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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: July 1, 1938
Publication Date: -1941
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
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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
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oclc - 33835104
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Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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i! THE LE LEADERENTERPRISEVOLUME ,




XXVI-NO. 26 HOMESTEAD FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JULY 1, 1938 PRICE FlVECl' T8DADE





TO SPEND 4th IN KEY WEST




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2,000 Anti-Commutation HIGHWAY OPENING FIESTA


I

Petitions in Dade Stores BEGINS TOMORROW LASTS




'T O BE I'I'Start Work on Fair Practice Pact UNTIL TUESDAY MORNING


Monday for Avocado-Lime Shippers -

-- TilE WEATHER U. S.. Cuba, Mexico Take

PARDON In a meeting at which all phases I dozen, thus undermining the market Part in Celebration of
I of the avocado and lime Industrywere "Somebody down here was OKI.sd _.....-.n;;+ ., 1M............
1...._.' ........ H._'.... r...... $30,000,000 Road
represented In unprecedent- selling at a price that broke the
I led attendence Wednesday night In market for the rest of the growers 1 11164.1 mile. I _\15Ne
ON Redland School auditorium a and shippers," be said. June 24 89 85 30.11, .67 ISLAND CITY READY

: committee headed by H. I. Moss-. Another instance of the needof June 25 110 I 64 130.101 ,71 FOR VISITING HORDE
,
June 2S 17 11 .01
barger, chalrmn of the
agriculturecommittee a fair practice bureau was cit I
of the state chamberof ed by Mr. Swan. "Last June 27. aD 88 130JOII Motorcade to
we Gigantic
Intended year _
to June 28 93 86 130.11.85/
for commerce, was appointed to got the Miami chamber of commerce JUDe 29 __ i 88 I 'II 130.011June Pass Through Here
Appeal draft a plan for a fair trade bureau merchants, drug store owners no
to prescribe and enforce I 30 ,,88 It 130.001 ,18 Saturday
by McCalls drink place and practically
ethical practices In the shippingand everybody in Miami to co operate
PARK MEETING marketing of limes nd avo- with us In putting on a Persian I Most of Homestead will motor
cados. Lime Week", he said. "Then what WATER MEET TO to Key West on the Fourth to help

HAS RECORD The committee win meet Mon- did we do, some of us, but supplythe the Island City celebrate the formal

day night in the Homestead offices Miami market with cull fruit BE IIELD AT CITY opening of the Oversea High
"Not Blood of the Redland District Cham- -fruit lackl standard juice content way. All store will be
Desire to Have ber of Commerce which called the I and frult.that would turn the closed here all day Monday In
Justice"The meeting held Wednesday, and begin housewife away from Persian POOL TONIGHTThe the past grocery stores have remained
the working odt of a fair practice limes and back to California lemons open until noon but
agreement. On the committee -I Persian Lime Week was an grocer In Homestead got together
two thousand are Dr. H. S. Wolfe, J. R. abysmal failure, as far as practical first water carnival at the this week and agreed on ull-day
out in Dade County early Brooks, F. M. Dolan, Paul Broeker biting results were concerned municipal swimming pool this j closing so that celebrators could
as a remit of the McCall Clarence Parman, Julian Eaton, year will be held tonight under 1 I have an uninterrupted weekendIn
protest mass meeting I J. H. Hickson Frank Lardon, I|given the direction of Jack White who;, Key West or wherever else they
Saturday night, will be
Chase Cox, Sam J.Davis, Frank B.week." tor the. past two weeks has beenconducting wished to so.
Tuesday and turned M <
I Rue, L. L. Chandler, John R. Ma Mr. Swan again pointed out that a swlmmmg and lifesaving A gigantic motorcade arrangedby
Attorney Ceo A. Worley
then, Harry Reely, Harold Dorn,I although California is only 60 school at the local pool the Key West Club ol MUml
tent to the state pardon
J. R. Byrum, County Agent C. H, per cent organised In co-operative Spectators will be admitted to will leave Miami Saturdy shortly',
It meets Thursday, July 7
I Steffan, J. Carl Hobson, Robert packing Is 100 cent organizedon the pool bleachers without charge. after noon for Key West.
McCall'i plea for per
I MacDonell and J. W. English. co-operative distribution.The The program, which will beginat Containing many cars of
his death sentence to life I I ex-Key Westers from Tampa and
rnent How a fair practice bureaubrought appointment of the organizing -! I o'clock, will include diving
I order out of chaos to MI- races, stunt diving, comic diving., headed by Edwin W. James. chiefof
The petitions are not ami merchants was recounted by I. committee was moved by Julian swimming races and exhibition the U. S. bureau of publK roads,
culated by canvassers, Eaton. the motorcade will be met at the
.
Dale James life-saving. Among the contestants
manager of the MI-
been placed In grocery ami Fair Practice Bureau. ( eo.I .' in the girls' division will be highest point of the Bahla Honda
drug stores over the L. Swan. Silver Palm grower and Miss Annie Mae Booth, Miss Mosely -I bridge (7J feet above the sea) bya
Monday Is the Fourth of I,chairman of the chamber of commerce LIONS INSTALL Sever, Miss Barbara Done and delegation from Key Weal! There
grocery stores will be Miss Bernice Brantley, of
committee under whose! Miss June Cheshire In the boys'group queen
of the petitions will be 1'0)'I supervision the meeting was held, OFFICERS SCOREMCCALLAPPEAL will be Archer Smith, Fred:I the celebration will cut a ribbon
for signing only today extending the highway a
summarized the situation In which I Sweet, Marcus Reynolds, Lester across *
morrow growers of the Redland District Archer Clement Russell, Robert the climax of a brief ceremony officially -
In the Redland District I found themselves as a result of Sykea, Billy Fort, Jack Whit and opening the road to the

t titions against I competing with each other. H. others.A public.
McCall's sentence may :repeated his assertion that last water polo game between two The fprmal opening cett-monie
I .t: I year without competition from Roscoe Brunstetter of Miami, picked' teams of boys and girls will be held Monday In Key West's

( Dixie Drug Store, :Cuba prices were down from no past deputy district governor, Installed will be played after the scheduledraces. Bayvlew Park, where Edwin W,
Franklin's Grocery,- other cause than that local shippers new officers and directors The tentative program out. James will be the principal speak- 1
i Homestead Grocery, refused to eo-operste In marketing of the Redland. District Lions lined by Mr. White Includes the 'r. 1
Wollan& Kendrick," their fruit. Club Tuesday at a ladies' night following events: Key West la prepared for a

A. & P. Store, Mr. Swan read a letter from one I meeting in the Lions Den at Silver Fifty yard dash for girls. borde of visitors for UM highway
Bernecker's Store, Palm. They were'"president.' opening celebration. Cekbratloa
of the largest commission housesin fifty-yard dash for boys.
and Silver Palm' drive. Dr. George D. Ruehle vice-presi headquarter are In the La Concha
Washington, a c., elating thata ; Race across pool for girls.
Will Anderson's (Stoic chain of stores there.was advertising I dents, Chas. A. Cox, John S. Peters Race across pool for boys. .Hotel, corner Duval and Fleming
Palm. Persian limes at 21 cents a and Wm. I. Flsk; secretary Chas. Fancy diving: for boys and girls streets where official programs,
McVlcker's Store, Ooley; treasured Tho J:. Kir- Comic race for!>oy. .nd'girls, f fades and lists of housing
Goulds SupplyGoulds. j 11. ; lion tamer,'Lawrence Pope; Life saving exhibition. "by instructor [ I may be obtained.
Williams' Store, LEFTY SHERARD I twister, B. H. Oanaher; directors and advanced class The program which has been
The mass meeting In ,, Dr. Carl Robinson Robert knocked Into shape by the wlebra
Saturday night, presided I C. MacDonnell, Harley R. Core and H. Clinton King been manager Of lion committee provide for three)
tho pool has attendinga
I who
BENEFIT GAME full days of entertainment,
tho
John P. Neatsey, was A. a Smith. |
; school ef advanced swimming atBrevsrd
l Minoan So many events have been pnWtided
tended and the most : Lion Dinny Upton also N. C., 'Will return 1
held there. 1 t'road talk. on the official program thai
Ing ever a
WELLATTENDEDLefty's
In time to assist In staging the carnival -
the time of various
scattered entertainment
the usual The club adopted the following Miss
tonight Virginia
,hundreds of resolution Overlaps like a three-ring clrcu%
were protesting any move
Holtzclaw, Red .tl'OfJ"t'l'lner i iwill
rnen and women who Ball Came played last to commute the sentence of Franklin front Miami at the p yesterdaj lend the principal difficulty visitor*
close to the concrete night pn the Homestead municipal Pierce McCall.' confessed kid- examined and passed In life-saw encounter will be'' that of
around the flagpole la diamond ball field between the nap-killer of "Skeegle" Cash to big Archer Smith, Marcus .Bey Choosing which of the events the$
Jo miss a word that was Brooker and Goulds teams, resulted life Imprisonment' : Holds and Fred, Sweet. prefer to see
Their attitude was In a score of 13-3 In favor otGoulds "Whereas, during the past month And taking the Oversea cele
txprened by Attorney -and in cash proceeds of our neighborhood has been shocked bratlon out of the rank of ordinary S
don of Miami, who was $65.60 toward the hospital bin of by a kidnaping crime that has Parker-Curry House celebrations and putting It In the
Jn the civilian posses that Lefty Sherard Brooker team's claimed nation-wide attention and On Key forgo BurnedO. (las of International exhibition*,
for little James Bailey manager, who broke an ankle in Whereas, Franklin P. McCall is the participation in the gal* j
fit said: a game two weeks ago. The game has confessed that he alone plan B. Parker of Homestead and fiesta by foreign government andthe
We are not here for was first announced for last Friday ned and committed the crime; and T. J. Curry of Key Largo suffered United States government
geance. We""are ben' night, but was'postponed on "Whereas, after a fair and legal a toss of $4,800 on Jane 22 what | The Mexican government hat "
that the legal sentence account of cabs trial In the smart of Dade County, fire destroyed a Urge nsidtAca tent a splendid: exhibit to Key West
a veteran Judge be As a special feature Margaret Franklin P. McCall wad found which they owned on the Atlantic for display along with Florida's
order that others may be i Berger, all-state girls' diamondball guilty and was sentenced to death; side, berth t>f Key Largo station. New York: World's Fair < <>ubl}
from committing i pitcher, pitched three Inningsfor The cause of the fire 1* unknown., snd exhibits by"Cuban gov, < nit
{among us again." each team.Robert and"Whereas, there I* rw pending ,Little Insurant Was carried.' bunt and the Work Progre' Adr
The talk that gave *, Goulds right fielder,I before the pardon board of Floridaan Two fishermen saw smoke rising rntn itta tlon.
'I faction, because of !I and Caves, Goulds pitcher, starred application asking to have the i from. the, how but before they On the day before the n !ct"- -
tij: ment that the C,,ish with timely hitting. Roberta got I sentence of death against McCall could land the building had burst lion opens Cuban gunboat
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Two THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Friday, July 1, 1988

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Cash has no bloodthirsty desire Rotary: Club to' Install 'Brooker Defeats SERMON TOPICS f f:\

to pull the switch that will electrocute July. 13 .
Officers on tm***m*** ii*mm>**+mMHmmmm M
McCall. contrary to a sensationally Goulds In Close
headed story published Officers for th; fiscal' year beginning FIRST BAPTIST CHURCfl "i \

20 Years AgoDIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII in a Miami paper early this week I( July 1, leS8 and ending Contest MondayThree July I Morning Mrm *f t

an interview brought out I June 30; 1939 will be Installed at ""The Great Invitation"; ove .

Mr. Gordon read a letter from a ladles' night meeting on July 13, Ing sermon: "Ik Baptlsai *| "
( : of the Homestead Rotary hit out of three time at Suffering." -,
L. L. Chandler of Coulda to Gov-: members .
Tk following Rome on __ w*. ernor Cone and the stat pardon Club were reminded at the the bat with two resulting scores July I Prayer meeting'

.Mto fm> UM 00 MM ..- liMor. ,.<. board protesting against the organized weekly meeting Wednesday Ls'gion was the contribution of T. Thomas, subject: "Paul the Missionary. '
a"Ownrl..lIIkh.d *
I* IH .
'
directors .
in she a."ta PI.e14. a..w attempt that had been ball. New officers and Brooker right fl lder, In the diamond
-.soot.-eM If IN" who ... __ started to prevent McCaU'i paying of the club are: presidentW. ball game Monday' night in I'

the penalty of his crime. I| M. Flfleld; vice-president. C. which the Brooker team defeated HOMESTEAD METHODIST. j
Dr. L. C. ''K. Stetfanl; aec.\ary-1naaul'lr., CHURCH ,
June 27. Itli. Shanklln of Florida Gould, I to .. ,I
City, who described himself a* a Geo. M. Prick; assistant secretary With Brooker In the lead from July I Holy Communion:;

-"Mr*. SaU.". mother of J. O. retired minister also spoke eloquently J. a Brooks; directors W. E. the flnt inning It looked like an at morning service 'which be

Sally, htt for her home In South against commutation of Xheney, Frank B. Rue and Dr. H. easy victory when at the end of line at K.50 a. ... The fall

Carolina. She accompanied heron McCall' sentence. Othen who S. Wolf to the eighth the score stood nine to eommnnlon ritual will be at. *
M far at Miami when he spoke at the Invitation of Chairman -i| The elub"ted Wednesday three in the lumbermen favor.In served and I* A. Young local :,

joined the boys who left for Camp: Neafsey inv J. K. Caulen have a ladles' night meeting once with: the ninth Could had a rally preacher will aaalat the pas. 1 "

Jackson on the 530: a m. trainWednesday. I and A. I|every three months beginning of July and It looked for a while I a* U 1 tor. "A Fine Resolution" will :'
installation meeting
." The following resolution wait the I Could would even up the core, be the theme of the pastor'sevening
-"J. L. Ballard went to Miami I adopted by unanimous vote by 13. but Brooker stopped the sermon which! win
that two merry-
and back two the and later sent I I O. B. Parker reported I
on Saturday brought mass meeting
I the go-round one score short and the deal with a subject that I Ia of
of the marine for over Sunday, to I to Governor fv* and members reflecting sign'purchased by ,Could boy tallied up an addi- vital Interest to the church and
half mileon
give them I taste of home Ufa. ."t t"Fred of the pardon txiard: I club to be put up Krome one tional five runs. The game ended community.
aide of the avenuejuncture
- Link and nephew, Fred I "We most earnestly oppose any either I
with of 9-8.
Trail a core
Fuchi, started north on their trip modification or change in the sentence with the Tamlaml
Monday. of McCall and ask that the had been erected. The sign read.I Goulds. .b r M .. Young Webster Define "

-"Mn Ch... Camp and her mother -I sentence of the court of Dade "Turn one-half mile to Home-I Cava River, ,1_ I 4 ..1.. 4. .0 "What"Taxe*."i*-Vancouver capital punishment Sun. ?

Mn. Zateikey, left Sunday for County be carried out stead and Oversea Highway. :Ow.no, efRohnto. a 1 0' 0
a trip to Michigan and Intervening' "McCall had a fair trial He admitted I .. rfKdwmto. a 1" 1 "
I M 4 1 1 1 0 0
points including New Mexico. that the crime was plannedby gam !Campbell: a s e a a a 1 given 30 days In which to repair or
They will return In the fall. I him some time before it was, The scores and summary: Simmons, .,, itInydw 0 .0. 0 0 t nit the building, falling which
.' .11 a 1..0PI.der.
-"Dr. Tower got a letter from hit committed. He admit that he Brooker alb t. bb Pe s a I e: p 0 e 0 1 1 0 they will be razed by the town
e
I Rae, Sk 4 ........
aunt who lives in Topeka, Kama*.Hone 1* responsible for the act. 0. BUhop. I' I" a I A.. Ika. s 1 t 10 I through contract awarded to
'K admit that he sneaked H. T_... > 5 .. ,. Gaon.Ilk 4 5 1 4 .. IT01'ALI highest bidden for
In which she states that the'ther-1; Into the lens... f 1 6 L 10 salvage \
mometer has reached 109 for five Cash home and stole the boy. He Brook.r, Ik II' I 0 11'tBrooker '
i T. Th..... (fC. .. LEGAL NOTICES
consecutive day It just happen : admits that while carrying himiway t I' .. r bb p" aRea. .
If 4
that our Homestead friends Mayors]I he covered hit face andmothered E. Sullivan Sullivan. SkO. 4 I 5 I .. Ik 4 1 a I s .'
.
C. Bbhop. a t e CIRCUIT COURT or TIRE IITI
.. I a oRrocWr. 1 I |M TUB
King and Harry Cooper were at 1( him to death. McCall lulll., rt tlKliuH e 4 a I e e .1 i R. Tbom', p a. .' 1 JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOB
Topeka 'enjoying' this fine (for] i admits that ha then threw the body Rmitt 1 I Ik 4 1 11 e II DADa COUNTY FLORIDA. IN CHAN.tlRT. '
T. TkoMU rf I" No. 1111 .
5 I I I
Kansas) summer weather when It1; among the bushe He admits that Cants. a 5 e 4 1as .1 E. lulling, Sb LYDA 0. HINNIt: SIY.: Plaintiff' ...
road its appearance." j j"Otcar :>. wrote the ransom note and I 5 T 'ter it C. *ullln>. .If : 1 I 1 : 11 PATRICK JOSEPH: HENNESSEY: Do.

- Thomas has bought the that he collected the ten thousand, -Edwards ...1, bunted tad /rd O (Sullivan, rf rfBrnnt : t. t 0I : :' f.ne.ORDER FOB PUBLICATION

A. C Horn property on Mowery I,lollan. He admit that he lied -... ok r bit poC. It.0..1&..10, ( 5 11 1 1 0 ,TO PATRICK. JOSEPH HENNEMKY ,
.1 lOt W t Grant '&rIeI, New CuU
avenue and i* Improving the house :in an attempt to Involve an Innocent H'IWT.._ ....... ,Ik: 1 1 a* a 5 a a I I TOTAL'e 1 t i II" I Pen alvanla. .

and remodeling the inside." man In the crime. I' Roberts. rf 4 5 5 0 e,t0.5IM. ... ..._. ... II' at" You aN t* kmkr.... BW notified.Complaint.n4 ranM.fo/. Dh toOMW
-"Mr*. J. M. Holcomb gave a 'From the Inception, to Its climax Edward., w : : t ,: : :1 i..Oaker ... .. "die te a.I .-1 mn filed !. tile above MrM MUM M
IL Campbell I.
a or before tho 4tli ... '"t Jiihjr. ..... Mhor
legitimate war-Urn luncheon on McCall has assumed full and sole 1.- II 4 I s e ',
1 ThrM WM hlut' C.n. t Sullivan, wise the allegations ol the MI4 Bill will
Sunday at noon to a number ofl I responsibility. In the evidence Gn Anderson.i>woo4.Ik rf : I" : I: .t :1 OMtlflM.1 Heed ........ plant .. G..,; i W takes ...1.., yes M .oiif.Mi
the there man >iiM>Uud| Edwards M Caves to This order el tall M published. 4
i
.her friends, Including mem- not one extenuating clrcumitanc L Oe-anma. Ik 4 a I a 1 .1 I
.. .. AnArnon boo M k.1, .rfi FMn t, Weak for tour ..._u.. ts the
ben of the orchestra 0 W. Cal- *. Der. p I I I _eat I IR.I ThowM (| struck out k* Flndm a. H. LoutafEiitoiTrio.. Dade Cmintr. Florid.
kins, E. C. Loveland George Adam "In the name of Justice we ask II II It U .' .. E .. tIATHEIUIAIi.u .
U.I... Beichert and r...._ I Clark *t the Clrralt Coat
and the accompanist, Miss Mc- allowed to stand and that McCallbe .. (Clad Court ball|
Rrcokw ... _.. ... Oon .6Gould. 1 I
Jnt,.... The luncheon served included put to death promptly. Such ... ."_" _. IU 'M 10.-11, I Br r J. COULD. Deputy CUrk.CARR
: Spanish baked bean Boston action by the pardon board will Town Council OrdersBuildings aoUeiUm a (CARR or FUlnUff. '
WM hits Greenwood bone
brown bread, corn on the cob -Increase respect for-the law and Roberts Three. Caves kM t on balks I alls Tkonu.I. rue. I June .. II, IT. t4l July 1) :
and vegetable salad iced tea and 1 will partly atone for the willful B.rir I with Ooukb. Cmo li Mnc I i CondemnedSix
out kri Tkomai I, foror with Brook.rOn. '
hot coffee with muskmelon for and awful murder of little "Skee- ., (; kite off l Her with Omhte. 4''1 DR. C. II. DENBY J
dessert The guest were Mr.",Ie" Cash." In I tanlnni off t Writer with ........ I, dilapidated buildings
In I Innlnn; bill off Caves. I In S Inn.I were
and Mn. John McKImmey! Mr. Inn I off 1'11..., a ,. I I..'.... wlnnlnipltclwr. condemned a* unsafe or unsanitary,! Osteopathic Physician
1
and Mn. W. T. Cilmer ton and LEFTY'S GAME B.........Cava, Ling pitcher, Server with I by the town council of Florida CIt'I 1 Phone 29Homestead

daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Flora Umpires. Reichert sad loo.-, at its meeting Tuesday a Flaw
Mr and Mn. O. W. Calkin, and The condemnation,will be posted
(Continued From Page One) LEAGUE STANDING ...'.
Mr. McIntyre and (Over B. Dna (two)
daughter ; by the clerk and the
daughter, George Adam and Mr. two singles and a homer out of Below I* the standing .of the owners
three time up, and Cave clouted various teams of the league up to
Trapp.
out a single and a homer In five and Including last night' (June .

MCCAiST time at bat Two men were on 30)) game: i ,

base when each homer was hit, won lost pet.

so six runs resulted. Brooker 6 i 800
(Continued Tom ....1Ie one) Scorekeepen and umpire doLefty's Horn 4 4 503

forgiven him, was one In which I nated their services for Goulds .4 6 400
George Cooper, a neighbor and

friend of James Bailey Cash read ----
the following statement dictatedto
him a few minute earlier at''

Princeton by the fathet of the '

child that was kidnaped and murdered '' ': :
:
by McCallf I' : ; : .

"I have never asked for leniency LUMBER t'

for McCall nor do I intendto

do *o. McCall ha forfeited his ses

right to live. Anything less than;
the maximum penalty will be i

unsatisfactory to me and to my
family" BUILD WITH

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r J' SOY ACIDOPHILUS Oversea Rig ,way West federal art center. Folk Osteopath Has Offices :III the United States, that ot the
danethf: T a."WMttheaa and Front Station American School of Osteopathy at
Fire
streets. Opposite Klrksrnie: of which his brother.

I \ MILK NOW SOLD (Continued Rant Paw One) 7-8-Band concert, Cuban naval ; i I Dr J H. Denby the, head
rive at Key West with official representatives band Bayvlew park. Dr c. H. Denby. osteopathic The training of Dr. Denby baa
i of the Cuban government '-*-Evening church services physician who came to Homestead Including obstetric and ear eyes
IN LOCAL STORE base ball "'amboxlnl All churches. a year ago and at first had officeson : nose and throat specialising:

teams and band. MONDAY Flagler avenue, now has his
; U.: S. Navy planet and gunboats Silver Palm Assn. Will f
; .-ll Inspection: of United office and operating rooms upstairs
Soy .CldoPhllk. made by will also be present for the cele- States and Cuban warship over Browns Drug Store, Hold Annual Meet July
> the Battle Creek Food Co. and bration and will provide detachments J
'-10-Aquatic show Diving and Krome avenue and N. E. First
i provided locally by the Miami for the big parade on Monday -' swimming exhibitions. Participants street, opposite the fire station The annual meeting ot the Silver :

Home Milk Producers Association I : Ray Hutchins Bill Rey- Dr. Donby was born In Rhode Palm Citrus Grower Association ,
Is now on sale In Homestead at The scheduled program baa been, nolds and Bob Iba all members of bland, wa graduated from Klrks- will be held Tuesday mornIng \
the A. and P. Store. announced ai follows: I University of Miami swimming vllle College of Osteopathy and July 8. at 10 o'clock In the ,
Soy acidophilus milk look and SATURDAY team; Harriet Hogan June Burr Surgery at KirksvUle, Mo.. oldest Silver Palm packing house ;
tastes like buttermilk, thought 8:30.11:30: : Baseball U. S. S. Grant Slater Southeastern breaststroke institution of its kind In the coun- I I All members are urged to attend ( I

is made from the soy bean. It Charleston vs. Key West, navy champion, and' Dorothy try, and spent two and a half yearsIn ; said C S. Allen, director In 'iinnounclng
is recommended for digestive ailments field. Ashe, all Olympic trial winner the biggest osteopathic hospitals the meeting j
of both Infants and adults 10-12 Opening of Florida 10-10:30-Street parade. Formsat .i
Soy acidophilus milk ls richer Words) Fair exhibit, Cuban and Duval and Caroline streets """"",,,,,,,,,, ; .
Mexican government exhibits and Participant: Landing parties from I
In essential vitamins than Is cow s (
milk, according Dr. A. W. Zie- Key West native handicraft ex- all foreign and American warships; -
bold, general manager of the Home hibit. Department of Commerce I Key West national guard, 285th AnnouncementSoy ':
Milk Producer Association building Front stUlWelcome Coast Artillery band; Key West '
to United States WPA band, Battery E, 13th coaltartlllel'7 \
"Contained In each quart of soy
Cuban and other officials
Miami motorcade, Key
acldophllus milk are 2,000 units of United States I
1-5-Inspection: of West civic and social clubs: Miss
Vitamin A which builds up resist .
and Cuban warships.2:304Baseball
Key West, state city county and
Infections 990 units of
to
ance ;
: game, Miami,
celebration committee officials :
:
vitamin B which promotes growth, field. I
vs Key West, navy 10:30-11:30-Formal opening Acidophilus
bowel action and digestion, and band.'
3-4-Band concert, WPA
ceremonies Bayvlew park. Speaker
neuritis and 1,600 unit
prevents ; I Jayvlew park. :
and guest include Edwin War-
.
of vitamin Q which promote S-S:15-Official opening of the i James, representative
growth and general nutrition. This. ley personal
$30,000,000 Overseas highway
of President Roosevelt
; represen-
milk so closely resembles moll1tr'1milk Honda Milk
Ceremony atop Bahia
tative of President Bru and the
In Its chemical composition bridge, highest point of highway Cuban government; Sen. Charles '
that It may be safely substitutedfor above ocean (75 feet). Participants:I O. Andrews H. T. Cole regional .
It In combination wlthother Officials of Key West, Miami,
I director PWA William R. Porter,
foods in bottle feeding a*, was ; Science's latest contribution :
Overseas Bridge and Toll District Pat Cannon' arid others Judge to the treatment of
done by Dr, Dafoe In rearing the
commission: Monroe county commissioners -
famous quintuplets," Dr. Zlebold mayor and city council -I Arthur 12 Noon-Twenty-one Gomez, chairman.gun sal : acute and chronic colitis and other

declared. I all visiting dignitaries, foreign .ute, army barracks -
When the quintuplets developed and American army and navy officers -f' I-2<- \ of the motion pic : COLONIC and DIGESTIVE DISTURBANCES
serious bowel trouble at the age distinguished Key Welt 1 ture.-"Cub and the Army," made
is available to residents of Homestead and
now
of four months, Dr.-John Harvey citizens and celebration committee'I
Kellogg, head of the Battle Creek officials. gov-ernment.I : the Redland District at re r

sanitarium and food company, began 6-Miami motorcade (Key West I 1-5-Inspection of United States e
sending them buttermilk and club: of Dad County) arrives at .
and Cuban warshipsPilO .
they.-hs .:since.kepCM:the'b st Key West. V.. : .,,.,. : -:: Baseball, Navy field ,
of health by the ,dally use Of this. 7-10-.Wrestllog>t matches, fpur First, game Miami vs Havana; THE'A. & P. GROCERY
product, he said bouts, Navy fleld.'i
second game, winner of first vs .
Physlclns who have had Urge 8-0:IS-Pageant., cast. .of 300.. Key West 24 North Krome Avenue
experience In Its use, both in Jayvlew park. I 8-0-Motorcycle exhibitions
private and hospital practice, report 10-Crowning of Miss Key Weit: T-ll-Official banquet and ball. ; Homestead Florida :
gratifying re.ultaln the treat- department of Commerce building La Concha hotel ,
ment of cases of allergy In Infants Front stl Flreworks'exhlbltion, navy .
and adults, asthma, skin eruptions, \ Queen's ball.. All night yard. r

and digestive ctfslurbance which dance, Country club 8-11'- International Golden 'Soy Acidophilus Milk, is produced under license '
employed In such cases, Dr. Zle church Cuban golden glove champions: : of the Battle Creek Food Company by [
bold said services Auspices of Key West officially sponsored by the Cuban

It Is recommended for constipation Ministerial alliance Bayvlew park. government, vs Florida golden HOME MILK PRODUCERS ASS'N.GREATEST .
diarrhea, colitis, coated tongue 0-11-Inspection: of United States {lovers. Bouts sanctioned: by A. "
biliousness," depression, and Cuban warships A. U.: Ernest Hemingway, referee I ItIIItllil" ill'ltl'll/IIIIIItl" III111111111111III' 'IIIIIIIIIi" IIIfIIIIIII! "III'IIIII"Mat11'111It111i111't1i11111111! '' ''! '''' ''''' ,11. "11' 1 ,
nervousness and insomnia 11-1-.Showing of the motion'
picture, "Cuba and the ArmY."
Made and sponsored by the Cuban
Redland F.F.A. to Have
Admission free. Pal-
overnment[
Fourth of July Barbecue ace theater I SHAVING VALUE

12-2-Motor boat regatta Five
entries Submarine base,
Redland Future Farmers will races, 22
hold a Fourth of July barbecue Navy yard.
tonight at the home of Mrs. Mae 1-5-Inspection of United States I A DIME EVER BOUGHT!
No
Campbell. Plana for the cele- and Cuban warships. ( cameras

bration were made at Tuesday permitted\
t-6:30-Baseball (doubleheader -
nights meeting of the chapter
.) Navy f ld First game, Sat-
when Mrs Campbell who if the ,
of members urday's* winner vs. Havana: second
mother of one the I
Billy Campbell Issued the Invita- game Key West vs. Miami.
tion. 8-8-Sunday music hour Miami
Symphony orchestra (95 pieces),II
Delegates to the recent state I
under direction of Brownye Has-
convention gave their report I ton Sears Soloists, Mr and Mrs.George I
Plans for the next regular meet- Mill White. Interlude
ing were entrusted to a committee I Isabel Shaffer, WIOD staff organist -
composed of Don Lair, Elmer Hammond electric organ.
I Hampton and Billy CampbeU The 8-7-Formal opening of the Key I
need of revising the constitution
i and by-laws, to conform more 1-------
(closely with the revised constitution -
adopted at the state convention PLUMBINGWork

was discussed: and prelimi- er
nary work on the annual final Done Promptly 0
report of the chapter for submission ir fl,. '
In the state chapter contest e *
was outlined.

Member present besides those R.E.ReedRedland ae '1'p: i.e 4 i ir
named were Warren Wood, 4
Charles Bchrens, Walter Thompson ltd. Just South ef
Bill Hampton Rex Romlne Cocmut Palm DriveHomestead You'll get mart shaving satisfaction for your money
.. Herman Byars. Phillip Ream. Q e s if you ask for Probak Jr.Famous for the wonderful MM
Reid Wysong sand Alvin Prothero r e with which they remove stubborn beard, these keen.

double-edge blade* ara backed by the reputation ef Uw

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( raiCB. else A TRAIN 11TA the autographing ot Lett's
plaster cast by score of diamond

Where Dreams Come Tri< 1 ball tans may be tailing a.fall
that will put the collegiate sweaterto
At memory dreamt shame
a picture seems .e6e..

T* lade like a -that the red toenails ot the In.

lout refrain. Jured Brooker team manager were

tinted in a barber shop by a he
And dim our years man and not In a hospital by a
of Joy and lean, pretty nurse
Until only the ......

dreams remain. I : ::--c- "" -." IB?" S5- ; -that the proud father was so '
:
;:i lYAK il41t"O tickled over Robert "Omega's"
When autumn wind ,
arrival that the fret drinks sign 1
unveil our sins was allowed to stay up all day.

And stage their .. .: I' l /lJAt /C' ...... .
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endless review; -&tt",r""L.' ,. '.:. ,c1P (K :. ... '''=J... -that another papa It so disappointed '
because "Alpha" is a ;
Where years unwind girl that he has not showed up
tomorrow may findA at the office since It happened. \
bourn where our .
dreams come true.
Creuon E. Finch. 114 -that Old Man Stork lays "That'sthe
6 = I .t way it goes I stand weeks on
end with nothing to do, and then :
Men Who Plan NowIt Just when the fishing season comet y

the orders pile in all at
I Is ttrange But It happensco around
"
often that It must be a responseto { once
something basic In human nature 1 '1if
In so-called hard times, a 1 Champions Learn From

when many business men forlornly American Boy MagazineMany
complain that "there la no

busineother business men famous athletes In all

contrive to find business; and, fit ov sports credit much ot their successto
what it perhaps still more astoniahlng playing tips and suggestions received -

new enterprises put down from sports article car-
roots get a healthy start, make ried In THE AMERICAN BOY
sturdy beginnings of vigorous Magazine.

growth ,.,..,.' -..-' -ts. _, --r,-.l e. Virtually every issue of THE
It Is that these business "downs" 1. i"'I"'r AMERICAN: BOY offers advice

have special purposes which many TIlE NASSAU GROUPER which! ranr- WAKULLA SPRINGS Is Indeed bee of from a coach or player. Football,

of us, blinded by easy success In ,m among the Florida reefs ha the amazing Florida's greatest water wonders Situatedin basketball, baseball track tennis,.
more prosperous periods, all to faculty of changing iU color at wilL a primeval spot about 20 miles southwest In factevery major sport to cov-
tee and use' I This changing of color is not only made of Tallahassee the great spring Rattles ered in fiction and articles.

The late Edward A. Fllene, a for the purpose of concealment but for the in a setting of superb natural taraty. This Is Just one feature of THE

merchant of Boston, Massachusetts capture of prey and for courtship as well. Its clear water flows up from a gigantic AMERICAN BOY Magazine. Adventure

whose thinking was never quickly can this fish, which attains a basin 103 feet deep at a maximum rate exploration, sport,

bounded by national borders, once ISo of 50 pounds, change color,that it of 211,000,000 gallons per day. LocMag .humor, flying science, travel, detecting
said: "1 have noticed that business claimed it can assume eight different down through the glass bottomed treats animals are well represented -

success tends to breed business !ecooiQn in as many minutes., that ply the surface into the transpanmt in stirring stories.

failure. Success often makesmen waters of the huge cavern toemior witl I THE AMERICAN BOY sells on
Incentive.It .
contented; lessens fish, is a sight never to be fnvottwlFleas all newsstands at lie a copy. Subscription
Is wtien people are not doing
prices are $1.50 for one
well with what they already
very avoid embarrassment.Many of $3.00 for three years To
year
have that they are most willing to i
FROM OUR MAIL BOXToo or us came to the Red- subscribe simply send your name,
listen to and try out new ideas
I lands because we liked the climate address and remittance to THE
that may MV them I did, for one. After spending quite AMERICAN BOY, 7430 Second
A certain chewing-gum manufacturer :Many Organizations And Not Enough some time roaming all over Flor- Blvd., Detroit, Mich.
a great believer In advertising OrganizationTo ida I decided that this was the

undertook one of his Ideal spot Many of our fellow About the goods he has to sell

mont impressive advertising eam- I citizens fixed upon this section tiin Don't reap the shiny dollars
To the Citrus Growers ot the do not construe this a* a "
time of *
palKM during a severe and
Meat place to live after even Like him who climbs a tree .
business stringency His competitor Redlandf criticism of any grevp. Each of more exhaustive surveys. Many hollers.
I
were cutting down or An "open letter" last week was them It honestly striving for asotutlon. people are coming' In continually, Isn't it about Urn we all started
Th sad of the
part
cutting out, their advertising Redoubled
attracted by the tarn climate climbing tree and exercising our
his appropriation. He adjudge to tame quarters al a situation It that any one of them
world
driven by the tame urge Can lungs collectively to let the
reasoned that with fewer advertisements I "plug" for a local co-operative and could, with the backing of all the we tell them that our citrus groves know what we' have In the Red-
seeking reader attention -: the state organisation with which ,rest ofII, do the job to much aN going concerns, or must we lands

his own aggressive copy ft It affiliated Please allow m to :'more efficiently and at so much say, In effect, that we raise citrus CQAfLLN.NOTICS .
would attract all the more notice; lest cost
sell It for enough money to buy
and it worked out exactly that correct Such an Impression and to I Mere organisation Is not goingto fertilizer to raise enough more OF ArWICATIOM sea TAX:
I>KBOct
deny an attempt to ballyhoo for
way, prove a panacea. Curtails are citrus to enable us to buy more .x.! tmt-Art. ., ins. rife A-tiu
any existing organization. The underlying ttal r*06 a..a
HotM b fcmr sins
worthies So would be
Great Industrial Improvements usually fertilizer and so on, ad Infinitum
thought "united Akin, holder .! Suu Cw.4 Ta. tfcrj
was
we
have been nude, or Initiated, In I any organization we might set up at well as ad mmseumT IIfI.... N.. 14 Wad tM MAmvM. d.I .
stand, divided we fall". We have A. D >MT kM sued MM ta tat
periods tar from prosperous I unless we supported it wholeheartedly The climate It a wonderful asset ._ 1.s
been falling for some time. Howmuch ..,.... n4 w ra* p. for a
Charles E. Durjrea, first to build I and gave It the tame but we cannot eat It. We have 4... .. k. ....... UwrM S.M Ctrtlf fe.WmbrMM
a successful gasoline automobileIn we hit farther rock bottom.can we fall before careful attention we would give other natural assets and have developed in tk.. bwH MM 'al\owlll.W IIo .,*BUM>nlM. *.rom........
the ,United States, began his to our own personal business tome of them at considerable Wont
At a matter of fact we seem to Let .. Due! .. Farllyfaa ...... FIN
tint ear In 1881, was building his This it our personal business, expense. We can and do growas Bo>k IS M.* SI, I* tlM Cmit <"tf Dwta,
fifth In I1t4; and between those have too many organizations and yours and mine-our hard earned fine citrus fruits ts are pro- SUM of riorid..
not enough ORGANIZATION. Tko mumtmtmt .! .M peON 0..d.
two yean the country was passing dollan are invested. Let us duced anywhere. We know IV IW MM MrUftM fara* kt lice UM
through on*ot the worst panics check up and be honest with ourselves but who else does and what effort .,I Vnk.. ..... ... ntmmttMonlliur
ever known. Th basic work on potentialities that proved hit salvation even though the resultsbe are we making to tell them V.I..id to .MrtttlMM... th> .Ma mwrty _rtt..<
the tint successful telephone was -and more. paintuL Ar our reruns sufficient about IttHarking ik...... will W MU to UM kkjMM M .... CaseS kens Ml 55.. Hnt kVw.ur
don by Alexander Graham BenIn Men who plan constructively to cover the leglthnat expenses back to younger days hi Ux Math 01 Awrvc. liss wkltkk
the early 70*, when the United now, may find that these to-called of operating our grows and I I recall a verse which could hardly Hw lit Mr W AWWI IM*.
States was rocked by the post- troubled times, viewed In the lightof still pay a reasonable return -on be considered at good poetrybut Du>4 tkl MAN B. BLEATHCRMAK.Ctork 1*". tHL.

Civil War panic Instance of this what they can do for us Instead our Investment at wen at an adequate Is meaty with good practical .( ClrraMi ..-
kind great or small could be of what they appear to be doing remuneration for our own common tense. It ran si follows (Cbnlt Court ...1\- GM... rivM*.

multiplied almost endlessly, but to III. will yield magic returns efforts. W* all know the answer : .. N. C. rrnarrr...,5 151Da. '\
more to the point would be the The Rotarian Magaxin to that one, to lets skip it and H* who whispers down a wejl .1---

personal parallel Hasty a reader I
II. r. .\!'
may draw. he recalls times when

he wall; to bard put to ft that. to STEBBINSKeiUUred t
survive he bad to do strenuous DR. R. MAKERS I DR.M.A.BERGERDentist DR.B.E.GATLIN Optometrist

new thinking and make drastic ,
revisions of unprofitable habits DENTIST X-Ray and I U TZARS'
Homestead
Practice la
which revealed hitherto untapped
Office Sears .. 1.Ip.as. General Dentistry Rooms and T

Icnfert f I. U First National Bankaildint McCrory Arcade .

"Dr. Leonard W. lIaMl.I used BateHareFree OtOe Hoars I a. m. to S Ph n.Saadayt Hours
sew.d.. .. a" R.eeI.NIw I Saturday 7 to 10 p. m.
young ad .....eoI.. a by appointment
Parking SpaceUM MAIN OFFICE:
I GLASSESHI I: Office Hours 8:20 1:30 rhenet Office IS KM. tS -| 1U5 W. ......w. Mlanl. "...
tin* tt, HIM* fh.Atr N, W MTH CT. MIAMI Open Ertainga.by AjpeUtaaeal BsaasrtsaaV I i I n11315111U
Ci: most s->m
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., July I, 1938 THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Paw Fit

Mrs. R. E. Reed has gone to' Dewey Davit of Mlllen,'Ga.. who natty attended an au day district f<-
Ashley, Ind to visit relative I arrived last week. Mr. and Mrs. meeting of the Women's Foreign '" u
[
Campbell will take them home Missionary Society heM Tuesday 4
In and Around j David Roberta, ton of J. H. Rob- whet they go to Millen for a vacation at the home of Mrs. J. C. William
erta of Homestead will leave today about July 10. In Coconut Grove.
for Georgia to visit with relative I

'In Valdosta, Tlfton and Waycrost Mr*. R. G. Water and Mr. Wal- Mayor and Mr Edward Siding
HomesteadMr. for six week I II". sister Mr*. R. B. Klnner of ..11I&0 to Daytona Beach tomorrow ;
Macon who I* visiting at tile Wal- to spend the week-end with Min r ,
Mrs.John L.Scarborough underwent ser home, left Monday morning Clara M. Roan 4
T I a slight sinus operation la to spend 'week In Miami

and Mrs. James Sottile, Jr., Lion trip to Los Angeles where I Miami Monday. Beach. Mr*. Boyd Cohemour underwent v
of Homestead and Miami are the they win visit Mn. Jacob parents in emergency appendicitis operation :
parent of a even-pound daughter, Dr. and Mrs. W. C. Norman.A. Mr. and Mr*. Eugene Scarborough Ernest P. Roberta went to Key Monday night at the Kendall
and their Infant daughter
born Wednesday afternoon at returned to their home In West yesterday to witness the hospital Her condition I 11 reported
Jackson Memorial Hospital Mi F. Arthur returned yesterdayfrom Tampa Monday after spending Oversea highway fiesta and to to be satisfactory.The .
ami. Mr Sottfle la the former a 10-day business trip that the week-end In Homestead with bring back: hit mother Mra. Charlotte -

Mil Ethel Hooks of thla city. took him through the Cardinal Mr. and Mr*. John L. Scar J. Roberta, who hat stayed Rev, and Mr*. T. B. Sheldon j.
and Virginia and to Washington, .it her home
borough. there tor the paat two and IOn Tommy will leave Monday -
An eight-pound boy born to Mr. D. C. H* alto visited hit ton, month for Nortel"::, Va. for a visit
and Mrs. Robert B. Brown of Wm. A. Arthur wh i* a tint year Mrs. Emma: Wright who had with relative .. '
Homestead at the Port Graduate cadet at the United State Naval been spending two week In Del Mr. and Mrs. Laban Bishop 0'
hospital early yesterday morning Academy at Annapolis. I ray Beach visiting relative and leave today for a visit with Mra. Mrs. J. Cook spent;; several days : '
has been named Bob. friends, returned to Homestead Bishop' relatives'/ to Davtiboro, last week visiting her sister Mrs. 1 'l
Miss Virginia Cameron who has! last Friday.Mr. Ga., and a stay in AshvUta: They Roxie Newcomer, In Miami. l
Attorney Ernest P. Roberta and been visiting Mr. and Mra. T. plan to be gone two or three :
big ton Ernest I:. Roberts of Miami Wayne Cooper, her brotherinlawand and Mrs. D. L. McKinney week Mn. Lawrence; Becker suffereda i
returned last Friday from sister in Hollywood for the' and son Herbert, and L L. .r sprained ankle last week but
attending clan reunions at Prince- past ten days, has returnedto Thompson left Sunday for Delaware Mrs. E. P. Wilson of Hollywood Is able to be out again. .
ton University In Princeton, N. J. Homestead to spend the remainder Ohio for a three-week visit spent last week here with her \
The former received his law degree I of her vacation cam-I Alvo McKinney accompanied brother-in-law and sister Mr. Myer Silverman left recently for t
there in 18H and the latter, parent, Mr. and Mrs. H. A. them as far as Savannah and MM. A. J. Campbell On a stay In Hot Springs, Ark. 1
his law degree from the same eron. She expect to return to I Sunday another lister of Mrs.
school In 1923. Mr. Roberta''New York about July B. Miss: Mn. J. S. Horton will go to Jacksonville Campbell Mrs. James Fitzpatrick Little Bobby Haberlandt of Miami ti
other ton, Wm. Harold Roberts,Cameron occupies an Important' Sunday night to join her of Miami, and her daughter, Ge- It a guest of his uncle and
science teacher of Andrew Jackson secretarial position with the National daughter, Wave, who has been neva, visited at the Campbell aunt Mr. and Mn. Rudolph Matt-
1,
High School in Miami la attending Tuberculosis Association In visiting relatives there nearly home. ton.
summer school at the University -j New York City. two weeks. Mrs. Horton and i --

of Florida In Gainesville, Wava plan to Join Mr. HortonIn Mrs. S. E. Carpenter b expecting Mn. Clyde Nelll entertained her
and wlU receive a master of arts, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Dorsey and Woodbury, Ga., after Mn. Hor- her sister from Detroit Sunday school class Thursday afternoon -
degree at the close of the summer daughter, Miss Virginia, returned ton hat visited In Jacksonville a at her home on Seventh
term. Sunday from a visit in Atlanta. week. Mrs. Ja*. O'Brien, Mn. Harry itreet
I Meggs and Mrs. Wm. Klmbroughof
Howard Johnson has gone to Mrs. Wm. E.: :Rhtney and daughters Mr. and Mn. J. E. McClung and Coral Gables and Mrs. T. S. Mrs. Frit Schroeder and child
New York on a two-week business Van and Anne are expected daughter, Rose Marie, returnee Cowan of Miami were guests of ren returned on Friday from visit
trip. He accompanied Mr. and[Saturday back from a visit in Wednesday from a three-week vacation Mrs. Seymour Dane Wednesday with Mr*. Schroeder'i sister Mn
Mrs. Mix Loaner and will return Savannah. trip to Eagle Rock, Va. afternoon. H. J. Arnold of Kobe Sound.
With Mr. Losner. Mrs. Loaner I

left New York for an extensive Mr. and Mrs. Bevo Webb who Mn. R. O. Cameron of Sarasotaand Mrs. E. J. Moore and daughter, The Ladies' Aid Society of the
.. European trip. Mrs. Johnson If have-been gone a month are expected -: her daughter Grace, are Jane Marie, of Bauer drive have I Community Church sponsored t
Visiting her mother in Miami during to return from their vacation spending several dayi with Mr. pent a week visiting relative In benefit cupper Wednesday evening -
Mr. Johnson'i absence. Sunday. Mr. Webb spent and Mn. H. A. Cameron. Miami. In the Sunday school room*.

most of the time at Hot Springs, _u_ Mn. Margaret Kennedy and Mr*.
Mrs. Curtis E.: Lea underwent Ark., and Mrs. Webb visited her, Mrs. Vera Summerlin who now FLORIDA CITY R. W. Mulllns were In charge of
I tonsil operation in Miami Tues lives In Daytona Beach It spending arrangements.
: 'IY. mother in Hattleiburg, Miss. Her Mrs. W. W. Bevcry,-c:................ -
home of
few hen at the
brother John Whichard, who went: a day I
--:- to Hattlesburg with them returned' her brother and ilster-ln-law Mr. Mrs. John Rohrer and daughter
Mrs. W. IX Home and daughter, a week ago. and Mrs. Gees A. West. The Rev. and Mrs. C. G. Nelson Catherine, were Sunday guests of
Miss Elizabeth, will leave for Hen. Mr*. Ja*. M. Dobbin Mrs. John Mrs. Wm. McCullough and Mrs.
denonbille Saturday, Mrs. Ted Moor who has been Lake Davis Proctor left Sundayfor Rohrer and Mrs. Margaret Ken L. Rohrer In Redland.

visiting her mother Mrs. R. K Savannah to spend the sum
Mr. and Mrs. Hubert C. Nicholsare Graham, of Princeton for a month mer with his uncle and aunt, Mr.
having their front porch con- has returned to her home la and Mr. A. C. Proctor, and his
Verted Into a aunroom. They are Charleston, S. C. grandmother, Mrs. S. A. Proctor Use Home-made Butterfrom
also having the living room and

dining room remodeled and In the Miss Lottie Leadley of Redland Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Campbell
big attic apace are building two and Staten Island baa purchased an entertaining Mn. Campbell'!
bedrooms and a bath. the house which Mr. and Mra. nephew, John Henry Davis and

Richard Lee Scarborough, seven ter.Landon Carney occupied last win LEGAL NOTICEIN Alpine Grove DairyNO

and one-half pounds, was born
TIll cmcvrr COUNT or TRI
Tuesday to Mr. and Mrs. Ted
Mill Belle Smith of Miami ILIVINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT or
Scarborough: of Homestead. Beach who formerly lived la Till STATE 0. "LOR IDA. IN' AND
.
ma DAD COUNT IN CHANCCKTNO.
Homestead arrived Monday te IM1S.Iiith FILLER, NO PRESERVATIVE,
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Harden are spend a week with Mitt Eunice Morto.. Flilnllff., ... rnna
announcing the birth of a six Walker., and next week Mist aa..F5 11.-: .FOR rwnd.at.O5D15 PUBLICATION 100% PURE
and a half pound ton on June 24 Walker will be guest at the home T. 1'...... J.a II...... wb.n _idsassis j

.t the Kendall hospital He has of Miss. Smith's parent Mr. and .abase.tTee aN ...... a.tukd and na.dnd 5.
not yet been named. The baby Is Mrt. Maxwell S. Smith. Mia irmr to the tin 'rf tomihlirt for TRY IT-YOU'LL LIKE IT ,
...... .. ...
MM filed to the XMM asw
a great-grandson of N. O. Ball Smith and her brother Allen, attended Wtot the m tay Ann*. ..... '
and of )fro and Mra. a D Gamier French Camp Academy b UMnrtH M.r tile IlktMiom, ., MM_MS. ) will Present Price 30c lb.
and a grandson of Mrs. Floy Mississippi the past year and This Mar shag be ........ soft awS
X. Cambers a.. Mr. wa.waiw we.e b, ta.Lad.5na..rlen. .
Allen i* now attending summer .
Commit. Ask delivery man to supply needs
school In Miami Beach. At the to IS, Ills. your
Mr. and Mrs.W. E. Kaon return B. 1.
clot of the summer school he win .. Owil.
I Clark *l MM Ontife
...ed Sunday from Key Vest where have completed the four-year high iCina/a c- a-sil, And Have tried OUR
Mrs. Koon attended the funeralof school course In three 1ftn.Mrs. a* M. iwirr trr Clerk.ERMET you
her sister, Mrs Mary F Har P. (OBERT*.
Mtettw tar n.IMIf(. Buttermilk
ris. Another titter, Mrs. J. R. Robinson K. E.: RosUund of California (Jw '. e, li, M, as. MM)
: and. her eon, Jack, accompanied the former Miss Helen
Mr. and Mrs. Koon to Hawley of Redland after attending maw
Homestead. a class reunion in Oberlin College
cam to Redland Saturday to
Mr. and Mr*. Ceo. N. Wakefieldand visit her brother, Chester Hawley I Surveys MapsA.
children: Barbara hall and and her stepfather, L. Q. "_.
Ii Norton, left early Monday morn-
R. LIVINGSTON
.I' Inc for a Visit'with Mra. Wake I Ve Xlf'C..Ia ir .

N' field relative In Boykm, Va. tie REGISTERED CIVIL ENGINEER
< 'Mr. WafcefMd plans to return In Let Us .
two week but Mrs. Wslrefteld and Registered Land Surveyor
,. EUGENE Perm.
the children: win stay Oil AugustDr. ( RejuvenateYour I nen|
IMfb'sigilag wawo-tii.d: Bas MS HOMESTEAD FLA.

and Mrs. M. A. Logan left Car A.t Lad" e.rb-Clara a.
Wednesday on a vacation trip to ..........,....
Minnesota where they will visit 1 S..e t *e IM we gI'e

;relatives.. WoodworkBody do steel" -......:, HARRY'S WELDING SHOP
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Fender Repairs I 1o-'aI....(......I.gS.*'
Mr. and Adrian Jacob and .. .
and &.t "eVris" loan l'Ul'faTOl'I.' FLA.
ton, Billy will leave by automobile Tops TrimmingSeat I .Mr br '.* --. wits Mi.Bush's .

tomorrow for a four-week vaca- Coyer f....'. 11d.latis..e std gas.ao... Portable Eleetrla tad Acetylene WeUtog ,.* Cylinder Blocks ,
-- Heads Ahmliran '
PllntinArt's Cylinder Caatlagt a4 Seller,

Turner's Funeral Home Barber Shop AtmUve MacKta: .Irtnw-.erftI. to,.nletla amain
I bearing pewtag and aflnwd mating connecting red peurtagad
M-HE AMBULANCE SERVICE Paint Shop & Parlor beriac End eyIMer kering.
Beauty
Lady AI"..... I .. '
Phone M4-R Homestead,Fla. I MS If. DOME Ave !. MIll Laos Brew, Operate EXPERT WORKMANSHIP GUARANTEED





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HOSPITAL STAFF GIVES Present were: Mr. and Mrs. Nel- RICHARD KC4AXD TO BE 1 cup finely ehopped celery i

SHOWER FOR EMIL 8IIORTT son. :Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Qull- The Calendar HOST TO CHURCH CLUB Cut papaya Into cubes, adds; *

About twenty-five nurse and I I lien, Mn. Anna Messersmith, loin.I Richard KInard will be host to chopped onion and celery. ChiUi I

doctors gave Mr. and Mr Ralph,I M. M. Ransey, Mn. H. J. Armstrong July I Called meeting! of B. members of the Presbyterian Men' serve on lettuce leave and gar. I
Shortt a surprise party at their,i and Mrs. Geo. W. Turner, P. W. C. in Chamber of Commerce Club this evening. Dinner at nlsh with mayonnaise.
home road and Jr. the Tropical Cafe will be
new on Naranja at 8 followed -
building p. m. Papaya Pie
Coconut Palm drive Monday nigh Mr Ramsey will be the next by a program session at the,
jl hostess. Jury 1 Luncheon meeting ofWoman's 2 cup trained, stewed
and brought a shower of gifts tor Kinard home where five-minute: papaya
Auxiliary of St. John'sChurch
Emil Frederick, ten-week-old IOn autobiographies of members will: sauce
of Mr. and Mn. Shortt. MR. AND MRS. 8. L. WEST at home of Mr. W. R. be given. 1 tablespoon butter
Mn. Shortt was formerly HOSTS TO BICYCLE GROUP Bird at 12:30: o'clock. 2 egg yolks
mem-
ber of the hospital staff A group of recent high school I July S Dance given by JunIor ,._ -- Vi cup sugar t
graduate from Columbus, Ga., Woman' Club of HomesteadIn Hints to Housewives 1 teaspoon ground ginger .

who tour of __,__ _,, _, I teaspoon
are making a bicycle Country Club. '" n. ___,"__ ground cinnamon
MRS. a L GAULT GIVES
8PEND-TIIE-DAV PARTYA Florida, John Miller, Jack Calhoun I July S Meeting of Homestead THE FRUITFUL PAPAYA Vi teaspoon ground nutmeg
Roscoe-Johnson and Hume 1 teaspoon salt
Townsend Club In school auditorium -
delightful spend-the-day
party burden and one of their teacher,1' at 230.: When fully ripe, the papaya 2 tablespoon lemon Juice
was held Tuesday at the home
W. D.' Johnstone, camped on the makes a delectable breakfast or i Melt butter, add cooked papaya
of Mr. and Mri. O. I. Cault The July S Meeting of W. M. S.
screened front porch of the homeof dessert fruit, served with lemon or pulp, egg yolks, sugar, spice and
in church at 3 o'clock.
guests came at 10 o'clock and !
Mr. and Mn. S. L. West, old lime. In cocktail and salads it lemon Juice.1 Pour Into a baked
ed, mended or crocheted friends! of tome of the group, the July 8 Meeting of Legion combine deliciously with pine- pie shell. Bake for 49 minutes or
they visited until five. seW-I night of June 28. Auxiliary In Legion hall at 8 p. m. apple and citrus fruit Fresh pa- until firm in moderate oven (325

At noon husbands of The party left Columbus on July 6 Meeting W. M. U. paya pulp with milk or cream degrees F.). ,
the member Joined the June ( and came here from Tam Circle Two with Mr L. T. Proc- make a delicious drozen dessert
a covered-dish luncheon. Cover Papaya Milk Sherbet
I pa by way of the Tamlaml Trail tor. Sliced and seasoned in the same
were laid for: Mr. and Mn. Cault
From Homestead the members July 7 Meeting of Redland way a* peaches, papaya are used 1H cupa ripe papaya pulp
And daughter, Martha Jane, Mr. planned to go to Key West, thento Neighborhood W. M., U. Circle for pies. Ripe papaya pulp, put 3 tablespoons lemon JuiceH
and Mrs. R. E Edwards. Mr. and
Cuba and to Miami by boat. with Mr*. Ceo. Wright ,through a sieve, with milk, egg cup orange Juice I
Mn. H. Collier Mr. and Mn. Geo.
They will return by of the and other seasoning added a for H4 cup milk
way *
July 11 Business meeting Of
A Wilt Mn. J. Tom Vann, Mr. 1 cup sugar
east coast.POPCORN. a custard, rank high a* a pie fruit
S. r... West, Mn. Ralph Moon, Mr*. Junior Woman' Club. Press papaya pulp through'
Geo. Frick, Mr*. Vera Summerlin July II W. M. U..meeting In Papaya SaladS coarse sieve and combine with
PARTY GIVENAT
and Miss Ellen Vann. HAINLIN HOME church, ( servings) fruit juice Dkjwive,sugar in milk,

Misses Elizabeth and Margaret July 14 Meeting of Redland 4 Cups ripe papaya (cube) add fruit mixture gradually to

FAREWELL PARTY IS GIVEN Xalnlln. gave a popcorn party at Ladle Aid with Mrs. M. M. Ram- II teaspoon finely chopped milk, and freeze In Ice-cream.
FOR MRS. N. D. I* SWAN their home Monday evening. sey. onion freezer using 8 part of Ice to 1part

Mr*. Sybella Chandler gave a .Present beside the hostesses July IS-Social: meeting of Jun- 1 teaspoon salt of Ice-cream salt ice-cream
dessert bridge party and showerat were: Miss Betty Blake, Miss Doris ior Woman' Club. 1 4 cup cooked salad dressing or maT be made by substituting thin

her home Tuesday a* a farewell Price, Miss Lorn Gosnell, Arnold July IS -Meeting of Homestead mayonnaise well seasoned cream for milk.Dl .

.surprise for Mn. N. D. L.I Soper and Albert Halnlin Business and Professional Wo
.Swan who will spend the summerin
men' Club liLjclub building at
Asheville and northern resort LOCAL GIRLS HAVE S p,m. W.
The others present were: Mrs .
PICNIC AT BEACH
July 19 Meeting Of W, M S.
A. A. Payne, Mrs. E. A. Ames, ; II
A group of Homestead girl,
circle with Mn. E. E. Atkinson at
Mr. J. T. B. McElroy, Mn J. R. Miss Jane Catlln, Miss Jan Keely, Royal Palm State Park.
Brooks, Mn. Landon Carney, Mn.,Miss Marcia Gauzena, Miss Bar- THE DIXIE DRUG

Adrian Jacob and Miss Pearl bart Done, Miss Phyllis Parman

Whltaker.Mrs. and Mia Mosley Sever, enjoyed
Ames wa given the high a picnic at Miami Beach Wednesday Homestead, Florida

score prize: Mr. Carney the con- .
solation prize; and Mrs. Swan, the

guest prize. B. W. P. C TO HOLD.
EGeneral
SPECIAL MEETINGThe I 1 1I
MRS. CAMERON'S BIRTHDAY Homestead B. P. W. C. will I
MARKED BY FAMILY DINNER I hold a special meeting In the 8 oz. Bottle Rexall

Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Cameron Chamber of Commerce building at
I
gave a dinner party at their homeIn 8 o'clock this evening.
Sevilla Tuesday evening In observance -I I IvyChekflg,

of Mn. Cameron' birth- Mn. France Carney, presidentof

day. All of the members of their the Woman' Club of Homestead r0" u ge fur wit" poi.ou .D-

family were present, Including Mr.I came down from Coral kj ar..k.bas you eta quickly < ===
and Mrs T. Wayne Cooper of Hol- i Gables Tuesday to visit friends refer licking and -welling with 75 I ssav+

lywood, Mr. and Mn. R C. Ward, !and spend the night with Miss till provtJ product. RtdiicMpretdinj ee--Y1la,
Mn. R O. Cameron and daughter, Pearl Whltaker. Miss Whitaker I ,loot A .t.At rrODUC'oftme
Grace, of SarasoU. and Miss Virginia was a guest of Mrs Carney and I Public Utilities I

Cameron of New York. of Mn. Carney' brotherinlawand

sister, Lieut and Mr. Wm.
Homestead Phene IOSHioMFORT
MRS. ROBERT GLENN, JR. Cox, several day last week, A r
ENTERTAINS: CLUB dinner party wa given In her I FORRlrXSU: PRODUCTS

The Wednesday Bridge Club honor by her hosteueand a cabana -

met the week with Mrs. Robert party was given for her at \ l..t /ACKSONVILL'ffttADINO/ : rum. *Will .,_ ISas b"std

Glenn, Jr Mr. Geo. M. Sonnl- Miami Beach by Mr Grace Perryof j Solution **&> 49 Face Powder 4 1.00

chen won the high score prize; Coconut Grove. THE / wgTELe..n imp.. Can.N_ t..tp....C.u. t"

Mr. Geo. D. Ruehle, the second Face Powder 2.00 Denial t tfy
Creme
19 t tI.
prize; and Mn. Dick Huff, the r Mr. and Mn. Van Helm of Miami -
third prlie. were Sunday dinner guest oft 1 .J.CnN- J.wt tale 1:..... Ae i,

Others playing were: Mr. Paul Mr. and Mrs. Adrian Jacobs. Mr. Aaawas Cold Cream 2.00 Shaving Cream ? 25

Reynolds, Mn. Curtis Monroe, and Mn. B. F. James, their son.1 i as Nair Can Nor UxkMtUHimMr // t

Mrs. Gordon Ivey, Mrs. Russell Frank, and daughter, Mn. Jeanette Eyebrow Pencil 50 Bay Rum ,- 50 i

Home, Mrs. Floy Watkins. Mn. Tollaon all of Coral Gable, AND u ......J-Can N..* i. .Mis.fcou.i : '
J. D. Perkins, Miss Ellen Huff pent Sunday afternoon at the Bath Salts 1.50 '
Electric Pad
7.50
Jacob home. ;.
and Mill Pearl Whltaker. I
u..Can N_ ez 11 c..,|...'I AfterShaving
Mrs. R. U Itobson. president of I RCOI DITIONED Perfume *:s* I.OO Powder 25
MRS. THOMAS: BREWER
the Homestead Home Demonstration -i
IS LADIES' AID HOSTESS
Club, and Mn. Harry D.
lairs Thomas Brewer was hostessto Wolfe returned yesterday evenIng -, mm WOWBIMN& SAVES YOU MONEY
the members of the Ladles' Aid
from Miami Beach where they i
Society of the Redland Community had been attending the county r //.iim g- Mjl' Adrienne Defender Household
Church on Thursday of last
week. The Rev. C. O. Nelson Home Demonstration- Club Camp.' Face Powder Rubber Glows

gave) the devotional. Mr. and Maul Reynolds I it re wwe LATEX 00-

After the business meeting the entertained at dinner SundayMr. i 50S =.pit..= Lt.yMe..llr I
members started quilt and lira. B. L Knoderer of own *zoom file
Brewer Ice-cold t.. ntdirir. tudabl. t..de
Mrs served Miami and their children Joy and un a
watermelon. Jim.

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tM ed. a..d... atgte-a tern[ Y Mlase r----

1 Alice's Beauty l Shop .1 ..dSe.wta.t Ivey o"Mise.W zed ae, a..e.e J.tde.svnts.Hew.A we masse Iwerw.o ." Annie Mayhcw FitzpatrickGraduate

atM wwdre itt.p, Am" live
11-11 MrCrory Aitde Alice Hobs**. Owner-Operator ...
0 .s av.y ass.PRIM Oberlin Conservatory and Royal

' ly Oo"a
Thcrmlque CoaTA& u corm ubri .
: Croqulgnolc s. Kxme ttoin Conservatory of Leipzig

Permanent: : Waves Newt fAiiiN f MOTH oiiorollfit
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jJ: jT .a r__--- ..... CHI at Till* WM _._ *?.** ; PIANOFORTE AND THEORY
>U T.ll. w..d With ,
whit MitiM _. Was CMrtiifaw .- HMe '
i Law Shampoo nail -Marl1ItI1ie Ceuwtle ; opp" lb '
Redland Near
TIt.XPUONR ass-w Road Bucayne Drive Phone 1422

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LEGAL NOTICES [I. LEGAL NOTICES 1! .LEGAL NOTICES .


r Ilf TWO: rOUNTT 1l'001l'1I COURT III ..* *f the .....Ia_ the''uI-,16, Fan 14*. la the City of .Miami County'
AND 1"011 DAOIC COVII" FLORIDA. lowleeA dmrlb.d real IN .I1.ATL NO. "Is.In .( Dd*> Baa .( FL<...., ...wIt, The aee.wm.at 0/ Now property weer I' I
Mt ESTATE or RLMRR.. tau"x, LM to. Slosh 1, Eummoa eo..... the Mid CanWaal* kuiued wait In Ik* Baa
Damon". Addn. The tan* Sow Mid ar 4r.Miii.iifl I of Unkaowa.UaleM RATE Jim r
NOTICI TO C W>ITOM Ortlftaato ..| : inierUop 104 lice; subs quest lneertlolt.
by N. UW ft WIT ad M MM aordf...... shall W ......
i To An CrodHoea sad All Persons BorhujClaim. MMMa axes for tk. pan IMt to ISM according M law ttl dad will IMM thoro. $< a line

or Demands Against Bald biota Nth lalu..... amounting to M4.7H. M on the fate of A. D. IMS. ___'_ t !
Yon nod *wit o< you aN hereby notified CM toi certificates totwkw with all Dated this 1"do' of.1. A: D IMIC.
1 and reaoIrM1 to Present any saw ub.Muat failures .* kntat Una will k* B. LCATHUMAM. \ J
and demands which .- or either. at ..... old to the highest. bidder M title Opera Clark C1no.lt Court, FOR RENT FOR SALE!: Second hand frig

may ban against the .tat* of Kim: M.TT.M. HOUM ta Miens so the Mil day *f Julr.l .! Dad County, Florida I Idalrc. Good running condition.
dMMMd. late of Ward. ColI.", 'w. beginning at ta* hour of to* .' lork, (Clroult Cart Been
North Dakota 10 the ..... W. T. Rlantoa, A. M. or a* MMJ thereafter a* UM a.oe, 1Ir N. 0. BTERRETT Q 0. FOR Good $20. Inquire Leader-Enterprise
RENT
Oou.tr Jodn of Dade Count' and file th.MM any tee mark" in ... (Jose ill l4. Joy I. 1. III rw, roomy
ta kU ." ... I. the County Court. Dated at Miami. Fla ids this the Ira apt Cool, well furnished. Sum- '
hoop h Dad Cou.",. Florida. within day .f JUM, I.... NOTICE BALE FOR SALE!: Tropical plants, citrus
eight slender month* from the. UM af the t .. LEATHCRMAM or or TAX ciiTirv mer rate rcuonablA. Aik at trees and tropic fruit la

flrat publication ........ Bald ...1.* or Clerk Circuit Ourt CATS Western Union. (myJ7U)
dend to omelets DM legal addroM das Dade County, Florida.! APPLICATION. IIMNotlM ...ton. Jungle Grove Redland <
.lauaaat Dad ta W won to and pr*. (Croak Court Ioall la Kerny stores that Dwmar M. road and Plummer drive.
I posted aforesaid, w same will be barred.sm By JNO. PENNO. D. C.PabllaM rrlpp bM filed with aM. Written requuM' FOR RENT Furnished apartment -

.:. 120 of the 1938 Probaq Ad. fun IT. 't. July I. IMt. that tk* Ml Mrtlf IratM totetkor with all Summer rates Mr C.
Dead J.DO II, A. D. 1988.H I iubeoguent panted or lovMI ton mclud.IM .i WANTEDTUTOR1NO
A. CAMItIlON. I I BALE or I the pans 102#. bold ky the Staff k* ad.ortlaoi a Biuen, 104 N.: X. 2nd avt.::1 /
or CEHTIFI-
Al Aaelllary Administrator of the ....te of NOTICI CATESAaoltrallM TAX I II nod Mid to the h.......' bidder for I ( 20 U I
ELMER M. Zom@oLMeet ) Na 8216 I,rush M provided; ky Ch.pur flow of the. my ) WANTED high
: ] publication o' Jan. IT.Xi. I I I .i MIST Asa of the Lntolatur, upon fefollowing
Nolle U that W. R. .! I
(Jan IT. 1&. July I. t> Phrases, Atmt hereby of pies.Mea Nettle M. Sto.ph.nKm *.! described Paul I mina In the CouaItr -1 FOR RENT Furnished apt achool and grade school lubjecttt.Mn. .

Y kai filed with m. written request I I (of..D.oX Lot 4 Sate* 8WU of Florida of NWi, Wake IWUjINWM downtown. Summer rate till H. J. Armstrong, A. B., }

NOTICE or BALM: or TAX CBRTIHtATKS -I that the tax certificates together with all I, of 8EU gi, of NIH .1 EUi: 1 Sept 1. See Henry Behrena Plummer drl\t and Country !
1 I! sub.pu.nt omitted or kn>M uses Inelud-
Application N. list ad-1|! and SH of SEW: Section. II, Township 14.Rann W. Club road.WANTED ,
lug the year Iota. bold by the SUM k* or BenJ. Morria. (mlSU)
Notion e hereby then that 8>m T.maariuu ......... and sold. to the highest bidder for 44. conUtnlnf 401N acre were I
| > filed with B. written rouuoit that the M.h a. provided ky Chapter 38296. of thai The taxes N": b. Mid ar* oat.
MrtlflcnU HIT of III and; FOR RENT Furnished apartment :

HI certificates together with .11 .u''". nil Acts of the Lntalatur.. upon the I-b. Painting or carpentry -

u : moment omitted or levied aces including following dtwrlkod' nol Mtat. la the Conn't -| both ,U i''o.a: : :: ,,room to .'.':.t-'I clean, all conveniences.Also I work. Price, reasonable. Cor
18... MId by the Slat b* adver.tUed i I! HM. '
I the I
VMI
of Dad., SUM of Florida, to-.lti
Raid Ul certificates Vnether with all furnished house 2 bedrooms bet Smith Cor. 4th St. and lit
Mid klabojt bidder ,
and to the for <
W 41 Ft. of B in Ft. of BVi of 8 4 Oil I
I I mob H provided br Chapter II2M. of the 'EH of NEH of SLIt Section IT, Township .liubaoquent I b* Mid U the omitted kla-hMt or bidder le.led'aam at the CourtHOUM will i all electric. Mr*. Eva Col- Ave., at residence of W. B. Flowers -
Act of the L.wb4turo, the
r following 18" described, real. estate 'n 'M upon Oo.nI ar nktonoid II. Raan by lc.rt1'i*'tarn No.to H5 b*1 Mid ofIMI In Miami, on the lUtk day of J.I..I Una, corner Biscayne drive and Homestead. (U)

i 0' Dodo. state .1 Florida. _'U and represents UM' for the years IMS. beginning at the hour W ton o'clockA. Federal highway at Modello.
Lot I Uk II Town of Florida Cltr., The M, or a. Mon thereafter aa tit Mm.M.y
nil to 1911., both laelualv. and 114 to
WANTED of hot .
be roarhed In due count Listings et
to.M to .b* cold w evidenced by .../.I'I. both lnclu.lv amounting 4IOa.44 I .1
... No. Mil of lost and represents taxes :... Ul together with .11'i I' Dated at Miami Florida this. the Slob FOR SALE and apartments for rent Henry
I day of June, III*.
th* Mrs 1M1 ta 1W8, both inclusive.
subsequent omitted or levied UM will k* E. R. tItATHEIIIIAH. Behrena ft Benj. W. Morris N.
/ to $40.99. old to the highest kldoVr at the Court I
Said ton Certificates together with alt Rome hi Ml.ml.I on sin day *f July, Clerk Circuit Court. FOR SALE Grocery store and Krome ave.. north of 10-cent
........... emitted *r levied axes will : I Dad County, Florid.
I
JOAN beginning at boor of ton lock alS-tf
tore 84. ( )
station
filling at Inventory. Inquire ; phone
Circuit' Court ArgilBy
I. sold W the Selfless. bidder *t the Court
A. M. or M Mon thre.ftw M the Mm I
._ I I. III..... M the llth day ft lair. mar b* reached In due aou ... 1 JNO. PENNO D. 0. Leader-Enterprise (pjl
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(Published July I. e. 19. )
m. koxlnalnf at tk* hour *l Sees ..look Dated at Miami Florida this th. Ittk
.... or M Km thereafter M the Mm day 0/ June '
MV k* notebook In due ouna.. "Vs. LBATHER1AN. i' NOTICE OP BALK OF TAX CERTIMApplleaUon FOR SALE!: Houses at bargain Buy a Home

A l Dated M Miami, Florid., this the find Clark Circuit Court, I rATlII prices. Here are two Jvut lilted
1 u ta at JUM IMS Dad County' Florida, N*. till Buy Grove Land
B. LEATHERMAN. I Curt both close down town, well located
J (circuit Court awl Notice to barrier given that I
. : f .v ;*"e Clre.lt Can I By JNO. FENNO D. C.!1 IM hM filed with ... written quest that 50 feet frontage. One at Buy Glade Land

) Dado Cou"",. Florida.Circuit PablUk Sum IT. It. July I. ..... I,tit Ion MrtlflMtoa tomtlhor with all auklaeweal -
V 1 ( Court Soil omitted or ...the toiM Including $1500 with all Improvement; It Is my firm belief that kith.
Br JNO. FENNO. D, 0. NOTICE ArrneATiort FOB TAX'Ckaptor th. year .Mid by RUM b* advwttoed one at $800 inside toilet but no
l I (Publshed Juas '*, July '. *. '"". or and old to the klukoH bidder for er price are Imminent.
DEED
AllllNotk I rob provided ky Chapter IMM, of tit I bath. Both need some repairs
1 i IT4IT-Aeto *f I"" File M Don't quibble about price.
NOTICE or BALI or TAX: 'fu nI1 to Iwraky given that Mlldivd and' Tilt Acts of the Legislature span Hi* tat.Sawing These are cash prices. Both in

CATKS Fred C. Blac>m.r, wif. a iu.band, koloVnof described. coal MtoU la the Cants worth aiked.Twoapartment Don't wait
A...'lk.U" N*. Ml sate and County Tax Certifies No.M of Hade But of Florida towltlBU. I price BQ Dow.You'll .
. Notice to hereby glean that E. I. Culp Mood the tat *. of Amruit A. D.. *f BF.H: of NKtt of IW%. MBH ..Neer
than filed with sore written request that IMT kav IM. memo la ..y offers. and kao. of BIM of SW%. Bectlo. 10. Township M house In good thank me for this MCeitioa -
vjtW tax *.rtlrlou*< together with ill Made applloatlon for a Ua dead to k* hud ...... ... The a.. to W odd ar *vi.denord :
subsequent emitted or kola. axes In. > the_ laid Cortllloato: mkraOH:' by Certificate No. 1141 of IMt I condition, all modem improve a few tnonlha hepex
eluding tit year IM8. kM kr Ih* state the following described pntMrty ta the and .......ono. axes for the years loll
.b. advertised. sad told to fits. bl.11oo' bl... Countr of tMnta, Slain of, Florida, to-wltil| to I.... both In.I...'... anomalies toMl ments $1200 cash. H. A. Cameron
des for cash u nnliM br Chapter lliM.1 .M. I 06ee.a
Lot I, Block ta Brtlon 14. Town.!
-1 th* IMT Ala *f the LmbUitiira, ups ship II South, i..t;. M EaM >Mtalalnl 1 Said tai ...un..... together. with all : HOUSE S rooms nicely -
the. following dM rlk>4 ml estate I* th* 1* ACM more or kM. Pint Book R. pin' aubeeno.nl omHtod or levied axes will .b* arranged -
County of D4. Sate ol Plot.... to-wtt II. la UM County of Dd*. lUU of Florida.Th .old to the hlthe.1: kldder. at the Court Improvements, oak loon, LEGAL NOTICESNine
Lot I slit I Hlni I.... The tames takf *..a imont of sad proptrty ndorl I H..... In Miami on the Itk day of July.' Some
oU are *>lo>iMrf kr artifice. No. the sad Mrtlfleato. based was In tile some 1 IMI. beginning at the bass af ton .'...... 'I fireplace. repairs are !
11044 of 1M sad represents axes for tile oft Unknown. I A. M.. or M soon thereafter M the cam necessary. That's why the priceIs : at the hour of too .'.""' '' A. M. or

IIM 1UI Miountlix to '8I.IT. Unless MM Mrtlfleato shall ... redeemed may he "shed In due only $1500 on terms of $500 a* Mon thereafter M the Mm may k*
roomas artifkatae. milk III ..ubMqantmlttod nonordln law, the Property dMrrlbodith Dated at Miami, Florida this UM lltk r....... In duo .......
or levied. team will kt Mid to r ln lIr... Mid to the hlxhnt blildw''!I day of June, IM*. cash, balance monthly paymenti. Dated at Miami, Florida This tk* 1Mb

the highest kldoVr >t the Court How laM at the Court Now door on the fireS Mo.I I B. B. LEATHERMAN I Phone 71 day 0/ June, \I'.,
;Nl.mk-ws+tho 1/n1.1dlp ad day. AVON, ban.planing -day I* the month nf ....oot, 18... whkkla ,I Clerk Circuit Court B. B LFATHKHMAN 4
th- book i* ton .dock A. M, the I., day of August, I.... I BuellDade County, Florida It A. CAMERON. Homestead Clerk Circuit draft.Dad .
or we mm Uwrwiftor M the wo aay be Dated this Jlnd day of Jun. IMI. I Circuit Court ((123,30) I County fklOlda"
reached I. due 001I.... K. B. LEATHERMAN I lr.tl JNO. FENNO. D. 0.I (Circuit' Court Real)
Dead ., Miami Florida, this th* 19th Clerk. of Circuit Court I Published. I... July I I, IMS. I Fly nolo. FENNO D. C.

dyr 01 June IN' Dad. County; Florida.' LEGAL NOTICES Published. June n. 24. July 1, Ills.
E. S. tItATHEIIMAH. (Circuit Court Sean I IBy ,
Cork Circuit Coact.Dad. NOTICE OF BALK fI' TAX CERTIFI. OR TAX
) N. O. ITERIlInT, D. C. I NOTICE OF APPMr'''
County. Florida. (Ju.. 14. July I. .. III) CATEH W'4 01 or Hie'" Df 1'111:14.: N\o tiKRn
(Ctreult. COUrt Best) -- ---- I Application No. 3" NWH NW14", SH of NE%. B<4 i>f Pile milNOTICR
r.' JNO. FENNO, D. O. NOTICE or APPLICATION FOR TAXI'I Nola, 10 .hnrbv tires that Model tend I. 4 and S%, Section IT. Township IR.Ro. III HrRFHY GIVEN that HM .
(Published July 1 6, 16. 1978.) i HEED Company h. filed with we written rsnuest I .". II. rontalnlni 429 H acrM manor I Halter. holder M amlroM' of City' ofHlaleak
I I ('b..... 17557-Arad 111 !i'/I'set the Ul certificates. together with Incited.Inn .11. lee.. The axle to be Mid *.* \. Tan: tkrlifirano I Numbered: Mia

NOTICI OF BALE OF TAX. CERTIFI. Notice u> .hereby gives that KU wih.eiM.nt. the omitted IIM. or held levied by the taxes sate .b*, steered by Certificate No IMO of Ittt nndrepreeenu ', HIT, III*. till IIM and list dew In*
CATER near tale, for II* ran Srd. day of A. '
hers F. Rule holder of BUM and County MihMt bidder July, P lot kao filed Mid
advert'Md! and Mid to the
Application No. IIM Tam Certificate No. 4751 Invited the 7th .... both lnelu.1*.. anountlni to 1"1.11.1 Certificates In ny office, and kM madeapplicatlnn
of
Notice la aerobr girom hat Alexis B. day of July. A. D. IMO ku filed. same In1my I I, for emit aa provided by Chapter 1I2M I I. Bald taa Mrtlftealea/ torether with .11 !,, lot tai deed aem.. IhrnnnIn
Kononoff hu filed with ... written re. of f=m, and kai mad application for tit Ion' Acts of the Legislators.. .. upon the. auto. ou.ut emitted or levied tames will M awordaar ollb law. ..lei.brim.ratol .
Quest that the tol ..rtlll..,.. together a U< dord to b* toned tlMNon. Said C.rtlflriU fnllowlnadovrlhed real I In the County 1 Mid to the hlihe.1 bidder. at the rnortHOUM 1 sentence, Ike rollnvlnade>..rlltrdproperty
with alt .uboKiuoitt ontltttd or krvkd. team ...br._ the following described, nf Dad and. But: :);' Id".i IW'' < of I la Miami, on the Itk day of July t situated In Dad County, Florida
ItMludliw the year IM. held by the state property In the County, of Dado, state ofi,1 N'/j Nil I9S*. beginning' at the. hour of ten .'.....k towltiIx
be advntUed and Mid to the hlahert bid. Florida, to-wltl Wl) and E'4 nf NEU of BEtt and NWUl I A. ..., D' u men thereafter M the Mm. < II Him, I. "," ", Innl. City Br' N*.
dee for ash M provided by Chapter lifted.of Lot M. R. L. Moura Add. a tub. Plat of NE:4 of SK'4 and N 4j of NWU ol May ke reached In du* OOU.... I I t. I. the city of HI..h., Cmmty of Ihla.

the IMT Acts of th* Letfelalor upon Book 1. Pan 141 ta the County" o( Dads r.v. and of RW 8WU<4 of of NW SKlT% and of 8F.H and oftK I, Dated at III..... Florida till the llth State of Plarka, w wolem d 'n 0._"
the following described mil estate 'In the sate of Florida. NW% 1. NKH day af June, "II.I Mto No. III*. The aoMMmeM of mid
t County of Dad., But of rlorlda. to.ltiNS The allotment of Mid property under :t of ..E''Ion Township II.Rann t. R. LCATHRRMAM. pmioerty wnrter the .M '_"..... Lot 4 Rock Terms. The tames toW la : M. eunUlnlna' 110 Acre nor or Cloth Circuit Court woe In th* ..... of Unknown.Lot .
the mid MrtllieaU based was UM nam* ...
i ..... The UKM to b. sold erldeneedby
I loldara. evidenced by certificate No.Ml oft ..... 0.. 1'_. Dad County, Florida.Clroult I 14. nlork I, Kemloola Clly ":
... ........ for > Certificate, No. Sets of 1811 and rep.'nwenu ( Court Beal In ;
17 of IMT and to. UnhiM Mid certificate shall! M rodoemed i iaorardlnf I ) No. 1. the City of Mlalenk. Count fDude.
the Pace IMI to Kin'', both Inclusion. M law the p ova to described to.. for the ran lull .to I'''. By INO. nN..n D. O. Stake of 1"........ .. ombraard I.
... ..1. M.N'4 .
| amountmr. to 144 M. therein will bo Mid to the bllheM .bidder both *. amounting 1104 Published Jose n. I.. July I. ..... Ortirlrat. Na. 1117. The .__.| of
IIold.. certHlc.ua bmthot with ill of NWH and N% of IWU of -- --- --- I Mid. under the MM
> Mo property CerlJdmtokvued
at the, Court How door m the tint
subsequent. emitted 1 a ..... ta_ will day ta the man of August ISMS which'I NW% and Bitt. of KWtf dd SW J ofNWVL OTIC* WM In the name of Unknown
t 'be sold to the knrhMt bidder. at tit. Court the IM day of August, ..... I I and of BWU NW%T and To Whom It May Comment This k to Lot IT Black I. _.... city, .... No
Now In Miami oa the ink day of July, Dated this |ltk day ol June, A. D. 1911.B. DFH of NW\ and EH: of W14 Red ,.ot.., the from. this. dU fortk I 1. hi the City of Hlaleah. County of 11oo...,
1 II'''. beginning it the hour of tom fiton B. tEATHERMAN.CWrk !> NEH of NWU of IW4 114 aad WU ofNW44 will not .fc. responsible for one, debt ... Blat of 1'........ >a embraced la OrtlfUMto
J A. kf., or u Mm thereafter H the Mm Circuit. Cart I II of 5W04 of IEiZ and Ntt ofRKU owl theme attracted ky myself.LANDON No. II U. Tk _oient ef Midproperty
_.... I I I : and BWU of and NU of CARNET
b
may reached In due Dnd County, Florida. under the Mid Certificates W n dWM
Dated at III..... Florida.. tu the tttb (Circuit Court BM!) IlltU of 811\4 and IWH of BEti of 8BH.toetloai : (May N.iii. 1_ .. II, IT. 51. Join 1.I In the nm of Unknown
I day of I.n. lose. D. N. 0. ITERIIE'M' D. 0.Jas. .! I. Townihlp II, Ruth II, eoe It, Lot II. Black. I, Seminole City, Ira. rta,

A R. LEATHERMAN. I I ( .. 17. '.. July I. 8) to Ulnlnv_ be 19114 he said acres are men_....or....IOM.her Corti.float. The. NOTICE OP SALE CATMAapHratton OP. TAX URn,.. t. la the" City of Hlaleah County,, ..f COM,
Clark Circuit I Court.NOTicp Slat of Florida, M ...h_ In Certificate
...... Fier"Cird411 I No. 6915 :' 1982:aid; mprea.na i I N* 1141 No. till. The .__n' nf Mid otoo.ny .
r IN TIII COUNTY junr.m COURT l.wm for the .. .
( Court sal.Ireo. p. loll bath I. Notice la bar.by given that Burdotto K.Simmon .*dos the MM Certificate Issued was
IN AND FOR DAD: COUNTT. FLOaN finales. .....11_ IN 141<111.I .
JNO. FENNO, D. QPobli.bd .. Ayonl of tk* Owner kM filed la .... maw af Unknown.
( Iv.lp r 11. 11. 698..) IDA. *. IMt.i I 119% 11.. ,5En of swb4 d NE'), with m. write request Ikat the to* orr.tlflealM ., Lot II. Block I. Beminoln. City. Sea. N*,
d Ram.th son ds.IN
1.1 Oadhahlp Gowen % of Nei or kwu;. WK of su meas loaetaor with .11 iubMeieHitomltud t. la the City of HlaUah.. County of Oaov,
Erm. RAM land.. am.llmm know. I' NCU of Ntf of Nwofow NI
% %, or Wvtod same ladudlm tko year Btoto of Florida. .. aaikraord la fortlfl.MU .
or BALE or TAX CERTIFIAaaMcallMi Yemen Leo Reed. and David Wai, ...'of" 8WofNWofSWIA. IV. of I .
::: IMI, bold ky the Bute be advertised and| No, IIM. The aoiio.oient .f andDo"ay
CATES .... :
Minor Section I. Township' M, Seems II, Mid to the highest kMdw. for soak *a p_ under the Mid Certlrirato hoard
Na HNolle > NOTICE or INTENTION TO MAIN AP., gaining' IM acTM men or lorn. Tk axes ,
aided ky Chapter 1UM of the 1117 Art was In MM of Unknown.LM .
MM
to that' 1MU. Ell..
borer glean TO BELL PItOPIIIITYOWNED :
PLICATION lo k* MM are .vMeooed ky CortlflMto No.
of the LoxtoUtun. the M
upon' followingdomiciled sloth t. Sentinels Cllr. .... N.
bob to.dh.m bas riled with nM written MINORS.Native .
BT 1114. of leis and repreomt ales for lit
__I'I,...... S.sabw ta krrrby given amt I will apply. tail real estate la the County dDad. 1. la the City of Illaleah. County of DOM
to bob Inchjerr.
yeas IMS
anenntImr -
*. Mate of Florida, to-wit BUM nf Florida, M embraced In Cs.t.f/ma
with .11 emitted anted toMihMludlaa
ubioqiMil *r M UM Memorable W. P. Hlantoa. CountyJudea i to tun II.
Lot I. 4. It end II. Block 4. Amd Plat Na
i lift. The aeaeo ment of Mid'
the IM.. bold kr the Sake ..! .
ywr of Dodo County. Florida, at kChamker. All U.INtIMa. II aad Ie.I Palm. Park. The axes to k* Need areMead arty under the Mid Certificate laneeT:
be dverW./ and mid to 'M bialsook. bidder ,In the Court Now Bulldlnt.Miami .'
I Township It, Range II, oontalnhuj UMi ../ ky Certificate No. IITIt of sell hi tk* name of Unknown.tlnleaa .
', fop wk me plwdd.d br Chapter INK III t'k>rid.. on the lltk day of ......I i aona MOM or MM. Th.toM.uk..re sold i and Uaw for the lit*
represents u
the. IMt An of th tortataui. aooa doe .'....... room Mid Ortlfkatoa akall ba roe
A. D. IMI. at IIi rOt A. M, for oeWmcod ky Certlfkote .
I'''. both Incluarca aaiounllnf to lilt.7..
di.nnd
t the Samoa Ia. M taw, tax dead ..111.e
tk Grew
binning (.wrltMd tat km 'IMI
t', _mas" MrHlLo -authority to wit -a 0rewertf award byd..ulb.d and reproMato taxes for plan Lot M, BlMk 4, Amd. Plat ,.,. Park. ..... ........ oa IS* Kith day of July A.
"T III Dadft. sated 4' She abere rood 111- a" .a IMI to Isle both tech..rval amouaUa-. to Tko lama to .he sold an evldearad .ky ConL D. I...
< I .... I Craft tntkM Core Oablr
,t254.7S fknto No. 11741 of len and .. ...... 'Dated
Ju
till lllk day of A. P ION.L ,
The Law to W Ml* ore .rldmMd by C.r.Wkan rourtom Lot All "' ''' Section ToWMklp M, aces for UM ran ISIS to IMI, took ... B. tlATHEIIMAN:
I Mo ". at 1M1 ud rwraMnt (11 fMt af LM 1'101.1111 of Black' Room It. eontololM I.... Sam teen or .lu.lv*, amoantlav to Ml.IT. ,
aam for tk* ran IU1. IMI to IMI both Four '., of :...-'. Addition to Ism I hw. The toaM to W MM *.* *.el.ai. Bold Ua oortlftoaUa with all ......_. Dada Clerk Circuit -.
SlOrldaor .
J Mlu.lt., am ntln. to H44T.MMM CHI *f MUml. Florida. Min" a subdivision I I.by Oerllfleato No. MM at .IMt mod rep. emitted or levied UM* will .M MM to UM (Clreuk Court Foal. County,
Sell wrtlfiooles Oawlhm 'wish lit' bukwgwt of the EaM Half IKVil III Nortkwert!I plants toM for tko
yoar IMI to loss,
his Osal bUOer ., the Court Now la Mk K. C. rrManrrr.! b o.IJuno .
. emitted 1 me ...... ,taxes will. he .Duartor /N W%) at section M. T.._.. both Hlu.lv .mountl.* to ...... amt on tko, Itk day of July, IM. ...... IT. '.. July It
% lit
gold r thw bin.t hUdw at00 Caws .. '_'h. Rome dl ..... accordlnc to All VMonoyod Session It. 1''.........
_ < I* Mkwl, *> thin lab day of July the PUt thereof McvnM I. Plat ItookB"l IS, Bno. M. _" .,.. .*. moves some, ---..-
...... beginning at the .bow of Ma *'_" Pu*-... *f the Fault R.oorda of Dodo lee ..... Tk team to k* sold are evt
A. M., a w awe 4hw.etm.a tbo raw County. Ptorlda.I demand by Certificate No. MIT of test !
0... be marked a des seer I IDa ALTtLDA BANDS ,*, as Nl.mFarW. thin. 1M fled Ouardha of the neowaaaMd Mlnura.1,i IIU, both .kMlu.lv aatounHot to aI .:
W d 1I'" CLARENCE W. NELSON: All Boetlon It. Township M, Bane M, EDWARD STILING
L ., J.EA un'lAlI. Attorney far P.r.adaina. oatolnln Ml aeroa mon or...*. The
clock of Clraunl Cart.CIreuR I I, Jua IT 141 July 1. 5. ll) team to ke toW .evlorocW ky Certlfl-
ShenD.1 Comer, rtorMa. I cow NON MM of IMt and npnorala toMifor
( Cwt NOTICE: or APPLICATION TAX Iho flan IMI to I.... .Issue hMluorea,!
By no. D o. DIED amoaotfao to lilt.''.
Imo. Ills t |
'c..kltak. .< /... 14Wr 1. | 98ass Lou .. 2. S. BorthM 4. TowMkfa M Real Estate General Insurance

If...... k lurxrky trrrt that" Harry ..., Kaao. II, mentalities HIM arm mug
NOTICE Or BALt Of TAX CERTIFICATES m......... HlmaiMwrkjkl boMor M assistant. ,i,IM ..... The tames to k* arid ar* ....
of City of Miami T.. Orttflrat NumkendiIMM ,I diluted by Cortlfloato No. M@I of lost androproMou
Is .If..n. dated the 4th dor of July" A. ..- for the son IMI to lots, NOTARY PUBLIC
aApplication
Kotkw I* .* f.nrryka ISM bon filed. MM Certificate !. .w both iMlnofea amouwHno to $1s ...
ltod with .M estimate floe, and Ira gds application tor All _Inn I'. Township M. feat ...
that tk* ku MMMIratol tonlkM with all Mad ama th.ni.n ta aiMtdania D'j 1 foundation. 141 M asset mae or ..... The k
......_, aniltMd a kn>M to_ lailuOta law. BU rtlfleato enterprise the axes U k* MM sit evWeoeed ky Certlfl.MM Cor. Palm Ave. and Ave. B Florida City, Fla. I
I the oar 1*.., kU br the, (tot* W aVwnlMd Walter dioulkid piop.ily. situated } No. bell of IRS and roproaenu toMi I
and MM to IM bllMM bidders. for Dole County, Fbrhto, a.wotim0.10 fee tko years IMI to IMt. base raolmlv.
_. "we'a7swU.l4, Chyo..45196r+.6 dhme ? Rask.4iUma# .-.J,1 Se-.Mnr 15 155k11r .m

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rP. .THE 1.1938'III j


Eight THE ENTERPRISE Friday July

vites all men In the district to be I i r 'limillllllllNHlllllllHIHIIIimiNIIHIinilCllllllllinnnnHllim: HIHIIIimN" NIIHHIHIWIHIIIIMWMNIIIHIIIIIIMiniHIIUinilHIHIIHIU I UN IHIJeinz ''>'-.. ".,
r :
DR. IffCREARY TO 1 present at the meeting on July I ii
in order that they may be acquainted -i I Exccll

ADDRESS RDCMU I ed by a mart with who the facts Is as.preaent-I'I : Soda

i ter posted on Florida CATSUP 4 e
ON HEALTH UNIT dltlons than" any other Crackers
the state.
Tickets for the Hah try supper 14 oz.
Dr A. B. McCrearjr, county and meeting are for sale by the lib.
pkg.
health unit organizer of the Florida following: George Frick, WilmerH. ottle ,
state board of health hi been Cast, Joe L. Burton W. MFlfield I i

obtained as the speaker for the Sheffield, Lee and H.T.Lehman.E. Kirby Harold The :l9c N-1 3 FE Pr4l 74 14 41 V3 417iftf-i M 12c I
fish-fry meeting of the Redlahd
charge goes entirely to defray expenses -
District Christian Men's Union 1 of the meal and hall.Tickets
next Friday night In Legion hall must be purchased In advance.
What Homestead Price Ignorancef His subject win be, Ceo. L. Swan serves with Mr.. KATE SMITH'S "BAKE A CAKE" KIT, each 31c i
rifleld on the committeeThe
program
"The rapid spread of the health
unit movement In the more progressive supper committee Is composed -
communities and the last of Albert Caves, Harold Sheffield MEN LIKE COFFEE 'noIecEnit'
growing popularity of the entl- Wm. X. Xheney John VTy
syphilis. movement are focusing song, Joe Burton and John Craves.
( ua ti with IRRADIATED
the attention of Intelligent persons 51bs ._ 18c
upon the health of their own communities Church of Christ Pastor
: and the communities into Becomes Evangelist } CARNATION MILKS : TARGET11aeamygolden
which they eventually plan to CANS ..
move" aH W. M. Flfleld chair- tfahaass Corned Beef
man of the program committee John Richard Pack who servedas ad color are Just tight
which obtained the services: of Dr. pastor of the local Church of 1 ADdhowltouturnamb1l1t1 20c can 17c
uu.
McCreary as speaker for the meet- Christ four weeks this winter Is _
Ing next Friday night"It :now In the evangelistic field witha
hat been found that 52 counties territory of 14 states. He belongs CriSCO
without accredited full-time : to no denomination, yet he 3-lb.can SSe ,
health service are reporting from:and his song evangelist, E. H.
100 to 500 caaes of communicable :Gaither of Oklahoma, have engagements -

diseases weekly. la the 15 counties : booked far Into the PEAS, Osceola, 2 cans .. .. 27c
with full-time service 1200 next year.
to 1,500 easel of communicable I Churches that desire Mr. Pack PALM OLIVE ban .
diseases are reported each week. 1 to give a series of Bible lecturesare 17c
At first glance it would seem that requested to write to him at SUPER SUDS
there is an a"tullot of disease In 3ickson, _4lb.pkg.45cSOUTHERN lilt M .. k IMNI aN I mad. 27c

those counties with the service, Tenn.LIONS OCTAGON SOAP ,.. 21c
put what Is actually the case, of I COMCCMTNATC
course, is that In those counties SUPER SUDS' ,
.
Without the service there Is no re LADY IM SM am M eMM MM V P t 21C

The port-no people record suffering of all these from things.those I (Continued From hose One) SALAD DRESSING, qt. jar .25c OCTAGON POWDERS u 21c

diseases go their way, in many instances commuted to a life..ntencethert-
untreated, and ao strew fore"Resolved-
germs to Infect others Even before by the Lions Club of SKIS"SANG LPN HOUR 3.y. TOMATOES No. 2 6c
a quarantine system can be the Redland District that we earnestly can _.. .
.
effectively Ilrrled'out It is first I urge the pardon board to -sews oo.ws C&con.ewC
snwwtwwsewesI
necessary that all Infectious diseases allow the sentence of the court to .
be recognized and reported stand and that they refuse to PWWK FO 4. SCOTT PAPER TOWELS, roll lOc
"The RedUnd District Christian commute or change In any way Fr4)Gp mass-, -
-
Mens Union in supporting the the sentence that was Justly enter-
county health unit movement ed against Franklin P. McCall; DOMICOPEANUTBUTTER,21b.jar..25c
which aids in obtaining correct "Resolved-That copies of this
vital statistics as well conducts a resolution be mailed to Governor
program designed to control communicable I Fred P. Cone and to each memberof
diseases, cordially In- the pardon board of Florida."
LORD FAIRFAX PICNIC SIZE

''''''II''I.I'II.III'II''IIIIIIIIIIIIII'IT".111Ii11111111."I."I'' ''' '''' .' .II..III.'I'111mIHIJill' 25c
ASPARAGUS TIPS 2 25c
OPEN FOR THE SUMMER cans. .

The: Rcdlands: Cafe: t NO. 2'/2 CANS
FRESH Green
PRUNES
Tag 25c
(opposite F. E. C. Depot) :': 2 FOR
Under management of Miss Ruth Steffssd and Mrs. Florence :
Kercado f .
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REGULAR DINNER 500 PLATE LUNCH I5e 1 Fleishmann's
CHICKEN DINNER Tie STEAK DINNER $10 NN : 3 for 12 YEAST 5 lb. 50X. 24c



14c cakes on 5cMEALORGRITS,51bs..l9c 10 lb. bag 45c

To the,

rescue ";;:;-" 20 lb. bag 85c .

I

KELLOGG'S CORN FLALES, 3 pkgs. 16c i


GOLD COIN I

I lb.SLICED BACON lb. ...29c I


BONED AND ROLLED'29c

3ic VEAL .. u _


lob with flurt roof of TOtw. Renew the HI* thai BANANAS 3 Ibs .13 WESTERNROAST 25c -
PLAY lb.
.
: been frown and thawed and mnburned oat by ._ ...
givIng tt a coat ol Carer Asbeeto TOm Coating. So easy
to apply-.unplr spread It on with a bnwb. GEORGIA 23 WESTERN 29c

: LOW nMANcaro COST SMOKED BACON, lb. ROUND STEAK, lb. .

,: IB* Carar Finance Plan' tart parment* c* law
u $3.00 pw Month. No Down Porrmect-No Hortgag_ LOCAL
l \8 Tear to pay. Let 111 explain this simple plan to you wol' act et ..' sass uTATt '' .NO'i's. '>
35c
.: Without obligating yon Ja the loosU Fryers, .lb. .. Dt I

f BROOKER COMPANY 5 Ib lIens, lb. .. 30c ID rvarM CE", .i

Swift's Premium OMATLIOICE.I ( '
Fla.
Telephone 62 Homestead ....'" Standing

.1 2& RIB

11 L) ROAST, lb.29c3for-- Z3c



FIBRE ASBESTOS COATIM6 We Close All Day Monday, July 4th


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