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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 8, 1938
Publication Date: -1941
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1931.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 29, no. 2 (Jan. 10, 1941).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 29, no. 1 (Jan. 3, 1941).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002057831
oclc - 33835104
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System ID: UF00087294:00182
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Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE




VOLUME XXVI-NO 27 HOMESTEAD, FLORIDA FRIDAY, JULY 8. 1938 PRICE FIVE CENT

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TITLE TO BAY 1 Goulda[I Play Hen"Miami Team Girls Will HereThe 1' ZONING DATA !I City Hill Facial UndergoingA Treatment PARDON BOARD :I:


Homestead city hall Is undergoing '
Goulds men's team of the

PARK SITE Homestead will play the diamond Aheara ball girls'league diamond -,' STUDIED IIERE that the will shabby a beauty promote to treatment the the building weD-dressed this week from TURNS DOWN1'CAiL'S ;

ball team from Miami next
class In the group et local business

CLEAR game Thursday, It was night announced In an yesterday exhibition structures. Pueblo buff, with
NEARLY BY CITY DADSCouncil green trimmings for the ornamentsand PLEA
The Miami Beach girls' B team windows, will be the color

will play the Homestead girls' scheme far the front of the hall
team the same night Play will
'
Homestead Beach Project start at 7.30. To Debate Woodwork fronting the tire station
Adopt- ':
will be changed from red to Condemned Man's Lawyer

, .j Soon Ready for WPA ing County Plans or green to conform with the rest of To Appeal ConvictionTo
: the facade. Side and walla and
ApplicationCITY Its Own rear
SEVERAL MILESOF I the Interior of the building also Supreme Court

CANCELS TAXES are receiving fresh coats of paintat
28 NEGRO SHACKS PRlNCETONl'ARENTS
STREETS ARE the bands of H. E. Redin, whose
ON OUSTED PARCELS
POSTED; CONDEMNEDStorm low bid gained the contract last GO TO TALLAHASSEEMrs.
: week. The work Is under the

County Has Acquired All I : REWORKED HEREWhat I and Fire Hazards I'supervision of Councilman E. C.Chronltter. Cash Firm in Refusal -

1 of Tract Offered by Must be Torn Down building committee-
To Intercede for Killer
;
South Dade Farms I' man.
Is believed to be one of Council Orders I of Her Son) 1

the most extensive street Improve
Ai a preliminary step to devel- to of ;
Preparatory adoption a city
ment programs In Homestead since"boom" TENNIS COURTS Denied his plea for commutation -
opment of a bay: front park and: toning plan In Homestead the of Franklin Pierre Ml CaU', i
financed )
bathing beach east of days, Jointly by '
Home.tead'i council at an adjourned session death sentence to life Imprisonment -
the city council Tuesday night the city and the county, will come READY FOR PLAY
i C. A. Avriett for
attorney:
Tuesday night accepted the Invitation j
authorized City Clerk Ralph E. to a temporary end tomorrow,
the kldnap-slayer of Skeegte Cash, j
Edward to cancel outstanding tax when the municipal budget allowance of the Dade County i
would
announced yesterday nc
certificate on land abutting BIscayne -' and the annual county appropriation toning board to attend a public HERE NEXT WEEKWith take his fight to the supreme court
Bay, formerly within city become exhausted. hearing called by the board in Mi-
limits but ousted In 1929. The BenJ. W. Morris, street committeeman ami for Thursday July 14. on a writ of error charging Mu-

land, donated by South Dade of the council, who heal 1] Representing: the city at the the application yesterdayof Call was tried without a JurvAvrlett's follow !
announcement
Farm, Inc., If part of the proposed personally supervised the work I hearing will be City Attorney Ira a final coat of oil and sand uponan
ed of his McCall clemencyplea
rejection
bay front park development to of the construction crews for the 'C Haycock and the council toning evenly graded rock base Home- by the state board earlier in
be sponsored by the county ai a past month, said yesterday that committee, which la composed of stead'i municipal tennis courts
of 13
the after deliberation
day
WPA project and extend from I'I practically every section of the city 'Councilmen T. E. Kirby, Ben). W. north of and adjoining the dia- minutes.
Campbell street canal south to had received Its share of the Im- Morris and E. C. Chronlater
mond ball park should be ready him
Taking with pttinoin 1
Florida canal the Considerable advance data in
City along I I provements. ,
for play early next week, according against clemency for McCiU ":tn-
waterfront. Several miles of streets, from regard to valuation and mapping '
to Councilman BenJ. W. Morris ed by more than BOO RedJnnd District -
With the northern boundry of Homestead Of areas carrying certain !
the exception of the city .
I t who has been supervising construction residents and some 1,200 residents
to the section have and business restrictions has been
negro
certificates and a few parcels
since the work started a of the Greater Miami
area. {
within the Naranje Drainage District been plowed graded and rolled| complied during the pact three few weeksago.. State Ceo. A. Worliy
to be adjusted upon the return to an even surface and cleared of| weeks by Leo E. Bishop under thecommittee' Attorney F
All that now remains to be doneon argued the ease before tht p+don
of Albert H Hinman, district weeds and grass Approximately i direction. Whether
I board. Mr. and Mrs. J. B c',,hb
the four standard courts Is the
secretary, from a business trip In 500 yards of Naranja rock has the city will adopt the county-wide
erection of for which of Princeton, of the si tin
backstops, parents
the north, all the park area land been used to fill some 200 holes,zoning program or create Its own I
material child, went to Tallahassee but
Is the
already on ground,
has been acquired by the county, and level street centers where the system of regulation depends
and the lime marking for singles were not called before the pardon
Mr. Webster said. Continued Two largely upon Information gainedat
( on Page ) I
and doubles play. Nets were board. Mrs. Cash refused to Join
the public hearing, the commit- '
purchased by the city council some McCall's mother In a plea for her
teemen said yesterday.Introduced
Planned Advertising Campaigns One I at the request of (Continued on Page Two son's life. t

II Mayor Tom Harris, an ordinance
Aim of Lime-Avocado Industry Code which regulates the use of mechanIcal Duval Street on Saturday Night Like

I player pianos and rabies the \1

Adoption of a proposed code-of throughout the country and Insurean license on. the 'music boxes from Good Old Pre-War Days During Fiesta

ethics, preliminary to the formation adequate profit for its producer fife to thirty-five yearly,

of a permanent fair practice members. I was given first and second read- BY BEN ARCHER the motorcade from Miami that

bureau to advance the welfare of The association also expects to Ings. Final reading and passage had officially opened the highwayon

r ._ the avocado and Persian lime growing represent the avocado and lime Of ,the measure la scheduled The Oversea Highway celebra- Bahia Honda bridge at 9:IS.

l Industry la Dade County, was Industry In all legislative matter, for the next meeting. tion In Key West from Saturdaythrough 1 There was no turning out, so we
I > the chief feature of a session of Wit state and federal, and will Reporting for the committee Monday was a big homecoming became a unit in the hornblowing -

I "the. general committee of lime co-operate with the proper officials engaged In, a. condemnation survey event. Some four thousand stream of cars-swelled to
.- and avocado growers and shippers In creating and enforcing of the city's negro section of us piled in on our folks'whohave mammoth proportions by a motorcade -

at the chamber of commerce buildIng laws designed to benefit the In Councilman Chronister said thata been keeping the home fires of Key West cars that closedIn
Dexter burning in the Island city since
Monday night dustry. preliminary check by
at the rear of the Miami cars
The committee debate ese the Encouragement of research workas Horne, sanitation Inspector, and we left. Casual\ visitors were aa they entered Key West. At the
< result of a mass meeting Redland an aid to production; the development himself had disclosed 28 dwellings ,scared off by a vision of traffic traffic light at White an* Divisionwe

school auditorium last week and of planned advertising unfit for habitation, and that the 'congestion and numerous accidents left the line of care and hurried -

was presided over by Henry I. campaigns, and the compiling of list waa still far from complete.Red on the 20-foot bridges that span to a place of vantage at Duval

Mossbarger, chairman ef the agricultural market Information for the use "condemned" placards are 'water gaps as wide as T miles. and Fleming streets, where we

division of Miami of Its members, also will be Included being applied to these structuresand Traffic congestion on the bridgeswas I watched the motorcade for fully

... Chamber of Commerce who outlined la the functions of the group the owners will be granted conspicuous by Its absence 20 minutes.
f the policy and purposes et under toe agreement tea days time In which to make I Our car practically had the road
I Pageants rule bore to
as a one
,,. the proposed organization and in- Named as a committee to draft an appeal to the mayor againstthe I to iteeli when the thunderstorm
extinction, but the Went his
troduced the code, which was the code for general distribution inspectors' ruling. U the I ot Saturday afternoon let up and Key
adopted after 'a discussion that snag the growers of the county placard Ie Ignored the owner will I permitted to make the start that I torical pageant was the big excep.
,tion. Two centuries of tho Island's
brought teeth eonflictioj, viewpoints were Clarence J. Parauut J. Paul be Draught Into court to explain I had been planned. for an hour -
i, which were later reconciled. Broeker, J. R. Brooks J. C. Hick- why he should not be penalized. I earlier. : existence were depicted,
from its first Caribee Indian Inhabitants
; The code. Intended to give Dade son and H. Dom, who will contact Some) of the condemned housesare We left the First National Bankcorns i -
to the of the
% avocado and time grower nattonT their associates In the Industry beyond repair and all of them I la Homestead at 4 OS and I opening

Identity), is similar to the agrees and formulate a general programto constitute fire and storm haiasda )passed through the fiesta w...... : Oversea Highway, It showed

:- meat now In effect among citrus be submitted to another msss which should be- removed Immediately I Lag arch. at the eastern entrance the Spanish conquistador.: Pedro

e grower ot the state. It la spe- meeting slated foe the near future. Mr. Chronister told 1 tit t Key West at 1:40: with the Menendex, landing at Key West

..' rifle In station that the new group the council I ipeedometor ,registering 117(i and finding It strewn: with the
will refrain from any: activity that Representing opposing sides of miles. ,bones of the Carlbees following

la competitive with ether legitimate TIlE WEATHER an ancient controversy, H. K. We bad planned to take three wars with mainland Indians, and

organizations In the state oM.w ..Nw.e + .. a. ............ Ewing and Roy Matthews again I and a half noun for a leisurely; ,his bestowal upon It of the name
f; that are concerned la the marketIng ....- ....... ...- appeared before the council In regard t trip, but having started an hour of Cayo Hueia (Bone Key,) which

,.' or distribution of agricultural DM riufcni .i a... to altering the street plan of I late we could not loaf along aa we later was corrupted by tr* English

products.On July 1 ___ I 9I 88 ,M07|, ,=7 N. E Ninth Court In Tsrum's ranted to arrive In time to eat Into Key West
'7 the contrary: association July 2 --1 I II i 8t ;M05' MM Ridgedale Addition. nipper with the home folks ad The birth of Cuban liberty a*

proposes to ce-operato with every July S __-I| M | 64 | I 12.40 Asking that the central parkway I ret good seals.at the colorful historical the result of patriot meetings In
known agency to bring about a July 4 _-1 I n | II !12U7'| be retained, Mr Ewing submitted 1 pageant In Bayvlew Park. I Key West the thriving times! when

better understanding of distribution July S ... _J; 79 I 75 |12Ul1| a petition signed by a num- As we turned Into Key: Wears cigar factories and sponge fish

problems In a concerted effort Ju\7' i 88 71 |12..41| |pI ber Of abutting property owners I magnificent Roosevelt Boulevard. cries! employed thousands, the.

to stabilize market conditions July I -1 I III I 73 P0.03J (Continued pn. F gt Twit J w* Mull WOW: caught tip with (Continued\ 04 Psge four



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e Two THE LEADERENTERPRISE Friday, July 8, 1938


1111111111111111I1111111I11111111111111I11I1111I! j-"Carl Codes and wife motored to Men's Fish Fry to Have ZONING Tennis Courts
i Miami on the Fourth to let the I
.baby M* what tile M+1ls| City look Invited Women Guests

20 Years AgoWlIlllllllllllllllllUliIIllIIUlIlIl ed like on the national holiday." (Continued From fag One) Continued From}'Page Ooh)

-"A. F Connet and Wm. Erpen Invited nest at the Hah fry favoring the "no change" school time Ago and hated) been stored in

bach, 'the Idaho sportsman' flahec meeting of the Redland Dfrtrtet of thought. In rebuttal, Mr. Matthews a local warehouse until'the courtswere

oa the Fourth. Christian Men' Union In Legion read letters from several ready for Use. '

( fUUU -Roy Flora and wife accompanied ball tonight will be presidents or I out-of-town owners of property Although the court wen planned

tad/. '-"" ..... .N by Russell Moser and wife representative of the Homestead(affected asking that the parkway, a* part of II federal project

S..torMw.trow oMooHohoJ flhw of to.*...Reexamined m IMS.oow mad the run to Miami Beach in Business and Professional Wo- be shifted to the side of the street! during the term of a previous administration -

r W South F1..aa. a. ...dmanaged I Ro,'* little sid ear pn th Fourth." men' Club, Homestead and Red-II I All document in the call were I the project was un.
ttwd.fe.dr Ot St. IMI.. vtta *M meow -"Or. J. B Tower and wife, and land Parent-Teacher Aascr iatioa*, referred by President Henry finished and remained in abeyance. ,

all the little Towers, spent the Woman'i Club and Junior Woman' Brooker to the council committee, It wa about throe months ago

July 4. 111 Fourth at Miami Beach and enJoyed Club of Homestead, and the Wo composed of Councilmen Morris when Councilman J. G. Wynn submitted "

-"At the War Saving Stamp an ocean bath." man' Club of the Redlands. Kirby and Chroniiter, who will I to the council a petition }..fj

meeting In the school auditoriumon I -"Mis* Josephine Pratt, who ha The county health unit talk, be aided by City Attorney Haycock signed by some 400 residents 01f4.

Friday evening of last week a I betA visiting Oklahoma, writesthat scheduled to be mad by Dr. In arriving at a decision. Homestead and vicinity, urging

total of $1.024 was obtained. the government thermometerhas B. McCreary, head of county A.j Building permit were grantedto that the courts be built in accordant : "

Rev W J, Carter gave an Interesting been registering 111 In the t ganization work for the state I M. D. Jacobaen, addition to with the original plans 1

talk on the history and traits I shad I of health, will be mad Instead ,home $1,000; Mrs. Lena Knowles,/ Prompt action wa taken by the '
'I
of Prusslanlam and wa followedby "Leonard Chapman I* buildingan r Jr.. 3. N. Patterson director of remodeling premises, $790; and council and the necessary expense .

the chief speaker of the evenIng addition to his house. He has laboratories for the health board. for minor house repair I to David I authorized. For a while the work ,i

Jas M. Carson of Miami Mr. also purchased the 80-foot lot I II l Dr. McCreary canceled hi* *.pI -I Fredrick, Cleveland Thurston, H. was delayed waiting the release '.'

t, Canon gave a strong address that adjoining his proprrt)'." (Florida I wlntment hen on the advice of V. Walsh and L. Blake from other duties of county grading

was listened to with the closest City). physicians, W. M. Fifleld of the and rolling machinery, offered
attention H* was In Franc at -"Will Myers and wife enjoyed a I program committee announced. I through the courtesy of County

the time war broke out and gave swim at Miami Beach on the I "President Albert Caves is personally STREETSContlnuedr Commissioner J. D. Redd. All

a number of Incident bearing on Fourth." (Florida City). supervising the preparation material and labor were supplied ,

that Interesting period. His .. of the fish," said Mr. Fifleld. I ;;;; I by the city.Regulations.
statement that at an early date he REDLAND F. F. lo'. Nearly one hundred ticket have; ( Page One) governing the use

Intended to apply for clerical work By Willis Baxley been sold. I,surface has sunk below normal of the courts, also the question ofmanagement ,

JJth.* military department was Musical selections by Dr H. S.H!grade, Mr. Morris said. I and playing fees, If

received with applause Mr. Car- Redland Chapter member and Wolfe and George M. Frick, with I County machinery used on the any, will be decided upon at the .

con mad several effort to get guests; enjoyed a Fourth of July piano accompaniment: by Miss,job, and furnished through thai next council meeting, it la under-

into\ active service but was rejected barbecue at the home of Mrs. Virginia Trick will be on the pro-,co-operation of County Commissioner stood.
on the ground of physical disability egram.. J D. Redd, has Included!
Campbell last Friday night Members i
A. C. Craw, chairmanof I two graders, one road roller and I! CHUECII OF GOD RALLYA
present wen: Warren Wood, I
the then a patching truck. All members people's rally at the
meeting, called for subcrlptlon young
Don Lair Walter Thompson Alvin '! ) ,
S. L. Kendrick
and In a little while a Appointed;of the road building crew have Homestead Church of God on July

total of over $1000 was pledged. Bill Hampton Prothero. Elmer Richard Hampton Jensen, Agent for Electroluxji]been employed by the city, which 4 wa attended by representatives

-This community was shockedon Charles Behrena, Rex Romlne., I ji will extend Its program to streets from Welt Palm Beach, Miami,

Friday to learn of the deathof Larry Holt Billy Campbell and The Pioneer Appliance Co, j]still unfinished as soon a* morel' Kendall and Homestead churches

Mrs. M. A. McRea, mother of' Donald Hawke The guest Included which Justin of hte Peace Sid L.I I fund ar* available, Mr. Morris:''! Services wen held throughout the

.
Bird Fitzpatrick, who Kendrick 1* ha day.
passed awayat : Mrs. Campbell Miss manager, I j jappointed
I p. m. on Thursday. A serious, Phyllis Jensen, Mill Mildred Cox agent for Servel Elec-

operation had been performed al Miss Kathleen Lloyd, Mia Wanda trolux In the territory from South

few day ago and the relatives and Sickle, Jack and Billy Campbell, Miami to the Florida Keys.
friends wen hopeful that she I George and Hans Schrader and The Electrolux refrigerator I* Use Home-made Butter

would recover. The funeral services Raymond and Cameron Booker. operated by a small kero ene-ted :

were held Friday afternoon I All enjoyed the games, barbecue flame" Mr. Kendrick said, "andIn fromAlpine

Two sons ar* left to mourn her and good fellowship and plans it farmers, grove owners and

Ion-J. F. Fitzpatrick of Jacksonville were made for an F.F.A. work-day resident of the keys not on electric

and Bird Fitzpatrick of Red- the following: Wednesday.On lines can have a.ht\ advantages

land. Wednesday Walter Thompson of big city refrigeration. In Grove DairyNO
addition, it Is noiseless In ''
-"The Fourth of July celebrationIn Reid Wysong, Phillip Reams, tton.' opera.'

Homestead was a complete suc- Donald Hawkes, Bill Hampton,
the
rei*. Rev B. D. Bourn presidedand Billy Campbell Alvin Prothero, Mr. Kendrick took over

addresses were given by Rev Elmer Hampton, Warren Wood Electrolux agency last Friday. He FILLER, NO PRESERVATIVE,
S. N. Merrill nd C D. Benson.Hev and Richard Jensen met at the vocational itlll has the agency for Apex electrical -

F. N. La; bam read the declaration agriculture building and' refrigerators and appliances. 100% PURE
of and President Pioneer Appliances Is located on
Independence worked on improvement of
I'
the first floor of the Odd Fellows
Wilson's read
message was grounds, compiling the annual
building on N. W. First street. TRY IT-YOU'LL LIKE IT
by Rev W. J. Carter. Scripture chapter report, and revision of the '
Dr. C. P. Jackson and Authorized salesmen of Pioneer
reading by constitution and by-law of the
prayer by Mr. Sturgls Mrs Gamble chapter. A co-operative picnic Appliance are Miss Giula Dendy Present Price 30c lb.
and Fred Mowry.LEGAL .
sang a solo. After lunch, program lunch wa enjoyed at noontime,

was resumed. The sports and in the evening all enjoyed a Ask
delivery man to supply needs
wen next In order. Girls' 100 yard swim at the Krome avenue cockpit NOTICESIN your

dash. First prize. $4.00: Nellie Wales followed by wienerroastingand i

lam. Second, $2.110; Anne Sykes. watermelon cutting. THE COUNTY JITM7KS: : COURT IN And have tried OUR
.25 Martin. AND FOR PAD COUNTY FLORIDA. you
Third ; Euphrey IN raOHATB. MO. HI"
Boy,' 100 yard dash first, $4.00; Ill Re, ESTATE OF ELMER M. TBUAX' Buttermilk
Northbound Mail Now _
Cecil Hook. Second $2.50; Wm. NOTICE TO CREDITOR I
Ewlng. Third, $\.25; O. Bennl- Taken at 5:30 and 10230Th : tt All C....,..... and AU r_ Raving
Ulna or Dnwiuli AnlMl S.U KulatalYo '
ker *
and *ch of !* w r.by a.,
gifted Md mining. to ...... any Uinwl
"Coe-Mojtlmer I* bulding an afternoon dispatch of mall .od dr.... which .". *r either. of .....1!.1I
extension to their fertilizer warehouses from Homestead postotfic has. ... Mee ...t... the *>.... of ElmrTro M.'
I .. ....
doroMod. *f r.rd. Count
her/Ans at Coconut Grove; been set back from 949 to $00 North Dakota .. the Ho*. W. P BI.nt.ioJ,
Mr. Schlegel"wlU build a M500 I p.' m, making the deadline for I Gnus.d... of Dtd. eou.... Md file IhllMM
I. kto .r11a. I* Uw Counlp. Court.kouM .'
property at -Cape Sable; L. F. deposit of northbound mad 930 I. Dade c....... TtarUm. .1.hl.1|
Chapman will build an addition to Instead of $.19 p. m. dally, Postmaster I 1."h' Mteiidor. mtlM from UM date of tk*

hit house at Florida City; J. W. S. Z. Livingston announced I .fir* publication to nouli Iwnof.) UM least Amid adder iMmt or of I Inuxfa 1 I IIk

English has just built an additionof this weak. iklnunt, and to k. aware to and aril,
sow me efonald. .. will be .be......
four room to his house; Chas All other schedules, as previously 1.*. aorllmi IN of the .HI Probate Aet.I. Brush on la sew roof! a
T. Fuch has remodeled the !Insideof published, remain unchanged.Patrons I. Voted JVM II. A.. D. tut. ,/1/
A. CAMERON 1N.
his house C. R. Schatuck. .
; who miss the early northbound Al Axlllarr AJmlntotrotnr. .. the EiUU of' ,
will build two houses at Silver i ELMCB M. TIUAX. D.e..stI I
dispatch will catch the I FlrM ruklhwlo* .. JIM IT, 1084.J. t
Palm on the Woodbury property; second motor truck leaving Homestead / ... IT. 14. July I. t)I ,:.I
R. McClurg I 11 building west of :egg
at 10:30: p. m., and are assured IIOTIC or SALE or TAX
Homestead; a colored Episcopal of early delivery or forwarding -I CATES CSRTIFI.I,I IApplw.Ho
church Is being erected In the quar- : No. Ill.
of
their missives MIami
In -: Native b holly alms that E. S. CulpM ,
ten, Ralph Moon Is building anew I the following morning, Mr. MM with m* wrltl*. mental U tUw ,
house near the schoolhouse; tae *rtirb.l.. tonthor with ..IIImoioiiwiit
I Livingston said.LEGAL. omitted or I*..... taxes 1..1 I Icludlra ,(
it(. P. Wallam U building an addition 'I' the rr UM. held ""t-I)
to his house In Royal Palm be advertised cad add to W highest, bid.ds '
THE bl root In the world show
addition. :' NOTICE for -It r .ro.Wed lor Chants 111M. mud some day begin to i
I of Uw IMT Asa of the Ucblatun, _, 1 Its aq. But a single application of Carey Asbestos
'The 'Or... Widowers' of HomeStead j the ,_.$.. M.irlki.* nol I oitoto II the \
I
NOTICE or SALE OP TAX CERTIFY
Contr *f lIMe Sate of riorM, towHlLot FIbre Coating will add years of Mnrlc 1
had a dinner on Sunday, the CATE I Ilk S IMM ..... Tk toM Ie''
guest of J D. Redd. Those enjoying Native li A.tatty*.U *UM given! No.thM lilt sea tamtmlko I k* meld., ... nUmt.i *r HitlflMM No.1M44 ., LOW FINANCING COST
lit M4 e.rrw.wts area for the
,....
the hospitality were Frank L. : with M Oration runiit Uw Uwto ..
> orrUflwIoB untkor with all nk.i team IMS. 10. sass \ Tli* Carey Finance Plan provides ay pennant*-CM lowas
acid ortif I
Skill, W. J. Tweedell Oscar Thomas. ,smuts .-law s .Ins tax" aehdl.ei.1e tax low.?1.1:1
J. W. English and Mr. Phil sae ..... law y the sea be _', witty or hnta4 $5.00 per month. No Down Paym nr-No Mortgage-
t :. the kMrt hide M the Cast Near a'
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bed amid to U*. kvkoit kMdor for Miami, the 1411 Y' of July. Iris bsisal. 3 years to let us explain his staple plan to
pay. : you
: lips. -It M pmUod kp. 1...._ INN, of .... :, :
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/ "Th last meeting at the Red I,fdMw/IMT ......_ml tW '--. ... .po> ......j ;a r Plane t1.n.rar the 1..r d..ae W e'elarh r-. say A. M...esaes .; without obligating you In the least
rltod nl
was Uw Coto
of unusual interest. ..... in du. ......
i Cross room was -(' of Dodo .. .....w.. to-wMl '
Dow .1
Muml. rtorkta. this UM tttk
One new member was received U. 1 Bk U Ton of Florida City: Tk' ,day ., Jests ..... p
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Mrs. Riven. Mrs. Joe I,tan abe*..to. : ado of IMI am *.'':M.nproMU Md by -wit.I I C B." LCATHERMAM. BROOKER LUMBER COMPANY

Burton Invited the ladles present :a.s..q..a for Uw rearm a lost 644."u IMS koth hwluMM.BM .I Dade Plork C Circuit...... Coort.CM ".......
to for ride on the tin truck, ( 0..., Sal, Telephone 62 Fla.
go a tax orrtlflnu tonUwt with .111! Homestead,.
, which was enjoyed by all Those :-..iikiuaiol. .old U tk.onllM kkfkort' or Mddw knpUd. .1 tout the CMrt U1),),I......... July ,W2 isrc

present were Mesdames Tlbblta, Nh to U.Bi n th* llth d.r W.Jilr.l
...AIM at the kow of ._'
Walton BeMler Rue. Rivers Kil- to* '
,
I A. M.. ar .. MM UwMfMT me tfc ._, DIL C. II. DENBY
llngerc Candy, Cocliran. McKlns- i-era: terh.d 1 due mete.,
trv, Umlcr. Bigger. PMslneau, day of.Jam s M/.al Im, Flds., title W ame1 Osteopath PhrtlclA 'faila

t Norton. Freeman L B. LKATfUHRMANCU : I I Phone S) I' SBESTOSPa COATI
-- .T R. Dorsey and family arrived : CI-sit Court.
.t..d C".alp. 1, rid. Ilumesteail, fla. I
\ 11. Homo It-."1 on Monde after ,.draws loon awl a
ha\But beent'iy for twp months. lop JIHO rtNVO' D I' :1 ,n... Rr...... Dna ass,.'
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July 8,1938 THE LEADER-ENTERPR1SE Pair Thla4c! :
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t Home Wins Extra .and- :; singles out of five times lion week-end. The reflector Ito Ana, Redland Boy Presents school states that young OrunweU

up, and accounted for five of the be paid for by the club, wen collected his woods In Dada and '
Collection of Woods
runs scored by his team. The ordered two weeks ago, and announcement Monroe counties* many of them '.a

Inning Game From Brooker boys played an errorless that signs had been I Horn the Florida Ktyt and 'thai !,

game while the Horn team mem- 1 erected was mistaken to mean the I. Tallahassee July T George many of the species'"-represented .

Goulds by 8-7 ScoreIn ben had five chalked up against reflector algns. C. Gninwell Future Farmer are not found in continental United! ;

them. i iI Next week meeting of the Rotary of Redland has presented the 'State. I .

I Club, a ladi,,' night meeting Florida Forest and Park Service f

ball on a 10-lnnlng the local game field of last diamond night tacks, Ik a. r ka ': a *tRua will be held at T p. m. In Legion: with a unique collection of rare ATTEND DISTRICT MEETINGS

W. D. c. Rio...... N 4 t e 1 S bilL and tropical woods, numbering Yesterday the R... and Mrs,
Home Co. defeated Gould, C. Sulllraa, if 4 t S 1 Ii
, a-T. I. ."IU.... N a 6 4 1 1 .1 124 species and Including native c. N. Walker, Mrs Bert Andrew t (

1 Vlhlen for Gouldi Mid Smith KI..rd.I' .11.t.' Local Lodge to Be Host mahogany, lignum vitae, gumbo Mrs. Frank Irwin Mrs. R. E. Ed-

and Young for Home,each knocked &: .mina.Tbowa.,. t" : : & I t :1' limbo silver palm, monkey dinner wards and Mrs. Julia Polk r

home N.Eayyib0a To I.O.O.F. Grand Master box, wild coffee black torchwood went to Fort Lauderdale 1 !
rum Smith alto got a a 1Brya04. t
three-base hit and a tingle out of aC 4 I 1 I buttonwoods, mangroves, and where Mr. Walker attended a

four times it the bat. Edwards, ..111'1' aruu Homestead Lodge No. 28, L O stoppers. meeting of the ministers of the ;

Goulds shortstop, was also credited O. F.. will be host to R. E. Michelof i The specimens, 12 Inches long Miami Baptist Association and theother. ;
Nor" ... a bh p. a e and approximately two Inches In
with three MU out of four Barrow. at a i Jacksonville, grand master ol who art officers of the W. f s
..
times up. c"t ,1 the state of Florida, at a districtmeeting i diameter are displayed In an M. A. of the association, attended s
ib 6 I 1 e 1 i pecially designed cabinet. They :
Smith IkMMrM a I 1 I I of the order In the local I sn executive committee meeting.
(;"'" -a* t ah .. a.lf. aa a. a S .' Odd Fellows hall next Tuesday. will be placed on display at the All attended a golden jubilee .
Vlhlo.. ; I I I i t 4 1 O'Leno '
C"'bIN. e a 1 Forestry Training Camp
.. af, lb 1 evening luncheon at noon. :
Caw.1b. : 1 : : 1 C.mpb.11. at I. I near High Springs. Ht
p Routine, 1..1 Mr. Michel will be accompaniedby
Kdwaria, (a 1 .1. 11.__ Ito, I. IHIlMHI. 0 M. A. Baker, vocational agricultural
t
--. rtBnrdvr t0 . II I 1 t R. W. Sunderland of Miami 4 READ THE WANT ADS t ti
of Redland
techer the
If 4 1 I c. HuM.ll rt s II II' grand herald, and by Clyde Camber : __ ..
I.n. tkAndwatm a I" N........ f. Ik I. t 1 I 1
IbSimmon. of Coconut Grove, district
., $ I s 1s 0 I
rt. ,
.. t 6'24 7 6
deputy grand master of District
.....
G wood. af I' ? .ltl..... eat, tallest to touch Memo.Two .
Ow.ni p. e( 4 I 1 | 23. He also will be escorted b}

bomber _....__.. .. ...".... too 'B' m-to the Patriotic Militants of Canto
! II i .11 I' 2 Horne ........................ 100 .11 VIIII I
'Ness. out when Winning run -.a Dixie Lodge No. 1 of Miami the

Campbell. Gal, hit by batted Ioall.R. -WM bibs I Rua H Thomas. BniilirI.IJ. uniform rank of the fraternity

' .,. ... a'1 6 firms.;MblratU horn nun, base: ,t..8nlllraa balk. off ll)tacri._ The district degree team will

, Tours Barrow.rt a 0 I, aineora t. MUtr.Ua 10, Eaali 1. HThoman administer the second degree to i e r AnJ
H 6 O. I' 1 ll, atrurk Mil hr Nrlnim K Mtatntla :
Field ik a I II 1. H. Thomas l| kilo. ofi N..|MM.I number of candidates and the
Smith IkHl.tr.tta. I I 1'1 t 0 la 1 teal.I alnanra/ I la I I-I Innlnn I ladles of the order will be Invited! { ,
IfNrlwa
I I MlatratU. t In I ... Inalnn: Ennh 0
R. Campbell, at It. I 0Hil .. 0 Innlnt H. Tkofna.. I In I Inalnnrlnnltif Into the lodge after the ritual to

J.onot.t.....,Ito of .I". I .9 I I 0 a., N._pllrlwri. H. Thomas: bins plica' hear an address by the state grandmaster

.... a 4 I 1 V.plroo RoIcIMrt and La.... : Local arrangements ado re

i Cniaa i,.tb', : : : 17 0 the charge of Carl Anderson,

Rote Reflector Signs noble grand, and W. Y. Bush, Vice Il.p' IFM.1 1Aar
ama 111 ales
tl I I SO II 1Oald. noble grand, of the Homesteadlodge. x
Not Erected Trail j
on
e-7 .
MorM '. "=.::.::_';' m :: :: 6-.

Reflector signs pointing the way
Three ban@ likes smith home puts
Vlh.... VOORC. smiths mnlflw I .C.w.i t to Homestead and the OverseaHighway

.... on strueek oft.0...Own. Can. f. NHon have not yet been erect I i'1, s 3 ,t e:
41 out .. 4a
an I >w 1. rt
Nrlaon ti kltt. "'flOW- I In t 1_1 Inn ed.01rthe Tamiaml Trail; It was I i
Inn. Cava I. 1-' friction Was brought put at the meeting of the
plushest Cal"Umplrwt
......... sad Laa. Homestead Rotary .Club Wednea- P

day. .
I E .
The Brooker diamond ban team Signs referred to at last week's )

had a regular run-around Monday meeting were said to be temporary .,

night when It defeated Home, 20 signs erected by the chamber of I

to e.E.. commerce and the county In preparation

Sullivan, Brooker third baseman for the Key West bound t

clouted out two home runs traffic over the highway; celebra- ,


LEGAL NOTICES K leaned the lit 4ar at ........ A. >>.
4 l"I:1; 9
ma
NOTICE OP APPLICATION FOR TAX wd tKMam. said. CmtlllaaM. mattresses GeneralPublic ,

DIED....... ., the follown described property la the
Clutter U4M- |Mt county of Dado, stab of Klurlda. to-wltl
Nock' I. WrrtT fan that Lot 1. Blank 14. la Swlhw 14. T......
..no P. ".... holder of stab and ship II lank ensure 41 IC.... amtalnlniII UtilitiesHomestead
Tat CrrMfloaU )Ie. 171 issued) the
Acre more or Plat such B. Ban
day of July. A. D. 1MU. has NM sane EI.1 II. la Uu County of Dada Diego of Florida
mr office. and ku made application
The assessment of aaM ply under
tu dead. to ha issued tho..... Said the now orrtlHcato bound WM la ties MUM Phone IOMTurner's
Uftoolo ambitious the following _.,. oft V"k_ "
property In the Count of Dade, BUM of Vain Mid Mrtlflcato .hall. .. ndormadaereirdlnt
... .
florid "
to law the prop rr> oaaerlMtk
Lot '1, R. L. Moana A.'. 1 tub Hat wla will to lOll to the hl.h.t bidder
Rook 1. Pan 141, la the Corny of Dad.taw .. at too Court Howe door oa th* flat Won
of PInWa.The oar In the month of Ao.uat. Iq9. whfek Funeral Home
aaBaa.m.. of laid property under k the lit dar ot Atinat "'1.
th. aid rrtlflraW Issued Wait III the same Dew this Iliid da> of June IISII
of I Mra Ora rraararUalH B. LCATHERMANChrk i : tMIR AMBULANCE SERVICE
..........
New -tlfloata shaft k* at circuit Court, Lady Attendant ,
amordliur to low. tk. property described I Dado CountFlorida..
Uwiwll will to old to the ...h... bidder Chants Court WI)
( Fla.
Phone! 884-R Homestead
at tho Coast HMM door oa Ui* flat Mon my N. BTJRRITI': D. C.
oar I* the monde of Await. IM, which Juno a.
( 94. July I. III
k) the I.I day of :A..... 11'". .v
Data this lltk day of Jun. A. D. IMSB. .
B LEATHERHAN
Clerk Circuit Coart
Dade Count.. riorlda.Circuit .
( Court Seal/ 7By Ott' 50S
N. 0 TEREETT. D. C ;
(Jaw 17, 14 July. 1, a.)) ; .:.:

MOTitl OP :APPLICATION FOR TAX \ r' '
DIKOIMH .. .tq Jfr

Notice h ...... >.I... that Harrr Hit
BlliaWtk Hlraawlwrlckt, holder .. _I...
a< City of Ml.nl Tai CwtiriraW Numbered
HUM. feud the 4tk day of July, A. D.
'. ka filed said Certificate la mr offlo. -
.. and ties made application for tai
dead to k... thereon III _... with
low Bald CrrtllloaU mkraoaa th. followlnr -
described property. altnaud In [ HVEL
Dade County. floridi' ..wit,
Lot II. Block I. Came park'. Plat Bw*
41. ...... 141 In tk* City *f Miami, County Redland Brand ELECTROLUXRuns
of Dada. BUM of Florida
The aManwBt of add property under
the mid Oort"11 based was In the ream.d few
kerosene
Unknown. on for just a cents a Jay

V..... said Cartltlcat hall b. Nd-nudMcordln
to law. tai *...1. will lease Inn. e PLENTY OF ICE CUBES PERFECT fOOD PROTECTION
aa oa the Mlk day of July A. D. IIM FertilizersFor
Dated this lltk day of I..... A. D. III" a PERMANENT SILENCE SAVINGS THAT PAY FOR IT
E. B. LEATHERMAN:
Clerk Circuit Court, and It needs no water, no dally attention
Dado Coa.". Fktflda.

(Circuit Court ay5..If.)) O. ITJaRITI': D. C.rase I TTTTTH SERVE ELECTROLCZ you can have all then Joy

11. 24. July .. 86 II) I Citrus, Avocados and Limes; and convenience that the famous gu refrigerator gives

NOTICI OP APPIlrATIOT FOB TAX to more than a million city famfllea.! Crisp, fresh food ,

IT4IT-Au BBICkaator of> Illi PIN A4III frozen desserts .. .cooling drinks whenever:you want therm.
Nation b kai sky don that Mildred and Fertilizers for Dade Groves Sand Eltctrolix freezes with
County And remember BO moving
FWd C. Blarkawr 1 wife h."' ".. koldcnof ; ,
atat and Camay.> Certificate No. part That mean lasting efflclency. Clip this) coupon.


.... -. Made by,a IIome'; Concern MALI. 'I'HI$ t/VPQN EVA Fro .

PLUMBINGWork '
j.

Done Promptly Pioneer Applian" Co.

I Sid L Kendrlck Mir. 1

I e I Ftorida East Coast fertilizer Co Odd Fellows Bidsla .. -.t.ea4,,na. .


R. E. Reed FRANK B.RUE.MG I Onus..-. Pro and ms without ,=
II .
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aUM akoat Banal HaoMiii.the XaraaaaaKraatatUJ

I. Redlaad list. Jug South .lCo I MFRS. REDLAND BRAND FERTILIZER '

I 4 set False Drive: I HOMESTEAD FLA. .

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I American gunboat Charleston and

TEE UADER-ERTERf I FROM OUR MAIL BOX I the Cuban gunboat Cuba to reenact CHURCH NOTICES

...... ...... ed ........ .... : In an unintentional and unrehearsed ..
IV ...* .-... j
1 no "' pageant th* Saturday FIRST BATTIST Cut:RCH (

MIl 1ICII1t. ___ ... __ 11eat. Editor Leader-Enterprise- tf business endeavor night when a good hare of the My U *> Morning en snt"True I
JAJUOBM tMACm AKCSWa Realising that most of the future The local lane and avocado Duvsl street crowd was made up ReUgton evening ser- 7

-.- A..0I 11110Ia.W.e ot the Redland grove are depends growers' stock o-opertiv has of marines, sailors and soldiers ant passes by and i

....... .Mat d upon the success of Its two recently given us all a wonderful from the warships In port from Changes Everythlsw. z

Worse, L ins6 r w ,M outstanding Infant Industries Persian .. example of oe-operatlon with thegrower the naval station and from the My 1J I'nJerUar I
.-.... rr..iss, .... ... .1 ..rnerob and of the Lake
IL 1011.ittwscvrfmrr' lime and avocado growing, shipper army, garrison. abject Tau She MteUaury."
the Redland District Chamber of Placid region and irly there Is Th naval station end garrison' ,.
ATM nothing in the platform adopted EPISCOPAL CHURCH I
Commerce has gone to considerable were virtually abandoned after
to .... CMrtr .__ onto expense and effort to bring Monday night to prevent its co the Wilson administration and July It Chunk ache *4 '- ,

n.waa .f *.*. CHMTCommandments <0.0 about a better understanding and 1 operating tae fullest extent with warships have seldom put into ':3. a. M4 Uy reading at U ) .t

solution er the problem that be. Its. own neighbors right here In the Key. West since. Only the long .. m. Y' 1

in Verse set the grower and shipper by Redland District It would be eat wire pulling brought the gunboat IIOMESftAomTBODIST .I

bringing all branches of the Industries bard to find, for example, a more Charleston to Key West forth CHURCH '

1. Theo oe god shall have but together through a representative highly competitive business than fiesta--nd she had to com July 1* ," 'I
Morning ,
*
Person
that of life Insurance-yet the great
committee. .
ne.. from Panama. Yet Key West has
themes The Last BeI *
the .
a. Before n* Idol bend theknee Under the auspices of the chamber mutual, or co-operative companies, a harbor that could berth the of
flnt three
: I II. work in full accord with the large aermeo ** the I
navies ot the world tit time.
of commerce, and the able one Bible; evesdag Subject: "Th 76 e
'
owned underan
Take not the name of Cod guidance of Mr. H. L Mossbarger. privately Iron-clad code.companies But Key West last Saturday Majority Report" $f ,

K In vain. I chairman of both tile Florida and night again wore the appearanceof

4. Dare not the Sabbath day' Miami chamber of commerce agricultural It would be possible to cite almost the town that once had 17,000 t 1
We took In the
aquatic show
profane. 1 committees: the local committee Inumerable example. but population-which at that time
5. Give bout thy parents honor met on the night of July perhaps the most significant demonstration made it Florida's largest city .t the navy yard late Monday afternoon ; t
--and before that I
due. i, and drew up the following platform has been given by the sawdioramas
Sunday we watched the motorboat -
6. Take heed that thou no murder of tile policy and purposes of various grove communities In the of Florida that will be J ,
; regatta off the yacht basin '.
exhibit! J at the It3 World'.F.lr,
do. the Dade County Lime and Avocado far West Out there as has been
i through three but T. B. Mc-
races went through federal art galleries
T Abstain from words and Growers and Shippers: repeatedly emphasized, they have C : I
Gahey Miami automobile dealer a private art gallery, and saw MexIco'i .-, "
deeds unclean. brought co-operation down to a
1. To give lime and avocado made the event monotonous by
exhibit of product sent to i
I. Steal not though thou b* fine point; yet their efficiency was ns
growers' and shippers of Dade winning every race, so we did not Key West for the fiesta. The
poor and _II. I held back for year until they
County national identity to how the last ached-
two
stay see crowd attracted to the navy yard
I. Make not a willful lie Mr realized that all the competitive i i
1 To bring about better uled contest resulted. In the where baseball
a understanding both a game theaquatic !
love It i branches of their industries mustwork r. '
between afternoon "inspected" the two ahow and ;
phaseof
every a motorcyclestunt ,
10. What I* thy neighbor'sde together.
the lime and avocado Industryand gunboats, and went to Teddy exhibition were In progress, ,:l'I
not covet From the Pictorial, Last year the lowest price toravocado rs
to create confidence between Knowles Ice cream parlor down I was ao great that the island experienced ;j.'tt f
Tract Primer. came when we had thelocal .
1
I those responsible for the various and national market all to by the turtle docks where we. its tint traffic Jam of 7

activities throughout the Industry. tanked up on soursop lot cream-1 the fiesta. Hundreds of can 'ifI. ,
ourselves. It Is
to single 1v
Understanding NeededUnless I S. Te represent Ole lime and grower in the Redland up every area to see made from the pulp of. delicious got Inside during the course of the h I". 1

avocado Industry In all legislative that this does not happen again. tropical fruit that took like ,afternoon but, when the last event : ,

men find some way of matters, both state and federal, The shippers must be made to a big sugar apple and Is Its cousin. -the motorcycle stunts-was over, v

understanding each other, their and all matters respecting their realize that they are dependent The next day there was no sour- everybody tried to get out at .

boasted civilisation Is doomed and]Interests and to co-operate with entirely upon the grower; the sop cream but Jelly coconut ice once. The Kate is wide enough i ;,

war with aU Its modern refine-'the officials In carrying out the grower must be made to realize cream was on the board, so we for only one car, and It was near i (

merits will settle that question decisively 1'I'mandates to carrying oat the lawrespecting that be Is cutting his future profits each got a dime dish (a drinking ly two hours before the last car I
So conclude Hubert Herring -:| the lime and avocadoIndustry glass filled to the brim) and took was out. S.t.
to the Quick"' 11'11_ he markets Ji'
executive director of the hone a quart of It beside
culled or Immature fruit; and Fireworks Monday night ended
committee on cultural relationswith 4. Te otter, encourage and We could get no turtle however II
everyone connected with the lime the celebration for us The fireworks -
Latin America In the cur- bring about research work for the and that was the only tragic
and avocado Business must awaken display was shot off in the t
rent Rotarian Magazine. benefit of growers of agricultural note tn the whole visit We hereby
to the fact that too and cool breeze
we are all In navy yard, a rS
products in the state of :Florida make protest to the that
'Here we two billion strong.Increasing power
are the same boat and must pull our from the gulf fanned the watching I
In full co-operation with be, whoever they may be, that
at the rate of 30 million existing
oar together U we are ever to I I crowds on the gun embankments .4 \( ,
research agencies arrangements be made to make
each year, he observes "and reach the golden shores of success as a piece of moon sailed overhead
j
living Iowa farms In I 5. To co-operate with every !turtle steak available for all )
on Tokyo
,
Though their color Is green Persian and ..rehl1&hl.ltrom the Charles
known In bringing abouta coming Key Westers on
agency
tenements, on Russian steppes ,
limes and avocados have a IlunMt-j ton played around on the clouds. I \
better understanding of the fiesta day and we \
on Argentine In African proper j
pampas golden future If we will sit down It was a romantic night and the y' .' r
distribution ot limes and the suggestion has bee
Jungle, in Park Avenue apart- avocados
and face the facts together cast bursting flares from the rockets
I and other agricultural products have an annual fleets In Key West'' I
ments. We don't along
get very 1 petty Jealousies Into the cesspools disclosed many a touching seen :Y .
well together." I of Dade County ia such away comparable to QaspsrlQa Week .
as to stabilize the market j I where they belong step uttering in Tampa and Mardi Gras In New And you've missed the lure of
tI
While there Is nothing new futile alibis, and start applying the
throughout the theseproducts Orleans. /Key West If you have never sat
bout misunderstandings between I, country on a b c's of accepted business principles
and Insure The highway opening on one of the naval station dock
an adequate ceremonyat
sum, wars are no longer the Instead of continuing to
cozy with-or without your best girl (,;
profit from their products. the park Monday revealed that
S
family affair they once were, I cut each other's throats. It wet Vest
and watched I glorious Key ,
6. To analyst the market situation the celebration was worth all the
says the author. Today, he finds, do not do these things our gold sunset And right here and now lr
and furnish from expense and trouble It had cost
they are rooted deep In the preserve will turn to lead Surely w*.have :
Is the place to congratulate the
time to time such information of: U the only result was to bring
dogma of superiority varying more brains In the Redland District '
fiesta people and the naval station
such Interest to the industry thatIt down over the "eighth wonder of i"
languages, differing customs historic tropical paradise of America,
will be kept Informed as to the world" such influential persons .1 officials for arranging to have as '
grievances and economic than to defeat ourselves.
.
events in the yard as
actual existing conditions. as Edwin James, chief of the r many navy a I
conflict Improved transportation GEORGE: L. SWAN. held there. The naval *tj -'\.
were
7. To foster and encourage the division of transport, bureau of 1
a" communication b* adds Homestead July 7, 1838. of
lion and the fort take up the most
development of public roads, and personal
proper advertising representative ,
have huddled peoples together,,campaigns to stimulate 'the distribution of President Roosevelt :attractive part of Key Welt and ''lf
thereby accentuating the port :the casual visitor doe not see it ,,1 ,
of limes and avocados. DUVAL STREET 1 Also invaluable was the nationwide t>
'
bilitlet of confusion and contro .. To refrain from any activity radio broadcast that carried I If he has to take the trouble to get v

versy. that is competitive with other the description of the highway ..ad,1Ita permission to go through the government ,i"0 (
-The wonder la not that the (Continued From Pan One) j I ultimate reservations. SInce they
legitimate organization an the destiny a* a link In
people of th* earth get along iIO state of Florida having to do with coming of the Oversea railroad and a Pan-American Highway that I are not la vie, why not make them .

badly together, but rather that the marketing or distribution of then In after years the decrease in ,will lead from Florida to Cub I open at all time to the publicv..J t

they manage at all," Author Herring -'agricultural products. population due to removal at factories I by ferry, across Cuba's splendid 'with restrictions as to cameras aDd .

declare History, biology It is difficult to understand how to Tampa and Miami, and 1 t highway system and to Yucatanby I other precautions! enforced, of -" t' *

and evolution have heaped us up anyone but the pedantic pipsqueak finally the movement started by I ferry and thence to Central and I OutleT I

together on this relatively UcoiMfitouaus can object-O cooperatingunder 1 I federal agencies to turn Key. West :South America. : Anticlimax: We' left Key West t

planet We speak 2.- such a comprehensive code, Into a tourist resort, were portray Monday afternoon w* saw the I at 9:20 p m. Monday, picked up I g

7JJ different languauge We l and while we win always have I ed. The 40 and I locomotive from I film, "Cuba and the Army," and pIke in front of the old construction v
live In some 70 separate nations, Miami with flaming and puffing 1 at Lever Matecumbe "
those among us who think every : I got a pretty good idea of what : camp 8
each with Its pride its history. Its 'one out of step but themselves, i smokestack, made an effective entrance I CoL Fulgencia Batista Cuba's, changed tires In the dark and mosquitoes ,

flag. We are cut off by lines ofontom )i'and whose Idea of co-operaUoa I' in the scene depicting the' strong man, Is doing to build tip : and got home at I .. m. I )0J

habit and religion Were I* doing exactly as they tell you arrival of the flnt train In Key I that country's armed : Tuesday t

divided by historic nmlUes. the great preponderance of the West 1 though the talking was entirely.

the Issue of which ar* obscuredby growers ao tar contacted are enthusiastic After the pageant, of course I In Spanish. WANT ADS PAY .f I

lime And we art snapping : In their endorsement we had to go downtown to see .. 0u

at each other. T* pa-operate en* must give as "Duval street on Saturday night", .. .. c
i "It would brain where In the old the
require a trust .well as take, and U to not human day girls/ t

with Albert Clnrteln. Slgmundjj ly possible to satisfy everyone I would promenade by themselves The Rcdlands Cafe: 9
Freud. Charles A. Beard William)) I and the swains would line the edgeof r
100%" ; but H is possible to reach
James, and H O. Wells to hunt out'l';satisfactory compromise with the the sidewalk In nonchalant or (opposite r. E. C Depot)

all th* reasons why w* ot most bitter competition a* b demonstrated shy attitude. Under management of Ube Rath Stoffanl and Mr Ftereac
cantankerous human race thE1 The Duval street crowd on the Kerrad to
1 In many Industries to
not get along: mace amicably' tint night of the Highway fiesta h
i I If day. The Mm has come for us
f lieve title educator. let, be to adopt the ordinary rudiments was reminiscent of pre-war and REGULAR DINNER Me PLAn: LUNCH 330 a

conclude, awn are confronted today war Urn days. There were the CHICKEN DINNER tIe STEAK DINNER: JUt
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with a choice between two marine and sailors from the 'Jr
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OftlM Bears I as. to g p. lav Rooms f and T Electric and Acetylene Welding at Cylinder Slacks,

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, I Mr. and Mrs. C. Ilagler Rk and relatives la .Miami Their young visitors at the home of Mr. and 1
I aoni who ar* on a tour of the grandson, B. B. Bechdol, Jr., who Mrs. J. H. Simmons and Mrs. 1
Wst ascended Pike1 Peak lastweek make JaIl home with them, I* Blanche Chapman.The '
f In and Around: I According to ws>rd receivedby pending two week with his C
Homestead relative ; mother In Miami HI* brother. Ladies' Aid of the Community -
I I II Toddle who live In Miami withan Church held its regular f

Mr. and Mrs. C. w. Dearing, uncle and aunt is pending meeting Wednesdy at the horn of I
r Homestead I their daughter MU Louise, and two week ben at the Seltert Mrs. Edward Bishop on Eighth: '
I
son, Emory went to Key West home. street t
Sunday and returned Monday I I
Another daughter, Mary Ellen, Miss RoM Cave left Monday' Mr. and Mr H. O. Hunter of
David Frledrlcha, flv-yar-6U Ji Mr and Hrs. L. B. Dame an d I who had been visiting there for with Miami friend fore ten-day Miami art guest at the home of i
WOQ of MIL Stanley Wlttkop, wit-{IamII) have moved to the Fisk two week returned with them. vacation trip to Georgia Mr*. J. X. Scott. \
k tered badly burned Up Saturda r i Manor house recently occupied b er I -
r" when be lighted I firecracker helJn <1 the late Dr. H. Schlegel and MnSchlegeL Mr. and Mrs. Harry R. Pierce Misses Sarah tad Helen Cokprtte, Mr. and Mr*. O. MaguIre of t

f his mouth.Mn. visited In Key West from Fridaytill of IIarMav Je.. Ca. visited from Brooklyn, N. T, who have been i
Tuesday. Sunday till Tuesday with Mr*. A. spending their vacation In Oil f' I

W. K. Walton and Mn. T'. Geo. Morton who warm tw I S. Mar and UmUy. section left lor Miami Wednesday .

J Taint plan to leave Monday foi r week and underwent a mine r Dr. and Mr*. B. X. Catlla and afternoon. \

I vacation at 0_'. Dude Ranchon operation Saturday 1* able to b4 I their daughter, Miss Jan and Mr. and Mr*. A. D. Fogto pent I H'W11dlft:
left last
Mrs. Anton
Sugar Loaf Mountain, N. C. VP today. Betty, spent the week-end and Tuesday m Ochope, and Mr. and'
week for three-week visit withIn
the Fourth In Fort Myen at the Mr*. Arthur Pegl. Jr. and Mrs. a 'I'
' Mr. and Mn. P. 3. Franklin am I Carl Magn eon of Redland II homes of Dr. Gatlin' brothersand H, H. Amen pent Tuesday in Key'relative Harrison, Ark.

* son, Theodort returned Frida r 01 at the Post Graduate hospital. sist rs-In-law, Mr. and Mrs. West. j
Mr. and Mn. Jim Dixon retrxrn-
i from I trip to Hot Spring, Ark. O. C. Catlin and Mr. and Mrs. .1 ed Saturday from Camilla, Oa. i
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Mr. and Mn. A. D Fogle, Mn Gatlin. l.j W. X Walton was boat en .

L Miss Elinor Payne and Mn Walter Moody and daughter Mist I fishing trip Thursday to Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. V. O. Rohrer of
Alva Lee left June 30 for I vacation Joan, and Frank Hue and son, J. L Coker to relieving William Mr*. Fred Stout of Newark, N. Miami were visitor her Monday
trip that win include topt!I Harvey, on the "Henrietta" an d I H. Sykea a* night policeman durIng J, and Coral Gables and two oftheir

in Norfolk Washington D. C,, Mr. Moody, Carl Drawdy and Job the absence .f Officer Syke niece and a nephew. I Mrs J. & Cave left Saturdayfor
Baltimore New York, Chicago and I B.Graham on the "Buckeye" torn, .n hi* annual two weeks vacation. I Clearwater and Plant City to
Omaha. Mn. Lee wU' then vial t t ed a fishing party in key waten I Mr*. 1:. L. Lawrence' mother, visit relative I
In Utah and Miss Payne win return from Saturday till Monday afternoon Mr Chas. Connor and her two Mrs. Nellie D. Bridge of Blakely,i \

fey way ot Kansas City tc sons Linton and Charles, and her Ga., arrived yesterday for a visit Rev.and Mr*. '1'. 8. Sheldon and
visit at the home of an uncle. The, two small daughter Alda and here. lOG. Tommy, left Monday for a
are making the trip by train. Mrs. C. X. Eichenberger and!I Marie left Tuesday of last week vacation in Virginia.Mr. .
Mrs. John Murray and daughterMis for Jacksonville for an extended Mia Eunice Walker returned
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Mr. and Mr*, frank Webb and I Ruth Murray, left Saturda, visit with relative and friend I Thursday from a six-day visit with and Mn. Walter Pickering
Mina Bell Smith
in Miami Beach.
Mn. Wekb'i mother, Mr O. MFreeman .. on a vacation trip to Pennsylvania,. and daughter moved Monday from

' of Coconut Grove, left Mn T. P. Penny and son, Stand Hilda Dodson Is visiting West Homestead to the F. Brockett cottage -
Tuesday for Kansas and Colorado, Mr. and Mn. H. L. Brown an I ley, who have been guest at the I Palm Beach at the home of her on Tenth street
where they will spend the month I family and Mr. Brown' sister,Mill I horn of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Scarborough uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. U
visiting relative of Mr Webb, Lillie Brown, will leave July 1G I for several day this S. Mowry, and Grace: Mowry of Mr*. Mary Trester Johnson ot
for Headland Ala.,where they Will I South Miami ipent the week-nd
and Mn Freeman. They were accompanied week, will return today to their West Palm Beack if tier visiting
a. far a* Havana Fla,, visit relative till about July 28. home In Dclray Beach. at the Dodson bom*. visiting her mother Mrs. Blanch
by Mn. Webb' niece, Miss Martha I Chapman.
Fain of that town, who arrivedhere I Mn. Dexter Smith's mother,Mn,
Herbert A. Love
Saturday with another uncle, Mary Warren ot Pompano, wh, Ralph and Ray Andrew. let! who formerly Mayor and Mrs. Edward Staling
and aunt, Mr. and Mn. Bevo, has visited here for the past tw, last Friday for Nocotee, Fla, to worked at Redland Motors is now returned Wednesday from spending :
at the radio
employed station in
Webb, who were returning from, months, has gone to Miami to vlst spend a week with their grandparents the week-end with friend In '
St.
I vacation spent by Mn. WebbIn her brother, Geo. E. Warren, before -: Mr. and Mn. U. H. Mont- Augustine.FLORIDA Daytona Beach.
he return home. gomery. -...- -
Hattleaburg. Miss, and by Mr.
Webb in Hot Spring Ark. CITY Mn. Frank Stalling and Miss, ;
I Mr. and Mr*. Leon Burnett 01 Mr. and Mn. James Roberts, Mrs W. W. flmery. Carresp.adese Ingeborg Mattson of South Miami
Mr R. 0. Cameron of Sarasota West Palm Beach spent the week Jr., left Friday for a visit of several were Monday visitors her. y

who baa been here visiting Mr. end hen it the Dome of Mrs. Bur days with Mn. Roberts' parents I Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Kling and
and Mn. H. A. Cameron, parent nett's uncle and aunt Mr. and Mr. and Mn. S. F. Johnsonat family of Deerfield were Monday WANT ADS PAY
of her late husband, underwentan Mn. Geo. A. WilL Nocotee.Mr. .
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the Post Graduate hospital Tues Mn. W. a Mill left Thursday and Mrs. J. A. Webb and
day. for Luvarne, Ala. when aha will Mr. Webb's brother Will Webb,
visit her father left yesterday morning! for a visit
with relatives In SmithvlUe Ga. #
Mr. and Mn. Hugh Johnston of J u on Display
Brownsville, Texas, are expected Miss Alt Webster will return
Boon by Mr. Johnston's parents, next Tuesday from a vacation: trip Mr. and Mn. T. B. Grantham
, Col and Mr H. W. Johnston.Mr. to Tennessee and Georgia. She entertained Sunday 1>Ir. and Mn : y+aw +ti n ,
will leave the Shelton camp at W. P. Risk of Belle Glade and

:and Mrs L. L. Chandler left Lakemont, Ga. on Saturday and their three children.Mr. .
Friday for AsheVlUe and other spend the week-end in Atlanta
point North Carolina with her grandmother, Mrs. E A. and Mr*. X. L, Lawrence
Hartsock.The went to Key West Sunday to attend -
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E. H. GaBaher left for New York the highway opening fiesta
yesterday 19 loin Mr*. Gallaher even-pound daughter born and returned Tuesday
who la taking a library course at to Mr. and Mrs. James Sottile, Jr..
on June 2t In Jackson Memorial
Columbia Unlvenlty. T. B. Grantham and Edw. Watkins -
I hospital hat been named Linda
will make a business trip to
The Rev. Allen West will leave Louise. Mother and daughter win Tampa today and return Sunday.
this morning for Bartow after I'' be taken home from the hospital

abort visit here with his ,' today.
. parent 1
George Grunwell and Harold
Mr. and Mn. Ceo. A. West After'I I
Mrs. M. A. :Mowry ha returned Hampton, Redland Chapter Future
to completes a series *f meetings :
It* is holding In Bartow who will from West Palm Beach where she Farmers who won a two-week We Are Not a Bank
stay at the forestry camp at
had been visiting her and
son
to Shelbyvllle, Ky. where he
go
O'Leno, will return horn Sunday.
will preach till the fan term begins -I I I I daughter-in-law Mr. and Mn. L. BUT WE ARE AT YOUR
at the Southern Baptist Theo'S, Mowry, and their family
logical Seminary in Louisville I : Mr. and Mn. T. C. Setfert pent SERVICE TO IIELP YOU
I the week-end and the Fourth with
Kf. wheN he will enter on his Arthur French arrived Wednesday -
third year of graduate work. j 1 I from Ridgeland, S. C, to PHONE 3-3351, MIAMI t
Wesley Kelly ten-year-old ion visit with his parent Mr. and Mn
of Mr. and Mr Gee. Kelly, i* L. D. French of Homestead until

In the Post Graduate hospital recovering tonight. I G&LROOFING
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from a alight fracture of I
the skull received Wednesdaywhen I Mr. and Mn. It R. Klnard ands
he All from the kitchen ,their son fen yesterday for' Jacksonville -' CO.

rattan at his home. where they will visit .on With
business and pleasure until July

Mrs. Maud Chandler la 1 a ,25. Johns Manville Brigg's Plumbing FixturesDo
Ico City tor a few weeks. MeX-J -
her brother and sister-in-law Miss Mary Ben Gibb will Bonded Roofers
and Mn. O. C Srall of Donna|this week-end for Winter
Mexico and to spend a two-week You Need Money tor *
Tex. ar* touring Jea"l SHUT METAL CRAFTSMXNI
plan to go on to the Pacific coast visiting relatives and friends.I HOME FUIMPROVEMENTS

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I 1-: :Social F Events in South DadeMISS I






T GIRDEN ''MISS THELMA FRENCH FAMILY DINNER PARTY IS BIRTHDAY
JEWEL CAMPBELL WEDS I
I I MARRIED TO MIAMI MAN I
THAGARD IN CORAL GABLES CEREMONY Miss Thelma French of Homestead SURPRISE GIVEN MRS. R. E. CAVES

I was married to Frank Morgan -
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I Jr., of Miami In the Central Mr. M. P. Walker gave a family table on the big screened porch of
MiN Jewel Juaniti Campbell of La.t'week Homestead friend Baptist Church: of that city Sunday -
the Walker home. The centerpiece
dinner party on July 4 In celebration -
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Homestead and Glrden Robert attended miscellaneous shower I afternoon by Its pastor, the was a red white and blue
Thagard of Miami were marriedat I for the bride given by Mr Geo. I Rev. C. Roy Angel of the evenly-first birthday birthday cake made by a granddaughter -
a double wedding ceremony In Lorton, a cousin, at the home of I The ceremony was witnessed anniversary of her mother Mrs.' Miss Rose Cave.

Coral Cable Saturday evening at Mr' *. Mowry. I only by a few close friend and,R. E. Caves. All of Mn. Caves' Cover were laid for thirty-one:

8 o'clock at the home of Mr. and Cut flower were used to carryout relative of the bride and bride- descendants except one grandson- Mr. and Mr*. Caves; two listen of

Mr*. Irving G. Webb. a yellow and green color groom. The bride wore I white four great grandchildren, ten Mr. Cave, Mrs. Alice Morris and
The other couple was Mill tcheme Entertainment was pro- crepe dress and white hat with grandchildren, three ton and two I Mn. Delia Morgan; Mr. and Mrs.
beth McNair Thafard, I vided by two contests In which black veil, with white gloves and daughters a* well a* the hui- Walker, Mr. and Mn.' Russell M.
Mr. Thagard, and EUU-I Mr*. Alvin Campbell and Miss hoe i.Mn.. bands and wives of her descendants -Walker and children, Laurell and
Webb, ton of Mr. and Mr*. Nina Pearl Bueh were the winner I( Morgan li the daughter of were assembled at the Walk-1 i Hinton Mr. and Mrs. John R.
The Rev. C. V. Buuell of the South The gift were presented to the Mr. and Mn. L. D. French of er home to give her a '01-1 Walker and baby Joan, and Vir.
Miami Baptist Church performedthe bride-to-be in a big basket decorated ( Homestead. She Is a graduate of ful surprise when she and Mr.,' ginia Walker; Mr. and Mrs. W. B.
ceremony. Miss' Betty Lou in yellow and green i j Homestead High School and of Cave arrived at six oclock. I IMn. Caves, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Cave,

Shelley sang a group of nuptial Ice cream and cake were erv- the Homestead Business College Cave was born and married Jr., and baby, Jackie; Mr and Mn.
songs, and Mn. Lloyd Templer ed. |I and Is employed In MiamI. Mr. in Madison, Fla. After a few A. R. Caves, Mr. and Mn. Ceo.
was pianist Those Invited were: Mn. Mowry, Morgan whose parents also are yean In Madison and Merrlt'a Island ,'' Bow of Miami and Mill Rose

The brides wore while silk crepe,Mn. E. F. Brown Mr*. J. T. Tom- Mlamlans, I Ia a graduate of Miami Mr. and Mr Caves came to Caves; Mr. and Mn Chai J. Cave
frocks and white acceiioriei. erlln Mn. A. J. Campbell, Mr High School and Is manager of a Homestead where they have lived I, and Richard. Wilbur and Raymond
C. W. Little Mr*. W. R Saul, business in which he since 1907
A reception following the cere- owns an Interest | Cave; and Mn C. C Riek or
attended I Mn. Alvin Campbell, Mn. Ed- In Miami : The dinner was served on a long Miami and her daughter, France
mony was by approxi- ward Little, Mn. I* A. Young, I 1 _
mately one hundred guest Mn. B. C. Murphy, Mn. Theodore I IOrfanedei
The now alt I I- The CalendarJuly FAREWELL PARTY IS GIVEN' Iin the near future.
young couple are Mn. J. H. Dodson, Mr, |
home their friend In FOB MRS. D. W. SIIETZLINE The meeting was called to hear
to adjoining
Geo. E. Campbell, Mn. Ruth Tomerlln i
apartments at 4029 S. W. Twelfth. Mn. C. A. Field, Mn.: W.I I 10 Meeting of Homestead Mrs\ N. O. Ball and Mrs. H H. the report of a committee! seekinga
atreet, Miami. Ewing gave a tea party Friday site for I clubhouse.
P. Cash, Mn. Louise Waldron, Tdwnsend Club at 2:30: In
Mr*. Thagard, a daughter of Mr. C. H. Lawrence, Mn. Mollie school afternoon at the Ewing home for SIKri '
Mr. and Mr*. Geo. E. Campbell, Thomas, Mn. T. B. Grantham ] July It Rebekah Installation Mn. D. W. Shetzline who will leave MRS. w. R. HOSTESS
III a member of two of Homeitead'i Mn. Fred Mowry, Mr*. Harold meeting. for New York Monday to spend TO EPISCOPAL AUXILIARY
pioneer families. Her paternal Oxford, Mrs. Claude Campbell, I IMr I I July 11 Business meeting of: the summer with! her children in Th Woman's Auxiliary of StJohn's
I Church held
Episcopal a social -
grandparent, the late Mr. and *. C F. Connor, Mn. Wm.1 Junior Woman' Club. the North, I:
Mn. T. A. Campbell, came to Neely, Mn. W. D. Home: Mr*.! July 13 Meeting of Wednesday Sandwiches, crullers, coconut meeting Friday at the homeof
Homestead in 1803: and her ma- Flora Bennett, Mn. Ola Pennln,- Bridge Club with Mrs. Russell cake and punch were. served with Mn. W. R. Bird when covered -

ternal grandparent, the late L. S. ton, Mn. F. B. Hart, Mill Nell Home. the tea. dish luncheon was served.
Present were: Mrs Bird, Mrs.
Mowry and Mn Mowry, came here Saul, Miss' PrUcllla Fread, Hit I July 13 W. M. U. meeting In Present beside the hostessesand I I
Lee a Lehman, Mn. J. H. Webster -
honor guest were: Mn. Annie I
In 1908. She was grauated from Edna Young Misses Myrtle, Mary church.
i Butler, Mn. W. D. Bishop Mn. Mrs. I. E. Cauzent, Mn. W.
Homestead High School two yean and Anna Moon, Mil Nina Pearl July 14 Meeting of Redland
B. F. Collier, Mia Jennie Lobdell,i;J. Clark, Mr. Richard Huff and
Bush, Mix Catherine Stetfant Ladles Aid with Mr*. M. M. Ram-
go.Mr. 1 Mrs. J... McCready, Mr. HarryD. ,Miss Ellen'Huff.The .
Thagard made his home Mil Louise Harris, Mill
with an aunt, Mr*. Flora Hodge, Mil Iva VIrlnll'l|I sey.July 14 Rain or Shine Club Wolfe, Mn. Joel J. Robinson i -
Mn. Alberta Bule, Mn. Don Fer- I W. M. S. decided Tuesdayat
He was graduated from Elizabeth Thagard, Miss Louise boat trip.
amt schools and I Ia now Bennett.1 Pennlngton, and Miss Marjorie I July 15 W. M. S. mission reyra and Mn. Fred Whiting.B. a meeting held at the church to
I hold a mission itudy claw at the
for a wholesale home lit Hart.II' study class at parsonage at 3
o'clock. P. W. C. SEEKS I parsonage on Friday of next week
SITE FOR CLUBHOUSEThe at 1 o'clock to study Ormond'i"By
FIVE W. M. U. CIRCLES HOLD THEIR t July 18-Social meeting of Junior Homestead B. P W. at the Waters of Bethesda, Mr*.

I I Woman' Club. a called meeting Friday hf'd I J J. Richard will conduct the
INDIVIDUAL. MEETINGS THIS WEEKAll I July 18 Meeting of Homestead cided to serve I chicken upper clais.
Business and Professional Wo- r
men' Club In club building at
five of the W. M. U. circle to Circle Three on Weneiday. Mr*. --
8p. m.July
met this week. Circle One was entertained Tom Vann conducted the de- | S.
19 Meeting of W. M.
on Wednesday by Mn service, and this wai fol- Mrs. 1 nm
circle with E. E. Atkinson at
W. B. Myrick at her home on I.T. by a Bible Quiz. Refresh-!Royal Palm State Park.

South Krome avenue. The hostess were served. I Aug. 3 -'Meetings of W. M. U.
gave the devotional, and Mn. Present were: Mr*. S. A. King,I)circles. THE DIXIE DRUGHomestead
Frank Irwin talked on Brazilian Mn. W. D. Coker, Mn. J. R. Polk, '
million work. Mn. L. A. Wise, Mrs Vann and Mn Martin. j I' '
the leader, presided. Circle Four met with Mr A. Mn. Snyder were Mn. J. Lawrence Florida
Mn C. R. Blggen will entertainthe D. Smith. After a devotional by Scott, Mn. Sam J. Davis Mr*.

circle on Aug. 3, It was an the hostess the following patriotic M. J. Connelly, Mn. Cha Cal-
QOunced. program woo presented by Mn.]'derwood and Mn. Mason Robert

'' Mrs Myrick served ice cream Catherine Pickard: lORI, "America -
I and of to Those who attended the Glean-
gookle and pledge allegiance
Present were: Mn. :R. E. Jernt- the flag; story of the writing of''er'. beach party In Miami Beachon 2,& 4a4 Adrienne
Ian Mn. Sidney Kendrtck-.Mr*. "America," Mn. J. M. Forte; readIng June 30 were: Mrs. S. L. West,

Blggun, Mr Cha Martin Mn. "True Patriotism," Mn. :R.J I r Mrs Russell Home and children Talcum /
Jennie Smith. Mn. Myrick, Mr E. Edwards; story of the statue of i Barbara Jean and Buddy, Mn. W.
Irwin and Mr WUe.Mr liberty, Mri. Emma Eby of Covlnton ,-\ B. Caves, Jr, and ton, Jack, Mr*.
*. L. T. Proctor entertained Ky.; story of the making of I Wm. Tyner and her nephew, Mn When hot days get you all /'

Circle Two the lame day. Mr*. the flag, Mn Pickard; explanation -I Albert Busaey and children, Miss a sweaty shower and, dun sticky powder, just nor take 25g
Helen West Howard' West and
S. L. West, a visitor gave the devotional of our government' Indian I wards with this fragrant
l Mn. Henry Oleion gave policy, Mn. Julia Polk; Edward Kirby. cooling Uleum. What s Io.l V
a reading, and Mn. J. R. Chamb- Mn. Pickard.
list made the social prayer'l Mn. Frank Rue will be hostessto
closing prayer. During the CxQ
Mrs. J. R. Chambllss, It was announced I Smith served the Rain or Shine Club on Full int 4fl&f iWAwaIcenInd

will be the hostel on Present were: Mn. S. H. boat trip next Thursday 4 Rubting Alcohol Alarm Clock
l Au,. 3. Mn. Jack Polk. Mn. Smith Mrs. ;

Mi-,*. Proctor conducted two contests Plckard Mn. T. D. Plche, Mr. a Gs4yNN
on book of the Bible, and Edwards, Mn. Julia Polk, Mn. 5O' o rail Jy wwa-*"

In these contest Mr*. West and Forte and two visitors, Mn. C II. mmmim
Mn Clrmmons, a visitor, were Denby and Mn. Emma Eby of I
Victorious. Covlngton, Ky. Ikkof 10-A w Imtkfrti 9
Two new members Mrs. L B. The Redland NeighborhoodCircle
1 ttenzey and Mn. Clifford CampbelL gave a shower Thursday afternoon W.' fclVtytli PileSupposifwiei

t were added to the clan roll for the leader Mn. D. R .
t; Present were: Mr*. Bert Andrew Snyder, at the home of Mn. Geo. genuine W50* a. a.. oo Compass.Cw..i.N

I *. Mn. E. L. Lawrence Mr' Wright Contests were enjoyed, Vikrg.F' tor ws..4
EUGENE
Clemmona, Mr West Mr*. Proctor and cookie and punch were aerv Permanent Y.w

Mr*. Danzey, Mn. Campbell ed.Present ....-"Alex --.." ltittIIoffft'R.ull Good Ice Cream
: i Mr*. J. T. Martin WM hostess beside Mrs. Wright and Try our
.. hall" curls.-is's she 44YG I EN I CMade fresh daily
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Messy &aek with fresh poses.
1 i Waves : Bush's Barber Shop ,.erell" ., RUGS tegrsdlests.
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SOCIAL EVENTS GROVE NOTICE sALR n. TAX CKKTI..1'AlES -' 'CLASSIFIED
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DORCAS CLASS GIVES too* I $.Mer .. loMkr td9.a that R..... to.irmhtm .
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SHOWER: FOB ORPHANAGE 'tob.. Mi arHrto.ta.k. laa.th. "Irk .U : Tint inanition 104 a ; subsequent Insertion

A book shower for the Baptist COCONUT GROVE ..........1 a..had or anMd taxes Mrl.dles 94 a line
i eM pater IBM. boW 'by the Bas
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orphanage odmil Ibid lid laid to the karoo kM.dor ,
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ri June 30 by the Oorcai Clan at the 1[ Sunday I lam COM am Provided 'br Chooser IMM.
FOR SALE
Second hand
i Dc4.Sp.St. of the 1MT Act. of tINt Loa-klotor poaIn. FOR RENTFOR FrlgIdalrp. -
home of Mr E. L. Lawrence and following elaborated ml I mate I. SAN, Good running condition.

(>, ai a result large box of bock will\ 1 Skews 7 and t P. m. A4 I. SSe I County WI4 .of, Dad.NEd. *of Ub BWI4> of Florida of awii, to-wMl BM- RENT Good nice roomy $20. Inquire\ Leader-Enterprlae. \

be shipped to the children tateII sites II. Township ... Raman 44, containhi apt Cool, well fumlihed. Summer

t/ Will week. | ..KM* ..an- mor...Ido"or, 'I.kr, On T'haRmte Him. No. rate, rconibl Ask tt FOR SALE Tropical plant,, clt- r

The program consisted of: the Saw. Mon Tuel, IMI of IMI and represents team for .... Western Union. (my27tt) rue tree and tropical fruit tit

I II cltai theme song, "Help Somebody 1 i j July 1" 11 U IMT Ml to 14No .111*, both ..... ..., ._." season Jungle Crave Redland t

Today"; devotional by Mr T. E. I .% of awu of NEUKTto1 01 IW\4 _1 {'OR RENT Furnished apartment road and Plummer drive. t

! r, Kirby; and prayer by Mn. Julia' WARNER BAXTER FREDDIE Slam 5. Township II, ..., C.. oeatelnw Summer rate. Mn. C.

(Folk and Mn. Geo. A. Weit I I BARTHOLOMEW ins told 6 am.._evidenced mom a hr _Oftirir.te The teem No. to I4MIof ..' R. Bigger, 104 N. J:. 2nd ave. WANTEDTUTORtNO i

I la the social hour the clan WM loss lad r.pr.mnla tomes for tile nan: (my: 20 tf)
I. Ion M |M., balk lialuilva. amounting,
I entertained with two contests-i t 10 ...". WANTED high 1

1 on scrambled which I I Lot II Midway. TIM axes to h. sold FOR RENT Furnished apt school and grade school lubject ,
! one songs, "KIDNAPPEDWed.
L I
: IN *vld aoad kr Certificate Ma. (M7 of downtown. Summer rate till
Mr. K. J. Armstrong A. B.
; \, was won by Mn Julia Polk, and I Ii :! IMI and rrpiuomto team for MM perm I Sept. 1. See Bertram !

i t on feminine attire which was won j MMT to inn both I......... amounting Henry Plummer drive and Country
10 x.19. or Benj. W. Morrl (mlSU)
? by Mr*. Vera Summerlin. | ., Than, July IS li I saw u. nrtirirata. _her with all Club road.WANTED !

, Mn. Lawrence subsequent omitted or levied axes will, ,
served a iliad FOR RENT FurnUhed apartment \
JOHN BOLES MADGE EVANSIn fco to the hUhm bidder" ll Ida Court Painting or carpentry -
: :
course, cracker and punch. | III Miami on the tit* day of Mr.I clean all convenience.. work. Price reasonable. Core
, I IN*, beginning ll the hour of Ion o-Onk ,
Present besides Mn. Lawrence Also furnished house, 2 bedrooms -
bet Cor. 4th St and lit
I I' I A. M. or aa soon thereafter M the MUM 1 Smith ,
Mn, Kirby, Mn. West; Mn. Sum- ur .. resisted In due __ ill electric. Mrs. Eve Collins Ave., at residence of W. B. Flower -
in Paradise"Fri. !
"Sinners Dated ., Miami Florida, this MM Ilk'
merlin and Mn. Polk were: Mn. corner Biscayne drive and
t(
I day *f July, I.... Hometead. ( )
\, J. Lawrence Scott, Mn. R. E.: K. H. LEATHERMAN: ; I Federal highway; ,at Modello.

,i Edwards, Mn. M. D. Jacobaen. ., Sat, July IS. II Clark Omit Court I WANTED Lifting of houses
Dodo ON..... Florida. ,
t "* Mn. Jesse Oouman Mn. T. C. ; lOlnult Court ...11 FOR SALE and apartment for rent. Henry

., Shackelford Mn. Chai. Martin TUB JONES FAMILY I "' no- '""NO. D. Behren tt Benj. W. Morrl N.
I (Published July 7. 14. II, "".) 0.1 and
FOR SALE Grocery store
and Mn. Geo. M. Frlcfc to Krome av, north of 10-cent

NOTICE OF APPLICATION POll TAX filling station at Inventory. Inquire tore; phone >" (all-U)

i "Love on a Budget" !I DEER Leader-Enterprise. (pl] )
1\ XEBEKAHS TO INSTALLON r". 11111
I Nolle b Mesh street! that Franca I
MONDAY NIGHT I Haonnin, holder of city of Miami Two LEGAL NOTICES
; At the meeting of the Rebekah ('*"ltIr.... Numbered III. lion, ties Buy a Home
ant. MSI, IT4H. itnt. MI
Lodge Monday night plant were LEGALNOTICES I IOII4 and IOSIM. dated tile lot, dar tMM.t1 I 40 of Juno. I", Buy Grove Land
made for the Installation of officer Juno, A. D. 11*. kM fund MM L S. "KATHERIIAN.
; ..... I. mr of'..., and has mail Clark CIII 1'-.1 ,II Buy Glade Land
on Monday July 11. I IMn. eortNkaao tarotk.r tk,. for toi deed to bean theme CertI'I-I Dade Co..ty Fluids
that the tat
Ralph Moon noble grand, _with all subsequent omitted or goofed axes ......- with I... sold (Cim.tR 0aurI Dan,) FKNNO 11..a It k nr firm belief thai hit tier
membrane ,NO.
tk ,
', ,lliK the IMS. held k, the Bas folkjuHni- dust field p.1.
gave her report for the ) ar. k* wIvHtbod Fear.M MM t* the highest kM. situated ll Dado Countr. rlor'..., ...../"| (Published lab I. *. I*. 1..1 I price are imminent.

Member present were: Mr. and >r for e..k w pro.hM ky Chapter 19854.1' lot II, Blork. II, 8koro Crrt. PINCmnty APPLICATION FOB TAX Dent tjolbblo about price.Don't .
'l *, pan II, In tk. C/Flok4 NOTICE Or
Mr. H. B. Seattle Mn. Moon of the 1M7 AoM *f tINt bwbtelim, upoa'tk. Miami.I DEED
*> erlW; real mate I. tk. of aa oai. wall
followlo I' J"ii'I"'N' : A-I1I4
bend I Chapter l1(1r-A. al III* Flit
Mr*. Flora Compton Mn. Harry ol Dade, auto of norld. WwltlMM 111. The M.a..l
Count mesa of said I Notice. b konkr .!.... that Edna ._U Bay now.
property under .
tile. ..
D. Wolfe Mn. Blanche Chapman Lot 4 Itork Tams. The team abe Certificate. bound wait I. the of, Akin, holder of Bata ft Count Tai Care
MrtKkM. No. same for this
toM are evidenced kf Yotrtl thank me aria
.'_.. i Officials No. 4114 biiird the lot dar 01
Mr. Mollie Wlngate and Mn. E. ISUT of 1MT and represents Piano for Lac A. D. I"'. bell flM M-M ll w* few montha hence.
.. '. Block I. II.... Visa Aunait ftsUo a
Gardens
l
bah .
S. the years 11* > a. 05.1.51 ... __ for ta
Caplinger r: .. Pat Book 4, Mm It*. I. .rfk* and bus application a >
The Installing staff of the lodge amounting amid tu to Htlflo.b$44.51. together with all City of Muii.1. MM following proportrll
Florid, u mbraoM In Cmlflo. N" .I .maroon
went to Coconut Grove Thursday 'iikoMimit emitted or lead Um will ll... The amassment of Mid ] tk* Cass of Dado, BtoM .. FARM,
b< told to the highest bidder >t the Court papery
night to Install the officers of Coral How I. "". .. the lath day of Jul.I.iJ ; the Under the Paid Certificate, lass wait 1.1 I perk Let V Black '. Enrllniwil .&.hta. Plat
rame of Unknown.
'
Xtbekah Lodge No. 11 "'. beginning .. the her of ton ek>ek II I. the c...., of Dad, LEGAL NOTICES wN.
A. M., or M now _,... M tINt maw Lot 5. Blue 1. Awns Visa 0....... F.,. Book state II.of pan n......... w
.. Vnwna, Plat Book 4. IM. In '
mar .. reached. I. did 10.. pan th. of saw ands"
Dated M 11I1.", riarUa, this the lath, ,City.......of.. Mtaml County of Dad. Rut of l (the The said sa.entmmb ariSkate Wood was prepay I. the aaaeft ouo. I. Miami M the IItit .a,. of Jab.I93a .
GIRL SCOUTS RETURNS I' ,day of Joe.. U Us 7LHm.nt"cf Certificate Na I Uskaews. beginning the Intel of Ion u'.lockA.
: I. LEATHERMAN. 1111I. The sold ,.....*, .. trw .. the saner
M. Goo
I FROM CHOWENWAW I ruder the MM Certificate. I Untom saw OMrtlflrat ....11 k* e....... or
Clerk Clnu/t C..rt based WM In I aMordlnt to taw, .... propwtr dVonrlhrdI may .. roarkrd la due _....
j Mr. and Mn. J. Lawrence Scott Dade Cwsy. Panda"lWlmult tin Lot name 1, Black of Unknown II, Bay Visa Plat'1Book I 'therein will ... sold t* the highest bidder Doted ., Miami Florid., this the Road

' went to Camp. Chowenwaw near Court Seel) JNO.'FRNNO'D. CIPublished a, pan 4T. In the city Park of Ml.S'Count 'at the Court "0_ door .. tile firm Mon. i day M J_ I.Eo*.R.. LMTHF1MAI.
Sy
Green .. of D..... State .f Florida M !day I. th. month of Atttu.t. INS, whkkI .....
Cove Spring Tuesday to' July 1. U. II") j ll .mkraaW I tile l.t day of Aua-wt I9SLDated Cbrk of (1..1eo.,
Cmirbato
' Ha. 1171. The w.ntammt this find dar of Juno. INS.L PClrralt County, riorkm.NOTICE .
bring home their Dora of
j daughter N79DADS Mid property Under Midi
the
: I .
'I I ( Court V.1)
SPECIAL TAX: flCBOOL DISTRICT B. LEATHKRMAN.
i and two other Girl Scout, Virginia COUNTY FLORIDA I I.a. RTwilr**. l..tid wait I. the suns of U.j Clark of Clrralt Court. I Br JNO FKNNO. D. aPuklfalwd

;; Kinner and Vida Clarke, who :. .... OKNEKAL RKrilNnlNQ> BONOI. Lat I. Block 18, Bir Park Dado C--asy Florid.Cl. ( June !4. July 1. *. IMS).
_M bide will ... MWlvol mill tXM Amandod Put Book Yaa I ,'( ....." Court seal) '
. won scholarships to the camp by ,oVIock. P. M. July. U 1980 .kr tile Board ;Cltr of Miami. Coons .. pan D.d.71.. la the Br N. c. iTERRrrr D. o. Or APPLICATION FOR TAJ
state me
. being the best all-around scouts of nblle Instruction. for hide Omntr.Florid. I Florida, .. embraced In Certificate I! MUM ll. July 1, .. Ill I I, NEED r
j .. l I. ...* of tIN ma>nlr.ii.. .t kit I lint. The No. role Kill
I In the local troop. office ll Miami Florida, for the follow. ,under the Mid auM.rn.nl Cntlfloato of Mid property i I UN THR CIRCUIT COURT OP THE NOTICE III HKRKNY OWEN: that H.M .

t j Dora Scott wrote the log for the Ins bonds of special Tax School District ,the Aetna or Unknown Issued WM ll I, RIKVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Or i I Bolter: holder' u .."'NJllr-: v
No. I of Dade Cooon.,. Florida. datedMay Lot I. Block I. .1 I THE STATE OF FLORIDA. IN ANn! Itlabak Tax Crl lntol *,
) Blltmoro. Plal '
camp and she also wrote a playlet I. 117. maturing on may I In the I pan 17. ll th. City of MUml Book 4 FOR nDB COUNTY. IN CMANCRRY.1' 1111. Ill*, Ills, life and 1111. dated this

which her unit produced. ,.... koralnarter ......, without. option or I D.d.. Sate of Florida, nnkmcid County of.lit 1 I I NO. H4JI. ltd day of Julr A. l>. IMI bas filed MMCrrtlflnite.
i dlcrZ:: prior Payment ,Certificate No Till. *The Ruth M I three learned new lltO.OOO G.n.r.1 Rofunillnl' Dodo, mn>' ,or Mid property under the mid assessment Joseph Norton Defendant application for Ui dead to Lau I......".
work. teeing '1._ I.... M.WM 144 la I.... I Wanted was In the of Certificate : ORDER FOR PUBLICATION In aorordanoi with taw Bald iVrtlftrataa .
! '....1..1.l >. 2.000 IUI to IMO. lnelu.lv. Lot I I. Block 1. Balnt masse Jinot Unknown.Park Amend. I T. Frank J.wph Morton, whew ....ldonMIY. Mnbraat the following' dWruVdproportr
and 1100 IMI to IMT. hwlu.1 M. 'Pl.t Book I, b unknown ", shouted ra Dais County, Florida,
Dmo.ilii.Uoll '1._. principal and Miami SUM :; pass I.- the City 1':1 I .., .N h rrk> aotKM and miulrH to pwilt
: MRS. J. R. HICKSON HOSTESS ,armtnnual Interoit at 4% ft annumM ;Certificate No HIT Farwa..n. embraced appear t* tile bill .t _pl.I., for dh Lot II. Ninth I. seminole city lIP Me.I. .

, TO PRESBYTERIAN GROUP ( and N 1). payable. la Now York City ,of Mid property under the The Mid awmniMt .ores riM I. the ihor. .tylod ,,_. ... I. the lily of HI..b. Commis af Made, ,
Pectoral obligations, bund payable. from ,Issued wu In the Certificate I| ar before the 1.1 dar of Au..... 1M. state of Florida, .. inebriated. In Orrtlf-
Mri J. R. Hlckiort was the .n unlimited lax to a. levied all Lot I. Block same. of Unknown. 1 otherwise the allegations. of MM bill will ate No. tilt The _...., c.f MMproprHr
! Presbyterian Woman's Auxiliary taaakl property (Including I ::.) I ,I. pen III. la 4 the. Elwood City of Court. Pint Book ... taken against yes .. "" .,...... .ndr the said ('.""lreta tweed

Jioste** yesterday afternoon at her within the District; the kond. will kr d. Dad. Sate of Florida" M Miami_b..Countrof .... 'III I 'o''i.h.r.W: : :::: onM a l I was ll the .._ of Unknown,
.,
Hror.il la installment. prior to April 1, ,C..If.....* N>. 101" .. ll the Lot 14, Blork I, City, too.No .
The _.
I home In Naranja. In *"it ammo and M eaeb.tias.*|I of Mid i LMar.F.nb>n>...., Dada County, Florida. |, li the City of HI....'". Canny of
, tk ,
ravens vndrr Mid Corll ....
a. ai'r k. agreed upon with the purakaMpor :tanned 1.1tt\I\ I Dad. Sate of FlorMa. aa ombre**.* I*
' Present were: Mr. J. M. Holt : .. may k* 4atennlnod far tk* Board of Lot wu t In the Rome ot Unknown. I I 103EE.. LZ"'THERM"'N.I|''Cortiririt* N.. HIT Th. .......nut ...
Block
I ferty Pubis 4, Klwood Court. '1.,! .. Clerk of the Circuit Court. I MM under the MM
Mr*. D. P. Blake Mr*. R. Inotrurttoai tmUnrj ill plus W Rook I. pen Ill, ,li the of ; prapwtr OrtnTkatouuHMd
p.........'. akolro. I I City Miami.! (, Circuit Court Ball WM ll tow Rome of Unknown
C. Jackson, Mr A. S. Darling; Mr*. The award of the brads will .. nadrbr I kraMd Countr of In Dad.-<:0."' .sate.... of Mo.Florida_ a. ._I Hr M. SWIFT, Deputy Cbrk. IM IT, Black I. _Inot. City, *.... lit.
H. S. Wolfe, Mn. E. L. Nelson and the Board of Pablo Instruction to the I aawMiMnt of MM II. The i ERNEST P. ROBERT, I I, .ll the City: of Nlabak,Countr f Pas.
I bidder making the a .t ...raatanoai kid1 property under the i iIf 'aollellor for Plalatlrr. I Sate of Florida, M embraced Onrttfl.
Mr Hlckton. i which will .. determined kr tINt Board I UnSown'. having wm "' the ""' I Ajar I. .. II. It M. IMI) rate No. III*. The ......_.., of Mid
, I In.lu absolute and aaeontrallrd dMrrMlon.TS. proportr under Ik. uM Onlfbate/ nurdWM
'
Lot .
I, ....,...
II, apprarla opinion *f Mu.llck a.dl I I. .... Ito ids Miami Couuny.1 NOT ICs li the none .. Unknown
SACRED HEART GROUP i i Mltck.ll.. New York City will ka farabkod. :bit "Dade,"l'luu ml Clt" "' f. Whew It Mar c.Th... fa toMW Lot II. Block I, Brailaola I CHr. are. Ma.I. .
.
FlorMa, .
the ,uroh_.. 1 In aa smbe action. that from this date forth I I m tk. City of Hblnk. County of Dad.,
RETURNS FROM CAMP i BI... meet .. / irk..d In ataM ...' .* saw Certificate No $0254. The __. ,will not M .......Ibl./ far steer drat ... sate of ......Ida. M Mihrarod hi Ortlf....
A group of children from the ...1_ marked -, far _... Dlo.trirt I 100110oI.papery the ender the Mid Certificate' sort them contracted or mrorif.LANDOM No. III*. The oowMmml of MM Ofwp.
No .", and W aerona.nl.d kr a mm of Unknown.. .NItY. I any Under Ik* MM Certificate Lead woo
Sacred Heart Church have return- certified cheek Uses aa lawrponted. book I Coaipinr Lot 17..Black II. Lawrence ..."'ta Land (Map I'. ST, Jose 4. I*. It, It, July 1'1 m the ..... of U."_..

ed from a two-week vacation at or trut eompanr. payable .nronditlon.llrto nan 44, In luodlvklon.the city nf Plot Book I, .. I'. It). I Lot I*. Block I, Sentinels CIt,.. IVa M..
Deer Lake the order or the Hoard for Ml*, which I Had*. Sate of Ml.nl. County a' 1. In the City of Hialeah Countr of Dado,
Camp In Ocala. check will k* forfoltod te mid District a. Certificate" Florida, a. embraced la NOTICE 1 or SALE OP TAX CERTIFY IUU of Fkirtda. M ... In Owrtm-
Those who went were Billy and liquidated dames or tINt klddn w> whom MM No IOM4. The aoMMo.nl1of 1 CATMI cato No. Hill. The a.sntwwa4 of lOW
the bona may ka awarded. I* UM anntf property Under the Mid CmlftcaUl I ..,,11..11.. No. Illl property sad, the Mid C.rtirirl, aamodw.
>Katalena> Di Natal, George Top- ... _._,....._ *f the term of' I Issued wait In the fame of Unknown. I Notice. b hereby street that (....) Klbabrth la the name of Unknown.Lot .
plno Frank Oritlci Rita and kin bid.on... right t* rvtert all bids b A.vmd Unlm' ._MM C.rtirir.te. hall .. TO. I ....d.... has fl... with m. wrlltearmuoii M. Bhrk t. ftrmlnota City Ira. No
......... 1..I to low. to. dead will that the u. otrtirinitao together t. In that Cltr ., Hialeah. County of Dodo,
Charles Dent, John Bilello and JAMES T. WILSON. I II issue th.nm5 on the 1011I day of August, with all ..'-_, omHtod or beefed taxes I Rate oT FIor...... M suit,ne.d li CortUtaatoN t
A. D.
Sam Blondo I: omtary of Board of PUMA J.............., Dated loss.this"; lath. 'IEo Including. nr ,.... Md. kr the state Illl. The amr.._lil of Mid prop
IPvfcllilMd July .. II. least I II I day. of Julr A. D II"/. k* advertised and sole t* the highest bidder arty under tINt Mid OrUfk*.* ModernsIs 1
I R IRATHERMAN., I for M k aa prorktad kr Chapter IMM. of the MOM at Unknown,

Miss Ruth Tower Miss Jean IN TRW COUNTY IVttCSt OURTIIN :7rj.Circuit /Ia/dsI: the 1M7 A.M of tko LMrblatura, upon thefolewas UabM MM Cwtlfk-ato. shell k* te'dr.mod .
FOR DADS CO FLOaV1' County, / | d.arrlBM' mil mate la the Cou.Ir .- anMrdln u taw, toi bead will
AND UN If. !IC.c.. ......
Parman, Miss Annie May Booth,' IDA. N. Mil. I IOt of Da.... sate of Florida, te-wlll taiu. .... ... 01 the talk dar of I..". A.
5and.1 I Br N. C aTFRRETT. DC. ;, Lot elk I Craft section Coral Gah.... D. IMI.Dated. t
John Frey D. H. Strtekkland and Gvardlanriilp Gear < .. I. U, tl, 5. Aug. i. 1515) | .. ..
prom 140 ..... 17..1 The axes to Paid orMrnord kr Cr this slob dar of J.i A t>. IMI.S. .
Cecil Dodd formed party I Uirioil, No. Son of 1011 .nd _... .
, a picnic Emma LM ......, ia4 Po'W Walter I.OiENTIOM OF IAIE fir TAX CUTI'.. .ta S. I.EATHERMAN.
,I taxes f..l... ".!* IMI Ifs to IMS, both Clark Circuit tiourt.
at Sunny Isles Beach on the Fourth: NOTICE Bond.: OF ; TO MAKE \p.1 CATAPPLICATIORS i I :. ../... ._.u.. to 114II.DaM Dean County, Florida.Circuit .
of July, i MM I orrtirbaua together with all aukOMuMt ( Court oVal)
| PLICATION TO IFL.L PROPERTY, N.... ta .korrbr given that Daimar N.I! ,
I omitted of mtod tau will .. SAY N. 0. rrERRETT.: D. Co
OWNED BY MINORS. I INative Frtpp tiled
I will ... 44 with m. wrfttoi rru*>l told to MM Mahout bides it the Court (Juo IT 14. July I. *, I')
b iMrobr atthat I applrMl I the to* _,..... tonthor with allMihMo.wral ,
Mr. and Mr*. T. B. Grantlum the Honorakb W. F. Slnnton, county MiiHted or kxrbd axes hMlud.In .

chaperoned group of young people loin of Dad. Couatr. Florida at kbCkamkir l the r*>r I'.... Wit kr the ."' .. .. ad.ronbot .
ll the Court New Bulldlnc.Miami lad arid to the klioMt bidder for
that enjoyed two days and Florida, M the Nth dar of July.' omit M Swarmed kr diopter HIM of the
two night of deep-sea fishing the A. D. U... ., 10:00 'cloak A M, tar. 1authority Act of* the to.UI.rtir.. Upon the l
to Mil sal property eased : farrowlnidoirrit.d root owe ta UM Cola.tr .. EDWARD STILING
lint of the week. I the above iMod MlBon; tad described :1 of Dad, sate of Florida to-wltl I
follow.. flort Lot *WU .jlNW
Tile I Lot FMrteoi (14)) aad too CON T.. of BR44 5buat 5511'4 of lIE 14 ,I!

Sacred Heart Sunday Scholl ( foot of Lot TklrtoM Ul) of Black: .nd, .4 of .1:.... aWtiu I'. Township 14,1R.nn I
:
K (41 of Krickam'. Addition to th. 44. oooulnlnp _..f man mar, I
held its annual picnic at Miami City: *t .."' .... rl rtda. holes a uibdl. .bloatot or f... The toMi to his oM are orb, Real Estate General Insurance

Beach Wednesday afternoon the Fast Half (EH; of NorthwwV' Noted< br OTitlflMU Ho IM7 of 1PIS ssdrrorcmna ,
, fOuartor NWH of aVMttm 14. Towmhlp uses far the room IW" .to''
d South Ranm 41 FARM. aoDordlna-* IM*. both /... ....... estimating to 1147.71. '
LEGAL NOTICES able Pat thereof reworded In Plat Book 'B". Hold Ul rmtlfbat together. with all NOT \Jt PUBLIC
i 1'... .., of the Publfe .....rd. at Dad. ...........t ".iltt..l or nrriod axes will'
I Countr Florida I I or sold to the ""h... bidder >t the Court
NOTICE OP sAi.t nr tAppMralto CRTI", ALTtLDA SANDS tUmnl :1.. I.
( 111..1.
) u.e nn the IP1h day of J.I.
C"TIIII .I A. .uiHI.n: of .... at..,........ Minor.. > IHSnrlnnlnv M th. a..ur. of ,.. .... I 1...k IAH Cor. Palm Ave. and Ave. B Florida City, Fla.
'1:.. JIM ( fKHSirj. W NEURON .
.n rmt't-r so the '.OH
I' )Notbt.b h"-l', .d.. n .".h.l...b B.Kvnoaoff Aft--, 1 t", JJ..noI'' met ; : ,. ;I ,.n 'J'u urge
kM TIM with tom ...... n- ,_ 11. "" )t '* r. <( M>i Sahel rat 11n"",," MAr 'IIfi fttIo j -. --- .

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Page Eight THE LEADER.ENTERPRISE Friday July 8.1938
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against a rehearing states:
DAM I REHEARING
"We have again reviewed the
evidence in light of the criticism P.& G. ZVI
DENIED BY STATE Ripe
or suggestions as contained in the
...
petition. We think the law was

SUPREME COURT,'proven properly. applied. and to find the no facts legal as SOAP Bananas
reason shown why a rehearing
should be granted"
The state supreme court Jut 6 bars 3 lbs.
Thursday denied a petition by
Dade County Joined by J. M. rG;LW; X
Brown and Daniel William aiInUrvenon 3c
for a rehearing of
the call brought by South Dude
Farms to enjoin the county from
removing a dam constructed by NEWT G. BALL ,
OSCEOLA PEACHES 2 No. 2l/2 29c
the land rental company at the NOTARY PUBLIC cans .
mouth of a ditch leading Into its
land at the Junction of Tallahassee ._.
and Campbell roads, lour miles Fire Insurance and TOMATOES No. 2 ____.6c
east of Krome avenue. Several week earlier the supreme Kindred Lines
court bad affirmed a decision
of Circuit Judge l'IulBernet I 101b.bag.45c SUGAR (bulk), 10 Ibs. .--_- 46c.
which framed the injunction.: The SS N. KreoM Ave.
petition far a rehearing followed I
Among other things the decision Southern LadySALAD
20 Ib bag 85C
IM[fill 1111111"UTUMM
-- DRESSING, qts. .. 25c

Announcement!
SANKAlib. LIFEBUOY'' for 23c

To our customers and friends. can .-- 39c
\&LU X FLAKES 3 for 23'MRINSQ
We Will Re-open Our Store Hvlne Assorted a If.eans

"""" sOUPSu27c
Monday, July 11 LARGE PKG. 23 G

Bee Brand" 1 e*. tinBlack
We have a fresh supply of seeds, which we Pepper.lOc mS-LUXS0APPKG.I ?E 23"A.'ir

: have had packed in cellophane cartons especially
BRAND "AROO" TARGET Whole Grain
for us,to insure you highest germination possibleat
all times. MILK I PRUNES I Corned Beef I RICE

3 cans.__20c l lb.pkg. 7c can u__ 17c Sibs. .... 18cO


Grantham Seed StoreProne N L Y I Grape"FltlEDOM': juice21e ,

22 Wto fop
:
South Flagler Ave. Homestead, Fla. .; qt bottle 25c

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Pillsbury Flour am. bag SSe"


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"Green Tag"

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3 cans.. 19c CRISCO OR SPRY,3 lb. can ..._____ 55c


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with oUr Lumber it's Breakfast Bacon (Gold Coin) lb.29c DAISY
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the safest and the cheapest in the long
run. Strong, sturdy timber makes Rump Roast,boned&rolled,lb.29c Ib. ___________ 25c

strong support for your home-your Georgia Smoked Bacon, lb. ... 23c DRIED .
walls, your floors-your beams-and Black Eyed Peas or

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