The leader-enterprise
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00087294/00180
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Title: The leader-enterprise
Uniform Title: Leader-enterprise (Homestead, Fla.)
Portion of title: Leader enterprise
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: South Dade Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Homestead Fla
Creation Date: June 24, 1938
Publication Date: -1941
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1931.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 29, no. 2 (Jan. 10, 1941).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 29, no. 1 (Jan. 3, 1941).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002057831
oclc - 33835104
notis - AKP5867
lccn - sn 95047482
System ID: UF00087294:00180
 Related Items
Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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Planning Mass Protest '\1

Against. McCall Meddlers !;


PROPOSE FAIR;II Time Not of Greatest Far Off, Believes Prosperity I Local for Realtor U. S. I[PARK MW 1 MEETING CALLED FOR :' i

TRADE BUREAU f BY H. A. CAMERON-.. |I,.surpassing anything that has gone SATURDAY NIGHT TO FIGHT

A few days ago It looked to me, before. It will be a time when
M though only President Roosevelt there will be practically no unI >
FOR SHIPPERS: Henry Ford and myself continued -;I employment. There will be a ;
to believt in the United tremendous buying power, which
Slatei. Every one throughout I I i has been latent for the past several -
the entire 48 states seemed to believe months. With this Increased .
C. of C. Calls Meeting of that we shah never again buying power our local farmers -
Lime and Avocado experience progress and prosperity. will have good markets for their I THE WEATHER I Pretended Conversion Is

Industry Every one teemed (or is products at profitable prices, given ornetai w.uhe-t of 'M ...._1..11 Called Mockery of
It seems!) to be downcast and dis favorable weather conditions. 1hwMws. ........ 11-.... rims.MI. ...I Christianity
couraged. I I| I was much Interested ins financial ,
CODE WOULD AIM AT It Is just Impossible for me to]I review published a few days i iI June Dall IT I Mu.1 88 i 68...\130081 I 16.n I\ Steta.08' HOMESTEAD PASTOR

ORDERLYMARKETING"Suffer I believe that way. or to feel that ago from which I quote In part I June 18 88 1 88 30.12|
I way. I am convinced that during as follows: (June 19 I 89 '1 71 I I FAILS TO HEED PLEA
More From Each the ensuing three or four yean I "N%v York June 20.-The cloud' June 20 89 TO :30.131) .08 I\
Other the United States will experience of business gloom casting Its,'June 21 94 \ 70 |30.OS| Richards Stands by Former -
Than From California
: Its time of greatest prosperity, shadow over the country has hit. June 22 '93 I 68 iSO.04)) ,88 Advice: "Let Law
Cuba" moet places except the private offices
or .
June 91
23 I 166 30.091DAM |
Take Its Course"A
of banking, manufacturingand

.L. A fair practice bureau lot the TRAIL SIGNS .TO., commercial executives.! In
thettrwatch towers there deft: mac meeting to protest '
.. fvocado and Persian lima industry : are r SUIT WON ;
will be proposed at a meeting of HOMESTEAD ARE nite signs of optimism. I against the action of 14som ministers -
growers shippers and packers 'Corporate heads know the I i / and others who arr Irving
near-term outlook .ls becloudedbut I .
called by Redland District Cham- BYSOTTILESINSUPREMECOURT unduly to Influence Governm Cone
ber of Commerce for 8pm. next ORDEREDBYCLUB they don't feel that way about and the state pardon txMirri" to
Wednesday, June 29 In the Red- long-term prospects Business I commute the death sentence of
land Farm Life School auditorium. conditions during the summer I Franklin P. McCall ktdrwp-mur-
Notices of the meeting are being Two reflecting signs directing month are expected to see a leveling derer of Skcegte" Cash, him been
sent out by a committee appointed motorists to "Turn one-half mileto off of the recession. Betterment
called for 8 p. m. tomorrow night
The Florida court last
at the chamber's regular meetIng Homestead and Oversea High Is anticipated with Labor Day. I supreme I In Legion Park, Homestead by a
week affirmed a decision of theDade
Wednesday-Bight of this week. way" will soon be erected on the 'According to the best of authorItative -, I committee composed' of John P.
County circuit court In
Dale James, manager of the MI- Tamlaml Trail on either side of opinion, the clouds of gloom Nesfsey Steve Trumbull and
ami Fair Practice Bureau, will be the entrance to Krome road at the (Continued on Page Four) :granting the county an Injunction commissioners restraining and Charles Pratt, Redland District
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the speaker Says George L. Swan distance Indicated on the sign
grove owner
county road forces from removinga
chairman of the committee arranging boards, according to a report made I Questioned to Atsncmted
as an
dam constructed: by South Dade
for the meeting: Wednesday by a Homestead Rotary -
Farm, Inc, at the mouth of a Press report that he had declinedto
"Mr. James, who has performed Club committee of which
movement to have Methodist
join I -
ditch at the Juncture of Tallahassee
a complex and HareuleaA task for Frank B. Rue is chairman. -
LEFTY SHERARDSLATEDTONIGHT I and Campbell roads, four miles ministers of Florida seek
the Miami merchants, will explain Mr. Rue said the signs, which east of Krome avenue. clemency for McCall, the Rev J.
the mechanism oT his organizationand at night will be visible from the ,J Richards pastor of Homestead
The appeal from the
tell of some of the problems reflected headlights of approachIng Injunctionwas '
Methodist Church, said last night:
taken the commission 'I
by county
It has successfully met. An open ,cars, have been ordered at the 1 I with J. M. Brown and Daniel-,!I "I have received the circular
forum will follow Ms talk. club's Efforts will be
A diamond ban game tonight on Williams, farmers on land to the I II ]i i letter sent to Methodist ministers
The avocado and Persian lime made to get the state road department
In Florida the Rev. A. C. Mr-
the local field between the Goulds,J north of South Dade Farms land, by
practice bureau would set up to erect them, since they will I
Call, uncle Of Franklin P. Mc
and Brooker teams will be for the as Intervenors.
(Continued oa Page Four) contain no advertising.Tom
Call. I have not and do not Intendto
Crsntham was welcomed benefit of "Lefty" Sherard, manager I Brown and Williams and other
of the Brooker team, who farmers to the northwest of the take any action on the matter
back as a member of the club after "
NEGRO SHACKS sustained a broken ankle In a South Dade Farms area claimed either way.
'a long absence occasioned by ill- I[
Mr. Richards declined to amplify
game last Friday night between I that closing of the culvert under
ness. his statement It Is known, how
Brooker and Goulds. The Injury Tallahassee road and Campbellroad
TO BE RAZED IF Head will In all probability keep him off prenIthe easy flow of ever, that he served 'In the volun
Pratt Elected to leer searching parties under FBI
i the field as an active player for (Continues on Page Four) I
Avocado and Lime Co-op the rest Of the season. ---- --- I supervision following the kidnap-
Special "Lefty's Ball Game" big and was among those/ who Usedtheir
Charles Pratt was elected president tickets have been on sale since the REDLANDBOYS Influence to prevent any
of a number of of the Florida Avocado- It tint of the week, and from all semblance of mob disorder argue
dilapidated dwelling In the negro i Persian lime Growers at a meeting available reports advance sates indicate WIN FFA HONORSAT big that the law should be ..Dowedto
section of the city is expected to of the co-operative associa a record attendance. All take Its course.
follow a survey of the situation I; tion's new board of directors Wed proceeds from the game will go Mr. Richard admitted that *e
now being made by I committee nesday night In the offices: of the, to "Lefty" to be used In meeting CONVENTION had known and been friendly with
appointed at Monday 1 aht'. meetIng -I Redland Citrus Growers Association I eKpense I incurred ,by his Injuries. the McCall family in North Florida
of the city council Homestead.. I 'Lefty"' Is a city fireman but since lor 33 years. Although he M
Action followed the report of! c. G. Calderwood was elected I I his injury was not sustained inline First place and pennant in the slated that any quotation ,of hint
Councilman E.C. ChronUter*buildings first vice-president; W. R. Watts,I of duty, no Insurance is slat r F A. parliamentary law be limited to the fad that he had
committeeman, Who told thecouncil second vice-president; R. C. Me-: available to him. contest held in Gainesville last received (the letter and would* take
that prompt steps should Donelt. secretary, and J. P. Brook- The management of the diamond week was won by a Redland BO action one gathered that her
be taken to correct a condition er, treasurer. Other Members .( ball league wishes to thank the Chapter team composed of War was I minister who had rrrused 14
that menaced the health and safetyof the board of directors, elected, umpires and score keepers who ren Wood. Willis Baxley Alvin be ruled by maudlin sentimental
the community. Besides being: Thursday night of last week, are are donating their time for this Prothero Don Lair Walter Thompson Ity.The
unfit for human.habitation, many' E. A. Antes, Francis M. Dolan, i."fame, and ail others who are cooperating and Larry Holt. The parliamentary I call for the McCall eommu
of the shacks are fire and storm W. English ana C. W. Zarlng. to make the "Lefty ball contest was an event of ration protest meeting signed by
hazards that should be removed, E.: A. Carter, manager, announced game" a luceeas.Admission the state F. F. A. convention. I Mr. Neafsey as chairman of the
Mr. Chronister said. I yesterday that the Florida Avo1 Is twenty-five cent Having previously won the right committee, la as follows '
Seeking a solution of the probe cados-end Persian Lime Growers The game win be called promptly to anticipate In convention events "Friend of Skeegle Cash and
lem are Mayor Tom Harris, Mr. would' move Monday Into the at I o'clock. by excelling hi the various contests all believers In American fustic
Oironlster and Councilman W. R. Chambers pecking house at Prince I held In t.biIdUtrid some time are earnestly urged to attend a
Bird, sanitation committeeman I ton, used last season by F. a Bui- Lefty" Shersrd' Injury Friday age Redland had entries In ether I citizens' mass meeting at U-glon
who win report their finding at lard Effective Monday he said sight of last week, at which time state contests Willis Baxley, Park, Homestead: on Saturday
the next meeting. fruit Intended for packing and''he broke I small ankle-bone la placed fourth in the public speaking night June 23, at eight o'clock.
Councilman Frank B. Rue re-\shipping by the association should'sliding! for second base In a dlai contest, and presented his,I The meeting which Is called by
(Continued on Page Three) I be delivered Jo the new quarters i 1 (Continued oa Fag Two) (Continued on Pail Three) I (Continued en Page Two)



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" \ Pasre Two THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Friday, June 24, 1938J

MEDDLERS means that no mother can feel safe -' W.M. U. of District Holds Golden
IN Florida and that winter visitors SERMON TOPICS '

6 I will avoid us as they would the CHURCH Jubilee in 1"1
nan BAPTIST Rally Baptist Church.:
(Continued from Pace One) plague. 1
\ Jene M Morning
'II i: a commute of eiUsens, 1* Intend- !'The people of the Redlands who -
"n_ Christ Fulfills line Meal
} ed as a protest against the action: ,know McCall for a smart Aleck .*''; evening stresses "1be I An all day district olden Jubilee Uldine Falrcloth and Latrett ,
of some ministers and others who and one who disliked work but I erine Shackelford, Doris .
held Cheshire
Rewards ef Christian Life. J rally was in the First Bap- ,
are trying to Influence unduly wanted money demand that this Waters. This
; also
jtlst Church and sang the
Friday, pot-luck
i Governor Con and the: state par blot on our community be wiped golden Jubilee hymn to piano
don board to the end that the Just 'out by the death penalty. The luncheon was served In the Sunday by Nadine Cilmer

* sentence of death of Franklin I'/i:meeting on Saturday night will I,I "Christian SI LeaeMeernMBtopfei Science." I. school building at noon. and Katherine Dixon gave a read-, 1

pierce McCall be commuted to life provide the citizens with an op-] Mrs. Frank Irwin, district sup-jl

imprisonment I j!I portunity to express themselves R. Tl .., a .1..1 I'erin Undent, presided during the Ing.An Intermediate O. A. ,
RM. Sk S I S S I *' group
"McCaU baa bad a fair trial and, regarding the matter and enable B.-..... I' 4 0 e e morning session. After a de- Melba Van Winkle Carol Walker.
i ha pleaded guilty to the lowest them to show the world that we E. SulllC... Ik 4 S I 1 S e votlonal by Mrs. Catherine Pickard
.... I Mable Ruth Pope and Anne
FlorldL't tS order-and for absolute IU. rf 4 e I I
crime ever perpetrated in stand for C. -.. If 4 I 1 *I Mrs. R. Edwards, president of Shnckelford, sang "Jesus ts Mine.
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We believe he deliberately murdered justice." E;, .. : 1 T 1Brjrut j the W. M. U, gave an address of The R. A.
I e S S i *I group was represented -
Skeejle. as it was the only I --- welcome, and Mrs. P. L. Tucker, : by Ray Andrews who gave two
.f thing to do to save his own hid. LEFTY GAMEContinued TOTALS IS I I 11 S S jubilee chairman of the Miami Association readings.The .

When he threw the dead body of H_ .... ... .. ..._ 010 010 soaBrooker talked on Jubilee work.
v: the little boy out to rot in the sun ... ........... ... 001 fee so0s.Mrs. C. N. Walker mission study Y. W. A. work was explain.

\ and the rain he.proved hlmseU ( From: Page One).. I Il urtftmi I C. 11........ WM m kill. off (I Chairman of the Miami Association .ed by Miss Lucille West and members -
of this associsti Ml V
than beast Mccall the Robust T. H. Tkimu 4. 11I'.... ss A.
lower any [mond ball game dampened Ml br> spoke of mission study work
he''l N- ... 4. H. Thorn. S. i (era Fitch, Miss Ellen Vann Miss
, r showed what a rat he Is when spirits of members of the Brooker V.pkout ....h..d LUM. in connection with the Jubilee. Mrs. ,
} took 110,000 of hard earned money team of which he Is manager, I |Julia Polk outlined the goals ot Eunice Walker. Miss Lucille West,
i Miss Elizabeth Mcllwaln
from Cash with the promise of returning of trimmed gA. I and Miss
(but in spite tha44hey Wednesday game between :,the Jubilee. Prayers were made
Effie Mae
his son when Skeegie was the Goulds team by a final, Home and Goulds was i by Mrs. Polk Mrs. G. A. West, I Waters sang "In the ,

I lying dead in the bushes a short I core of 11 to 5. ( trimmed to a seven-stanza affair Mrs. L. A. Wise and Mrs. Pickard. I Garden.

distance away. His attempt to I ....... .k r kk M a .'in order that both players and 1 Mrs. Bert Andrews district I Present at the meeting were:
1 ....... Mrs. I. T. Nixon Mrs. W. D Home
fix the crime on Asbury Cash >t I I 1 S 0 spectators might: hear the people's leader,
young presided
c. BuiiiT.ii. if I' i t s s !Mrs. W. R. Cheshire Mrs. S. A.
proves what low animal he is. Wltthop. Ik I. S S S S Louis Schmeling championship at the afternoon session. After a '
From first to last McCall has violated 'T. Thonw, If I" S I S match at nine o'clock. The Goulds prayer by the Rev. C. N. Walker I'King Mrs. Andrews, Mrs H.
H. '""'- ".. f S S S I Schauberger: Mrs. A. D. Smith,
every rule of decency that R:. ..111.... Ik I' S I boys defeated Home, 4-1. |the auxiliary hymns were sung by
Mrs. Mrs. Wise Mrs.
mankind holds dear. He has bad Brookw. Ik 4 I 4 *' .. Irwin Walker -
Hww k kk the Five little
congregation. ,
> > girls
a high school training and boasts C. l.lio a 4 I I I ... Bbhotl.. it I f S 0' 0''Geraldine Mrs. T. D. Piche, Mrs. Jas Gii-
fIII S S I' S 0Willard. Shepherd Betty Skiner,
0 I'I 10. Bullto.il.. Barrow, M 0 0 0 S I S mer Mrs. S. H. Filch Mrs. J. R.
him rt S I I *
that his football coach taught
Ruth Creer
Toorf 1 0 0 SMMnttM. II. Virginia Nixon and
RIH. Ik 4 I S I S IIftlo ....... n ,Pope Mrs. Edwards Mrs. Pickard,
to play fair but when he stole the a 0 I. I
Betty Schauberger, and
If a 0 a s gave songs Mrs. J. Tom Vann
0 Mrs. E. U. Lawrence
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( little boy and robbed the child'sfather c......... a I I eL .Scripture verses as representativesI
TOTALS to IS S IT S S Mrs. O. A. West Mrs. Polk,
; he violated every rule of i I ., CCa.pbel4. Ikf i I S 0 S 0aleck. I of the Sunbeams. ,Mrs. R. E. Shepherd Mrs. Ellis
-U all kk
> r a
decency. M I
s | Ik I 0 a tI 1 A playlet, "The Mite Box Convention .
Cm. Ik i > 4 S S 4 SIMMtot I Faircloth, Mrs. T. D. Shackelford
Nelson 1
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"Trapped and cornered McCall HI_. 01. 4 I 1 I p ,,
: .I + | was presented by a Mrs. Waters and Miss Alene
1: C.rpb.n 4 a
admitted that he alone is guilty of TOTAL II 1 5 J' T 1 '
.11. a I !'O. A. group-Estelle Faircloth,I'i Waters.
the awful crime. And now we i!, Robert*. 5 1 I'I I Collide .. r wHiner o' jMadene Qilmer, Fay Skiner, Mil-

are told he has accepted Christ i!'I : : : : : I : to a 0 I' IILCaMpkU I dred Creer, Wynella Shepherd,
and asks for'a life term Insteadof I) IkGr l I I isyd sE4 a ,1'1 Theda
"..... .. a 0 0. .' II. 0i Proctor Catherine Dixon,I C
.wo.xl. fIt I
death. After this pretended iRofctna rt I. I Radford Anne and
I '. I I .i Mary Kath-
conversion he lied to a reporter a. OOMM*. sk a I I 1 Ii I Pinter.IAwfan.il.p. Ik : t ; .: : 4 eowees

who wrote his life story when he d e sB.rdMT.
TOTALS 5 4 14av..b.r If ; :
stated that the Cash family had If t
him their This .. .........._,: ._ oft 11: 1111aGoulds '18.. -.. Ik I" S I I Si
sent forgiveness. ". ... ow Coe see- Simmons 11 i i s e o o Make your old roof
is making a mockery of Christianity I "
; I TOTALS SI 4 4 II is e
TAM WM bibs H Thnmu IMMM
: wagerQ i
and that McCaU Is
proves a ....,....,
'I Sullivan : Rotaries ku* n I Horne ... Ml man a I
hypocrite and I liar as well as a balk sift Owm I. rlB br 1. H. Theories'' Could _'::'.: "_-._::._....'...:.: Oil Sal x 4!| young
murderer."The at stark Mt kri 0 I. H I I 1 '
Thomson Hi Ml. arts Owon% a0 S low SMririMi aincon double plant B.
; solution of the Cash crime loot sift Finder. S III 4 to Inn: laintltdMrt CunpWII _10..... .1...... u> B.rr.. to !

brought great credit to the officials 0..ns.Uapiras ......... and tr. I I]IlL flmtn Cuipb.ll It truck fc.M out m bJ Mb l Nelson offs N.I. _Plods 4, again

who handled the case. According a.
to In a close game with Homo! tTmpln.s RiUWrl m* Una I
::: nr'I II
.: federal I Monday night, the Brooker boys I

$50.000. That Is the bill for th'j I were defeated 53.R. I IIf

federal officers which the tax J r bb so a e e
ers will have to pay. We yell I I'loid....lbRare. r I t II 1'0Y I. l
about out criminal laws and complain _
'Sb 4 5 1 1 i oIt
about the amount of crime 'llm.. PUBLIC

that Is being committed. The fault i .' Camptott" ef. mtHlb 4 1 0 : s o''

is found in such cases as the Cash <... rf 0. e YC 1 l

affair. Those responsible for the c.oIb_. Ik! if 4 1 4 0 0 :, Fire Insurance and

enforcement of our laws meet op-, L.ri.ie. e s e .1. Kindred Lines
position at every hand. It Is up 'Nebi.a, 0 I e t 0 I '1 \1THEN the sun ho burned the heart out of TOUT root-

to the citizens to see that justiceis TOTALS.. ;. a a is is s, VY and the rains bar soaked away Its Tllallrr-give If
'anti out
done and that fair play prevails.Sob 1171"I IS N. Krome Ave. j! a coat of Carey Asbestos Fibre Coating and watch it grow

Miters and half-wits who try wittkos.areaher d as a .r I ': : :! young again. So easy to apply-simply use a brush.
to interfere with the proper administration 0. HS.Aoe. 0
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of Justice should be T.: Tburge, d FINANCING COSTThe

kept in their places. If the sentence I Ir II Corey Finance Plan provide ease; payments-at low

la the McCsll case Is not I cm $5.00 per month. No Down Payment-No Mortgage, ,

carried out It will bring discredit II I :3 yean to pay. Let us explain this simple plan to you

on and lack oC confidence in our without obligating you la the least.
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June 24, 1938 THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Mire TKrsalllulllllllllllilllllllllllilllllllllillilllll .. \ I

: NEGROSHACKS Local Future Farmers I|I Willis Baxley each won prizes In pendent, who believe themselves
I the essay contest for Future Farm- physically qualified and are Interested -
Attend State
Meeting en sponsored by Chilean Nitrate in an army enlistment,
20 Years Ago (Continued From Page One) I'I'of Soda Educational Bureau. Don should apply to the nearest regular
ported that a committee of whichhe Ceo N. Wakefield vocational and Willis each received an attractive army: post or recruiting su.
waa chairman had decided to, agriculture teacher of Homestead Everaharp pencil, and tion, or address letter to the commanding -
deny the request of Mrs. C. W.' High School, and five Future Warren won second place In District general Fourth Corp
III 1IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIImnlllllllllllllllllllllli i McEwen for a permit to build a' Farmers, J. B. Clonlnger and Leon Six and a cash prize ot $100 Area, Post Office Building Atlanta
Nun TM rr.r.i.e"4"e rllw 11-./ are .._ w. $700 brooder house on her premise Chambllsa, delegates, and Jack The boys made the trip by truck Georgia requesting Information
antn9ri..ur11.W M.u e..s__ 1911, I on 14th street, Just west of Krome Sullivan, Theodore Knowles and with their adviser, M. A. Baker, I .
.. Uw SMtk rtoiM. ..._ i irH and avenue Oscar Clonlnger, returned Saturday I and hit wife and spent a very -
> Orl If. IM1, with Ik* B_ I ',
: A motion by Councilman Benj. from Gainesville where they pleasant week, climaxed on the
W. Morris! that the building per attended the state Future Farmer return by a visit to Juniper Springs
June 20, 111 I mit be granted was not seconded. meeting. |'| In Ocala National Forest and an

-'Tom Harris and Leo Dixon Hit demand for a roll call vote on, The Homestead boys entered In In DeLand They 1
were In Miami last Monday making the committee report was deniedby the swimming and Judging contests -!I 7uta':: Saturday afternoon

necessary arrangements prior, the chair at two members of:I and J. B Clonlnger received I'i I i The next meeting of the chapter AI >
to leaving for Key West on the: the council were absent, and thereport the Planter degree. will be at the regular time, Tues,
following day. Both of these boys' was tabled,to the next ses The Homestead group was,,I day June 28, when the delegates i
have enlisted in the naval reserves. sion. i quartered at a forestry camp atO'Leno ?,:will give a report of the conven-,

Homestead is getting Quite a rep- Acting upon the suggestion of S7 miles from Gainesville. tion. I I'I
resentation in that branch of I Wednesday afternoon a motorcade
the Councilman. Morris the council I'
service". agreed to negotiate for a five or of 100 the can enjoyed. a wiener roastat Course in Individual I .
-"Homestead can count among ten-acre tract of glades land to camp.Three 'I
Be Given
Homestead boys who were I Psychology to
her youthful heroes at the front supply top soil to Homestead homeowners
not awarded
were essay
'over there' Robert Hobson, son wishing to beautify their I. General
of R. L. Hobson. The young sol holding by planting lawn., flow prizes provided by the Chilean Nitrate Yesterday at the closing sessionof

dier is not yet sixteen years old, er beds and tropical shrubbery of Soda educational bureau:I I the child psychology class taught I
Ed Pacetti who received six dol-1
hat had his great adventure If a suitable piece of land It acquired by Dr. Nancy Meek Haln of Miami Public Utilities s
,,lars; Charles Little, who got five and sponsored by the Homestead
according to a letter from ,!
an acquaintance either by outright purchase I II
dollars and Thomas Varnadoe
1 I ; P.-T A., It was unanimously agreed
who saw him there."John or trading of delinquent taxes
who got four dollars.
Moffett will build a the soil will be given free of charge I that a course in Individual psychology Homestead Thane ItSMMONEY
house on Krome avenue In the to any citizen who gets permissionto 1]I will be arranged for to
near future." haul It away This will put a I JREDLANDBOYSContinued I begin in September. :
The course will have to be given,
-"On the stop to the wholesale theft of dirt i
Tuesday evening peopleof
cither late in the school
the town gave a farewell recep- from city land adjoining the sewerage ( From Page One) I year, said early Dr. Haln, and those who, ,' ."I

tion for Clarence Sheffield, who will disposal plant on Lucy street speech over Radio Station WRUF desire to take It will have to enrollat 1 "
and to
left on Wednesday afternoon to help promote general'I Wednesday of last week. Alvin. the start I ,
beautification at small
fake up hi. duties In Washington, program Prothero won fourth place In the I)|I Any person In the district who \10' ;;
Mr. Morris said.
cost, I !
D. C. (Florida City). harmonica contest, and Elmer Is Interested It Invited to Join. J I,
-"The War Savings Stamp meetIng Contract for painting the Interior Hampton placed fourth in the un- In the child psychology I class
in the Baptist Church last and exterior Of the city hall I der-water swimming. I II I 1 I I were: Mrs Ben Archer, Mrs. Jason i
Wednesday evening was a fine under the supervision! of Councilman I The Redland livestock Judging Avery, Mrs. P. B. Bird, Mrs. W. DOWN
success. It was another of those Chroniiter was let to H. E. team composed of Allan Harford, R. Bird, Mrs. Gladys Buck, Mrs ;
'100 per cent rallies' which are becoming Redln, whose bid of $115 was the I,Cecil Parker, and Elmer Hampton Lamar Dickinson, Mrs. E. J. Dyal. \ .Jl ,
io popular In this section, lowest of three aubmltted. competed In that contest, but their I Mrs. Tom Faust, Mrs. B. E. Gatlin, lr
in the prelMlnt'drlve. Several permits for minor repairs i standing was not learned yet Miss Mary Jackson, Mrs. Howard ,

-"Ralph Moon Is.preparing to and alterations to residencesand I George Grunwellt In second-year Johnson, Mrs. E. L. Nelson, Mrs. Ii". f .JJAIJ "
build a real nice home on the lot business buildings were granted. forestry; contest won a free two-I C. J. Parman, Mrs. Jack Polk, Mrs.,
adjoining the G. W. Moon prop At the next regular .council J week camping period at the state J. A. Rehwlnkel Mrs. Geo. N. NOW
erty." meeting falls on July 4, a national F. F. A. vocational forestry campat Wakefield, Mn. S. L. West, Mrs PAINT ;
holiday, It will be adjourned until O'Leno for hit excellent work I Frank Webb, Mrs. H. S. Wolfe. I
-"Henry Brooker and family left the following evening, Acting In forestry this year, and becauseof
on Friday midnight train en routeto Chairman W. R. Bird announced. his collection, of one hundred .i No dowe paymear--apes i s
Hot Springs, Ark. Mrs. Brooker Unrestricted U. S. Army
and I. monthIf
twenty-four specimens mom h to ps rli low -
and children will visit In P eters- Rev. J. C. Kazee to Give of native woods. George took Recruiting Is ResumedAtlanta iamUmeacs. A first class
burg, Va. They will not return
,his collection to the convention |lob,dose" e8 experienced
until fallf Bible Lecture June 29 j and h and It Is June 23-Major George tuner pelo'ara with the I.-
_"The community was greatly !now In the tede'u; at Van Horn Moseley, commandingthe swat H.B.Davis Co. /1JJ

surprised by the resignation of The Rev. J. C. Kazee of Miami O'Leno where he has loaned It to fourth corps area, today announced timtn paint products Come
Dr. Barton as the pastor o( the will give a special Bible lecture :the Florida Forest Service for the the resumption of unrestricted U for free color cards and
Baptist church. But the call to at the First Baptist Church:period of summer camps. George I recruiting for the regular I complete lotomuiioe tbyt
the new charge (Edison, Ga.) offers Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock,,will leave this week, accompanied army Approximately 1500 young
larger opportunities for work, announces the pastor, the Rev. C.'|by Harold Hampton, who won a men residing in the eight southeastern .
the* town .being twice the size of N. Walker. His subject will be(similar camping period In the tint- states will be given an

Homestead, and their present 'Variety' of Diylne Expressions": .,year forestry contest, and they opportunity enlist during the Of -..-"
needs being the construction of a This It a lecture which will be will attend camp together from month of June, for assignment! in
new church. of Interest to all Bible student June S7 to July. the Hawaiian and Panama Canal
-"C. G. Loveland has been and Sunday school teachers at Official delegates to the state departments and for stations located
warded the contract for carryingthe well at others, reports Mr. Walk convention were Don Lair and Elmer In the southern states. Brooker Lumber Company
school children from the Longview er. All who can do to are invitedto Hampton, alternate Richard I I Young, unmarried men, citizens,
neighborhood to Homestead, hear Mr Kazee An offering Jensen. of the United States, between IS Phone K Homestead Fla.Phone .
at $85 per month. He runs the will be taken. Warren Wood, Don Lair and and 35 years of age, with no de!
electric light plant at night and -
the school but In the:daytime."A. ." h
D. Clinton left Sunday after
noon for his former home In North

Haven, Conn., to adjjuit affaln
connected with his father's estate BAg sk 88N $ IPsa 1s1M,sd

(Florida City).
.-..Mr. Hancock, who bought five
Acres of the J. S. Caves land and
built 8 nice home on the place
moved into the house on Tuesday."

(Florida City"Leonard ).
Chapman and Capt.
Hough went fishing an Thursday
about eight miles down the canal
and caught 12 fine black bass"

(Florida City).
-"Mr. Muuelwhlte hat boughtthe I
Smith property at Longview
and has the lumber on the groundto
build 8 new house He will
put out a grove of avocados and
I oranges and will farm his glade
land in the fall." .

I "Is it true) that Jones hat retired -
I from business?" I

"Yes! He made a small fortune

selling cushions to sit-down strikers.


X-Ray and

: General Dentistry

' Office noon: t a. m. U 5 p. m.

Sunday by appointment BIRD, CHEVROLET COMPANY

rhraeai Oftloe IS. Bet. 150-B

80na.. 980' Homestead, Fla.


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. 1. THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE I m iOftiPA 4..gHJt&1/ -.t /lurawY EHTfALSAU LEGAL NOTICE 7"] \

Published Fiction at I.a.es <. H*. Ii', 'I
'" T.. COUNTY avows ,
IN romr
(5.t ur
ky Sought -
Nw DM PnUtahliw

light'" ARC HI* .. ......_ Editor ;; ;?::: ? pleb IN AND FRI'HATR foe DADS WO.tOtlNTT MM FLORIDA' nf.

... _Iole IdHMef ... TO! CREDITORS n
....-. = ,: Te All Creditor and AD Premium .....* .II
angered as mend eh.m moll "blow ': ,," Claims or I>.-... AnloM laid. Kttatet .:.
. the office as : ::: !" -' You, and each of .
Slvok a. aft I. M port : :: you. aN below no. .
} 11_.... r_.. mode she ad of ,, :-'k' U promt *lln
Slarok a. ISIS.UBHCRIPTION. you. M W yon,
Mir ....t aninot UK HUM ol UM: 11. 'J!
PRICR. '1." A TKAB Trnax, ........, 10... of Ward C.......
North Dakota. to J.a W T Bl.ntoa.
f County Judas of County: and Ml* the 'i
PROSPERITYC Rig MII In his office. In the Count Court. At,\
house ll Dodo County. Florid, within ;
slight calendar. month Inn the data of the
,\ t time pablloMMM ""-t. meld. skims. or.
( From Page demands to contain' the fecal address at
will noon be brokenThe . the ointment 14 to k> mean to and .-
i I passed *t aturoinld or sane, will k* *
Roosevelt dministratlon a.. Sodom UU of the lull Probate rzt .by
too, I.i doing its belt to co-operate. Dated lull Ii, A. D. lull

Bu'lnc-w heeds milT fight New I Antlllnry Admlnutmti H A. CAMRRONAl o( the Elate. ot I"

Deal policies In the open but behind KLMUI M DmnMd. !
First publication" on Ju.. tie M. ,
closed doom they see benefits I (JuiM IT. 14. July 1. I) :
, to themselves out of recent con- J
I '
t fiTHs" nil Irglilnttnn LEGAL :NOTICES !

"Wlth John W. Hanes headed ,
for .n mportnt tax pout In the
tl'8\11 y department businesshelidn ) I>AI I COUNT. FLORIDA. IN CHAN. J
(f IKRV N. Mill.
feet that tax: problem
1 '
LYDA c. HKMNWWrY." : Plaintiff rs.
be llnunated Hanes hM set an Is I PATRICK JOSEPH HEN' EBBU. DM

hit goal I ., government-builnesi co- CW fondant.ounrn FOR BIICATIOK I

ope, ..lion policy He aims to nt- I TO PATRICK JOSEPH HEMMEflRtT.
lot went Grant street, Now Cootie f
Uln that result within the ,,: "c- I\ Pmnwlrnnla.
few month That mean the outlook .P'A', You arty .beech notified sad Mqulrod I* 'I
fur the fall and winter months f appear to UM Bill ol Complaint for Dl- '
torts filed In the noon strict sense onor rI
in bright and not dark. I :. before the 4th day. al July. HIS. oUwr.WM '
: somewhat disturbed the aUnUlon. of the Mid bill will .
True. business If
I M taken onlaM you u ..n'."
over what President Roosevelt A&& This order< shall he published ones a (
ask of the next session of walk for four accelerative we.k" I. the -It
.I' at MIAMI ... LMdwXnwrprlM. ltd Comity. florid. .
Congress In the wy of undistributed r B. LEATHERMAN.r
FiOe/O,4 .." u Cln-k of the Circuit Court,
taxation. But ,
profit ..' I k .-. 8rARr/SJ-l. (Circuit Court Steel ,
Ire willing to pay If profits are .; By r. I. GOULD. Deputy Clerk. ";
good. This they anticipate They ONE OF 11IG Mo.srJEAVTrUL CAN REPLACE CARR of CARR i;
"I Solicitor fur plaintiff.
paid large taxes In 1936 nd 1937 / J5AC TRACES iJ AN INJURED (Jun I, 10, IT, Hi July" 1) .

and will gladly do so again In //V THC W06J.JD ARM WITH A
1(39 They are ready to get going NEW ONESdistinctly NOTICESNOTICE

and play ballPeace OP APPI IPATION FOB TAX
between the New Deal BKK1)Ck.pUr
IT4BT-A and private utilities is due soon. Notice to hereby Aiwa that Edna J.w.ll ,.
It will bring big business for the One of Florida' outstanding show- shores, enhancing: its tropical ftts Akin' bolder of BUM a Comply Tom Cw.tiriMt .
rubber places is the HIALEAH RACE TRACKat moo here. No 41114 boned the 11 day ofAiwiut
steel cement. ,
y A. D.
IMT hu filed same In my
copper and electrical equipment .Miami, which is. located in a magnificent STARFISH ; amazing powers of cities. tnt ku made wpllatlon for a tax

industries. Real estate building Isset 240-acre park famous for its beau re.reneratlon. gases i arm Is impaired it Is deed embraces to ki the issued folluwlnit h._.described. gild Certificate

for a sharp pickup, which will ty. Here ia to be found a profusion of: discarded and replace,d by a new one. Eveny In tk* Count ot Lima, SUM *l property Florida. '

help building supply Industries ; palms and flowers, vast lawns"and land a single arm with onl!; a portion of the disc: to-Witt Lot I. BkMt I. Karllmrfcm Hrhrhtt -Plat

. I scalped driveways and exhilarating background will regenerate the entire animal Oftend Book II, *>m II. In th County of Did".

Millions o( dollars wouldn't be for the sport of kings. In the cents:r individuals are found in the process ol But The of a.a-ra..a Florid. of said prosody ender 4'

spent on planning and equipping of the track is a lake in which are reflects growing from one tog four new arms. the Mid MrtlflcM ......... WM In the MUM ,

R trannatlaiiUa passenger air service I the colorful flamingos that play along it! oft UnUM Unknown Mid Mrtirtnt shall k* PMomudMnUn

I to. Uw. the property dMrflwd
It the outlay were merely a
therein will U Mid. to Uw kl..... bidders
gamble Millions of dollars would ''Of this cause to make such other Printed forms to be furnished(chairman of the program commit M tic Court k_ door on the M MOIM
not be if i day In the South, of Aiwu.1 Its, which
spent on recovery plans |and further orders as the court bona fide '
I growers or agents,[tee. Ii the lit dir of Awuit INIDnli It
recovery weren't expected Billions may seem meet and proper appertaining representatives or purchasers selling Tickets for the supper, which this lind day W JUIM, INSLEATHKRMAM, ,
E. B. ,
of dollars are set to go Into to the said injunction notwithstanding fruit or produce In Miami i must be purchased In advance,I Clack of Circuit Court, <

new corporate financing operations any thing aforesaid were ordered by the local chamber on sale The ticket com- Dodo County. Florida. .,
are now
II (Circuit Court Bse" ,
In fact stock markets show I
to the contrary. of commerce. They will be furnished mittee IS composed of George M. my N C. STERRE7T" D. C. r for
that prices go up more readily without expense to those'Frick, Wilmer H. Cast and Frank (Yuma 24. July 1. S. 19) .t"

than down FAIR PRACTICE entitled to them \W. Stillman. Tickets will be NOTICE BALK OF TAX CERTIFI.
The recovery spirit is In the CATF.
Dr. Lloyd C. Shanklln
reported available at all Redland District
Application' his. MSI
air In money circles Even labor : that the chain stores of Miami bad I I churches Sunday I Nolle b .hereby slv.e that gm Tom.oil
leaders are In the mood to play (Continued Frem Paftf On) now Joined with the Independent ku MM with H* written rMuoil that Uw i
along The biggest men In the a code to guide the Industry out tax MrtlricMM smother with nil .ubHquonl '
of of the Merchants Association in the LEGAL NOTICE confined or l levied taM Including
some practices at present
banking manufacturing, commer- movement for an ordinance to control the raw laic hold ky she SUM W ndw.tuwl .
responsible for the lack of orderly and cold t* the ktekMt bidder far
cial and financial circles the
say and promiscuous fruit peddling In NOTICE or SALK OP TAX CRRTIFIAilllnllin each u provided. by Chapter 18IM ot the
marketing other of
wont I Ie over A level-off of R few problems Miami by buyers of cult fruit or CATK len Acts of UM Loorlol....*. upon ship
sUstrUmtNMk Mr. Swam said. N. lilt following dwrlMd
ml oiut In MM Com*
months., and away we got "The chamber of by fruit thieves. Motto k k.... that w.. MwMlIM ty of Dnd. State of 'orIdo. ...111
This U not the time to son commerce, Regular meetings ol the cham- Aawl for Ownr, kuflM Lot I Bit M Tow of Florid Cky The
America short said Mr. Swan, "calls attention wllk a. written request town t* k> sold are ...ld...... ky. MMKbMM
to what
smart stock to the tact that the of ber were suspended "aW September .... Uw tM MMtfloMo tavrtkor with nil No.. Mlt of loll and NproMnta ......
traders say The depression which, price avocados Until then meetings will ..toMuont o-rtud or meld am iMliidHW for the Into IMII to IIIaI, both Inclusive,
has been under for 14 was at its lowest last year, the you IVM. Md ky the state M adwrtlwd mounting to 140 Ik
way over be at the call of the president and Mid to the ktelMri bidder for Said UI wrtlflrntol tontkr wltk ill
at the time when had
months has hit bottom and 1s getting we no com -- seek u provided ky Chapter ISM, of Use luk........ owltud- or 10..... taw will
ready to turn upward petition from either Cuba or California State I' lilT Act .* the UcMuiM, noon the folof b* sold to the hltkort. bidder *t the Co.rt.
orthe Board
: of
la other words, .,.,. are Health I bra/"s described Yl.rlde. /a the County Non.* In _1..1. on the 11th day of July
leaden of the political and Dado Stat ., te.wle* 1 MM. Wdnnlu M the hM *f t M o'.1uoIt
business worlds Ire mistaken and suffering more from competition I To Send Speaker Here N. US n. oIar<4 ot IWU of NWH of A. M. or u tool thereafter u the MB*
with each other than from SWU Townahlp IT, Rant SIaatolnlne' may k.* reached In dam .nn*.
that a to be doubted." any I The state board of health will on ar mew or .... The Used u Miami. florlda the the Ha4
other cause, and surely that I Ia a toMi to k* Mid. are r .- ky. CortlflMM day of Jua*. IMlB .
condition that must be met at once I provide the speaker for the general N.. S4S4 of IMS and riprtMnln tonwI B. IIATRERHAK
DAM meeting and fish fry of the I IM she years lull to lees. both Inclusive, Cheek of rirauH Court
SUIT it w* are to show profit I ..
on our IHOTMIIK- to SlTn.4 Cwaty. n n. .
Redland District SoakDiego
Investments" Christian Men'sUnion Sold to* certificates kMtotlwr with all (Circuit. Court
I 0* the evening of July 8 I 1- .. _> emitted a* kntod team will k. JMO FBMMO D. 0.
(Continued From h", One) It was pointed out at the chamber 1 .ad to tk.. klihoi bidder. at the Court (Publfak4 June 14. I. S, I9ISI:
water to the east Its natural drainage meeting that while it Is a fact In Legion hall It was announced i I Hours In -- oa she rtk day of Juno.
yesterday I less. kwliWHW M the kour at Urn ptlork
direction South Dade Farms that California grower are only JAM.. or a* ooon tlwMartor .. the auui
answered that It had opened up a 'about sixty per cent organized Incooperative Dr. A. B. McCreery director of move k* noshed In "due ONTM.
I the county and district organizational paw at Mtaml. rtorUn. Ikk Uw tta
ditch along Campbell'road which associations, they are I any of Jun* INS. G&LROOFING
gave the water easy flow la the 100 per cent organised la distribution work of the board of health,I B. R. LCATR1CRMANCUnk : .
will endeavor to come hlmseU, Circuit Foim
bay and mulled In M good or' Dad OuKty r.....
better but II he la unable to be here another (CkmRj cowl goal> CO.
drainage than It bad before We strongly urge every mem-
wi-H-lnformed speaker from Ry ,.0. ntMNO, D. C.
The supreme court decision, ber of the co-operative, every Independent PnMlakH .... I*. IT. S4. I.....
rendered by Justice Chapman on shipper and every private the vided.same department will be pro- .

June 11 with Justices WhitfleU, packer to forget the duV JohnsllanviUe
The subject of
the health talk
Brown and Buford. concurring femce eJ the pest and Join together

points out that the circuit courtin at this Sleeting lot a genuine will be "What Price IgnorsncerIn LENDI. Pww..94ENN"s Bonded Roofers ,
vital facts
Its Anal decree el Nov. 30. 1I3f. effort to bring order out of many pertaining of
I to community health will be
saidThe what la rapidly becoming chaos"i brought out said W. M. 1111.14DR. THEATLANTIC SHEET METAL CBAFTSUENMaanfattnwn
court retain jurisdiction ,,.,. Swag aid ,

MONTHLY of Uw Fannie
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, Registered optea9etrbit MAD .. slaw of yow ..... HEATER

;1 rtlNCCTOX' ftA.rertaU UkMr* Raise tk* trig gain ....
Ise "mom-beetle. an .ham ....1
I ........ In Haan.-eJ UT* soda WM ATLANTIC. fa* Tes we .._ IS ..... ear veya.mpbN
deetrto and Aeety PMM TTsUtat 1ft Cylinder Btoet*. Room S and ..IoIWI of Imparted addew.od.
-.n. Anwrkmt
{f t i Cylinder Heals, Aluminum (Castings.. boilers McCrory Arcade noted and opens iMrklnd ...... .. til. sod other mwpkadreeflms.

; '. AwteeRtttlre .Ioc*.
I bearing peering and aligned\ restaging cennectlng red peering Saturday T to 10 p. m.I POW II. (_U5alne this aj.noi.1 .

and begins and cylinder 1IerIq.I I MAIN OITICEt1IJJ to
W Flatler. Miami. FU. G. & L. ROOFING CO. r
I Phases 1-1315-1-7151 The AtlMlt Monthly, S ArilMw 1 S., N.LTOMartaILH. r- '-ani ,

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: June 24 1938 Pan Flu

'at Dr. Vincent's home Last Sun took her to Palatka Saturday returned Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Becker announce "

: day Mr. Deuel preached In the Sund'I I the arrival of an eight-"
Redland Community Church, at I :..- pound daughter, Ingrid Joanne,
> In and Jlround the pastor the Rev C. Q. Nelson, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Adams Oft,Oft June 20 at Jackson Memorial

was attending the Epworth Leap Tavemief spent the week-end 'hospital In MlamL_
II Institute at Daytona Beach. with Mrs Adam's parents, Mr.
,and Mrs. J. Tom Vann. Mri. Fritz Schroeder with her
Homestead Miss Susie Batta of Miami visited two children has gone to visit bet

at the home of her brotherinlaw Miss Ruth Tower U employed ,slater, Mrs. It Arnold at Hob
.,, and at Sam Murray's, Inc. in Miami Sound.
t, sifter, Mr. and Mrs. T.
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E. Kirby, several days last week during the absence of Mrs R. I.
' r.- Scott. CA*. Frye arrived Friday from
before leaving for six-week visit
,f i': A Nvtn-pound ion, William, was make the trip with Mr. and Mrs with her mother, Mrs a C. T. Bow- California for e. visit with bit sli-

\, born in the Post Graduate hospital T. Wayne Calkins who formerly man, la Colqultt Ga. Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Chandler are ter-I -law, Mrs. Mary D. Fry
I'Tuesday afternoon to Mr. and resided In Homestead 'now visiting relatives In various J. Garber of Canada, also 1* a
Mrs. Paul Lo ner. H* to the points in Albania. at the Frye home.
t to be born Ir Jane Fuchs, daughter of Mrs. Mrs. Alma Horton of Albuquerque guest
I first Jewish boy Elizabeth Fuchs, will leave Wed- N Me*., has come to spend
a Homestead.- nesday for a girls' camp at Lake :several weeks with her son-in-law I Mia Carolyn Autrey left Mon Mrs. Frank Stalling and Mist
: and daughter, -the Rev. and Mrs. day for a visit at her home In Ingeborg Mattaon were Sunday
' Lure in North Carolina. '
\ and Mri. Max Losner will .
: Mr. E. L. Nelson. Batetburg, S. C visitors here.Bunny .
II, leave Sunday for New York when i
', Mr. Loaner will spend two weeks I Mr. and Mrs. S. L Rohrer have The Rev. and Mrs.:'Howard Field 'I Mrs. E. J. Dyal and daughter, Hunter ot Coral Gable

f lOb business Mrs. Loaner will, moved Into the house on Redland I who have been spending a-vacation Mine Iv., are now located In Hen- I* spending two week with his

'I,} all for Europe July 0 on the Queen : road belonging to the estate of the Of three weeks In Homestead visiting dertonville, N. c., for the summer. grandmother, Mrs J. K SCOtt. -

:. Mary to visit I relatives In TranceSwitzerland ,: late Mrs. Bertha Edwards. !I Mr. Field's parents, Mr. and Jack Keller of Tavernier la an Howard Thompson returned

. and Roumanla. Sh Mr, Gussle Joiner's Mrs. Carl Field, returned yesterday appendectomy patient at the PostGraduate Thursday from Terry, Miss.
:: w 111 be gone until September 14. CoL and Mrs. H. A. cou'lllf'l I I to London, Tenn., where the hospital.
younger Mr. Field Is pastor of Ute J. A. Severy Is serving on the
Col. and Mrs. H. A. Wilkinson, Jr.,, J
i Mr. and Mrs. James Bird moved all of Dawson, Ga, will arrive orJuly I Nazarene Church. Mrs. Wm. Finder of Tavornter Jury In Miami this week _
i Monday Into the garage apartment is at the Post Graduate hospital
E. Second avenue and 11th 1 to visit with Mrs. Joiner Miss Doroth" "Hme left Tuesday for Mr and Mrs. (.. L. Warren and
N. from
sat recovering an operation
which they purchased a and her son, Burrell, and to attend for Ocala where she will enter Satur- Mrs. R. A. Ware of Miami and .
'street appendicitis performed on
month ago from Miss Jennie LobS the fiesta marking the opening the NYA training project for girls I Mrs. Robert Ware ot Tampa and
of the Oversea highway.Mr. I day.Mrs. her children. Bobby and Louis,
S :deli. I Mr, and Mrs. Earl Field Of Opa-
W. Q Meggs of Miami spent were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dexter -
II: and Mrs. J. A. McNclU and locka are spending a vacation withField's ;
A seven-pound daughter was: Monday at the home of her sister, Smith of Homestead and called
fr- ,*yf I born on June IS to Mr. and Mrs. their daughter Mary, moved Sat- Mr. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs Seymour Dane. :on Mr. and Mrs. John Graves
urday to their new seven-roonr ILL Field of Homestead.
. of Blootnsburg, Sunday.
, \Eddie house on N. W. Sixth street Their Mri. Ceo. A. Bruce and Mrs. : _
) ,,pa. Mrs. McCahillls'th. former former residence, across the street Mr. and M-T. B. Grantharr Ralph Armlnnlng both of Miami Polly Norris left Tuesday for
Elizabeth Roberta, daughter
I have returned from fishing tripto
' from the new home I* now occupied -' a received emergency treatment Jacksonville to visit relatives.
and Mrs Dan Roberts oft ;
4 -ot Mr. Bonita Springs. I
by Mr. and Mrs. H. O Monday at the Post Graduate hos -
Redland. Mrs. W. J. Brook spent a few
; Thurman. Mrs. N. D. L.Swan plans to pital. They were Injured in an

;/ if, A. r. Arthur left Monday on a Robert Caves, son of Mr. and I leave for Ashvllle next Thursday. bor.automobile accident at Rock day, Mrs.last week Roxie visiting Newcomer her daughter in-

.<(, t"1 ten-day business trip to various Mrs. W B. Caves ts attending thCitizens' Betty Mae Smith of Miami li. Rar-I Miami.
cities In the eastern section of thcountry. < W wNNNIwNNNN.NNN "
{ I Military Training Camp spending several weeks here with ciT !.,NNNNN.NwwNNNNw.wNNNNNNwNNNNwn
In Lewes, Del, he will at Fort Screven. On the way there Mrs. Emma FLORIDA
her ,
4 visit at the home of Mrs. Arthur'i be visited In Blacksher, Ga. grandmother Mr, 4F. W IM9..7. (.""'"' ...... NARANJANMNwwMMwNNINNNNwL.NNYNwwN.
*, parents where Mrs. Arthur and I Moser. .1 r 'W-

,', '. their daughter, Miss Mary Frances. Robert Klick who is In the marine Keith Foulk left for Rldgecraft The Rev and Mrs. C. O. Nelson Marjorie Fogle, daughter of Mr.
:" are spending the summer. service in Virginia has spent S. C., Monday. He expected to returned Monday from Daytona I and Mrs. A. D. Fogle will leave
the week here visiting at the homeof be back In Homestead by the mid- Beach where Mr. Nelson assisted. I Tuesday for Alpine Camp at Men-
',,- Carl Deden returned horne last his brother-in-law and sister dle of August. with the Epworth League insti- tone, Ala.
week from University hospital in Mr. end Mrs. Leo Bemeckcr.:
Coral Gables where he under- Mr. and Mrs.Virgil Grennell, the tute.The Miss No Andrews of NaranJ

Ji" went an operation. He Is now Mrs. Fred Suber and her three Rev. C. N. Walker Miss Eunice members of the Free Methodist went to Winter Garden Saturdayto

' .-able to be out. children, Mary Catherine, Sail Walker, Misses Myrtle and Anna Sunday school enjoyed a picnic visit relatives for a'few weeks.
; and Fred. Jr.. left Friday to visit I Moon and Miss Ellen Vann attended Tuesday at Ed's place. Those
Mrs. Tom Harris nd son, Tommy her parents, Dr. and Mrs. Jack a a T. U. meeting lit the, attending were: the Rev. and Mrs. Mrs. Mary Epperson of Naranj
< ? left Wednesday to visit Mrs. In Ga. Mrs Friday Is spending a few days with friendsIn
il ; Clower, Morven, First Baptist Church in Miami T. Sheldon, Mrs. Jim Cook and
t" Harris mother In Byron, Ga. They Suber's brother, Emil Clower of night her six children, Mrs. W. J. Brooks, Miami.

i: ','" were accompanied as far as Jack-. the attorney generals office In of Mrs. Ray Goodlng and son, Curtis Mine Rita Dent left Tuesday to
sonvllle Mrs. A. W. Hutchinson Mrs. F. B. R. Blakesley Ta-
y j' by Atlanta, and his wife spent several Oca .
Mrs. Ruth Morton and her three attend a camp near "
and son, Billy, who were to days of last week visiting the Su- koma, Wash., former Redland children, and Leon Norrls.
". ;Is, meet Mr. Hutchinson there. ber home and fishing with Mr resident who has been visiting Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Hyde of Tam-
and Mrs. Suber. Mrs. Seymour Dane, left Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. Ed Barnes and pa and their son Conrad. spent
t Mrs. M. M. Avery will leave this for Hendersonvllle where she daughters moved to Homestead on j several days last week as guests
1 week for North Dakota to attend Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Godwin and will spend a month before returnIng Monday. I lof Mr. and Mrs A. D. role
& the celebration of the wedding aniversary sons, J. T. and Barney, have font to her home by way of Cal
: of her brother and sisterinlaw to Birmingham to visit Mr. God- ifornia where she win visit a sis.
Mr. and Mrs. M. D. win's mother. They plan also to ter. 'OVERSEAS HIGHWAY"to.

,Matthews.v visit other relatives In Tennesseeand
Billy Van Winkle has returned
Alabama before they return
Miss Esther Livingston: left about the first oi September.Mrs. from a two-month stay In the Ken
Monday to attend the meeting of dall hospital where he underwenta KEY WEST

,\ the National 'Education Association F. Fleltas is recoveringfrom major operation. His brother,
In New York which will be' an Illness that lasted all last Carl, has returned from a trip to

In session from Sunday till Thursday week. Montana.
Inclusive. She plan to do :
Some sight-seeing also, and will The Rev. Ceo. X. Deuel will Dan Poppell of Jesup Ga,
return by July 4. sgala flit the pulpit of the Miami twelve-year-old nephew of Mr.
Shorn Community Church for tenweeks and Mrs. a B .Parker, arrived last ,111Acs
Miss Helenwt who has been this summer while the pastor week for a visit of several week p

attending South Georgia College Dr. Clarence A. Vincent. Is at the Parker home.
at Douglas, Ga, has returned for away en his vacation. They planto
MJ'on; :
the holidays. She came home wither go to Miami Tuesday. During Mr. and Avery and
mother, Mrs. S. L. West and the first month they will stay at daughter visited the Itv. and Mrs.

air sister, Miss Martha West of the home of Mr. and Mrs.Wayne'I E. L. Peirce In Miami Sunday.

Hollywood who had been visiting T. Calkins. 829 S W. Thirteenth Miss Sybil Cheshire has gone to
relatives In Columbus, Ga., since avenue while Mr. and Mrs. Cal- Palatlu to spend a month with
June 1.Henry. kin are on a vacation trip but the relatives. Her brother Aubrey
rest of the time they will spend and Martin Bishop who
Broot"h.;; who underwent Cheshire r

,-mortal hospital In Miami on June
I returned to his home Wednes-

4ay. u QFCNO rent $.day IWfn el Mr vw.tia.
Work Done Promptlye \ O at Key Woo lot the SMS* eeJefeMe tripPer
Mr. and Mrs. Frank W. StlllmM
ve ewe W. Take put to DM ctedicu4 *-
will start tomorrow on an. eleven- tie. fonul MMtaff CMMwmtoe( el theanew
week vacation trip to various e ( m.1Y(! Orr-8u nghwcr and enfef the l
Hints In Alaska and In the United .sae ran Owl toe CPMU1 iinalMie has
R. L Reed the saaaeed. The need ee.edeat Bed Mw fr
"States. They will take with them geaainqEUGENE eap.ad.e war is tm a finite MMM UMC

;. their daughters, Margaret andBetty E 4lMd M.. Jut letk el hue..the way the WSdal couoim tail
who will attend Finetree Permanent beads will traveL ape" all.spas.iacladed -

camp a* Poeon* Hill, Pe M*. Ceceoiit Palm Drive M'seairg ..... .d.Las lead peevides its seed-aip R.- 1
Leave their : : amasses SM le u4 fcoul accennsdadomft
lad Mrs. StUbnan will H.14DR. Basing ends.. :
v' ear at Seattle and leave by boat Asa MMI tit aa e.s.e eeae
tim4 el a pemssee me was. 5.a&r.
far Alaska oo .July J. Oa the 04 does she 14 we > .'.
Return trip they will visit relative. s KEY WEST TlORlDAMOTORlINES- V"
> .e rentes B.tfei
h New and Pennsylvania.r .
I Jersey- I :vue jp,wli gwise ree5Me'3ssSee WS IrTAT1ON, N.W a.a..A u..vW
: Mrs. CarrIecCul will AL A. BERGER LM M -rinds P-0 r1..ee A... vane a Thaw.A .

\ leave next week for a visit with his Ise she a aso% wish an i

: relatives In Oklahoma, She will DentistFirst Intel 001"110014. ... ..Mad
lba fcra.SesdA.darBush's
4 National Bank {

} Turner's Funeral Home Bidding Barber Shop

M-HE AND UM..KCIC: SEKTICI Office Hours 8:30-4:30 & Beauty Parlor

Lady Attendant Open KresJnn by Appetalaarat I'
I HIM Lulls Braw Openter
r Phone 894-R Homestead..




Page Sir THE LEADER.ENTERPRISE Friday, June 24,1938

Ii ; Social; Events in South Dade '



: CYRUS CRUZE AND MISS JANE PINSONCyrus and Mrs. Ceo. J:. Campbell I Mrs. Harry D. Beaty, who before I I "Mr. and Mrs. C. H Rice nee

are announcing the engagementand her marriage on June 1 was Miss Diana Hausman, with their two

Raymond Cruz of Homestead oral years sb* has been head book- approaching marriage of their Wlllela Bullard, was honored Wed-'sons have arrived from Homestead

and Mill Jan Pinsgn Of Miami keeper and comptometer operatorfor daughter, Jewel Jaunlta, to Garden nesday afternoon with a miscellaneous Fla., for a few days visit with their
a chain of grocery stores In MI- Robert Thagard of Miami. Th shower and tea given inI I mother Mrs. Clarence Rice en
were married Saturday evening ami. Three pre-nuptlal showers marriage will take place early in I the Bullard home in McClure': route to California. The Rice fam-

In Fort Lauderdale. The were given In her honor-a linen July. I Manor by Miss Bonnie Myers and'lly will spend the entire summer

ceremony was performed In the shower, a lingerU shower and a (I Mrs. Donald Sullivan. Iced tea I motoring through the far west and

parsonage of the Flnt Baptist miscellaneous shower The arm and cookies' were served. j will visit at Lake Louise, Banff
Church of Fort Lauderdale by the The bridegroom was born in' .1 The guests were: Mrs. James I and other Canadian centers of Interest *

pastor, the Rev. A. P. Smith, who Knox villa, Tenn. When he was Gllmer, Mr*. Harry Pierce, Mrs. before returning to FloridaIn
used the ring ceremony. Th attendants thirteen years of age his parents June 24 Benefit fish fry at I Laban Bishop, Jr., Mrs. Orlando I' September."
were Mr. and Mrs. W. L. the late Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Cruz 130: at Wakefield home given by Wollam, Mrs. Jerry Kavney, Miss

Hubert of Miami, brother-in-law moved to Orlando and he entered! Episcopal Auxiliary. I Jane Keeley Miss Geraldine RetU,I II I I JUNIOR WOMAN'S CLUB
and sister of the bride. Winnie Lake Academy. After his I June 27 Meeting of Young Miss Dorothy Sykes, Miss Evylee HAS DINNER AND GAMES
,, _, ... ,Matron's Circle of W. 1 I 1 1I I ...._ ,,, ____..
The bride was lovely In a white .......uwu.. ..e .w ......"" ....- M. S. with M ha '''..
tailored ensemble trimmed in navy Ineerln, course at Peoria, Ill For Mrs. Hunter Harden at 7:30: o'clock.|I--.Those) : I[ Club of Homestead'played beano

blue with white accessories and //8' year he was connected with June 29 Meeting of Wednesday who sent gifts were Mrs. after their chicken dinner at the

a white orchid shoulder corsage. motor company In Clewlston, Bridge Club with Mrs. Rob- M. D. Jacobsen, Mrs. J. L. Burton I Tropical Cafe Monday evening.
Mr, Hubert wore pale blue with then came to Homestead in May ert Glenn, Jr. Mrs. Lonnie Hood, Miss Mary Flags were used to decorate the
white accessories and a whIte gardenia and bought the Homestead Auto June 30( -Gleaners' beach party. Adams, Miss Nellie Ma Martin table and there were tiny flags
shoulder corsage I"Supply Company at Krome avenue July: 1 Luncheon meeting of and Misses Melba and Mosely Sever fastened to the mint I cups. The
Sunday night Mr. Cruz brought! and N. E. Fourth street Mr. Woman's Auxiliary of St. John's dessert course was red, white and I
his bride to their Homestead home,!!i i Cruze I Ia also caterpillar tractor Church'at home of Mrs. W. R. blue ice cream. I

.the former Robert Cameron place''service man for Dade County. He Bird at 12:30 o'clock. HAUSMAN AND RICE Miss Ellen Huff, Mrs. Claude
at 1006 N. E. Second avenue. played professional baseball In July a Dane given by Jun- GROUP VISITS TUSCALOOSA Campbell and Mrs. Robert Glenn,

The bride Is a daughter of Mr.I I the Southeastern League with the ior Woman's Club of HomesteadIn Th following Items concerning Jr., were the hostesses.

and Mrs. J. W. Pinion of Albany l I Jacksonville and Columbus teamsin i Country Club. Dr. and Mrs. Frank Hausman and Guests of the club were Mrs.
Ga. She was graduated from 1929 and 1930, and Is now playIng July S Meeting of W. M. S. their family are clipped from the I Geo. D. Ruehle, Mrs. John Graves
Albany High School and attended I I In the local diamond ball lea- in church at 3 o'clock. social columns of the June 12 and and Mrs. Bowling O. Dye.MRS. .
business college there. For sevMES. gue. July 8 Meeting of Legion
|S issues of the Tuscaloosa |I
Auxiliary In Legion hall at 8 p. m.
July 8 W. M. U. meetings.
R. O. WAL6ER GIVES Mrs. John Anderson and Mrs i 11 "Dr. and Mrs. Frank Hausman j I PARTY FOR MRS. SCHMIDT
July Business of
BRIDGE PARTY FOR SISTER Richards were appointed by the I Junior Woman'a Club. meeting and their mother, Mrs. Chris Haus-|, Mrs. Geo. Swan gave a bridga
Mrs. R. O. Wslsef gave a bridge leader, Mrs. D. L. Bowen to 13 I, man, arrived late Friday from I party at her home on June 18 in
: July W. M. U. In
party Thursday afternoon at her gather clothing for the Wesley .church. meeting their home in Homestead, Fla., for I I honor of Mrs. Schmidt who has
horn In honor Of her sister, Mrs. House In Key West and Mrs. Virgil I a visit with Dr. and Mrs. Chris recently come to live In Silver
July 11 Social
R. B. Kinney of Macon, who accompanied Lyon was made way and means Woman's Club.meeting of Junior Hausman on University Avenue II|Palm. The others playing were:

Mrs. Walser home when chairman. 18 and will be welcomed by a host of,. Mrs. A. A. Payne, Mrs. J. T. B.
July Meeting of Homestead
she returned Friday from a three. Present were: Mrs. V. F. Booth, Business and Professional Wo friends. The Hausmans formerly McElroy, and Mrs. E. A. Ames.
week visit with relatives and Mrs. Bowen, Mrs. Lyon Mrs. Anderson 'men's Club In club made their home here, where they
friends In Atlanta, Macon and Mrs. Richards and Miss 8 p. m. building at were prominently identified with I Mrs. J. T. B. McElroy entertained
Commerce Ga. Lobdell. every phase of worthwhile activity at bridge Tuesday Mrs. A. A.
July 19 Meeting of W. M.
The S. and Mrs. N. D. L. Swan and
living room and dining room their return visits art always Payne,
circles with Mrs. E. E. Atkinson
:j of the Wal er home were attractively B. P. W. C. ENJOYS Royal Palm State Park. at a .source of joy to their I Mrs E. A. Ames.
decorated with friends..
delphiniums POT-LfCK DINNER I
pink and white gladiolas and Members of the Homestead B. Miss Bertha Nill Hausman, Mr. and Mrs. Hubert C. Nichols
dwarf ilnnlas. P. W. C. enjoyed a pot luck din- MISS ELIZABETH HAINLIN formerly of this city but now living -land, sons Hubert and Bobby, attended -
Mrs. Frank Myers won the high I ner Monday evening fn the ENTERTAINS AT PARTIES in Florida, sails tomorrow from i I a party given at the Mc-
score prize and Miss Ellen Huff Wnmnn'i. Club KnlMIno. .. Miss Elizabeth Halnlln entertained New York for Europe where she'' Fadden Deauvllle In Miami Beach
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the low score prize. Mrs. Kinney 1 Mrs. Flora D. Myers, program a group of friends at a I will Join a party of relatives and by Bill Peck for the pupils In his
was given a guest prize. chairman conducted a quiz on I monopoly and finance party at friends and will tour England and school of dancing.
The others playing were: Mrs. current events, and four members her home lii Redland Monday

Claude Campbell Mrs. Stanley presented a skit, "Mr. and Mrs..{evening, and that night entertained ,

Wittkop, Mrs. Richard Huff, Mrs. Law Favore4". In this, Mrs. J. T.I Miss Betty Blake, Miss Doris
L. Price, Miss Mary Ann Brown li& *
John Scarborough, and Mrs. Hammett played the husband; Mrs.| ,
] Miss Kathryn Cast and Miss Margaret
A. M. Logan. Jane
the wife; Mrs. A. C.
Halnlln at slumber
Easton the attorney; and Mrs. party.
VISITOR FROM PLANT CITY !J. E. Gauzens, the wife's sister. Others at the monopoly and finance THE
party Misses Kath-
IS HONOR GUEST AT SUPPER 'I An emblem pin was presentedto : leen and Louise Ross Donald
Miss Lanell Rogers entertainedwith Mrs. Myers who has recently
Hawk, John Lewis Glenn Glidden
a spaghetti supper Saturday completed a term a* president I I and Albert H lnlln. Florida
evening In honor of Miss Edna A committee composed of Mrs.

Ruth Peacock of Plant City who Hammett, Mrs. Myers and Mrs.
Is the house guilt of Miss Alma C. H. Steffunl was appointed by I,W. M. V. CIRCLE MEETS
Jan Lindgren. Mrs. Clna Stewart, president to WITH MRS. J. TOM VANNA '

The menu was Spanish with Investigate the possibility of securing postponed"meeting of W. M. U. -

ravioli, th* main course, accompanied a site and a building for I Circle Three was held at the home I FOR MOTHER'S PAY, MAY 8*
by a green salad, celery a clubhouse. of Mrs. J. Tom Vann Tuesday.
curls, green and ripe olives, cucumber The club decided I to omit the I,Those attending were: Mrs. C. N. lord Baltimore STATIONERY
rings, Italian bread, nectarinesand meeting of July 4. i|I Walker Mrs. S. L. West Mrs S.
iced tea. The long dining Mrs. Wm. M. Bradley and Mrs A. King, Mrs..J. T. Martin. Mrs. + Com an 14 rack "( MnbM.
table was colorful with fiesta ware. Harold Sheffield were admittedas H. Collier Mrs. J. R. Pope and ,a ... fcUri ...... Ouilhr Ink

and the centerpiece was I low new members. Mrs. P. M. Posey. 50 I 110 ..ptr.kkilM Allrmlvtty la tick Word...... CiftMri

bowl of Jasmines and fern. Present were: Mrs 1. P. McLean I
Covers were laid for: the hostess, Mrs. Lloyd Diets Mrs. Roy Chandler SERVICE LEAGUE HAS

Mr and Mrs. H. S. Brenner, Jr., Mrs. B. A. Waldin Mrs. L. H. I PROGRESSIVE DINNER .
Miss Edna Ruth Peacock, Miss Greer, Mrs Stewart Mrs. NesblttMrs The Young People's Service 4J..t Bottle UrjtMtlAVENDER
Suzy Leggett Miss Alma Jane Myers, Mrs. Gauzens, Mrs I League of St. Johns Church en- .
Lindgren, Bobby Ames, Billy Hll- Steffanl Mrs. Easton: and two Joyed a progressive dinner recent- Bisma Rex SUAVI" GUM I
son Kenneth Hawkes and Cowen guests Mrs. Flora Compton and ly. It begn with a tr nato cocktail ...
Leggett Mrs. Anna Messersmlth., course at the home of Mr. and / ? .:: I". aid'': : "I:' t '

After dinner the party drove to Mrs. Lee H. Lehman. Then a 50 ..!< -i t .iifti.' :' I

Miami to attend a midnight show Mrs. Fr.nkRue., Mrs. Harold salad course was served at the H... PV._.<. ---lJ < .....I:. .
at the Olympia theatre. Sheffield ,Mrs. Wm. J. Geronimo home of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Gauzens "'

and Miss Ruth Fox attended a cov- and the main course was served 6 JAw $d21 ? !

CIRCLE! WILL BUT I cred-dlsh meeting of the Dade I at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. REXORDERLIES

DRAPERIES FOR PARSONAGE County Council of the American A. Hooks. .-. I k
Member of W. M. S. Circle One Legion in the Coral Gable Legion I After beano had been played r
PIFILT"i's' ell .
will buy draperies for the windows hall Tuesday. at the horn of Mr. and Mrs. R. / VC ......... Anjf C ..1o.. Th .

of the living room of the parsonage I I'i Brown Ice cream and cake B'I Jl .ihlm'kKk.. air.... ..N..pip..1... 25f

according to a decision mad WANT ADS PAY 'served. I w
at Tuesday's meeting of the group About thirty attended.Plice's Fiat Sire CAL RX
at the horn of Mill Jennl Try our Good Ice Cream
... "" .. .. .1 .
dU -Made fresh daily V1ttlumBottle .
Mix f J. Richards gave an Interesting I
I.. hYlda
: talk on "Adjusting Fish : Beauty Shop I i Eat lunch with us. Our h.,.. ..14. "
fly: Life to New Conditions. Miss T l
C Lobdell read selections from the I 11-11 MeCnry Arcade Alice H....... Owner-Opentcr I Sandwiches will please 'Nees inrr hog a 4 ;t-.A !
book. "Upper Room Thoughts." I
r-,. ........ '--7. PRESCRIPTIONS.
tlI. Thcrmlquc Croqu&nole i I obit P......*. Prl... I* (
"Dr. Leonard W. Haskln f ... .hb
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lit.... ... B>.*lrta. W C rt tM OH ee ,...* w..d _____ "... I >r.w .. ...* a .a Drug .
4t 011 .. tuft weed .etb
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MI N. *. First .... ..I.... Lsuul Batmpeo ThstaMarln Cosmetics .."... ." .. ,,"'II> .. .
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:; Friday, June 24, 1988 THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Pare Seven




4 M*. lilt BKKDCfcapW I
Nobler k hmto |WM that Mini" E1Ubaa *. ITIaf...... of IMt fH A-IItt 'I
eleadbam filed with nw written b hanbr (!.. tkotMIMnd Mid.
thai the. sea certificate together rem B__. wife 4 .awband. KMnof THEATRE RATE: First insertion IDd) a line; lubMqurnl huertlonf

Iwlth all lubeeount emitted or levied tans State and county Tan Cwttftroto MoM 64 II line
iaadag ties rr less held kr the sate knued the lat dar of Aiimit A. D. COCONUT GROVE
be Advertised and Bold to the hlgkaet Bidder Idtl.aan filed Same In m, oft..... and nan
our seek M provided, br Chapter IMM, of mode application for o tat dead to be wowed MaUallee Saturday and BandarSO
the IMT Act of the '-.. ....., vpon the Ikenoo, Bald Conif.....* mknn FOR RENTFOR FOR SALT 200 new 10-foot
._ reel sate In the Conn- tho following described property In the to t p. n. J to
.Dad.. Slated Floridi. to-wit Conntr of Dd. BUM at Florida. ....11' S Cheap eaah. P. O. Don

Lot I Blk 1 Craft Section Coral Gable. *, Lot 1. Block 14, la Berth 14, Township Shows T Bad 6 p. ....| Advise Mo Ml <)10)
The UM to b* sold an .vldnoed br Con II South Raw 41 East aontalnini RENT Good nice roomy

l w...... No. ANSI of IMS and npnaeuuI 19 Acre* men or ..... Plot Book B, ree apt. Cool well urnlihed. Summer -
I. taxes for the rear IMI IMI to Ills, both liT:In the County .. Dado. Auto of Florida. FOR SALE Second hand Frlg-
tarlueln amounting to III.IT. Mimim.nl of said. property nods Sun. Murk, June I.. 11 rate reasonable. Ask at Idaire, $20. Inquire Leader-En
Bald modification together with all ..... the sold ertn-loBae Laud von In tie MOM Western Union. my27U :
aft Unknown. 1 VICTOR McLAOUEV BRIAN terprise.
,, oeou.nl omitted or leeled tain will b*
''.,old H the blithe. bidder at th* Court Unions Mid certificate .hall ... nd.en..ducordlnl DON LEVY la '
Hen In Miami on the llth dar of Jut to law the property o>ocrlhodthereto FOR RENT Furnished apartment FOR SALE TrepfcMi plants citrus -
tr IMS, beginning at the hour of ton o'atookM will be sold to the hHtbeat bidder "BATTLE OF BROAD-
M- or a. eaen thereafter aa the urn M the Court Houe door o* the first ..... Summer rates Mra. C. I trees and tropical fruit la

.ir k. naehed In du .......*. day In the Month .f Autuat. IIW which WAY" R. Blggen, 104 N. E. 2nd ave. season. Jungle Grove Redland
Dated at HII' I. )lor....., this. the Und k the let dar of August I M. ,
do .. Jung Dated this find dar of J
of Clnult Cmwt. Clark of Circuit. Court. *. FOR REN1 fwuirntrr apt. I LOST

Did County Florid Dado County Florida LORETTA YOUNG, SPENCER downtown. Summer rate till
(....It! Court leal) (Circuit Court Boal)
J" FENNO.!: D. O.liOT'CIl Br N. C. 8TERRETT D. C. TRACY In"MAN'S Sept. 1. See Henry Behreni .
p..u.bool."Ir.'I (June t4. July 1, I. Ill) One special 23-U tube
I I. 1IH). or BenJ. W. Morris. (mlSttt
CASTLES"Thurt Reward. Dick Brooks. 010-17)

FOR RENT Furnished
CATESApplication I I DEED apartment
No. HIT I I Chapter IT4ST-Act., .f till, _, 1 June 30 clean all convenience WANTED
Nation Ie .....h' given that Welfare, F. Notion la honor *lv.a thai KUhorta
Perry ha filed with m*, written resume F Rule holder oP lute and county RALPH BELLAMY Also furnished house, 2 bedrooms TUTORING WANTED high
/this tile tout certificates together with III Tea Ortinoate No III lewd the Tth all electric. Mrs Eva Collins 1
Irwberquent omitted or levied team InoludI dray of July, A. D. 1110 ha. filed some In la school and grade school subjects .".
:Jog the year !llta hold br the Sail h. adler mr "'fIoo. and ha ...do appllratlnn fora corner Biscayne drive and Mrs. H. J. Armstrong A. B
__ and mid to the highest bidder forseek tu dd to b* .tamed. tIIo..... Bald Car "Crime of Dr. Hallctt'Fri. Federal highway at Modrllo.\ I ,
a* provided br Chapter ism of the silicate musicians the following described! Plummer drive and Country

IMI Aril of the LrgbUtun. upon the '. Property In the County of Dad, Bute of Club road.WANTED .
', lowing described. real mate In the County Florida ....I., .. 8mU July 1. I FOR SALEFOR
If Dado Bate of Florida to-wltl Lot U, R. L. Mann Add. Bub. Plat
Lot 10 Block 1. Knrgmn Garden Rook I, Pan 141, In the county of Dado, TILE JONES FAMILY Painting or carpen-
AiWn. The Um to h* sold' an evidenced But of Florida. SALE Houses at bargain
kr Cantina No. SUM of IMT and rep. The assessment of laid property under In"Borrowine prlcei. Here are two just listed try work. Price reasonable. Cora
,. menu* tain for the rear 1HI to 1111 the sold aertlflrau" bound was la the name Trouble"LEGAL bet Smith. Cor. 4th St. and lit
oft Mr. On Froatur.Unlna both close down town, well located
.both Incluarn. amounting to 114.Tl.
Ave. at residence of W. B. Flow
said wrtlflcoto ih.ll b Ndormodaoeordlnt ,
Bald taa wrtlflclM together with ill 50 feet frontage. One at
"inibenuent omitted or levied tain will b* to law the property described' ers, Homestead. (U)
old to the highest bidder at the Court therein will be old to .... hhlhnt bidder $1300 with all Improvements;,

How In Miami on th. Ith dar of July, at tie Court How door on the tint li_ NOTICEra.h one at $800 Inside toilet but no
?' IM*. beginning it th* hour of ten o'clockA. dar In the month of Auitnt. 1914, which I WANTED Listings of houses
M.. or aa eooa th.ne.rur .. th um.c lo the lot dar of August, IIM. bath. Both need some repairs. and apartments for rent. Henry
war b* readied In du ........ *, Dated thta llth dar of Jun*. A. D. 1964.IL a* provided hr CkaHor IBIM, of th.IHT These are cash prices. Both are
*. Dated. at Miami Florida Into the llth B. LRATHERMAN!: Asia of the Leitilatun, upon the ,...- Behreni & BenJ. W. Morris N.

J day of June, ,, Clark Circuit Court lawless doK-ribed real ant@ In tie County worth price asked.Twoapartment Krome ave., north of ID-cent
lots.M. B. LEATHERMAN.!: !: Dad County, florid I'" Mat Sate of Florida, to-wlt : 0440...
Clerk Clnult Court. (Circuit Court Sell < B>4 of 8KS of NE 4 of BWH. NEH store: phone 14. all-tf)
Dad Countr. Florid By N. C. STERRETT: D C. : of BEH, of BW* Section 10. Township M. house In good
r(Clreolt Court Bnl) (Jens 11, 94, July 1: 8); Roan M, The .... lo b* Sold an "*. condition, all modern Improvements
D. C. donned' br Certlflcou No 1141 of IMI
'uhlloboo June li, 14. July 1 1. 1091. IW TRI COUNTY JUIHirB forRT and repnaente team for the rn IIII $1200 cash. Buy a Home
IN AND FOR PAGE COUNTY, FLOW to IMI, both (Include, amounting U 404040404040
Ret Guardianship of Georn Kenneth Band Bald'ta. *ertlf1 iU* together with all HOUSE S rooms nicely arranged Buy

Application N. Isis Rrma Ln ....... aormtlmn known .. Subsequent omitted or ......... UM will ... improvements oak floors,I
Noose to honor lira that W. B. I... Emma IM Bands, and David Walter sold to the hlirhnt bidder at Uw Court Buy Glade
,IN_.. Agent of Ml*. Nottlo U. BU. Band. 111._. 1 I 1 I Know In Miami on the Nth dar of July, fireplace. Some repairs are
,..ra.in, kao rued with no written request NOTICE or INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION > IM*. beginning ., the hour of tea .'..IookA. necessary. That's why the priceIs I la my firm belief that Men.
.that the tax oirtlflootoi together with nilubMquont TO BELL PROPERTY M, or aa Soon thereafter o* the .*.... er prices are Imminent.
emitted. or boW team Includln OWNED BY MINORS. 'mar, b* reached In do ........ only $1500 on terms of $500 :

1 < the roar IMI hold br tho BUM bo ad- Notice b torebr given Uiat'l will applyto Doted at Ml.ml Florida, this the lath cash balance monthly payments. Don't quibble about price.

remised and told to the highest bidder for the Honorable W. r. III....., County, darofJun.. lll. Phone 7S Don't wait
ea.h .. provided. br Chapter 1I1t1. of UM Judge of Dodo County, Florida at hbChamban I I I a. ?. LlATHERIIAN.:
IfST AcU of the Legislature, upon the In the Court Hour Building, Clerk Circuit Court. IL A. CAMERON Homestead Buy new.
1,;"following described real mate In the Coun. Miami, Florida on the of July Dad County Florida. I
(J23.30)I this
o'.d.l. You'll thank for
Court Seal me auf
tr of Dado gut ftf Florida, towltlW. A D., till, at 10:01 M.. for (Circuit
M Ft. .rE IM Ft. of B* of B 4 off. authority to sell real property owned br,|I Rr JNO. FENNO. D. 0. meatless few months henr*.
E(4( of NKti at BB4 Section 17, Town. the above named Mlnon and described Published Jun. IT. 14. July 1, IMI. I LEGAL NOTICES
ship l>. R nn 41. the team to b* cold follow. IIi I I II. A. Cameron
.n evidenced br Certificate No. 11KI of Lot Fourteen ("I and the Eat Yen NOTICE OF IAIR DP TAX CERTIFIi .
10i. and nvn.nta taina for the rnlltl (10) fH of Lot Thirteen fill of Block I i IATRB repreaente taxes for the peon MAY to
to 1011. both Inclusive, nod 114 totUM Four (41 of ErIr......'. Addition to tile 1 Application Non IIII IM*, -both lntlu.lv amounting te III..... -- '"
both ..... ... amountlnl to UOI.... City of Miami. Florida, being a aubdlvhno Wastes, I I. hereby Steven thai Model LaedCompanr DaM tag certificates. together with all LEGAL NOTICES
laid... oortlflc.ta. tno horw.th all of the legal Half I.1"1 of Northwest has filed with .... written roast subsequent omitted. or Icrled uses will b* '
subsequent omitted *r lrlod axe will boMid Quarter (N W St) of Auction M, Township that the U> certlfleate* tonthrr with nillubeeouent sold to the hlihcet bidder .1 the Court ---
t the Court omitted or leelrd nom Includ.Ini How In Miami on the Ith dar of July,
to the highest" Udder 68 Routh Range 41 E at. anmrdlnf 'to NOTICB OF APPIWATIOV FOR TAJ
HfMM la Mlanil. on th* tth dar of July, the Plat thereof recorded In Plat Book "B", the roar 1089, held br the lUte k*I IM*. beclnnlno it the bow of ten o'clock Ir-Kt
. .101.. bralnnlni at tee hour of ten o'clock 1'... II, of the Public Kerorda of Dad .dvwtbed and sold to the highest bidder A. M. or a. sons thereafter *a the Mm File lent
A. M. or M'anon thereafter M the Some Conntr. Florida. for ralh .. provided br Chapter 11ItH. of I mov be morbid In due rears.. I Norme i" HERESY r.ivrv that H.
Is,ir b* reached In due ..u..... ALVILDA BANDS glined) the HIT Alto of the l..rblalun. upon the'1 Dated nt Mlml, norms. this the llthdr M ..,.... holder aa ....... of city of
-. j 0Mrd.1 MIAMI" Florida, this the lIt II A. Guardian of the .r....-.....rd III...... following diwruVd real estate la the County of June. I..". : Hialeah Tn CertlfVah. Ntmbererf. inn'
40 '"".. "". CI.AKKNCIt: W. NELSON of Dad*. Sate of Florida ...It. 'I t R. LKATHKRMAN!: HIT 111" 1111. Inn and ll'l. d...+1 the
WATHRBMAN. for Defendant N% and N'., of<< HWVi and BWU of Clerk Clnult Court I and dray of Jnlr. A. n tMI. hot filed eMCertlflrntB
Ii B.c': Court Attorney BWV, and 'E' ..f EVi of BEU and NW"iof 'I I Dade County .
l Clnult June 17. 34. July I. .. ID '\ : norms.I In mr .." ... and boo made.ppllntlon
I Dad -ountr. Florid ,_ NEK!: of; and NS of NW(4 o?1 I I ((Circuit Court Snl) 1 fur U. deed to 1_... IhrrnmIn
and "Wii of of 8KU and > Br JNO. FENNO, D. C
,(Clmult Court Seal) tru NWH i accordance with law Bald r o nlfl-
Its, ING. )FENNO. D. 0.Pnblisbd HOTICIAPPMrATIOM FOR TAX' NW\4 of BW<4 of 8E11 and NBof .j I! Published June 17, ... July I. IIII.I ..... rmhnec the fntlwlne den. rlhrdpropertr.
) Just IT, U. July 1. III' TKKD!: BRW: of OWL _u... T, Township M.Ire I I allBmled In Dnrle rnnntr. fl<'rlda.
79866 R range AN: ranalnin It -lOA Acne man or 1 NOTICE, OF SALR OF TAX CERTIFI. ...ail t
that Harrr d--;
OF TAX CIRT'Ic..nll Notice b given *. The taxer to a* evidencedby
NOTICE OF IAI.R CAIRN Lot 11. Mark I. $rminnln City Re, JIIn.I .
.. ae.lann
Elbabtth; Hlmmelwrl.ht holder CertKlrate No. IIII of last and no.reeent .I I
.. Application No. 241 1. In live Cite of iM1Sh. l'o"Sty .f Md.
1 Application No. Il4 of City of Miami Tax Certificate NumberedMmu Sum for the nan IBM to IIII I Notlo b hereby given that Burdrtle R.Simmons I Eau of Florida, m embrnred Inat 1"rllfl4 :
1 Native b hereby glee that Florida Bart dated the 4th day of July, A. .DUN ,. both Incliialee, aimwitlnc to 110400 1 Assets of Ih* Owner, haa filed No. 1111 Th imminent of eiMropertr .
I'CoMI Rr. k*. flied with ... written request has filed sold. Certificate In ntr NU of NW<4 .d. NU of WU of with m* written requeet that the Ui son ender thr ..'.< r-nflralr 1 IxiiHt
*.Hh.1 the ta* cirtlflcatea together with all fir*, and his mad application for tax and N% of ( of KWU of tlflratea tmether with all Subsequent. t In the nome nf 11.-......
... WWI
_rd. with
lubeequenl omitted or levied cases Includjlng dead to Ionia thereon la and *r.:<4 of BWV4 of NW4 aadXFH omitted. or lolled team Including the rear I Ut II Bloc flu. Ber.No. ,
the rnr IIM, held br the State h* idinrtlaed law Bald Certificate *mbn altualed In
and sold lo the highest bidder for deMrihed property. of NW14 of "W4 and Wtt of old to the hhrhoil bidder for With aa .... I Dad*. State of Florid, aa embnoed InI
%*.h a* provided br Chapter IMM, of this DadCCountr. Florida, to-wltl NW14 oft BWU of BWU and Nt4 of aided br Chapter lit**, of the KIT Act I Certificate N... HIT The.neaeeimexl of
last Ads of the Leilalatun. upon the fob Lot It, Block' 1. Citrus Park, Plat Bo- SE% and BWU of BEU!: and NS ofUKU of the Lotrlol...... upoo the followingdescribed sold property under the Hid CeniflnuOMined
(lowing described real I mate In the County I, Pan 145. In the Cltr of Miami, CovntrOf : ( of BIDU and BWH of BK% of BEV., seal eeuu In the County atI waa In th. .._ nf Unknown
.of Dado Sate of rlorldn ....It : D.d.. Bute of Florida.. tinder auction I. Township I*. Rani 18, cnn.Ulnln .I I Dado, State of Florida, to-wlt Lot IT. Ttlocb 1. Bemlnola City, H" Nr.I .
L Lou I to 14 II a II Blk D. Para The assessment of said property IM..4 areas non or .lee*. Thl LoU I. 4. II and II. Block 4, Jcmi. Plat In the City of Hllleah.I County oT Dado,
8. Vllli Height Add. The ate to ha old the said Certificate Wood psin the name, taw to be Sold an evidenced br .: Palm Park. The Uan to he aold anrldennd 1 1 Slate nf Flnrldn, a. emkrared In r.rtHI.
r an evldeaoei kr Certificate No. Sit of er Unknown. be redeemed ,Ir... No. IIII of IIII and repnaetiHU br Certificate No. II7II of INS' ate No. IMS The neeee...... of SAM
1M and npronnu axes for th roan Unless mid C.Aiflats shall e* for the mn IIII to UM, both la.Blinln and represents tau for the rn IMS UIMI nnportr ...... the aaM Certificate lemed
lit to 1114 both Inclusive. amounting to aomrd/rag to law tax dead will issue thanI amountln t* .uo II. /.0Iuele.wontl.o lo 4111.74.Lot :, err In the ...... nf Tnknnwn.
Ml.II. o.D-I': day ter.t :fu'1.:;: A.D.: D.1920.19". I NEU: lie*. 8KU of BWU of NE'4), I at. Block 1. Amd. Plat Palm Park 1 I** IS. Hlocb 1. hVmlnula ntr. B.. HeI. _,
NH of NKU of Wt W>i of BM ofNKMrfSwJ
Bald tag Mrtmeata together The team lo b* sold an evtdenred br Corti. I In the Car of Hlnlnh County. of Pad.BUM ..
subsequent emitted or ...... taxes will b* E. B. LKATHTRMAN.: : 1 N'4.f NWH of BW14,16'4of fkaU No. 1IT4I of and represents of Florida, a. _10"I.In CrrllfhateNo.
old to the highest bidder It the Court Clerk Circuit Court, BWU of NWV, of BWU, Bi of 8E4, taae for the roam told I7... IMI, both la- I IIII Th aeammenl of sold orop.
Mown la Miami on the 17th dar of Jon*. Dote eou..,. Florida.Clnult lUrtliw I. Townhlp I". R.nie 11. CO*. eerier. estimating ta $''.a7. arty under the said Otrtlflnt' Mound was
1.... beginning al the hour of ton 0'010011 ( Court Brat Ulnlni IM none more or I.... Th tarn Bald taa eertlflcoui wish all subsequent In this nam of Unknown
A. M. or a .... thereafter U the MMur tSr N. C. s'rEstRRTr!: I). C. lo be sold are evidenced fcr Certificate No emitted ., lurid term will b* told to the I Lot t*. RHirk I I. ..,U City, *". No
(June .,. 04. July 1, a. 11) M14 of IMt and _....... U.*| for the bidder ,
. be ....b04 In du num.Dated hmheet at the Court Hone In Ml.ami I, In the fail of HI....". knots of fm*.
at Miami Florida, this the 1th 4L. O*T'U- CIRTIFI.j >.... IMI to IBM. both Inclualn. amountln on the Ith dr of Julr. 1988, beclnnlac Sate of ............ ae embrneed I* (Vrllflnto .
day of I.... 1018. NOTICB to '101 II. at the boor of ton o'clock A. M, ornon No. 1130.: The .r..mr.nl of and
IL R, LEATHERMAN.!: i I I CATEI All U........... Bertloae U and II. m thereafter a* the earn BUT b* proton ender the eM Ortlflrale ........
Clerk Circuit. Court. Application No IITI Township M, Ran** I". ronUlnlni loss reached la due __ wa In the Steve of Unknown.
Dodo eou.to. Fiori.. Notice .b hereby tin that Leon Sawyer... nor*, mon or ..... The aim to b* Sold Dated it til.ml, Florida, this th* llth 11 M, Nlnrb I. _....1. City, S.... No.
wrltte .
(CInUt Court hem filed with nw en, evidenced br Certificate N*. IMI of dar of JUBB, I. ra the City of Hloleeh. Ceontr of ImdeBUte .
BL., JNO. FENNO, D. C.F.klbhed that the tog eertlfleaU I together with all lull and repneente taaea for the years. IMS.E.. II. LEATHERMAN of Florida .. embraced Hi Certtfleote
Jane 10. IT. 14. IMI subsequent emitted. or levied UM lmlu&Inv wad. ;: ti. IMI, both laclueln, amounting to I Clerk Circuit Court, No, lltl. Th Meeoiment of nM rrertr
the Fear IIM bold br tho sate I
'"' Dad Contr, Florida.Clnull eater the mid Certificate. baled
'' NOTICE Of BALK OF TAX CERTIFICATES ..rtl... and mid to the highest. hidar far All 1'.**........ action 8. Township ". ( Court Bnl) I. the Remo of 11"katowa.unit. wan
< ...h m provided br chapter 111N. .f the Range II. eontalnlne' ||.41 a na own orleaa. or JNO. FENNO. D. C. Mid Oertrflretn half .W redeemed .
Application N.. IIIINolle INS Avon of the Legislature. hoen the toIlawlnt I The taxes to 10". sold a r. ee/deaeed''I, P.bllnd. Jaw 17, 24. July. 1, 1981. Meerdlns to .taw, tai deed will
hi .hereby linn thai R A. Cam o.6" real wtaa to the County br Certificate No. of INS and re*. lone theron eo the tmh ear of July. A.
filed with 01 "'" .... .ut> eFlorida., bat I _to tax" for tie retire lost on loss I
ma, Asset of the owau ban M NOTICE D. IoM.
written ...._ that the lal eertlfketee. together r..t"I.Nofth:; '' Miami; 1'_.... The'both Inclusion. emanation: a 9000.All 1 1I' T. When. II Mar Coarsens Thin h Dated this. lltk der of I.... A. n IMS.E. .
omitted levied Uses to be eold in ...._ br Certificate US.orn ed Soaui. 18, T.w..hlp
with all ubeequeat or ere* notle. that fron thin date forth B. I.EATHKRHAN: ,
; lean Including the rear IM*. held brth N*. HIM of lilt and repreeent.taan Rang. M, ......1.1.. 640 Senn norm I will not b* responsible for any debei Clerk. ClmM Court
, and sold to tie for the rean lost ta Mi, beta. to.lu.lve o* Th issue ta b* oM rvl-i .I
BUM *. attractions : 04 thon a.tr.e If. Dad county, FkwMl.Clrc.lt I
klehe.. bidder for oaek a* provided krCkoptor and IMS, HIT and lots, MMnnt.Ins br CertWIeoM No. MIT I II LANDON CARNET' ( Court Beat)

11114. of tie loll AM of the to 867,51.MM sad epreanto taxes for lid years loll ( M. IT. JIM I, 10, IT, ... July I *r N. 6. BTERRETT: O. ft
. 0.001 Ih* ': '' tog arrtlfleatel hnretKor with ill I III.*, both Inclaeln Swimming ta l>*IM.j I I' Nov... a,. IJo. IT. 14. July I. .. IS)
. real esto.r I. the County of 1Date. BtaMB. aubenueet omitted or leeled teem will be 1 All _.... 19. Township t1 ..... Be,1maalnag '
51 rIarido, to.wttNIh cold to tko klgkeet bidder a* tile Court, A. Some man or..... The
a $Wlb .f NIIi I- Monte In Miami .* the glib dar *f Jane. i j area ta he sold are oetdeneed kr --
:!J:1t' IIM beginning M the Boer of ton o'clockoar Csrtlf/.I: I Ii
A? F. */W? Township H.Uan ', eaU No. IMI of IMI and --1
... watnlnla "18 Mm mon orkm. A. M.. or 00 ono* thereafter an the i for that IMI ta IM. both l OoI..I"1'
a* reached Hi *)uo nun I l.mounting
'" ar. o> no>4 8152 IL
by 0-1':0": : of Ions .'t nproMOU Haled at Miami Florida, Ihl the Ilk I Low I. t. L Section d. Township. 4b..
taaoi for the roan IMI to I.... dar of Jen*. IMS. : native 'I, "Staining 741.91 gem sees.or EDWARD STILINGReal
both IneliHln, amountln to 111.11. B. R. UtATRKRMAN : l.... 770 loans to be Sold: am writ I
' Sold. ton orrtUtaate tontkor with all Curt Circuit Court. I l dents or CMlfrraW No. OMI of IOU ....
........_. .milled. er 10.104 ..._ will M Dad* Countr Florida.CIre.ll i,i 1 ....* ..... for the rear list ta
Sold to the bisb"t" bidder the ( Cent Bent i both Incloaln, aMonntln to lid..... 1..1
Hmoo a Miami, so tie 17th"l, of .= 1Rif 14.: llljso. D. C.I I I All Berlin II, Township la 110.. Estate General Insurance
1959. beloelag .. the base .. an ...I.0aA. FublWhed JOB enulnlac 140 M ocna nun or 1.... The -
M, M w soon thereafter a* the somas 1 taaea t* k* wM an elinnd hr Cortlfhnw I
k* -..... In de eeuree. NOTICE OF SALE or TAX CERTIFICATES No. BMI of IMt and :'t.'iI'tan 1
Dated at Miami. Florida this the Ilk for the roan IMI ta If* 've.

day *f June, mi. I Application No SIIS I! emasnUng10y07.11.: : If& I
C. B. tEATHERMAN I Nation hi hereby given that Curtis E. atof 5I
Clerk. Circuit Court. In ban filed with Be. ..ft... request thai of H"4 a4 H&.. NINN-4 1 Cor. Palm Are and Arc. D Florida City Fla.If .
Couotr, Florid. the Ul nrtlflroua Auto bar with oil sub NWi I. and 4'y. Beetlon) IT. Township M, I IlUan 1
(Clean Court 10011- .eeqeenl wilted or levied Mm nMludlng U r-ntelaln 4tttl Saw manor

ft JNO FENNO. D C the year 1M. held br the BUM b* dver. I... Th, seer to W MM an *vs. I u __.__ _. _
"PekB.fled tam I", 17, 31. IMI Und and cold to fie highest bidder for 4.n<...d. tr ertiricatt No '*JO of IMt Md




Eight THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Friday, June 24, 1938
"" "' """"

Fancy PINK
PAUL REYNOLDS GIVES ber of the Sacred Heart Club atJbeii
HSn FRY AT ICE PlANT ; meeting la the clubhouse
Paul Reynolds gave a fish try Wednesday afternoon 8 Salmon
June 18 for the employ of the Plan were made for a beach RICE
focal plant or the General Public party in the early part of July for I Mb
Utilities Company and their familie the children of the church. 1 eaesi.Z51ba. can
*. The meal was served on I .
the lawn of the plant,and took the SCHOLARSHIP SCOUTS 1 1 1 eachWe
place of the monthly business LEAVE FOR CAMP
meeting Vida Clarke, Dora Scott and Virginia 18C e ,
Present were:Mr. and Mr*. Reynolds Kinner were voted the best
and their ion, Gene and r all-around Girl Scouts of the local
Joe Mr. and Mi*. Harry D. Wolfe, troop and awarded two-week
Mr. and Mn, H. C. Crew, Mr, and I scholarship at Camp Chwenwawat MILK any brand .OC Dixie Crystals
Mn. Robert Lance, Mr and Mn. Green Cove Spring near Jacksonville 3 tall
W. L. Shaddock, James and Billy cansBALLARD'S SUGAR
Shaddock, Mn Florence King Mr and Mn.J. L. Scott, parentsof
Lloyd King W. A. Shuler, J. A. Dora, took them to the camp on Plain or Self-Rising: Sanitary Pack
Truchi: Grady Walters and two Wednesday. 5 Ib. pkg. ... 24c
guests,Mr.and Mn. C. M.Barrow. Mrs. Frank Skill captain of the FI our 10 Ib. bag ...........00... 45c 51b. bag .... 26cCampbell's

time Homestead to assisting troop with, will the give Snapper camel 20 lb. bag ................ 83c
BEACH PARTY THURSDAYThe I Creek camp which 1* to be used SAVE THE COUPONS
the Girl Scouts of the
by county
Gleaner voted Tuesday ata Tomato Soup
during the month of August
meeting at the home of Mn I i iI

June Gordon SO Ivey for the to have members a beach and party their I MRS. JULIAN H. WEBSTER 4-lb. pkg. 45c Jeans ....... 25c
families and rlenda. 19 W. M. 8. HOSTESS
During the business meetingMn. Mrs.Julian H.Webster was hostess -
I\cy presided, and Mn Harry to W.M. S.Circle Three Tuesday Sanka or Kaffe-
Cooper and Mrs. W. B. Caves, afternoon. After a devotional -
Jr., presented a short program on "How to Read the Bible" by Red Bliss Potatoes, 10 Ibs. X 9c lIag'coffeelb.39cARMOUR'S
Miss Helen Livingston the mem-
The hostess served a fruit salad
bers gave an account of the six
course with cracker and Iced tea.,
minor prophets. j
Present were Mrs. S. L. West, The group decided to begin makIng -I GET THESE THREE
Mn. H. Schauberger, Mrs. Russell a quilt. Mrs. J. E. Davis, the!
Home, Mis. Dexter Horne, Mrs leader presided. j i $1.5i VANADIUM STEEL KNIVES
Albert Bussey, Mrs. P. D. Reams, A yes or no contest on the Bookof >o* Sol and ewdbewd tfta .._
Mrs. James Roberta Mn Earl Acts, it waa announced, will bea I ,.IILY from a Can of SPRY'
Cravey Mr. Win. Tyner, Mn. M. feature of the next ,"! SPRY
A. Murphy, Mrs. Floy Watson, which will be held with Mrs.meeting E E j 3 giant cans 25c 3 lb. can: ...u.'u. 55c
Mn. Clemmoni, Mn Ivey, Mr. Atkinson at Royal Palm State;

Cooper and Mrs. Cave i Pal .Iced salad course with crack-I Southern Lady RI NSO LARGE 23c

FATHER JEROME TALKSTO en, olives and Ice tea was served PKG.
SACRED HEART CLUB by Mn. Webster. : Salad Dressing
Father Jerome, well known Present were: Mrs. S. 3. Davis, :
botanist and professor of history I Mrs. N. O. Ball. Mr*. J. A. Me-I 25c
qts. ... .. .. for
and poetry at St. Leo School in I Ij NeilL Mrs. Webster, Mn. J. E., ..liFEBUOY 3 23C
North Florida addressed the mem- Davis and Miss Livingston. i

Chase & Sanborn
'''''' '' '' "

The REd lands Cafe COFFEE

(opposite F. E.C. Depot) TOILET for
,: Under management of Mbu Kercado Ruth Steffanl and Mrs. Florence ;: :I lb. .. .. .. .. 25c \\\ } LUX OAR 3 23C

CHICKEN DINNER. T5e STEAK DINNER $1.00 :. l -:.----: (=f ) Kellogg's Corn Flakes, 3 pkgs. .. 16c
.ri.mm""uucuwuwnmm..iuu; ?v..vnununmuumuuuuvuununuuuuuumunuuuau' I


I \ I .I, Gelatins and Puddings, 3 pkgs...14c

'set' .... lb.MEAL OR GRITS (bulk), 5 lbs. ..19cg


gg;P'E II PINEAPPLE JUICE, 47 oz. tin.. 33c

ARMOUR'S e to"1,

PEANUT BUTTER, 2 lb. jar .._ 25c 2 cans

I ("So rich it whips") 3 cans 19c twMilnut 33c

BUILD WITH ; CORNED BEEF, Target, can... 17c

l APRICOTS Tomato Catsup Juice
No. 2% can

BUILD with our Lumber it's each ........ 17c 14 oz. bottle : 12c 47 oz. tin ..._ 25c

the safest and the cheapest in the long Georgia Smoked WESTERN (Standirtg) Caves'

run. Strong, sturdy timber makes BACON RIB ROAST, lb. ... .2Sc FRYERS

strong support for your home-your : lb. ... .-. 23c GOLD COINSLICED Ib .n" 35cWalkers'
walls, your floors-your beams-and .. 29c
Western BACON, lb. ...
elsewhere where quality wood is need.
ed. Chuck Roast WESTERN lIENS

lb25c ROUND STEAK, lb. -,29c_ lb. ...n_ 30cI

i W. D. HORNE 'CO. Vi or whole -19C 1-4Jb.

I 1 Lamb Shoulder, lb. u
u can
II N. KTMM Are. Phase 507-J SUNLIGHT

h I IOe ROLL BUTTER, ;lb. 31 CPage *TEA_ 23C
j 11