The leader-enterprise
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00087294/00183
 Material Information
Title: The leader-enterprise
Uniform Title: Leader-enterprise (Homestead, Fla.)
Portion of title: Leader enterprise
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: South Dade Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Homestead Fla
Creation Date: July 15, 1938
Publication Date: -1941
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1931.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 29, no. 2 (Jan. 10, 1941).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 29, no. 1 (Jan. 3, 1941).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002057831
oclc - 33835104
notis - AKP5867
lccn - sn 95047482
System ID: UF00087294:00183
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Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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ffl'CALLTOGET Princeton Group Plans to. Earn ENTRENCHED FIGHT TO GET ,

I Funds for Much Needed PlaygroundA I

3-MONTH STAY group of Princeton resident jd under the name of the Prince- DADE COUNTY HEALTH UNITDETERMINEDAT2MEEMGS
who hive banded together to create ton Playground Association.Mrs. .
a playground for the children of
Jos Elder U serving a*
that town announce that a fish fry, temporary chairman) Mr. Elder
OF EXECUTION to ralM fund for starting the to secretary, Mrs J. L. Fennell la .
work, will be served Saturday treasurer, and B. D. Smith is

evening, July S3, on the propelled supervisor of ground 1
!Appeal Taken by AvriettTo The alte If on Coconut Palm been The appointed following equipment committee .have Me.Lauhlin Permanent Committee 1 of the small counties .f the 15
Supreme Court drive east of the federal highway ; ;Iq Florida that have
Jos. Elder Edw. Holland Appointed by Christian now health
back of the residence of Hal
On Error Writ Just and ,Mrs. L. Wright finance, Men's Union units, are levying a* much a* four
Mclaughlin and north of the new.lrporL
Mr. W. H. Eaaon,. Mr. B. D. mill to pay their share of the
FIRST OFFENSE AND Smith. Mr*. Ja*. Mizell; and publicity federal state county, supported
The ground wa cleared It I NURSES EMPHASIZE
NO JURY TO DE CITED held 4. On Mr. Mizell and Mrs. Mae unit.The
picnic there on July Campbell.The QUARANTINE NEED meeting hold no sympathy
July 8, the group formally organ- with such an attitude and voted
public agree that the play I
Plea Makes
Insolvency unanimously to have committee
Unit Could Keep
ground It much needed report Contagious -
Dade Stand Costs appointed to10 to work Immediately
committee member
Cases Out of
: and continue
Of Appeal Food donation for the fish fry
School Rooms until provision ha been made by
have *o far been promised by J.
Claiming that the Florida statute DIVER TO STAGE B. Cash, Goulds Supply, Mullin'i I the budget committee and the
Due to lack of effective commission for establishment
providing for the death penaltyfor Grocery, T. O. Watkins Hardware general county -
kidnaping In this Mate WM designed and Grocery Co.. McVlcker'i Grocery quarantine law, children sufferIng of I health unit In Dude
only for habitual and predatory N. W Campbell and AlbertE from contagious and communicable I County. Vice-President John
criminals and not for "first Watson, Mr. Eason reportedyesterday. diseases attend Dade County Graves, acting In the absence! of
offenders," and that McCall should schools and Infect their classmatesto President Albert Cave, appointedto
Marshall Wayne, world' champion
hive been allowed to plead guilty diver in the 1930 Olympic, The menu will be simple but such an extent that several epidemic the committee Wllmer Cast,
before I Jury, C. A. Avriett, Jasper told the Homestead Rotary Club the servings will be generous, the have broken out and neared chairman, Curtis E. Lee. Gordon
attorney for the kidnap-murderer association promise The charge serloui proportion within the Ivey, T. E. Kirby, and J. M. Hoiferty. -
Wednesday night that he was
of "Skeegle" Cash filed I writ cf will be twenty-five cent part year, public health nurses revealed ,
"amazed to see what a splendid
error In Miami this week to the at the meeting of the Red-
supreme court and prolonged his swimming pool Homestead had. land District Christian Men's Union Lions Hear Dr. Gatlin
client' life Mr. Wayne whose home 1* In last
fors nearly three Friday nightEstablishment
months. Miami, was a guest at the ladles' REVIVAL OF BAY of the county" I Recount Advantages :;

The supreme court hearing on night luncheon of the Rotary Club health unit, which would seek out Of Dade Health UnitThe

the writ has been set for October together with H. Clinton King, PARK INTEREST and quarantine any and all cases I l
manager of the pool and A. J. Ber. of contagious disease would pre-, movement to create a coun-
1.McCain director of the Dade ty health unit for the preventionand
rot, executive
confession of guilt was vent children suffering from measles -:
County Red Cross. The Jiving SEEN ROTE FEAT check of communicable diseases -
made before Circuit Judge H. F. whooping cough, chicken pox
champion was an instructor in the and ha received the unanimous r
Atkinson, veteran Judge. Avriett other diseases from attending
contend a jury should have heard Red Cross school of advanced school: and Infecting their classmates endorsement of Redland District
It In order to determine whether swimming and life saving at Bre- Revival of interest and activity explained Dr. J. N. Patterson Lions Club, which listened to an {
or not McCall was entitled to a 'vard. If. C. -which Mr.King Attended In development of a bayfront park state board of health speaker. outline of the aims and purposesof
' recommendation for mercy, which this summer a* a protegeof east of Homestead was the most Whooping cough, often regardeda the unit by Dr. B. E. Gatlin,
'f would have saved him from the of Rotary Club, and he Is satisfactory and promising accomplishment a rather harmless childhood Homestead dentist and club mem- I
chair. McCaU confessed to the chairman of the life saving com- of the Homestead disease that must be experienced ber, at the regular meeting In the

kidnaping but declared he had mittee of the Dade County Red Rotary Club during the past year sooner or later, I* one of the killers Lion Den Tuesday nlhLth'e
no intention of killing the child. Cross. according to a summary of the In Florida--a greater killereven I organized for the benefit of
He attributed Its death to accidental I A little later this summer, Mr. club' work made by its outgoing than dlptherla. Dr. Patterson: ; In other counties
smothering from handkerchiefs I Wayne laid, he would be one ofa i president, W. E. Rheney, Just before tald. and states, the health unit does
he placed over the nose and group that would come down to '' he turned the gavel over to Mrs. Jane Neabitt, public health not conflict wIth or replace existing
mouth while carrying the boy from 'Homestead and put on I water!his successor: W. M. Fifield, at the nurse for South Dade, said that medical or hospital group, I
the Cash home to McCall' home, ,show at the municipal pool. |'dinner meeting for installation of "hardly I child In this section hat but function as in auxiliary and
less than a mile, which he traversed I Mr. King I* now a qualified life 'officers Wednesday night not had measles this year." Mrs. aid to the local health authorities,
afoot saver and ** I result of majoringin Other officer installed were Cecil Turner Barry chairman of Dr. Catlln explained. Usually staff
Before filing the paper for the flnt aid at the North Carolina Cha H. Steffan, "'Iee.pre.ldentiOeor. the Dad County public health ed by one physician and four trained j'

appeal, Avriett obtained I judgment swimming school would be able .. M. Frick, ecretary-tres- council, told of cases of gonorrhea nurses, the unit strive to prevent r
of Insolvency from the Dade to take care of any situation that urer: J. R. Brooks, assistant secretary that had been found In school In disease by educational methods j
circuit court, which mean that may arise until a doctor arrives, and Chas. T. ruche, Jr. ter- other part of the county. Present such a* by lecture and free i
Dade County must pay the at I Mr. Berres aakU geant-at-irm Director a r e and speaking also was Mr*. M. W. tests in the school, and to check '

torney's fee .* provided by law The Dade disaster relief organization -I Fifield, Rheney, Steffanl, Frick, Matthews, supervisor of public (Continued on Page Four) .:

for Insolvent defendant has been referred to a* Brook, Frank Rue and Dr. H. health nurse In 12 counties I
The week of July 25 was set by :i the beat of its kind In S. Wolfe. It was brought out at the meetIng -
Governor Cone for .McCaU' execution the Dade Red Cross America'i I I A surprise of the evening was that one obstacle to obtainingthe STOP STREETS

following rejection bf the The portable generator and short i the presentation of an honorarymembership %-mill levy for the health
state pardon board of Avriett' appeal wave radio transmitting net located -I *in the club to Julian I unit In Dade County, a* authorizedby DESIGNATED ;
for clemency last week. here last hurricane season will!H. Webster organizer and first' law, I fa the fact that the money
be brought back to Homestead I president of the Homestead Ro- goes Into the state treasury In
THE WEATHER tary Club, who because of his INFLORIDACITY k
next week for use la case of emergency somewhat the same manner a* the
duties a* county" road and bridge j tax. It was pointed out, how.
orn.w aWIse;.earl 01 as segue ho, Mr, Burros said. I'
1.- --. a..wa' rLrida supervisor could not keep up his ever, that no county get I health
attendance a* an active member. unit unless It levies the mlllage Through streets In Florida City i
bees t Mu.j rue I _I lwaJu Mrs. Nesbitt Begins ] mad the Oversea Highway Palm
The presentation speech wa provided in the law, and that some are I
o-Iii .70 |13-0.09J.03| Class in Care of Sick by Past President H. S. Wolfe. venue, the old Dixie Highway rand

July 9 ---189 f | 88 130.131| M ,I The ladies' night feature of the Last Scheduled Game Cave avenue according to :
July j 89 I 71 | | : A class In home; ; hygiene; and care' program was talk by Rotarian !an ordinance which the council I
July 111 j 81 |170 13013! of the tick was started yesterday'! E. L Nelson on "What Rotary Of First Half TonightThe ,adopted Tuesday night to revise I

July 12 -..4\ 90 71 |3008| .05 afternoon in the clinic room of the II Anns Can Do to Help the Club". and modernize the town' traffic
July IS J) It | 19 (I3007| .04 Nave King Cooper school by Mrs.I A vloUn-clarlnet-plano trio, made last of the l'ellularITsched- regulations. Vehicle must come I
JUly 1. ---I I 19 168 130.081 ..13i Jane Nesbitt, public health nUI'M.1| up of Dr. Wolfe, Mr. Frick and uled game of the local diamond to a halt before entering them
A Red Cross text book will be Mrs. Webster, respectively, played ball league for the flnt half will ..tteete.i .
Steffani to Take 40 4-H used. two selections, and there wa be played tonight when Brookermeets i Palm avenue, the town' boule- j'

Boys to Camp on July 25 The course will consist of fifteen chorus singing led by Dr. Wolfe. the Home team to vie for varded main street, will continueto
or sixteen two-hour lessons. Before retiring President Rhe- honor have Its louth lane devoted to

Charles H. Steffant!, county agrlcultural The tint four will be given on ney presented Secretary Frlck There ire, however, six postponed eastbound traffic only while the I
tgtntwill! leave on July 1u1'1lG, 22, it and at. with a watch charm as a token of games of which a sufficient north lane will continue to be used
25 for Camp McQuarrle In Florida hit appreciation of the cooperation number will have to be played to by westbound traffic only.It .

Nitionaf Park near Ocala, 11 the given by the aecretaMr..I determine which will be the victorious developed it the council meetIng -
leader of Bade County' contingent Parker Dairy Getting Rheney turn was presented witha team for the first half of that tax certificate amountingto

of the Boy 4-H Club, which will Additions to BuildingsO. past president' pin, presented' the ceason. The first will be between $567 on the sit of the proposed
be represented at the encampment on behalf bf the club by Rotarian Gould and Home on farm market in Florida City oust'

this year by 40 member They B, Parker proprietor of AJ-) meat P. Robert Monday, July 18. be settled before title to the tract
will remain In camp for a.week. pine Grove Dairy, U bulldlntf a A framed group of picture of The other postponed game are can be cleared and made eligible
The annual encampment, con 28 by M foot addition to his dairy the club' motorcade to Key West to be played a* follows: for WPA appropriation,
ducted by the state agricultural barn to provide milk stalls for 1] In May, given by Rotarian W. H. July 20, Brooker v*. Home. I Mayor Edward SUIing Town
extension service, provide I more cow at milking time. K* Woods, was pissed around for all July 22, Brocket vs. Could Attorney Henry Behrenr and
week'* outdoor recreation for U also building a 12 by 16 toot addition to see. July 13, Brooker vs. Home. Marshal Wm. J. Geronlmo were
sons 1400 member of the 4-H to the dairy milk room, Incoming President Fifield announced July 27, Gould vs. Horne. appointed a committee to sit in r
club throughout the tale duringthe to provides pasteurizing room that committee for the year July it, Gould v*. Brooker.In at the county zoning am ,minion I
summer month Other unit will be equipped with the latest ii follow: the second half.. which begin heating in order to acquaint the
that will occupy the camp with the machinery. Aim and object: : Pre W. M. M soon M the postponed game council with any prevision that
Dade boy are those from P lmBeach Inside the milk room Mr. Parker Fifield. chairman, Steffanl. Frick, ir-1 played off. Perrine will enter might affect the town or might
St Lucie and Okeechobee 1* having a refrigerating room, I r Redd, Ceo. Wakefield, Max I Ivan This will then be a four deserve co-operation of the coun!
cbuatie*. by 12 feet, constructed. (Continued oa rage Four) tea."% Ie..... cil.


Page Two THE LEADER. ENTERPRISE Friday July 15, 1938.

111I1111I11I1111I111I11I11I1111I111I111I i turned" Home Pennlngton on Satvrday and wife "r; School Cafeteria R eport Shows Cash I I Repairs cleaning.....::'._..,.. == i.

spending some time at ValdosfaGo" I. Salaries ...._._ ,.. ._.til.20 :
.A mounted
Sales for Year to $5,541.06
I Ice, (Abe, ___i4 .119.25
20 Years
Ago -"Mildred Wald, who former!r Auditing_._ a

,attended the Redland Farm Uf t The school cafeteria operated I Financial report of Homestead
School entered the Homeste d the Homestead P.-T. A. ha d school cafeteria for semester ending Tool disbursement 2,807.78
U 11I11I If 111111I6 nrIl1II1II1II1II1II1II1I1II1; I I Balance cash hand
High School on Monday. cash ales this past school yean r June 3, 1938:
.. .... end of semester 248. .
sasses *mt MOT n
Allan Tlbblt arrived home o amounting to $9.54108. accordlnto 9 Cash on hand at begin
baths crane life* W tlw N..t.d
Rule r.A..s..a..d .... IS. IMS.July Tuesday after having been visiting. r to the annual report filed yesterday nine of semester ___ 40.98
.r Wa a..a r/.ada ...- _and at Milliard, Fla" for about se.veIIiLl. by Mrs. J. Tom Vann cafe., Receipt: Jewel Turner to Get
.read Dot If, 'N' eau W B
Maned-L..... ." terla chairman. Mrs. C. 0, Rob<. Cash sales for period _,013.11 Diploma on August 5
-"W, M. Bradley returned trlomeaated erton was manager of the cafe (Average monthly
II, 1111.Mr terla J. A. McNeill audited thi
on Sunday from Jacksonville sates 753.39)ns Tallahassee. July 14 Among
-" and Mrs K. A. Froscher, ." report
the 130 students who will be
Mrs. Vera Plenon, Elbert and Hubert Marsh who formerly The report, in two ,, Total cash -_ nn._ ..3.054.5S didatei for degrees at the 25th an.
Frances Fascher and Cecil Milk lived at Longview, enlisted In the reads as follows: Disbursements: nual summer school commencement
spent last" Tuesday at Miami navy several weeks ago and Is now Financial report of Homestead Provisions: exercises Friday, August S,
Beach stationed at Key West" school cafeteria for semester end Ice cream ...__415M at Florida State College Is Miss
'H. H. Ewing and family art -"On Monday evening the barn Ind Jan. 28, 1938: Retail stores __.734,87 Jewel Richardson Turner daughter -
now living on their place at Long- belonging to Jake Simmons and Cash on hand at beginningof Vegetable I of Mr. and Mrs Chas O Turner

v lew. They have been living In located on his glade land was burned I semester $2S.Ot wagon ___168.(7 of Homestead who will receive "

Miami while their son, William, to the ground. (Florida Receipts: Bakery ____.._._MS.68 I a two-year diploma in Junior
attended school. I City). I Cash sales for period _2,527.49 Candy school high school work.

'Cecil Mills, a brother of Mrs. -"Mrs B. A. Tibblts accompanied (Average monthly supplies __nO 330.54 I Five are candidates for the master -
E A. Froscher, arrived In Home by Miss Pauline Searles and Mary sales 80390) Dairies n. n 332.28 r 's degree; 66 are candidates for i
stead about a week ago from San I i Elizabeth Krome went to Miami Power and fuel. 50.00 ;the.,bachelor's degree; and 59 are
Juan. Porto Rica. He had an Beach on Wednesday afternoon" Total cash S2,55U9 Laundry, two-year candidates.
exciting experience as his ship was -The Homestead High School Disbursements:
chased by two subs which were opens on Monday This has been Provision: ....
lighted about midnight Putting a short summer for the pupils, but Ice cream ._...392.80
on full speed the ship zigzagged to the term will end early In March Retail store _603.75
afety Cecil will attend the Homestead which will give the young folks Vegetable BIG ENOUGH TO DO THE JOB

school while here" a chance to help out on the crop wagon ____173.63

-'A nine and a half pound boy ping"I Bakery ____._ 129.84
arrived at the home of Lemuel I-I "On Saturday afternoon, a number Candy, schoolsupplies But Not too Big to be Friendly
Whitehead on Monday night' of the young folks of Florida 200.55 1
-"Joe Burton and family left In City took a trip to Miami Beachin Dairies __._ 32618
I -MAU order NINE MILLION callal!
to our
his car on Thursday morning for honor of W. C. Mead, who was Power and fuel.-..50.00 telephone
Male them dear fast and accurate!
home from Laundry and ,
a trip to Atlanta and Birmingham, on a furlough camp
to be gone about a month." They took a swim In the ocean cleaningRepair __ That's the big order we get every day from the

7. E. Cochran and family moved ate their supper at the beach, and __-- South' telephone users.
to Lake Okeechobee this week"I then attended the dance at Elscr's Salaries1317.20 To handle this great volume of calls It a tremendous

-"Miss Helen, Hitch entered on pier, Miami. Those In the partywere Ice and miscellaneous job. It requires ,the services of over 7.000 nand
her school duties In the Homestead Margaret and Lillian Robertson _.. 2755 12,000 women. .and an investment of more than
high school on Monday" ( Kathleen Fleltas Hattie Lund Auditing __-- 232 dollars worth of plant and equipment for every
-"Edith Avery ha entered a Isabel Craw, Chas, Becker Chas telephone.
P. Sheffield. Olenn Summers Wm. Total disbursements 2.51UO
business college In Frankfort, Kentucky This must be to the fait
organisation big provide ,
I C Mead LaMonte Oraw and Mrs Balance cash on hand
and left onTuesday"
A. C. Craw rhaoeron. end of semester ...__ 40.99 accurate high-quality telephone service that the South
I'Nellie Wallam Invited a few demands. But we are not too big to be friendly neigh-
W J Tweertcll and family returned
of the bors. Not too big nor too to with
from Titusville on Sunday younger set to her home busy greet you a
on Tuesday evening to play games smile to serve you with courtesy and consideration

-"The Junior Red Cross met with I Among those present were Lola NEWT G. BALLNOTARY .. to help you locate a doctor in a hurry .or to lend .
I Ethel and Clyde Nixon Mary and a hand whenever need telephone .
Mrs Harkneea) and tied one quilt i helping you some special
Twenty-five cents was received Dorothy Tower Clyde Scott and PUBLIC service. To us, telephone users are peoplenotjust
Nellie WaUum.-
from one new member Mildred telephone numbers .
Rivers Those present at the last Fire Insurance and Use your telephone more-to keep in touch with
meeting were: Lloyd and Ernestine I "Dr. Leonard W. Haskln Nrl family and friends to speed your business affairs
Gamble Elbert and Frances .. .llil. I. m (. Kindred Lines 1
( to get things done quickly and 1 easily anywhere.
Fresher. Cecil Mills, Ida and l FltllBf >M H...1.. I _
Don ibelle Shownlter, Clarence .001..11.1 I, ''

Xillmgcr, Grace Cobb, OlmilsDendy ter N. L Pint St.. N 33 N Krome Ave.BUILD SOUTHERN BELL TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH Co.
Velma Harkness, Mrs Cn.Nl.h! Ale r.. I INCORPORATED
Casedhpt Urns
BCHMO Showalter Mrs Harkness" .4f I I I
-o B Parker has a number of
cows now and Is looking for more" I
-,MM. Leonard Chapman left ; MENEM
Ti i slay for her former home In
K..cr, W Vu Mary Trester i
;.1 ,ndd mghter of J H Simmons. i
.,, ?mpnnled her" (Florid City). 3 ERE'S YOUR
-- Mrs Win Lochris has recover-l
ed from her recent Ubkaas. (Florid

DeBcrry Brothers' sawmill la,
\<.r> busy, from thirty to forty
men being employed In the local) "
plant and the one on the outskirts .. REAL SHAVING

of town" (Florida City). 1 LUMBER




wars Aa.lny

a 4'0 N aNR OUR LUMBERBUILD .rM "Ae v g as= .e.

, u :Q 1u tL5.. s ''9 oaI
C01DITIONEDY with our Lumber it's

the safest and the cheapest in the long

I run. Strong, sturdy timber makes

( strong support for your homeyourwalls &- O

your floors-your beams and

ri'f1 elsewhere where quality wood is need. eKnjs r p.rhetsbadageaaJataedaaveeo.at ay.. I

ed. a*the SUM tto*.Quality plus economy--tiufa so%
/ the happy eambbMtloa that SM* Pnbtk Jr. slwt t
Bade the but raw blade buy ea the aMrkrt ;0
&O ORT today.Why risk you stoney?Gets package at etbase
UM E world-famous bloke at yaw dMhra to*
asaM sale i.er.d Mat r Se W.D.HORNECO. dey-4 double-edge Prabak Jr.* fee only 11*.
cwt d me ... fachmmss.. sear
s... was r ant ease ate ..ace.seas. .
Crary W why warms am
SHOW 404 "go" IMP. 2_" sowe"
w My a". I
tomM worn 11 N. Krone Are Phone II7-J 1Y

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Friday July 1& 1938 LEADER-ENTERPRISE__ __ _____ Pin Thr**

MRS. BROWNLOW\ en but his visit wu cut short by Home Wins From Record Crowd Sees Margaret Berger Joined torn time
: the news of the damage done the I ago yielded to superior brawn
grovo. section by the hurricane o Goulds 9-8 in Game Girls Play in Two'and lost 1J-J, the exhibition same
1908 PIONEER IS that year. ,played here lust night against the

Mr. Magnuson was known as a G o i n 11 InningsMaking Games Last Night'I Gould.I (men's) team of UM
kind, good neighbor and an ex- g Homestead diamond ball league.
TAKEN BY DEATHMrs. cellent grove man.. His grove I Batteries for Spaulding were

h* bequeathed to Mrs. Rose Ka- a desperate effort fc, Berger, Sloan and Yelvlngton roe
Th tint this played
game year
nutaon, a Miami furor who had stave off defeat in the dlamonc!I Goulds,, Finder and Caves, Simmons.
Julia W. by the Homestead glrli' diamondban r rI
Brownlow. wife taken car of him. I 1 I
ball game her Monday night Th score by Inningsr
of M. J. Brownlow, died at their ; team resulted In an 8-0 victoryfor
He Is survived by the following Gouldi scored one man In the 1 I h e
: home In Redland Wednesday nephews and nieces who all live ninth inning to even up the coup t the Public Self-Service Stores Spaulding 000300 0-.3 S
s morning as she neared 80 years of In Sweden: Ivar Magnuson, Gun- girls of Miami last night on the''
I 3
with the Home team, I and [Gould 114003 x-13 9
Homestead field. Batteriesfor
i age. Funeral cervices were held nar Magnuson, Helge Magnuson, city
and caused the same to run InU I
Both were played on a
the vlaltora Nesbitt andme game
yesterday afternoon were
the Rev. .
Mrs. Ragnheld Westerberg and
the eleventh when Ho
C. G. Nelson, pastor of Redland Inning Meyers; for Homestead, Sloanloaned I wet slippery diamond to a record
Mrs. Marglt Holmgren. I
put another man over home plaU 1crowd.. The local girls' team will
Community Church in ( to the locals by Miami
i charge I win the 9 to 8. I 1 I
to game
Burial was in Palm Cemetery at Beach) and Mistretta. Th score play the Miami Beach girls here
I Naranja. Turner Funeral Home Funeral Services Held Gosid. ab a .k s' a by Innings: next Thursday night.

j had charge of arrangements.Mrs. Here for Perrine Man c.-..ea..u.. a a 'I"1' .,rI r h e I(
Brownlow came to Red- __ it rf 4 I I I I PS.-S. Stores 2003 3-8 8 1 Waiter "How did you find youe:

land with her husband In 1908 0 14__.............. s. I'.111.1 I e as ;I ,Homestead 0000 0-0 I 3 teak, sir"
'I when h* took charge of the grove funeral services for Elmer 0.-...., s. I" I a I, Moran: "It was just luck. I hip
Interests of J. V. Meredith, who Thompson, 29, Perrine resident Ao-.. I.rf I I.I .e nWarsaw. e .0 .I:II The Spaulding girls' team of pened to move that piece of Potato .
preceded W. J. Krome as chief who died suddenly in Kendall hospital .ardor.I' 4 I i I Miami Beach, which Homestead's and there It was,"--Ex.
.f .11. ,
will be
Wednesday morning,
engineer of the F E. C. railroad'sextension ,
'.___ of 4 e .1. ,
conducted in the chapel of Turner
Key West They Ip
had lived In Miami for ten years Funeral Home at 3:30: p. m. today 41 a 'I' to'Tor I s

prior to moving to Redland. by the Rev. J. E. Waller, pastor out wMn winning roll .......
of the Silver Palm Church. Burial NOrM .. c bb ,.
She was born In Monroe County rv.1d. Ib 4 a 1 aMinnetta. ffm1JJ-
Pa., the daughter of Mr. and will be in Palm Cemetery at Na If e I t I .
ranja.Mr. Young. re s I I a 0
Mrs. Edward Yetter. She is survived ,
B..lth. Sb I a a a
by a brother, M. D. Yetter;I Thompson was born In Adel, R. C..pbell,of a e e ec
a daughter, Mrs. C. Ben Plummer, Ga., and was employed In a de-I a hie. .lit a 1 a a 4 4Hil.o. t
and two grandsons Ben Plum- partment store at Perrine at the .. ro 1 t a 4 4
time of his death. He Is survivedby I Nines. of 4 I I I
Jr. and
mer, Marlon C. Plummerall .
Nelson p 4 I a I a
of Redland. his mother, Mrs S. Thompson,
Until three years ago, when sho I a brother, Leonard, and a sister,I 41 .10S.III s ta

resigned because of 111 health, Ruby, all of Perrine. I Couldo __....-...__ lot son 101 0040.4
Horn. ......-..-..- IU too 01-
Mrs. Brownlow had been presidentof
the Ladies' Aid Society of the I Two boN bits niboni I horn ni., I
C..pbell. 11. tin: boN on balls off. Com i
Redland Community Church con- rM3&=, N... Si struck out bra C._ S, N.IUmplmt
for 1 I..... ..
tinuously 18 years. She was
......... end tone 1
a member of the Woman's Clubof
1 1i 1r
the Redlands from the time of
its inception, and had been a I

member of the Pioneer Guild. She II Use Home-made Butterfrom
withdrew from church and social I

activity about a year ago when
she became an Invalid and for the
past six month had been confinedto i

Pall bed.bearers at the funeral yesterday -
were: W. H. Cast, Ozro Alpine Grove DairyNO

Halnlln, Jesse Soper Brown Ross
'I.. G. Ruggles and E. G. Bitte.


Magnuson, Grove Owner 100% PURE

Carl Albrecht Magnuiwn 84
who died 'Friday morning in the TRY
Post Graduate hospital was buried
Monday afternoon In Woodlawn Present Price 30c lb.
Cemetery In Miami. Funeral services -
were conducted at the Turner -
Ask delivery man to supply need
Funeral Home by the Rev. E. your
.L. Nelson pastor of the Homestead i

Presbyterian Church.Mr. And have you tried OUR 8eL
Magnuson had been In failIng -
health fur a year and on July ButtermilkRedland
1 was strlfkan with an attack from
which he never rallied
He was born In Sweden but
came to this country 80 years ago
and soon became an American cit- U Y.EKOStiet

izen. His first years were spent TR

in the gold field of Nevada.In -'.iRl s Ji. .j
1908 Mr. and Mrs. Magnuson RUNS ON K Pitts'
came to Redland. Mrs Magnuson
died at their grove home and he YOU C9 OIRAAON0OIRAAON Plow FOOD P1110=11104
took her body back to their native RTiltU iit0 0201 DESSERTS I
Sweden for burial. Since that COOLING MINK
time he had lived alone on his
grove which Is on Redland road
north of Coconut Palm drive. 0 NEEDS NO WATER NO MM aTTtNTKNI

In 1924 he went again to SwedTurner's -

troUtL find Serval Electrolux, the kerosene refrigerator
Brand I a real friend of the family. It keep food fresh In all
Funeral Home kinds of weather gives you a chance to have new. delicious

dishes eaves work, time and money.In .
every important respect, this Serve Electrolux Is
Attendant .
Lady Fertilizers Identical with the famous gas refrigerator which la today
Phone 584-R H'-roeste,d,Fla. giving silent, low-cost service In more than a million city

homes. It has no moving, wearing parts and runa tot only
a few cents a day. Write for complete details.

Let Us For Citrus, Avocados and Limes; SlUM WITH THIRU1tICEItATOR.YOUr'

RejuvenateYour Fertilizers Dade County Groves; AP

Car .. .. .

f i Wood Work Made\ by a ..lIolil' Concern Pioneer Appliance Co.

Bod1 Fender Repairs i I Bid L. Keadrtrk. M'r.
Odd Fellow Bids H.s>est a4. Ha. \
Tops tuid Trimming I '

Seat,Cover Florida East Coast Fertilizer Co --., iMa.M and ... .Seas" skit&
Painting ..- ...... Information about .wed I
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a- m,tile In Mrlfontof.Strart .
| )f. I

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Page_ Four ___ ________ THE LEADER 'NTERPRIS Friday, July 15, 1938 1

Mrs. Walker to Preach Webster Mr. and Mrs. Roberts relies. he said The speaker WM I {
Mr and Mr Frlck, Dr. and Introduced by J. Hark Phillip, FROM OUR lIAILOOXNEW
While Pastor Talks to
......... FAdeys at .cried. lass 1 Mrs. Wolfe Mr. and Mn. Ben program chairman. .
ae 00 Death Pddl.at.s (... Miami-CongregationThe Archer Mr. and Mn Fred Redd .
Committee for the year just begun LYNCHING RECORD
.... Mr. ltd Mn Mr.
OEM AaCKBatB Roy Chandler have been announced a* fol'
raw ISAC ARCI.a Walker I and Mr*. Frank Rue Mr. and Mrs. Editor: LeaderEnterprise'I : :
_._ .___ __ Ammdwhesett... Rev. C. N. will be low: send the
Paul Reynolds, Mr. and Mn. Wade you following Information
the morning speaker at an all-day Attendance: Gordon W. Ivey,
Maimed as spatial ohm saw swum HuM Mr. and Mrs. Brook, Mr. concerning: lynching for j
meeting which will be held In the i chairman. A. D. Smith. Don O.'
t BW *... X and Mrs Fitch, Mr. and MrsClarence the first six month of this .
.r..II year.I
r. rIAww
..wa'i ..
M*> Tabernacle Baptist Church in Miami Talbott John B. Peter I
r.ewa.care. J. Parman, Mr. and Mrs. find according to the records
to celebrate the second
I Steffaai Mr. and Mn. Fifield, Mr. Constitution and by-law: Geo! compiled at Tuskege Institute lathe a
JiTUCalrTlOlr ana anniversary of the church and the and Mr*. Bheney, Mr, and Mn.i Cooper chairman, Ed. H. Gallaher,!i, department of records and re.search -
__ .. "M second year of the pastorate of Its j
fa IM4 CMlf Lester Lawrence, Don E.:
Ferreyra. that there
i King.. Ja* Woilam. UK Rer. E. L. were no lynch.
*.*. founder, the P. T. Taylor
O.wW..1 Dade Cmrtr 0 whose .t'W Steeple Chimes I(Nelson. Mr. Wayne. W. Y. BUlb, mil In the tint sis months of 1JS8. 2
Max Loaner Tom Faust, Howard Finance: Thorns E. Kirby chairman -, This it the first time since t
,program 1* broadcast: weekly OWl'IWQAJd. I
Vain Regrets Johnson George Wakefield, Mr*.|( Claude A. Campbell, Ralph record of lynching has been kept
Lamar Dickinson, and Mia Virginia J:. Edward. !I that the tint six months of the
I Mr Walker take 1
of fate will Mr. Frlck. Lion education John Caldwell went without
Th* mill : : Q. year by a lynching. t
their vtrgili keep Walker place In the Flnt Baptist chairman, Richard KJnard, I There) were four lynching: eachIn

And woe It him Church of Homested at the morn LIONS Thomas P.nno.Membership i the first six months of IMS,

who forget Ing service : Frank Webb, i 1938 and 11131.I .
Mr. Walker will speak at the chairman. Wm. T. McConnell Wm. I Yours very truly

That wasted] hours forenoon service In Tabernacle (Continued From Pane One) H. Owen, James W. English. I 7. D. Patterson, president.

are prone to reap Baptist Church on The Church' the spreading of syphilis and other Community betterment: C. F. Tuskegee Institute, July 7, 1938.
Grey harvest of One Foundation." social disease by reporting cases Robinson chairman H. L. Mite I .

vain regret The afternoon speaker will be i which otherwise would remain ob- chell, Wilmer H. Cast E. J. Nor- SERMON
Dr. and Mrs. C. H. Bolton and the ,scure until the secondary or final man, Henry uell. Wm. H. Booth
With wanton hand evening speaker win be Hugh stages are reached. Harry E. Cooper. I A

we bind the sheaves Latimer, head of Baptist Brother. I When It* Investigations reveal Extension: J. Marquette Phil BAPTIST CHURCH

That grow in ourwaited hood work In the state. I I communicable l disease, or the lips, chairman, John P. Neafsey July 17 Morning sermon,
hours. possibility of an epidemic, the Thoma M. Torbert "The Taint of God" by Mrs.

I health unit at once sends the victim Boys and girl work: D. R. Snyder C. N. Walker evenlaf sermon.

And our vein regret ROTARYContinued to a reputable physician for chairman, Ralph R Done The Triumphant Life br

are withered leaves treatment. If the patient I* indigent Clarence W. Sweet, John Graves. pester.In .

That fall from a the unit will finance the Education: Charles N. Walker the story perked for child
vast of flower ( From Page One) cost of such treatment from t chairman, Sam J. Davis, Dillon) reD, a continued story will be

-Cres on E. finch. Loan@r. pedal fund earmarked for that E. Bashor, begun that will ran through
Club service: Vice-President'purpose, Dr. Gatlin laid. When Health arid welfare: Robt' C. about seven installment

Steffanl!, chairman; C. H. Parman,,, 'test in the school for certain disease I I McDonell. chairman B. E. Gallln. July to Prayer meeting '
A Rule for GentlemenIn program: E. L. Nelson fellowship:; chow a positive reaction the John P. Neafsey A. M. Logan. Subject Paul the )Mission '

Edw. Stiling rotary information:;,patient will be x-rayed and the Program: lit quarter, B. E. ary.' tI':'

connection with the blrthda;y Paul Reynolds public Information:; case Isolated. I Gatlin. chairman; 2nd quarter .. .
of Jefferson Davit on June 8, th
Progressv! Farmer remind :_ Rue attendance; Howard John. j board of county commissioners Charles Pratt, chairman; 4th F. j
of a favorite rule of hi*. one 'II)ton, haute: Archer, musk; Prick, has ruled that no fund are available Iqu.rter. W. O. Talbott chairman. By Willis Baxley
@I _.....__._..._....._Ml__
worth remembering "Never b budget; Bavo Webb, audit: Roberts, in the current budget for a Publicity: Wm I. Flak chairman -
haughty to the humble or humbli e I''resolution*; Chas T. Fuoh. Jr., 'health unit, the county it permit- James W. English MartinJ. A regular meeting of Redland t

to tile haw!''to (sergeant at anna.Vocational j ted under state law to levy one- I Classier, Jr. Chapter F. F. A. was held Tuesday .

,I service: F. R Redd half mill for that purpose Some I Sight construction and blind I I night in the ,chapter room with t. '

Continues Farm ,C'hainnaJl. Roy Chandler T. B. of the smaller counties In Florida work: Joseph R. Hlckson chair1man I Warren Wood Don Lair, Elmer '
Mayo : r.rantham, H. J. Reknrtakle, O. B. assess four mllli annually for the ,: Thomas Panno, J. Garland'' Hampton Alvin Prothero, Bill (r
Saff.tProgram Pirker. support of their local health unit Wynn. Hampton Reid Wysong Billy "

Community service: Wakeiield, I''while Dade County, one of the i Citizenship and patriotism Harley |Campbell Phillip Ream. Walter

Realizllll'l1dt) on the torn 1 Chairman, J. D. Redd. J. R. Brook, largest lies made no provision yet R. Core, chairman Carl Wng-' Thompson Donald Hawk*, Harold 'a
I- .. SOSdaN.than M,f b Commissioner r I Lee It. Lehman Dr. H. S. Wolfe for this important adjunct to the ner, Alex L. Hemming. ,: Hampton Herman Cyan Rex ,

KVdiMnbutlng <> inow engaged inifit.v : I (youth work). public health. Dr. Gatlin declared. Safety: Frank Bemecker, chairman Romme Richard Jensen and Willis J" \
-" literature taO I A* a result of the discussion, the [ HanOI G. Thurmon Hunter Baxley members present
the lummeiKr < >ool" It is re- International serves: LoMer, Lions Club will Join all other civic O. Harden John L. Scarborough. I' The bUliMIa of reading and

<,tt.ible to ante\ wins Mr Mayo.!chwrnmn. W. Y. Bush W. J. Oeronlmo. group of the Redland District In I Property: Charles A. Cox chairman -,,adopting the new constitution and
I'.1. accident ontmut on the, W. H. Woods, W. J:. Rhea urging the county board to aid In Lawrence Pope. Lester Law- 1 by-laws was taken up, and plant

fiim desphtithe, splendid pro jnTtl (stamping out disease by t rence. ,were made for a fishing trip soon. ;

run: Of ace ii i nl prevention thai L l Sub-committees program: ,the one-half mill and leVYln'j' Reception: Geo. Cooper, A program consisting of musical
Hi -c 11",1 te .dun and principals I i Parmnn chairman Parker, A. F. health unit to its other I mom, C. S. Allen;, Charles chair.I', I;t numbers and a "kangaroo court"

on' engaged l in Arthur. I divisions of public health service. W. O. Talbot J. R. Hickaon !:d.j'I'was presented under direction of ,

Nvjr Cm view recently a son I Budget: Trick <<:chairman Ceo. :Representing the club at the comIng H. Gallaher, Wm. I. Flak. the program committee.
nf (',mu1U_. ** Steele of Laurel I Wakefleld. Dr. M. A. Berger, Ted Miami conference will be its Everglades park: Geo L. Swan Vlsiton included Mr. and Mr*.

Hill was seriously injured when a, Elder. 'standing health and welfare committee chairman, Geo. W. Turner, Jr. I/0. C. Wood. Mrs. E. A. Baxley and

tractor that he was driving turned Music: Archer chairman; Wolfe, composed of Robert! C. Luncheon: Lawrence Pope J Mr. and Mn. R. W. Prothero. \

over and crushed him. Two accidents I.. song leader; Mae Webster pianist ,McDonell, chairman. Dr. Catlin 'chairman, Jack F. Hammett, J. Following I the meeting, refreshment \1

that happened In Plnellas Fellowship: E. L. Nelson, chairman [John P. Neafsey and Dr. M. A. Forbes. A. C. Eaiton. .I were served

County were blamed on bee flying Woods, Adrian Jacobs I Logan.An Landscaping: Richard 1'1'1
Into the ear*. Mr. Mayo cautioned Chandler. I Interesting feature of the chairman E. J. Norman, J. !
driver that when a bee or Classifications 1 Tuesday meeting was a talk on forbes, Clarence Sweet, Jesse K iAM11: "1
bug .f any kind get into a and membership: 1 pirate by Capt. Don Dlckerman Norwood. _
car the flnt thing to do I* to stop Wollam, chairman, Johnson operator of .the Pirate' Den in --

the car. Don't try to kill or chase ton. Miami. Captain Dlckerman brought' -----

the Insect out while the car Is In Youth work: Wolfe, Nel.1 with him a number of museum exhibit ,

motion, he say*. Frank Skill Bleier *, ancient words, pistol and

Mr. Mayo give the following( Rotary information: : ,I other weapon, several places-of-I I DisplayWe
chairman, Wad Hunt. Webb on
even rules for safer tractor operation v eight and other coin*.
: Bush He reviewed the history of the
Attendance: Rue, chairman. notorious
1. Crank tractor only when not pirates who found sate
In gear. Lehman Berger. harbor and refuge along the FlorIda

2. Place thumb under crank and Resolutions: Roberts chairman coast and mentioned a few
lift Archer. treasure trove that had< been found
turn do not
a quarter attempt -
Public Information: Reynolds, In this and
to area on the Florida +
spin chairman Brooks, Arthur J. D. n ''t
3. Keep chin and legs away frompath key The salvaging of the old Joy
of crank. Redd. CasparUl flagship off Key Weal
House: Johnson chairman, Geronlmo might bring to light many. valuable
4. Dismount only when machine ,
Rheney, Jacob
is standing still I Ia.
Auditing: Webb chairman Losner -
Carry no passengen.I.
Refuel only when ignition la Skill.
"off I Present at the Installation din- G&LROOFING
ner were: Mr. and Mrs. Lee Lehman -
7 Keep on ground.
;I Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Woods I
Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Grantham, Mr. CO.
Assault and Concealed I and Mr. O. B. Parker, Mr. and

Weapon Charged Sauls Mrs. Edward Stiling, Mr. and Mrs. : I Are Not a Bank

1 LEGAL NOTICE Johns ManvilleBonded
Bat We Are at Year Service to Help Yea
Earl Saul, who la being held Roofers
,in Homestead city jail to await NOTICE or .PPt.M'4T101I FOR TAX PHONE I-J1J1 MIAMI
trial on charges of aggravated assault I
and carrying concealed weapons Native b .s New tWI Burr i if ...e1alwt.th SHEET METAL: CRAFTSMEN I I MODERNIZEWith
RI.-'" M1iw. I
will be given a preliminary Cttr WMM Miami. T.. C.et/ekes N........
'hearing before Peace Justice S. U ., dated MM, .'k day .> 1*>T. A. Mtea1 11.--- Ik* ftmtm
kwHte fW C.wn..a r a I.
Kendrick at 2 p. m. today. HU floe, ... law Dade p.INtM t.r a. !
dad .. brae I..wd..w WItIt G.& L
companion John Martin, wanted 1... aaW r..I,..... ...kr.ws the ease I Brigg's Plumbing Fixtures
by the authorities for a similar offenet. ...... dwea5l salmi .. SOLAR HEATER
b still at large.Saute Covnty.Lo PweYsw ....It t Do You Need Money for .
< II. CIIF-l Park. Plot Itao .
WM arrested by Deputy I. r. : hi J* CUT *f Ml l, CMIIf HOME IMPROVEMENTS?
IH .t Two are It.at"I se Visa em wry
at stow Ft.ad. 8
Sheriff Frank N. irwin on a warrant The a..w> wwwo .d ..W .de e.aw 5.55511 .. 1..d wdeem. See U* at Oncel! W* Can Make Your Reno- \ ,
sworn out by Mr Maud UM wM OMUkm bead :r:UMIf Sam I ."@ tatft aced ........ vattnc Possible! \
V.k'._ .....
of local
Broadhunt proprietor a vskes .w Caettrk.a emit be adwedweadl"e W* handle AU Fuiaactal Detail
barbecue aland. M the aftermathof a l... ... deed will r..0 .
a frre-for-all brawl which tkl lath 4u tl J.... A.: D. ....
''place at the* Peacock Inn. a took) E. B. UtATHKRHAN. G. & L. ROOFING CO.
Madhouse c..... Clra about two miles lIMo ... 1r.a.TstkKaa.a. ..... rant
1 Guts. F 1KI tUerayn BlT*.. Miami
west of Homestead. last Saturday (IC....... Cow, I..in MtAHI. FLOKIDA
1WIbt. By N. c. .T all am. D. c.
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, Friday. July] 15, 1938 THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Pare Five

II The Rev. Milton B. Sackett of Mr. and Mn. Paul Reynolds entertained Mr. and Mrs. Harry Baity will
Sanford, former vicar of St John's over the week-end Mn.C leave this morning for Lamont.Fla ;
Episcopal Church of Homestead, W. hick of Atlanta+ a cousin foe a visit with Mr. Beaty'a it
In and Around I and Mrs. Sackett are expected to of Mr*. Remolds, and Mr*. Eddie parents before proceeding to J
arrive Monday to visit Homestead Rich, ibo of Atlanta. Georgia to spend the rest ot their "
friends vacation. They will be accompanied : -
Homestead I I An eight and a half pound ion by Albert Tlmmon
: and Mrs. George M. Prick Robert Eugene, was born July 10
land their daughter, Miss Virginia. to Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Flolrick Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Proctor ot
will leave Saturday for a vacation of Princeton at the Post Graduate Savannah Oa. were guest at the
T to be spent with relatives and hospitalA home of Mr. Proctor brother and
*: Mr. and Mr T. Z. Kirby snd i and they were Interested also, In friends in Jacksonville and other sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. L. T.
'* sons plan to leave Tuesday tor. a pageant, "Sky Line," produced point In Florida. They will be Wilma Proctor, from Sunday until Wed.
daughter, Eloise
a vacation trip to Hendenonvllle,, by the public school children of I accompanied to Jacksonville by born July 14 to Mr. and Mrs. Berlin wa neada,. They were accompanied
v Baltimore and Damascus, Ga. In I the city. On the way home they. W. M. Fifleld. president of the Felton of Matecumbe at the her by Lake Davis Proctor, son
} Baltimore they will visit relatlvei i spent a day and a half In Wishp. Homestead Rotary Club, who with Post Graduate hospital. of Mr. and Mrs. L. T Proctor who
1> of Mr. Kirby and In Damascus,. ington and stopped at numerous I Mr. Frick, secretary of the club, has been visiting them In Savannah -
f relative* of Mn. Klrby.H. other places Including Alpine, will proceed to Lake City to attend for the pact throe weeks, and
I. ---- Lodge Camp and Camp Cloud. the Rotary assembly to be Mrs. Earl Smith underwent a by the Rev and Mrs. Raymond

01 P. McDaniel has been In the mont In Mentone Ala. held there Monday and Tuesday. minor operation at the Post Graduate Boucher of Msridianville. Ala,
hospital recelvlnf medical attention hospital this week. their house guests for the past

since Tueada,. He and George W. Kosel of Redland and week Monday the party with
,>;a McDaniel returned July 7 Pennsylvania. -. his ion and daughter-in-law, Mr. Mrs. M. M. Glasgow of Miami !' Mr. and Mr*. L. B. Daniey and
V, their visit to Georgia. bertson of Homestead High Schoolfaculty I and Mrs. George W. Kosel, Jr. Beach and her son, Frank Glaa- 'I Mr. and Mr*. Clifford Campbell
and her tW-)'ear-old I of Chapman Field and their children low Jr. visited at the home of enjoyed a fishing trip in the key
Sherry Louise, aevenpoundV daughter, Lucia, who are spendingtwo : Richard and Margaret went Mn. A. A. Payne from Saturday area, and a fish fry at the home of
,r daughter born to Mr. and Mrs months with relatives in Miami to Islamorada yesterday for a one- until Wednesday.Mr. Mr. and Mr*. Danzey. Lake
week vacation. Davis returned with his uncle and
_. Dexter Home at Biscayne Clinic. were week-end guests of Mr.
In Miami Thursday night of last and Mrs. Geo. M. Trick, Mrs. Win- and Mn. E. R. Zalcsky and aunt to remain until school begin
0' week, has recovered from a slight. gcrt and Lucia will spend next t t Mr. and Mn. O. P. GameD and Mrs. P. P. Harding, all of Miami
Illness experienced one day this, Sunday Monday and Tuesday ai I children left Tuesday for a two- spent Sunday with Mr. and Mr*. Mr. and Mr*. W. D. Coker led
week. guests of Dr. and Mrs. IL S. week visit with Mr. Gosnell's C. W. Camp. Mn. Camp U a their son-in-law and daughter,
Wolfe. uncle near Leesburg. sister of Mr Zalesky and Mn. K.. and Mn. J. 7. Martin. enter-

The condition of Mrs. T. Fleltas Harding. tained over the week-end Mrs.
who has been seriously ill foi Mrs. C. L. Ooley who underwent t I Mrs. Ida Eby of Kohler Wls, Cokeri two brothers and isten!

more than a week .t the home of, a major operation'several week I and her two children, Raymond Miss Mary Belle Glbbs left Friday In-law. Mr. and Mn. H. E. Keen of
4 her son-in-law and daughter Mr. ago Is now able to be up. and Jeane, have moved Into one to spend a two-week vacation r Alva and Mr. and Mrs N. E. Keen
and Mrs. J. D. Redd, Is reported of the Brodie houses on Redland visiting In Winter Haven. Eagle of Fort Myers and daughter Miss
, .. to be a little better"today. Mrs. Archer Smith will leave today. road. Raymond will return soon Lake Tampa and Lake Wales Her Berda Keen who has Just startedto

*' Fleitai was put to bed three weeks on a vacation trip to Jacksonville. to Wisconsin to begin his third brother, James who has been at take a course in beauty cultureIn
ago after she had suffered several Chicago and Kansas City. year at the University of Wisconsin. Fort Screven will visit another Miami.

falls. sinter Mrs. D. L. Tlltey. In Detroit
Mn. James Elder hi the
Mrs. A. G. Ranb has recovered before he return to Homaitead.Mr spending
Mr. and Mrs. C W. Camp have from an extended Illness. Mrs."A. Gram and her ion Clarenoe week-end In South Miami with her
returned from a seven-week trip. left last week for their home .later, Mrs. Laura Heitherington.
' In Minneapolis after spending the and Mrs. Wayne L Adams
Mr. Camp spent the time in Los t
. .' An.ida treatment In Joe Hunts returned to Marlanrui winter with J. H. Gram at his of TB\ rnler \ \isited from Saturday Mr. and Mrs Aiivl Bn_ wentto
hospital. Mr ., Camp after accompanying a I Tuesday to resume his studies at home on W. Plummer drive. till Tuesday morning with MmAd.ims' Miami Bench Sunday far a two-
I the military academy there. parent, Mr and Mr .I week var.itlon!
him to Las Angeles I
went to Albuquerque. Chicago, J. T. Pickard of Omaha arrived I II Tom V.mp I (Continued on "IMi-r Eight

Montreal and Washington. D. C.I Mr. and Mri. James N sbltt''I Monday for an extended visit at ,",, "N .__._ .-..... .
before going back to accompany two ions, James, Jr., and Joe, left f" .p
hlnj home. In Washington she' Sunday morning to spend the rest I Cath-erine ?
visited their son Paul. ,of their vacation with Mrs Nes-I law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. T. D. r.
bltt's parents in Limestone, Tenn Pich*. Mr. Picknrd has spent the t

John O. William returned Friday ''past three winters In Homesteadand
from South Carolina. and Mn. Mr. and Mn. Alvin Campbellleft was called home In March by
Williams returned from Washing Saturday on a vacation trip to the Illness of hit wife who died

ten, Pa, where she visited her Jacksonville, Fla., and Millen,/two week later. He has spent
IOn-J -law and daughter, Mr. and Oa. They took with them Mn. the past two months visiting relatives I
Mrs. Harry Murphy. Mr. and Mrs.,I Campbell's two nephews, John in Illinois. :
Williams will leave Tuesday for a i Henry and Dewey Davis of Mil- i I
' six-week stay in Colorado before len who had spent three weeks at Mrs. Harold K. Foulk and ton. i
they go to their summer home In the Campbell home. : John, will leave Saturday to loin I
West Mr. Foulk In Grcer, S. C. Later I
Brownsville Pa. i
I Harold Campbell, son of Mr. i they will ill go to Hendcrsom.

B. C. Murphy la In the Post I and Mrs. A. J. Campbell, who has I I
Graduate hospital recovering from been In "Pleasant, S. C, is now Lester Blair Smith, son of Mr
an operation for appendicitis per I going on to Maryland, according' and Mrs. George-W. Smith is one
formed last Friday night to word received here this week.' of the 1,938 students enrolled for
the tint term of the 1938 summer

Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Franklin Mrs. Seymour Dane is entertaining -I session at the University of Ken

(Mien Neal and Whitney Beam planto two nieces this week Mils tucky at Lexington.

go to Key West Sunday.Mr. Eleanor Meggs and Miss Nellie Eli
Mrs J. Tom Vann leave this
Ann O'Bryan, both of Miami. I
and Mrs. Robert Darelng I morning for Vero Beach where \
..who have been visiting relatives In Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Brodie have she will visit for two weeks at the fOl"I'fS1 I

Arlington, Mais* for light weeks gone to Dayton Beach for a stay home of Mr. aruLMn. D. W. Vann,
brother and sister-in-law of Mr.
are expected home tomorrow. They of three months. a
will be accompanied by Mr. Dare- Vann.
Ing's sister, Miss Amy Darting of Charles Pratt of Redland left
Arlington, who will spend several Wednesday for Ontario, Canada. Jean Campbell bal returned
weeks In Homestead.Mrs. where he will spend a month with from South Carolina.

relatives. Miss Sara Colquitt of Barnes- elf FLOAIDR MOTOi11IIES
Bert Jeffrey was In the
Post Graduate hospital from Monday Dr. and Mrs. M.: A. Berger and ville C,., and Miss Helen Colquitt _

till Thursday for medical daughter, Margaret will leave i of Griffin Ga, left for their homes Cal KO ..UH| orirk it* World roowos IIIIIWfc.. otts Lent TrlMI
treatment Saturday to spend the weekendIn Tuesday by way of Tampa after conk row em e" (Us fw. Hundred* el
I St. Petersburg and Clearwater l 10-day visit hen at the homeof r.scanof .easy a Ue-lwe I* Mft Florida, BnWIf Tow Car

Howard Johnson and Max Loner with friends. The Bergen were Miss Sara Colqultt's cousins, n... MM strrtctwoi nee kor* tae .ror '.Mal. I JACKSONVILLE ......
week-end host recently to Dr. C. Mr. and Mn. A. S. Moye and riorldt Motor Lines'. RnwIoM bum son every pet IT. rmiumu USf
returned Monday from their I I: rM More with fro M t. donoddlo sclodilos.ssmg TAMPA a...
trip to New York. On the way I W. Thompson Mrs. Charles Parks KM Meg n>|oiri>lllr| of drMof. OCALA .. ..!.
home they stopped In Wrightsvllle and her daughter, Dorothy, Miss DATTOMA MAC ...S
Ga. to visit relatives of Mr. Johnson Margaret TIppett and Charles,5 Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Johnston IT. AUCVITINIJ _. MlLORIDAMOTORJINES
and to bring Mr. Johnson's Rheney--all of St. Petersburg I I have arrived from Texas to spend MIAMI ,.NO
their return from a trip to Key l month hen with Mr. Johnston'sparents .
niece. Jeannean Johnson to Homestead z era STATION Rs&
for a visit of a few weeks. West. over the new Oversea Highway ton. CoL and Mrs. H.W. Johns .low.... M*..1--.4 rr ".R..4, rMrNaHARRY'S Flar.Am. .

Miss Esther Livingston returned
Saturday from trip to New York Pete Lynn returned Friday froma Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Simmons
to attend a four-day meeting of three-week vacation spent visiting returned Wednesday from Ridge-
the National Educational Association relatives and friends In Seville, land, 8. C., after in absence of
several >.' A. JL aWlOIMIBBBBBM,
She drove through and was Fla. and Dothan, Ala. months.GLASSES
accompanied by Mrs. Nancye
'Rickard, science teacher of Miami -
High School and put grand TERMS
matron of the a X. 8. of Florida.In .
New York: the educators visited
I'ar.'fCZTO\ll. TEA
eommerelal studio to see and WEEKLY PAYMENTS
sound being made,
moving pictures Portable Electric aid Acetylene Welding Block
Cylinder ,
General Dentistry n
f 10 I* *. m. lATflDAT I Cylinder Heads, Aluminum Casting *M Boilers.

DR. C. IL DENBY Ames Hear! t a. so. U B n. rn.Snday Automotive MicLta Realrtnr'aterta. U garages In rearm
Osteopath PhysicianrtMcw by ayelntsealnonest caring touring and aligned riming connecting red] soaring

I toted drew mi w. Plaits and ..... and cylinder boring.
gvosomelead I Office M. Re. IM-R
r>.+i s-ius, Mist
Fla. HeasestsaaT, Fla.
|0oo, kWnt 9n* .Mo> I e

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Pae-e Six THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE :Friday; July 15. ld2S

I r I Social Events in South DadeMRS. II

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FLORA COMPTON IS INSTALLED """ MISS liAR KNESS TO BE day meeting in Royal Palm State
II The CalendarJuly PRESENTED IN RECITAL Park Tuesday A covered dish
Miss Shirley Harkness, daughterof luncheon will be served at noon.
1 IS W. M. S. mission Mrs. Ole Peterson of Princeton The members plan to leave from

Flora Compton was install lodge by Mrs. Goldie Wolfe and study clan at parsonage at 3 will be presented In a dance recitalat the church at 11 o'clock Tuesday
cd u noble grand of Liberty Re- Mrs. Gertrude Capllnger. Mrs. o'clock. the Margaret Bryan Studio In forenoon.
bekah Lodge Monday night Mrs Radford, also, presented all members July IS-Social meeting of Junior Atlanta at 9 o'clock Monday evenIng -
Hannah Moon, the retiring noble I of the staff with remembrances Woman's Club. I July IS. CROUP ENJOYS .
grind, wu installed at put noblt I July 18-Meeting of Homestead Miss Harkness ls now attending PINOCHLE PARTY
grand; Dr. Irene Shanklin. at vice A Bible, altar cloth and charter Business and Professional Wo- Emory University in Atlanta. Mr. and Mr*. Roy Chandler of
gran; and Mr*. Anna Meisenmlth,, drape were presented to the lodge men's Club in club building ate Florida City were hosts Monday
u financial secretary. by the F. L. and T. Club, and an p. M.July. MISS JANE OATLM HAS evening at a pinochle party.
The appointive officer, also,, emblemtlc serving tray was presented II Meeting of W. M. S. WEEK-END HOUSE PARTY Chicken pilau was served.
were IniUlled. Mn. Hilda Fox: to the lodge by Its maker. circles with Mrs. E. E. Atkinson atRoyal Miss Jane Gatlin gave a house Present were Mr. and Mrs.
Is warden; Mr*. Edna Strickland,, Dr. Irene Shanklin. Palm State: Park,
I party over the week-end at her Wm. E. Myers, Mr. and Mn. Chat
conductor; Mr. Janie McLean, Mn. Moon presented I gift to July 20 All-day meeting of home on N. W. Fifth street Her B. Clinton Mr. arid Mn. Harold
musician; Mrs. Florence Pacettl, each of the officen that had served F. L. and T. Club at home of Mrs. guests were Miss Helen Thompson Sheffield, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd

chaplain; Mn Gertrude Capllnger, with h.r.Committee. Edna St.rlckland.July Mill Jeanette Howery and Diets, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Bishop
right lupporter to the noble grand; appointments were 23 Princeton Playground Mill Ann Davis, all of Miami. and. Mr. and Mrs. Chandler.
Mr*. Marjorie Beattle, right supporter announced as follows: Resolution, Association fish fry from 5 to 7 Miss Thompson remained to
to the vice-grand; Mri. Mrs. Wolfe, Mn. Blanche Chap- o'clock.
spend this week with Miss Gatlin.
J. R. Hickson will enter
Motile Wlngat, left supporter to man, Mn. Pacetti; finance, Mn. Aug. 3 Meetings of W. M. U.
the vice-grand; M.... Nellie Mul- McLean, Mn. Beattie, Mrs. Fox; circles. tain the members of the Young
W. M. S. TO MEET WITH People's Society of the Homestead
luu Inside guardian; and Mn. Flower, Dr. Shanklin, Mn. Cap-
!MRS. ATKINSON IN PARK Presbyterian Church at dinner at
Com Cell Crinold, outside guar linger, Mrs. Radford; by-laws, MRS. IRWIN GIVES
Mn E. E. Atkinson will entertain her home In Naranja this evening
dian. !VIrs. Capllnger, Mrs Chapman, SWIMMING PARTY ]
the W. M. U circles at an all at T o'clock.926M .
The installing staff consisted of: Past Grand Master Hugh G Beat- Mn. Frank Irwin gave a
District Deputy President Thelma tie, visiting, Mn. Compton Dr. mini party at the .wlm-I,
Radford, Deputy Marshal Ethel I Shanklin, Mn. Chapman, Mn. I Monday evening for members of I
Culm, Deputy Warden Ethel Van- Moon, Mn. Mullins, Mri. Carrie the Junior B. Y. P. U. After the
decar, Deputy Chaplain Alma I tfcCullon.Mri. ,
I :water sports, the children j
KloppeU Deputy Secretary Mary I Chapman was made degree a wiener roast and games.Present .enjoyed I
J. Steward Deputy Financial Sec- I captain.Ice were: Carol I '
retary Martha Nlckcrion, Deputy tea and cookies were servedat guest of the union, Ann and CathIerlne liE.DIXIE DRUG
Treasurer Minnie King, Deputy the close of the meeting. Shackleford, Geraldine and ,
Musician Barbara Henry, Deputy Present besides those named Vynell Shepherd, Fay Pierce, Homestead Florida
Inside Guardian Rachel Witt and were: Mn. Anita Canning, Mri.Brand Tune Vann, Madene Gilmer, Mil-I
Deputy Outside Guardian Cora Mr. Witt, Mr. Rullo, and dred Greer, Catherine Dixon,
Raise Steward Ntckenon of Coconut Mary Radford, Elaine King, Joyce
The Initalllng officers from Grove and Ralph Moon, Claus Cheshire, Billy Vann, Rufus Ash-I

Coral Rebekah Lodge were presented Qrinold, C. T. Fuchi and Mr.I by, Bert Henry, Alfred Saunders '!;i BUY AT OURLOW 1 PRICES Lord Baltimore
with gift from the local Beattle. Arnold Mcllwaln and Lynn Irwin.i

WHITNEY BEAM IS and Mn Polk and Mn. S. L. West Dr. and Mrs.-H. S. Wolfe will)I Try our Good Ice Cream PORTFOLIO

HOST AT PARTY offered prayer. entertain at dinner In their horn'
Whitney Beam was host to a! Mrs. R. E. Edwards, the president this evening, Mr. and Mrs. Sam I Made fresh daily *
group of young people Friday presided during the business J. Davis, Mr and Mn. Joseph' 39
evening at a get-together and session. Elder and Dr. and Mrs Carl'
dance.A I Present besides those named Scheffel of Miami MSKu.ttbnbpw..
sandwich course was served. were: Mn. J. Tom Vann, Mn. T. Eat lunch with us. Our .
E. KIrby, !Mri. Jennie Smith and I
The guests Included Mill Helen for "rlil>ftariot
Mn Waters. Sandwiches will please sow
Thompson and Miss Anne Davis DR. R. S. AKERSDENTIST 11 tmliei."two ;,
of Miami, Miss Jane Qatlln, Mill MRS. RUSSELL HORNE I ,
Bat bars Done, Mia Moaely Sever, ENTERTAINS CLUBMn ] weft /00 e -
Miss Betty Bowen Carl Dedon, Russell Horne hostess asked+ t I 1I
Jr.. Archer Smith Charles Elehtm- was [ 35
to the Wednesday Bridge Club this Office Hours: I a. M. to 5 p. n. / ; CREAM I
berger, 1
Tommy Brooker, Rufus dLE7fLargetub. .
Sullivan and Edwin Lawrence. week. The high score prize was Sundays 0 to 12
won by %ra. Geo. M. Sonnlchsen
Closed Saturdays
and the second prize, by Mn ah'pmt9 fI
KLENtO'' ,
Curtis Monroe.
Free Parking Space ,
AT SHIMMING POOL The others present Included: S Witch Hazel'cl1 .
Members and friends of the Mrs. Paul Reynolds, Mrs. Hubert 1764 N. W.3STH IT. MIAMI '

Wesley Fellowship Class of the Nichols, Mrs Geo. D. Ruehle, Mrs PHONE S-SU1 25 da ale ises... /M( 5 c13"t see lei .1T II
Homestead Methodist Church enJoyed Claude Campbell, Mrs. Gordon Welksoft. ., J i .d .
a swim and a picnic supper Ivey, Mrs Richard Huff, Mn. J. t
at the municipal swimming pool i I D. Perkins, Mn. Orln Smith and
Monday evening. I I Mn. Robert Glenn, Jr I ,5'Arilr e v Needle-point k't "!: ...

Thoae present worst Mr, and DR.M. A. BERGER Razor Blades SHOSA4 ..
Mn. Lloyd field and daughter, Mrs. J. R. Brooks took Teenle ; 1
Robin, Mr. and Mn. Carl Field, and Betty Torbert and Lena Belle 0 A,
Mr. A. S. Moye, Mill Mary Mc- Bonds of Goulds and Novella Jenkins DentistFirst I9E91 69
Neill Miss Helen Moye, MIN Sara of Miami to Miami Beach for belaa,. 4

Colquitt, Mill Helen Colquitt, a picnic: Wednesday National Bank
Miss Antoinette Moye, Miss Sue
Moye, Fred Sweet, Roy Nelson Bailing guy ypureac.tlon .SCIUPTIONS < 'N
Rearing seeds at our,ro... '01'C1U Every pre.crlpUen.Ilied P'
and Landon Hlckson.W.
Minister: "Can you count, my Mosey... *"" fresh .
little man?" Office Hours 8:30-4:30 ,..,."t.., DRUGS <* potent
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M. U. HAS PROGRAMON Lad: "Yls, I c'n count- Open Evenings: by Appointment

SOUTH AMERICA Minister: "Well let me hear how .
Mn T. D. Plche, Mn. Julia far you can count"!
Polk Mn W. B. Myrick Mrs. S. Lad: "One, two, three, four, a.a
L West and Mrs C. R Blggen folve, six, siven eight, nine, tin,

gave talks on Baptist minion workIn jack, queen, king."-Drum Major.' ... South America at Wedneiday's
meeting of the W M. U. In the 'You look all In, BIll What's the I I i 1 1I ; BIGGEST RAZOR BLADE 5III
First Baptist Church of Home- matter?"
stead. "Well I didn't get home till I f

j Mrs. Frank Irwin conducted the after daylight, and I was just undressing We" ftlvflr VALUE EVER OFFERED ::
program and Mn. Irwin and Mn. when my wife woke up : "J
Polk gave an account of the gold and said. 'Aren't you getting up
genuine E
en Jubilee meeting In Fort Lauderdale pretty early In order to save an
last week. Mrs. Geo. A. West argument I put on my clothes and EUGENE Permanent 4PROBAK 10"Ii 'w
conducted the devotional and she cam down to the office."-Exmice's "i
jlds..iilo .awn-.Lori .
t '" bas. lassies: ,-. Wi sk*
e.a.......tee_. I
Beauty Shop M eWs ale IM e e ffc* Q ( e Youl get Utter sa vas for your money V
y '.. de *....In ,Buita* youaakfortrobekjr.Whytakecheoceayou
: I assts wiz gaa.tae...... can have the known quality: of then J
11-14 nleCmy Arcade Allen Bab .% OwMMp rmtorThcrmlquc ....... a.... "rise your t world-famous blkdea, at this roaidimly low j

...ir Iii sha ..... ddt price Only 1M for 4 double edge blade.y ..
CroqU14nolc drat ......,.''- eat (MSWBush's > e a package front your dealer today.PROBNK .

.. Permanent Waves -...... I.I. (

fej fast ",..._---_ ease Oil W teas Weed __ 'T."
MI .( T.M. wood ... Barber Shop, 1 ri
: II." .M use CM4IHMW: .__ 116,40 .. /
Laser RhusiirM Tint -SI rinell Cenawtle & Beauty Parlor h i 4
TSLITNOill ....w i
Mist, anus BMW*. (,seater; ,


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Friday, July_ 15, 1938 .THE LEADER. ENTERPRISE Paw Seven


,I of Miami, Florida, .bolas a tuhdhrlaMa CLASSIFIED ADS
AFPyrATIOtl of She Kutltalf fE)' t of Nestle_: .11
Quartor > of ........ ill
...two I74IT-Atto ef ..... rib Mill at ttaip
,..... k ktreky ... that Inflames and taw South Rom.. 41 tott, /
j : THEATRE HoubKRePan
.J 0. Bkwkmer. wife 4k kuuend. koldrnj Flat thortaf *mrod ,. Flat RATE First tauMrtlon 104 a line; subsequent Insertions
M, of the Public Kooordt af Dado,
..... and County Tax Cwtlfltata NN .. S'a line
...... the lit day of Aunrt. A. D. COCONUT GROVE I I County, Florida.ALVfLDA tAMDS Wntd. ,
,' "'. haw IM lame In my off In, and kavaappllraliea ,
mode for a UK dead to ka to. IbUnee Saturday and S nd I, Al Qntrdltl of the ahonHMmtd xCLARENCE .

... tho.... Bald' Ctrtlflcatt...... W. MKL8ONAttantr : FOR RENTFOR LOST
y ZOo U i p m.Sh for rMMdanta.
,,'the followlnadttcrlhed pmperty In the Jews IT. II July I, a. llNOTICB >
> County af Dado. Bute of Florida Wait t I
I, Blork 14 In BetUm ... Teww.II .w* 1 and I Po met Adm. RENT 10 acres scarified LOST Small Masonic pin. Finder -

South Ranat 41 Ea tT containing OF IAn OP TAX CERTIFICATES pine land, $10 per left; also finest please mull to bits W. H.
J ktrtl stow or km. Plat Book B, pan
n the County of Dadt. State of Florida. Sunday Monday Tuesday Applkallon "'.. till marl potato and tomato land Eason. Prlnct'ton.
'M __.1 af laM r-raptrty under NotlM ta knvby linn that Robot Inarakam on E. Campbell SL F. M. Dolan
If.... Hid ttrtlflsate. Issued was la the came July 17, 18, I. I hat filed with mt ..- tee_
f mall Unknown that tho Ui tortlflMtat anther with .11 1817 Granada Coral Oablea. WANTED

L Unless mid etrtlftcate shall bt yadtemtdeetordlac Carey Grant. Katharine subsequent omitted or lee'" tuv la.rludtM Telephone 5897.. (Jyl5-aS
to law. the Property dturibtdthtrtln burn In the ytar I I U, hold ky tkt state
will kt told U the highest bidder kt adnrtbtd and told to the I..la*III kiadtr > TUTORING WANTED high

I at the Court Houtt door an the tint Man..day "HOLIDAY"Wednesday. for nati ai ........... ky Chapter l tM.af FOR RENT Good, alee roomy School and Erode School ubjeet
the month nf the lost Asa tf the UtttlaUra, upon
ta August "'. which
;(to day of Aiwutt IMH. rkt folluwlnt d rlkt4 roil I estate In the apt Cool, well furnished. Sum- Mr*. H. J. Armstrong A. B,

,:e"-h Itnd day of June, IMI. County of 0.... sate of FlorMa. ...wIt, mer rate, reawnable Ask at Plummer drive and Country
E. B. LIATHKKMAN. ThuradayJuly I :' of HH WU of 8WK Boa.
. Clerk of Circuit Court, SO. II U It. "at". Rama 40, toalaln-. Western Union. (my27tf) Club road.WANTED .

;.'. Dada County, Florida. Ins nuns more or Itta Tht awns ta

i<'(Circuit Court soul) Tyrone Power FreddieBartholomew kt told art Settlements ky Certificate )Ie.Ie" FOR RENT Furnished apartment Painting or carpentry -
T n. kt rt n of lost and represents tumors for thtytara
C.Jun. .
'. ( 24. July 1. IL 'I6) IMI to nil both ,Induiln, ._." Summer rates Mr, C. work. Price reasonable. Cor

In Ins ta Ml 14.Nol R. Bigger. 104 N. E. 2nd aft. bet Smith, Dor. 4th St. and lit
of BW14 of NF.V of *WH Ito.
NOTICE: or BAIB or TAX CERTIFYAppllrittta I ales M. TowatkTp 11. Ramm 40. seenan (my 20 U) Ave. at reirldeiMW. of W. B. Flowers -

CATIK "Lloyd of London"Friday Only I ecru moro or htta The taxta to nt Homete (tf)
,. N., 1114Nolle : told ara orldtMtd ky Certificate, No. I4DMof FOR RENT Furnished apt.
.to .hereby clean that Llllll B. loss and rtvnttnla taati.for the ytanItll ,
MitUwwt, Aient of the Owner k.. filed Saturday I to Itll, both taolmlvt.. ......" gig downtown. Summer rate till WANTED Ta exchange painting -

, with KM written requeit that the tax etrMfltatai i I to l...,.. Sept 1. See Henry Behreni or carpenter work for lot.
tonlhar with all subsequent emit.tod July 2*. U Lot 11 Midway. Tkt taxes to W told
or .knkd Mix including poor Ila8.! May Robaon I I art evidenced ky Certificate No Mt ol or Benj. W. Morrli. (mlSU) Address Leader-Enterpriae Bon
.hew. ky UM state kt advertised and told Utk Tommy long and roprtoMta tavti too the room OM3
In"Adventuree IMT to IMI, both 1..1..1.... anHMnllnil : FOR RENT Furnished
o > .,.h... bidder for catk u provided ky apartment -

Chapter 1MM, upon of the the following IU" Acts deterlktd of tooLtiltlatwe of TomSawyer" ,l to laid$700.tas ttrtlflratoa tonthtr wild nil I clean, all convenience WANTED Lilting of houses

Oval Saint. la UK county of Dodo, State subsequent emitted or .belled. ta>ol will I Also\ furnished house, :2 bedroom and apartment for rent. Henry
kt told to the kltktit bMoVr. at the Court
of Florida, to-wlt all electric. Mr*. Eva Col- Behreni b Ben W. Morrla N.
of '* of 8WU of BIU of IE* Rouen In Miami on the Both day of July ). ,

..2. 18. Township; 7, Ranit U, ton- Abe starting new chapter ItM. kwlnnlni at the hour of tea o'clock. lln. corner Biscayne drive and Krome avt., north of 10-cent
mention. I I aerw nor or hot. Tk taitebt A. M.. or ai looa thereafter aa the aamimty 1
"Flamliur Frontiers"LEGAL Federal highway at Modello. tore D4. (alt-t()
.. told an ..I........ kr Otrtlllcata No. kt n.ch.d. In duo ooonoDatrd ; phone
Mlt af Itl and represents lain for the at Miami. Florida this the
.... tl to U", both 'Imitative, ._nto day of July ItM.I FOR SALE
In to ....II. NOTICES i I t. n. LEATHCRMAN.
', Lot I Block. I Diamond Park. The tan Clerk Circuit eo.... Buy a Home
10> rld mood kr Certificate& N.y Dada County, Florkla. FOR SALE Second hand Frlgidalre. -
(.:of'IIO"and npnaanU tuol for UM. ds of Juage 1118a111. (Circuit Court Roil 1 Good running condition. Duy Grove Land
J".Man 111 U 11'". both Inclusive, amount- R. By JNO. D. c.
Class Clerk Circuit (Published July *. U. It IMI fO. $20. Inquire Leader-Enterprise. Buy Glade Land
D.... County.
= U (wrMfloaUa tontkw with all)
omitted or lr M taxes will besold 4Clroslt" Court BeallBy NOTICE OF APFIIOT1O1T FOR TAI FOR SALE Tropical plant, clt- It I* my firm belief thai high r
to the hllhort bidder H the CourtNotes DEED:
I. Miami oo the tit day of A mount, (PuklUktd July I, (. la, IWI.) Flit imiI rut trees and tropical fruit in er price are imminenlDon't

inn .beginning at the hour of too tlock i I Notice It htrtby gives that Franrkl aeaion. Jungle Grove RedUnd quibble about price.
tt-A. M., or a s men thtnaftw at the Him NOTICE Or Stalls TOF TX H........ holder of City of Miami Tit I
way kt mashed In due count.Ilab4 r; ": >M Numbered 111, tlrn, not, road and Plummer drive. Don"'all.,

e at Mliral. tlurlaa, this. the 12th Application N. MMNotlM I i, imi, mil. imi loom, loon Buy now
*r of 1.1,. iun. to bombs given that Alaila. SM$4 and 10101. dated the lat day ofrmbrar.
t, .,, *, Y.: B LEATHERMAM.f Kononoff kai flit with mt wrlttta June. A. D. loss. h.. filed. Said Cortllio LEGAL NOTICES I You'll thank me for this *uggeillon 1
Clark Clrrult Court tkat UM ta ".'" mire I. my o/flco. mad how nude ,lf...
D... County, Florida. with all subsequent omitted or .levied I ton for tax heed atee "-". In nee and *H of III:". station' II. Tnwmhlp 14. a few months henre.H. .
\Wlro.lt. Court Mall 1, Including th. year lest Mil kr the moM.. will .... Dow Certificates Kaaa 40. containing, 10..*. aim more
JNO. FENNO. D. O. .kt advertised and told to the hfehttt" the following described .pmnert I Tht ax" hr told art .,!. A. Cameron
,\IRpttll.h.d. July 18.B 92, 38: Isis. dtr for cash u provided b, Chaplar situated, In Dado Count Florida, to-wlti dn.\, nrtlflnu. N':. MOT of I int and
uf the .IU7 Arta of the LatUmtura/ Lot II, Block Cwt, Plat rrpnttnU tew for time years Iran to
the followlni described. real Saab In Hook 10. pan M In the City ot 111_" I 1186. .both InclMlvt.. amonnllni to II4IT.71. --
. NOTICE OF SALE OF TAX CERTIFI. (ountr of Undo. RUM of HvrUa. ...-. County of Dad.. State of Florida, .. em. Saw tax otrtifnalti tunthtr with all LEGAL NOTICES
. 1 CATKSApplltatlea NU Lot 4 Kork T........ TV Ux. hr.eed In Certlflc-at. No. III. The emem.,I subsequent nmltttd .or Itvlod team will
"' .. 1914Muttot bt toMar* ..lo.nectl by rrrtlfl..tt under the hr sold to the highest kMdrr. at the Court
I ;,1t1-:
", .to hereby same that T. B. lion. 1117 of INT and Unk": Was '" the *""*Real' Hoes In Mhunl. on the lAth day of July.. Weak for four eonttcutlo. wtoka In thn. .
ntw, Agent of Model Land Company, kmfllnl the roan 1M to ::r-"h:: r", lees. .beginning at the .hour of tan unlock Ltaatr-EnlorprlM, Dodo County FlorhltJ

with mt written request that thetex.A.odfloasut ...ou.U... Lot I 1. Block 1. 11..... Tkia Ctrd.n.1: A. M. or M won thereafter u the ..... na I*. 7.It.
: I teRMher with all lubte. said tax tortlWut anther with Rittntton. Plat Bank 4. ". In the .., kt resulted I* dw aoana.Dated B ATHtMAN..
] or beyond tow Including lubiaaunt omitted or tevfcd taaat City of MI..... County oTll.i., Sat of at Miami. Florida 04% the at Clark of the Clrrult Court

' the peer tale, held by the State kt ad.wrtl.ed ho amid to the kKkttt bidder at the tha'I Florida, .. _....... In Certificate No. I I... of I...... ..... .1 (Omit Court Mai)
' I and told to UM bassinet bidder for House In Miami oa the llth day of J The aittiment of amid property, F. B. I.EATIURMAd: By M. IWIFT Dm'.Iy' Clerk
! cook w provided by Chapter issue, of the law. beginning. at the bow of ton '.. the uld OerUfttnti .Hood wen I.;' Clorb Circuit Overt, RRNMT P. ROBF.RTH
, 1UIT Aot. of the Legislature upon the A. ..., ors loan thereafter H the of Unknown I r Dads Ooanty. FmrMa.J oltoltor toy rlalntlff
Ihi."I ". l". linn)
followlni desecrated real I estate In the (Joy I. lfi .1.
mar .bt roarhtd In due oountUattq I. Burna Vista lanl.nl K.. (Circuit Court Stall _
County of Dadt, State of Florida, towltlMF.ti at Miami Florida this the ... .... riot Book I. pun IM. In the 1 By JNO. FBNNO. D. C. I II
) of NK<4 and NK ot SET* Section day June. ISIS : of Miami./ : County of Dndt. State of I MPubl.htd I July 1, r. II. 1MHI) NOTICE OF AI'PI H 4.TIIIN FOR TAI
''', 14 Township U items ft The tuxes to 'H, R. I.KATHKBMAN. ii embraceil I In Certificate Nn. !' I DEED
\ tukl art evidenced. ky CartUtoate No. Circuit The of Fjto I M1KOTTft
Clerk atMttment laid
4tM (ILhi"o W HfllKllY "I't H
of 1KI2 .nd represents Unit for Dodo County, r mid Ctrtlflcat .loiiitd was In'' DEED .
too yean Itll to I... both Inclusive M. Rtlur. holds4 n.v f "City tfIlllUlh
of Unknown I
(Circuit Court goal) [ Chapter 17117 Acti W MIL Flit A-ltll .
. 'f..ll Tai Cerllfl.nl, 1"n,I l'I I Ills.
Reanimating $144.00W ,.,
joy nlO. FflNNO.: D. I I II, DRY VI.U Park Plat' Notlco. to htrtliv given' that Edn. J,.w, II
1117 HIM. tllll ll'n nil 11'1 I I'ltd the
i I i Section is. lownililp II, Range ... Nolo 6. 47.
(Published July I. K. 15. 1770 < pair1 In the City. of Miami. Akin holder of gut 4) County Ti> Cr.tlflcalc .
IH day July A 11"1 1 I I. Miri ..Id
IMtalnlng UO acres, more' or "":'. ."." ,,f Hade mate of Florida, ..... "
.. :'rJ'lN' : ai No 4014 )I. "r,0 the lit day of .
Yon to kt told tTldtnetd ( TAllII'iiOOL-lltaTRICT i ,,. I'. rllfl"i '" In mr fri' n nol 1 ....I.
art by In
SPECIAL LrUrloato No. ItTl. The ... A.. .., A. D
i 1027 lens filed mere 'In my '1',11., .11" for I .. d... .i I 1 ,ihrn "nI. '
Mt 4761 ,
[ lull and
ii of
fixes m nt mid
represents DADS FI.ORIDA property under the now 0111... hu made .
and turn
application ins .
: NltKyU In aci-urdinct ,rlth'Iw, 'I.I, .)rrtifl
Wr the ,.... l PS '
l to llll, both Incluiln Issued
... was la the name ot Un.
,r ( to $191.90. ,1\I. 'bids will rer.ltedluntil =: I dale to kt bound Ihrrcon Bold Cortirii'aU rtttt tmkrnop the 1.,11.. ." "w 01 wnM.d.
'14 opting S.l.d ho I TTt"t omknutt the fallnirlni dttcrlbtd _rl, properly, .11...... In F>n.l.. I u.1.. hurl,,,..
SW\ .
Iwo .
8 A. F Rwy Section ,,,'I.. k. P. M., July 10 11IH by the Block M Hay Vtoto Park I I In the County of Itadt, sate of Florida, to-will
y I Townihlp (I. Ram 40, oontalnU of "Public Initructlon for Dad '''. : ', Plot Book 6. pan 71. la tke1 to-wlt, .
kfciold U.47 lorn more ur Uaa. Thi, axes to Florwo. In care of tilt uinltnltinod at : ; of Miami. County of Dads sate 11:I Lot 1, III.... i. moral_ Htliiht. Plat 1. lot In the 11 CRy Block nf I Win H>!m nr! "':' l> HINnrrkvoe.,

[*OH tall are evidenced and prattnti ky Ctrtlflcate Use for 6f.of the.. IRS office bonds(In Miami.of Special Florida Tai, for School the ', ::;.d.. The u emhr.re.1 assessment In ot'I'I ..property No. I Book Butt I of*. pin Florida et.: In the County of D.... ,: HUH of Ftwlaa. .. ...niltt .n..1.. I'n, JtrUTI-

.. No. Ill*. Th. .. nl .01 Mid
II" 10 1188, both Inclwln. amountill- No. D of Dade County Florida .. the Mid' Certificate Issued was 1.1 The aiirtamtnt of laM property under'' o.
bt 1181.... h. p..rty ..nd,, i r u. ,1." 1 -. e-4
t I In name of Unknown.IM .
May I. IM7. maturlm on May the soldt1ficalr Issued. wu In the name I. lid r 1' 1.H.
name ? '
.hId tax .rtlll..100 topethm with without" t. Block I. Blltmore, Plat was
option Book 4
.hereinafter ,
luted oft Unknown. .
...... yean : Lot ''I. Block I. N..lo. 'u i 0.a.No. .
... iy
.t .mlu.-d or.old l..jocI ./ ., I In the City, of a
,. Miami.
oath. /ICmrt prior .all County I Union mid ctrtlflrat .hall kt rtoWmcdcaordlni i, In the Oily "f Hlnleih ,'. ot
to the h..t bidder 10.000' neutral Refundlnc' Bondl .... State of FlorMa .. tmbraotd In : Uj law the propnrty wHcrintdtkCT.lt I anti
Moms In Miami, on the let Mr of August turing $ .- IM*. ".000 140 to .... )I.. "'". The ante.m. il will "kt told to the highest bidder / Dado, state> of IWIda. an embraced laCorllflaate
1 1... fill Tht af
'''H. beginning al the hound ... o'clock ... mid the : i ae un.nl
'",.I..tvo. 11.010181 to 1MO. property under mid' certificate al the Court bows door an the flint Mna. Mid under the leM. Oertirlrtlttotted .
A. H, or at soon thereafter at the ..... lacrwrvt.Dtnomlnttlon "- woo la the noma of Unknown. property
and ".000 IMI to IMT. day la the month of A watt, IMI which .
war bt _.... la duo ....... 11.000. BrlMHml 1 Lotl, Hltck I l.SalnlJ.nMa Park: Amend: to the lot day of August IHJ.Datod wai In the name nt v..__.
i Lot 17. Blork 1. nemtaem CHy. RM, No.t. .
. Dated at Bl.ml, Florida, this. the lith emUannual) Internet at 4% per ;'. Plat Book 4. paws 41. In the City of thin Mud day of J.n., 1111.B. I In the CRy of Hlaloak. Bonn, tf Dade;
day of Jute U". .' state ; Forlda
(M and N 1) payable In York u embraced In B LEATHr.RMAN state nf Florida. teihnttd In Ortlfl.rau ..
: s: B. LEATBERMAN general oblliutlono. bonds payable. .... 1>10. IIS7 The _...nt i Clark of Circuit. Court, No. ill*. The m antmaiiiit of MMproptrty
d Clark circuit Court aa unlimited tax to be Itvlrd upon mid proptrty under the laid Certificate County, FlorIda
1 IIi! Dada Covaly, F........ Usable proptrty (.Intludlni eeme.>.*. ) ....... woo In the name of Unknown. (Clrtult Court BrillDuds) under. the mid Ctrtlflrau. Mod
ta the tf Unknown
RNClrou16 Court that I) the bond will kt )| Lot |. Block 4. Elwood. Court. Plat was Now
within the Dbtrlet: Book By N. O. fTEP.RanT: D. C. Let II. Block. 1. Stmlnoto City let x...
Br JNO. r.NO. D. 0. llvered t In installments prior to April pan 11. In the City ef Miami County Uuna 14. July 1, *. 15'NOTI ) 1 I. In the City 1 HI..".. Cennly of Paolo
Published. ,
\ July II Ill, II, lose, In luck amounle and at tuck Dido. sate of Florida. u emkraetd la Stab of
at may be earned. upon with the ...... ..... No K>o... The at..mnitnt ( Ill*FlorMa.. The aa Resentment embrtrtd ot In MM CertlfteatoNo.
NOTICE or It may at dttermlntd by tkt Board : Said property trader the Sow Ctrtlflcato To Whom It bon Contraries This b tore" prop
. or SALE OF TAX: CERTIFI.CATK8 -, waa In tht name nf 1 I my under the Mid Certificate I totued woe
Public Inttrttlloai delivery al place Unknown. notkw that from thto data forth Iwill In the" nf Unknown
........ L* 1. Block 4, Elewtd Curt Plat not ka rtapoailhla for any .... ai. mann. .
Application N. IMI Let I'. Hlock I. Nematode' City .... Woe
"TooTward of the bond will bt (, pin 11, In the City of tkoja .
Notice Miami. mop aontracltd ky myarlf.LANUUN
b hereby given l that E. L Culp of I I 1. ta the" City 01 Hlaleak. County ef lie*.
has filed with mt writtta rttjutat that by the Board of Public Inttnirtkm to Dade luu rf Florida, ai tm. CARNET ass ef Ftorida, M .........d ta llvetfiicos
lid lax, atnlfkataa together with all bidder making the moat advanuneui In CertlflceU No. lOunl. Th.j (May 10, '1. Jon I, M. 17. 14. July" 1. No. I1M, TM __I of MM'
which will ha determined by the ee.ment of Mid property under the I. is II'. .
MkHqutnt under lid Mid
omitted property Certificate land
or levied taut In.rladlni
In IM absolute and eatoatrolled '- Certlfke.1 hawed. wai /U the
tat Poor IMa, hold kr the atom :; Unknown In the same tf Unknown
W advtrtuvd The approving opinion monolith I'IItCIII COURT OF Till Lot M, Block. I. Brmlnola loa ....
Rod City.
saw to tkt highest bid.
...... Lot 6. O.u'i BuhdKtobn. :
will J1:1IVIIIITN '
> Mitck.ll. Now fork City, kt Plot : JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 01' .
r for sash I. In the City of 111.1. .. County of Dado
at Provided kr Chapter 1MHV
ae purchaser. pan 14. In tat" City ol Miami. TOO STATE 01' FLORIDA 'N ANn
1 Ih. IMm'l stood nf Florida
IMT Artt of the Legislature, aping I", at tmbraetd In CertttteatoNo.
latest of
In POll
Hit little mun bt tniHUed k tealrd Floridi. nt took DADS COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. .
llll. The
following amraimint MM
described tool I Htatt la the prop.
Count ... marked "Prop..d for Bonds No. IMI4. The NO. 9342L law
of arty under MM Certirtrate assumed
Dodo State of Florida to-wlti' ." sold proptrty under the Ruth wan
tries N. and kt acmmpanled ky nail Morton, Plaintiff Frank
Lot In the of
I Ilk name Unhaowa.UatoM .
I Htlma Bud
The ta
was ta the et Juerph 11__
..rllfld' ahtik upon an Incorporated nanw Vnknewn Defendant,
kt told ... evidenced kr ttrtlflout. No. Lot MM Certl'."... shall kt re.
1IW or arm company payable un..ndlllo. 17. Blork It. Lawrence 11:0.: ... tend OROCR FOR PUBLICATION ...mud
tf UM wording be law tan dud
and will
for the
rtpnttati taxes
to the order of the Board for 1411. Bubdlvtoloa Plat Book 2 To Frank Joseph Morton wkoM '
..... rtaMeate tout tkereon the
lose llll association Mt.IT, o1 en seth by of July. A.
check. will at forfeited to cold. DUtrlrl I*, ta the City Miami. County eV to unknown .
aid. D. IMI.Dated
tai ttrtifkaUt. with all tubttqiitnlanttud the bidder ... .. BUM nf Florida, .. _h Ten
lleulrftttd damages hy to In are kerekr Notified. tad required to
or ..... this lHh any of June. A. D. IM*.
tana will kt told U ..... Ma
the bonds may be awarded ta the .. WM4. The .me.Reems uPPcof M
the highest bidder kt the Court Houtt la 'ZffjLTsssrjzz ft .. LKATHERMAM.flek .
01 the boo-rtrformans d its" 0. now ""I'r.u.. sow "' '' wuee ".. .
Miami: an tkt IMfc dar af July IIH. ko> his no right so nJo t all hIM :" an the name nf Vek.=. or ....... the '.. door d Amount. Ill.atAamribs Garrett Cowrt
laalat at the boor of I..bck A. M, ::. V.... MM certificates Dado County, Fhtuta.
op thaU be re. the .1.. ........ 1 mid. bill will (ClnuH Court .
at low thereafter aa the" same mar btMaoktd JAMES. T, i itWrttary ....' nmirdliBl to .tow tai deed will be Saba* naa/w yot s .mf e/ed._ Santa
la due r By H. 0. B. n.
atwua..O.ud of Board of Public t MreM am the lour day ef "am Ovelamer 0-4 be .
al ._.. Florida, tkb UM Both Fnklfciktd July .. I*. legal i D. ION.Defeat vow"" man a tJnae IT. 14. July I, I. II)

than Oth day af July. A. D. '....
b n.t.o.atntnnrruoa.. st'osn.rs M turn cotnrrr Jitm.r E. B. LRATMERMAM
IM AND FOB DADS COUNTY, cheese of circuit Cent

1BA. Ma. M1. ...... Curt Re.1)Ddt. County, Florida.by .
PLUMBINGWork ... tkmrdlamklp W 6oom Smooth Rte. ,
La Made, 0. 4ma bsew N. ; 'TERRETT ia."i EDWARD STRING
= Lis Sand.! pod: 'avid :I i (J.ly A i. .. St. Ass. i. )

bond.. N/sew


OWNED: BT.NINOR4*. NO. Mil Real Estate General Insurance
Notice k bounce >/ oa bat I will Niles to htithy gloss that Dormer N.

to the incommode W. F. Blaatan, c- ..... ban flbal with mo wrlttta rtouttt
R. E. Reed ltc of Bado Coaaty Florida, at the tax certificates Weather with all
Cntmkora. .. Saw Coawt Hoes ". ___1 emitted or kn>... team _...
1 II...... ........ .. the lath day of :: the roar ItM, field by the auto bt ate NOTARY PUBLIC
BedUnd Ed. hut, South ./ A. D.. ItM, al ltt a'ttork A. .... and told M the ktn-kttt bMdor for
authorHy .t attt ml putirH twnta .. n prorldod kr Chapter HIM of the
Committal Palm DrIftJIIIw.d too aaoy. ..... Mwora and described Artt af the Lmi.l.tom. anon the
Palm A
Cor. and Florida Fla.
follows .._.... dttrrlhtd Wool oiuilt In tilt Conn. fe. City,
FourtM 1742' sod ties last. tf Dadt. ItaU -
t i ((1O'i'foot of Left Talrtaan lllIM i Gt>. Lot 4 aw1FWy law S4
Foal ((43 ot Crfeaaon'i Addition t* 1 SEK; B r. 1 fit)4) 1 Rtu0 ; -


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I Eight THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Friday, July 15,1938IN

Mr. and Mrs. Walton Dixon are
AND AROUND I spending. tin- week in Germantown -

Wtn Angellni returned Saturdayfrom Tomato
(Continued from Page One) Beaufort N. C.
O B Parker went to Key West Bananas .;
Thursday on business for the Florida Mary Margaret and Alton High Catsup
Milk Control Board, of which of Miami are visiting at the home
he li a member. of their uncle and aunt, Mr. and UNO. 3 Ibs.
Mrs. Rudolph Matteon. bottle 1 1 112c
Mrs. Jas. Fitzpatrick of Miami
and her daughter, Ruth. visited Mrs Frances Freeman of Homestead .
Friday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Cohernour and flU ..].t" .HJj I3c
Mi*. A. J. Campbell. MiN Kathleen Freeman will leave
Sunday for a visit with relativesIn
Mr. and Mrs. S. Q. Smith and West Virginia. ..
children, Carl and Jaunlta, returned *
Monday from Rlddlevllle Oa., J. H. Dixon la able to be out
where they spent I vacation with again after a six-week Illness Rts Deli FUMY SALE
relatives. They were!( accompanied -
home by Mrs. Smith1 brother Mint Llllle Chandler of Coral
Frank Hartley, who will spend Gables. H. Jones of Miami and
several weeka with them. I kin. Grady Green of Atlanta vis-
""',,... ted Mr. and Mrs. Roy Chandler
Phillip's Delicious
FLORIDA CITY Sunday. aiuvta soos.a.a,.,
*ft. +r, W. Berary. C rvegodeet I : Tomato Juice
t tk
Mrs. H. M. Brown and her son,
I Charles, accompanied by Mrs.Margaret ca '1 ,
In honor of their wedding anniversary Kennedy motored to ... *. 2 giant cans 15c
Mr. and Mn. Roy mom .1
Bahia Honda Wednesday to visit
Chandler were given I surprise 'friends.. The Browns formerly \PHILLI'S SOUPS 20-oz. can
chicken pilau upper July T by resided at Bahia Honda where Mr.
Spaghetti lOc
a group of Florida City friend
Brown was stationed as an em-
ployee of the I r. E. C. railroad.
Flits Schroeder received a telegram Phill i '. No.2 cans

death Tuesday of his mother.notifying him of the Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Baker, Jr.. VEGETABLE SOUP No. I C CORN
left Wednesday by motor car for 5 PEAS 3 for .
Jacksonville where Mn. Baker ASPARAGUS SOUP
Mr. and Mrs. Alonzo Lewis returned Mixed
Monday from a one-month stopped to visit. her parents while
vacation trip to California. her husband proceeded to Atlanta CELERY SOUP can :
on business. They will return each Lima :825c
Miss Gene McDsvtd Of Plant early next week. PEA SOUP
City arrived Wednesday for a visit
with Miss Bonnie Bell Myers. Mf.' and Mn. Warren Shanklln
arrived Tuesday from Los Angelesfor
Earl Rohrer of South Miami i three-day visit with Mr.
spending his vacation visiting hU Shanklin's brother and sliter-ln- Phillips Delicious 1 lb. canPORK Sc
parents,Mr and Mrs.John Rohrer. law,Dr. and Mrs. Lloyd C. Shank-
lln of Florida City. Mr. Shanklin
Grover Becker spent the week- ''II a motor officer on the Los Angeles 1
end visiting his mother, Mrs. M. ; police force. No. 2Y size
Becker, In Miami Miss Rosaline & BEANS
Becker, his slater, will go to Miami Two men were talking together 3 cans 25c
this week for two-week va- In the public library. Said one:
cation. "The dime novel has gone. I
wonder where It's gone to."
Miss Kathleen Freeman Miss The other, who knew somethingof
Bonnie Groover, Fred Chapmanand literature In Its various phases, Pillsbury Flour 20-lb. bag SSC
Earl Rohrer of South Miami I answered cynically: "It's gone to
motored to Key West Tuesday I two dollars and fifty cents"-Ex.

"11111""""'''''''''''''''''111111111 II III II Ii II Ii"IllIi 1IlI1 RICE, 5 lbs. 18c SUGAR, bulk, 10 Ibs ..u.. . 47c

: The REdlands: Cafe: MEAL, 5 Ibs. .1ge|Corn Flakes, Kellogg's, 3 pkgs. .16c
(opposite r. t c. Depot)
Under management of Min Ruth Steffanl and Mrs. Florence :
Remade .........
REGULAR DINNER goo PLATE LUNCH SM : 4-Ib.pkg.45c lb.

I u. S. NO.1 COBBLERS I:,!!' 26c

_POTATOES, 10 lbs.-.. 25c _

Osceola Gruber's PureStrawberry PINK

2'/ cans

2 for .. .. 29c 21-oz.jar .. 25c lib.can .. __ 12c

., ... Save the Coupons ,y I I FREE 1 I
fa 3 tall
Dr. Pepper

:f 51b.box..27c101b.bag.45c cans with

One man puts in-* 20c Wheaties2pkgs.25c

what the weather takes oullOCEANS ..;;- lei '
20 lb. bag. S5e < .
ol water biting Uastf. blistering tun-BO won
*root boeomM cracked and porous! Weathet
take out the essential wa1e-proofln and pre naII.,. RoIl Butter lb. 31c
db tram the best roofs over applied. la a low hour. and Fryers, Ib. .- 35e; Hens.lb..30c
at little coat one man with a brush and a can, ol CarerJUbMtot
)fibreCoating com flirt'you practically a new toad CUDAIIY'S 6 to 8 lb. average
i sac Coot FkuM* ItoiaemUM easy peiansils.... law size LE SO
Ire Dewe PPeru=*-Iwo IlaIage tee.N per. IN as HAMS, The ..... ..... .. .. .. 29c ;J APS
==76"r maple pkO. *. I.. ...... eWfoUaff rm to la* leeiV

BROOKER LUMBER COMPANY Veal) Roast,boned and rolled,lb.29c !' H

t Telephone 62 Homestead, Fla.cWITI GOLD COIN
SUPER SUDS > '. 19c
Sliced Breakfast Bacon, lb. ...29c ttt arita ****** SMM8CTAC0N

.. SOAP* "
E1l, I ,'gl Boned and Rolled .swesattr

ASBESTOS 1 I Western Rump Roast, lb .___ 31c lee sup sae .!0 It noose s u:.!'1s.pkg.21C ;

FIBRE COATING Georgia Smoked Bacon, lb. ... 23c gCTAOONIDWDDl s II. 21c

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