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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: April 21, 1939
Publication Date: -1941
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
 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
notis - AKP5867
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System ID: UF00087294:00223
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Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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, VOL. XXVII-NO. 16 HOMESTEAD, FLORIDA. FRIDAY. APRIL 14. 1JW9! ; PRICE FIVE CENTS





I HOSPITAL PLANS READY TO PUSSCats ;I








Council Asks Probe 'WORK ON $45,000 STRUCTURE .: '




Of Lagging Library Work Nil BROUGHT STEP NEARER :





I SCALE OF PAY Redland District Contributes Trees i AS SPONSORS RECEIVE DATA 'j


For State's Display at World's Fair: --

DR. JOHN B TOWER Meet Scheduled Tonightto

ALSO IS UNDER The hedland District's contribution I spice tree, the phylnnthus\ averrhoa -') Make Arrangementsfor
to the Florida exhibit at the, carambole and golden sapote, Drive !
New York World's Fair was sent fruit trees. Col. Johnston said fair,; Money .I
yesterday from Palm Lodge Tropical officials had been negotiating with'i -

EYE OF GROUPSpeedUp Orove by Col. H. W. Johnston!him for several months for the $10.000 IS NEEDED

the owner. specimens and only two weeks] TO BUY EQUIPMENT
I From a list of approximately I ago decided upon the list to be

Fails to 500 tropical trees> and plants considered -I sent I Institution to Be Erected
Appear by fafr officials, five trees Col. Johnston furnished practically -
After 2 Masons Hired, were selected for the exhibit, Col I l all the tropical fruits for the I on Site Donated by

Mayor Finds Johnston said. They were the Florida exhibit at the Century of CommissionerThe
Arabian coffee tree, the hiscarla 1 Progress Fair at Chicago, as wellas

$1.50 AN HOUR HELD the Florida exhibit at Radio i proposed municipal hospitalfor
City, New York. Also to these exhibits Homestead moved a stop
TOO MUCH FOR MEN;M'CREARY CITES Cut Johnston sent 267 dif-,' e toward materialization yesterday ,

ferent kinds of jellies, preserved upon receipt of plans and snwltications J
Harris, Brooker Namedfor NEED OF HEALTH fruit and marmalades In glass jars for the $41,000 institution ..
Investigationof Col. J 0 h n.t o n's contribution'' by Dr J. A. Smith, leading
joins the parade of other Florida: advocate of the project.
Project I UNIT IN COUNTYA plants and trees to the fair, Dr. Smith will present the plans

and specifications for approval and .
Construction of the new library,' l discussion at a meeting of city officials
has not speeded. up despite the addition community can fix its own TOUR WILL END and citizens in theIty
of two $1 50( per hour, ikllled council
death rate by its attitude toward chambers tonight Also
tone masons, Mayor Tom Harris health Dr. A. B. McCreary, district PLANT SOCIETY'SAJMJALSESSION ways and means of raising $10,000to
told members of the city council
and county director for the I purchase equipment tot the
Monday night. I'Florida State Board of Health i, 4'HUNDREDS hospital will be diliCu&5ed. Prr,.-
At the fame time Councilman declared in a plea for the creation !I, ton B. Bird will be cliah-mn of
Henry Brooker, Jr., advanced the !, the )
of a county health unit at a meeting
opinion that SO( too
$1 was high a !
meeting of the Redland District '' The plant call for a one for the additional workmen
write ,
Lions Club Tuesday night |l I Members attending the 52nd an- PAY stone block structure, 170 fu-t >n
and asked the council for a reduc- I
One of the principal functionsof nual meeting of the Florida State length and 33 feet In width with a
tion. He pointed out that the city
already had spent approximately the health unit is to keep Horticultural Society at Hollywood 1 IS-bed capacity All equipment
will form motorcade and LAST RESPECTSTO end accommodations! will be ultramodern
a
records of all cases of disease,
$100 for this extra work and, in ;
visit points of Interest In the I and the departmentswill
view of Mayor Harris report on whether serious or trivial, and area ;
thus be able to make comprehen- south of Miami today. include I an obstetrical ward, a '
the project'i progress, has not DR. J. B. TOWER\
I On the the delivery room and
benefited by the step. live plans for eradication, Dr. I itinerary are Fair- an operating
McCready said. child Tropical Garden, the United) I room. Four bassinets will be 'm- t
The council voted to appoint 1 i !
States Plant Introduction eluded in the equipment
Mayor Harris and Mr. Brooker asa The address of Dr. McCreary 1 Mourning hundreds paid their I
The will
tat Chapman Field and the Subtropical hospital be located on i
committee to investigate the sit was part of the Lions' campaign Experiment Station here. last respects to Dr. John B Tower,''a five-acre tract on N. W. Flint
uation. I to arouse interest In the forma- veteran physician and civic leaderof ,
The tour will be the last item on' avenue between Thirteenth and
Mayor Harris told the councilhe tion of a health unit for Dade the convention program. | Homestead, at funeral services 1 Fourteenth streets, donated by
had visited the $22,000 project County. The drive was started a' Homestead members who have Sunday afternoon In the First County Commissioner James D.

three times since the working personnel -I: (Continued on faffr Five) I attended report the horticultural Baptist Church. The church lawwas n 1 Redd. The name of the liutitjiuon
had been increased but! crowded with those who could
and its will'De
superintendent
meeting highly successful, with
anj selected -
tailed to find any marked changefor not be seated inside. Near the
Will Address !i after construction I
Attorney attendance of more than six hundred '; begins,
the better. church, 125 cars, by actual count. Dr. Smith said
above that of last
-slightly
Townsend Club I
Addition of the two new work!: Monday year. were parked. I I The movement to erect a com-
authorized tt
men was by the council
Five :Redland District speakers Death came to Dr. Tower at 11:30' munity hospital was started six ,
at a meeting April 3, after Mayor Webster Wallace, Miami attorney I .
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o'clock last Thursday night at the months ,
I were on the program. They were ago with Mr. Bird see
Harris requested the body to take will speak at a meeting of the'I
Dr. George D. Ruehle pathologistat Post Graduate hospital where h chairman of the planning committee -
(Continued en Page Two) I Homestead Townsend Club Sundayhi '
I the Subtropical Experiment Station had been taken two days before In'a Shortly thereafter Mr. Bird
the .Neva.King Cooper School : S. J.. T.vnph. assistant hnrtl! critical condition. lie had been'' and Dr. Smith took the matter
R. II, S. Juniors Present I auditorium at z:3D p. m. I In ill health for last five
iculturist I at the station;: C J. Par- the yeah, before the city council which voted
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S. F. Matthews and John D. Wy-
Popular Play Tonight man, Sam J. Davis and Luther For his sympathetic and effectual unanimously sponsor the project
attended
song a meeting of the
I Chandler. work among the ailing and and place It in line for WPA
The Juniors of Redland High at Townsend Miami Clubs of Dade County I Among others who attended Injured for more than 29 years, Dr. approval, It the sponsors' share cl
Wednesday night.
School will present their class j were Mrs. W. J. Krome, Mr. and| Tower gained the love and respect the construction cost is raised by

play, "The Trail of the Lonesome Mrs. Charles Pope, Mrs. S. J.jot persons of all races and creedsin public subscription. Much of this
Pine,* this evening: at 9 o'clock. I Lynch, Mrs. S. J. Davis, Mrs. C. J.I Homestead and vicinity. H el already has been pledged.
Based on the book of the same STATE JOBLESS : Parman, Mr. and Mrs. RichardKinard ushered more than 1,400 babies l So far, approximately $8, 00
name which has been a "super-best I Lawrence Pope, William 1 I this district Into the world. 1,i has been pledged by citizens. Of

seller," the drama has been one UNIT OPENED IN j'H. Krome, J. R. Brooks and E. ; Funeral services were conducted this amount, ,GOO has been col-
of popular appeal on the stage as Ames. by the Rev. C N. Walker of So- lected and deposited in a special! .
welt as in both silent and sound At the meeting of the 10.1 crum, Fla., former pastor of the I (Continued on Page Two)
moving pictures. CITY HALL HERE Memorial Institute Dr.H. S. church. The present pastor, the

The members of the cast and formerly In; charge of the S Rev. J. E. Johnstone, was in
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one parla VIe) are tarring are: --r- I,Vl say Zlmeda Roberts, June Tolliver, the I Applications for employment, and,I chairman. (Continued on Page Two) I
young heroine; Charles Burr, Jack for claims for unemployment compensation NOW LOCATED IN
Hale, the hero, a young chap from are being received at the I
P. T. A. to See "Ferdinand the Bull"On I
the:North; Elide Saaej old Han, a branch office of the Florida State ,
mountain woman; Billy West Employment Service in the Homestead JIORNE BUILDINGFlagler f
t Outdoor at School
Uncle Billy Beans, a short, stout city hall. The branch was Stage Tonight
Continued opened February I. Applicantsare ,
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interviewed the morning until 3 o'clock In the dealer, has moved late ,
TilE WEATHER afternoon each Wednesday. Cyrus I dramatized by a seventh grad I In case of rain, the meeting will quarters In the Home building recently f
... English class of Homestead Junior be held in the auditorium of the
Wells
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King Cooper
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Mr Wells pointed out the service High School will be presented on automobile sales company.
Daft own baa listed approximately 19,000 the outdoor stage between the high C. J. Parman will explain the H. P. McDanleU owner of Fliwfler I
) April It it unemployed persons at the headquarters -.!: school and the vocational school plan proposed for financing a new Motor Co., said yesterday that :
April IS II at Miami for the benefit' at the meeting of the Homesetad gymnasium and a general expression the new quarter would afford

April 1. ._ U of employers.A P. T: A. this evening at S o'clock.I of opinion on the subject will ample space for display of the ,
.April 11 15 -I-. total of 14 persons have registered -I|I', The stag was constructed by Goo be called tOl.I 1839 Olds models bt front and for
April 1S IS 0.02 with Mr. The annual election will take ,
Wells In Home-, N. Wakefield and his Future I a complete service department
April I9 _. 11 usl I stead. There has been one placement 'Farmer classes about three years, place. Mrs. & U West Mrs. W. Z. which will be maintained In the't
I April 20. 0 I I,ago and was named the John L.i (Continued on Page Two)

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Page Two THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday April 21, 1939.;


'April of imf sWrtd on various Condolence Letter t. HOLD FISH FRY TONIGHT I FERDINAND

DR. TOWER\ 'I committees syrtJfi numerous petition I From Colored Folk Everyone fish try I I.which invited the to the Woman'sAuxiliary benefit
until WjH'HW, he beAMie
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i president of the club. He served Reveres Dr. Tower of St. John'a Episcopal)! (Continued from Pace One
(Continued from Page One) only a few months, however, until Church will hold at the home of )
Johnstone. died last Friday. Assisting he was forced to resign on accountof I Indicative of the love and Mr. and Mrs Lee H. Lehman on, Rheney Mn. W. R. Bird, Mr .
Mr. Walker were the Rev.i 111 health. His hold upon our i esteem In which Dr. Tower Avocado drive this evening from Adrian Jacobs and Mrs E. J. Dyal
James J. Richards, pastor of the affections strengthened day by day, I was held by all regardless of t:30 to 8 o'clock. i i form the nominating committee.
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Homestead Methodist Church, and .i more and more we learned of clan or color. Is the following - I In the drama, Arnold Mcllwalo '
the Rev. Oeo E. Deuel, retired, of his many lovable qualities. letter' of condolence from the Lions Club PreparesFor will take the part of Ferdinand,
Redland. Burial was In Palm''': Although for many months preceding I I colored people of Homestead: I Ii "Dress Rehearsal", the bull; Virginia Kelly will be
Cemetery at Naranja. At the his death he had been I Tv the bereaved family of I Ferdinand's mother, Ardel Par. I
church, the Lyon brothers' quartet aware of his physical Infirmity,: our dear Dr. Mr. J. B. Tower A cast of 80 will present "Dress;, man Anne Rheney and Fay Pierce,
sang "Yield I Not to Temptation," nevertheless, through these months' (deceased): Rehearsal" a two-act comedy! the other bulls; J. T. Pritchett, the
Dr Tower's favorite hymn. I|''of suffering, the never falling, "He the colored citizens of under sponsorship of the Red- bumble bee; Tommy Harris, the I I
Active pallbearers were William graciousness of his demeanor the' Ilomectead. regret to hear the land District Lions Club April matador; Gene Jernlgan, the sword
Ewing, Harold Sheffield, Harry manner In which he poured out loss of our Dear Doctor who 28 at the Redland High School and; bearer; Howard Kirby, Lewis
Cooper William Musselwhlte, Gordon his life in service to the people of I has served us so faithful. Ills April 29 at Homestead: High School Vickers Lynn Irwin Jack Dolar
Ivey Charles Clinton Lamar, the community and the uniformIty -I 1 loss will be a great miming. to The procee'ds will be added to the, and Eugene Lott, men In- funny
Kendrick and Ivan Moicr Honorary of his sunny smile betokeneda our race of people who have club's* fund for sight conservation i; hats; and Frank Rice, Irwin Hook -
pallbearers were E. A. Carter I fortitude worthy of emulation. I| lived In Homestead. lie has end blind work. Miss Bee Wat-, er, Ben Shuler and Gleen Schroeder .
E J. Polk H. L. Brown C. M.I| In the departure of Dr John been a faithful doctor to us. kins a representative of the Ama the plcadores.
Allen H. H. Ewing, A. J. Campbell -, that bourne whence none return::1' Rain or sunshine, night or teur Theatre Guild of Boston, isl, Woven into the play are folk
R. E Edwards, Charles Turner our club has lost a member whose': day, your call was answeredby director of the play. Among those, dances of various nations by mem-
E. S. CnpUnger, J. D. devotion to our cause, whose loyalty -1, him. May our lOll be who have parts In the play are I bers of Mrl. Margaret Daniels'
Harvey Fitzpatrick Her Redd,1 to our club and whose altruism; Heaven's gain Frank Schneider Dr. George I' physical education classes, and
Marks and Mason Roberts. was ever an Inspiration to renewed i "So sleep on, Dr. Tower. Ruehle, Walter Talbott, Dr. C. F. musical numbers by Mrs. Margaret
Dr Tower, a descendent of efforts and to greater zeal In ourendeavor 1 1 We love you, but Jesus love Robinson, Monty Gessler, Thomas! Mills' classes. Charlotte GeronU
a''P Alden, was born at1Hoosac 1 to promote the principles -, yon best. So sleep on. I Torbert, Ralph Done, Joseph Hick-I and will do a hat dance to accordion
Tunnel, Mass. July 28?: of service rather than self. i "From the colored citizens of son, Charles Swan, Charles PrattfI accompaniment by Frank Billelo,
1813, the son of Alonzo Dennie, It Is but fitting, therefore, that] Homestead, Fla. I i' Charles Ooley and Dr. B. E. aUin.1 and Jamie Richards Will give a
Tower and Sophia Ballard Tower.j I "ALEX Spanish readme.
some tribute be paid to his mem- McKINNEY, Chairman.
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In 1897 Dr. Tower received his cry, and that such tribute be perpetuated Increased Attendance I: Miss Mable Williams' art classes
A B. degree at Washburn College,! :1 ; made the masks for the animal
records, that
on our coming Marks M. E. Revival
Topeka, Kan., and In 1901 was cycles of Rotarians may learn| LIBRARY i characters, and the WPA sewing
graduated by Northwestern University of his worth and of the esteem ini I Steadily increasing attendance'group made the costumes for the
.with the degree of M. D. which he was held by those of us' i has marked the revival that i* actors and the senorita chorus
He wa* "prelldent of his graduating who knew him. (Continued from Page One) now being conducted in the Homestead -'i The 21 flags of American nations
class. During the next two Be It, therefore, steps to speed up the construction.' Methodist Church by Dr. R used in the decorations were made
7 he. was resident physician RESOLVED: That we extend to, With the additional help It was be- Z. Tyler of Miami who preachesthe by the sixth grade art classes. Miss
at Alexlan hospital, Chicago, ands;, the members of the bereaved family I lieved that the structure would be gospel, and the Rev, Victor Williams Is director.
during the following three years I of our departed fellow Rotarian completed by July 1. Original Rankin of Alliance, O, and Florida -I After the program everyone will
was superintendent of the medical heartfelt ,;' Southern College at Lakeland, be Invited to the arena where the
our condolences in this, plans of the WPA project, started
department of Rood hospital, Hibblng -|I who directs the choir bulls, the bee and the senoritas
the i hour of their woe, and that we nearly five months ago, called for large and
Minn He was professor oil I direct them to Him who alone can completion by June 1. sings baritone solo at each evening will serve punch under the direction -
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embryology at Kansas Medical i service. I II of Mrs. A F. Arthur Mrs
) and will assuage their sorrow and The additional stone masons,;:
College and superintendent of the heal their broken heait And paid by the city, work on a full I, The services will continue next Geo. L. Murray and Mrs. T. E.
dee dispensary for five years Heserved I i I'I bo it, further, I time basis Councilman Brooker week with meetings at 9:30: a. m. Kirby
Shaw-1
as secretary of the I RESOLVED: That page of said he believed 7J cents per hour and 7:43: p. m. i j Everyone Is Invited.
nee County Medical Society, To-i' our record be set r"and dedicated -' tor the new workmen would be The pastor and members of the
peka Dr Tower was licensed by.state 'I to the memory of our beloved -\ fair wage. al j I church are greatly encouraged by
t examinations I I In Illinois,, deceased and that these resolutions The council granted building, the progress of the meeting and AMU951
Minnesota, Kansas and Florida. |1 be spread thereon, and permits to George A. West for con-1 I! with faith, prayer and work are

At the time of his death Dr| that a copy be forwarded to his slruttion of a concrete block build-1' looking forward to a genuine spiritual ---- ----- -
Tower was rounding out a service widow and further copies be fur' Ing on Mowry street to cost $2,000; awakening In and out of the
of 21 years as local surgeon for the' nished the local press for publication. i to the Seminole Theatre for $1,0001 i church in the Homestead community -
Florida East Const railroad and 11 I worth of alterations; to the Home 1 says the pastor, the Rev. J. J.
years as president of the Home-1| Pawed and unanimously adopted stead Furniture Company for construction Richards The co-operation of all
setad Building! and Loan Assoclatlon -, by the Homestead Rotary Club, at of a $400 addition, dl! pastors and church people of''
He had been president also, a regular meeting thereof held on to William Musselwhite for repairs Homestead Is cordially Invited, and '
of the First Federal Savings and the 19th day of April 1939. costing $200 to a residence in Livingston 1 will be deeply appreciated, he says. ,
Loan Association of Homestead,) W. M. FIFIELD, President I Addition. I
ever since Its organization. He Attest: Patrolman James Coker asked II I r r ,
served seven years as a city GEO. M. TRICK, Secretary. !! the council for a leave of absence''! EXPERT RADIOREPAIRING '
cilman and seven years as a and expense money to attend a: t,
trustee and was former coun-1 FERTILIZER AIDS OLEANDERS safety school for police officers to
the chamber of commerce. While many oleanders now being' be held in connection with the!' The Laundry Frees
president of the Rotary 'nation grown In Florida receive no ''I convention of the American Auto-1 Prompt service on all Mrs. Housewife
1934. At one time he was a and very little care fertm.1 mobile Association May 13 and 141
Liberty trM IW VMklF wuklnnIlkntr
ber of the board of directors of the I will respond to more car i at Washington D. C. The council j makes specializing on i I* t* a. .M aa.sme..lth rims--
Redland Citrus Growers Association plications' of a good commercialfertilizer I Instructed the officer to determine automobile radios nw. h.1--.mea. Y tag BlIVBltoii .k NMn.
H.u. ll mntt her
U.nJry to
and of the Florida Avocado i analyzing about 5-7-3.i, the exact amount of money he! M. And was H all >kt amts s.tlstying.erIt.em.ra.se
Exchange. He had been a 32nd Fertilizer may be applied In two'!i would need and to report back at, s.d amusing.
I I L. C. Dodd
applications-the first in
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degree Mason. | the next council meeting.
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Surviving Dr. Tower are his September and the second In mid I Flower Bldg.

widow, Mrs Jane D. Tower; five I I Homestead, Florida I LAUNDRY
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daughters, Mrs. Henry S. DuBois,
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Jupiter, Fla., and Mrs. Guy V. Vln-
son, Mrs. Wllford A. Snare and
Mrs. Robert S. McLeroy, Miami I ,1 i

and Mrs L. Cecil Dodd Homestead (Continued from Page One> IN FEATURESLJK
; two sons, John B. Tower and escrow fund In the First National
A Douglass Tower. Homestead. I Bank of Homestead Dr Smith;
The Homestead Rotary Club at said. I
Its meeting Wednesday adopted the' On suggestion of Dr. Smith It II
fallowing resolution: I I was tentatively decided to operate II I
The Supreme Ruler of the universe 1 the hospital on the group hospitalization -I
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has seen fit, In His Infinitewisdom plan. It was decided to
to withdraw from the obtain 500 subscribers to the plan )
sphere of His earthly usefulness,'whereby entire families could receive _
and from the cares and sorrows the benefits of hospital
of life out beloved fellow Rotarian service whenever needed by the' ECONOM ;this'
Dr. John B. Tower, I of small Ford V.s
!| payment a sum on monthly lD
;' Dr, John became affiliated with; installments adapted to the Income all leadinfr NYDIAULIC ..lib Moamar: "showed- the
J us In our Rotarian endeavor In I of members. 1 1i pntcnti raced cars 'i\ gpAlllN4' PUWE1. bro''" roc. smas all

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Friday, April 21. 1939. __THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Pane Three


REDLAND SEEKS County Council Names War Service, Adventure oi-Y! reign f Local Patrol to March ,
Mrs. Wysong Delegate In Washington Parade
TO AVENGE LOSS Soil, Brought Out in Impromptu Talks

I Mrs. J. D. Wysong of the Red-I -- j Twelve members of the safety
[''land Home Demonstration Club,I War service, adventure In foreign -] six months trip to Egypt and back,' patrol of Homestead High Schoolare
TO UP STATERS I I was elected delegate to the state countries and participation' which would complete the service milking arrangement to participate *
council meeting in Tallahassee''In the building of Florida were I In the national s, i haul
required for his marine
June 3-10 by the council of the brought out In Impromptu autobiographies engineer'slicense safety patrol parade which vita
Smarting under a 2-to-l defeatat ;; Dade County home demonstrationclubs sketched verbally by but changed his mind at staged In connection ""Itthl' convention
the hands of Lake Worth Tuesday at a meeting of the council i i three Homestead Rotarians at the the eleventh hour and accepted a of the American Automobile -
the Diamondbacks of Redland 1''In North Miami Friday. The',weekly meeting of the club Wednesday position as captain of an oil com- Association May 13 at Wington ,...- '
are primed for revenge when they county council president Mrs. E.! noon. i I| pany' tugboat at Miami. In 1925 D. C
meet the up-itate boyi again today P. Fi:pp of Coral Gables also will! O. B. Parker Homestead dairy Those who will make tin u 111 are
on the local lot. he came to Homestead u South Harry Pierce, J. T. Godwin F\t'd.'
| represent the counciL owner, the first to be called on for )
Redland can't boast of a win The public Is invited to the raunI an account of events leading to'Dade agent of the oil company die Fuchs, Carlton Sweet Bruce .
this season, but, according to the I!I cil's Achievement Day programland selection of the Redland District'''which he still Ia.I 'Scott, Eldred Gilmer T. O. Ray- .
coach, D. R. Snyder, the boys have I exhibition In Central School as home, said he came to Florida I|I Wm. J Gcronlmo, manager of burn Billie Jacobs Hilton Sa,'ictt I
been playing a good brand of base''In Miami on April 27 The exhibit to follow his profession of railroad the Legion tag office, adjutant of Warren Morris, Walter Brannan '
ball and the losing streak has been will be moved to the Y. W. conductor and helped in the building *the local Legion post and town and Harry Bishop. :
"Just one of those things." To-.1 C. A. auditorium for display on of the F. E. C. into Miami. In. marshal of Florida City, volunteered The Homestead group will seek ;
day's game, one with Ft. Lauder- April 28 and 29. 1896 he piloted the second train for World War service In the honor of leading the procession
dale here next Tuesday and the t Into Miami after the railroad had 1917, served In various training given to unit which travels
last one of the season with West!I extended from West Palm Beach.;,: camps the last of which was In, the longest distance to participate.
Demand for +
palm Beach there April 27 possibly Florida When the Spanish-American Negates, Ariz. He was a captain Approximately 13,000 youngsters
will give Redland at least Articles Increasing; Vsr broke out he joined the army I,, in command of Company C, 26th l will be in the line of march representing
two wins It is believed. and took part In the fighting in 1': Inf., when a band of Mexican solidiert ]-, 275,000: boys and girls In +
The game with Lake Worth was Jacksonville, April 20. (FNS)-I Cuba, where he remained for three I came across the border In I 3,000 communities It was an-
one of those "tight" affairs, with A new business opportunity has' years. Then he went to Mexico 11919 and attacked the Nogales nounced.
the pitchers bristling with "stuff." Just been opened up to Floridians, and later to Central America. He First National Bank. His company},
Twirling for the Diamondbacks,1 according to William L. Wilson,, had returned to this country and I put down the uprising with. a Ion GASFOt
Pitcher J. Edwards allowed but one' director of state markets, who .an- was living In Gallup, New Mexico !of only three men. | NATUROL
hit. However, relaxing for inounced I that buyers from large when he decided to come back to Mr. Geronlmo resigned from the
short time he permitted three men[!, New York department stores had Florida after an absence of 18 army in 1920 and, listening to the: COOKING AND
to walk whereby Lake Worth'I called at his office here In an ef years. Coming to the Miami sec- persuasive voice of a visitor named WATER HEATING
gained Its tallies. Gremmett)I fort to locate handicraft novelty I tion, he started farming In the Obregon, later president of Mexlco'j 1 V. D. LYON St N. Krome' Ave.
pitching for Lake Worth, allowed) articles made In America. Homestead area In 1918 and has went Into Mexico and a1,000acre
four hits.Rt'dland. I I The buyers said most novelties I been here ever since. ranch. The same Ob-'1I
obtained its lone sco sold In this country heretofore I W. E. Rheney told of his goingto regon, when he became president|
In the second Inning, while rel" have come from Czecho-Slovakla sea In 1912 In the revenue cutter however, put into effect the'
Worth waited until the seventh to Germany Italy and Japan but that' service and of his working up agrarcan laws "and about twentyfive I DR.R.S.AKERSDENTIST.
bring in the markers. The game I a strong sentiment was growing from mess boy to assistant wire- of us found we didn't own ;
was played In one hour and 25 i against articles from these coun- less operator. He learned marine darn thing," Mr. Geronlmo said. I IHe
minutes tries. engineering with the Cavanaugh was heading for New York!!
I Steamship Co. Later he Office Hours: f .. m. to 5 p. m.
I Novelties of wood, shells, joined the with his wife and young son when I
Loral Pastor's Brother 'scales, ceramics, novelty ,1 tlshl National Guard to go to the Mexican he got a telegram advising him his Sundays 9 U U
Dies Suddenly in Miami grasses, reeds and palm leaves, border. Then came the World brother In Florida City was In ill 1 Closed Saturdays!
well as preserved tropical a"I' War and he went across to see health, so he arrived there on May
Charles A. Johnstone, S3 brotherof are In demand, Mr. Wilson said.I service J In the front line trenches, 5, 1924 and went into the real estate I Free Parking Space
After the war and his return to 1 business with his brother. lie:
"So far, he added, "the sale 'I i
the Dr. J. E. Johnstone, pastor I oil America 1764 N. W. S6TII ST. MUMI
such articles in Florida has been I' Mr. Rheney worked on purchased a home in Florida Cityacqulicd "
of the First
Baptist Church oHomestead f ,
PHONE J-1U1
I l latlrond. He came to Miami "I several groves and became -
'limited
died i shortly after he to tourists visiting thr 1''
state. With the was about to sign on a boat tor active I In the Legion post I
was stricken with a heart attack entire country .
f nt the home of a friend In Miami i'> asking for novelties by Americansfor
! last Friday. Mr. Johnstone, whoso Americans, the opportunitiesfor
; home was In Knoxville, had lived nation-wide sale of Fk'i it! i
I with his brother In Miami and handicraft objects ore enormou ETREIEAD Rl
' later In Homestead four month, ./ r i
/ seeking to regain his health. He I II Is SPRAY CO':7 ROLS SCALE

I survived 6jr Bis widow and several 1, To control mango shield scale, i
children all living in Knoxville,
common and rather severe pee, o
where the body was taken for mangoes. and avoosidos spray wuh < ,.' J1f: -:
burial. Drive lit, Car wi'%
an oil emulsion sinutnr. to tlio .
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used by citrus growers but milk a EXCLUSIVE VACUUM
Sister of Mrs. F. N. Irwin It only two-thirds as strong AS the
GEARSHIFT
Dies i at Indiana Home citrus spray. 'White oil emulsions s
are less likely to burn tender Veew,,. Messier supplies .o%
., rile shifting inert
Mrs. Quisle Ciaspcrn 43, sister'of growth than others.
Mrs. F. N. Irwin of Homestead I
died last Friday at her home atBargcrsville Ruppert of Bargersvillc; her husband sag Drive the car with
Ind. Besides Mrs. George Glaspern, and two1 I trt
Irwin Mrs. Glaspern Is survivedby sons. Funeral services and burial on NEW AERO-STREAM
another slater, Mrs. Rebecca were at Bargcrsvllle STYLING

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dealer's. Sea him-today I

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THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE I fLO tIDAr 41V 1 dAaarr taf a.Irv Slim j dlilllllllli11111n1IIIIi11IIIIihIIIIIIIiIIIiill .

.._H..... rrtdars .. N_....... rI.. 20 Years
be ft o .... II" ,....oil... CONK Ago

RCIIt* _... ._ ,11et,
tUajORII LKiCH ARCRKR I IIII111111ii111llilililllllllllllll11hII1/ I1111ha
_.. _._ .. A sepal. ",let
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f ll.wlne home ." t _
h...., M s.ee.d ,oil ..- ..... tenn film at the H.mt 4KntnvrlM "
bah s. 1918. .. tom .ff... NP..M..d *ilakH>..4 .... 1L Jill,
....... sods the act ..1alawh .. tin Bulk n.. U 8.n... u4CM f
1. d"-. merged .I'. IISI with UM Memo.maidLNdr. .


I. Dade Il1lltCRlmOM C..atr _....r--"Ta_ ..."I April IT. isle A

DeWitt of ..... County ...n qn.10- .
-"Mrs C. W. Magnus U stopping

in town for a few days." ,

Heaven Preserve Our -"A telegram was received from :

EnemiesA |I Mrs. Sam Umphrey who left a .

week ago saying that she was In
man'i friend will ultimately
| Clnctnn.U'Isltinr her daughter
II I
ruin him-but Mi enemies will
before going to Detroit"'Mrs.
make him a man again Don't
Cruze and two children
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ever kid yourself about enemiesthey're -
of Eau Gallie are tailing at the
the best help you have
Pennlngton home Mrs. Cruze U
Your friends will pat you on the
,'i
a daughter of Mrs, Pennington."B. .
back and tell you what a swell guy
A, Tibbits has gone to Jack- :
you are In spite of what they secretly -
attend the I
sonville to annual ses-
think-they'll comfort you /// FIOSWIrXS r !># sion of the grand lodge of the L !
In your hour of sorrow and sing r

with you In your hour of meril- MQ9.VWS GAGOSUSCIV __w OOF" .
-"Irma Kahl was taken to Bay
merit -they'll pamper you and 4"'vi SJ A '1
CAMi4// 114C.41 4Z:1pRT' ; View sanitarium on Wednesday '.
humor you and strew your path tiftaurs CA' 5 f of
rt-C4/ I and operated on for adenoids. She
with roaes-but your enemies God
,
5, .1JNGliS LAFS is doing nicely. i
bless! em-they 11 keep you onyour
s.t S re ar-AMS -"Ed Brooker expects to leave ;
toes They watch every step ,
# soon to enter the Johns Hopkins ,
you tjke-every word you utter /fitTHIS .i
hospital In Baltimore to have his :
and if you run the gauntlet succeshfully G4ZA7'4AgrBS "
A leg treated.
DUlliNG NUeI2/CAN4
they respect and admire .
you : DASH "ISH' 10,000 ACZ.6ov -"Rev. H. H. Sturgis left on Wed. ,
6srArE fiND neaday for the west coast and
I know a fellow whom I dislike Q LCBGP.PNEAKEY uaA.C A may
NErF Icc.vSsr11,5 locate near Tampa.
very much. As a matter of fact, P. GAM,5
JIL.1nlG!r/5 F11.0"00OF -"Dr. John Dennis left In his car
dislikes me very much. In A
words we don't like each he-I THe fSJ.ANO" IIvmC LODGE on Carolina Saturday" for a trip to South

lie is the fly In my soup I'd a $PA&lOUS CASINO I
.. "The Mitchell children will
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rather be out playing golf with '$ I. ri ?/OINi TTAlltortscff
., .: leave on Monday morning for
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friends but If I do he'd snag a .. ..,ir. '
I "! -h Alt'O
.. tNI-. Shaw Miss It Is
expected they
couple of my prospects, no t work ,_ -- :0---,.. ,e c. rJATTOMfl. I I
; I ; will return in the fall.
K llllli harder to we that he doesn'tget "'" aalrrba..m --stass /ne-!. I
r"ur: :: M"/
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"On
Tuesday 8
: .. evening. April
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1m When he gets one of my I .. .. "" ...;; .. ; : ; : \ the Ladies' Aid and the Men's Aid
he
risk which sometimes does. It

makes my stomach turn over four .....,..,............,,.........."........./../../................................ I...................................................................... of Mere the Florida. City ai M.me: E.nome Church
time When I get one of his rinks. The radio's wonderful possib.ll-; entertained 01Mi
'
I lamh Children in Court '. and Mrs. A. C. Grav Games
fai chops for lunch which CURRENT ties were recently manifested
,
j were played and enjoyed ball,
accounts for the few l lamb chops when a thice-way discussion of By Judge Malcolm llalfleld
after which refreshments
Z were
el\l. COMMENT .
the present European situation was served and the guests departed for
he busy
Anyhow keeps me : so '
carried Commentator H. C. PAST! PRESENT AND FUTURE home at late hour. Those
ticavbii preserve him the rat: I By AGNEW WJ.SII.Uaml I on by I a pres.

-PhlI: Brnnlff in the Inslnerator. ... .. ". Knltcnborn of New York, and Many parents who are brought ent were: Mr. and Mrs J M Dobbin
.. I i Mr. and Mrs Wm MjerMr..
-- lament
Wren Key West gets iW-proJect News Writers Ed. L. Morrell of into court with their children -1
and Mrs C. D. Latternei Dr nndMI's.
U. S. Drive
Opens Against of bringing! water from the mainland London and Bill Shyler spellingnot the fact that the child of a .
S. S. Shield. MI'olnd Mrs.
Swef: pstakes; Tickets and your vicinity at that It guaranteed) of Paris. worldly
half century ago was not as -, A. D. Clinton. Mr and Mis Bag-
r The "'c1el'llgQvernment at loot might be well to remember that wise as Is the average one of lej. Mrs Schweitzer, Mrs C A.

has opened i drive to stop the sale the Islnnd of Bermuda pays New On last Armistice Day the U. S. Miller, Mrs. C. P. Sheffield. Mrs. _

of sweepstakes tickets The drive York city one dollar per ton for treasurer announced the public today. ''U.1user. Mrs. Baum Mrs. J M.

according to United States Attor- the fresh water it has,..ihlpped debt to be on that day $38,436-, While It Is possible that there Kllng, Mrs. Jesse Simmons Mrs )

ney Benjamin Harrison at Los An- there as boali4ballast;the'selling 171134. Let us put on an expert, existed as much graft and !Johnson Chas. Clinton LaMonte

golcs is to be directed primarily city pays but five cents per ton say a bank teller, at counting thisi tion during that period as corruP.1 Grew, Isabel Grew Harriet Lat-
''for it In hundred-dollar bills. present age, it is doubtful
at the "sweepstakes machine"the i sum A :
terner and Mr. and Mrs A. C.
importers of tickets in large e rapid worker could count 75 bills ordinary child was aware of sucha I Grew"

quantities_nd not the agents or It seems that Moe Annenberg, a minute if he didn't stop too condition. With motion pictures,

distributors to the public. :I I despite his heavy losses In tryingto often to light a cigaret; bankers radios newspapers and magazines

Some<< 70 ticket holders in the establish the tabloid MorningI work about five hours a day,'exposing crime in every detail It'' IN APPRECIATIONWe

vicinity of Los Angeles, who won I'Tribune In Miami, retains a fond. hence he should shift about 22,500of Is hard for the modern youth not are deeply grateful for every
these "Ci" In to know more of such conditions| expression of sympathy shown us
prides in the March sweeps of from i ness for the city's gain-gamble as a day. With
$500 to $3,000, have been subpoenaed he recently planked down $180,000 Sundays and legal holidays out,: than did the child of former days.Furthermore .!I i at the time of our recent bereave-

before the federal grand for ocean front Iota on which he he works, we'll say 320 days year.' our modern civilizaItion ment.

jury by Mr. Harrison. His plan III I propones to erect at Miami Beach With this pile of 384,361,711 hundreddollar does not enable a ;youngster'' THE: TOWER FAMILY

to reach the bit dealers through! within the year a 250-room hotelto bills before him, it to develop a sense of responsibility.. ........"...."........"....x.............."..LN,..,.........
the "small fry" sellers by asking' cost a million dollars and will figures out that It would J take him For Instance an apartment house

the winners of prizes to Identlf claim It to be the finest on the 63 and one-third years to completethe offers no opportunity for the per-! Homestead Girl ScoutsBy 'j

the person from whom they purchased East Coast. It Is said that Annen.,'' task I I't. I Iformance t of specific chores each'i Arden ParmanI .

the tickets. berg got his start In Milwaukeeby e e I i I morning and evening. All students -' ,. .............1.1H.,...,.. 1. ....N..........-
Government attorneys working "muscling out" the newsboyson The Bessemer Properties Is layIng -!t of juvenile delinquency adI -
SaberAt
with Mr Harrison, will remind thewinners the beet corners and preempting the groundwork for a large!I I mil that many children run afoul!I the rrl\Scout meeting Tuesday -

that possession of a lottery them for himself. And they development along Biscayne boule-II |i.of the law simply because they afternoon at the home of Mrs. f"

ticket Is a felony punishable by a: say he Is still working the old vard, In the northern part of had no work to perform and no Frank Skill Melba Van Winkle

$1,000 fine and two years In prison' strong-arm with money In the racing Miami I the big stone wall, a la I I, responsibilities to assume. volunteered to write a letter of

and that those who do not cooperate .I tip sheet racket. j IDcerlng I being its initial move.|I Such social elements would lead thanks to the Rotary Club for the ,1

may find themselves greatly This concern Is a brother of the' one to think that the problems of money which was given to the .

embnr..s ed. I 1 One who does constructive lit. Biscayne Boulevard Co., which'{ children are Increasing While scouts, and Vara H'leney volunteered !j

It Is claimed the Irish sweepstakes erary work must have a large put on that famous thoroughfare.:.present-day: children are shown to write to O. B. Parker to

tickets are Imported on the, amount of solitude-lead a sort of Both are wheels within the big far greater exdmples of law violation thank him for the chocolate milk 4

Pacific and AUantlc coasts \\n bale! termite life. Ten years ago Ernest Phipps steel interests of Pittsburgh I It is becoming increasingly sent to the troop.

lot!. and that Southern California i Hemingway took up Key West something on the order of Flag- evident that psychology and child $5.50 of :II!
alone spends "between $8,000,000;' as his winter writing headquarters ler's Model Land Co., his hotel guidance have offset many of the! It was announced that .

and $9,000,000 annually on the I buying a home there, but the organization and his steamship emotional factors which were I the cookie money was spent on ..I

Irish sweepstakes tickets. opening of Overseas Highway has line, the P. & O. prevalent children of a generation kayaking at Ojus over the Easter

Now that Unjted States Attorney -| made It sO easily possible for his | ago. Our knowledge of child holidays. end
There will be free swimming
Harrison Alas taken effective friends and casual callers to seek The Palm Beach Sun recently psychology and youthful emotional municipal '

stepto abolish the sale of the cut his lair that be has sought entered upon Its 53rd year It was disturbances gives us a deeper]1 life saving classes at the Mrs Skill '
pool for the Girl Scouts.
tickets' orriiir.lotteries conducted flight to Havana as a haven of established Feb. 24, 1887 as the understanding of juvenile problems
!
in Ireland It 1 i-- hoped that otherV security against encroachment on Indian River News and lays claim than was possessed by the par-1;1 said.Louise Robinson and Joylene .,

K/vfttwrfovi throughout the his time and thus let the pathway to being lungwhile the only newspaper eats of the preceding generation. "
'Mock invested In the troop.
country Nfill proceed In like, they have beaten to his -door be. between Titusville and Key When such rapid strides are mad1in were
[ B>umi rV If They do not volllnt..Uylt' I I the right direction the future Girls who have earned their
, | come somewhat overgrown. j jI I West. Later It was printed at, 1 Wilda
: do ,oi-lta. l ejtiijiw. should find out! e e < Juno as the Tropical Sun then'should hold a bright outlook for! campcratt badges are: Jean j
Barbara
I adolescence. I Batts Joylene Mock
, Yo'h1.O
--- I Normally the northwester moved to Palm Beach and not so i Smith, Patty Robinson Frances

Clse'of Crime Florida counties are on the sigh I long ago again changed name by Foster Betty Gatlin. Eloulse and
, : I dropping the word "Tropical." TOMATO: BLIGHT MIXTtRE '
I : side of moral questions but a few Louise Robinson. Margaret and ;
olfi rlri-Ai :breakdown of re-|( years ago the almighty dollar became | Betty Stillman. Mary Suber, BelI ]- j'

llgfaui; &ih\W.a.tll the home In the; too great a temptation and The J-Bar cattle ranch Is graz- To control early blight of tomatoes Jean Bullard Grietje Terburg and :

Chttf>dv fit* ht il\e, school that we they "sold their birthright for a ing 600 head of Devons over a spray with 4-4-90 bordeaux',I' Florence Nelson.

mutt look'Hor"The present cause of! mesa of pottage"-$37,000 to each 28,000-acre area, In northern PalmI 1 mixture or dust with 20-80 copper-1 Cards for scholarship badges

er\me.-PI'ot Francis B. Sayre.U ,' county being the size of the "01_" Beach County. owned by the old lime dust. The home-made bertdesux i were given out to be signed.! '

this year that sum being their, Model Land Co., which operatesand mixture can be prepared

8. Has 130,215,000 share of the race track gambling sells the land grants of thej j' with the arsenate at the rate of I The Latest Idea
'
The population of Continental'United money It taste' so good that one F. E. C. railway, and by the Southern -,I one pound of arsenate "What art you playing, children

States on July 1, 1938 iI of their leglsUidrs IIM' Introduceda States Land and Timber Co.i gallon of spray or the copper-lime: ?"

ltt.llS.OOOt according to preliminary but to l legalist ih* slot machines, experiments well on the way to' dust can be obtained with the arsenate Wedding, mama. rat the

estimates of the U. S. Bureau; voted tHrt tw
of Census. This represent an all- figure the state hwld operate that will thrive In'Florida. 'mJ: which would be JO-M-io Indicating "But you have no bridegroom.* .

time high population tor the United them and thus reatlM) about 2$ mil greatly aid the cattle and hoc industry tl),amount at arsenate, cop.per "That's so--but -this' Is aorilr.man' ; a ." .J

States. lion dollars per year"*. la this state. : ..J|, ,.sod lime! in, the mixture. wedding,"-:-Ex.r .

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Friday April 21. 193!). THE_LEADER.ENTERPRISE _______ Pare Five j
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NOTICE: OF 'lit.I:' Of TAX !late of rib lfiW1VI tl To tum. kplder ..f Stale and Ctt Tag
HEALTH UNITContinued LEGAL NOTICES C A TlCII. Appllrall J;.. CUTln'j Lot lo .BlorT* RAY I'..urt. The ..."I Certifkto No. U&I' 1..1 ,t... 'h Jay 1August.
Notice U .hereby liven that I IAvr t.. ... sail Id em.YaWrd .hy rerlinat Nu9ta A. D. ,.... .it" filed .on myaffite
NOTICE OP PARK or TAX (-KRTIFICATEU. : f has filed with m* .,It. rouuei of I9K1 1.1 rciux.enta lane fir the and has made application I a lot
( from Page One) APPLICATION NO. 41MMMfet that th* tan MllfkatM tun her wlthut.gh mn to" b I/MyMh 1.01..1. amounta died to be .issued times". sate t ,,' ..1eembtmw
.xiucnt. omitted' or hrrlrd boxes Inolwiu ,
to ha."r.1..t\!\:* that written I AIM request i itoviland a. the rear HO. heM .by the State b* .... Lat: 56.65. Baste '. Pe. Chas'/ Court Th tarn I. The 00tMttr tilt following of Bade desrra.d.y state "t .,.,.' ..sinet..wlt
mi
Many Invitation were vorhed and sold to the Moment bidder farcash
year ago the arrttficBW. laHMwr with oil 3 t* h* aoM are evident. .by Certificate. N t, I
lent out to non-members of the I that 4u emkled air levied loom Inclu a. provided by Chanter 1MM, Mla VMS of 114. and ..-._.. fixes for the! E. 1M h. vi W. tin It or Nil I 111-11t
.
lam lubaauyMit YW 1919. held br UW Slat be In' Aota of the Loo.I.I. ..... soon the f\t1o reara late to 1911. I both inclusive. ..... tee Pan VUIa Hrlmks A Soot I' II.-..
club Including county and city >Mr lowing described real I. the County
I move ash mlol l. Ibe hntheat bidder, Ill..Ion,9*. .. Pam 10' and \17. In the 1'.aap "I hods
official The presence of members for tjr Chapter HIM of J..r; Dadq State of Florida.; h.wtt' t Mid ton certlflcat Remoter will all ..t-I ..... or Florida.. f
f9Trote :; Lino 6 id. both lnclu.lv. !limb Illnehunt. motion omitted. ..r lavM taxi will b* The aass.msot at sand pnnwr ..Ant
of the county commission and I the flea e.i.lit re, upon the, Plat hook 1. 1' 1; '
Howlnt/ doMi-lbed real ....to In the Coultjf : air r..l h, the highest bidder at the awn Howe In the. mid certtftrat*, issued wtto av name
of the county budget commlsslo of Druid, slate of HurHto. to-wlt t I.xm U hr sold are vklra-ed br I Html. on the Nth dar of April I IN. be. I nr. Unknown ;
8 14 Lot 1 Block 4 Loveland IndurtrlelBite rate No till of 1911 and nn>rewnU = stoning the ban at 10 abck ... m. or Unless wM certificates ....u U .I, .n,,4 .
was especially desired but only for the yean 1911 to 1919, both I I
,I Plot nook IS Paw U. The' team I to m stem tb.rm"er aa the more nay b.nCed Recording tu low, Ih* unwerlr ,. :IJtherein
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Luther am untlni to IKK II.I In will, he cold I., the h.Hi 1 iJdrr
one of them appeared. ; ?
be' will evidenced. br Certificate No.r
I ire Lot 19. Black. Plnehmt. Flat Book t. MlamC'norlda: :: '
I It this the Ilk dar .t the Court Holes duoTim the t I M "
Chandler of Goulds, budget board ;>W of 1M1 and reprsseate taut for areir Pill 177. The U>*> to b* hid am *vldenced .. of April, IM*. i day In the math of May IW. halo M
both inclusive, t
IVII antouwIni .
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br Certificate No. 5t4l < IOU amreprawnu
member responded with a shortspeech .tollr B: R. iKATIIrKMAN, the l.t day of May 1050.
Uw for the rear IPI1 5' 11111.I Clark Circuit Court, I Dated into 19th day .f March ")1 i-
Slosh 4, Lowland Industrial :
Loll I ta I.
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after Dr. McCreary concluded both Inclusive. amointint to 110 4
Dada H LEATHKKUAN:
County. Florida.Circuit I.
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I Site Plot Book U. Pun IS Th. team m" ,
Lot 2 0 I, Hook 1, '..
address ( Court Mon Clark uf Circuit rt
hit be mid ... evidenced br Certificate No. I 1.PI tu'hi'\: ,
ran 1 The ta> arc ml ..
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Uy JNO HtNNO D CPi Dad County llUnult
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Dr. McCreary was Introduced by; 7999 of last mil rcpna.nti Rome for the' d....... br Cortlrloa'1010.. 17507 of Illl an.repnwnu bll.h Apr t. II. II. 11*. Court SraltBy
I nara 1980 to |tl v" both lnclu.lv.. amount.in U_ for the ,.... I9SI to loan.
Dr. N:C MacDonell, public health N. C Tr BRETT f'c
Lot III5H bah lnclu.lv. .amounting 1974.Lot I I .. II Ayr t. 14. II. 1110'1.
director of Miami. Among other 7, Block I 4. Lowland Industrial Bite. II Vlork I. Inehumt. Plat Hook 1. I NOTICE OF APPI ATIIIN FOR t.
Plat shah It Pun 15. Th. Room to b. sold goat 177. The taxes to b* Mil ..* *vldenred TAX IIKKnCkaplef
Miami
guest were C. J. Cleary, are evidenced by Certificate. WHO or br Certificate No. t(44 of IMI and. 17417-A 'ta af Itla-Flla III7IN NOTICE: or APPIICAT1ON tOil
district chairman of the Interstate last ..d ........... Uu for the r... ID!" recriminate Uiea for the roaN IMI ta lose, : .AIM I. h....., liven that Gram Henard. TAX Pr.KIkapler >
Col-: to IM. both 'Inclwln, amounting 1 o 601. both Inclusive. ..m..U.0 110 4ILoU .. holder of Kvrn adM Uralnan DUtrict. Too I, ( I7IIT_AcU of 1"I-P'1o 4 IMIN
Health Association, Mrs. C. R. Lot li. lunch, 4. Loveland Industrial Site, It to 14. both Incl,nlv.. Block I. :1.! Certificate Numbered TT44. dated the 7th I ,Hhw to .hereby given Ibal R. W eh"I ."*
ling Miami, member of the Dad Flit Book 12 Pair 15. Th. ta". to be said Plnrhumt Plat Hook 1. Pin 177. ThU day of July A. D 19W bas filed I said C.rtillate 1 holder if state and County T.a (', ..r..ta.
of the parent-: .N *.Id...... by Certificate No. 00415'' or County Council lost and repreaenu team for the yeses It45 of loll and represents toxin to nation for too deed to Roan them fat 19.'. New. filed uma In air atria, wad hainideaiplkallin I.
\ Teacher Associations: Dr. J. W.! IM to 18.8. both lnrlu.lv amounting to" the year 1911 to IMU. both lnclu.lv.amountlm .. araordano with law Said Crt'fleate am fie l tax deed. to '- I..'led
Broward 'eos to ISO.II. brace th* following described proper. .,. : thereon Raid Terllf teat* embra. the'
McMurray director Lots II to K niwli 4. Loveland Ini)".. Iota 10 and II Femora Ad Into sad In horde (:aunty, PliW .I., "wll' fallowing described .pmhertr In the Countyof
County health unit, and Mrs. Me trial Sl... Plot H.wk SI room ID The H ;meitcad. I I.rlH: kIi I'an S. Th..;. : IU Ft. :l'i.of WU at 8WV -I tI.... of ...."' .. twit
Mrs Laura C. Rogers Uu to be wild ... ...ik-nml by Ortlflnu /- team to ... cold Ir* evid.arwj; :;/ by I.rt If lent .. B. U ft. ft. fur V, I. Tenet 96. Now, (twat! and "Mr. 5W, Fla.
Murray ,
; No. IIutII of 1MI and rrpmwnU taxi No lutel uf 1927 and rei reeanU tots fui II. Township 18 mouth. Range 41 East Land Co Bub. 111 Honk 2..ose 17:
president of the Miami Business fur the years 1010 to 1980. both Inclmlvi.mounlln the years 1924 to 1989: both Incl vfviamountlni the count. .f ". le. 81.'. of Plnr da. : In Section I. Township St Houth, Ran 41
Professional Woman Club : to S22 s6. to I1H.OIgild The a .ea.ment ..f sold pruperty ..... Ka.t Mntelnltl' I Arctic mare .w I<_ In
and IM 17, I lees N 14 ft Block 4. Loveland tax ....Irlr.... together with allsubsequent the Mid o.rtiflrate Issued sea In the the Counts of Ihulc. "' ..* uf rlur.<.
Miss Clarissa Greene publicity director lndu.trll 81.. Plot took SI Poor II omitted or levied. lane will b. oft Unknown .m'l] The *_mon' if Mid ....'.."y olds '
for the Miami club: Mri Th. Kin to ... mid in evidenced by Cmtfl ..Id to the' hliihot bidder it the ('."r Unless, mod Crrtlflrat .hall be ml. .. the Ml,I ,*erl.f leal* issued uses In ,H .onto
..u No. HOT of 10SI and mlrw Hems In Miami, on the Sod day "f May Accordion to law. ux deed will Moue thereon or, W A. K.uffm.o
Mary Matthews, Miami nurse. toga for the yran list t.. imn both Inel 1119. bnlnnlnl at the h..ur of 10 ...clutlam oa the I4lh day of Mar. A II 19119, IInl.... Mid ."01Ifist..hall h., .t.mrd I,,
connected with the Florida State ,ilvr. .mo"nllm t 0 11.11. ,, .. "r a. main thereafter a* the Mini Dated this 'Oth diy i>f April. 1UJ9k I ac. ..rd,ni t* law the itiM..'..y '. .,. rlhedIhrrr
Lots II and 16. Palmetto Add IH.mi. In emitted In due II, FATHrHMAN ,n soil, I W ,..Id tu ,110' h.nbr. 'Una
Board of Health ; Miss Bee Watkins I .trad, I'In! Bk 7, PIIIV 110. Th taxes I may II.trd.. M nml. riorlda ci till the Utl I'lurk ,if L.atart. : at the C. rl h ".., d,.,* ..n the fi", MmK
Miami who Is formulating to be sold .rg ,vldfnrH by L .rtlfl"'HU' Ni of loa, I.*... \' un\) E'1.", 01. Axi II i'h. '" q, of JIo', 1,10: h Mh.
plans for the Lions play, and Miss yeses VUI to 1530 both. lmlu.1, nmt.unl Clerk Circuit Court. It N 'Tl'Hill' ,-I II Ua.rt II" I, der ,.1 April. I "
Fisher Princeton. Ins to US 12 I battle County Florida. A|" j' Mal F It 1.1 ATHIIIM '
Mary I I Lot II IIk t. L",,'In..d Industrial Sit.. I Circuit Court leal I I I, '. 'I" ." rt
Hospitals and other units where Plat Bock 12. I'.ne I6. Th. taxes U be,, lly JNO FKNNU. D C. NOTUE OP APPI A1IUN PI & Dale .. any t1 J.
i i
the sick und Injured are treated ..Id ore evidenced by Certificate No MM Publish A,,r, U. 21. IB I:'in. TAX llhr.ll r
pf and Kpntntt the ynr I I Oi.ptel IUIT.A... af U'I-.Pile A.1171 N, ('. oTI'HRIT-1
are vitally necessary to civilization I a.It.. 1II3V, both In :'j'.o.amounting M1TKK (IF HAIR; tf TAX IFKTIrl. Notice' I. hri.iy, v 't that Mottle A. ,IApr. It I; Mir_ I. K .

but just as necessary are the to l0 I I (ATE9 APPLUATIDN NO 4IMI ---- -
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I Lot 10 Block 4. Loveland Industrial 81'PI.t -." N,*ir* to "hereby live that Arthur M.yl
health unit which seek out and I Bacil 12 1'.g. 15 The team to ... cold i anent of the own.r. h.. filed with mi
by prompt and unceasing effort .r.. evidenced by Certificate No KOO! o( written ren."..t that the UK pertlfl,.iteitunlhcr
lost and rvprMvnU Uu for the ymr! with III .ubmiue omitted 01
curb and stamp out disease said both Inclusive. amounting I held
I I.ro.UU. levied ta.e> Includll the rear IUI9
Dr. McCreary.. "Health units an to Ir the 8UU be advcrtlred and cold to the
I Lota I to .1. Black I. Loveland Indu..
highest bidder fur moo a. provided hi
educational Institutions that teach trill site, Plat Book 12. Pairs 19 The. 1 Chapter 16209, "'f the 1937 Acts of the Lee-i
the doctrine of health and show the taxes to b* mid ant .vldtni by C.rllMcat ..I.....*. upon the following described real
to and that No. tltl of 1H29 and ..|>nwMiU "' e.l..l* III the County uf bade Stall ol ,
way happiness peace for the room 11)21 to HUD both .. ... Florida towllLoU t

accompany health." amputating I H7.IHUnnunb .1 11 and I*. McClaln Rub I Horn* I
Cost of health unit for Dad .ml Treat N of Lot II. Block .ted). Th lam to .. MM ar* avldiaeeilbr .
a Loveland: Industrial 811*. Plat Book Certificate No. sue of lit and ......
County would be approximately Pan IS Tk lass to b* sold ar* *eobl aced, mats bores for the yean IMI to 1911 butt
by Cwtlflcau No. 1461 of > and Inclusive. and 1185 to 1919. both lnclu.lv
$2 .000, part of which would be t:1: .
Mnta taut for the Woman 1929 to amounting to M7.91.
furnished by the state and federal lMlu.lv, amouallni to 1711*. .1 Lot I*. Block 4. Evolving, Adds. to MOM
it pointed out at Uanunbaral Tract N of LM 10. Block ILorolaiMl ....01. The tana to ... cold ara evl4....<.
governments, was Indiutri.l Site. Plat Book III. br COTtlfloate No. IMI of IM* and ...... I
the meeting To obtain the unit Pair It TIM team I* k* MM ar* art,_, cents taxes for the Waste Ion to loge. both .1

the county budget board and board br Certificate No. I4M of tllli and rp*>' /Inclwtv*. .''" ''M.
.I.'i' :
1 rene tots for the years ins to 1911. boll. Lot II. Block S, Adda to Hom
of county commissioners must Include ln.lu.lv amounting to 17170 I iUad Th Room to k. Mid ar* ,
appropriation for the Lou IS to 19. Block I. Boulevard Addn. br Certificate No 1141 of I9M .:d"i
an Plat Hook I. Pan ,a. The teem to b.. OI.ta team for the ,.... 111 la 1919 both
county part. of the cost The Kid ar* *.w...*.. by Certificate No 144'of inclusive. amountlni to 114.II. I

next budget will be prepared in less and roommate taxes for the room Lot 18 Block S, Eastman, Addn to Home
less to !0tt. both lnclu.lv. amounting .toad fn; taut to k* Mid I are evidenced I I
June to Sol.II. br Certificate... lli of loll and "
"I am In favor of the health unit : Lot S. Block I. Boulevard Addn. Plat ..... taiea for th* yeara IHIO to 1919 s '
Book I. Pain 98. The taxes to b* sold an ...... .*. amounting to 114,II. 'P"'I II
for Dade County, Mr. Chandler evidenced by Ortlflc.l. No. 1441 of 1921 Lot S. Block S. Fwlnn' Addn. to
said In response to Dr. McCreary's and r>pra*>nta taxes for the reap 1921 10 ....01. The' team to bt Mid ..* ..
198.. both Incl">tv.. amounting to 17.71. br Certlfcate 1141 of 19HI and
address "There Is a great need 1.0'II.. Block II Boulevard Addn. Plat lenu tune for "i... year. 1 0 Nr.i I

for It and I would vote ')'e.' If the Book I. Pan V8. Th* team to ... said an and 19M to lilt, .bulk. 1..1..,.*, amount.
vldcncd I br Certificate No 1471 .f IWI
68.
inn to !
question came before the board. and npnmnta ta *l for the yean 1D2I tolose. j Lot 1. Block I. Meetings A".In. to H.ime- I
Lack of funds stands In iU way both inclusive, amounting to11.96.. ....01. The' team to he wild are evidencedbr j
Late II and 12 Block 14. Boulevard.
Certificate No. 1141 of 1911 and repromnto -
just now. Dade County Is In bad Ad"n.I Hat Hook I. Ian 10. Th tot,' teua for the yean 19SI and

financial straits; iU tax structure to b* sold ... evidenced by Certificate No I Ivl to 1139 both Inclusive, .mm''I..1)
t47S of 1929 and represents tots for the: ta IIS,42.
is like a stack of cards-on the ymn tins to 1M9. both inclusive. amount Lot It Block I. E.I... Ad.In to H..me.itaad .

verge of collapse. If we do not ins to $14.96. The team to b. Mid are ovldenredby
Lou 14 Ui 16. Block 14. Boulevard I I Cartlfle.te No .111 of 1.8.d re|'re.irnU .,
get some relief from the presem Addn. Plat I Book I. Pan UK The txxm taxes for the ream IKS
legislature there might be a 50 I to b* cold ar* ivldcncrd l by Certificate No. Inclusive; mounting to III 17 And think what you get' Dual Center-Control Steer.ing -
S474 of 1929 and represents tease for the Lot 21. Block 1. Visitors A"Idn to H,.me.itead I
per cent increase in taxes next ycara IVIO M tU9, both inclusive. amount Th. taxes to h* cold are evidenced Handl-ShIf\ ael-enercl&hlit Hydraulic Brakes I

year." Inn to 12222 i I by Certlflr.u No .IH of loll and repre.lenU for handling ease wlde-vl.lon. Unilleel Body
LoU 10 end II. Block 14. Boulevard
taiea for the veara 1980 to 11)19 both
Ad..... Plat Hook I. Pan OX Th. taxes lnclu.lv. am..untlni to HH 46 by Fisher for safely Olds' exclusive Rhythmic

to b* cold ..* evidenced by Certifirsto No. Lot 14. Block I. Lincoln Park Th. Ride for comfort and a fast-stepping Beono-
JUNIOR PLAYContinued (471 of 1929 and repmenu taxes fur the totes to b* sold ar evidenced br Certificate Muter engine that saves mile)
room U28 to 1989 both Inclusive. amountin. : No. 6KJJ of 1929 and reprenenU tele forth you money every

to $29 3t.Lai yean 1921 to IM9, both inclusive. A Dole r.rsd Lansing, Mich subject toobange with.
Block' 18. Boulevard Addle. Plat : ?
,.,0..11.| to 17 M Frice
( From Page One Book tp. '. The taxes to be said sat I LoU II and ... Block I. Lincoln Park out notice. includes safety glass, bumper., bumper
..Id...... by l% rllfl at* No. 80" of 1911 1 Th* tots lo .. cold ire evidenced by Cerll'loate guards. span fire and tube. Transportation, state and Meal
man of fifty: Howard Crouse Bub end KpiVwata team for the pea.. logo to No Itll of logo and rep easel.Lax" taxes. if any op'on.1 equipment and soossores-extra.

Tolliver, a boy of sixteen; Kath- IIU*. both Incliulva amounting to Sll.71. for the. ran I9t to 1919 both In-, General Motors In.r.'m.nt Plan.
Lot t. Block *. Boulevard Addn. Plat elusive. amounting to 114.91.
leen Lloyd, Ellie May Beams, a girl Bask I. Pan 911 The team to ... aiild an Lot II, Block I. Frradi Addn. to Homa.
of fifteen; Charles Behrens, Red 1..1........ by C5rtlflnt. No 1451 of IB29 ....d. The team to he Mid an ivtdencedly In
and repreaenta ta>ea far the rear. 1921 to I I
1910
Cenlflcat No (1171 of and reprelenla ,
Fox a stout man of fifty; Mildred I I I. list.I both Lclu.lv. .amounting $7.7.. ..._ Rate the rear 191. to 1 loss. both

Craft, Sal Tolliver, a pretty girl): Lou, I la II Bloch. Boulevard Addn.. nclu.lv.. imninllni to 915.76.
Plat hook I. Pan I*. Th. tajm to h* Addn H..
I Lot I. Illock I, Kw t.' meitearf -
Clyde Chambers, Judd Tolliver, cold evidenced by Certificate No. lt.lif Motor
ir* Th. team to b* cold. ar evld' needir Flagler Company
mountaineer: Evelyn Chambers, logo and represents taxes for the yon Cert ricat* No. 1141 of loll and .......,
Hannah Tolliver In her 1921 to 1919, both Inclusive. amounting to 'cents team for the VMn 1910 I.M mad II P. McDaniel, Owner Horn Bldf Homestead. 114.
a woman
1211 14Lot .
I loan to 191. both lnclo.lv amountinio
late forties; Robert Rivers, Dave 11. Block II Boulevard A,Idn.. Plat 12..... 111
Bonk I. Pan 911 The teas to ... auld are
Lot 0. Mark S. Ewlnn Addn to Home
Tolliver a lanky mountain youth; .evidenced by Certificate No. 1470 of 1929 lead The ....* to be cold an evidenced I
Suzy Leggett, Loretta Tolliver a said .......... Room for the rear 1921 to .ir Certificate No. 1141 of 1911 and repre.lcents
1910 both lnelu.lv. amountlna' to 17.7S. teas for the yean lull. 1911. and
pretty girl: LaNelle Rogers, Anne 1.0'II and M. Block 10, Hoolev.rdUdn IM to 1119, both lnclu.lv amount. ta \

Saunders, a teacher from the .. Plat Book I. Pan 96. The teas UI.M.
to be auld 1 am evidenced br Certificate Noilll Bald UI certificates together withuhaniuent all ef
North Mario Borgardt Maw Fahn 1
; of 1911 and rinnu lam for the omitted or levlrd taxes will be
a wizened old woman. ,.... 1911 to I9M. both initiative. ... old l*> the highest bidder' at the CourtHouse
Ins to 120 I*. I. Miami 0. the lath day of M.,.
".". ""....."""""".""......""..".".......,,,... Lot t. Bock 10 Rouktvanl Addn. Plat 1989 beginning at the hour or Ten o'elorka. C
Pan 9S The team la h* mid ar* f -
look S m.. or M man tk.ee.fter a., the tame
..,........ by Certificate... l.ll of 19SI easy be fueled In due evura.
GLASSES Rod repreaenu teas for UK Yemen IMI to Doted at Miami, florid. this the 19th
1.11. both incisive. amountlni to 110 41. cia, of April 1919B. .
Lot II. Block I. Boulevard Addn. Put B. LCATHERMAN
look 1. Pan '1. The taiea to .. aold amtdenrd : Clerk Circuit Court
-To Keep .. br Certificate. I4M of Ivtt Dada County. riorldaCircuit .
wide. cad> reprvaenta taxes for the room I92H to / Court geallBr I Ito
919. both lnelu.lv. amountlm to lltMLoU JNO: FP.NNO.: 1). C.
AwakeDrat"Rets I and I. Block I. Boulevard Addn.. I Published. Apr II. Mi Mar i. 1919 ',wlyjl"Ft
Mat Book I. Pan 91 The u.e> to be
old ar evil. .need br Crtlflcat No. I4t4f NOTICE OP BALE: OF TAX CmTIFICATII _
u 1929 and represents team for. the rear Applies N.. 419
192A to III*. both ...IuII... anwuntlni Notln to hereby ales that I. H. Fish
to 114 M bas filed with ma written nauert that the
r Lot I. Stork I. Boulevard Ad In.. Plat tax aartlflratei totether with all luhrmueamltted ,
look ft Fan M. The taxes to be sold ar* OT levied ..... including tile real
.vld.ae.d br Certificate. I4M of 192: 1..8. bold" kr the Waste b* advertised. and
and represents taxes for the' year Iota to cold to tin highest. bidder for soon M p_
Ind (eNy9e awe $o eve- 919, both ln.lu.lv., amounUni l*> 17 71 sided' kr Chapter I.V.I. of the 1917 Acts of
strain sal fc* baiiha 6l.ul Said tog nnlflraua together with all I the Letblalura moss the following d..
have helped tkouMadt tp lrfl ubwment omitted Air levlrd team will be erlbed real otate I* the County of Dad.
old t* the highest bidder at tin Court!!
House Ill MI.mon the loth day of .Nor..
Dr. B. F. Stebbins 919. kntlnahw at the boar of Tea .lo.k
I tee> BJI., or aa want thereafter a* the aim Home
Funeral
I. W reached la dam eoura.Dated .. Turner's
Dr. L. W. Stebbins at Miami, Florida. this tile .Oth
day of April 1919K. .
SERVICE
24-Illt AMBtXAVCE! :
St./Miami a. lEATHERalAN: I 4
W Flatler
1225 a-
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Clerk ClrnUI Coart. Lad, AtUnJ.nl
Phone S-2S1S I Dada Cwialy. Florida. I
4w 3V ....." .yew. "-". eke 1toMoItp-..>> phone 584-Jl Homesteads Fla. 1 I 1 I
\., 11, INO. 'ENIIO. D. O. I
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Six -- THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday, April 21, 1939.Homestead .

Winners of Civitan Club was done by a committee of teach

Medals Are Announced ers.Billy Clark's theme will be en. ,.'

I High-Lights tered in a county-wide contest for
Medals offered by the Civitan seniors.
Club of Miami to the pupil in each
KITTEN BY MEMBERS OF THE HOMESTEAD JUNIOR HIGH a JOURNALISM CLUB of the four upper grades of high 1

1____ __ ____ BARBARA BURKE_ Editor_ _____ ___ ___ __ ._ ___ I some school phase writing.citizenship the best theme will on be Boogy: "Can Generous you give me a

awarded to Edna Becker of the definition "
of
a patriotic orator?
CLASSES PLAY BALL Senior Girls Attend
Girl Invited to Free to ninth grade, Jamie Richards of Woogy: "Well, If you want
my
Tennis Clinic at Beach The girls' physical education Town and Gown Club TeaOn I the tenth grade, Billy Moffett of definition, he's the fellow who's

classes are playing badminton, dia- the eleventh grade and Billy Clarkof ready to lay down your life for his
mondball and similar sports for the the twelfth grade. The judging country."-Pathfinder.
Saturday morning, April 29, at Monday, April 24, from 4 to

Flamingo Park In Miami Beach, next two weeks. 6 o'clock,the Town and Gown Club f'f.."" "" .". ......" ..
there will be a tennis clinic for The girls are continuing folk of the University of Miami is giving -
all girls' grades from five to dancing which they started the the annual tea for senior girls
twelve, The lessons will be given throughout Dade County. When Buying
first of the year. Old dances arc
free of charge by Bill Rice and
other professionals from the. being reviewed and new ones I The Homestead senior girls will

beach. Balls and lessons racket will will be be learned. The girls from thjj be Mrs.accompanied Margaret Maynard by. their and sponsors Mrs., a New Car---
furnished. The
eighth and ninth grades presented Gladys Webb, and by the home
given from 10 to 12 o'clock. I
several '
dances at last week's assembly room mothers.
All girls Interfiled in attendingare The ninth grade
program.
asked to uae8.Mr.. Maynard by did the Big Apple, and the eighth BEAT MIAMI Investigate Oldsmobile. Compare
TENNIS GIRLS
Friday, grade did the pretty partner '
The lessons will be given inthree The junior girls' ball team will' Saturday morning, April 15, at Price, Quality and Equipment.See .
divisions: first, for girls whoknow 1 begin practicing the first week in i I Miami High School, the H. H. S.
nothing at all about tennis; May. girls' tennis team defeated the for Yourself
second, for girls who play a little'I I II 'Miami team four matches to
bit: and third, for girls who have' I three.
NEVA KING COOPER SCHOOLThe
played in tournaments. I Girls playing for Homesteadwere
members In Mrs. Edwards' WHEN BUYINGA
I : Evelyn Sykes, Lois Pierce,
clans that I II
Lou
Mary
are
sorry
Rabbit and Chicks Add :1 I Musielwhlte is in the hospital and! Theresa Redd, Esther Rucker and USED CARSee

To Fun at Easter Party, wish for her a speedy Mary Pierce. t
:
I Mrs. Bird's room :lec 'enl I your Olds dealer for best valuesat

The pupils in Mrs. Thurman's new books from the downtown Senior Play PresentedTo lowest prices.
II
room had a splendid Easter party,' library. Full House FridayThe
complete to the last detalA I The garden for Miss Jackson's:
pretty white rabbit hopped aroundthe room is now complete and the chil-i "
room while the children en- dren are waiting for the first little, senior play,"Skidding, was : Special for This Week
before full house Friday
presented a -
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Joyed finding the eggs that were plant to come up. '
hidden In their home room. Real The sixth grade is dramatizing) night in the Neva King Cooper 1938 OLDS .j-I)OOR TOURING SEDAN; radio;
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little chickens made the party Ideal stories. Lilly Little, Hadene Gil- auditorium. money was, low mileage. Priced to sell
cleared from this play than from
and everyone had a good time. i mer and Barbara Miller put on a!
This party was given to them by short story for the grammar school I)any previous play.l f 1936 OLDS 4-DOOR TOURING SEDAN radio.
"Orchids" to the entire cast for ;
their teacher and the grade mothers assembly last week. !:
'' the excellent character portrayals,' Get price on this before buying anything.
Mrs Carl
Anderson Mrs Gen Miss Ray Is using a very interesting -, '
and to Director E. B. Blackburn.CONSTITUTION .
D. Ruehle and Mrs A. W. HutcliInson method to teach the stu-j i
dents the multiplication table. A I'I NOW LOCATEDIN
tight rope Is drawn on the RATIFIEDThe
HORNE BLDG. N. KR03IE AVE.
TO REPEAT PROGRAM board. If the student blacl'-j proposed constitution of, ,
Mewl of the Pan-American pro- table he can walk the rope, but If Homestead High School Student
gram numbers presented before, he misses he falls to the "ground" Council was ratified Friday by a
both Homestead schools and the and goes to a "hospital" which Isl,vote of 210 to 33. The election of j fla lEI' Motor Co.
Florida City school last Frldiy drawn on the board. officers will be held a week from
will be repeated at the P. T. A.Iprogram The pupils in Mrs. Cooper's class today. Each home room In both 1 OLDSMOBILE
Friday night The program -, are sorry that Connie Campbell junior and senior high school ratified -)
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outdoor stage. |I school because of Illness. thirds vote.

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Friday. April 21, 1939. THE LEADER. ENTERPRISE Page Seven


Saturday and Sunday at the By-' Mr. Johnston's patents. Col. and: during the winter, left for her 1
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rum home MM. H. W. Johnson home in Atlanta Friday. '

In and Around Mr and Mrs. J. A. Pollard had Mr. and Mrs JaJuClk had as Henry Schamano-left Sunday for \I

as guests on Sunday Mr. and Mn. gue""tt Sunday Mr.king* Mrs Jorda'n Palmetto. t i
J. Clark Taylor of Columbia, Mrs. Sprinkle nd Miss _
Tenn., and Mr. and Mrs Jack In- Sprinkle, all of Dania. Mrs. Geo. Sonnlchsen will leave
Homestead gram of Coral Gables Saturday to visit relatives In Paw
Mr. and Mrs. Carlton R. Singleton husks, Okla.Lawrence. :
Mrs. Helen Prescott has returnedto announce the birth of a seven-

her home in Atlanta after a pound son, John Douglas Jackson Becker has gone to
... visit with Mrs. B. H. Edwards.Mr. Memorial hospital In Miami. Ruskin, Fla.
Mr. and Mrs. Lee H. Lehman Jerome Hickson of Dartmouth Mrs. Singleton Is the former Miss
and son Clayton, will leave Saturday -, College, Hanover, N. H. Is visitinghis and Mrs. Lawrence Voll- Kathryn Cast Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Phillips and
for a two-month visit in' parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. rath of Orlando visited Mr. and family left Friday for Clinton,

Jacksonville, Chicago and Detroit Hickson.Mr. Mr. A. W. Hutchinson Monday. Mrs. Geo. Sonnlchscn will leave Miss

Rudolph Gossman; a senior at',Sunday for Oklahoma.
Mr. and Mrs.: H. A. Love of and Mrs. K. Knolle of Maine I Mr. and Mrs. Luther Woffordand
the University of Florida, spent :
Jacksonville visited Mrs. Love's who have been guests of Mr. and | Mr. and Mrs. Basil Goode will daughter, Miss Leonora, who
the week-end here.
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Sykes, Mrs. Msdcrla of the Dyches placeon ( leave tomorrow for Shelbyville, spent the winter at the Shanklm -

Saturday night and Sunday. Redland road will leave for the Mr. and Mn. Dan Williams, Mrs N. C. .__ I tourist camp left Sunday for

North this week. J. E. Davis and Miss Helen LivIngston Harry Martin son of Mr. and Ruskin.
Naomi Davis has as a guest
Miss left Tuesday for Arcadiato Mrs. Chas. G. Martin, underwentan
this week Mist Cleo Walton of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Stillman returned attend the state convention of Little Miss Milfred Severy suffered -
appendix In
Miami. Miss Walton and Miss Saturday from Melbourne the Woman's Missionary Society ot the Post Graduate operation Tuesday. a relapse and wa returnedto
Davis spent several days visiting where they attended the Methodist the Methodist Church. hospital.J. : the KendaU hospital for treatment -

Miss Davis' brother-in-law and conference to which Mr. Stillmanwas A. Pollard and Adrian Jacobs on Sunday Her conditionIs -
liter, Mr. and Mr. Robert Atkinson a delegate from the Redland Mrs. A. A. Massey has been in spent last week fishing in the reported to be Improved at

in Royal Palm State Park. Community Church.Mr. the Kendall hospital since Sunday.Mr. northern part of the state present.

William Kopp -returned to his and Mrs. D. Perrin Blake, and Mrs. Maurice Jenness of MNNMN-I.MNNN,-MNNMMNINNNNNMY.FLORIDA !

home last week after a visit in Jr., and J. M. Holferty returned South Miami are visiting Mrs. Jen- CITYBy WITHNATURQL
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Splndale, N. C., and stopped in yesterday from Tampa where they ness' parents, Mr. and Mrs. William -
Gainesville to bring his brother,t attended a meeting of St. John's J. Booth, this week. Mrs W. W. Severy

Howell, and Jack Hammond, students Presbytery. MNNNYNN.M I j GASV.
Otto Bernecker returned to his
at the University of Florida,!I Mrs. Roy Chandler's mother,'
to Homestead for a short visit with' Marion Plummer who attends home Wednesday from University Mrs. Antoinette Marohn of Euleta.is D. LVOV, 32 S'. Krome Ave.

his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. J.' the University of Florida, spent hospital where he had been receiving -, visiting at the Chandler home.
several days here with his parents medical treatment.
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Kopp. I last week. Mr. and M... Rudolph Mattson
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Mr. a -1 Mrs Livingston
have purchased the Ceo Sonnlch
Theodore Franklin, Tommy Collins '
Bailey Macey, John Frederick, Word has been received here returned ye... '+v from a business: sen house on Tenth street. CompleteLUBRICATION
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that C. L. Stone who recently returned trip to Jacksonville.
McDaniel Caves I I
Pierre and Bobby I Mr-M.IUn
to his winter home In Ash- Mr. and and fnm'v -
returned to the University ol Mrs. W. D. Horne retu! lied V moved from Homeitc .
by, Mass, was operated on for a Saturday
Florida the first of the week aftera her home Wednesday from Cnnal '
I I| ruptured appendix on April 13 M the I: neon home on
short holiday visit at their homes Point where she had had been Avenue B. I Dependability and operating

here. I I Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Armstrong visiting.Mr. I,, economy result from-rtiular
visited their son and daughtermlaw Mr. and 1\' .. Carmine Pi-pe and know
Henry Corbctt Jr., who has been and Mr.J:. A. Pollard and lubrication by torn who
Mr. and Mrs. Allun H. Armstrong son, Ronalu, have rented the most out
get the
truo'h.011
his uncle and aunt Mr. and Yvonne
visiting it'-ightcr, Miss will leaventxt '
Mrs. H. Collier, has returned to in Key West over the week- Tuesday for Bedford Vu., for Biockctt cottage on Tenth street of your Investment by securIng .
for the
his home In Cartersvllle, Ga. ',, end. a visit with : ..s. Polluid's parents,1 summer. a thorough lubrication Job

I l I I Mr. and Mrs.-R. S. Cark: and Mr. and Mr J. W. Gillesple, be-, Mr. and Mrs.: : Bob Burquln and from us. Our low prices
the weekend
Mrs. E. J. Dyal spent 73c
fore returnlnK'tn their homo In baby left Saturday for South Da- start at
little son, Tommie, Titusvlll and Saturdayhad
in on with their duught .. and son-in- Sweetwat' Tenn.Mr I kota after a stay of several months I
her
luncheon with daughter,' TEXACO
law, Mr. and M' .., P. E. Scott of Wolfe" ut the Palms Hotel. #
Iva, at Stetson University in De-, 11. S. Gainesville
-Miami..
Land. I n 1 on, Sklppy are visiting Mr. Miss Helen Prescott who visitedat One-Stop Station
___ Mr. and Mrs. Hough;;;; Easter let*I ..nd Mrs A. F. Arthur. the hume of Mrs. B. H. .
Mrs. Ceo. F. Archer of Key West,. DONE& KIsSAM. Props.N.
who was a delegate I to the American Sunday for a stay of.several wee* I Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Johnston returned i Oi'Iand Gum and his Edward'j Krome and 4th SU 1.t'la.
In the lake section. ,
Legion Auxiliary convention, to their home In Browns and J. T Underwood Homestead, .
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in Fort Lauderdale, spent the I Bird Hardee and Wm Butts left ville Tuesday after a visit with day for Ruskin, Fla. _
week-end in Homestead at the'
Sunday for a threeek stay In
home of her sot and daughter-in- the Lake Okeechn'j.u section. JIIIIIIIIiiHlllllllllllllllllllllll Iiliilllllllll Iliillllllllllllllllllllllllllllllilllllllllllllllllllllll IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII II IIIIIIIL

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I D. E. BashorT Hubert Hile Tlll-
Mr-w;:;:;
and J. Geronimo, man McVrayer and A. J. Thompson -
Mr. and Mrs. Edw.!: Norman, Mrs. went to Belle Glade Mondayfor

Frank Rue, Miss Ruth Fox and a five-week packing season.
Commander Geo. Crawshaw attended Mr. Bashor will return for the
the state convention of the week-ends.
American Legion and Legion AUX- i _
iliary In Fort Lauderdale on Thurs'I Peter and Bobby King of Brad-

day. Mr. and Mrs. Ceronlmo at- enton spent last week here with
tended on Friday, and Mrs. Fred I their uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs

Redd, Mn. A. W. Hutchinson and I J. R. Byrum and their parents.
Mrs. Rue went III delegates of the Mr. and Mrs. B. E. King, spent

local auxiliary on Saturday. I

Mr. and Mn, f.: J. Faust left
Sunday for Jacksonville from I PARALYSIS

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R. Rutland is recovering from, Chiropractic"Start
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Pare Eight THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE: Friday, April 21, 1939.





I . Social-5! Events in South Dade . .



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I 4! MRS. CHAS. E. EICHENBERGER] AGAINCHOSEN EUGENE CASTELLOW WEDS ( MR. AND MRS. GEO. N. WAKEFIELD GIVE

PRESIDENT OF REDLAND P. T. A. MISS MARIE CLATEBBAS I GARDEN PARTY FOR FACULTY MEMBERS
Eugene J. Castellow, son of Mrs

Mr*. Chas. X. Elchenbergor- was A short play, "Book Dreams," Eva Castellow of Redland Farm! Mr. and Mrs. Geo. N. Wakefield, Rice, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Bitter, Mr.
of the RedlandP. written and directed by Mrs. MaryD. Life school road, and Miss Marie. entertained the members of the I and Mrs. Robert Hester, Mr. and
elected president Nettles, librarian, was put on Claterbas of Danla were marriedIn faculty of the Homestead and FlorIda Mrs. Frank Webb, Mr. and Mrs.E. .
T. A. at the meeting Friday' by 30 school children. I Fort Lauderdale Sunday. City schools in the large and' B. Blackburn, Mr. and Mrs. J.

evening, and Mrs. Carl Llndgren Mrs. Leonard W. Haskln, presi-I The bride la a court stenog, fascinating outdoor living room of Q. Wynn, Mr. and Mrs W. R. Bird,
,, was elected first vice-president. dent of the county council, gave I, rapher. I, their home in FIske Manor Wednesday -'I Mr. and Mrs Harry Cooper, Mr.
Other officer elected were: vice- talk on library work. J. Q. Caldwell The bridegroom's parents were' evening and Mrs. B. O. Dye, Mr. and Mrs.
presidents, MM. Frank Hathaway lang several selections accompanied among the early homesteaders of Croquet and ping-pong were H. G. Thurman, Mr. and Mrs. Lon-
Mrs Larry Polk and Mn. D. K. by Miss Rebecca Fisher, the Redland section and he was I among the games enjoyed. I I nil Hood, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Frick,
Miss Katherine directed Beans baked in the outdoor oven' Mrs. Margaret Maynard, Mrs.
Thompson; secretary and Miss Fisher commu- born In Redland and attended the
Davit; and treasurer, Mrs. nity singing Redland schools. For the past year and hamburgers cooked In the'I Lawrence Becker, Mrs. Virginia
Hathaway. Mrs. Elchenbergcr: Is At the next meeting, on May 12: he has been employed In Fort 1 fireplace section of the outdoor Edwards, Mra A. A. Payne, Mrs.
a former president of the associa the officers will be installed and Lauderdale. stove were features of a supper I Ruth Soott, Miss Eula Ray, Miss
,cooked and served in an adjoining 'Mary Jackson, Miss Lob
( tion. Mrs. D. E. Basher, the a musical program will be pre- Behrens
president, presided. sented by Miss Fisher. GARDEN CLUB HEARS section of the yard. Miss Emily Jones, Miss Alene Ver-
i Present besides the host and coo, Miss Ellen Huff Bruce Scott,
I PAPER ON WILD FLOWERSMrs
hostess were: Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Bernard Hindman and Barbara
: LOCAL COMPOSERS TO HE noon at the home of Mrs Edward
W. D. Bishop and Mrs. D Hindman, Mr. and Mrs. C. Hagler Jean and Norton Wakefield.
; HONORED AT CLUB MEET1NQ Silling Mrs. Lee H. Lehman was W. Shctzllne were hostesses at a
: Local composers will be honored: elected vice-president; Mrs Geo.N. .
I meeting of the South Dude GardenClub
: guests and their compositions will Wakefield, secretary; and Mrs. Monday afternoon at the! HOMESTEAD B. P. W. C. HEARS TALK
be presented at the Music Week Henry Brooker, treasurer. Woman's Club building. I I ON WORK OF INTERNATIONAL CLUBSThe
program planned by the Wom.m's:: The Rev. R. F. Blackford gave a about
read
Club of Homestead for ill guest. I I talk' on negro churches Plans I a Mrs wild Bishop flower exhibit a paper which,!| work of the Intednalional Mlddleton of Miami, Mis. Antoinette
day program on Tuesday at 3 10 were made for tonight's fish fry 1 showed over a hundred varieties Federation of Business and Pro.I Marohn of Euleta, Mrs. T.,E.Kirby .
oclock I and for the parish supper on I within of 23! fessloniil Women's Clubs was de-I Mis W. E. White and !\Jr..
that distance
glow a
Mrs. R H Fitzpatrick and Mrs: April 28. miles from Miami. 1 scribed at Monday night's meeting I Anna Messersmlth, guests, and
W D. Bishop are preparing the I II Mis Blackford will organize a of the Homestead B. P W C by, Mrs C. H. Steffanl, Mrs. J. E.
I program and Mrs Harry D. Wolfe I young matron's circle, it was announced Mrs Geo. E. Deuel read an article Mrs. Dean Dowcll Sovlk of West Gauzens, Mrs Flora D. Myers,
and Mrs Annie Butler will be on natural wild life in Flor-, Palm Beach, state chairman of International Mrs Chns. Clinton, Mrs. Roy
liokteises ida that told how Florida has organized affairs Chandler, Mrs Lloyd Deitz
Mrs.
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Those present were: Mrs. Hubert to protect wild life against'the I
No however, of the large Jane Nesbitt, Mrs Lena Knowles,
Potter, Mrs. Lawrence Becker : reports
.i JUNIOR CLUB MEETS I ravages of glade fires and I and Miss Ann Lee.
AT COUNTRY CLUB Mrs J. A. Hooks Mrs. Helen reckless hunters that have too+ membership in totalitarian countries
Hackler, Mrs W. R. Bird Mrs. can be obtained, she said, because -|
1 Mrs. Ansel Barrow, Mrs Harold long a season. SORORITY PLANS
all mail Is censored, but the
Ruth Scott, Mrs. W. L. Vercoe, Mrs
Oxford and Mrs. Ovid Sullivan
Mrs N. G. Ball of the Indent SPRING DANCE
work of former has been for
Lehman, Mrs. Haas, the Rev and years
were hostesses to the JuniorWoman'
flcatlon committee showed specimens better understanding be- Plans for a spring dance to be
Mrs Blackford the hostess. peace,
Club it the Homestead and | ,
and
of Mexican flame vine held at the Homestead Country
tween countries and the bettermentof
The next 5, will I
meeting May
Country Club Monday evening on : asclcples. Mrs. Geo. E. Reed gavea Club were made at the meeting of
be at the home of Mrs. W. R. Bird.! womanhood.
After supper, bingo was played.
group of recitations. I Kappa Phi Delta Sorority Mondayevening
Mrs. E. A. Buchanan won the door Mrs. Vina Bettorley, state president
I at the horn of Miss
i Mrs. E. J. Norman will be the Betty
prize. MRS. FRANK RUB GIVES I spoke of the club's work in
I hostess on May 1, It was an- Brown. The club colors, blue,
CONVENTION REPORT
the state and the continued rise
Present besides those named
|nounced. gold and garnet, will be used in
were: Mn. James Bird, Mrs. W. At the Legion Auxiliary meetIng named In membership. Dr. Adele Hampton .I the decorations.
B. Caves, Jr., Mrs. L. B. Danaey, Wednesday evening In the;, Present besides those president of the Miami B. P. Present were: Mrs. Adrian Jacobs -
Mrs. Burley Dandy, Mrs. Bruce Legion hall Mrs. Frank Rue gavea 1 were: Mrs E. J. Norman, Sr., Mrs .W. C., gave a few Interesting read- sponsor, Miss Barbara Burke
Xnnls, Mrs. Robert Glenn, Jr., Mrs report on the Legion and Auxil-|I 1 Annie Butler, Dr. Irene Shanklin, Ings. Mrs. Cina Stewart presidedand I Miss Barbara Done Miss MaryI
Mrs. Jas. M. Dobbin, Mrs. W. H. Mrs. J. F. Hammett and Mrs.i
J. D. Perkins, Mrs. L. T. Proctor, lary convention In Fort Lauderdale I I Frances Arthur, Miss Mary Grace
Mrs. Herman Thomas, Mrs. Her- which she attended as I deleate.1'I'Haas, Mn. Harry D. Wolfe, Mn.1''A. C. Easton had charge of theprogram. I English, Miss Nina Dyal, Miss
bert Turner, Mrs T. J. Walker, Mrs. Ed. Norman, the vice-presl-i!Hollister. Sage, Mn Arthur Cude, *, I I I Clara Belle Stuart, Miss Claudia
Mrs. Augustus Wynn, Mrs. Stanley dent, presided. Mn R. J. Shepherd, Mrs. w:1: A pot luck luncheon precededthe Conner Misses Jamie and Betty
I Jones, Mrs. Pierce and Mrs. I
Wittkop, Mrs. C. R. Cruze, Mrs. !
After the meeting the members program. :.Richards, Miss Madge Thompson
Robert Darting Mrs. John Graves, attended the Legion meeting to Dunlop. Present besides those named and Miss Betty Brown.
Mrs Richard Huff, Mrs. Rudolph hear reports on the convention. I were: Mrs. T. Stone and Mrs. V. (Continued on Page Nine)
Mattson, Mrs A. M. Miss An Informal reception
Logan, Present were: Mrs. Wm J, Ge- was
| Betty Bowen, Miss Alice Hobson, ronimo, Mrs. Harold Sheffield given In the manse of the Home-
S 1 Miss Ellen Huff and Miss Pearl Mrs LaMar Kendrick Mrs. Rue'' stead Presbyterian Church Sun- THl7 ctt ORU6 STORIfir* &w*&fitUt, &t tow*
j Whltaker. and Mrs. NormAn. I day evening after the evening
I .
I services for Geo. Ricks of Richmond -
MRS. W. K. n\\9 ELECTED Mr. and Mrs. Paul Reynolds and Va.. a student at Union THE DIXIE DRUGHomestead.
PRESIDENT OF AUXILIARY Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Lance attended -1 Seminary who filled the pulpit on
Mrs. W. K. Haas was elected the annual picnic given that day, FloridaRUBBINGAirt
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1 president of the Woman's Auxiliary -I Wednesday for the managers and i!
of St John's Episcopal Church) office workers of the General Pub-,
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Friday, April 21, 1939. THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Pane Nine I


I County Council of Parents and mNN-NNN.NN M1mmm.Tli. o'iYNNmNNNY.NNNwYNxNNNNNNYm. I i I
Teachers in Miami Beach High I|I -

II I School. I II I The Redland Rattler il:
Social Events ,I Apr. 21. Meeting of Silver
Palm W. M. S. at Core home. I* By Efelly Engel and LaVelle Rogers
27.-Home I)!
Apr. Demonstration .., .,
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Club Achievement 1'
,. Day exhibit In'
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Central School, Miami. 'i Dr. Geo. I). Ruehle Gives I GIVE ASSEMBLY PROGRAM
AD ASTRA CHAPTER O. E. S. Anders o% ..conducted the dL VO. 17. I' Vocational Guidance TalkIn Miss Ruth Murray third and
Apr. -Meeting of Dorcas
CELEBRATE BIRTHDAY tionals. I
TO fourth grades were 11chirp of
Class with Mr. W. E. Lewis.
W. B. Caves, a charter member Present were: Mrs. Casper the grammar amblhI, week.
et Ad Astra Chapter of the O. E. S., Williams, Mrs. Vivan Booth, Mrs. Apr. 28.-Episcopal parish sup- assembly Friday morning the I The devotional were, led by Larry
will be the speaker at the meeting H. M. Gibbs Mrs. C. Hagler Rice' per.Apr. devotional were led by Lydia Bor- SaNer and Edmund Wright,and the
23.-Meeting of Townsend gardt The speaker whose talk
tonight when the twenty-sixth Mrs. Geo. Smith, Mrs. J. D. Redd, program was .announced, Bill
birthday of the chapter will be Mrs. Livingston and Mrs. Anderson. Club In Neva King Cooper School wa another of the vocational Scott. Annie Mae King recited I
celebrated.: Miss Alice Macomber auditorium at 2:30.: guidance series, was Dr. Geo.: poem. Six of the children sang
worthy matron, will give a reporton Apr. 28.-Triple H Club dance Ruehle of the Subtropical Experiment -: several songs. They presentedthe
the grand chapter meeting In GLEANERS PRESENT GIFT at Country Club. Station who spoke on the play "The Birthday Gift

'Tampa last week. Mrs. Lloyd, TO FORMER PRESIDENTThe Apr. 29.-B. P. W. C. benefit field of plant pathology. I Students taking part were: Ion

Pelts will sing, and Mrs. R...W Gleaners of the First Baptist dinner and bridge in Hospitality A play which had been directedby Jones, Helen Joy Bryant, Mary
Mulllns will give a reading. ; Church presented Mrs. Gordon House. Mrs. Nettles was given also.I Hiner. Phyllis Burk Dorothy Lei

IEDLAND CLUB RE-ELECTS : Ivey past president of the class, May I.-Meeting of Garden Club The characters In the play represented -I White, Marilon Harris Bill Scott
LAST YEAR'S OFFICERS with a gift at a meeting held Tues at home of Mrs. E. J. Norman. characters In different I Olin Walker Charles Smith and
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afternoon books. Prizes were given to the I Wilson Cash
of the Woman's Clubof I day at the home of Mrs. 1. I
All officers May Meeting of Junior'Woman'
three best characters Jessie Anderson
H. J. Kavner. Mrs. Evelyn\ Gossmon tap danced
Kavncr and I
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the Redlands were re-elected Club of Homestead.
I Mrs. A. A. Bussey were hostesses. I as "Mn WIggs of the Cabbage 'She was accompanied by Miss -
tt the meeting Tuesday afternoon I Mrs. Bussey conducted the devo- May 1.-Meeting of HomesteadB. Patch" won first prize; Alma' Fisher The group was then led
in the clubhouse. Mrs. B. A. Wal-|I tionals. P. W. C. Jane Lindgren as "Jane Eyre" won
din Is president; Mrs. H. J. Arm-I The next May 2.-Homestead P. T. A. executive I the second prize, and William I accompanied ,
meeting It was an-
strong and Mrs. Geo. Jr"1 nounced committee meeting at 2i Hampton as "Arrow Smith" won
would be held 18
vice-presidents; Mrs. Frank Still- May at May 2.-Busmen meeting of W.I i the third prize.Committees.
the home
man recording secretary; Mr.; of Mrs. J. Lee Smith M. S. In Methodist Church. I I
and Mrs. C. R. I
Cruze and Mrs.
Clna Stewart, corresponding secretary
May 3.-Mel'tine of Legion Aux
; and Mrs. E. A. Carter,)! Smith will be hostesses. iliary. I! Appointed [ V IM\1
Those present were: Mrs. H. I
treasurer.. : May 3. -Meeting of Redland To Plan for Class Day,
Schauberger Mrs. C. L.
Slanton
The house committee is composed -! Community Club.
of Miss Estelle Turner, Mrs. Mrs. H. Collier, Mrs. Dexter May 3.-Meeting of Legion Aux. Commitees have been appointedto r
Home Mrs. J'
Russel
Fred Kufeldt and Mrs. Eby. Home Mrs. iliary. plan the senior class night pro-;, ..
Alex
Present besides officers and Lanier Mrs. Philip Reams, May 6.-Kappa Phi Delta dan<' gram. They are as follows: class r ,
Mrs. A. E. '
house committee were: Mrs. Sey- Campbell, Mrs S. L. May 8.-Meeting of Monday) history, Neva Lett. Alma Jane'
mour Dane and Mrs. Mahan. i West, Mrs. Clifford Campbell, Mrs. Music Club at Webster home. Lindgren and Bobby Ames; class)
The next meeting will be on 'Henry Olsen, Mrs. W. B. Caves, May S. Meeting of Episcopal,' will, Marjorie Campbell, Emily
Jr., Mrs. Smith, Mrs. Ivey, Mrs. !
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May 16.TRIPLE. Auxiliary with Mrs. W. R. Bird. 1 Engel and Billy Hilnon; class poem,
H CLUB PLANS Bussey and Mrs. KavneyThe p. m. : Elizabeth Sage; class prophecy,;' PIM4' / J I

May 12.-H. H. S. junior play. I Margaret Griffon Wilma Landrum
FOR DANCE AT CU'BIIOUSEAt Woman's Missionary Societyof Edward Burr. feu "do AlnoV sea
May 16.-Meeting of Gleaner and eon JaW
the H Club the Silver Palm .
meeting
Triple Community with Mrs. J. Lee Smith. I kale caller| It !has been gtvwiBwlton a
'Tuesday evening at the home of Church will meet with Mrs. i
.. Ir.wq .
May 18. Meeting of Woman's l'e11llQW. *
Martin Bishop it was announcedthat Core next Thursday at 2:30: Miami Pastor SpeaksOn
Harle'l Club of the Redlands to handle and loots Imlft
$17.20 had been cleared at I Evils of Alcohol
May 18.-Meeting of W. M S. all Urn*, We raaommMid
the dance given by the club last! The Jennie Lobdell Circle
: circles.
Friday evening In the Homestead W. M. S will meet at the home of 1 TUE'sdarternoon ReB M Shelton Thermique Croqulf nole
May 19 Homestead P. T. A.Dr. .
Country Club. It was decided to Mrs. Bruce Ennis Monday evening':, Montgomery of a Miami Methodist Waxes

have another dance at the same' at 7 o'clock. I P'" Church gave an interesting and L..I TI.I. M.rlnells Car

place on April 28. Harris John- ,....,.." ..,"' """"""' """' ''',.,,,,..,,,,,,,,,,.,,,....,,,,,1 Leonard \\ HasMnGLASSES educational talk on the e\iU ot attire .
son's orchestra will provide the 1 aeeeisliRina In T. r..I..tI. I alcohol. People think that alcohol rUICC'S BEAUTY
music, 1 The CalendarApr. Vilune and R.esolns .r help to digest food. but het punut

All members were present. "...,..,"' "'.."".""...,....."'"" "."." I I that this iii not true He showed PARLOR
I 21.-Meeting of 'Redland Ml N. R. pint 81, Miami Fit Hut bread and beef when put in 1MI McCmr Arr. .4,--Alln MtkMii, v
B. P. W. C. ANNOUNCES + ,
Completely Air C.ndal.nedC.nnient Oes.r OMrnt.'
BENEFIT DINNER AND BRIDGE Home Demonstration Club at :30.: \ Terms alcohol] become hI'd.1111"! tru\ 1'h.n. ....W'liilllllilllil .
.. stay oft ashen put in water
21. of Homestead
A benefit dinner will be served Apr. -Meeting ,

by Hospitality the Homestead House B.on P. Saturday W. C. in,' P. T. .A.Apr. .21.-R. H. S. Junior play.I llll111111111111111W1111111III1111111111111111111111111111/ : / / / / / .1111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111/ / / / / // / / .111111111!

April 29, from 5 to 8 o'clock. Mrs.' Apr. 21. Episcopal Church,
A. C Easton Is chairman of the' benefit fish fry at Lee It. Lehman
dinner committee. home.
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Apr. 21.-Meeting of O. E. S.
A benefit bridge party will follow / Asx =
the dinner. I 1 Apr. 24.-Meeting of Jennie 1 5
Lobdell Circle with Mrs. Bruce
REDLAND P. T. A. TO BE Ennis.

IN RADIO PROGRAMThe I Apr 25.-Guest day program of
Redland P. T. A. will join Woman's Club of Homestead = =
in a radio program over WIOD at Apr. 25.-Composers' and poets' = a
10:45 a. m. Saturday. day at Woman's Club building at =

PEARL D-'VlSClaCLE IS NEW 3:30.Apr. = =
26. Meeting of Dade
NAME OF W. M. U. CIRCLEW. i
M. U. Circle Two decided at
1U meeting Tuesday afternoon at Homestead B. P. W. C. a EE
the home of Mrs J. A. Daughertyto
be called the Pearl Davis Circle. Full Course Dinner == ==
Mrs. A. S. Moye had charge of a = =
program on "Building." =
Present were: Mrs. D. L. =
5to8p.m.Saturday .
Bowen, Mrs. Geo. Ranson, Mrs. J.
W. English Mrs. H. D. Heath Mrs Apr. 29 +
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Lula Free Mrs. Daugherty and I =
Mrs. Moye. IIIHospitality

The Molly Wlngate Circle met
'Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. L. D. House =

leader Wyman., presided.Mrs. J. The A. McNeill group made the 35cFollowed I How Would You Like to See Your |

plans for beginning work on a
5 sa=

Quilt Those present were: Mrs. Win- by 1 Dream of a Home Come True? IH

gate, Mn. Mathilda Williams, Mrs.
Bessie Showalter, Mrs. Robert Bridge Party
Glenn Mrs. J. L. Ballard, Mrs
Edw. Hobson Mrs. McNeill and

Mrs. Wyman. 8-12 p. m. Prizes HElm probably is no reason why you should not be in a |f
The Marion Fleitas Circle metthe T
same afternoon at the horns of 25c == picture like this.! The FHA insured loan can bring it about
Mrs. S. E. Livingston. Mrs. John 1 >_ =3
S3S

. .. .. .. I ; -and we will be glad to assist you in Retting: such a loan, which ==

REQUEST.{ I! =5

;H you can pay back as easily as you pay rent. Come in and taUo'r.:5
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BEAUTIFUL NATURAL PERMANENT WAVES '' j. Homestead, Fla. 01 1. Ifr Phone 62
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Ing u $11.11.-- ........ Raw* I* Loot OMIalnlng i i III. both lnelu.lv. amounting to M 18. Ronnie .EuU containing 1 Acm mora
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Lnu 1 to .-llTaTTM lubdn' of Sodium rm.h.'ractive mor ar 1_. The UKM to ... Mild ,: Tract I*. Section I*. Township II Boutkinn I i or Im. Tho tams to are
LEGAL NOTICES M. Towiuhl i tt lunik. !Rann' 40 Fart. son.taint ... *.\do..*.. by trtlfk-.t N. 1717 of' I* Eut conUlnlng 10 Acm mare .I d.ncad .by Certificate No, 'loo. toll :
leea. laiMk IMI and ..P........ taxes for the. roars Inn we Im. The taxes u be ara evidenced represents U.M rw the ( to
) a*K4'4. Cecil(::.. No. to 1_. bulk Inclusive, amHintlng. to M.U. ky Certificate No It* 0I"\lease and repre.1 both 1.0..1.amounting .. .
NOTHH or SAI or TAX NO.: ccBrtruCATM. 4111 .11 a In'low"I'la"arrishigoot. Tract II. section IT Township U &.Oak unto taxes for the Years 1917 la 1919 bothl, Lo. I to B. and II t. II In SE't.
APPLICATION ,... logo to ItM: botk .. I* Eut containing 10 Arm mom inclusive. mounting to I* It. .. .. of Bactlok I. Township II SouthRinn .
Native' k berriry given that Herman Heard. ins to HIM I I I.., I#... Th. lane lo be Mild ore evidenced Tract II, Section II. Town.hlp t: 8.0th.I I 40 F.... conuinlng, 80 Acm m...
h. filed with n written ra<|"..t that the I starts 9 and 10. In SW' Bubdn of Sec by Certificate No. Wl tt IMO and ivpre.nU King* lit Eut maintaining lo Acre mure or 1_. UIM h. b* told ore rvldenr' ,',I
tax rartlfltaue together with ill ..utawwnlmilled t lion 26 Town.hlp 11 South, Rann 40 Rut >. ..._ fur the years IMIl to 1M.. both or..... The UIM to be said ire e,Idenced. by Certificate No 844 of 1911 and repr*
ot levM u_ Including the roar containing to Arm mora or Im Tne lnclu.lv. .mounting to II 07 by Tertlflrau No 11)0 of 1921 .id reprrenu ....t. taxes for the Years l'8o t. 1919, bill.
IM. haloh, the owe ... adverllud. .n.l... team lo be mow ara vldead by Crttfl- Tract Section 27. Township It BoulhRann UIM for the years lilT ti 1919. both Inrluihe. amounting, to IW.40.
child to tIN klghMl bidder fur cash .Avon p.of rate No 674 of IMI and represents taxes I* Ka.t. containing I I" AcrM more lnrlu.lv. amounting ti Wot. Lots > to 11 and II to II li SFBubdn ,
waited by Chaplet IMM "f the log de. for Ihe years IMO lo IM*. .kotk inclusive, Or 1_. Tho taxto be wait a" evidencedby vat Tract II. Rirtlin 19 Town.hlp 82Bouth of action 8. T"wn.hlp rJ fautot. ,
I ....I.t..... upon the fulliiwlnir imniinllng lo 111.77. Certificate No. SOS of 1027 and nprrMnu II.".. II Eut containing t Acre R..". 40 Ka.t ntilnlnn Ml Acre vn.i,..
ITrlhed ml metals Ithe Uiunly of Dad.BUM Led. 28 and 14. In lat: Bukdn. of See- taxes for the >nr. 1118 to 111. both mora or 1_. The them to b* .old are evldenred or 1_. The lane to b* ..Id ara .vlden,'.'d
of florid act I 1""Halt in Town.klp. 11 Bouth Hong 40 Fart.nUlning IncliuKe am...actions Ui \1.11.. by Certificate N",, Ill of I01 and by Certificate No III of 1911 and reprrnu .
W%. action 10 Township M South, ". 111 Arm mora or 1_. Th* Tract II. Bubdn N'' Borlloll 17 Town transmutation UIM fir the ,..... I91t to 1981 UXM for the Yemen 1910 I.... bun,
Ban, M Rut. containing Sao Acm manor inn; to he mid ara evidenced. by C.rtlfl. ship It Boiith Retire I* E..I, containing buth amounting to 11119EV inclusive. amounting' to |49.IT t.
..... TV laxw to be wild Are mlenred rate Nu. Ml of lUll and _........ taxes 10 Aim mom or 1_. Th. taxes to be aoldar. ,I.r''i: 1. election 19 Town.hlp "I
Lou
.f .M onto' Inclusive evidenced Certificates No 101 of 1111 I to B. and II to 10 In NEli,
by Certificate No 916 1 fiir the yean IMO to loss, both by South Rang. IV Kut containing t Acre
r.."r-enh. taxes for all. years logo to 1MB"' mMinting I.. Ill.77Lota and top....nts taxM for the Comes 1MK to mora or I.... Th. UIM to b. .old ara evidenced Buhdn of Section I. Township II South
bulb Inrlttilve amounting t. 1104 18. I 1 I I to 4K. lllork I. Amd. Plat Fiorina ItM. both Inri.....,. amounting to III II. by Certificate No. 171 of 1917 and Hans 40 East. maintaining I Acm mum
j.Section in Tutorship HI Houtk, Park Wing part of UK', of NW,. Bee. Tract 12. Section 17. Township II BoulhRang. repmenu, taxes fur the year. 1921 to 1>*11I. o less. Th. ....tu b. .. ira .vld.nrrd
Range M r.... containing MO Acm mor.or .'' tun to Township 12 South Ring .". Ill Fait containing 10 Acres mora both Inclusions, amounting to: 19 nil. I by CirtlflciU No, lit of '01 and repre.wnu .
In. The UXM K. "b. will ara rvlenred I The Uxr to bead ara evidenced by Core or .... Th. taxes to be aold are .vhtanndky Tract 17. action 29. Township 12 South team for ih. letters 1911, both
.by certificates No 411 of 111 I tlflralr No 17* of 1991 and moment Uxnfur Certificate 1'1.. 101 of 192. and Cetisent@ Ring* IV Ke.l. .onUlnlng 10 Acm mora 1..lu.I. mounting to $911.441).
represents team for the inn logo to the ..... 1990 to IMV. both Inclusive, ta>M for the "... 1H7! I to 1VI, both or i Im. The taxes to b* Mild ira evidenced 1 Lou I to 12. and tl I lo 14 In NCV,.
bulb lnrlu.lv.. amounting to IIT9Ml.ou UI"I mounting to I* 01Luu lnclu.lv. amounting to I*.tl. by Certificate. Not Alai of 1921 .nd repre.eent. Suit of Section i. Township M Boulh
I k> I >nd II to W In NEH 8 I I to 49 Block. t. Amd. Plat Flurana, Tract II. Ruction 17. Township It South taxes for the Section 1917 to I9IV, both Range 40 Eut Containing t Acm mora
of Hertlol II Township II Smith. Park being part nf NE'. of NW 4. Section Range II East. containing 10 Acres mora lnclu.lv., amounting to '11.I1. or Im Tha ta... to be .. evidenced
40 but aonlalnlng w Arm man or Int.Th .'''I.. Township II South. Room 40 J.... or Im Th. taxes lo be wait ar* evidenced Tract II. Section IV. Township II South ky CartlflraU No 149 of 1911 and repre.enu .
ta." to ... sold ir* vMencd. b Certificate The team to b* Mild ara evidenced ky tec.tlflr.le by Certificate No. II* of 1127 and convert, Ring I* Eut containing lo Acm mora taxes for the yean 1980 to 10... both
Mo 111 of lost and reprawntiI.IM No. 190 of 1981 and represents taxes 10." taxes for the team 1926 to IMI, both or I..... Th. UIM to k* mid are evidenced Inclusive, amounting' to 14*.17.
for the yen... 180 to IM*, both Inlu.lv. .: for the yrara I960 to 18. bulk. Inclusive, lnrlu.lv. amounting to "1.11. 1 ky Certificate No. 171 of 1927 and reprawnu L I I to S. and II to 10 In NWU
., amounting to IM:II. I mounting to 16 01. I Tract 14. Section 17, Township II South taxes for the yean 1921 to I'''. both of Section .. Township II South,
Lots I to It .nd II to 14 In NFH Lou I to 48. Black S. Ami Plat Platens Range II Fart maintaining 10 Arm mora lnrlu.lv. amounting to 111.II. Ring, 40 MinUlnlng, Acm mora
Subdue of Seetloa M Township II Smith Park brute part of NEH. of NWIJ. .BertlonIII or 1_. The taxes I to k. aold ore evidenced Tract II. Section 89 Township II South or leak s.. to k* 1 ra evidenced
Ranch, 40 Kill containing M Acm more Township II South Ring 40 Eut. ky Certificate No. I7U of log and rrpr, Range I* Eut. conuinlng I* Acm mora ky trtflraU! No llo of 1911 and realm
or 1_. Th. team to ... Mild ore Th. taxes to b. Mild ara evidenced by Cer. M>nta team for the ,.... 1.2110 111, bolhlnclu.lv. or .Im. The taxes to bead ara evidencedky Plants Came fop the yean Hill to Its.. both
br lrllflrU No 121 of 111 .. %$first. No. Wl of loll and repmenu taxes .. amounting to 111.II. I Certificate No. 401 of 128 and repre.wnu ,Inclusive., amounting to 19* 40
-... taxes for the yean long to .id.n..1 I for the yean 1980 to loss, both lne.lu.lva. Tract 11, Bubdn N%. Section IT Town Uxn for the Years l IIIIT U 191*. both Lots
""'I....... amounting to Iii 45. amounting to 1601Lou ship II Bouth. Range I* Eut. containing Inclu.lve mounting I to 1981Trart to ago and II. II and 14. In NWi,,
loans I I to 4. In NWVt. Public. of I u 48. Black 4. Amd. Plat Florani 10 Arm mor or.... Th. tain to ... wait 20. Section I*. Township U SouthRing. I Bulletin R..or.too.. of Section. I. Township II Boulh,
t;. Township It South. Rang 4., Bart.ronUlnlnr Park being part of NE% of NW %. Section are evidenced. by Certificate, No. 167'of lull I* Eut containing 10 Acne mora 1_ That Containing To Acm ..o
I to Acre nora or Im. The i 16 Township II Smooth Ranga 40 Euttlflrat and represents trump for the raises nil to or I.... Th. taxes to be Mild are evidenced taxes to be Mild ara evidenced
Smash to b. Mild are evidenced br CertlflMI I- The team to he mid am evidenced, b. Vera tut*. both lnrlu.lv. amounting. to It tl. ky Certificate No. 170 of lose and reprawnu by Certificate No. Ill of 1911 and repre
*. him UT of lost and repmenta UIM I *, 1'1.. GAS of 111 and misestimate taxes Tract II. Section IT. Township II South Uxn for the ,.... 12* to I..). both 10.Inclusive" team for the yein 110 to 18*. both
fur the years 1980 to 1918. both lnclu.lt., for the ynra 190 to 1919, both t..I....... Ro.... II Bart. containing lo Arm mom Inclusive, mounting to 16 IT inwuntlna to III.41.
mounting to 111 HI amounting U l. 01 ,I or l-. The taxes to b. auld ar* evidenced Tract II. Bukdn of Nd( Section ttTownihlp Lot I'. In 11%. Subdn of Section 1,
Lines all to I. In NWU luhdn of Section LoU I lo 48. Hlock I. Amd Plat ..... by Certificate No. (71 of 127 and npr.j II South Range I* Eut. con.Ulnlng Township 11 Iout. R...40 Exist aonUlnlng .
tl Township II Range 40 rut, containing Park bring part of Nl"4 of NW 10. Section seat Cause for the ,.... 19M to IM, both 10 Acm mora or 1_. Th. taxes 10 A. .. or Th torn
III Arm mom or 1_. The taxes 16 Township II South Rang 40 rut Inclusive, amounting to 111.01. I I to be Paid ara evidenced by Certificate No. to ka said ara evidenced .ky Certlflcit No
to ... Paid. .r. evidenced by Certificate NoKM The taiee to .be mid ar* evidenced by Cer. Tract IT. Bubdn fills, Section IT Town 108 of 12 and repmenu UIM for the 1010 of 111 and represents taxes for the
of lost and represents UXM for the allocate No. Illl, of 1981 and repmenu, texas ship 61 Boulh Ring I* ta.t containing yean 128 to 198. both Inclusive, amounting ..... 112 119, both inclusive, amount
shoure loin M lost. both Inclusive' .rnumtln > for the years logo to 1989 both inclusive. 10 Acm mom or Im. Th. taxes to b* Mild to lullTrart ing to .1.
> to IX M amounting to 16 ".. i I ... evidenced. ky Certificate No 4M of II Subdn of NVi, action I*.1 Lou I I. and II to 10 In BWV,.
Lace and 10. In NWU\ Rubdn of teflon LoU I ta 4H. Black I. Amd Plat FkiranaPirk lull and rrprnrnta ounce for the years Township tl Bouth Bukdn of Section I. Township It Boulh
11. Township II South Kanm 40 K..t. being part of N Eli' of NWh. Bertlona 1010 to 19. both Inclusive. ...ou..tl.. to Ulnlng I 10 Acm ..Ro.7.:1 Rang, in Estate containing 10 Arm mon
Hinulnlnt to Acre more or..... Th. Township M South Range 40 Ka.t: Illl I 1 to be wait ire evidenced by Certificate 1'1..1 or I.... Th. UXM to k. Mild are evidenced.
t.... .o bo Mild .!* evidenced by Certificate. The Uxn to be Mild ar* evidenced ky Cer.tlflraM Tract II. Section IT. Township U Bouth' 111 of 1926 and represents UXM for the ky Certificate No. lit of lUl and repre.wnu .
N.,. hit of last onto r.prr enu tax" for Nu. IH4 of loll and reprmnUUmfor Ring Id Fast. containing 10 Arm more vein 121 to 1989, koth Inclusive. mountIng -I II. team fur the yean 1911 both
the Years 1VKI to "30. both lnclu.lv.mountlnc .. the Prove 1910 to 189 bulb Inrluilvamounting or 1_. 1'h. team to b. Mild .... avldrncvd to 111 01 Incliuiv. amounting to 190.II.
to III.TT. to 16 01Ix by Certificate No. 104 of I02H and rvprrrnti Tract to. Section 10.. Tnwn.kln 19 ikililhRanga Lou 0 to It end 11 to I In NWI.Rubdn ..
loops II and It. In NWVt R hdn. of Bee. u I to 14 SI F..t. II W Mt and ID to > ta>M for the years, 1027 to 1M.. both 19 Eart conUlnlng;; 10 Arm ;;;;;;; of Section I. Township It "u.l.
lion II Tnwn: >hlp i II South Kinn 40 Ka.truiilainlng 41. Hlork 7. Amd. taint Plnrann Park. bring. lnrlu.lv. imounllng to 10 56. I or 1_. Th. taxes to b* Mild ara .. R. 40 Fart eonulnlng HO Acm
III Acre mora ... .itThe part of lat: of NW %. rVctlun 28. Town Tract 20. Section tl Town.hlp 12 South. by Certificate No. 971 of 1980 and -1 or 1_. Th..o b. Mild an ..td... 4
lain I" be Mid. an. evidenced by Celtlfleat, ahlp II Hnuth Rang. 40 Eut Th. tn>Mti Bonito 19 East containing II" Arm mom wnu UXM for the Yemen 1929 to by certificates No til of lost and Mom
No thi vein IMO to 1989 both Inclusive mail if lull and rrprewnu taxes for the by Certificate No. 6T2 of 117 and rcpr.nu .. Tract tt Silxln nf N'n. Section IITownihlu Inclusive, amounting to 11149
nounlliig to IIITT severe Illlu tu lUlU. both 1..1...... antotintInn .. taiM for the years Kill to mill bulb tl Siuth R.... 19 Fl.t "' .- Lou 1 to H, and II to to In BE',.
...... II to to In NW(,, Foollooln.1' Brr' 86.116. lnrlu.lv.. amounting to 1\1.40. Whiner' 10 Arm mora or 1_. Th. Uxra Subiln of Section II. Town.hlp M laucthBonito
then its. Township 12 South Range Ill I..... I to 48. Black. I. Amd Plat Homnnlark Tract 11. gubdn, N',,. Section 17. Town to b> .old ira evidenced by Certificate No 1 40 Fart containing 8 Acm m.r,
Kut containing 40 Arm mi r. or IMB|I' bring part of Nil" '" of NVVi,gallon.. ship 12 80111 h. Ringr 10 Fa.t containing till of 100u and rpmenu taxes for the or 1_. Th. than t.. b. .. are anid..4,
The: UIM to he sold ar* evlilmced I : fir Ur 16. Township 69 Sai Range 4" Feet.The 10 Acres m.... or Im. The t.... tu u. .01,1 1 years letH to 1989 both lnclu.lv. .mulI." by Certlflrit No 184 of 1981 and rtpr
I llfliale No Ml 'If repmenUIxra tasm tn ho sold am evidenced by Cottifivatis arm evidenced! by rrtlflrilc Nu 491 of law I to III.II. I cents taxes for the rents 1980 to 1919 both
fur the yran JfftiiA: ,.. both Inil -I 1'1. e08 Of BUI I and roloymeniatn. 1911 and represents taxm for the years Tract 26. Section 19 Town I' ,..100"" ., mounting to .nl.11
'hoolvase amounting Io ... fur Ihi. yi-irn, lulu In I9III both In. IMO\ oil 1999 kith Inrlu.lvr amounting to ship 12 Saabdi.N N 9 Kut containing LoU 9 to 12 and 21 to24 In lE',.
I.a.ut( Old II I. NW' Rubdn of Sec ..'".1.,.. ami timing to lint in.III 10 Arm more or I.... Th. taxes to be gold Rubdn of Section *. wn.hlp It 1".. "
lin. 82 Township 12 1I..b. lt&RUI441 'r.... I I. Subiln N'i, !Section o. Town.hli Tract 23 Rrcllon 27 T......"". !12 South, .rr evidenced. by Certificate No 1X01 of lI.n.40 East. i niiiini, -u Acm ."-
rtn.t ninulnlnii 10 Acres mire or ICM I fit Nitwit Ra... no East: contilrefinn; III lUnvr IH 11:..,. containing 111 'Acrn meant 11188 and represent taxes for tin yv... I. The Uxe. t. bi ..Id arc .> idri..K|
lie tain 10 h Cold ire rillcnccd by Ver.I Alarm more n. I.... The taxtat br ,0101 or liThr taxes ti. .br multi are i-vld.nr 1982 to 191. buth inclusive, im.untlne to by Urtlfkitr Net U,5r- I1JI and row." .
tti.tr ill". 612 if Illl and reiirwenb in i vl,.Inn wd by Certificate, Ni. 211 of by Certificate No IVS if I92K mil m.rrM 1910N'a. >,nl. tixn fir Hie )...,. 1 Pilo U 11IS9In. 1 h ''h, I
lit' '. fir the year. 191) to 11189 both Inil RON anti mproessonte, tax. r.or the year.total >... t.u> for the ,..ro 1027 to 19ID .bothlnrlu.lv. Tract 21. Subsist. of N>,. Section 2K lu.Ivr. am"tinting t" lift IIAM .
I".ne, amounting, to. 111 I 1 77. I II ti. 1989 both liu-lu.lve amounting, loIK .. amounting-. loll wn.hlp U South 110... 19 Fast.: ,',-nUlnlng : 8,.ctlon 111. T"w"hlp r,- Routh. RiIV I .
I I...'. 1* and tl. In NW 44 .11...." of Sec.1 11Trarl.I. Trait 21 .Brctlin 2' Township. 02 South ; 1 Acre mora or .... The taxes 411 rasa. containisear fiell o]1., <
tl". 11. Township It South. Range 40 hutnulalng .I II 2. 4 to a. 28 to II Scrtkn HTi Rang. 10 Past: conl.lnlng 10 Aim muror to br sold an evidenced .br Certificate No taxis tu kr .old are evidenced. by I ',
HI Acm mora or lou m1r. tvnihlp tl Boulh Hinge 19 hut ronulnIni I.... The taxes ti. W mid' art rvldrnrnlhy 171 and are Uim, tlflrite Ni,. 892 "f 'IK11 aid repnUln .>, .,
lu r. to be Mild are evidenced. ky .-!I, 2MI Acres mure or 1Th.. taxes to rerllflr.K-. M6 of IMO\ and repr- arm'fl'lt, IMI L''h"III. .. noOunt-i I for the years II li I I- 1U8I both ...
nu, mile Ml of IMI and reprmnu taxes M.. sold ant rvhtrnoeil by Ccrtlflr.tr. No 19air tact taxes fur the years 102. to ...n. both ing, lo, 1(61SVa .1.... .mounllng .. I8o HK
for the Yom 191 to 1919, bulk lnrla.lv.an I I .. i lose and repmenta taxes for Ih, years lnrlu.lv. .mnunllng to 1(1.7. Tract 2ft Bubn of N'' Section 20.1 LoU I to II. mil 11, ,. CO In NFSutxtn 1 ,
.Hunting lo III.77. ,. total; in Ivm both IncluiKe and PJI9 inI Tract 14. Reaction 27. Township. 112 R.mlh. Tnwn.hlp 12 South Ringr lo Eat con: if Sactlin I-. r- ihlp MB''.'h
1.1- I to II' In HW> Bubdn ..ren"'K I I'llo. bi.Ih Inclusive. mounllog to 1419.IK. Rumor All Ku.l containing III Acre more Ulnlnx II Acres mora ir lr... The IIXK Rnngi 40 E.... nlalnlni., so joamme. r.
in rnvnihln t2 Mouth, Rnn>. Meet, :, frail I Hubiln N1,. Suction tl. Town I r I.... The t..... lo he multi I are ., I ld.n",1 to be MII| are evldonrrd by rllflcnle, Nu- .. .. The I..... t.. I I. ,,(Id IK I ,J,,d I
I corelaiining 40 A..... means air 1 ITh.. .bit, M milk Rann 19 Nest lonulnlnuIII hy Certificate No. M*. if lull and rcprfell. 872 of lUll and rvprennu tsars for the by Certificate N,. "'' "r ui3i I indenti c.'.
u..... 11 br said un' idem-ill ky Aim* mire or Im. Thr UKM to be aolilin taxes fir the F"." 1929 to 1019 both yam 1911 to 1089. bulb lnrli.lv, am i ml. tain fir all, )nr. I 1.11 to 1W" I I... IdInrluilvu
vote N. 114 nf 1911 and ........... evidenced liy LertlfieaU No lot ofIV26 ,Incliulvr. mntmmrnii tn 10 III. Ing to 566. am"m tlnir I I.. I.16-,
fir .1.. ".... I98li too IMIl both .Cnllfl'l, and rapreeenu tam for the year.IMt Tract It Hatticen it. wn.hlp U South "' Section 20. Township tt Biiilh Ring L"U 0 to 12. and 21 to tl In rit'
amounting lo 141.tt. I IM to 111, .both inclusive, amounting to R."... 89 rest containing 10 Arm moreor 19 Fast? containing 130 Acne mum or le*.. Rubdn of alveolar, IF. T"w".hl. t! S"",h
|. > V and lo In HWV4 SII""' .. I 11191 I.... The team to b. Mild .... evidenced Th. Uxn to be .old ... .vldenrul hy Certificate Hnnge III 1..1. nlilnlnir' VI Acr..> n" .
Ui.a n Township 11 Boutk Range Trait II. Subdn NI t't. Section I ft. Town by Certificate No. Mil of logo mil npro.Hntii No SOl of 1911 and represents ..r 1_. .. to b. .,old ....Id.n"o
-i lalnlng I 10 Arm more' or less rate'I I.hip 11 '..nth. bounce 19 Kut nmulnlngIt taxes for the y.... 1211 to I.... both. Uxn for the yean IVIn ti 193!>. buth In by Certificate goal of 1981 .. row" i.onti
Uxn tu be Mill an evidenced, ly C.rtlfl Acres more or 1_. Th. lesions to b. Inclusive. imountlnp to 16.07. ,' .In...*. amounting lo 1179.H9. UXM for the years .U30s. bulb
.,10II': 419 of IMt and represents taxes i .il.l Jjrao.aarl ch,need ky Certlfirat. No 242 Tract i*. Section Town.hlp 11 goulhRang. NAv Section 10 Townihlp tl South I lnrlu.lv. amounting to "5.4.
jamomm IMI to I9t*. balk lnrlu.lt" I 1 nf represents UXM fair the yean 19 East containing 10 Acres more Range IV Firt conUlnlng llo Acres mar 1 LoU I to I, and II In HW.
.mi..inllng In li, 11048I INN ti IMV both inclusive. amounting to nr 1_. The town t. be Sold am evidenced. or I.... Th. Uxe to b. Mild nra cvldenced Subdn of Section IH Township tt 1, .
I I."to II and It In BWV, Suhdn nf Her. I 18.70. toy VertifWats, No. 87. .f IIIIT and wiliest by Certificate No. 101 of 1981 andreprewnu I Retire 40 I.t. conUlnlng I 90 Arm .rt
!. Ill.n tl alterably .. Buuth R.... 40 Fail. 'i.'I: Seeable' 1. Township 11 -is taxes for the ynr. 1MB to 1910 both taxes for the years IMO to IM*. 1 or I.... ta. to be Mild tire evidencedby
nulnlng III Arm mora or 1_. The'[ South. : fart conUlnlng I 111 Acresman rnrlu.lv. amounting to III I 01. both lnrln.lv.. amounting to 1179.II8U Certificate No 601 of 1981 and rrt.reunu -
Inato W .'. fdI an .,''rt.t t.rtlfl. or'I Im The to." U b. auld ra'evidenced Iran. It) Subdn N'j. 'Section IT Section 10. Township II South I taxes for the Peace 1VIO to I.s. buth
raw No. 111 tax" I,,' by Certificate No. Ill of IMO To p2:1.: South: bounce 19 Eut containIng : Rang* IV F..... containing MO Arm mora Inrlu.lve amounting to |9u.16.
fur the ynra 1980. to 191*. both Inclmlv.mnunlltig .. and reprewnu UIM for the yean IN to 10 Acm mom or I.... Th. taxes to b. or Ina Th. taxes lo h. Mild' IK .. .... lou 9 In 11 unit tl to tl. In NW4iRikiln .
.. to 11177 twig, both lnclu.iv. amounting to II4.41. auld at* evidenced. by Certificate No 4.1 of by Lerllflc.l. No 104 of 1911 and repeat.sent@ I of Bertlon Irl. Town.hlp 11 Bo thKinir. .
IxK. II to to In BWU Rotation of Section : rootlet 16 Section: I. Township II BouthRange 1.1.d repmenu Uxn for the yean ..." for the yean logo U "". both Ill Ki.t. .....t.I"I.1 80 Acm m,.
f 112. Township. It South union 40 Ka.1, con. 89 t aal. ronulnlng lu Acm mora loin to IISD. both inclusive. amounting to Inclusive. .mounting to inn III I or 1_. Th. Choose to be M,Id an avidenrndby
Lining 40 Arm more or I.... Tha Mom 'I or I In. The UIM to b* Mild are evidencedbr I\I.TT. I All Section II. Townihlu tl South Rang.8V Certificate No. till of lUll and repreenu .
h he nld ara evidenced ky CertlflcaU N iM ,I I Certificate No .lt of lUAU and ..*. Truck 10 Bubdn N%. Section 11 Town Eut aont.lnlng 640 Acres more or 1_. Uin fur th.I ,..I9IH, to 1,1.I IMblnrlu.lv.
of tool and repmenu Uaea fur the -. Uxn for the green IM9 to 191*. both .hlp It Bouth Range I* Fart containing Th. Uxn to be Mild are evidenced by Ortlflcau .. Amounting to lit '1.
yean IMO to 1989 bulb 1..1..,... amounting 'I Inrlu.lve. 10 Aorn more or 1_. Th. UXM lo h. No 101 of lUll and represents, LoU I to 1. ..d II to 10 In BW..
to lit II BS Section li. Fw&ohlp7bt Bouth Ring.B9 Mild ar* evidenced ky Certificate No. ItHof taws for the ..... Ivan to 1939, both In. Rubdn of election Township 11 Buuth
Lola III and 21 In Put :Bubiln of l:1 tut lonulnlng 110 Atom mora or 1 Im 1913 and represents taxes for the years clu.lv. amounting to 181)7.71. i Range at. East containing 1 Arm mora
I llon It Ti.n.hln M Binlh. Rang: <0 :: : the to... In bead ira evidenced by l,... Coal to 1919 both ........>. .mounting to All Bertlon II Township til S....th. R....' ar ixm tn k. \ ara evidenced
ninlalnlng to Arm sours, or -.. Th. llflrate No Inn of 1911 and ..p....... team It.II. 19 Eut containing 149 Acm mora or leuTha 'by 1l."T Ni IU4 of 1931 and repeat
UIM ". be will an evidenced ay CrrllfU'" for the ..... legal to 1989 both lm.lu.lv., Tract II. Section IT. Township II South tain to be Mild are evidenced by Cr- or. for the yean lOA t 198V both
tot. Nu 631 of lost and represents HIM' am tinting to 117 II I Rang 19 Ex.t containing lo Acm manor till.... No. Illl of 1981 and repmenuUIM .. .ou.I.. to '0.1.
f"r the yean Mil I to 198. bulb lnclu.lv.' IWI. Sntkia 14. Township It South. Im Th. lain to b. .old an ..". ....... for the ..... 1980 to 1999 bulb In-I LoU 0 II In BWHRibdn .
munclumbur t.. III.T7. Range I* ...t. conuinlng, lAu Acres moratir by Certificate No 174 of 1V27 and rrpre.nu cln.lv. amounting to UM.7t. of Section III. Township It tuth.
Lute 29 end ... I. IIW'4 Bulletin. 01 lk-' krM Th. UXM lo .b.. Mild ara evidencedky '. taxes fur the roam I9J6 to 199. both All Section 18. Township 11 South Range I I R..". 40 Vast. containing 1 Acm ..
thin tl Township HI South K ng< 40 r..t'I tertlflrnu. 1'1... tu nf 1911 ana repre.enu Inclusive. amounting to III.01. ,139 Eart conUlnlng 140 Acm mora or ImThe or ]IMI. The town to lheO.. ara
ronulnlng' last Acm means or Th. UIM for the yean late to 1919. both Tract 11 .Section. IT Tdwmhlp II BouthRang. ta'" to be mid are evidenced. by Cer-I by CertlflraU No. 1981 and I'-
d into h. .ld nn ..l li-nrwl. by Ortlfi-'I II"'l"t amounting to t 9l. 19 Fact, containing 10 Acm mora till.... No 107 of 1981 and reure.,.nt.UIM I cents UXM for the yrara 1910 to 198 .
.... Nn 470 of lull and repmonti .....'I ,. 19 Township tl Bouth Rang or Im Th. UIM to b. Mild ara evidenced for the yean 1980 to 1989. bolh In-I Inrlu.lve. amounting to 141.48I .
for tit@ yrara I US I to Itl*. both inclusive.OMMRi"o .I I* kul. Minl.lnlng 140 Acm mora or !Im.tlflral by rtlflcau Mo IM of 19m and. .expect:, ... .... xmounlln. to "IUlc I 1 I.,,LoU I to ri, and IS to 10, In SE'.
.to.III 41 i The tax" to be thold am evidenced by Cast, assets taxes for the yMira IN7 to iw.. 'DotaIncliuiv. All Election 84. Township 12 Bnllth. K'"I,. ..bit no actio. In. TO inne,III as 93 Autath I
LuxI .. PU Dublin of S ttoni of mil and Ratio. .. Ea... containing Active room
Ni 44* r .pmnutaiva amounting to Illl 00BI 89 Fact. containing 640 or law. t
II Tnwn.hlp II aViulh, Rose@ 411 r..t.1 for the "... mill to IMt, both Inrlu.lv .. Section 17. Township M Bouth Hans Th Course U he Mild ara A.d": :: : hy Cerllflraw I I I. or 1_. The taxes to b. ara caricatured
containing, III Acres ..... or 1_. Th., *. amuuntlng to 1167.M. 19 but containing I2U Aim mora or 1_ No. lot of 1981 and repmenuUXM by Certificate No Ml of 1981 and rapn.wnu .
t..M, to b. mid ... evidenced. by Bit !Section 16 Township III Booth Rang Th. taxes to b. hold .... evidenced by Con for the ..... 1980 to 1989 bulk In. I Chum for the years 1980 to 1989, bulk
.. No. Ill of IMI and ...rwo.. lit Ka.1. metronome ..0 Arm whom or .Want tlflral No. ,11\1 of Ion and reprmntaUXM ". amounting to 18171 lnrlu.lv. amounting to $90.16.
flat tit. "..> IMO to I..,. both Th. UIM to b* Mild ... evidenced by CF- fur the yean 1910 lo lit*. bulk arm All: Section It. Township II ...th. RinnII I Uu. 9 to 11. and tl to tl. In RE4
mounting to It] MInt. Cerllrl.1 tII.... No. time of lUll and ..p....... ...... amounting to 1171.tl. t.... conuinlng 840 Arm .,... or I.... Bubdn. of Section III. Township II Bouth.
N I M I. In Hrl< llubdn of team for the years 110 to ..... both In. Sao Section II. Township M Bouth Rang Th. loan to .be Mild ara evMenred by Cer.tlflrat. Bunch 40 ...... eonulnlng HO Acm mir
II Township II ......h. Range M ,. clu.lv. amounting to II7IISTrart I* EM, containing I2o Acm mora or .... No 101 of 1911 and repment.Uxn or 1_. The UIM to b* Mild ara evidenced
toaster M Acm mare or H*.. T I. Bubtln N1;, Section 17. Town The team to ... Mild ara evidenced .by c... for the years 1910 to 199*. both In- by rtlficiu, No W7 of 1911 and repre.wnu .
see ... cold .... nhkncH by ... hip II Boulh Bonito I* 10:.... containing 'lr.t. No. 409 of 1911 and repmenuXM oluslass. amounting to SIM7.0111. team for the yrara 1980 to 1919. bulb
Mt of IMI and nprnenu lam for all.: 10 A._ nor* or..... The taxes to. ... ::. for the yean IMO to logo, kotk In- Lute I to I. and II to 10 In NEH Bubdn! Inclusive. amounting to 111.41.
mars To;: t.. Hit. both lnclu.lv.. amount I Mild .... evidenced ky CVrlllkal No 4MI Simi". amounting to 11711Trart of Section I. Township II South bounce 40 Slid Ua eertlflritM together with IIIlukwamnt
% MUiu I of IMI and ...... ..11 ta._ for law yar.IMO I. Bubdn NV. Section 19 Town. ".... conUlnlng 10 Acres more or 1 IMITh omitted. or levied. UXM will boold
e, and 10 In SRI.' .. of ......... to 111, both lnclu.lv. amoantln ta shop' 11 Boutk Rann I* Ka.li containing team to be Mild ... evidenced! by Cerllflrat. to the hl.hnt bidder .. the CourtH.IIIM
"! n. TnWMhlp II lonth More 40 r:..l, ......1 IIII II Arm room or 1_. The UXM to bead No III of 1911 and repment.UXM ,In Miami on the lotk day of Miy.
liminims, N Arm main or IM. The U.. Treat t. action 17. Township It Botttk .ra evidenced by Certificate No. Ill of lOll for the yean 199U to 198*. both In. IMO beginning at the hour of Tam .'clocka
.Ii to .. nld ar* nhtonnd by c...If/r.t. Nttn Rang I* Ca.1. aonlalnlnc 10 Acres matrix Old rwp rwo... UXM for the Yemen IMIIM to lu.lv*. amounting to 19140. m.. or a loon tho_ft.7 M the ".
IMI and ...._to U>M, for tit. or kva. Taw laxM to k* Mild ar* vvldanndky *. both Inclusive, amounting to III M. 1 L ta. to II. and tt to tl In NKH: may b> reached In due oonna.
r.: .. IM to IMI, both Inelualn, amount.Lota Carl Cannot No Ml of IMO and npr*. Tract I. Bukdn of N' Town. Bubda of Section I. Township It South. Dated at Miami Florida this the 1Mb.
I f ; fa 011.1t. MT.U: tam for the ynr. IMI ta IMt kotk ship II Boutk Range 1J.t: Rann III !.... eonulnlng 19 Acm more day of April
ll anti II. la ..... laid nt In to W! .. .. wel-I : L3' .....v..
ARMU V BxtloaM 'H : a I, 0 mom or -X" mar am. The to... to owe small am ..,- Icwk
"...."1.. U ..... 4* ... M*.I ; -i. @*Kom"i1-TjI.;; M ....th.1 an evidenced by Certificate No. K* of IMtRann raced ky Certificate No. Ill of lost andrepment. ein flt calmart.
i Socialite M Acm nora .r bM Tit. .a_ Rang M &.-to rwitalnlng 10 Arm mor.or and represents toostima fur taw From "1I" \ to talent for th* man logo to IM. Dads c.. Florklosecircuit
i an evidenced by Certificates Nm. Ink The taaM to ka mold ara *vManmd !'' both otine to 11 both Intel.also. amounting to 14* 17 ( Court Seal)
:1".t4".. and rmm.nl., ta-M for the I IF by Certificates Nit IM of Irrt and ..?_1 Trears So B h."i."T.. hip S.whl Lou I M II and II to 10 In Nw%. Hy JNO. PENNO It C
-" 111 to IM*, both Inri..."... amount. *.... UIM for the roam IMI to IM, kotklnrlu.lv. It taol..1... 10 Arm u.m Bubdn of Section. I. Township It BoutkRann Pnbllakad Apr 11 ll I May .111.
Ing Ia \I.n. .. amoantlng to It.U.Trart ,I I or..... Tka UXM to k* Mild. are .vldeneedky 40 Eart eonulnlng lo Acm mor.ar .
Laus as to ". In \-:0 of '.: 4. Bubdn. NVj aWtlon IT Tow*.' Cerllflc.U JIM M* of 19W and repre.aent. Im. Taw UIM to k* show are ..vldeneedky
tt. Ti.wa.hlp 11 tooth. : twl.alalai ,l hip M ....tb. Rann M ..... nnlalnlngIII taxes for the ynrn IM9 to IMt bulb Certificate No. llo of IHI and repraMnt. I COUNTY junrrs COURT DAOI
4(1, Actions whom ar beTh. taxes Acm ...... or I-& The laiM to bead lnrlu.lv. moantlng to M 91. i UXM for the From 19M to III, bothlnelu.fr COUNTY iLllA Na MM.Ea .
to ... .law ar a.nl..n d by Certificate No. are avklmiMd ky (_lIira.. No 411f 1 I Tract I. Sukdn NV4' BertkMl I*. Tow*.' *. a mounting to 19140. EiutoofCHARLKS
last of fool and WOP rM.nta lam for lost and F.P.....to taxes for the rrar.IM .'I .kip It aVmtk Raan II Eut maintaining Lou 0 to It. aad II to 14. In NWI< H PLY. DMMMigNortrK .
nan IMO .. IM*. both la.la.lv.. to IM*. both lnclu.lv. alternating toM ', III toee. Tk Mild Bubdn. of Section 4, Township II Boutk: IV-VVTION; T IAII Arm
i Ug M 141 II, 'he'' IH. ::E.c JfI tort Retire 40 Eut maintaining. Acm mor PLICATIUIv FOB FINAL "
I I." II and M In SKU' RubdnM. 01 ..... Tract I. Bubdn. NV4. _loa IT, Tow* 'a far to! ar Im. The UXM to k* .. 1 ara evidenced Jlo. an hereby given thai I will .th*
I T.w....1. II Couth Ring. 4*I ..... ito ship It R4tkr Cann I* TbastiOxam,' ItM. both ....1..1... amounting to la It 'I ky Certificate 1'1 e. 141 of toot and rapwM \ d of May. A. D. IN*. prawnl M th
talalu U AcrM Cohen or IMK In. to k* Milif movI.S..Md h-Certificate I lot Tract. .mal. T. Muslim I*. Township IIBoutk. nu tam for the ynra IMO to IM*, kothmclu.lv Hb W. P. Blantom county Jadn
to aoM an avUmmd .by Certificate :1 IM of IW Hln 1ipiianita taM for I I Rain I* tart containing, to Acres *. amounting to ,. Florida .FIn Reason andVovakera
*41 of IMI and iiprM.nta Mm for U.rMji maps IMI to IM*. bulk toclu-lva, ._"1 1n. I mow M him The Court, to ... Mild in evtIdeneed .| Lou I a8 and II ..to. In BWOZ. and uk ,. .a- Mm.
IM at IM*. both l..cli..lv., anialmot.to lag Illl ky Certificate' No. IM of INS and'' lobun. of _loa I. Towiuhlp It Bowtk, and apply One final .t&
I : I, ........ tk IMT law of Caarkv H. Ely.
011.11. Harlloa Township It Boutk UIM fr retire to IN Nang 40 Eart eonuinlng M Aware *piy.ui$
tz II and 14 la ICU luWn of aWtiofitt. Rann I* EaH aaaulnlng lit Arm seem,I..balk Inrlualea amoanllng to .1..... 11,I ar I-& Tk taxes M k* aold are .vlaiaiidb. _Dated March A ''O. In*.
Taoaaalfj II _.h. II.... t. I-*. M.to ar km. Th l.m t* a* Mky .... am evidenced Tract *, ...... MS Bertloai It. T_ Ceettfk.l., No. I4t of IMI aad rvpra.eweitaiM .CARL B. 114,11',
6WWd 11& Across "we m beem TIM to_I OrtlfMVM/No flM af IlOw and hip It South, Bann I* Eart. *aaUMlngi! tor tl Fears ton u 191* Andllarp dmlwIMraMr *f
W aakt ara wrWrarW br CollitimowI Mo., ..... ton for Ik I MM lt to 5' 1* Alleges man *r km. Tk team to k* Mid'ara ... 1.to "10 A S.UU W CkarlM H. Ill
1 .44 af IMI aW r.tr.ii.ta laiM to. th.; ........* _ati.n to I* .7. evatmod .by Certificate "No. Ml *f IMI I I LMa t II. aa4 II .. hi ametal.1 .
ytto !90 ow log.. book bmiOm-eI 1 .-a-, Trusts T, B bda> of M.... Barllt 2% &had l.piejinl. kaig fT The year ie to, ubdn, o-Township It kUe> rtrr>


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Friday, April 21. 1939. THE LEADER ENTERPRISE fage> Eleven


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LEGAL NOTICES I NOTICE LEGAL OF APPLICATION NOTICES FOR I GROVETHEATRE :


. NOTICE: TAX DEKU Pill IIMINotlcf I rP2 :1

NOTICE: M HEREBY GIVEN that tmalnlnt .. to banter (l>'.n that Mary IMeacham I

amrU, M per lUt, of THE m1 holder u .......* of City vf I RATE First Insertion
t ISNS BANK OF HOMESTEAD, I Miami Tn Certificate Numbered UM, ;
I offered fur Ml at public outcry to the dated the led day of June A. D. l.r. hi. COCONUT GROVE!: 8* a line

hlihnt and boot bidder for each at ti filed told Certlfcat In my office. and hi. M.Unee Saturday and Sunday w
I i South door of the Dade County Court Hour 1 made arpllcallon for HI died to tests.

, IU..... rlorida. betty,..n the hour of t,., Ihvr,..n In a,tod.... with law. Bald Coo 20oisSp.no.
and twelve o rl.".k .. .... Saturday I IIVII title, te tmbraon the following dMcrlbeiprotrrty FOR RENTFOR celled, two inside toilets, upstairs -

The Mid assets will ba A.'III"1 situated In Dade County. Floruli. Shows 7 and 8 Po DJ.I Adin.: I balcony; should rent for
.. aa a whol. Th. successful to-wlt
4! ba required to deposit 10'. ot hi. .lth I Lot M 1 twos S. 5 ft. St, Bpauldlnituh .. RENT Furnlnhed :l.bed-I $360 per year Only 1.250 c.-h.

d the Liquidator In the form of mill. cashier" Corrected. Plat Hook S. page HI. Ii. Sun., :Mon Tues, room house. all elect. ie. hotl All taxes old liens paid.
thick or bank drift. iiiarantMlni the pi" the City of Miami. County of Oil. Stat.
I e _... of the bid the rnnaladrr to I be, of Florida Apr. SI. 24 2J water Also furnished apart 20 LOTS in Homestead mostly In

paid upon dvlltrry' Said avrti will ba Kwithout ldl The tuMmnt of sold property ends WARNER BANTER 1
r mere!. Both clean cool and comfortable Downer Palms No. Many )have
warranty and without recount. the Ortlflcal issued was In the name .1
All bl... will he received lubK to tho : Unknown Unless mid Certificate shall bo LORETTA YOUNG Reasonable yearly o sidewalks All of them for

. approval uf the Ho.o.hl.l. M. I*.. Co.p., redeemed according to law. tax deed wl In monthly rent for both Mrs .1 $2,500. All taxes and liens paid.
'" troll.r of the State of rl..rldt. and .. colJest -: Issue thereon 01 the SSUl day of April. A
; eonfirm.tlon by the Honor.bl. Ju4 U mat "WIFE 1UJSBANI EM Collins, Federal Highwa; i 70 ACRES on Biscayne drive near

of th': Circuit Curt of competent Jurl.dlClem. I Dated this 12nd day of March, A. D lost and Biscayne: drive. (mil ) Modello, one mile east of Newton
Th. L/quiches n"rvM the right i WI K B. LRATHFRMAN AND FKIENired I
molars any and .11 bids. Clerk of Circuit Court road only $25.00 per acre.
A list of the Mivti la on flla with tho Ilada County. Florida GOOD cool roomy apt. for rent Phone 72 H A. Cameron Homestead -
Clark *f the Circuit Court at the I)., .I I IClrcol1 court Beal\ I ., Thurs. Apr 26, .7 Private 'bath reasonable rate
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County Court HOUM Miami Florida. lia .d BY 101. C. ITERRETT. 0. C. JACK IIOLT Fla.
Iliti of the Mta can b* in aim at ; (Mir 14. 31. Apr 7. 14 II. 1119' I Ilis Ask at Western Union (mlTtf
olllc* of the Llquldatlm I A lent' (IIftMurity .th'l In"STRANGE I
:: Variety .
Billdlnt I Miami. Florida Ilea THE ('IR('I'IT TO RT OP THE IIT FOR REM1-Fuinlshed bungalov I SEE AND BUY at ShnnkHn
d these' II.U an available for it oil'IAL CIKCIIT IN AND PO CASE OF Grove, West Florida City.
by prospective p in haavr*. 10I'f'1.' 1 I DAN Cot I NTY. FIOR1UA. IN CHAN with fireplace hot water, new I
aTtf
M. A. SMITH .. Liquidator fr I CrKY: N.. U.U-B. DR. MEADE"Frl. electric refrigerator and stove., ( )
THE CITIZENS BANK OF HOMKSTE GRACE: KAUPAT4 Plaintiff
By A. O VEACH, Liquidating Agent I I Vs. Fruit trees in yard. Inquire I FOR SALE 3-burner West ng-
REINHARDT i. RAPPATZ. Kefondant.OHDr.R I II Sat. Apr. 28. 29
(Apr T. 14 SI. 1089)NOTICE I Leader-Enterprise. and
house automatic oxen
OF PIBIWATIONTOl range,
OF SALE OF TAX fKHTIFICATK8 : I RfclNHARDT J. HAUDATZc JANE WITHERS I shelf, good condition. $8.50. Mrs.

Application N*. 410 ./ Gulf Refining Company LEO CARILLOIn FOR SALEFOR
Eva Collins Federal
Highwayand
Notice' U h.nby H... that Jan .; Nicholas rllril '
Low hM filed with m. written nqw I Toledo. Ohio mile\\ Biscayne drive. (m31)
SALE-Blue
IT IH OKDFKKD that you file your atpearanr Jersey
that the tai nrtlttcatia "ether with .11 I "Arizona Wildcat"ON
.ub......' omitted or Ivied taial 1..lud.1 on June Ith. 19I. to the Hill 01 cow 8 yrs old; producing now' FOR SALE Tropical plants citrus .
Complaint fair divorce In the above style l lcauM THE STAGE
m> the your loss h.ld by the State b* .do Geo. W. Smith N. W. Second
>.ns..4 and said to the highest. bldd.r' 'oo otherwise a dame pro onnfeaao wth. FRIDAY NIGHT I trees and tropical fruit la
cash M provided by Chapter !*!... of tho I entered ...I..t you The Ht>mtei avenue and Eighth street (pall)) season Jungle Grove Redlsnfl
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designated
JUT Acts of the Lratilatura, upon the ftlowlm Leadrr-Enterprise 8 ACTS OF
In. the I newspaper which this order shall ba put road and Plummet drive.
real ntat Cou.ty
described lobed one a week for four ......,uU.. PROFESSIONALVAUDEVILLE FOR SALE-Here are three par
of D ode. 8'..* of Florida. ta-wlt! I
Lot I. Block S, Lincoln. Park AddHomotMd .. week!. I cell away below value: A two
the HMh diy of April A. n. 1111. FOUNDlONE
b mid ..I. This I
Th. Uu to ace I house with 12 rooms
story
...... by Crtlflca1 No. W.S of Kit ..d E. B. UEATHFRMAN: .. Clerk of vvvvvvvvvvv. .................YYTn .
1"011 Court Dad County. FloridaICircult
represent saw for the soon 1B81 aiIM4 STRAY HEIFER at the Alpine .

to IOS, both Includv amounting to I Court By F Bah I. COULD Deputy Cler'' LEGAL NOTICES LEGAL NOTICES Grove Dairy. Owner can
IUS4
Lot 4. Block S. Lincoln Park Add. to I CARR a CARR I II I have same by Identifying It and
Hom....d. The taic to b* aold are ..t. solicitors for Plaintiff. NUTIII Or APPLICATION FOR TAX
dawned by Certificate No. USt of lull airrprwwntl I Apr tie ill : May S. It 1MB I she were ..10........ and that the ..1 01 USED Flit lltllNolle paying for its keep. al4-21)

sea fur the yean 1931 ..d : Publication be confirmed by an order In hereby slam that Fred Gibson.,
1.I4 to 1V89 both Incluilv.. amounting to I IN TRW CIRCUIT COURT OP THE IITI II IIIl'DI14L this iDONb : holder of State and County Tax terttllcatNumbered ., MISCELLANEOUSHOME
IRCIIT IN AND rODAIlKtolNTY AND ORDERED at Miami, FloIdi
11.70. I, S4IIIII. d..... the 7th day >.I,
Lot 17. RjK-k I. Lincoln Park Add
Homeitoad The ..... to h. aold are evl. IfcRY' N.. 64490.ORDER PAUL. BARNS : cote In my office. and has made Klpllr.Ui' LAUNDRY-Mrs. Crubbs.W. ,
d tcd by Ortlflcat No. IMS of lull anrepresent@ I OP PLICATION Judge Circuit Court for tan deed. It Issue thereon In pod- '
I' ( tMar 81 T, 14. 81 mill N 6th St. and 8th Ave. cor-
taxes fur the ..., IIIBI and I BETTY HAKUrSON. Apr onto wild I... Sold Certificate embracethe .

loot to H>3I. both Incluilv. amounting 1 to vas following described property iltuilrIn ner north of Woman Club
1440. LARS C. :OROP; rURBFRON, Twfendant : NOTICE OF BALK: OF TAX CI H lade County, r li.rlrli. wwll !
Loa II to 92 both lnrlu.lv.. Block I a. TO : LARS CKOIK.K. HAHUK80N : Kerdince ., TIFIIATE. Application No. 4911 Lot It. Midway. a Hibdn. Plat Rank I. (aHtf)
Lincoln Park Add to Homnti-ad TlUK UnknownIT ', Notice li hereby given that W.lllnitc. pine 177 In the County of Did. Bate 01
to be mid are evidenced by Crllf 18 OKDr.Rr t> thai you file your arpraranc Addcrlry has filed with m* written revue.' Horlda i HOME laundry Mrs Jernlg.m,
the Ith day of June A. IIWW >. that the tax crrtiricltn together with .11
on The aitaeaiment of Mid property und'
cat. No 1514 of 1631 and represents taxi
for the 1.31 and 104 t* 1USO, bit to the Illll of Complaint or Divorce I I. subsequent omitted or levied axe includin,. the Certificate Issued was In the none 01 020 S. Krome Ave.
inclusive Years am.."ntlni to Ml no. the above styled ....... otherwise a decnpro ,, the year list held by the Sate b. ndvrtiled ,,. U.k..w.
nfmo will b entered against and Mid to the hlnhral bidder for cull ,h .
Said U. certificates together with .11 I you Unlm said L.rllflcat shall he sesame.
itkwqiwnt omitted ..r levied taxes will he The mcitrid Lrader-Fntentrim I. dais:: provided hy Chapter 1H2U6 of the WlAcu met..t.II..II is law. U> Mood will IN.W then. WANTEDDONATIONS -
old to the highest bidder at the ('oort noted I. the newspaper" In which this olde. of the Legislature, upon the followlriteicrlhed .n ..n the loth day of M.,. A. I). 11139. _
House In Mi.ml, on the led day of M.;.. hall he publl..he.d.. Haled this Sth day nt April A l>. 191!. WANTEDFramesfor
consecutive _Ieo.I Bate of rlorlila tvwit : I!! H. LrATIIrKMAN
111' bwlnnlnt at the hour of 10 ocluca. .k .!.. ,... 7 "...d'. 2nd Addn I to glasses for children and .
This IVth diy of April A. D. > Lot 8. HI k Clerk of Circuit toiirt ..
.... or u anon thereafter ai the lam.I
.
r H, IrATHFHMAN, Clerk of : .meite.d The tain to be told ir* *v
b* rarhrd I In duo c..urm.Uatnl ai l..de County. Florid adulU Also baby bed.Irs.! .
may
the 1211I I Circuit, Court III,le County, Reside I dented hy Certificate No. lt> of IttSI airepriwrnt. .C rcult Court rValHy
day of April.it Miami ll'luE Florida. this Ky R H. RICE. It, Deputy Cleat. tax*, fir the ..... loss to 19V N. C STrRRrTT D C. Jane NenbittTUTORING .

H LEATHFRMAN ,ICIrcult Court Seal both lnclu.lv. amounting to I2> 72 Apr. 7. 14. 21. in May >. 1SSS
Said certldcit. further with all nil.bI' -
Clerk Circuit Court PARK a CARR, I t.
Dad County Floridaall iollrlti far FlilntlfflApr I I .purtt omitted or \\h': : will b.:! NOTICE OF APPI'"ATIO"" FOR WANTED high
,Circuit Court .. I II 21: May I. 12. It. 1MOI' I'' to the hlnhr.1 I bidder Court: H.n I I TAX I..EII school and grade school subjects
JNO FENNO. D. C. Miami on the 2"th day of April IDS. boo Chapter I74J7 Art* if IMS-Fll* A.UTI
Publish Apr 14 Jy(.. 2D 1939. : NOIff OF APPLICATION FOR ginning at the hour of 111 o'cluck a moo <.I Nolle In hreby a-lv.n that Myrtle A.I' Mr* H. J. Armstrong, A. B..
TAX DEED Flla lionNolle se man thereafter as the some may breached T.tum. holder of BUM and County Tai Plummer drive and Country
I
APPLICATION FOR la hereby riven that Fred Buchet, I. do ..u"" Certificate No 17110 luued the lit day oAuiwt
NOTICE OK TAX DtKIChiptef > Solder .. aulcnea of city of Hlaleah TaC.rtiflnt Dated at Miami Florida. this the lib d..I A. O IUH7 l>u filed MUM In miorfic Club roadCLEAN .

17417-Art* at IMJ-Fll. A.147: Numbered dated the lit del.1 I if April lvl.. *. and h. made application fur a tai
Notice I* hereby given that MyrtlTattm of July, A. D. INS, has filed Mid Certilrat E. R. LEATHFRMAN deed to b* hued themm, bud Crrtlflratiml RAGS WANTED Will
In my office. and hM made appllcatloi Clerk Chcult Court I tint following described I property
holder of State and County Ta. race*
1hrron In aocordane I Dodo County. Florida exchange subscription: or advertising -
.Certiflcal No. 1IS24 issued the 7th diy cAuirult For tat dod to lain In the County of Dade Hut of Horlda"
In with law Said Lertlflral ambrar th ; (((Circuit Court Brail lo-wlt i! ', for clean LeaderInterpribr. -
filed rags.
A. D. 1131 hai lam m
,.... has made for U'. following -'t.1d.property situated h i iCIlollil By JNO FFNNO D. C. I Be ft. of N'4 of Rik. I4
.
"' aid appllcaUon a I
deed. to be Issued th..*.... Said Crtlleatfimfarapei Bad County to-wlt Publish Apr T. 14 21. 191.. P.V: 1'HIh'.ov.l: i book f. pages 1046:I I : .
the followlnti described propvrt : Mock 4. 38th 8t l.iwni In th;I II I 157. I. the County 01 Dade. auto 01 t Inrlda.I .
of But o or TAX Cast.TIFICATES. ,
County Dade NOTICE or SAL -
The Assessment of said under
In the County of Dodo. Slat of Florida. w'r.
rlorlda Application N"W 4244 I I the Amid certificate Issued the cameof :
aMtrIL The Assessment of Mid property undffti. Native to hereby: given that I. H.IM ..k I
60 ft. of N Rik. 21.0.X Vill I I .. ... blued In the ..m.1 with written request that thai : UnknownUnlni Buy a Home
lights., Plus Book 'i. pow" :;: I I. thCasimir : raid .1111. WM filed m* I Mid rrrtlflcil lull b* redeemed

at D...., State 01 Florid.. of. UnknownUnhea : orrtlflcatra weather with all lubMqurnimltted i according to law, the property described Grove Land
The oeseasm.nt 01 Mid property units,I Hid certificate shall b* rrdemwiuwordlnr. or levied taxes Inducting the Vent I therein will h* Mild to the hianntl bidder Buy
law deed will insist thereon held by the But too Idvrrtlied. ..d
,. to tax 1039. the Court Hour door on the tint Mon-
the In the I '
Mid eartlflcat Issued nan
aft Unknown. WM I in the 4th diy nf May. 19". old to the highest bidder for rush ai In the month ot M.y. I9.n. which 10'' Buy Glade LandIt
Unless certificate shall b redremoaerordlni .. Dated this Illth day of March A. D. IMIB Ided by Chapter 1MIM. of the ton pro-I'1.1 lot day of Mar. IUMDlted '. I
Mid *
the d..rrlbod'h..I. I H. LEATHrRMAN. I II .h* Lwlilatur. upon the following this Ith day lit Mnrrh ID.,. Is my firm belief that higher
to law property Clerk of Circuit Court, .crlbed real was In th* County of Dad. E. B. LEATHKKNANClerk .
will be cold to the highest bldd. I prices Imminent
are
'
I Dad County, Florida.ICircult has of Florida. to-wlt, nf Circuit CourtD :
Monday
Ho door the tint
at th. Court
IM on which 10 Court Seal) I II Lots 2> and 40. Block 1. Randolph Sub.; > l. County Florida.ICircult Don quibble about price.
In the month of May. 1911. I
.
BTr-nRrTT, D. C. evidenced by OrIficat '
Fy N. C. The tain to be old ar* Court Real,
the Jot day of< May l lDated >. 1989.K. Mar SI I Apr 1. 14. II. IS 18111 l No D77S of 1027 and represents ([ By N. C STFRRETT C."OTI"r. Don t wait.Buy .
of March
this > Hh day I ir
B. LEATHFRMAN I I .air for the years I02D: to mil both I..1..1. .-I .M.,. 21. Apr 7, 14 II. 1 | now.
IN THE CIRCUIT rot'm .,p TBK 11TH I II .*. amounting to 185.tl. I

Dad Clerk of County Circuit. rlorida Court.. I JIOKIAL' CIRCUIT: IN AND FOR,, Said.. certificate together with all sub Or 11041.11 0' TAX KRTIFI': You'11 thank me for this suggestion -
COUNTY FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY Omitted or levied taira will b* malt ..
DAME "equent (A CEil. Appl/raIlan 4758 I
Circuit
MallBY
Court N C UTERHKTT B c. 1 NO. 24.463.IN I, 'n the highest bidder at the Court House ll Notice h hereby .lven that Mr. Or. a few months hence.
: : RF PETITION OPt llaml on the Both day of April lulg betinning rrairur hM filed with m. written rqueetshot
Mar II 1 SI 98" 10SI
( 14
Apr .
I ETHEL COOPER PFAKIN I It the hour of 10 clock a. .... om I the ui ..rtlll..,.. tnyelhrr with nil II. A. CameronNOTII
TO HFCOMB A FREE DEALER anon thereafter ai th Mm may breached .iherqurnt i omitted or le\id. axes Inrludnl .
FINAL flFCRPK <.*""NTIN li LICENSE In due courM. the year U P. held by the 8I,I. b> nil I
TO IIIICOIIIII A FREE PKAI.KR Dated It Miami', Florida, this the Slh da:. ..rtl.... mil mid| to the highest bidder for
i I This matter mining on f or fInnl heirlnt. .f April 1939. .rash u provided by Chapter 1.2'< oC the B OK APPLICATION FOR
end It appeirlni that Mid ETHEL cooP. E. R. LEATHFRMAN ..17 Art. of the Legislature. upon tin ,.... TAX DEED File lltM
lie'' a PR DEAKIN has filed a petition praylnia Clerk Circuit Court owing described mil rotate In the Count I Notice to hereby given that Mr. A I.
pow-- i b* ...01. a free dealer and has .I..n| I Dads County, Florida .f Dodo Run. of Florida, tiwlttLit M..rhim, bolder as assign l of City of
notice thereof In .d... In accordanci.Ith Circuit Court Mail I. Block 14. Boulevard Addition. Tin Miami Tax ttrtiririt. Numbered ItHM.
law. hy puhllcatl. and that Mid mil By JNO FFNNO, D C I..M to b* told ace evidenced by Urtlflc.u listed the 4th diy of July. A. II IM1. has
r l n WM referred. to a 10....' of this connn Publish Apr. 1. 14. tl. IK*. la ISfca of 111.4 and ...r........ team for filed sold Certificate In my office' and hM
; n accordance with law who after tiklni h. yean JiM to linn. both lnclu.lv.II none application fur tax dad aam.
testimony. found that the Mid Ethel C.opeile.kln .mounting to 127"" airman In arrurilanc with law. said .riflcata .
J ll entitled to b* mad a fra* dealers Lou tl mil Itl K L. M...,'. and Addn1i mbr.r- the following described
ll comprt.nl and gwlifidn every r*., loses to h mad ore nrldrncnl, htr l>r.Itkll. >rop.ny. .ltu..... In Dade County; Florida,
-- I.'d. to take chartra of and manav bet No. SUM nf KS4 and npnwnllIIM .r
*..... and property and to bcom Ira Used Cars for the yean loss to 1MB both Inluilv. "trt'll tons i, I: Street, Ipanldlnil I f b.ll.i.1 .
1' dealer. and Mid mater bovine flied .. imountlni U IMt4 I ,.n C.rtwrt.d. Flat Book S, pew ml,
I his report end the testimony In- Mid matteripoa Said tax certificates tonthrr with niluhwqiMnt h. the fits of Miami, county *{ Dsdr.state .
consideration thereof the finding and omitted or Irvin! taxes will b. of FloridaTh. .
worm! of amid maser ace h..h ...lIrmot!. I :old to Ihe hlsheat hldilrr It the Court assessment of laid Property mildly

IT IA TNRNEFORE& CONSIOREO.IItCIUiou. : 1984 Fact! Vessel M-k. $325 H.I .uo> In Miami. on the and d.. of Mw. h. MM Certificate hued WM In the n.....
: ORDEIIED. and ADJUDGED and runs isid 030. beginning nt th* hour of Id cluck 01 Unknown.
/ hat' the mid Ethel Cooper Deakin be. And .L .... or M matt thereafter u the mom Unless laid C.rtlflc.t. thai tw nd>rrar4eordln
Blocks he Ie hereby .ra.tod a ,....... to become .any be reached In doe ioun. I ... to law tax d*>4 will luua tnr*>
Concrete fees dealer I. AceoMane with the lows 1036 blob evert Coastal Dntnl nl Miami HorliU. late the I2lhd'F .,n on the 17th day of M... II. 1>. 1110
0' Florida and the publication of a $300 IO' April A. D IM*.
upon 4 Raw t/rea, rattle of April 1M.. Dated this Ulh day
opy of this ..... In accordane with the t E. II. LEATHERMAN. B. H. LEATHKRMAN
Like thePyramids .iw. she h and hall bee ..* a fr** dealer Clerk Circuit Court I Clerk of Llrrult Court
order the Iowa of rlorida and she I Ia and I Did County. Florida Dade County Flotkta
hall he authorbwd to take chant of andontrol Illl Pandas two 4t Relent I (Circuit Court weir (Circuit Cnirt *>alBy >
hr "lase to contract and be eon.rartrd new palatt I." $335 By ma KKNNO D. C. N STrRRRTT, D. C

with and M see and ba lord and to Uirr.tbt. ..... ... : Publish A.r. 14 II. IS IMt I (Apr 14. i.Ci. May S, II)
sled beneir I* all r apse aa fully aa If,

LIFETIME construction cells Illl Buick .._ ...rt.. sedan I

for Concrete Blocks They ou"Bon9 .""*"act a $325


lasting give you qualities the satisfaction combined of NEWT G. BALL 1937 bargain at-.. '"An' $595 EDWARD STILING


with beauty There are many "ry clean

uses for Concrete Blocks in NOTARY PUBLIC

your building plans. Ask for 1014 9-wbe.l DooI. Iasi-dew

detail. Tsarina ,, ,' "A's $395PRESTON Real Estate General Insurance

Fire Insurance and ...= ...: .

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Kindred Lines a BIRD '' NOTARY PUBLIC

Naranja Rock Co. ,. .
MOTOR CO.- 1 1


'. I n.... IMtNina IS N. KTOIM Ave.V. PBONB opposrrf II HOMHTBAD.TAG AGENCY FLA. Cor. Palm I yVvf. and Ave. B Florida City, Fla. I

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I Pare Twelve _\ I 'I THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday April 21, 1939._ _
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' DAIRY AND BEEF Spots ort(a Young Chicks I
Ij Help Separate Sexes? I

CATTLE THRIVE USDA Workers Report.
m, riANKUiffALL
I Gainesville April 20.-Because: ISTtrtDEft.' TVMI_YOU STOP Mfwf,THE STORE WHERE 100
PULP
\ ON CITRUS
some poulr7melwant to raise PRIMWILL. '
ME TO 11 TH STOKE AND MV SHOPPIKO TNCV NAVE
broilers and others want a laying
I) GET SOME HOUSECLEANING EVERYTHING-AND IT WON'TITHINK
I HOME ANYTHING /LCTMtSit.
flock there U need for
e a practi-
A FEW MINUTES
I ILL SUPPLIES TAKE YOU BUT -J
Gainesville/ April 20. -Citrui cal way for the average poultry-, (.DO SOME mill FOR MET BECAUSE THEIR SI II VIC I K
man to determine sex of babyjchicks I '
SURE /
REALLY rROMPTBallard's
pulp I* an excellent feed for both UEANIN5TOMOIIIIO1
says Norman R. Mehrhof, f
WHAT STORE.
!
i dairy and bret cattle Director, extension poultry specialist. T; \
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Wilmon Newell of the Florida Agricultural -' The Japanese sexing method is
Experiment Station Mid I I accurate but only a trained person'
I in a paper read at the fifth annual| can make the determinationAt
conference of the National Farm; the National Agricultural Research :
Center. Beltst ille. Md.. Dr.
Chemurglc Council In Jackson,''C. W. Knox and J. P. Quinn geneticists .,,
Mint, recently. 1 I I' of the U S, Bureau of Animal -
The station digestion trial|i Industry, have found that such I RANAsLIN'IST710
,
have shown that citrus pulp contains external characteristics as down I
,color down striping beak and
of digestible
a higher percentage -
nutriments than beet pulp. 'shank color are good Indicators of l FLOUll DEMONSTRATION SATURDAY
, The citrus product sells slightly sex<< with. some breeds and crossbreeds -| 5 lb. Box 10 Ib. Bag 20 Ib. Bag
lower on the market, also Citrus
pulp has been found to be as goodas When Rhode Island red males| 22c 39c 79c
beet pulp In producing milk and I II 1 were crossed with Barred Plymouth -
In ftttfening' steers, Dr. Newell said: Rock hens the bureau works -
I observed that chicks with a) WE KNOW
j It is now being mixed With|!white spot on the head were males' e
i blackstrap molasses and the (
new forMEATS
I Those without white spots on the how to care
molasses-citrui pulp is more palatable head proved to be females This
than plain pulp and is more I
method proved almost 99 per cent
readily handled than liquid mo- correct in determining sex in a scientific
Jasses. Favorable reports on its A study of purebred barred
use have been received from Plymouth Rocks showed that female -I Factory Packed manner
prominent dairymen In Florida chicks have an Intense black Sugar 45c
and other states. down and shank and a small white 5 lb.bag
Dr. Newell declared that a spot on the head. The males have Fresh Country
method of drying citrus cannery larger white the
a spot on head Roll Butter
refuse developed at the experiment'grayish-black down and yellow 3 ]Ig. cans
station now Is being used in the shanks Based on these characteristics Milk 20C lb. 29c
Any Brand . .
commercial production of pulp in sexing was 81.' per cent
this state Texas and California. correct.
r t Pint Qt.

MIRACLE WHIP .- . 25c 37c Gold Coin
Sliced Bacon
DR. C. II. DENBY
Chase & Sanborn 40* lb 29c

" Osteopathic Physician Dated COFFEE, lb. ..,C un.

J Spring LambShoulders
Asst. Flavors
I Phone 39Homestead IOC
Par-T-Jel 3 Pkg
t Fla. '/J or whole

(Over Brown's Drug Store) The new way to make Delicious Ice Cream lb. -. 15c

I Jello Freezing Mix, 2 cans . 19cLocal


; I PREEN!! Beautiful Tea Glasses withLIPTON'STEAl41b.can. Fryers Killed

zo 5 C
GOOD USED CARS
on lb .. .' 35cHenslb.30c

'.........."....................1111.. .",.//1111/. ."......"......,,,.......,,?.11111111 11111."',,............ .1.
t 1933 MASTER CHEVROLET COACH: new z 1 : I' lib. S Pry 111.

J paint; motor excellent; good tires; steel I t :<<; CAN CAN / Boned, Rolled
i
body; Fisher no-draft ventilation. I
?N1/1mmw11W1.a./1.w1r. ..,. IW1W..... .........IN1/.NU./a1.11u.1111.Ww1Y.... Veal Roast
: 55c 21c
\ 1938 PLYMOUTH SEDAN; good rubber; paint I lb. . 29c
good; motor runs like new; steel body and
'
top; upholstery clean. I Large Redland'A KRAFT
r"........."."",,,,...,,............,,..........,,.......................,,........../NN",."....,..."...........W 1 ORANGES 2 doz. PRODUCT '
i . lb.
; 1937 CHEVROLET DE LUXE SPORT SEDAN -

; motor worked over; seat covers; Golden RipeBANANAS
f paint fine; steel body and top; Fisher no- 3 IbsI4C 16c
draft ventilation; perfected hydraulic MUG 1 XI
I brakes. rN.rls /
i r/NINW...--.--.."..WYNNNU11unNNN1_........."'....._ _._...._. Fresh nun.0'

; 1936 CHEVROLET STD. COACH; radio and STRING BEANS, lb. ...IOC

other accessories; U. S. Royal deluxe tires
: nearly new; paint good; motor perfect; Long CrispCELERY ifiESfkBlrlWoH

: Fisher no-draft ventilation; steel body and Ig. bunch. .1 2C s ALE

l top.

! ;;FORD WMNNNMIN.YWNIIINWY/WYIYNN1YrY1N/YNINNNNNNW.NIN.NIN.YNNWNNY TUDOR; motor excellent; tires LETTUCE I C

fine; paint very good; clean; has been in 2 Ig. heads 3 for 19c 1
good hands.
rNYNWMMN.NWIW 1W WMN. WY11.NY1111NWINNNNNW 1N11NIWWMNN1N11YWIW WNMNWIYN Green Top-Home Grown

1937 CHEVROLET MASTER TOWN SEDAN; CARROTS, bunch .. ... 5C
good paint; radio; accessories; motor fine; Ivory Soap
steel top and body; Fisher no-draft ventilation oiiu-uau

"_. ; perfected hydraulic"...._brakes._..,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,., CAULIFLOWER, lb. :. .12C 10c
1935 PLYMOUTMCOACH" 11g. Cake ._____.....

WNYWMMW II .....__ Fresh Another tg. Cake 5c

1936 PONTIAC COUPE very. good paint; 14 LB.BUNCH.
nice clean ASPARAGUS 33C
job. Both ...... 15cj



I. Bird Chevrolet.. Co.Oldest

Fft R N KLI N "tnow
Chevrolet
Dealer on Florida East CoastIn

Business Since March, 1926 *J

Homestead, Fla. Phone 98
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