members of the child
Pearl Whitaker, Miss Frick and others playing were: Mrs. 23 Meeting of RedlandLadllll' chology class that meets In I
Paul Reynolds, Mrs. Russell Aid at home of Mn.i
Mb English.ENSEMBLE school clinic room are to
Horne, Mrs. Flay Watson, Mrs. Thomas Brewer. I their children the next :
Geo. D. Ruehle, Mrs. Geo. M.Sonnlchsen. June 24 Benefit fish fry at, of the class
CLASS GIVES 6:30 at Wakefield home
Mrs. R R. Kinard given byEpiscopal I(
at 3 o'clock Dr.
Mrs Robert
Glenn Jr., Mn. Orin
the teacher
Mrs. R. H. Fitzpatrlck'i ensemble at ) :
Smith and Miss Ellen Huff. 27 Meeting of Young
class opened Its series of summer Matrons' Circle W. M. S. with Mn. day's meeting. i i,
recitals with a of piano The class will end with
program Hunter
LEGION AUXILIARY Harden at 7 p. m.
music recently. The next program HEARS TWO REPORTS July 2 Dance given by Junior Thursday's meeting. I['
will consist of violin, accordion Woman'i Club of HomesteadIn [i
Mn. Frank B. Rue
and xylophone numbers gave a report REDLAND AID MEETSIN I
Country Club.
of the recent state convention FLORIDA CITY I
mainly July S Meeting of W. M S.
of the Legion .
Auxiliary at Wednesday The
members of the !
'. The program of last week's recital In church at o'clock.
night's meeting of the Ladies' Aid were entertained I'
follows I
i was as : I July ( Meeting of Legion
1 "On Parade" .. Oaynor local group. Mrs. Harold Sheffield 9 at 'a covered-dish I
Auxiliary Legion hall at 8
I p. m.
president, reported that meeting at the home of the
Frank Rice, Mrs. Fitzpatrick a ,
4 July 8 W. M. U. meetings
at a meeting at the home of Mrs l :
"Evening Song" ... Kohler July 13 W. M. U. meeting and his wife, the Rev.
Fred Redd 18 wreaths :
Ruth Rutland had been church. c G. Nelson of Florida City.

"Spinning Song" Elmenrelch made from poppies left from the Geo. E. Deuel, the president,,
Anne Rheney Poppy Day sale and that these sided and Mr. Nelson )

"The Zoo" .. ..__ Martin wreaths had been placed on the BARBARA ROBINSON I the "Summertime" ._ Martin graves of veterans on Memorial HAS BIRTHDAY PARTY Mrs. Thomas Brewer will i I
i "White Seal's Lullaby" Day.The Barbara Robinson recently celebrated ,ain the group on June 23, it '
Frank Rice next meeting will be heldIn her ninth birthday with a
', the nau party at the home of her parents,
: "Robins In the Apple Tree" on July B, it was de
Terry cided. Mr. and Mn. J. L. Robinson at,
ArdeU Parman"Brook's the corner of Coconut Palm driverand 19M ZTill
Present were: Mn. Wm. J. Ge
Song" .. .... ._. Bilbro -
Roberta road.
ronlmo Mrs. Edward Norman, j
Clarice Dodson
Mazurka .. .._ ...._._.._ Weber I Mn. Lamar Kendrick, Mn. Shef- The guests Included Hazel Jenkins -, DIXIE DRUG
field and Mn. Rue. Margaret Gaby Doris Singleton -,
Ardell Parman Mrs.
Fitzpatrick and Dolores and Ralph Mc-l I
"Swallows" ..__.... .._ .... Shafer Homestead Florida4MiurWfofN.F
Hilda Dodson j
"Scherzo" .. .. ....._ Schubert FOR ADRIAN JACOBSMr. I I
Frances Rutland and Mn. Carl Reger of Miami SPECIAL GUESTS ATTEND k / f"! .
"Tlie Fountain" ....... __ Bohm entertained at the Sun and
Surf Cabana Club In Miami Beach At the school of Instruction conducted
Mable Ruth Try oar delicious
PopeIn 1'3. :
yesterday in honor of the birth here June 9 by Mrs. Olive
the contest of the day, day anniversary of Adrian Jacobs Crosby president of the Rebekah Icea- Made aJ'r.;
"Amaryllis", Anne
won of Assembly of Florida special guests
first place and Clarice Dodson, Homested. It"lllt dalll by .... .
Mr. and Mn. Jacobs entertained were Mn. Jennie V. Gore of Miami 4r"aiat ,

second.Vera I Sunday Mr. and Mn. Reger and I I past president of the assembly Billfold CIGARS
Rheney: was guest artistand Mr. and Mn. Van Helms of MI- and Mn. Ethel Culm of Coco- sox
played t waltz by Lehbach. mUO. nut Grove, past outside guardian 98 IEJ.'Jil ..2.II'
The guests Included Mrs. C. H. I jot the assembly. { SETS DOli" forges I..h.

Rice, Mrs. C. J. Parman Mrs. E. 8. TO HAVE PATRIOTIC I I t The stations and lodge offices I Hip A fold bargain.wallet. UO' .... SC0 Big ..viag.aldg.n.
Henry Dodson Mrs W. E. Rheney,
PROGRAM FOR FATHER'S DAY' were taken by members of LibertyRebekah
Mrs. Robert Rutland, Mrs. Pope I
and Coral Rebekah
A combined I
Flag Day and Father's
and Harvey and Rachael Dodson.I Day. program_ will be given\lodges. Mn. Goldie Wolfe was I I Sack 4.16lM64t CUAR CmTAL GLASS
this evening by Ad Astra Chapterof noble grand..t 3)oubieAl
the O. E. S. Miss Either Livingston -
will give a talk on "America fine as

Woman's Auxiliary of John the. Custodian of Democracy," 25.", aaella...., ..II. .C.....oty.II.'I....... 29}.
O. Salley post of the American and each member present will givea 1'' "law _
i Legion gave a beano party Fri short tribute to her father Miss I v

momben Mary Grace English will play piano riffoodCAIOREX

py Day sale and for the other This selections.will\ be the last meeting of 1t.. BORIC ACID Vacuum Softies

children of auxiliary members. the chapter this season SOLUTIONEge'Slx
.. .
H.. .II.,
Paul Rue won the beano prize. the A_.W" a" "
genuine .. ...... f ae he jl39
for 20tswim
the most Mrs. W. Sanders
Aj a prize selling Grsmling and "Ws..
I, poppies, Dorothy Kuhn was presented her mother, Mrs. Wm. Demlngton, EUGENE Permanent "
; with a silver bracelet bearIng both of Miami, and Mn. Howard
S.Is saj / & Po ahr3 wiJtk I
iffiag ws cs
the auxiliary emblem. Johnson were recent luncheon : ,
Her brother, Buddy Kuhn, was guest of Mn. J. R. Brooks.Slice's tat lass ag Awls *W* sWUa4 Al ROJ sio ouosalrunrar
el a"1*w-: ADHESIVE TAPE
AW sWs she kM eve glace If"a plow"a" ,
I we 4. ......' E.giae Ire 0 Dec.w 141 a'sh'3 aldlies.own" 25
I wish ..JM lots ski&
Beauty Shop\\ jMtvlosj, gi Zagtee \ Rr.1y Y.W.
........ .... M '--- yourMr

fw' W ..-. wish aWl g
Arcade Allies ] ,
l 11-11 McCrory -- Hobson Owner-Operator fThcrmlquc undulations and __ I 1 1 1pltISCR1PT10NS

\l ; J g ties- -___,. bj'Bush's .
: : Croquldnole: &U.MA REX .

PrmanfnlVavu: : Barber J-*_ri"-lopW' .1u 4 Ways b edieN
Shop.. with Jra.A ....... /..... @ ousel-/ael/eeaeiew. '
\ W Carl ____..___ ..... (lit et Till, WM ___ __. IMS 810,1 Miil/ea.rM/ .iI..j..eJ
OU W T.U., lease vttkMrM & Parlor .Irr..re'. .
........ .___ .*..* CwrilUMMr .1.... Beauty arM
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Lax*! Shampoo Tints Uarinelle CesateikaTUITION Mist IJlUe Brew. Operator .
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Friday June 17.1938 THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Page Seven


: OP MAI." OP TAI CERTIFUApplication the year, ,.... haW ky the. State he advertlaad -' GROVETHEATRE CLASSIFIED ADS '

r CATRa and add to the highest bidder for I
No till rank na provided. ky Cannier 108$. of the 1 i
Notice U hereby given that Wallace P.Ferry IIS7 Ads at the Legislature apen the
bar filed with M wrlttH encore\ following described real state In the RATE: Tint insertion 104 a line; subsequent iiwcrtloM

that. UM tu certificate. together with IIIaekwoueal ; County of Dane. Stare of Florida, to-wlt 14 tin
a *
, omitted or levied Names InduoIn Pmor. COCONUT GROVE
Uw you 1088. held ky Uu State be.
: _..... and told to the .hfchrat bidder fat by Cenlflcate. No IMM of lots and rep. AIMUuee Saturday and Sunday r
Rush M provided br Chapter I92%. of theINT reeenU. tuna for the yean Ins to lots I FOR RENTFOR I FOR SALE Tropical plant, cit ,
Ado of the '-101..... upon the M. both Inclusive, nnunulmw, la n..... too to I p. m.
fcwfrw dearrlhed real I state In the Count/ Bald tar eertlfkiaui tecether with al I rus tree and troplc fruit In

af Dado BUM of Florida, to-wltl automatist omitted or levied aces will be Shows 1 and I p. m. Adm. tie aeaion. Jungle Grove, Redlan4
Lot 10. Block I. Evenrrran: CnrJ.ni I eotd U the highest bidder at the courtHouse RENT Good, rile*. roomy t
Addn The texas to be MM an evidenced I In Miami on the Fifth day of I..... apt Cool well furnlihed. Sum- road and Plummer drive.
ky Certificate. No. HIM of IMT and rap I9M beclnalm at the bear of ten o'clock ,
rceenla ..... for the yeare logo to u.', A. M., or aa Name thereafter u the .earn Sun. :MOB. TUM mer rate reasonable. Ask it LOST
both ... .. .... amounting 1471. may be reached In due -..*. I Western Union. mySTU) $
Sold Us certificates together with nil 1 I Dated at Miami. Florida this the let' June 19, It SI >
subsequent omitted 1 or levied taxes will U I day of Jun.. I.... LOST One special 9.SJ-18 tube.
cold to the klheal bidder M the CourtHnuee E. ? tEATHEBMAH.!: FOR RENT Furnished' apartment -
In Miami on Uw at* day of July Clerk circuit Court, JOAN BLONDELL, MELVYN Reward. Qlck Brook (J10-17) .
191. beginning' M the. hour of Wn o'clock i: Dado County Florida. DOUGLAS In"There's Summer rote Mn. C. .

A. M, or ae tan thereafter ae the HIM, (Circuit Court Scott) R. Big.ert, 104 N. K. and ayo. / WANTED
may bo reached In duo __. Hi JNO. PENNO. D. C. \
Dated .t Miami Florida, this the lots, Published. June I. 10 17, 1111 Always a (my 20 tf) ,
tar uT June, 111*. .j,

Clerk Circuit Court. ,' I downtown. Summer rate IPt.1 school and trade school subjects.
Dado County Florida. '
Appllcatlea No. IITI
(Circuit Court Seal) 1 Notice la hereby given that Leo lawyer Sept 1. See Henry .... Mn. H. J. Armstrong A B.,
By JNO. FENNO D. O. has written reouent Plummer drive and Country \
filed wit
Published Jose 11, 24, July 1, 1938. that the tai wrtlffcatM toenHhet with alllubiequent Wed., Thun.. June It, IS or Ben]. W. Morrli. (m16t1)FOR

omitted or levied taiea mol.... I Club road.WANTED .

NOTICE OP IAn OP TAX CERTIFICATES Ins the year in*, held by the Mate b. advertised MICHAEL HALEN RENT Furnished apartment -
and cold to tko highest bidder for
clean, all oonveniencwi. Painting or carpentry -
cash .. provided by Chapter 1MM, of the In
Notice ..Application hereby liven No.that KU W. 11:. Ste.phenaon 117 Acts of the Le.UI.ture, upon the fnl. Also furnished house 2 bed- work. Price reasonable Cor-

Agent of Mn Nettle M. Slerh.neon lowing described real I sate In the County "Island in the Sky"rtl. rooms all electric. Mr. Eva Collins -/ bet Smith' Cor. 4th St., and lit )
.. .11,
of Daiki. Sate of Florida, |
has filed with me written nqueat and Ave. at residence of W. B. Flower
certificate" together with all Lot I Blk 44 North Miami .u. ... Theta corner ,
that tie tax
.u_.....' omitted or levied taxes Includ. >ea to be mid era ..Id.n.... by Certl-I Federal highway at Modello. Homeatead. (It) ,

tug the roar loss bold by the State bo advcrtleed forcash .fiesta.... for No.the HIM sears of INI Ivll to and UM reprewnta both In. ., Sal., June 24. SI
and fold to the highest bidder
aa provided by Chapter U1M, of tho elusive, and 18., HIT and "... amouatIni -I I1.1d FOR SALEFOR WANTED Listings of house >
Ler.UI.lure, the to .n II. rent Henry
1917 Acts of th. upon and apartment for
oertlfloatea together with all
following of Dido described SUM of real Florid.I sera. In to-wMl the Coua.ty subsequent emitted or levied teem will ke SALE 200 new 10-toot Behrens it BenJ. W. Morris, N. }

W. u Ft of B 199 PL of .'. of BH oftKH cold to the highest bidder at the CourtHouse 2:11: t. Cheap for coin. P. O. Box Krome ave., north of 10-cent
In of
Miami tho 17th June Strects"LEGAL
Township ; on day "Boy of the
It.of Hong NEH of 41.SBH.The Section Into to IT.bo mid I IBM beginning at the .hoer of ten .''1.... 962. J10) store; phone ... (al8-U
of r A. M.. or aa Roes thereafter no the lame
evkkmead by Certificate No. 1164t
aro wm Kw tmm mmm
be reached In duo .
1929 and npneanu issue for the yean may eoureeDated FOR SALE Second hand FrU- WANTED-Good clean cotton rnga
at Mlmnl )[art". this the 'til
1911. to both Kit Inclusive, both Incluelvo.amounting and to 0108.4.1(14 to1IM. day of June I9I>. NOTICE idalre. $20. Inquire Leader-En-I\ Leader-En tcrprlie.

Bald tax ....If"'.... together with all E. R. LCATHPRMAM \ terprlae.
Clerk Circuit. Court,
aubeemiont omitted or levied taxes will bo Dado County "'orld..I'i .. ... LEGAL NOTICES
sold to the highest bidder at the Court'
(Circuit" Court Seal) or BALK or TAX CIIRTIFI.
Haw la Miami on the Itk day of July. ;NOTICI I LEGAL NOTICESIN
By JNO. D. C. .
beginning at the hour of ton o'clockA. :; :'NO. CATKIN for
IBM Published June lD. 17, 14, : A No 8122 my office, and have made application
M., or aa anon thereafter at the woe hereby: n tai deed to be Issued thereon. Raid
J- I Wastes M ;Ith..nll.....' Land TOO CIRCI'tT COrRT m' AND Poll .
ho marhed In duo roan. the following He
embrace *
may Certificate
Dated at 111..1. ..Iorl.... thin the .Ib NOTICE OP SALK nr TAX CERTIFI. that Company the tai her certificate filed with mm together written with request.11 BADE. COUNTY NO. 15.9 M.VICTORIA .LOKIDA. IN erlbed property In tho County of Po...,

day 01 lun. 1998. CATER I subsequent omitted or levied tees Incltid.Inn N. COUNBTLIIAM an ..n.mnrrM state of Florida. KvwlllLot
IL B. LEATHERMAN. I|I Application No. till I, llth St. Manors, a Btik,
_. Plaintiff W.
the 1911. held by the State b* '. va. rllik
Clerk Circuit Court. Notice la hereby atthat Win. Mue.elwhlte advertleed year and mid to the highest bidderfm DON DEAN. ... al, Defenflanla Plat : pare I*. In the County ofDade.
Dado County, Florida Agent for Owner, has Chapter of BILL TO PORRfLOHl TAX DEEDS .. State af Florida na embraced In
rush by IMM.
(c"""' Court Iool' filed with me written roiaoit aa provided ORDER PUBLICATION Certificate. No' n.... The .e.memrnt of
II 11'10.' -ENNO. D. c. ... .... the 1917 Ada of the LecUlatun. upon the OP
that the .lfle.
tni t Soother with all It ky Sworn BUI of Complaintfiled MM property under the Mid eerllflc.1
Published June U. 14. July &. 1UI. ........., omitted or levied taxes Includ. followtnadeecrlbed of Dade. sate of real Florida ware la to-wltc the County appearlm In the nbnve elated rauee. that KKAL- issued waa In the name ef Cecil .. Milk
Ire the I.... held by the Sate be ad. llth Mans, Rub
year ivertlaed i N and N* of SWH and SWH of I TY SECURITIES CORPORATION n I .l"ik I. n
NOTICE OP $Arr TAX CERTIFICATES and said to tho highest' bidder for BW :?and EM: ( of NEH: of BKH and NWH Florida corporation, baa keen dissolved byProcl.mallon p f'\I ; ran 60. In the roun'y of l
Rah u provided ky Chapter 182% of .. ...b_.... In :
the of NEH: of EH: and Nt of NWH oi'iv of the Governor of the But Dade. Rote of Florid, ,
Application No. 1141 1.I7 A... of tko LeeWature, upon the fol. and BWH of NWH of BFH and of Florida on November U. IMt. and thai Certificate No "%,. The n_im ent
Not.... la hereby liven that Florid. Eve lowtiw described real estate In tho County \ of BWH and NKH of plaintiff believes that then may be pow of Mid property under the Mid Certl'liataburned
Coast Ry. baa filed with mo written reaueel of Dado, klate of Plorlda. te.wklN. 1I\4 of BE%. Section's. Township 68.Rene. I cum or partlea whether natural, corporate WM In the name of Cecil 6. Miller.Unleea .
that the tax eertlflcateo together with all.ubeequ.nl Ill (L of WU of awu of NW% of ire. omtalnlne IM Acrea mon or or municipal 1..._.... In the hereinafter Mid Certificate hell be >.-
omitted or levied team Includ. IWU Section 18. Towuhlp It, Stange ID, ..... The ..... to be sold an evidencedby described" land rlalmlnl thtouah or under deemed according to law the properlydescribed
Ins the rear loss held by the State be. .* eeatatnlne onf Rom ntora or kea. The Certificate No. 1911 of 1911 and repreenu REALTY SECURITIES CORPORATION. therein will he sold to the h........
vcrtUed and mid to tho highest bidder for bees to bo oold are evidenced by Certlrl- ...- for the yean lull to IMI, a Florida oorperntisa. new dissolved. and bidder at the Court. House dime .n tie
cash aa provided' by Chapter 18t%. of the rate No 1444 of 111 and repreeenta leuee both Inclusive. amountln* to IM4.M. that mark seems" Dr parties am unknows flat Monday In the month of July, 1WMJ
loll Act of the Leotolaturo upon the '01. for the soon IMI tn H18 both Inclusive, of NWH and N'4{ of SWU ) after diligent search .nd Inqulry' mid which la the 4th day of July, I9M
owing described real I stain In the County amountlnc Bald to IITO.48. I N:1: and Noof BWH of BWH :::1 reel I property being oMWlbrd aa follow. Paled this Still dew of Mae. 1004, /
Of Dado elate of Florida towtttLota tan oertl'luatea together with allinheequeat NWH and BKH of BWH of NWH and to-will R: B. I.EATHRRNAN I
I to 14 II II Blk D, Par omitted or levied town will bo RF.riHof: NWH and FH of BWH. nndNF.H 8!* of BWU of BWU of Section II. Clerk of Circuit Co ,re.
Villa Heights Add. Th. takes to be mid told to the highest bidder at the Court of NWH of BWH and WA of Town.hlp 14 South of tUnaa 411 Beat I Dado County, ,/. rid..
are ovMenced by Certificate No. tits of Miami on the 17th day of Jun., NWH of SWH of SWH and NU of In the County of D.d. and State of (Camels. Court Bent)
1WI and repreeenta taxes for the seem IBM beginning at the .hour of ten o'clock RRIand BWH of BEH and NS of Florida By N. c rryRRETT: P r

loin to 1M4, both lnelu.lv., amounting toWin2i nay A. If be. or reached aa aoon In thereafter duo aa. the same ff.i' of SH"" and SWH of BRIO of BETA It k therefore Ordered that sold REALTY I (May 17. June I. 1.. 17 'MM.

rouneDated Section 0. Township ID Ra... II. can SECURITIES CORPORATION .
tax certificates together with all at Ml.ml rlorldn this the Tth reining its .( acrea mon or 1_. The Florida rorpontkin, now ..... and NOTICE OF APP'WATION" FOR TAX
day of I
Subsequent omitted or levied taxes will k. Juno nu. ...- to be sold an evidenced by Certificate all parties claiming Interests la, and to PIMP:
cold to the highs' bidder at the Court K. R. LRATHFRMAN No. 1911 of toss and repneenutaiea the above described property under or from I File _!
How In Miami on the nth day of June, Clerk Circuit Court, for the yean 1911 to llll, both In-i REALTY BRCURITIKB CORPORATION NOTICE IB BFRFMY WVFN t"..i 17
1"". beginning at the hour of ten clock Dado County, florlda. .lu.I.... amounting .110 II. i a Florida corporation, new dI.... or M Soft holder a. aaatanee of of
A. at, or a* man thereafter aa Our sate (Circuit Court Seal.). NEI4 lines BWH of NEH) I otherwise, ba and they an hereby required i ito H/slab Too: f rtiflratm ,:. .J"rt ,o.
may be reached I. due cou_. Published By JVO.: PPNNO, D. C. NS{, of NEI% 8f".Wof". W% of 8% al appear to the Bill of Complaint filed !, 1117. 1118, lilt. 111" And 1111. dorl for
Dated .. Miami Florida. this the 7th Juno 10, 17, 14 t,". NIP.IW14.. NA of NW'4 .t BWlfN1l, i In the Mid ...... nn or before Monday I Std nay of July A. P. 1911, hoe filed -aid
1938. 1
day of June, : of BWH of NWK of SWH. EH of SEU.I i I.h. Both day of June KM otherwise the Cerilflrntea my office. and h.. mule.
M. LRATHERMAM NOTICE OP (AIR OP TAX CERTIPI. Section I, Township 18. rUnt M, eon.uintn alleiratlona of amid' bill will bo. taken s application for tat deed to heat II, ,. ..n
Clerk Circuit Court CATrHApplication 190 acre mon or 1_. The .... confirmed by Aid drfendinla. |Iin ncenrd.nc with law Bald > ..ltl-|
Dada County, ..Iorl.... N.. IIII In ha sold are evidenced by Certificate No.IBM .I It .. further ORI>ER :O. that this ..Orderbo rates rmhrore the fallowing dm-O"
(Circuit Court Seal) Notice h hereby given that Curtla E. of 1911 and represents axes for published once n weak for four ((4)conmcutlvo ) property situated In Dade County, ,..".....
II, 11'10.' 'F.NNO. D. O. Lea her filed with ... written request that yean 1911 to llll, both Inclwlve, amountIn wool In tko _....-. .. to-wit 1
Published June I0. I'. I" ua8. the tan tertlflralea together with all ..libwuuent to Mot.II. prior, n newspaper published In Huneatoad, l.at". Work 1. Vmlnoln city Her No
--- omitted or levied taxes including All Unrest..9.... sections M and ... Dade County, rlorlda. t. In the nrv, of Hlaleah County of Iwrle.
NOTICE OP BAI.H OP TAX CERTIFICATES he year U.8. held by the State he adverJoed Township 64. Range M. eonulnlnaM I I Dated this the 14th del of May. IMI.E I' I.... of Florida, .. embraced ('. .,.,-
and enld to the highest' bidder for acre mon or...... The ..... to ha sold !:. B. LRATHERMAN. eau No. llll The ...-......., of .....
Application N. llllNotln rook a. provided by Chapter 1K1 <, of the an evidenced by Certificate No. IHI of Clerk, of the Circuit Court. I property under the ..M CerUflenU. ..,,vdl
It hereby liven that H. A. Cam.eron "l '7 Acts of the Uirhlaturo, upon the fol.Inwlnv lilt and represents taiea for the (Circuit Court Beal) l I ... la the name of Unknown,
Agent of the owner, has filed with mewnueH deerrlhed real estate In the Countyof I9>l to 19J" both Inclusive, By P J. GOUID Deputy Clerk. I LM II, Block I. .-..Inol. City "....
....III...... too Dado State of ... MORROW MAYE8 No. 1 In the
leuuwt Uial the tai Florida, l .wlt $2016.78. 7..1 AND SUTTON Cllv of Tou i, ,f
tether with .11 subsequent omitted or law Shyt RKH of NK14 of SW Ifs, NR' % All Fractional.' Section I, ... solicitors for rialnllff. I Dad.. State of Florida. I.h:; : ;: I,
led taxes including the year leas. held by of 8K(4 of SW I4. Section 10, Township 5d. Annie 20. contafnlae, IRAN mono late 10, S7 Juno I, 10, 17, IMI) Crrtlflrato No. .1U Th# ae..e.mr t !
the State be adverttaed and amid to the Range M. The teas to be raid ... evl.deneed .leea The taiea to be sold an .. .. .. 'I 9414 Property ; the .614 C-et ";nwle
hlihejt I bidder for rash na provided by by Certificate No. 1141. of IMI by Certificate No. MM of 1911 and npreaenta IN TRB CIRCUIT COCRT OF THE 11TH kwned cansw 11.1--;of Unknown:
Chapter lallBI. of the 1(17 AcU of the and represents team for the years lost laxea fur the yean lost to 1911 JII'>lC'UL ('IKtl'IT IK AMU FOR Lot 17. Block I. Seminole City V, No.
Legislature, upon the following described to IDIo both inclusive, amounting to both Incliulve, amounting to .(H. nADR COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHAN. I. In the City of R laiea h. County of Dade.
real sate In the County of Bade, Pate Ml 10. ', All Uniurveyed Section II. Township ( FRY. Ne. l ll.1.YDA State of Florida .. embraced In {'. .1111.
of Florida, to-wltl Bald tax eertlflralM tmether with all II. Hanie 88. containing 140 arras mon C. HEN NEIll I.,. Plaintiff .... eate No.' 1111 The aeeee nent of -aid
N* t BWH of SWH of NEH Loss subsequent omitted or levied tam will 1 be or.... The ..... to ba old an evl.deneed PATRICK JOSEPH Hr.NNESUKY, Do.fcadant. property leader the aald Certlfleal ..(....
B A. R/W. Section IS Township, H, mid to the highest bidder at the Court I: by Certificate No. 1917 of 1911 waa In the name of Unknown
Range II, containing .... acre mon orIOM. How In Ml.ml. Dot the Ith day of July, and represents ..." for the yean font to ORDER FOE PUBLICATION Lot II, Block I. Bemlnola CHy. .... No
The ..." to be sold an evidenced IMS. betlnnhx at the hour of ten o'clock IBM. both Ineluilve. amounting to 1184 91 Tot PATRICK JOSEPH HK.NNtSSTCY. I I. In the City of Hlalenh. County of Duds.
by Certificate No. IIM of 1911 and ..... A. af. or aa mom thereafter aa the name I. All Section It. Township se. Raaa II, UK West Grant struck Maw castle, state of Florida, na embraced In Certificate
1911 to I9M, nay ho coached. I. due ........ ennlalnlnalit acre mon or leea. Peaneylvnala.You No. lilt The eeweuemil of aaM .,..,.
:;:t.'iaer'i.I.m.r.1o: :: 110.17. Dated .t III.ml. Florida. this the lath tana te be mid an evidenced by Cort'r'I.I II are hereby notified and reoulred to I any under the aald Certificate hued was
Said tax .....it."I with allaubemuent day of Jury rate 1911 of IMI taiea appear to the Bill of Complaint for DlI Unknown.
omitted or levied taxes will ba 1111.E. P. LEATHRRMAN I for .:.0.yean lost M ;::1-7:1' .I I I voroo filed In the above sated taw on |Ilnr"I-'k'. Hemlnela Cloy ... Vn
said. to the highest Udder .t the Court Clerk Circuit Court, mounting to lilt 71 1 er before the 4th day af July !%a. other. I,, I. In the City of Hlaleah. County of Owen.
How In Miami on the IHh day of June, Dade Florham..1 1 Lou I. I. I. Section 4. Township' 40,1, Wise the alkmalloM of the Raw Bill will BtaW of Florida. .. embraced In "...tlII
1911. ken-lanlnc nl the bear of ten .'....k (Circuit Court Seal) I Range II, containing Kill ..... more/ be token regains you aa sentenced I Irate No. 11(0. Tho ae..e m>nl of mid.
A. M.. or .. mom thereafter na the memo By JNO PENNO. D. C. or .... The tan to ba sold. an .... This order shall ka. published Pees a peopeny under the mid Certlflrnto Issued
may ka reached In due _.... Published June 17. I.. July I. 19.1. deuced by Certificate No. sail of logo and' week for fear consecutive weeaa In theLeaderEntorprbe won I. the memo of I/nhuewm.
Dated al Miami Florida, this the *th ..........to axes for the yean last to lots Dado Coons FlorMn.E. lot la. Block. I. Bemlnnla CUP. Ber No.
day of Juno, IIM. NOTICE OP Or TAX CIRTIfl.I both 1..1..'..., amounllna- its II. B. LEATHKRMAN.na I. In Ihe City of Hlaleak County of Do.....
C. H. LEATHERMAN |I SALK All Section II. Township ... knows Clerk of the canal Court, Stale of Florida aa embraced Cerllfkwto
Clerk CI..1t C...... Application No ..c. '' enntalnlne 149.M acre mon or leea. (Clraall Court Baal No. IUI. The aeaeaement of aaM pro,.
Dado Co..nlT. 'lor.... Motloa b hereby i-lve that Burdette E.r taiea to be told an evidenced by Coma"le 11'1 By P J. GOULD Deputy c..... arty under the amid OnlflrnU ....... was,
(Circuit Court Pool.IBy Simmons, Atent ml tko. Owner, kaa filed No. 1911 of feel and repneenu CARE CARR I. the name of Unknown.Unleae .
JNO. FF.NNO. D. 0. with ma .written raaaMt that tko Ml ear !i for the yean 1911 to .. both (' ': :1' BoUelton for Plaintiff. Raw certificates shall A* ae.
Published June II, 17, 14, IM, tlflretM together with all subsequent!lamountlnc M 1117.II. June. .. In. 17. 141 July 1)) doomed aeeerdln to law ta> deed will
omitted-or Mad team' Including tie I! WaatNRaofNR" hone thereon on the Huh day ef JuJy A.
year NWI414N
NOTICE OP BALE OP TAX CERTIFICATES KM, held ky the BUM be advertleed and
: sold to the highest bidder for Rush .. pre, NWH, and S%. Beetlon 17. TewnekllT M.1 UCKD. CHAPTER: l>llf. ACTS OP IMa, this lath day of June. A. D Ma.
Application Ne 1141 Fiscal. by Chapter; HIM. of the KIT Aeta'' Pane. M containing 415.66 seem mon HI.B AJ072.0.naft E. B I.EATHIRMAN.
Most" II hereby gives thai P. H. Irwin, of the '-......... upon tie folwwlnf': or lee. The taxes to k* cow an evl. la .hereby tl'.a that ....... and Clerk ClrmM ("iiurl.
Bertha .........
the domed by Certificate. No. 1919 husband and wife bolds Dado County FlorMn.
bee aw with r written reo.ueat that I deocrlbed real ...... In the County of of 1911 .
In aerurieaua together with all aub* Do.... state of Florida ...wit t repneenu taxes for the yean loll of Bate and County Tom Certificate.No. (Circuit Court Real)
..... both /.. .. ... .1 I7t% and I7M7. based the lot day Ry N. C. STERRETT D. C.
amounting ..
secret omitted a* levied tsar iseludl.ONLY .t! Lola I. 4, II Sad 11. Block 4. A eld. Plat,. to Ktl
Palm Park. Tko laiea to ... avid are 11014... ...U,...... anther with of Asset A. D. IMI, hove filed Rune In Juno 17. 14.: July I. I. lot

vMeneed by Certificate No. 11714 of 1431B" aubeeeoent emitted er levied ..... will b.*
the Years IM to1 I told to the highest bidder at the Court
s ....lIn. to I'.' n. Route In Miami an the nth day af July
Plat Palm Park 19M hawking nl the .hour of ton .'."" .
The axes to .be sold ... evidenced by Certificate A. M.. or aa mesa thereafter a* the. memo
Not SI74I of Its and repreaenuutoiea most ho reached I. due coat". -1
for the inner 1114 to IBM, both la1oluitve. noted at Mami. nor... this the lath EDWARD STILING
amountln to 111..'. de" .1 Juno. IN. :

MONKEYJUNOLC SaM tax aertlfleatee with all euharaoealomitted I E. R. LEATHPRMAM. ;
or levied .... will be said to the Clerk Clnurt Court, ,
highest bidder nl the Court Horn la III- Dt County, ,....... ;
ami, an the Ilk day of July IU.. .beiln.aim : (ClrmH Court feel I
IN THC U.S. at tko bear of tan oeMck kU oraa By JNO PENNO. D. C Real Estate General Insurance
anon thereafter na the aamo A" ., betmrhed I Published June 17. 14, July I. I.... I !I

Itt due sots.
Be* Florida'* Monkey Dated M 1110." PIwIda"" this UM. llta NOTICETo
Juno-la Drive grant day af June U... I Wines It May Concent ?him la to
on liras read Bealk efPetera E. .. LCATHKRMAN.: arrve saw that from thai date forth I
on Miami Clerk ClreuHV Court win net ka. mailn.lam for soy dabs a. Cor. Palm Ave. and Ave.Allis B Florida City Fla.
emeetoad linkway. Dado County. nor..... owe them contracted by myerif.LANDON ,
Clre.lt Court Seal) CARNET

11.4.y. ?'i99416 D. C J May M, 17, June I. 10. I'. 14, July L eat
Published. Jane 17, 1

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a Page,Eight THE LEADER- ._ -. _ENTERPRISE.. Friday, June 11, 1938

I ties to the heavy agricultural afclp- INI:17F!Ti: :if 111:T 11:11: IM I A1711:1M: 1111:1! : 11;[11111;
MIAMI PORT IMSENDORSEMENT,ping Interests of this section" e
The club at Ita meeting Wednesday I Fancy Sunburst
noon in Legion hall continued
a round table discussion of ways, Bartlett
' and mean of fitting preaent day 1 1 D
r OF ROTARY CLUB youths for available work In the' RICE
community and the po lbWt
their! Pears
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making places for them upon
I The Homestead Rotary Club'i graduation from high school or' _
endorsement of the proposed One 5 Ibs.
r college. new calling for
t Greater Miami port at Virginia which enterprising youths should. 1 f 1 No,2'/scan18c
Key wu telegraphed Wednesdayto be fitting themselves la that of
Alexander Orr Jr. Miami city I guide for Everglade National e I9c
! commissioner, who will leave soon J Ji' Park which will be developed to
to confer with and I i
army engineer
the west of here Rotarian George
i' PWA official In Washington concerning )
Wakefield pointed out.

't o. Endorsement, estimated the port at of development$7,000,000 the project, project by- fiscal Installation year beginning of officers July for 1 will the Red Bliss Potatoes, 10 Ibs.1.9 PRIMEKALBERTING I IBALLARD'S
be made at a Ladies Night meetingto
} the club was voted at a recent
be held the first
on Tuesdaynight /
t meeting: and telegraphed Wednesday in July, the club voted. ) Plain or SelMUsin TOBACCO
after It wu announced that 5 lb. pk?. .......... ..... 24c .
endowment:Mr. Orr wished of this to take nature it ai many pot-,a A minister certain, church and two was candidates in need of,I hur 10 lb. bag ........ .. .... *5< 2oztin .
/bl./ with him. The telegram the Rev. Mr.Adam and a Dr. Low,' 20 Ib. bag; ".-... ... ... SSe .LUCDixie
reads I offered to preach. Dr. Low preached SAVE THE COUPONS
"Homestead Rotary Club unan- in the morning, and took for' Crystals
imously endorses Greater Miami his text "Adam where art thouT"
port plan, ai adopted by City of I Him discourse was pleasing and MAYONNAISE PLATE gm SUGARSanitary
Miami because of proximity and the congregation were favorableto I I II PINT JAR ic
availability of proposed port to him. Pack
farm and grove area of South Dade I In the evening the Rev. Mr.I
1 ask County that and Florida Keys. We.I Adam"preached, and took for his JEWEL LARD, 4 lbe pkg. . 45c 5 lb. bag ._ .27c
you urge army board to text "Lo here am II" The impromptu -
consider Importance of nearby and his sermon gained
deep water transportation facili-I him the church appointment.-Ex.I DONICO .
Peanut Bu ,
liler -

Oldest Chevrolet '0' N'C E N T RAT E D
2 lb. .Z5c SUPER SUDS 2m'19c
jar .
l ,....alU1 eOI1./Ver/ ee.aias.M...

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Dealer on East Coast ROYAL QCTAGON POWDER et1.tut 2"9c

Gelatins andPuddings
[ SUDS lilt -19c
MARCH 1928 S ds.....liD lOX .
...,..-..-..--".........,rLAN...,...,....."".....--'"""""'....W..-.........". '

Chevrolet-1936 standard Coach;new pkgs.. 14C: 5 OCTAGON SOAP .:: 5-21c

paint;seat covers; five good tires;

steel body and top; :Fisher no- FREEt! TEA GLASS Decision

draft ventilation; clean; motor with Broken SlicedPineapple 3 tallParkway

Tea cans

d Chevrolet-1933 Coach;new, seat covers I

; motor in fine condition; avery i 1-4 lb.pkg. ... 19c No. 2% can 19c 2Ocs

popular model; paint in fine Heinz

shape i e50 GET THESE THREE Tomato Catsup,

Willys-1934 Sedan;good paint;motor I 'ALOE 5.OG.=s,a=,all". '- lg. bottle 21c

and running gear very good; five /SPRY 3 lb. can un.. ". 55c

good tires; seat covers; owners of Osceola
I APPLES (WINESAPS) 5 Ibs. .. n. 25c PEAS
same model report up to thirty !

miles to gallon I BANANAS, golden ripe, 3 Ibs ..., 13c 2 cans ....- 27c

Chevrolet 1936 131-inch Truck cab i
and flat body; paint new; six tiresin Country Roll Butter Sunlight, fcjlc

good shape; 32x6 8 ply on rear; .:;

motor gone over; body 7x10; will NORTHERN .;'. N -. CUDAHY'S I
Per lb. t1 "rom4/,
letter your name and address on I Spinach 29c wnnonvAKw mom
doors. We have this for "
priced ;
21bs _.... __ 15c
Quick sale :

Cauliflower LEG 0' LAMB, lb .._......- ..- 25c

Bird Chevrolet Co. : Ib.' lOc WESTERN .

CHUCK ROAST, lb. ...... .. .25cCARROTS
103 N. Krome Ave. Phone 98 i "GREEN TOP" .

iI I Sliced Breakfast Bacon, lb ... 29c


2 bunches 15c VEAL ROAST, lb .-..-... .... 29c
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tI' 4 4_ _
Portable Electric and AtetJeDeT'I '.'ne Cylinder Blocks Yellow Western Round
Cylinder Meads AlMnlnan Castings and BoUcra.AetemotiTe } Gerber'S.
, JlatK ne Rrpalrtng-Catering t.garages In male Onions SINJ.tI FHiJ STEAK
bearing pouring and aligned naming, connecting rod pouring 1 CANS
and boring and cylinder bortaf. VARITIS

EXPERT WORK31ANSIIIP GUARANTEED 3 lbs. 14c !'IfI! 11 FOR BABY- ZSC-. ]lb. ._ 29C


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