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 Material Information
Title: The leader-enterprise
Uniform Title: Leader-enterprise (Homestead, Fla.)
Portion of title: Leader enterprise
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: South Dade Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Homestead Fla
Creation Date: April 28, 1939
Publication Date: -1941
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1931.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 29, no. 2 (Jan. 10, 1941).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 29, no. 1 (Jan. 3, 1941).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002057831
oclc - 33835104
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Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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VOL. XXVII-NO. 17 HOMESTEAD!, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, APRIL 28. 1939 PRICK FIVE CENTS:





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Photos to Aid Pat Cannon NO EMPLOYEE TO BE FIRED -



In Bid for P. 0. Building'INADEQUACY 'I ON DEMAND OF OUTSIDERS




Homestead Hospital Drive Workers I WITHOUT PROOF OF WRONG


Told How to Attain Goal of $10,000 -----. -

.' [ THE WEATHER Quick Action Pledged to
OF The drive for Homestead's municipal ef the building and the beautifi.1. ftlrW-l>.,null.! UM..atnvkvlt.mii.ul
QUARTERSHERE ..... Substantiated
hospital moved into full cation of the grounds. Within a' a. HMMMM, rtou Any
swing when committee members'';short time the plans and specifications D.I. lM .IMm.t oar.| ... Charge
were given Instructions and other]' which Dr. Smith receivedlast April 21.. HO M J30 IS -
SHOWN interested persons conducted an I week, win be given to Mayor April 12 _. | 13 I! 68 13014 j. FIERY CROSSES FAN
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open forum at a meeting with Dr. Tom Harris for approval and then April ,
J. A. Smith and Preston B. Bird;forwarded to WPA officials. April: 24 .!\ 64 I 73 30.10April IRE OF COMMUNITY
in the city council chambers( Dr. Smith 'announced at the 25 (8 70 )30.03: I
Plea for New Structure Thursday morning.The I meeting today that approximately April 28 88't 63 3000 'Burned in Front of Harris
Again to Be Made goal of the drive Is approximately $8,000 has been pledged and do April 27 .f) 83 ,,21119 and Sykes HomesSimultaneously
In Washington $10,000 which will be used,nated. Donation of materials,
to purchase equipment for the, trucks for hauling materials,
$48,000 Institution and to add to equipment, both inside and outside LIME MOVEMENT
CONGRESSMAN SEES the fund which the city is required -'have been promised, he said, and Mayor Tom Harris, In front of
FUNDS READY SOON to furnish toward the coat this saving will be deducted by i GAINS 300 PERCENT I whose home a fiery cross was
) I the government from the city'; burned last Friday night at the
Requested Pictures Give share of the project's cost Dr.1 same time that one was turned In
RESCUED DOCTOR I I Smith said he hoped the goal of OVER 19381 front of the home of Patrolman '"
Graphic Evidence of II I I
the drive wilt be reached within ,W. H. Sykes, had this to say last
Local Need AT' several weeks so that construction I i I 'night in an interview with a representative
IS TREATED ;can be started. I I The movement of Persian limes of this newspaper: 'r
Photographic views of Home- The building :rill be 178 feet in this spring was 300 per cent! "If any individual or 11I1\Lftt- s",
.... tead'f post office, showing the inadequacies LOCAL HOSPITAL'length and it feet In width, 'with greater than that of last year, but tlon knows anything against the .
and deficiencies of the (Continued on Page Two) this fruit is returning to the grower|conduct of any member of the police
present crimped quarters, were I j jUNION'S .I only about (0 per cent of what department of any de-
forwarded Monday to Congressman Sitting On his bed at the PostGraduate I was returned a year ago, it was de-l partment of the city, for that mut
Pat Cannon at Washington hospital. Homestead, Dr.' PACKINGMEASURE I dared by Clarence J. Parman of, ter-and can produce proof I Will
-. The pictures were requested by John Folk, 71, retired physicianand Homestead in an address before certainly.. that such a person I Is
v)dt. anrfon1h I recent letter addressed naturalist, Tuesday reviewedthe : KILLED the Krome Memorial Institute at!dismissed from the employ of the
to the editor of the Leader 70 hours he was lost in the ,, the Florida State Horticultural I city pre-emptorily.
Enterprise to "aid me materiallyIn mangrove swamps of Key Largo Society's annual meeting last 'As long as I am mayor, how-
presenting claims for I new without food and with very little I IN LEGISLATURE week at Hollywood.However |ever, no police officer la going to
building at Homestead when funds water "If It had not been for the returns based on current lose his Job just because some Individual -
art appropriated." mosquitoes and lack of water it I quotations show that Dadei: or group of Individualsis
Homestead some time ago was Would not have been so bad," he i I A bill sponsored by the Vegetable County growers of limes are netting jealous of him, prejudiced
placed on the list of places eligible, Packing House Employees more for their tree run fruit against him, wants his job or hasa
for new post office buildings.Referring :: ,said.Dr.. Folk was brought to the hospital I Union, which would have required than the California growers are desire to dictate how the city
the congressman's request Monday afternoon. He had, buyers to wrap and crate tomatoes selling thelr's for In the New York government Is to be run."
to the Redland District ,been missing in the wilderness ol,I at the point of purchase for market Mr. Parman said i I I If intimidation of Homestead's
Chamber of Commerce, Editor Ben the northern portion of the key out-of-state destinations, was Mr. Parman a local packer and mayor and stirring up of public
Archer was appointed a little more : since 8 o'clock Friday afternoon. killed by unanimous vote of the shipper of Persian limes, spoke on sentiment! against him was sought
than two weeks ago by Geo. W. "It Isn't the first time I've beenj agricultural committee of the legislature "Persian Lime Marketing" and In the burning of the fiery crosses,
Turner, then president, to give Mr. I In the swamps hunting shells," Dr. Wednesday, it was an was one of five speakers from the result was the opposite.In .
Cannon every co-operation. This I Folk said. "I guess I got a little] nounced. | Homestead whose themes were every quarter of Homestead
"appointment was later confirmed panicky when I discovered I was I The measure, it was said, was fruit of the Redland District. opinion of the Friday night episodewas '
;by the new chamber administra i lost and started walking. If I aimed at truck buyers who ship The horticultural society re- expressed openly and In no
large of tomatoes In elected Charles I. Brooks, Miami, .
tion.Delay i had stayed in one place my friends I quantities uncertain terme."EftI''body
was caused by the necessity would have located me quickly." bulk out of the state and was" designed president at the closing session. knows Tom HarrisIs
of getting permission of the I Dr. Folk exhibited three snail I I to provide more work for Other officers named were vlceI a' clean as I hound's tooth and
post office department to have the shells. "These were what I was packing house employees. I I presidents, T, Ralph Robinson, Orlando straight as a die, and that he would
(Continued on Page Two) i after when I became lost," he Recently, a petition signed by. H. C. Hendrlckson, Eustis, not tolerate any monkey business,"
I"I'll add them to my .ald'i 80 Redland District 1 growers protesting land F M. O'Byrne, Lake Wales;I was a sample remark.
Business Men Will Talk : 100,000 which came from all partsof passage of the bill was for.'1 secretary, Bayard F.Floyd, Davenport "Best mayor Homestead ever
Plans for Half Holiday the world." II warded to the Dade delegation at' ; and treasurer, Frank Holland 'had. Made a full-time job of getting
i Never during his wandering[ in Tallahassee. |' Winter Haven. The society the bond situation cleared up."
Twenty-eight places of business the wilderness was he frightened, Grower here pointed out that. will meet next year In Tampa Mr. Harris was attending *
the bill would have caused such[ growers and prospective in the hall of
have signed < petition to close each Dr. Folk said. "I was kind of wor-I 1growers meeting city leadingcitizens
added expense to those who buy I I should recognize the fact to for
Thursday at noon starting next ried at times, but I knew sooner plan a municipal
truck that the that limes are no different from
and transport by when the
hospital crosses were
but definite decision will (Continued Page Two
on )
week a
i I healthy competition of the cash.I I other articles that are sold and burned. When he was saUed out
be reached at luncheon
a meetingof on-the-barrel-head buyers would I II i I that there Is high competition In and Informed of what had taken
Redland business District men. called Chamber by the of REDLAND GROUPPRESENTS I have been eliminated. (Continued on Page Two) place, he and others thought he
was being "kidded. A telephone
Commerce for noon Tuesday at
Legion halL Other problems of PARK Local P. T. A. Names W. R. Bird Head t and call to 12-year-old his home son, where had returned his wife
business men also will be dis III
,cussed. It was announced. And Approves Bond Plan for New Gym from a P. T. A. program In which
Those who signed the summer SITE TO COUNTY I the boy had played a part:, to find
-half-holiday petition were: Fred- -- the cross still burning in front of
erick's Shoe Shop, W, H. Woods, The Homestead Parent-Teacher elected unanimously as follows:I the house, confirmed the report.
Alice Hobson, Mrs. B. C. Murphy, A committee of the Redland -Association elected W. R. Bird first vice-president, Mrs. M. F.III.h In his interview last night Mr.
Western Auto Association Store, District Improvement Association president Friday night and approved h White; second vice-president, Mrs. Harris confined his remarks to the
McCrory store, Homestead BuildIng Tuesday presented a ID-acre tract a suggestion that the local Preston B. Bird; secretory, Mrs. statement quoted at the beginningof
and Loan Association, Rome ef land at Redland road and Coconut school tax district vote bonds to Geo. D Ruehle; and this article. From other sources,
stead Furniture Company, Herman Palm drive to the Dada County finance the loan portion of a FWA' Mrs. W. E. Rheney. however, came an account of how
Marks Smith's Barber Shop, Bur : board of commissioners as a project to construct a new gym The gymnasium /treaaurer'l the mayor In I deadly fury Friday
ton's Department Store, Great prospective site for the construction nasium. cost $50,000 and the night over the terrorizing. of Ms
Atlantic and Pacifle Tea Company, of I tourist park and recreation The meeting was held In the out- would cost $10,000, C. J. family, singled out certain Individuals
Homestead Music Store: Wollam eentet. door theatre between the high I) Rotary representative, told the aa-t In a sidewalk group and
Kendrick Sheffield Electric The commission accepted the I! school building and the vocational I If approved as a PWAl explained In expressive and unfaltering
Company, The Men's Shop, Homestead offer tentatively and appointed]I education building.Mr. [ project, 45 per cent of the cacti language, made none the
i Hardware Company D. L. Commissioner J. D. Redd and' Bird I w the first man to be will be financed by an outright{ less colorful by six year la the
I Bowel* Barber Shop, Redd Dry Park: Superintendent A. E. Barnes elected president of the organize-} grant from the government and!United States Marine Corps the
Cleaners L. C Dodd Radio Service consider the proposition and to tlon. His nomination was termed 5J per cent will be a long-terrni)strata of society In which he believed -
1 Homestead Haberdashery, Mae make t formal report at the next a "surprise package" by Mrs.! loan people who would perpetrate -
Morris Beauty Shop, T. Orfanedes, regular meeting of the commission. S. L West, chairman of the nominating It Is for repayment of the loan such a deed might belong.
, C. C. Pray Waters Barber Shop, Directors of the improvement committee In reporting the' portion that the school tax district I The crosses, three feet la height,
Variety Store, W. T Buss. and Dr association voted at a meeting committee' recommendations. All would bond Itself to the amount were constructed of gas pipe and
C H. Denby. (Continued en Page Five) I of the committee's nominees were (Continued on Page Two) (Continued on Page Two


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! Iin funny 'hats; and Frank Rice, try Is receiving great benefit, he ''),
of the receipts)
opened. A portion I I LOST DOCTOR Irwin Ben Shuler and said. )
POST OFFICE f ft of the hospital will be placed In a, i Hooker '
{ city hospital fund, which will be!I _,_ Glenn Schroeder, the picadores.There There are three types of operaty ,
t ---- : used for maintenance and general| (Continued from Page One) was, also, a chorus of ors or shipping organizations engaged -

i (Continued from Page One) I I upkeep. It is planned that equip I or later tome one would find me" encrilas and a fourth grade in the marketing of Persian "I

pictures! taken but the Job was ment of each room will cost $150. he laid. chorus The masks for the animal -, limes, Mr. Parman said. First, he

I completed Saturday and the prints Solicitors In the drive will "When I left the cat containingmy characters were made by the said there is the grower-shipper, _t

mailed out Monday with them written Information friends on the road I Intended,, art classes and the costumes, by who market his own fruit, usually '''',

Two exterior views were In the carry about the hospital.I Al i to be gone only 15 minutes," the the WPA sewing group. i'! from a small grove. As a result, 'y

series of six photographs sent One "schooling" meeting for the workers doctor Mid. "The shouted to me Miss Msble Williams, art teacher he is of the type that questions the t

shows the front of the post office to better acquaint them with several times and I answered. directed the play. integrity of all organizations han-
and hows I hear them Mrs Julian H. Webster, by-laws dling fruit. J'
looking southeast, the details of the drive will be heldat Finally I could no more
the traffic light that marks the intersection 2 o'clock Monday afternoon.' and when I started back I foundI chairman recommended two insertions The co-operative the second "

of the Dixie highway A meeting will be held at'' was lost. In a abort time it was which will be voted on in type, is a non-profit organization ; ,

and Krome avenue. How traffic, 2 o'clock general Thursday afternoon.Mr. night so I decided to make myself the next meeting May 26. I II which operates for mutual bene ,"+

hazards preclude any parking facilities -' Bird appointed the following' a bed and go to aleep. I Mrs. Ben Archer president, an-' fits. The great trouble here Mr 1'

at the present location and) as members of the executive com- "Next day I really got thirsty nounced that the playground Parman said is that most of the

how pedestrian patrons must runt mittee of the campaign: George I obtained a little water from,,, equipment recently ordered was policies of the co-operative are ",

the same gauntlet of traffic from': Cooper Walker Fowler, Luther crevices of rocks. In the after shipped on April 10. She an-' made, not from an economic or

an angling highway Intersection; Chandler William Brodie and' noon It started raining and I!I nounced also that the WPA supcryisor business standpoint, but are die '..

are shown and explained. The Edward Stlling. 'trapped tome water-maybe about I of recreation projects for tated by expediency.

other outside picture shows the! The area for solicitation was!I two ounces-In cupped leaves. the state hopes to be able to give! The third type, the Independ

rear of the post office.ck.IlIr:1:! divided into six districts. Committee "The next day I found no waterat 'I the association another three-week I ent packer, is In the business
front is shown a mail I | members and the districtsIn I all. I knew that they were'community music .institute but, purely for business reasons, Mr.

and ingress of which is through which l they will work were i searching for me because I saw that It can not be promised den-\\ Parman said. His business 1* highly -

an alley between a private home) elected as follows: airplanes circling around. I wentto I nitely because there may competitive and he always must

end a commercial garage buildinga District I No. 1, composed of Per-1 open spaces and tried to signal change of policy at the close of be successful In handling the A
that when two but I the administration's fiscal on] fruit else he will .
apace so narrow rlne and Peters, Walker Fowler, M and once I climbed a tree year growers' b,
vehicles meet/ one must back out c. Hagen, Mrs. 'S. J. Walker andJ 'could not make them see me. I June 30.Mrs. eliminated from the Industry.
and wait for the other to get In S. Peters.: saw no snakes nor animals In the B. G. Dye's room in the;

or out. District No.2, Goulds, Luther! swamps, but a squirrel kept me elementary school and Mrs. E. H.Gallaher A ; '1
: 'Threcof thiinterlor views ', room in the high school
his
were : awake some Sunday night by
Chandler, W.' H. Owens, A. F. Ar- J
taken, from.various' angles in the thur, Tom Talbott, Hugo Vlhlen' chattering above, my head. won the attendance prizes. /
lobby. I and Mrs Harvey Gossman. : Dr. Folk weighs 90 pounds and Punch prepared by Mrs. A. F'

One, looking toward the entrance District No.3. Princeton and Is five feet In height. Hr left his Arthur. Mrs. Geo. L. Murray, Mrs.I I YOU GET M
order and T. E. Kirby and.Mrs. Parman, ,.l
shows the money Naranja. Mrs. J. M. Brown, Wilson friends In an automobile Oil the was
postal savings windows. It also Cash George Cooper, Mrs. C. Overseas Highway where the served by ,the bulls, the bumble|!

shows how a line formed from themoney E. Elchenberger', J. H. Hickson A road forks, the main highway bee ,and the, senoritas. EXPERTBARBERING
order window blocks Ingress Homestead and the
turning toward I
D. Fogle Walter Moody. I
to the parcel post window District No. 4, Homestead Ed island road extending to the Key
the general delivery window and Gallaher, Claude Campbell and I Largo Anglers' Club, and walked LIME MOVEMENT\ 1
the lock box section; also how, at north.
W. H. Woods. I II
mail hours patrons must break District No. 8, Redland, William Dr. Folk who retired 10 years (Continued from: Page One)
.through the line to get to the mall Brodie. I' ago Is a perennial visitor to
I the business Mr. I-rman said AT
and the boxes. A view of the ;
'drop Miami. His home Is at Bridgeport
District Florida
No.8. City (The keen
competition comes from I II
lobby, "shot" from the entrance W. Va. He returned to Miami I
William J. Geroni-
Roy Chandler
Italy, Mexico, the Dominican Re-
shows clearly the cramped quarters Tuesday afternoon.
I, that wholly Inadequate to mo and Edward Stilmg. I I public and California and producers BUSH'S'BARBER
are
A committee to work in Miami 1 and shippers are strainingat ;

/ serve much the less summer the winter time population crop ofpatrons. I will be selected. LOCAL P. T. A. the lensh, trying to outdo oneanother :
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in
I an attempt to capture
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Another picture not
I taken during the rush hour. FIERY : (Continued rm; Page One) the market at the highest possible
he said
CROSSESI price
showed a small line from the general of 133,000 he said.
I I i I Mr. Parman said great strides SHOP
t delivery window blocking access -( In the course of questioning
have been taken
lately in the
I packaging -
to the two other windows and (Continued from Page One) during the open forum held on the
and of limes but ,1
grading
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t the lock boxes. The long dark wrapped with gasoline-soaked proposal Mr. Parman said that an '.
the
shipping agencies are seeking
and narrow corridor along which,I additional levy of three mills N. KROME AVE.
I additional Impro\'ement. The best
the lock box section Is located rags.Before off the Interest and the
would
the burned in
1 cross was pay {: package that will command the
with the letter drop at the farend front of the Harris home, an auto- principal The district now votes
\ Is shown In another picture I highestprice always is being j .
mobile the evidently 10 mills biennially.
patrolled vicinity, -
sought and result the Indus
as a ,
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with the electric light that is l to determine if the "coast Principal' B. M. Hindman was I """""""""""""""""""...T

necessary all the time, turned on was clear" it was said. At the appointed to draft a resolution advising -'

in the corridor. Sykes home the cross burners the county school board

j The photographs were snappedand were delayed for ten minutes by I that the Homestead P. T. A. favors

developed by Elbert Froscherof children playing In the street. the holding of an election to bond

Coconut Grove a former resident When the children departed, the the district for financing the loan' GOOD USED CARS

of Homestead.In fire was started. portion of the project :'
a letter accompanying the The cross burners and those who Illuminated by footlights and
photographs Archer told Congressman accompanied them were dressed In] floodlights the grassy floor and: ......."' ................."' .."' '''..............''''''..".........".............'''_.."............................

Cannnnr. white robes and hoods it was said. foliage-winged sides and back of, '
i "On the back of each picture I Patrolman Syjtes said he knewof the John L. Butts Memorial i) 1935 MASTER CHEVROLET COACH; new \
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have written .description and action his whether made, an effective setting
no on part paint ; motor excellent; good tires; steel !
explanation of disadvantages and ,
official or otherwise that could' presentation of the seventh grade's'
Inadequacies shown. Please have been the basis for displeasing' dramatization of "Ferdinand, the: body; Fisher no-draft ventilation.MMIMNNINIMMHH..NNw.IIN..MNNN..HHHY. :I:
vise if you require more data. individuals. Bull." ,
any organizations or I
know that a great mass of data .d-I The crosses, one In front of the Arnold Mcllwain was Ferdinand,1;'

briefs on the need of a post Harris home on East Kings Highway Virginia Kelley, his mother; Ardel 1933 FORD COUPE; radio; good tires; nice j

for Homestead has been sent to, and the other In front of Parman Anne Rheney and Fay,
Washington in previous years and Sykes' home on S. Krome were Pierce the other bulls; J. T. clean job. t

ought to be on file with the post, burned, simultaneously, at. 9 Prltchett, the bumblebee; Tommy'Harris ........"...................,,,...............,.....,,.......................,,.........................",....."........... it
fficsj department. o'clock. the matador; Gene Jernl-

"You will certainly earn the Two automobiles conveyed the gan, the sword bearer; Howard[ i 1937 CHEVROLET DE LUXE SPORT SE-

lasting gratitude of the citizens of cross to the Harris home, while a: Kirby I Lewis Vickers, Lynn .
Homestead If you will push our single car visited the vicinity of, Jack Polar and Eugene Lott, men DAN; motor worked over; seat covers ; '

heed of a post office through to Patrolman Sykes' home. I I paint fine ; steel body and top; Fisher no- !!
successful conclusion. The Inade-
quacies of the present post office Patrolman police headquarters Sykes was at the on dutyat time i draft ventilation; perfected hydraulicbrakes. !

are something upon which we all of the cross burning. He said he .
feel very strongly_nd we are
notified of the
growing more 'het up' over It all was by telephone ......................,.."...,."..................,..".............................................................-
affair in front of his home but was J
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the time-
unable to respond Immediately because
1931 PONTIAC SEDAN; priced to sell.
the police car was being used

HOSPITAL a: by Patrolman Dye on a call. Five' .................,....................".-......,.'''.........-......-..."............-.....................
minute later, he said, the call of
the cross burning in front of the 1934 FORD TUDOR; motor excellent; tires {

(Continued from Page One) I: mayor's home was received. He
fine clean has been in
ten rooms and 15 beds. It 1.11 i I commandeered a passing automo- ; paint very good; ;

planned to have equipment and bile and was driven to the Kings good hands.
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units similar to the latest metro'I''I''i Highway scene and later went to i .
politan hospitals. Rates his home N..w.MNNM.M..NNMHMNwNNM.IMNIIHNHHINMNNMN111/1aIINMNN..NwIH 11N"I."NNNMNNM '
I own and began his In-
and the of the Institution Concrete Blocks :
tients policy vestigation. '
1937 CHEVROLET MASTER TOWN SEDAN
will be adopted before it is ;

'I NOTICI or TAX APPLICATION DEaD roB Like thePyramids good paint; radio; accessories; motor fine; 1 :
LEGAL NOTICES
CtwatOT IT4IT-Aria at IMt-ttlo' "-In,
t NoUo lo ....... ll..a that myrtle steel top and body; Fisher no-draft venti- :
HOIKS or APPLICATION FOR T.ma. %.... af SUM ....I eoa.." Tax
TAX DKID. Flk SIMI Cortlftoiu No. 11614 head Iha Tlk day of lation ; perfected hydraulic brakes.
Notice' a) Mob aiwa tax Fr..d .who.-. ".._ A. D. ..... ka IM move I* .y
"01_ a. a. waa> .. Clip .. Hlolatk T..I afflro and .... aiada .>>.1......... It a tat LIFETIME construction calls ...__......_...'m_..._.....'_...._.....................__".._..............
Cwtlfleata KiuaamS 424. data 'M 14 da* ..d la a heed u.laid Cortlllralo I
af Julr. A. D. IN*, kaa flied .aid Cartlfl- lai.r.iM Ih* following ......_ araaortyla for Concrete Blocks. They
tat. In .r. aft.., and ka .apaltrattaaor ... Cwa.tr of Dad. SUM of Florida. give you the satisfaction ot 1935 PLYMOUTH COACH.. X
Ul flood to a..a thnvoa la aeoordaaniritk ..It.
.... laM taniftaata waraooi tko S. M ft af Nt4 Blk IS. Fan Villa lasting qualities combined
fol....... a...rikW araaanr. II......* ta! Hikta.. BUt Book i. aacta IM.IM, hi tko with beauty. There are many
Cad Coa.W. Florida. .......I Counts .. Dodo, flata of FlorUaI .
Blocks Inyour
Lot 11, Block 4 Nth St. tom..., hi tk. .saa.a .. said ._ ..riderIAS uses for Concrete
fiT. of Hlateak. CeMty of Dado, SUM .f said .aontflral Wutd I ma I. IM aapoUaaaowi. building pUns. Ask for

.= TN _W said paprb eaMi '(1.1..said ..wMff.No shall W wd.cd detail Bird Chevrolet Co.Oldest
W .aid .Ht..w 1.-d 1ft &lie a_ ...adh.e .. .... the 'v.-w -.....
i =01 UaAaoam.Cata. %boreia will W ioM ta tka ktokoM kUdor .
. (r :.Z: old aMttfttaki *kH W -, .. .... Gout HaaM door aa tko tint Moala -
+ ka kM. ta. d.d.iR bass lau.o. ... th. .. Nor IS, .kk* rAt Rock Co.
=:k Its* lit aw of Mar. ,.... Naranja Chevrolet Dealer on Florida East Coast
t r, EaJad. this'J.i Morok. A. D. I tee, Bead .... SMk dar af Marrl. IMS.B. .
"r B. S. LBATHSUIIIAM B. LBATHKBklAN; In Easiness Since :March 1926
..- Clark at CaraaH COM: *. I Chok .. ClitoJt Court., tae" U3tNanaJa.

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Mrs. Mary Epperson, 79, .. Kinard Has Important' 'j Pastor Says Servility Marohn Funeral -Senrices

CHAMBER ASKED I Dies in Miami Hospital "Dress Rehearsal" Role': Growing in DemocraciesServility I Are Conducted at'' Miami


TO JOIN ROTARYIN Funeral service for Mrs. Mary Richard Kinard-win have the I la growing; Americaand j Edward Chandler Marohn,of 19 Florida father City of,
Mrs Roy
Epperson, 79, of Naranja, widow starring role In "Dress Rehearsal," other democracies because
of John Epperson, who died Tuesday economic power tit bovrtnf to. polUicnt -: died Tuesday morning In Kendall
BACKING GYM 8 two-act comedy ,under iponsorrliip -,. where h* was taken three
In a Miami Hospital were held of the Redland District Lion* power, the .ft4t., Joseph; hospital diabetes
from
at 3 o'clock yesterday afternoon at Club. which. will be presented tonight .' Barth. Pastor of the First {Unitarian{weeks ago suffering
Cooperation of the Redland District the Turner Funeral Home, Burial at the Redland High.Soteol Churtli, Ml mi, said J .an4ddr sIK I Mr. and Mrs. Maroha were u*.

Chamber of Commerce in devising was in Palm Cemetery, Naranja rod Saturday night at the Hom-,, fora the aU and I5ijpijI.VHMCluii ( Itlog Mr. and Mrs. Chandler hen
ways and means of obtaining Mrs. Epperson wa the oldest stead High School. I, mf mt! Tuesday Irohff ;t. ,I. Mr Maroha who had been in bad
a vote on a bond Issue for a charter member of Naranja Chap- Others who have prominent Democracies under the pftoehtFcononU health\ for several years wio taken

new gymnasium was sought by a ter, Order of Eastern Star. She parts are Mr. and Mrs. Larry f system ar* gifting ill. In 1934 and 1933 they lived

committee from the Rotary Club was a native of Roachdale, Ind., Pope, Miss Lois Behrens, Miss Mildred toward dictatorship," Dr."Barth'in Florida City but Inter moved toVIet.

at a meeting of the chamber and came 'to the Redland District I Small, Lafton Burns, Frank declared. "Generally, thrr< not .. The Marohn came to Flat

Wednesday night. 27 years ago. She Is survived by'Schneider, J. Q. Caldwell, Robert:;enough desire for fnedontr'iiid) Ida from Great Falls, Mont, in

The committee was headed by two cousins, Mrs. Nora Higgle, MacDonell, Charles Pratt, Dr. C T. equality of man, which maktf.for. 192S. He had been a rancher in
C. J. Parman, who urged immediate Miami, and Mrs. Charles Porter, Robinson Jack Gatlln, Joseph i the true democracy. j I the West and sine coming to
action. He explained to the Los Angeles, Calif. Hlckson, Claude Campbell, George i We in America live best and ar Florida had followed the carpentry
members the bond issue would be The Rev. Noah Peterson, pastor Cooper and Marty Gessler. I happiest because we have the Ideal'' trade.
for approximately $33.000 to obtain of the Naranja Baptist Church,! Mill Bee Watkins, a repreaentativc > type of democracy. People of,I Funeral services were held yesterday .
a $80,000 gymnasium. officiated at the services. Pallbearers of the Amateur Theatre.J other nation want this freedom I at .a Miami funeral home.

'Howard Johnson acting president all past patrons of the Guild of Boston U director of the; we enjoy, but it 1* Impossible '' Burial was la Graceland Memorial
Naranja Eastern Star Chapter, addedto t em because military might Park.
J. W. English Carl. play. To proceeds will be 101'1'
appointed ,
Andenon: and E. L. Lawrence toj' were Walter O. Talbott, W. H, the club's fund for fight conservation bid equality" man." Besides his wife ADtotattt, and
Owens, Charles Gosm, "L. A; and'blrJid work. > Dr.'Barer was Introduced by Mrs. Chandler Mr. Marohn leave
work with a Rotary committee) Young G. W. Jioody and 'H. H. J. Harold lUock of Miami. 'Tony another daughter' Mrs. P. A.
to Obtain alt data on the proposed
bond .Issue, Including the amount Graham. Local Boys to Graduate Sharabba, ot the Royal Palm Club' Klng.bury of Uleta, and a brother,

of the additional tax levy, and re Local RotesVisited From Florida U. May.29' Miami, entertained.,with songs-. : Curtaw In Washington itat

port.back the chamber.at the'next meeting of By National Director)I Gainesville, -April 27. .Three) Methodist .Revival I II Annual Meeting PlannedBy

Mr. Johnson read the chamber's { hundred ninety-five student .to Ends Sunday Night
Illustrations of how Rotary I ) Cemetery Association,
four-point program of "aims andj i.ay.were announced as candidatesor
makes the world smaller and promotes
ambitions" for the coming year, ; degrees, kt the regular commencrment :The revival which 'pr. R.
which were adopted at a special' internationalism and the- everclMS of the Unl. II T'ler'.ol Miami and Song Z'I) The annual meeting of the
of International
Rotary object peace through
board of directors.It South Dade Cemetery Association
meeting of the vanity of Florida May 29. Victor Rankin of Florida
Is being planned the directors' acquaintanceship, understandmg Two of the candidates are from ern College have been conducting,I, will be held in the office of the
papers read, to start a membershipdrive and good will were Homllteed-laI'ACI Archer Smith I I In the Homestead Methodist Homestead Insurance Agency Mc-
throughout the Redland Dls-'given to the Homestead Rotary' Jr. who will receive a B .S. da- .Church will come to a close Sun' Crory Arcade, at I o'clock Monday -

trlct each town ot the district to Judge Club Wednesday Karl Miller In of Dodge a talk City by,' free and Ralley: W. Mal'l!)'; Jr. I I day night, the pastor, the Rev J. night Business of Importance
have a director appointed by the who will receive a B. A. E. degree J. Richards, announces.. Serviceswill will be discussed ,It was announced
chamber. Heads of the various Kan., a director of Rotary Inter I r be held this evening at 7.45nd yesterday by Mrs. A. R.

civic organization of Homestead national who la visiting the Rotary:I Bush Sells Equipment on Sunday at both morning Livingston, secretary.EXPERT! .
,
clubs and attending Rotary conferences
will be named special representatives through the southeastern Of Beauty Department and evening hour There will be'

of the chamber accordingto United States. 'l no services on Saturday.Mr. al|

the plan. Judge Miller was on his way tovl.lt I Bush' Barber Shop and Beauty Rankin has been leading RADIOREPAIRING
Mr. Johnson called for reports choir In effective singing and
Parlor yesterday announced the large
the Key West club after having I
of committees appointed to further : charmed Increasingly large
attended the Rotary district,"sale of the equipment and goodwill hal
the of the chamber to buy a' with his solo num-
plans conference held the early port of, of its beauty parlor to Mat congregations
permanent site for the Redland this week in St. Petersburg. He I Morris Beauty Parlor. bers. Dr. Tyler has given great Prompt service on all

District Fruit Festival. E. L. Lawrence is a past Rotary district governor.I j "The same good quality Eugene gospel messages. ; makes specializing on
his committee conferred numbersof
reported of large
Local Rotarians who attended permanent waving and the same The presence
with residents In the vicinity the Florida district conference In'price will be available to our Christian people from other automobile radios .
of the site on N. & Eighth the has
St. Petersburg were President former customers at Mrs. Morrieestablishment Churches of community
street, near the Federal highway, Chas. H. Steffanl and Mrs. Stcf- ." said W. Y. Bush. been a greatly appreciated factorIn L. C. Dodd
found objected to the of the services Mr
and no one fanl, Secretary Geo. M. Frick and Mr. Bush's barber shop will con- the success
holding of the fair at that point. Mrs. Frlck Past President W. M. tinue without change, except that Richards says. All who have not Flowers Bldg.

Several persons interviewed said Fifield and Vice-president Clar- its name will be shortened 1o jet heard Dr. Tyler are Invited to llonirilead, Florida
there would be objections how ence J. Parman. I r'Biisirs Bather Shop. hear him before the meeting closes
ever, if cheap carnival attractions
would be ahown In connection 11I111I1111I111I1111111111I111111I1111I11I1111I1111I1111I1( ( IIIIi11III1111p111111111llilllllllllllllIIIIIIIIII!! ( !
with the fair, Mr. Lawrence said.: Allen West Gets Diploma '' ? I'111111111111111:HI.

Dr. L. C. Shanklm Introduced a From Baptist Seminary'! :

resolution asking the chamber to )
Indorse him officially as a representative Allen West, eldest ton of Mr.
from the Redland Districtto and Mrs. Geo. A. West, will receive
the World's Fair. The members a diploma from Southern Baptist (

voted negatively on the resolution. Theological Seminary on April 30.
Mr. and Mrs West and daughter

LEGAL NOTICESNolle ; Lucille left for Louisville Tuesday. -,,!

OF APPLICATION FOR I They plan to be gone two :
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TAX IIfF.O weeks. j
Chapter nOSY-Ar. .f "III-I'll. .I.TI ,
Nolle to herebr liven that Gnu Roft.... NOTICE Of APPI.(CATION FOB I oil
holder of EverglidM Drainage UUtrlcl Tax TAX BBKOClt.pter I
Certificate Numbered TT44. dated the 1th I' 17 T-AcU of HIS-rile A IStS, :
day of July A. D. HUM hu filed said c... Notice .. hereby .1... lh.t M. W. Christie :
tlflc.u. In mr office, lid hu mull ivpllntlon I holder of lute and County Tn CertlflmwlNo :
for Ux deed to tone thereon In J (04 biuH the Bin day of Au""ol A. V.I
veordint with Uw sold Certificate em- 1 I5. hat filed Mme In mr offlee. in. h.i
Move followlni described property. >I made .ppllratlon fur tax deed to be taueel, : I
mm .:.0 County, Florid., to-wttt thereon. Said Certlflote embraces the I I
B. IM Ft. of 8WV.: of SWi of SWK.IM .'I following deeerlbed propertr In the County<;
R. II ft. .nd 8 SI ft. for lit.. Section'I of Dide, Stile of Florida ....wl&l '
!1. Townihlp II South Ran.. 41 But, In I Tr.ct 2'. lose 1 Canal and It,. RW. fll. :
the County of De.de. Slit of Florida. Fruit lAnd Co 8iib. Plot Hook I, page 11.1
The slim meat of Mid property under In swoon S. Township tS South Knee 40, : tit
tne ,aid ....I'..... Issued vu In the "lime I Fut conl.inln. a Acre more ... two I.
oil Unknown the County of D.de lute of Florida. I is
Unite,, sold, CenlflclU lh.ll be rMle>nieJrrordlne The .._m.nt of .Id Dropertr under I :
to liw. tax deed will Maw thereonon the Mid ..nffl..,. Issued WM hi the saint'
the 14th day of II.,. A. D. IDS*. I oft W. A. K.uffm.n. I II IVnl ;
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D..... this loth day of Anrll CIS.. I >ea sold entitle. shall b* .......... ;-.
E. H LEATHKKMVN. .cording to law the property described
Clerk of Circuit Court, j therein will be told to the hl.he t bidder
bide County, n....... I the Court homo door on the tint MiinI .
(Circuit Court Ben.1' I.t I In the month of June, (559 which le
By H. C 5TERRETT. D. C.Apt. nth day of June. 191V I How Would You Like to See Your
( !.. Sgt Mar I, 12, 19. 19891 Piled this lth d." of April 1 IO. I -
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Clark of Circuit Court

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sax ARcala _.r ...... By AGNEW WELSH.

kuauosua LEACH .** :*!"*'"|, Mftr ....MI_...W Iu W IMYMIY4_..IYYNIYYNMM Yly
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The going out ft the live .f

.sawed :;.ro-:....sae 01 n1r r such men a* Dr. Join B. Tower
---... at.w5 .... she. ..r.r..a ... I Ir leave a void in any community ,1I \
.. .m, thus affected. Miami honored hi*

I alafaseytotf ;uu I counterpart, Or. James M, Jackson .
20 MI I'Moe1d4. ,. by naming li* _hospital. after ',
., oMIt c..w __ its' him Co. thou and do likewise }
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Ballad of Bone Miztlle y i44G A stair In television says that '.1
g ""Men.: ..e the U. S. Is the entertainment center ,,,1
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By Baby tearb Canon: lop of the world. Isn't there danger

At Kissimmee they tell of old M. in this of paying too much attention i
Bon Mizelle to pleasure and letting the

And the stranger who died OB ,4,6 4Wax. other fellow do your thinking? ;
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his hands: I ,
How h* died In dry season, and And this remind me that when'I

that was the reason I wa a lad it was a common expression '.1
II* was buried awhile on Bone's that each generation waD
I II II II I
lands. growing weaker and wiser. ThisIs ,
being reversed so far as weak ,
He was burled awhile on that pine ness is concerned for we are growing ..
and palm I Isle stronger physically. Th .
In a swamp under Florida sun brain-power specialists have
liy the Cracker who nursed him I
I .! evolved a mental test that they
and cursed him
who loved him call the Intelligence quotient "

Just before his demise had 10 (I. Q) and have placed a grade ,

begun. I ...:+..ar.w .j.. ROf of 120( as normal If you rank .

"Jen take this news ka'mly" Bone above that you are a genius; if -1

wrote to the family r below 85 you are drifting towardthe .
The deceased had left 11 vln' up I THE A A' RESEMLES moron class and should not
North IQit t propagate the species as such offspring

KI ran send th' remains when there } u.s. NAVAL A/4.' are likely to become the .I''I

come up some rains (STATION ATSACOlA > THP HMD Of criminal class and social parasite

And u* pine Island folk can go its TWS lA&GBST NAVAL 1lWE AGUf4AYIEA6SA ( ./ + of the future. Furthermore genetic .
forth. experts declare that each .
\AVtA7TQff TBA/NMG SCHOOL rmiKMGrus generation in the United State 1* :\

"So provldm' yuh ask it. Ill dig Iff TUB USOQ.LO/ QBffAfl KC-6 declining in, intelligence at the
the casket", RV 71Ar OP while In
up AVfATOtf rate of ten per cent Euro
ALL V.S. tMVAL
Which wa done when the sea yww asQixeso TOGAAOOATS A. 07/9&7/, pean countries it runs 17 per cent
son brought rain. and the itupids are increasing at
And the river could float the flat-I I A1ZR51I the rate of 23 per cent.

bottomed boat [ When I repeated this statement
And the dead boy could travel .............,.......,.....,...............,........=::::j IIllhIIHIIIIuhItIlliillilihI1IIIllIlUl' hIIII i''at the family round-table, mean-

again. I Children in Court I LIQUOR DRINKINGONDECREASEIN i ing I the dinner table it was hooted
down with the remark that thaI
Wham Bon went Kith the coffin I Br Judge !Malcolm Hatfleld 20 Years Ago I Q, rating was too recent a thing

he smiled much too of'en I,uu w Nu n/NN..NINNNN,......?..,,............,,........... I from which to make such deductions
On the boat and en route to the ,
PARENTS ARE RESPONSIBLE Well, think it out for yourself
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car. I AMERICANew but do not
RURAL use your own excellent -
:At the train he laid, "Gimme one FOR ABNORMAL BEHAVIOR ,, I I
I II The following tt.me On ..... ._ schools as a basis The
fare from Kissimmee i I\ THEIR CHILDREN: balm from fJIH 01 the a..t.,4
Homestead area U one of unusual
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r rnt.e.4..t.bl1.b.d /II. II, fell,
To Vermont! Ain't this
corpse eo .... 111006 .....4. Banner and Intelligence
; going far!" A psychiatrist was given the job York April 27.-Rural I ...r.... o.t IT, tall, with ,h. 11._ e *
of assisting the parents of a delinquent "- ,,-, .
-Tbutlh* money wa spent that I America Is climbing back aboard If it i* fashionable for a woman
girl by determining how the I April 14. 1919"Homestead
the family had sent the water wagon with such rapidity -!j to wear shoes with her toes sticking -
And a friend of Bone' said the parent themselves were responsible after five year of repeal, that is proud of the' out I guess a feller should be
,
nest day for the development of a certain class of 18 boy and girls who received allowed to at least have a hole lathe .
"So yuh shipped the lad hum" abnormal behavior In their: at least a quarter of the nation'I certificate of promotion toe of big sock, eh? :'

And Bone said: "No by gum- ch.id. 40,000 chartered communities will I *
This wa the first time that from the grammar school. As they :
For I thought hit all over this be under prohibition again by next Poise is fine quality In a
these parents had ever tried to sat on the lily-decked platformlast
way: fall. This statement la based on woman but when it comes to
trace the source of such manifeitatiom. Friday night, one could not I avoirdupois they think that U
"A* his kinfolks air strangers to the result of a survey Just announced help commenting favorably upon something else again

all of us rangers by the Country Home their appearance. The audience I *
After the second Interview the
I
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Why not give some dead Cracker I Magazine, national farm publication was thanked for their attendanceby The foolishness of witchcraft belief
this ride? psychiatrist was able to point out Loretta Home the salutatorlan. is not confined to the Ignorant

Why not make all this fuss over' certain conditions prevailing within "Despite intensive campaigningby Several pretty piano and vocal' negro of the South nor the semi. ,t+
some pore ole cussWho the family which wr responsible numbersfollowed by the valedic- civilized natives of the Caribbean J
life hadn't wallired in the liquor interests urging temperance '
In tor the ,hlld'. behavior. He tory speech by Julia Musselwblt archipelago. Some year ago a n
pride* ." the magazine states Presentation of certificates of pro- furore arose over the "Dutch hex"
W emphasised the fact that these '
parents "and heavy pressure brought to motion was made by Prof. C. M. in rural Pennsylvania and now
So Instead of that Yank with hismoney
and rank I placed greater. emphasis en bear by numerous .'state liquor Fisher, the following receiving staid old Philadelphia all .

Who had been 'round and seen, physical hygiene, and not enough! monopolies more than 5,000 town them: Elise Mitchell Loretta wrought up over a case tots of fun. significance pn mental hygin.j at the od of 1938, hadused, he I Borne Mary Tower, Vivian Free craft practice in that classic city. :
) local option privilege provided by e a .' .
Julia Musselwhite Thelma Stutz-
I Jen dug up Bill Redd and I sent symptoms; of which were Indicated;
him Instead I the repeal referendum to baa the man. Clarence Smoak, Stewart While returning from Key Westa -',
For ole Bill hadn't traveled by their daughter' sale ef alcohol& within their limit: Leveland, Henry Brooker Jason few day ago I fell into conversation .

'round none' toward day dreaming, 'tendenele'l "Including the 3,500 communities -; Avery, Robert Carter Ray Houston with the skipper 'ef a for
self-consciousness in the five dry state that Jess Caves, Cerda Freed hire fishing craft who said his 't.

-The Florida Parental attitude prohibit distilled liquors the new'' Pauline Brown, Marion and Mar- brother down on one of the Key 1 I
dry roster will easily pass the Jorie Stearns ." was a make-up man pn the Saturday ,'1
TUCher'j ingly Important child because the av-j 10,000 mark by next December. I I"The ..;.,"I,. A. Wise and Miss Minnie Evening Post That I I. a printer' '

4-H Clubs Set erage view unconsciously adopt: new prohibition come on Armstrong were united in marriage term for the man whose duty ,
which
: the parent hold. apace despite the legal and moral on April 18th in Augusta It la to place properly on the rightpages I .
FouriH club enrollment reached Consequently '
parent frequently
darns erected to hold it back, Ga., and art now occupying one the type that has been set
a new high In 1938, with 1,28e,029''trist require In aaaistanc from a piychla-| Rural America I I. going quietly unspectacularly -| of the Woodbury cottages, Mrs. for that bsue-a very important I

boys and girls listed a* member;goal of achievement working out and their also their own dry," concludes the Wise i* an Aiken, S. C., girl and position on such a great weekly i

in 14,594. local,4-H; clubs accordIng own attitude and relationships! to article. I Mr. Wise, who has been workingfor periodical a* the Post ;se

to a report from the department each other a* well a* toward theother most of the winter clerking in e e I
Fuchs' grocery I* now employedby A cross-section of public opla:1)
ol agriculture member of the family. Coast Guard Offers
I I J. D. Redd," ion of what action the United
More than a half million of Education and Career "Sam McKinstry has purchasedthe State should take in helping England .
these bays and girls became club'! Cancer Death Toll Found and a few show cases,! or France in case they should ,

members for the first time last I Meatiest in White Race Washington D. C., Apr. 27.- m't Ford Cochran and also the'' become involved in a European '

This The Coast Guard Academy at New dairy lunch business from Mrs. war was decidedly against helpIng 1
brings to
year. approxl-
Jacksonville: :April;; 27. The London, Conn, offers both an edu- John McKlmmey, and Mrs. Avery either. The vote showed 83 ,I
E ( maU'ly& 7,900,000 the total number'''death rate from cancer: in Florida cation and a career to those who will continue the business at the, per cent against to 17 for. How

{ of young pebpl** who have received -',; for the year 1838 was more than meet Its high standards Mental dairy lunch rooms." i I ever 53 per cent of the Democrat j

4-H training since the work, twice a* high among whit persons requirement for entrance are, in'-"A surprise party was given and 47 of the Republican favor ;
as among negroes. This was general, those necessary for admission Frances Umphrey on her ninth'' ed telling them war supplies, including .
.became nation-wide In 1911 So
made known this week at the to engineering colleges. birthday last Friday afternoon.! airplane
widespread! have 4-H clubs become''Florida State Board of Health Young men between 17 and 23 There were children and it III "

In the past ii year that more headquarter In Jacksonville when years of age are eligible to take i needles to say all had a good,i Crime war and drink are the \'

than forty per cent of the ruralboy 1938 statistics on cancer: were released the examination.The j time three elements that add a heavy
by Dr, Edward M. L'Engle,! four years' course of Instruction "Charley Barnes has moved to burden of needles expense on the
and girl reaching the ,
aver4te
-,I director of the bureau of vital Is basically scientific and the place near Farm Life School' "Haves." A recent estimate of
age for Joining 4-H clubs last:, statistics for the state. | engineering In character. Pay recently purchased by Ed Barnes crime cost to American citizens U

year were enrolled in the orant-I Th white death rate for 1938 Isl a cadet while undergoing ofj_"Wessie Pennington will accompany : an average of about $180 per family

IOU a* compared with 49,. for ton U $780 per year plua an her sister, Mrs Cruw, when Th average number of persons
As a part of their work club I negro**. Only UK per cent of the anee for subsistence. After grad she leave for her horn In Plant1, imprisoned for crimes ha
I total death from cancer in Florida uation a cadet Is eligible for a City on Saturday. She expect tot I shown a steady Increase, with few
i member "team by doing They occurred In persona under 33, commission in the coast guard M stay all summer." exceptions, since 1926 when the

BUM a pig, plant'a garden learnt I whereas the death rate for persons ensign. : *-"Fred Lowe who hat been over rate of criminal was 424 personaper

pew, or acquire flnt.hancilOme over 60 wa S849 per Address the commandant.. 3.!Mas with the marine for a year 100,000 population; in 1930 II "

other farm or home skill. I population. 100,0001 1'I. j Coast Guard, Washington, D. ,C j (Continued From Page Five) I (Continued Tram Page Five)


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State's Homeless Children Willingly Fair Cows Will Get 'j Venus deSlilo In. UM,eat French
art gallery the toarre, MUD 's aced
1- Diet of
Citrus
Pulp
Work as Summer Vacation "Guests"I j I CURRENT of the intuit MH et land that tone

Gainesville, April 37 Florida COMMENT the Grecian archipelago; Asa a
citrus pulp win be fed to'150 priae February moraine hi 1830, a

J A total of ISO homeless boys and Important ,Meeting Set cows to be exhibited by a large I I ._.,........."..............'".......................u.... farmer and ...set eel- girls, from 8 to 19 years old, wards dairy concern at the NewYork,,I in their field Soon 'fei* *pade
of the Children1 Home Society By Local Legion Post World's Fair according t0.a..... (Controlled From Page Tour) thrust met wIVJ\ ft hollow ** ind

of Florida in receiving hornet at port received fay Dr. Wayne' Teal.1.,!I had rise to (1. the next year to 10, followed by a rwrrokn theft the
Jacksonville, Lakeland, Pensacolaand Important business will be state experiment station scientist i(I then fill off to ST6 and in 1B33was. ',earth fall ftout UttdeS i them end

1 Miami, are available] ai transacted at the I'elIoIIarUn; whose research, work contributed!], 51... The age period showing, they found themselves m Iht bottom
"guests" during the summer of of John O. SalJey Post No. 43 to development ef this feed I the greatest number of criminal I of a cavern and.J>efor* him

. famllle throughout the state, itwas American Legion, Wednesday The company tasted three can I I la 20 to 3& yean, with 271 per tent;:,I the farmer **w the nwbJe.while
:_-. announced by Marcus night at Legion hall, ccrdini| toad loads of the pulp at its farms In : the St-it asie comes:next with 19.4, figure of a partially-draped statue
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t. Tagff superintendent of the announcement tills week try New Jersey and the result and the IS to It period with 141': !'of a women The island wu Own

3. clety. C.I I Commander Gee Crawshaw tained from It caused directors 1 From 19 to IB it drops ta 11, then J I under Turkish rule Out the people

r, The children would not select it as one of tilt feeds Ob-I drops by five-year periods to 4.1 were, more friendly toward the
v. strictly guests at the homes NEW HEAD FOR BOARD Die cowl to be shown at the & and again rises for the S-yesr! French.

i. benefactor, Mr. Fagg pointed out 1 Miami,. Apr 27.-.DUtrlct Nine age to 0.* per cent ]I The man who discovered this
I, but would help pay for their board welfare board has elected A. C. RED LAND e e 1'' statue sent werd to the ranch
;. and keep by doing odd Jobs and Horton chairman to replace Judge P. F. F. To my' recent long list of undealrahles -: consul of his find.: Th* irwul

'a chores In exchange for their summer Samuel J. Barco who resigned last that tuck to this region'I realized Its value u4 ant gut to
vacation. Inquiries of placements week. Other member of the *T Harold Hanptoai j each winter should be added the i secure It but the Turks had hoard

of children may be addressed board are: Mr*. Guy: V. William, i At our regular meeting Tueada111aM crank toM moron Belonging to 'ot the find and were making off
1 to Mr. Fagg at 40 Buck- secretary, Mrs. Bernard, Simon several committee one ec the ether el this latter class 'with it to their warship, IwraHnc
, man building, Jacksonville. is a IBM who handed out *B the
and Curtis E. Lee. were made. The banquet commute I the marble figure on a rude sort

,1- ................................................ reported that the banquet streets -ef with Miami notes to women,! .f sled When they saw the
win be facts on Friday April 3S beginning : "I want to ClOD- French were pursuing them they
REDLAND GROUP 20 YEARS AGO at 4 o'clock. Plans for the banquet alder you tor marriage." When made such hast that the figure
e were brought up and discussed. arrested he pleaded] that tie mightbe 'rolled off the tied. Both arms lIRA
t, ...,u,.......................&....". ........................ allowed to buy a ticket to broken off and they have ever
(Continued From Page One Charles Behrens California O. 1C., make it one teen found but this famous .
i (Continued From Page Four) reported on it of
I d Monday to give the tract to the I I 1 the Future Farmer tournaments way only please. art now rest safely in the ..Ion.e .
) county, with provisions that the i!!land three months unexpectedly I to be held May S and B. He toldus e .

n county convert it into a tourist,i arrived Tuesday morning and surpi where tt Is to be held and also 'I'Mtoen of an old line of A Norwegian ship breug i to
) park and a play -enter Dr. Carl,: "iaed the Lowe family" 1 read us the rules and regulations high-priced cars have decided to Miami 500 tons of from
.' F. Robinson John P. Neafsey and,, "Harry Johnston, brother ol of the various contest place on the market a low-priced| pulp -uirar
beet factories It
.' Marty Geislcr were named as a,, Mrs. Albert Caves, arrived this Following this the wealpresented car to meet the popular demand Was liken
program aboard In Franc and
;: committee to make the offer to the i I post week and will stay here under the direction ofi for such The {mlimlnary work' makes wonderful dairy teed.Italy Th.Ihip' md.
county. awhile for the benefit of his I Harold 1 will cost them ''
Hampton.
associatiom health. Members who) 1i:1: captain said for bt ,uty
The Improvement dollars for
I i took in the
part program were:! the Miami harbor when comi,.ned
obtained title to the tract four, 'W. B. Caves expect to move George Grunwell, Dean Sickle parts and putting the car on the
; with that of Venice made th. latter
d years ago and since that time had his family into town, this coming : Willis Vick, Phillip Reams and market, divided about GO-lSo-Ukel I look like "In old, 'dump." -
s considered utilizing it for the week." Rex Romine. the man's rabbit-mule meat pie- *
e benefit of the public. I I"Anna and Louise Sykes had an : Those present. were William 50 rabbits to 50 mules. I
- The association passed a resolu-I' Easter egg hunt at their home on Hampton Mr M. A. Baker, Larry e .wWhen If you reader have any brick.

e tan expressing appreciation of the Easter and invited a number of Holt, Willis laxly, Francis Proth- the old philosopher, Diogenes bat to throw at this stuff fin Vm
work of U. S. Senator C. O. Andrews their friends to join them." era, Jack JiUaon, Robert Taylor; was walking tbl'Olllbhe tome at 343 N. C JMUi sheet,

.. on behalf of Redland District -"C. X Gale and wife leave on Wilson Poppel. Charles Behrens, street of antlent Athens in daylight -' Miami.

: growers. Friday for their summer. home In Herman Byars WlUard Norman, with a lighted lantern they .
j I Montpelier, Vt. : Richard Jemon, Billy Campbell, asked what he was seeking and he
,: :Variety of Florida -':t. C Craw returned .home..on Don Lair, Reid Wysong and Harold replied, "An honest man." The Tamer's fneril SMC:

... To Be Exhibited at Fair j Saturday alter a .delightful JUrtiptoa.- Dade County courts are new seeking M-rn AMJRiIA.OJCIllana
,. -. throat the inland waterway M _last Saturday'April 22. Mr. 4e weaver 177,000 from a defaulting
DcLand, April-- -27.A- new and 1 far as New.Smyrna." Baker and Mawife took some et: official: shortage .4 a few: Lady .w..na

outstanding: feature of the. Florida "Tomatoes have Improved this the Future Farmer: en a beams year ago and the city ie wrestlingwith Phew 1liM-1\ '1kateeleed, Flo.
exhibit at the New York ,I week, both In quality and price party; to 'TIhW'Beacb. A swim!: one .t SlrMO i* the police
The market has become steadier took up-tb* forenoon then cam a. department i
Fair will be marine
a
and $3." 1s an average price f.*,b. wiener roast with cake and laladJ I 0 i
s the creation of J. E.
. TiaturalUt of the exhibit, world"i I with prospect .f better at the A very enjoyable time i* reported Than is *n Interesting story .&, .".

Y approximately 50 of the -end"..of .the Leonard week Chapman. went by all who went. j back: of Vie armless statue of the] ..

rl ties will of be fish displayed found in, in Florida addition waters to! up on ls nmf the Bay View JJillillllfillllllililllIIIIIII111111111111IlIIIIIIIiillil/ (/ / l1111111111111111IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIiliilliillilllllllllllll,, / / / / / 11I1111 11I11I11I1 Jim
hospital In and
was operated
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several varieties of the shark family
on Monday morning ." (Flor- == L csar
'I porpoises, dolphins, turtles, ida City). = =
crabs crustaceans of several kinds -"At
the council meeting on
and other denizens of the deep, all
Tuesday evening In the town hall =
will be their = +
in what appear to
Fred Robertson was elected town
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native in the
environment most clerk to take the place of Harry

lifelike manner. Roberts." (Florida City). I II -

LEGAL NOTICES : "Miss Ruby Leach will be cor- '; .
I respondent for the Miami Metrop. == 5

NOTICE, : OF SALK 01' TAX oats la the legislature and will be ;
( CATB Application No.nRTln-\I in Tallahassee until adjournment .

Low Nntlre hia if filed hereby with D"given written requnt\ ," that tho tax ..rtlrl<."",, bwether with .11 '
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eubeequmt omitted or Reeled taxes '" ---- ,- I I
tar the "rear IMS. held." the 8UU In'IUd-1 .
vertletd md lold to the hleheet
...h u provided br Chapter 1SSM, ,
PI Ada of the LwliUture, upon the fokkiwlnt PLUMBINGWork
eewrlbed reel I eeUU In the County .
1 II..... BUM of Florida. to-wlti t" ==
Lot I. Block 6. Lincoln Park Add. to Done =
omeMMl The taxes to he mid lr> rrldrneed Promptly
by.Certiflc.l. No. UM of l'St andmreMitU .
tteo for tke rmn int and e I = aL'S
11114 to IIBI, both ...-, mN antl i toiSSIS4.

Lot. 4. Block 6. Lincoln Park Add. toXorneetrad R.E.ReedKedlaad :
The taue to sold are .vin
danced by Cartlfkau No. :. of 1M1 andl I I I
r>pr..... taxee for the "yeare lost and' .... Jed South efCoeeaat yourhome'y
lIat to 10S, both Ineltieln amounting to
".7S. Palm Orhr.*
Lot 17. Blo-lt S, Ltntota Park KM to
Homeebeid The taiee to he eold ere e.I-l ldrnred Banwttead
by Cortfrk-ale N.. ISM.. Kit and
Tvpreeeiiu taxes fur the yeare 1>S1 and l
1(114 ta Itit, both inclusive, amounting to

M40 Lincoln Lota. 110 Park II Add., both to Inrluirv Honeetead. Block Th... SHE ta' >s. Qot2o a. I_ ,fin IIERE are hundreds of reasons why you should own. )your sat=33

..... to be old are mldented by Certlffc .
rate Ho. IM4, of tell and _reipala.tames 5 JL home and every OAt of them will impress itself upon you if 1
for the Eva sass and 1'"4 to I93$ both
....1..1... amountln. .. 111.It. = =
Said tax. aerUflrMM. tocetheynheenuent with. al, lit .r,9aw6 ?v you will let us show yon how you can build it and pay for It like
onMkrd r levied war will W
(3e i 'r
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Mid to the hi...... bidder at the Court| =
Round, hi Mtami. en tk* IH day .( -.. act
1939. bHtlnnla at In* ben *t ,I* .'e_] I rent,through a Federal Housing: Act J loan. I .
n. m, or aa earn thereafter aa the same| e
nor bt reached I. din _... I hli .",' 4

i ', :ay DaM ef. April at Miami, IsI9.B. B.Florida LEATHEBhUN, this.the, litk' ...00.w.. We will help you get the loan, help you plan your home and fur..

Dad Clerk c-Circuit... rbxWa.Cewt. M i nish. the best of materials to go into it.
TCIrralt Cart.SeaJlJtr I j
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Publish Apr, 14. sl. II. IMI : JACKSONVILLE'SLEADING .
It.you own your home and .would like to m modernize repair it,
HOTEL '

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i. Page Six TilE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday, April 28, 1939Homestead ,

Juniors to Present"DaddyLongLegs"I BOY." "

Many famous) athletes In all "
sports credit much of their success '
High-Lights to helpful suggestions received'
Ii I Thai juniors will present a from sports article carried in THE
dramatization of that most appealIng AMERICAN BOY Magazine. Virtually
WRITTEN BT MEMBERS OF THE HOMESTEAD JUNIOR RICO SCHOOL JOURNALISM CLUB story, "Daddy-Long-Legs,"'ai every Issue otters advice- }

i BARBARA BURKE. Editor their class play on May 13- from a famous coach or player. 4,.

t In the cast are Howard West, Football, basketball track, tennis t
LH : Give : Classes Pick Members Elwin Cooper, Billy Walton, Ed- in fact every major sport is covered +;
Grades to
Elementary Operetta I Of Student CouncilRepresentatives ward KIrby, Herbert Booth, Eifle: in fiction and fact articles.

School TonightA I Mae Waters Juanita Sannett, Louise Teachers, librarians, parents and
In Neva King Cooper
Barnes, Nina Dyal, Claudia leaders of boys clubs also recommend
i .. .. for the student
Conner Edwina Close, Bird
THE AMERICAN BOY .
enthusiastically.
two-act operetta, "Aun-; Dru-| laker, Wayne Lawrence, Lake council were elected last Fridayin Home and children from the elementary They have found
and senior high
both
Junior'
i sllla's Garden," will be presented Davis Proctor, George Rucfcec schools. school who will take the I that as a general rule readers of
In the auditorium of the Neva Robert Sullivan, Sam Harris and part of orphans. THE AMERICAN BOY advance "
f King Cooper School at I o'clock Ernest Roberta. |I Barbara Burke and, Lucille William West Mc-, more rapidly and develop more
thla evening by pupils of the elementary Flowers of the garden are: jonquils Billy Clark tlon In swimming at the pool by worthwhile characteristics than do ley
grades under the direction' Norma Jean Foster, Mary Michael will represent the twelfth Mrs. Margaret Maynard. boys who do not read It. j'
of Mrs. Margaret Mill, music director Lou Lawrence, Barbara Ann grade; Juanita Sasnett Mary Nature games were played. Mary Trained writers and artists,tam.jj;
West and
Arthur, Howard
1 of the Homestead schools. Shuler, Shirley Greer; roses, Mar- Frances eleventh Frances Rutland was hostess. ous coaches and athletes, explorers, ,!Ji.
Clinton the
Money cleared by the perform- tha Ann Lindsay, Joyce Morgan Bishop ; Vara and Anne Rheney, Ardel scientists and men successful' in '
ance win be wed to help pay for Mary Lou Musselwhlte, Reba Nell :Betty Brown, Jamie Richards, J. Parman, Athley Kemp and Mary business and Industry join with ....
Fuchs, the
Fred
T. Godwin and
a new planq for Vie auditorium. Proctor, Effle Radford; daisies Suber went to Miami on Wednesday an experienced staff to produce In ','I
4 The costume Were made by the Rachel Dodson, Martha Ann Greer, tenth; Ways Horton and Kathleen to compete for the water THE AMERICAN BOY, the sort of "
Freeman, the ninth Hilton Sas-
f WPA IIwtnIJ"OUP.Doria Louise Strickland Martha Jane ; ports program to be given at the reading matter boys like best "
nett and Carl Alexander the
Ada Dodson take the part Gault; pansies, Rebecca Brown! and Harris and court of awards next month. I THE: AMERICAN BOY sells on t..
of Nelda, a child of the tenements, Doris Lewis, Fay HlUIard, Barbara eighth; Tommy II I most newsstands at I5e a copy. '\
Gene Mlnger, the seventh.
to live'.with two old maid, Conner; forget-me-nots, $1.50 for -.
who goes American Subscription prices are ,
Mary Frances Arthur was elected Boy Magazine .
aunts, Aunt Druillla and Aunt Nancy Kavney, Jean Anderson one year of $3.00 for three years,
Prudence, played by Ardel Par-I I Betty Lou Shelley, Joan Doxtee; secretary-treasurer council at a meeting by the held student Companion to Thousands Foreign rates 50c a year extra. To

man and Jennie .Hardy Billy lily, Marlon Anderson; sunflower after school Tuesday. The pre.ld.n' subscribe simply send your name,
Jacobs U Pat, the gardener; Harry Billy Jacoba.! address and remittance{ direct to
will be elected by the student Hundreds of thousands of boys
and Lonnie Home are Bob managers' Theo- AMERICAN BOY, 7430 Sec.
Bishop The stage are: read AMERICAN THE
body next week. and young men THE -
and Tad, members of the gang;,I dore Orfanedes J. D. Hester, BOY Magazine every month and Blvd.. Detroit, Michigan.
t and Anne If mischevlous ,
Rheney Emery Brannen John McLean,
and conalder it more as a living
Tiny Little. Lewis Murray, Wayne Sherry, Alfred pupils enjoyed this very much. companion" than as a magazine."It's .
.
Classmates in Miss Ray's room
Saunders, Rufus and
Aahby
Other members of the gang are:
are sorry to lose Leonard Becker as much a buddy to me as
Dickinson.
Booth, Shirley Billy
Margaret Danze"l who returned to his home in Wisconsin my neighborhood chum," writesone
: Graham, Jennie
Betty I
high school senior. "THE
Katherine Kelley, Fay Pierce,1 t* TO ATTEND CLINIC AMERICAN BOY to under-
,Mrs. Dye's room won the P. T. A. seems !
Catherine Suber, Virginia
} Mary
Walker, :Bellegene Bullard, Doris About twenty girls will attend dollar Friday.NNNININNININMNMNLN.Ib11N1.x11NN.N11. stand a boy'sproblems and considers t
I them In such a sympathetic
Cheshire, Madene Gilmer, Mildred the tennis clinic for girls from
"' and helpful It gives advice
Greer, Ullle Little, Barbara Miller, five to twelve tomorrow at Flamlngo 1 way. .
Homestead Girl ScoutsBy and entertaining: reading on .veryubjeC't
Nellie Moon, Elizabeth I'ttenonl Park at Miami Beach. BillRice G.
In which a fellow Is
Suzanne Brown, and other professionals will Ardel Parman young
Wynell Shepherd
Trances Foster, Betty GatUn, Mau-:'I Instruct the girls. Balls and rackets '....-.........................._......../N/NMNNN MM Interested. It Is particularly help- '>
rine. Houston, Dorothy Kuhn, Ida will be furnished. Mrs) Frank Hausman, Mrs. J. ful In sports. I made our school The Laundry Frees
1 basketball team because of playing
Mlnger, Mary Frances Morton,I Lawrence Scott and Mrs. Fred tips I read in THE AMERICAN Mrs. Housewife
Mildred Ferryman, Latrell Waters Suber the Girl Scouts .
GRAMMAR SCHOOL NOTES helped on Mbrtr from thr ...u, *uklllfertr ...-
and Peggy Garret i I their play at the meeting Tuesday to *. .l .h, ,|..JM with th_
Members of the circle are: Ray Miss Ray and her pupils were afternoon at the home of Mrs.!.Leonard Haskin' ........ H.a..ll fc.._..tli send-to the has alt..I 1..17_ wM.Mr. to.
Andrews, Ben Bechdot Joseph I delighted with some pretty Frank Skill. .
pansies And with It .11 1M gain aatlll,1ae
I. I. n.
Conner, Charles Gonman, Frank which Norton Wakefield presented Ardcl Parman Vera and Anne and ...... ..-..,lt. .*. ..,"$...
Hausman, L. B. Helms, Donald i to that group Rheney Athley Kemp, Patty Robinson -I 1.,1. 1..1..1 I REDLAND DISTRICT
ifouston, Henry Peters, Billy Simmons I| Kenneth Graves brought a turtle Jojrlene Mock, Grletje! Ter, Sin St.. I ';
Billy McCready Dennis to his class in connection with I burg; Mary Suber and Katherine ...... Alt C<. ... LAUNDRY ;
I i Ce......... Ttrai i BOMBSTIAD PHONB II
Burman, Merrill. caves, Yates Its study of general science. The I Shackleford were given",.,In.true-!-... -- ,.nil,

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i A trade school would give our children who can't or don't want to'.go college 1,s


training in occupations, in which, they: can earn their living. .. ,1,'

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It would give our trades trained apprentices who would quickly become expertsiasteadef.rem .:

; :"'i g 'jack-legs hit-or-m.iss'pesswerk:1R:wecFwmics.fer.the' rest,of...:.-'.


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A trade school could train boys for new industries .here- such as a factory for 41'f'

building the smaller'type boats that can be launched in our canals or in the bay. This :

end'of the county is the logical place for a school of this sort. Let us all work together :

for a trade schootin this area. ;c':




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'. Friday, April 28, 1939 THE ENTERPRISE oJ Page Seven

Mr Mollie Thomas had as Mr. and Mrs. V. O.' :Rohrer of Mn and Mrs John Gore and
1 1I I guest Sunday Mr. and Mrs C W. Miami visited relative and friends ton, Pal. and Miss Dorothy***
Hill and Dr. Frank Laird,, all of here Sunday. ward left Saturday for .Cfrar:
Iln and Ground Miami. water. i

Mr. and Mrs. H arharo. left
I I Mr. and Mrs. Cyrus Jordan of Monday for Lakes Harbor. Mrs. Lucy Hole left Monday for
Homestead Miami were guest ot Mr. and, ....0.- Danville, III, after she had spent
.,Mrs R H. Kltzpatrlck Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Stalling of several months here with her IOnI .
in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs
I South Miami were Sunday visitors ,
A. W. Hutchinson made business In Florida City I Wm. H. Sheffield.Mr. .
trip to Belle Glad the first I -
" Mr. and M.... C. a CaMerwood Alan Love who ha spent the of the week. Ceo. Todd and Fred Brocket and Mrs. Aaron Knight of
announce the birth of a ion. Johnt winter at the home of Mr. and left Monday for North Haven, Bluefleld, W. Va.. E. E. Altman of
r the Pent Graduate Mr*. R. H. Fitzpatrick moved to FLORIDA CITYBy Conn.. They were accompanied by New Smyrna, and J. O. Porter
t f hhos atalllThuIn rsday. His weight Miami Wednesday. Fred Partln of West Charleston were week-end guest at the borne
j was eight and three-fourth Mrs. W. W. Severy Vt of Mr. and Mrs. Felts Schroeder

I pound Mr. And Mrs W. K. Walton returned The group enjoyed I fishing tripto
Mayor and Mrs. Edward Soling Long Key Saturday.
last week from lone-
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Booker and
1 MM. Thomas Quillian U In the month '\a11n New Orleans. left Tuesday to attend the Episcopal family left Thursday for Senora,
1 t Jackson! Memorial hospital suffering convention at Sanford. They Ca. .
|| from a broken hip which reF Mr*. Geo. W. Turner, Jr., Mrs. will visit also at Dayton Beach -
and at Cocoa where they will at- Homestead B. P. W. C.
t from fall Friday. Herbert !
F lulled a Turner and ton, Herble Mrs.
tend the Enola Smith left Saturday
regatta put
on by an association
and Mrs. I. L Brannon of Miami
of which for New York. Dinner
: Full
Mayor Course
.
. Mr. and Mr*. W. E. ROOD left will spend the week-end In Key
| yesterday for a visit of several West with Mn. Ceo. Turner' son- was president SI year sWln'l' I
Mr and Mrs. Edward Bishop> of
I West In-law and daughter Mr. and Mn
In Key
l' dan Edwin McGarrah. On Friday evening Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Kuppertx, Nocatee arrived here this week to 5to8p.m.
will leave today by automobile for visit for a few day. Mr, Bishop
will attend
they the Eastern
* The Rev. and Mn. J. W. Porte Star meeting.Mr. their home In St. Louis after a hat accepted a position In Perrine. Saturday, Apr. '29Hospitality
(; will leave Saturday for a visit in stay of nearly three month In '
i Washington, D. C., Stockton. N. J. their winter home In Florida City' Ward has been received from In
find Elmira N. Y. and Mrs. W. K. Walton had I
; Lewis Aldrich, Jr. that he 1* at House
1,' a* guests over the week-end Mr. R. E. Shepherd wa transferred present In Charleston, S. C., and
I, Frank kill will attend and Mr*. Frank A. Stark. winter Monday to and his I
Mr*. I OJus place at that he making the trip home 35c
r.l' campv-for Girl Scout leaden ail' resident of Coral Gable the F. E. C. station hal been taken' from Fort Bragg In I 17-foot sail\ I
f Creynold Park In Ojua over the by C. M. Callaway. boat.
t week-end. Mrs. T. B. Grantham and Mrs. -- -- ------
E.: J. Dyal left Sunday morningfor


quarter pounds was born to Mr. vUle.Mr. Do Improper Size Rugs
and Mr*. Fred Mowry Sunday,
morning at the Kendall hospital and Mrs J. A. Pollard, Mr.
She has been named 7autlna and Mr*. Adrian Jacob and ton
Alene. Billy, and Mrs. Jack Ingraham of Make Your Rooms Unattractive?
I Miami and her daughter, Patsy,

Ceo. Smith and two sons, Wide spent Sunday on the Key

and Letter, left, N.this C. week forIn.tonSalem Bobby Nichols wa ill this week. The appearance of every room in Y.iur home can be enhanced by the proper

Mrs Lewis T. Klssan of Miami uze rug! Don't spoil the effect of a smartly furnished room with skimpyrugs

Man Charles, and Halnlln L. Stone drive of, Redland Ashby,, with her baby daughter h. been Choose your rug from Sears 12 complete lines of Rite-Size Rugs -at

It convalescing from visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. the that suits
a major operation price your purse}
R. H. Done, for the p"st week.
at the Burbank hospital,

, Fitchburg, Man.t old, UE ontlfl....( j tontkor. whit .11
ubosquont omitted or lovlod taN will bo Itp
, Mr. and Mrs A. D. Yogis re- sold. U the hlxhort" bidder. a' tho Court a.
Moore I* Mimi, oo the St4 tit at ".,,1 l
L turned to their home In NarenjaThursday 1S, brilnnlnt at th* hour ot 10 p'olo'
f after a two-month stay .. N.. ov 01 ooon thoroaftor M UM MIM.
i lat Ochopee. -J. bo rowh.4 at ai'orIn.. t' : llth'
day at April, 1>SfcVR>. t# wt sic sUAW
LRATHBTMAW i'i'CI..t
\ Mn Qulnnle Sherard 'Who broke elf ill Court
& two ribs In a fan a week ago I: Did C ,ut/,
(Clnralt Court 8..l) k
| being cared for at her home by Br r;3.
' her twin sister, Mr*. Qulncey' Publish Apr. 14, SI. SS, I"" FI..I
h Myers of Gainesville, who ar-,I
"rived Sunday Another sister,'
l Mrs. Jesse Beck of Homestead, I.t Is PARALYSISEffectively
t an influenza patient at the Sherard
I I home. treatedby

Mr. and Mr*. E. W. Miller and Chiropractic"Start
daughter Christine, left Monday
well today"
getting
' for the
central part of Georgia

LEGAL NOTICE Dr. R. Elliott

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NOTK'B or SALK Or TAX CRRTI I.
CATU. Application N*. data CHIROPRACTOR
M. hor.lv iln I. llama Bldg. HomesteadDR.M.ABERGER
aitan
filed Wltk M MHM,

. .tint......tin.-cortlfteotoi. _I'.... .. WOW tonthor UEO. with I elu4Iw il- AVAILABLE IN a"
Uw r.r int. .hold Oia SUlo W
orttao* iM I to a .. :
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'Page Eight; THE LEADER.KNTER 'Friday, Apr 2,4,19.E

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MISS LILLIE E. BROWN BECOMES BRIDE I MR. AND MRS. CRVST WORKS OF LOCAL COMPOSERS AND POETS ,':;
TO CNTEftTAIN SUNDAY
DAVID WILLIAMS TUESDAY 1 I USED IN MUSIC WEEK PROGRAM FOR CLUB'
.. :,,--. OF MORNING Mr. and Mrs. Leo Wainwright
-- Ernst will entertain
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'"MIiI Ulle Estell Brown and and' wad graduated from high' a hundred winter approXlmate"'l I Musical compositions and poems McLellan Smith, Dr. Irene Shanl ...Klio ,,

tlavld Casper William were mar.|1 I school In Abbeville, Ala, and froma other friends from I of Redland District artists formed! Mrs. H. Ruegg, Mn. J. R.I'"
,' beauty school In Miami. Since; Miami Beach at a cocktail partyat the entire gueiWUy Music Weekprogram Rutland, Mn. C. J. Parisian, Mrs. .'
; lied In the parsonage of the Home- that time she has bed charge of their home on Avocado drive I of the Woman' Club of! R. J Elliott, Mrs. A. F. Arthut1'';"

dead Methodist Church TseIdari1I'Iomln Bush's beauty: parlor. J Sunday Homestead In Its clubhouse Tuesday Mrs. J. G. Buchanan, Mn. A. W,;e,
at 1 o'ctoc1thI pastor,I The bridegroom Is a son of Mrs. Cocktails win be served on the I afternoon. Jones, Mrs. Carl Drawdy. Mri )
the Rev. J. J. Richards, and left Matilda William ot West Browns' ground from I to 7 o'clock, I The program was presented by Geo. Harris, Mn. Jai. M. Dobbli,
at ooot for I honeymoon in Mount ville. Pa.. who this winter spent Mn. W. IX Bishop and sponsored Mrs. D. W. Shrtzline, Mn. N. O.: Pleasant S. C ]I her first season in Ho estead. H*1' CnOU GOES TO HAMMOCK 'I by Mn. Bishop and Mrs. R. Kntzpatrlck. Ball. Mn. t. R. Pop and Mist '

The bride wore I street dress o! wa born In Brownsvilk, and we FOR PICNIC AND SERVICE: About forty members Pearl Whitaker. i .';j
white with a puff-sleeved bolero graduated .from high school in 1 1CentenWe The young' people' choir of the' and friends attended. 1 ,.1
and circular overskirt.( I IuI. Her I Pa. For the past 16 Homestead Methodist Church enjoyed -' The tint number was a piano BRIDGE: CLUB MEETS E ,\ '
hat wt I blue sailor model and year be has been coming to Home I a picnic in Mathesoa hammock composition by Mrs. Fitzpatrick 1 AT FRANK WEBB IRONS f"w, I
her other accessories were blue. stead for the farming season to Saturday evening. 'No Parking," played by Ardel Mr. and Mn. Frank Webb em'.\
Her corsage bouquet WM made of engage In large-scale farming and After the picnic supper, a vesper Parman. Two songs, 1>t Me Live tertalned the Teasel Club at their*,
gardenia packing house operations with his]; service wa held by the laics. by the Side of the.Road" and "On home Tuesday evening. B. M.
The bride I 11 a daughter of Mr.1 I' brother, John Q. William Mr.' Victor Rankin gave a talk on consecration I' the Sea," whose music had been Hlndman won the high score prize:
and Mr J. R. Brown of Clopton Williams farms also, In Mount' and numerous songs composed by Mn. J. D. Hedd, for the men, and Mn. T. J. Fau&v
Ala. and a liter of Mr*. W. T.j. Pleasant during the spring seasoa.l 1 i were sung. I were sung by Mn. Lloyd Belts. the prize for the women. ft;
Bush and H. I* Brown of Home-l Their summer home 1* to Those attending were: Miss Two poem, "Armistice and "Sur-j Those present were:: Mr. anil
itead. She was born In Clopton, Brownsville. I'Uarybelle Clbbs, Miss Helen Mildred render,"were read by their I author,' Mn. W. R Bird, Mr. and Mn.Oefr, .
and Margaret Field, Miss Mary Ferrell Dickinson. Mrs I N. Wakefield, Mr. and Mrs. JulianH.

CIRI.8 GIVE: rARTT committee at the grand chapter Mary McNeill, Mill Antoinette Fitzpatrlck's "Armenian Mothers';, Webster, Mr. and Mn B. A-: '
AT HOWARD HOME; meeting. Moye, Misses Betty and Jamie Song," a piano number, was Webb, Mr. and Mrs W. E Rhcneft
MIN I Mrs. Caves cut a birthday cake Richards, Miss Nella Saul, Miss played by Frances Rutland. i| Mr. and Mn. Faust, Mr. and Mr T.
Barbara Burke, Mis presented by Mr. U L. Bow. Ice Birdie Home, Miss EKie Booth, The long "I Love You," whose;Hlndman and Mr. and Mrs. Web' :
Madge Thompson and the MissesBetty { cream, also, wa served. Myron Grennell, Roy Nelson words and music were composed]!
and Jamie Richards were': Mrs. Rose Wilson WM welcomedIn parkman Holding Charles Eunice by the late Frederick Arts ot' ME&; R. J. ELLIOTT WINS f
hostesses to a group ot frIends; as a new member. i James Booth Howard Mills, Homestead, was sung by his nlec,.! GRAND PRIZE IN' BRIDGE ,5
Friday evening at the home of Miss| Dave William and Mrs. Ivaa Mrs : Gamber Harden awardedthe
Others present were: Mr. and) Evelyn; to Mn. R. J. Elliott was
BurM'l grandparent, Mr. and! I Moser..IINMINNNIYMINMMMNMMNNNIIIMNNIIYI. accompaniment Mable!' at the Woman's
Mrs Ch.l. O. Turner, Mr. and'' played by grand prim
Mn. Ollle Howard.Chinese Mr*. A. R. Livingston, Mr*. J. A. Ruth Pope. 'Club of Homestead benefit bride
checkers, ping pong and 1 Dougherty, Mrs. Bert Branch of} The Calendar Mn. L. L. Bow read one of hll'J!party on April 20 and Mn. H. K.
other game were enjoyed Miami Mr*. Mable Bait of Miami, MIYIYYIIMNNNNINNIIYNNNNIMNIMNIINNINMIApr. best known poems Wight In the,' Foulk was awarded the Ugh score
The guests Included: Mill Mary Mn. O. W. Drlgsen Mrs Preston Library." "Florida Night Song," prize for the day. :
Once English, Miss Mary Trance' B. Bird, Mrs. J. P. Dye, Mn. Made' 28.-Episcopal parish supper written by Miss Virginia Edwards' Mn. Annie R. Btttler; and Mrs t
Arthur, Miles Nina Dyal. Day; Mr Harold Sheffield Mn.: i who spends tier wlnten here and Harry D. Wolfe were hostesses:
Brown. Mia Elisabeth McIIWaln'1' Frank SchneIder Mrs. J. a Redd, Apr. 29.-Triple H Club dance set to music by Mrs. Tttzpatrick, Those present were: Mr*. M. Id,:
Miss Effle Mae Waters, Mrs. E. J. Dyal, Mrs. J. W. English: at Homestead Country-Club. wa Ming by'Hilda, Clarice, Doris White. Mrs. 11eru).John.em. Mri'-
Cheshire, Mia Marilyn Ernst, Miss Mrs. Frank Morris Mrs. Annie R.Bwtase. Apr. 2 .-B. P. W. .C; benefit and Ada Dodson and France and A. W. Jones, Mrs. EHiabeth Fbcbt/-
LeoWHarris. SHIM tn Hanpitaatr; House. ( Ruth Omd. Mrs. Ceo. E.: Heed Mn. Jb Foully Mr ,
KslliteKsi rreewsB Mta y ... Ge. W. Tenter. Jr Elliott *.
BOw Teases Pollard, wok Mn. Edwin: McGn\*. OQh Apr Meeting ot Townsend read one ot her poem end Mn. Wolfe and Dr. Ira / Hayne
Club IB Rev King Ceeper achoolaoditorhiM H. K. rovlk "The Heart of
Tsrciadi Daney. Ma AaaeCMCangfteU. Beward, Miss Sheen Livingston. sang -
Edward ftecettl, WFaart. turn Laos Diggers and Was at 2:" p. ssv Miami" whoa words and melodyare ; B. P. W. C. TO tERTB KN :m l
Olotoa Bishop", Wmtred'Rand SuOva / May L-AUetb e< Garden Clubat the work of Mrs. Clara Steesof DINNER 8ATDRDAT ,
Owen*, John Walter Martta' tosses ol Mrs. E. J. Tla naan. 1 Avocado drive. A dinner will be served by tip
Bishop LObani linen Billy darkj CARL ntCDCKlCX' HASBUTKDAY May L-Meeting ef JaaiorWomen' Mrs. Harry D. Wolfe and,Mrs. Homestead Business and Professional
Bitty Walt. WlBism McMlchacDItobert CCLEBRVnOlf: I Cab e< Hom stead. I Annie Butler were hostesses at Women's Club Saturday
Gavtens Marvin PrttehJrd Mr. and Mr*. David Frederickgave May t-MeeUnt of Homestead this meeting. evening from 5 to II o'clock inHospitality
Roy Martin, Xrant BnUaed a surprise birthday parly ** B. P. W. C I Present beside those taking part J ; Hduse.
and Brady Kitchen. j jJ their aoa. Carl, ,en his fourteenth May 1--Buslnes* snaeUag ot.1 1I on the program were: Mrs. M. I. The card party originally plan
birthday anasvertary, Tuesday W. M. S. White, Mn. Joel J. Robinson Mrs.! ned for Saturday night ha base
]I I May 2.-Homestead p T. A. ex-| Henry E. Johnson Mrs. Grace week
SENIOR G1ua ATTEXDVMTCRSITY evening at their )Iome. postponed a
After several and eutlve committee Meeting at :21
TEAEleven I fame coiv '
Otrtock.
J 11 test had been I
enjoyed punch,
senior girl tram Homestead cake and toe cream were served. May 1-Business meeting of W. THI DIt'" STOlt.ft, ...tnn.
High School and Mn. Frank: These M. S. in Methodist Church.
present beside* Mr. and
t Rue and Mrs. Fred Redd, ot Aux-
I'OOIni May a.--.Meetlrlll Legion
Mrs. Frederick and Carl
mother*, attended toe tea given were:: .
n Ul'l7.I
Mr. and Mrs. W. L Chambers,1', THE DIXIE DRUG
Monday by the Town tad Gown:I Misses Sophie end Lydia ] May S.-Meeting of Redland
,lau U the University .f Miami' Borgardt,1(Conununity: dub.I .
KIM Ruth Frederick Tay SJdnnevDarottgr '. Homestead Florida
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t for the senior girls of Dade County SuUlvaD. Mary Robert,1 I I May l/ Meetlnc at Legion Aux-
Alter the tea the side were ', rn."..
Helen Tucker. Mm and Chart* Briten BISMAREXTOOTH CA.
t show through fee university.In ; May .-Meeting of Presbyte
Chambers, Row U&I sod Com
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the party were: Miss Bar- McKay.MIS riaa Auxiliary with Mn. a Y. PASTE )F Antacid powder
bar Done MM Betty Rtoharda, Burr.
Miss' Elizabeth Udlwate, arks arNm& CHADTmTAL2S I May I.-Meetkig at Ad Astra 2S pu E36 U.Q tul 0 1y
Sybil CbeaMns Mill Levise BafriL Of KTTCK HOMES Chapter of O. E.: S.
Miss Sectors sorbs, Mia Bulk I Tags fat county achievement May 5.-JCappa Phi Delta dance. i reiEIIOVALPILLS CHOCOLATES
Frederick, Mir Etoaaac: Sullivan day were devise at the meeting:'I May 5._ Meeting Ot Episcopal
3 Mine Bonnie Orwvtr. MIN Louisa at the Homestead Home DemonateKtaa -'t': Auxiliary with Mn. W. R. Bird. .aced carefully female bd Farman g4cal eken af -
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Pareta and Ube Lucille Vat : Ouk Apr I It in the Neva!v ..> to give you a r Atebafur ari.nt
/ I King Caper School, and the club's; May .-B. P. W. C. benefit card. Lntiw as aiotlhv. 24k .,, ...,.
: AD ASTRA CHATTER stunt for the day ws practiced.; |1 I[ party in Hospitality House.
CCLEBBAtia BIRTHDAT I Pat* winning articles of the 1 May (.Meeting of Monday e lore! BaliimonStationery
local ebb were on display at the' Music Club at Webster home.
Mr., and Mn. W. B. Caves, charter I meeting.' Thee blue ribbon .articles ..1.I May II-Jennie Lob en Circle
members of Ad Astra Chapterof were entered in the achievement -'silver tea in Woman' ClInt h build- WHITMAN\ ,
the 0. 1. s., recounted the history -1 *
esd
day competition at Central As aafatt
of the chapter at the celebration -I School ThuIld.1.! 1 I, NORRIS fuel gift far
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ot It* twentyelxth blrthJ n o ,
I Miss Eunice Grady spoke on
day anniversary Friday eveningin Setter Home*" since better tome and CARA MOMS
the I. 'O. O. F. halL
week i* from April 10 to May 6. ,I
)Ilea Alice Macomber gave a report Those present wen: Mrs. W. GALESCANDIES Beauty KitA
on the trend chapter meet- W. Bethea, Mrs R. L. Hobson,' delightful
Jag in Tamp last week and Mrs. Mn. A. W. Jones, Mrs. S. A. King girt, cars :
Lloyd IMU sang several tote Mrs.A. D. Smith. Mrs. Fred Suber' Rome Powk -
MM JUther: LMngstoa. tt wa Mn. R. A. Wittenwyler Mr*. R.: v T eObtin
announced, we appointed nan of the Masonic home fund field.

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have teamed when (}h want Trial Wilta an am ads etery Yra.crytwas always
women> .f j stkeO la eocadsaw
.' BEAUTIFUL NATURAL fTOMAKIOT: WAves' JtLIa'S BeAUTY wo.k. They trial toad t wttll be laf Mileats
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. Friday, April 28, 1939 THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Paw Nine


I NARANJA CHAPTER OF 0. E. S. HONORS 8mc tnols

Mia Helen Livingston told ot
WORTHY
MATRONS AND WORTHY PATRONS
bee trip to the Woman's M 0on-
I
Social Events cry Society convention In Sansota
I The worthy matrons and worthy best -w..ek.
Mtnws of District 19 and the post JENNIE: LOBDKJX CIRCLE "" Mre"S.
matron and put patrons of Naranjsj FLANS SILVER TEAA I Those present were:
A. Buchanan )In. R. J. !Kltlott.Mrs. .
, il Chapter ware guests of, diver tee. to be held May tl Augustus Wyaui, Mrs. Karl

GROUP OF FOUR. GIVES BRIDGE PARTYIN bens at the meting ot the chapter at the Wman' dub building was' Pswrtti Jr. Mrs.Jason Avery, Mr*.
JO. Mr.
40 April\ and Mrs
HOMESTEAp WOMAN'S CLUB BUILDING I Water Thompson, worthy matron planned at the oMwt#ng of the Jea- C P. Fakers, Mr*. Lloyd' sTwka
Mn. B, M.
ale LoWell Orel of th* Homestead Mrs. Paul Reynolds
and
worthy patron of the Naran-
-- Methodist W. M. S. Monr HlBMlman, Mia Jeanie UbsteU
ja chapter
MM. Adrian Jacobs Mr** A. F., Buchanan. Mrs. VM Helms tt honor guests.Mrs. prevented. gifts to Sh I day .v r\tng at the horn of Mm MIN Uvinjiton! and hung DIAL*,.

Arthur, Mrs. A. 'M. LogaA and I Miami, )lr Car) Regef DtJtbnU.Mm. Thompson !
announced that
Paid Haley Mrs. C!. H. Cruita,
ISn, & 4. Oral were hoiteises let the turn of tOy dollars was'
I 141'Jo C 3 '1I'UIiIJfitL R 'H.
a desert bridge party Saburday cleared at !the recent flab by. I
Done Mn Bow Webb, Mrs, Ge*.
afternoon In th* Hmstad D. Ruehle, Mn. Julian H. Webster, Win Carl Joyce Hobson plays' New and Used :
several accordion selections
nd
Woman1 Club building. Chinese, Mr*. Ceo. M. Frick. Mrs. W. E *

checker, also, wr played. I I' Rheney, Mn. Tom tlndaay, Mn Miff full Ann Lee and Miss Lena

;The high scot prize In bridge B. B. Gatlla, Mn. Preston a Bird Belle Bond tap danced.
APEX and EASY
wits won by Mn R. Klnard; the Mn. Frank Webb, Mn. H. K.Foulk Quests from Miami were; Mr. .

second prize, by Mn. Russell' Mrs. L B. fiommen of and Mr*. J. A Wheeler, Mr. and

Home; the low score prize, by; Miami, Mn. Elizabeth Fuchs,I I Mn. H. R. Wright, Mr. and Mr*.' Washing Machines i

J D. Perkins and cut Ralph Chronlster Mr. and Mn.
Mn. ; prlae Mr*. Robert Glenn Jr. Mn
by Mn. Frank Hausman Mrs A. Claude Campbell Mr H. C I Hayes Wood, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur $20

W, Hutchinson won in the Chinese, Michel, Mn. Geo. N. Chapman, Mr*. Anna Ballinger! up

checker prlie. j Mn. A. O. Cain Mrs J. Mn. Mary F. Swan, Mn. Edith

A color scheme of green, pink Mr. Paul Reynolds Wakefl.ld.i C. Robert. Mr*. Elate Worth, Mn.' APEX

and yellow wa carried out In the;1 Pollard Mn A. A. Mabel A. Weston, Mn Anna Kelt,

decorations and refreihroents. Given Victor )In. a P. McDaniel Mn. Gertrude Hltehey and Mr*. Electric Refrigerators

Nat Mary France Arthur Miss Mn. Frank Skill, Mn. W. R. Bird, Lillian Marple.

Nlca Dyal and Miss Barbara Done Mr*. E. A. Ames, Mr*. T. J. BlelerMn. Other present were: Mr. and ,

assisted the bostejs. Lonnie Hood, Mn. W. K. Mr*. Chas Gasman, Mr. and Mn.I $90 upHOWARD

Present besides those named Walton, Mn. Frank Morris, Mn W. H Owens, Mr. and :Mr. Chas

were: Mr*. B. J. Elliott Mn. B.; Stanley Wlttkop Mn. Tom Cran- Dole/ Mr. and Mr*. Chaa. Beh-

M. Hlndman Mrs. M. F. White, tham. Mn. Ralph Wilson'and Min rensMrs.LLBowMrs.7.A.Fennell. .

Mr*. Henry Johnson, Mr*. E. A. Either Done. Mr A. C. Albright, Mri.
Lloyd Deitz Mr. Tom Chapman Radios $30 up
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Mn. D. Sayer Mr. Clara Vihlen,1

HOMESTEAD IS GIVEN MEMBERSHIP Mn. C. E. VIhlen, Mn. (

II ON P. T. A. COUNTY COUNCIL BOARD I Brown Mn. Frank Walker, Mn. 6 FT. KEROSENEElectrolux

Robert :Bell, Mr. J. E. Cowman,

Mr*. I. JL Qreer, Mn. Oda Zach- Ref rig'ratorSlightly

'Homestead was given place on ent-Teacher AsocUtlon. cry Mn. O. W. Drlggen, Mill,

the official board of the Dade I An invitation from the RedlandP. Lucille Drlggen and Miss Alice Used

County Council of Parents and T, A. to hold the October council Macomber.

meeting in Redland wa read I $175
Teachers Wednesday when Mrs. HOMESTEAD CROUP
the
I by president and applaudedby
:Ben Archer was elected to serve the member though action on WINS ATTENDANCE CUP

a* a member at large. The meet- the invitation could not, be taken The Homestead Methodist Zp-l Make your own terms
worth League the attendancecup
ing, attended by 507 member, wa j at that time.R.dland at the"Royal woo P.lm1nlonl) .

held In Miami Beach High School. memben attendedi '
who
meeting 20 the Silver
April at
Mn. Leonard W. Haikln was i the meeting were Mn. D. 1:. Palm Methodist Church. | S. L. KendrickOWNER
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re-elected president; Mr. C. R.JBasbor, president, Mn. C. KElchenberger The Rev B. M, Montgomery of

Collins, Mn. Harold Berney and president-elect, and Grace Memorial Church gave a1
Mn. Rote P. Williamson vlce- Mr Lawrence
Pope. '
I talk on effect of alcohol and
ftfjldenti; Mr. Paul O. Rlckel,|1 Homestead members who atI > Chief of Police Leslie Quill did Odd Fellows Bldf. Phone 49 HomwUad, Fb. .

:Crawford recording secretary; Mn. Alice I tended were Mn. Preston 3 a ventriloquist act Miss Margaret ..............................llvvvvvvvvTvvv'vvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvyvvlbe
corresponding *ecretaryj -, Bird Mr*. Frank Rue Mn. Peal.GrLffen of Kedland wa program! .

; Mn. Martin Avery, 'trea,- Reynolds, Mn. M. F. Walt and chairman. I Mill.Lot .. Week t, Boo rMr4 ...... Plot
urer; and Mrs. F. L. Wilaon, Mn I Mn. Archer. Those .attending from Home'! LEGAL NOTICES Book *. ..... M.. The t.M to .. MM OMVM.IMM4
Archer and MIA Alice MacVicar kr Certificate ..... 144 .. IM
,I A progressive luncheon was stead were: Mr Ivan Moser Mn.1' )lOWN'. o. a.LI 0' TAX Cs5r5n.CATS. .o4 rooiMooto -o lor tko POM tail toIMI. I
Members at large. {served in the four Miami Beach J. E. Close, Miss Effl Booth, Miss .. .Pf'UCAfIOIll NO. daleNatl. boob .......... ooMioMiie .. IT.tl.
Mr*. Archer -Is completing the'i, .. -r .1_ that A... a.taad Lou It. BlMk II, boulevard A4oo. Plot'
i school cafeteria, and time was Betty Richard, Miss Mary Elisabeth t..Ia... 10M w" Mow rl.w __ Book *. Pass OIL TW to.oi to k. MM OM
constitutional llfflU of two yean as allotted for visiting the different Kyle Mine Helen Mildred Yet w lot es"isa" wrasb.r wish aY O.MOHOOI kr OortlNMto .... Mt. .. laM
provident of the Homestead Par. ,. .wu.M a.b tIMII .r Jostled t... Meld ..4 roommate toou too tko ream IM toIM
departments of each school and Margaret Field, Miss Nelln !I.. ... Poor IM>. hold. kr the *uw WdnrtlMJ *. book '......1... OOMWIIM .. *14.M.It .
Saul*. Min Birdie Horn. Mil '. sad o4 W u.. ......, kMrkr Lots al sad 14. bada.edAdd.
4k ==
tar auk M K.iHiJ be Chatty.... rf ., PW 5.1 es. TIe saw
'TttPLE II CLUB FLANS bow they -happened to become I EJiwbeth Hall Min Helen Moye, the Ulf tun .. who UvkkiUM, IPM the k. a. .4d..d 0- N..
QANCE FOR SATURDAY J I members, at the meeting pf the Miss Mary McNeil l. Min Mary rdlcn.li __ Ml MM In the OwiIf ., : : IMI 6.4 M Maw der she
ft ttmtt. ato..4 rr-ddb. whllet mass MM M Ilea, bath WdMlM s.e.M
The Triple H Club completed lodge Monday night ID the Odd I Bradley Mill Annie Mae Booth| a So' I. WMk L. >ta.4 iMlaiu. -... : be .. .,.....
plan foe hall. MlM Marjorie Redd Mine rku Soak *a. Pre u. Ti. tan" w' Lot. 14 M Blook 14, Bonkm
a dance to be held at the Fellows .1.
... MM ass ..tdweM 4 OrtlfkM 11..1 Aoon, Plot .. Po 5L Tk. toootto
HumetUad Country Club 01\ Saturday I Next Monday night Mn. Luther; Martha and Edwina Close, Miss tM .! tool sad _.in ti some < 14ar'beUeGlbbl Wilbur Free KM Mf4 of IMI and i P"Wft "Aft Dow 4160
Strickland who ,
evening April 29 at I i attended the state ran .o. MOM 1M I. IMI, blab -.., OOMUOI100 -
meeting at the home ot Jack Sulll- assembly as a delegate from theft Weds Smith Sparkman Holding lawM tk> *. ..... 4. LmUn Im _, O. 'tt.M.Low .
van Monday lodge will her Victor Rankin, Charles Eunice!I Utok Plat Mi SI. Pun *. TIM UMtk 4n I I* MI* II, eats 14, ..........*
evening.
The report :
Harris give MM am nUnut CMtfldt Na I A'.., Plot Book >4 Poo .*. Tko toooiM
Johnson, orchestra: ;will pia,.: :j ft Key Notion; Myron Grennell and MM ."< tat MM MPMMM taxes Mr .*. M MM. ... ........... M OrlUiMl. MO.iTI .
Member .. Lloyd Field. J Down MM *. IM*. bash teclMhw, s..aas-I ol IIM and I.OMMOM uooi lor Iko
present re: CUntooj i CLUB SPENDS DATAT low is aw.M. !mans Use M 515:. sea -...... on..W
,Blkhop, Martin JUihep. Jack Gen STENCH. WORK: Lee 1. UlMk 4. LnAiM liMuMrMBMk sift. iw to wan.ttl.rtt.
1m Noah PW M.IMI Pas. IL n.t....b. h.aid Lrt ft.. I* .......M4 Adds Plot
Peterson, Edward ,raICjrttl Stenciling of read a 1017.>> Refreshments were I .
bedspreads, pljlow am evidenced Do c4etitim" SON or Book .. n.. MM M ko saw OM
'I Marvid Prltchard and .Jack top and luncheon sets pooupled aervd. I ao4 i.pMiirn basso lor the rouo IMto ,MoMod kr Cortinnt Mo. eau of taat
;.SuUlvan. I.... hash ......., .OM,ioUo M S4....: sad MonMoM toM for tko oonl 1Ma oIMI.
the members of the Redland Home Those present were: Dorothy;i Lot II. Woftk 4. LoTolood loooiMal SrM.i both UMlMlM emanating t. .ll.I*
: Demonstration dub at aa all-day Kuhn, Maurlne Huiton Doris Mot Book at. P.M IS. TkotoiMklMMMor. i, Lot a. Blook a.. .B.olii'iil ........ Plot
''lie"lr A.' O.UOMO kr ...,... No. ale of,,1 Book L Pom M .. Mid OM
EXECtTtVES meeting Friday bi Redland Com- Cheshire, 'Wynell Shepard, Uldln lab ... ..._to 5ed.,. tile ..._.,__ kr Cw"Aftl.IM tM .. IIM
;'To NIIT TVRSDAT munlty Church. Mrs. Mary Murphy -, Faireloth Maden Gilmer LillieLittle laM to .Mr both Inclusive ojoxKinUrx 4.I,a"..-:::'i'I 1095 411

The ,Homestead P. T. A. execu- pf Miami directed the work. Maude Ritch and Mn. J\Ob-1!, MLoM II lo II. Black 4. Lomkud led'. LoU to II, BlMkMM 10, Boulead ".......
tiN committee will meet Tuesday final arrangement were' mad ertson. 1 tow alas riot Book H. POM I*. TM I Bonk .. ran ... TH. Mew to MMM
..... .... CortMU'MM .. ,
orl.mid kr
I* ko an MMoBoM kr O-4wlea. Wo. 5095090
,at } o'cloclc la the clmlo room ot for the club's work at the pounty{ No. MM ol IMI Mod MOMMOH UM Of MM OlplOMOU to_ for .... peas
the Neva King Cooper School. achievement day exhibition la- HaL W. D. MAHAN HOSTESS J for the ro-. 1M .o Ira kotk bv=li......1|.1E I laM to ..". math iHlaoKi, MMtnMlof to
..wail,.. to "f1.11. ..15.14.Lot.
AU room mother are invited to r Miami yesterday, TO r. L. T. CLUB kM N 14 ft Mook 4, twwkuMil I II. Block is Boohrm
,-b* present Tho**' present at the morning Mr*. W. D. Mahan entertained Wu PUt nab 11. Pw 11.I Book S. POM a*. WeMw to -w.; ;*
w k; MM an .UonM4 kr Owltiriou IwMoiwo* kr CortUUolo .... *41* of IMIM
session wer*: Mn. Seymour Dine the F. L T. Club at chicken dinner ''
I sit MOI of loot was npMMMUM. r.0r-.sae toon for tko _n lass toI
14I1X1UAn MEETS Mn. W. D. Mahan Mrs. J. A. at her home, Woodland Grove de KUO IMa to IMa, hotk ..i I i .-. bath loolMlM, amounting to IT t*.
to H.If. I Loto II klock la, awlaw,4
sl-d.a MMmWiw
WITH MM. jtfjEHLE Rotherham Mn. W. K. Haas, Mn. Plantation, Wednesday tow II and ... r.l Mto .... (HoMkotaMI Adds.: ? Plot.a.i. POM M. Th. toM
Plans for a rummage sale to beheld Mn. Malcolm and Mn. X. A. Car- Present were: Mr*. Florence Plat Book *. Pea lia Tk. Mal|'| to M ool4 eve ......... kr Cwttttoito ....
to k. Mid uo .dd..ad to C.rUflMto No. Mil of IMI was MoPonoto toMi for atn
in Oouldj Saturday wen ter. This group was Joined In the Pacrttl Mr. Carrie MeCullough l oo of lots and roommate taxes S.. the'i' loll M 1x.. bash .......... Sessions-
made at the the Presbyterian afternoon by Mn. A. E. Barnes, Mn Harry D. Wolfe, Dr. Irene Pan laai to .. both l 'lotiro, ...aril-I I nan.
=::11ufu Joe in .11.111. \ Lot:I, Buc t9. B.elaw.d Adds. ..
Mr*. H. J. Armstrong and Mrs M.Lopez. Shanklin Mr Luther Strickland
April *
Let it. ii-it' A. L..alaad Industrial I Book POMomtomoi4 N. The Mw oe b..eid an
128 at the home of Mr Oeo. D. Mrs E. S. Caplinger, Mr*. Lena Plot Book II. P.n II Tk.oM M." ': :;1[ fc. c..tl'_ .... Ml* of loss
;Ruehle. .M .bT CortMlMM N.. A014of ,and _....to UMI Wr Iko reIn, to1M
Brickley, Mr*. Hannah Grinold. tall ..4 MoMonto II... lot the rani, bock tooluoin, .__It.. to II*.4*.
Mr*. R. R. Klnard chairman of, MRS. ROBERTSON DIRECTS Mrs Lloyd Field, Mrs. A. W. Jones 110 to ..... bah Inlwlvo aaa./esl I 1 Lot II. Black ', Bo: 'A.all"'
Christian ...... Bonk t, Vote N. The :: ; Mivliii.iil
education a MEETING
had and Mn. Mahan.
charge' 1W t., slash. 4. Laminas. hMnotrhl aka, kr rorUftooto >M, 4M of "ill.
i of I program on Th Church and''Iducatlon. At the O. A. meeting Monday The'Dut meeting of the club Plot Book M. PM IS. Tk same to k.MM .o4 nii'on.tl UM for Iko nrni* IM M
': ." afiemoori. Mrs. C. (). Robertson will be held May 17 at the home ass ovkkmMri kr ()oetif..... ..... ale of 1541. both MM** II4.M
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tat 'wl fopnoHio Man for ko rMnl1MO Lou I end b5. Er.E A The next meeting K was ..nr gave a, talk conducted a quiz ana ot Mrs A. W. Jones to I.... ....... lMlyol.i, a.suound Plot Book I. fir M : to M
Bounced, wilt be held at the -- ---- to "..*. said on O.MMXO kr CorttflrM.No. *4aaof
homer I Loto t .. 14. look I. z.w_ INS and miiouiioj toMi roV .... ,sale
or Mrs. H. Y. Burr on My 4. I ': Mot SMo. Plot Book II. raw 'I*. Tl,o IM U IIM, .bask .........., .......,
Those present were: Mn. Paul' toM> to k* MM oro wld..wd kr CwtUk to HIM. par
1 auto Ira $4II of IM ono foonoMM lease LM a. Slab 1. BooloMnl tf. Plot
Haley, Mn. J M. JioJferty, Mr*. J-1, DR. C. H. DENBY for ". R. Hlckaorw Mn. Carl F. Robin- wnowMla to llaf.I* i.ovWooMd kr 4>MlllM 14.1, U.OU..MJ Trail N W Lot I*. Block ..1 and I.PM.IOII tow lor too mars IM toiai
ion. Mr*. Co. M. Trick Mrs. I to oloii4 liiowtrlol BHo. PIM Book KPo *. bah "iiMiwiM se.ouaalr if n if.Sou .
F- Trotter, Mn. Frank Jrwln, Mn. .. I*. The UM to ko MU >M HTM.MOIkr los opnUlMtoi to .Ui.r with altOMMOMM
i! .Osteopathic PhysicianPhone OopUMoMt ..... 111 of logo sod Mpro. ooiltwd or ISM toMt will MMM
i i A F. OarUag Mrs d. W. Hardll ""to taw for tko roM INS to 1IM. kolktorloih : M the United MM OmirtM.OM
I Mr*, a 8. Welf. Mn. A. Arthur -' >o. o x>umli>. to 171.>*. ki mi..0 tko t IQ.. .. Mor.IMa. .
U..uoW.o TOM N of Lot 1*. Mo I : Mn Klnard and Mrs Rucble. Lasl.ad l.l n.lol ..... PW a 1 i 39Homestead. Pan It. The home to W MM ox 0-immal ear be awb.d in.e .avows
; -i I I I W CorUfUoto No. MM .,, goes and won.!1 I listed M MiooiC rtorlM, .... .... ink-
CBUA1I DELEGATETO OM. MMO Mr Uw HOMO in to IM*. balk dam ol A.... owls
UPOKT MONDAY Fla. 1 -....., MOOMKHw to 7t.ta. B. a MATHCBHAII.
I Lou U to II, Bloet I. 11..L.ard .....f Clerk cuss {'. ..
Mrs a.,Q. Moon and Mrs. A. VT.'ones.WVirJUkV .I ,., I Plot Book *. POM M. Tko tea de ha I ... c-.'. riorkkv
what.the :b- ; (Over Broiro'aDruj Store) I toM was .W-.ad kr CoMMMto K* U41of Culls CoMt limit .
lilt ooJ M.IOMOO toM. dos .M lowoIMS I o. Co,
: bexal) lodge glean to hem and to |IM, bosh ...........mmo..Has PsNh64. A"'l.. naSap: .:

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1 a > M ....... Itoww M oonnlnhttf r ..... hell lnela.lv. *, mo4lnf p> M1*.., Rats .44) root. era UIfo. II a norokor
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!!, 'Ia 0 iIf 0bukde ='U A.r- ororoo. IM to ko Mid, 'jred t0. ''e. to, $01.Ran. lew. Th UMM to tie old enW
'LEGAL NOTICES ii, oro rrldoaoo4 kr Certificate '.. 1711 of1IMI 1N Kook eons t.r'L:. son denc4 br OonUk-atr No III of IMI nut; *

tNelee. Aetna more or MM The MMbo and 'Ti:7rln: : i or loot. The IO_ to b* will. an rvldoaooikr ripnieau UKM tow the yearn IMO ta a.....
m Sold in vldonoMl br Certificate. to kll*. : *. Certificate No. Ill Of and repro.aealo both ... anouaUac W III.|T.
JNOTKT! OP fprlicATioN. At. or TAX CtRTirl* ll of n* Tout I. station 17. Towaokl. M lovtKonar U M fur the own 1.\7'. 1MD, bettuuluelt Xou t M I, and It to u lBubdn S1
CAT**, no ,at _.. ..rv)"" both lashe.ouoato .I* Eut, oontoliiliuf 10 Acres mom *. Biwotln U ...... .r RoottoB I. Townekp M L.
NotWlMirebe Noun that HOTBiaa Boyd, 'no Itt.... I 1, or tool The tames to be aro otlo> oo4kr I TraH II. .ortin.o aAlfcJi l Booth Roan .ft Eaot. lbeneold Acm i ,
*.. filed with no written nqtieit that the 1 l.na 0 and In tWt( 1.Ma. of .... rtlflwU No. Ml eloo:110 and r pee lUnn II But Jf..t r'to hens mom' 00"' *. The USSR, >n erldmwd
Ui ntM UttMJMT with nU Subs..._11 "We t0. ''' '':. .. II Santo Raan W East Seats knew fee tko man IliV 'o 1*... both or IM. The love to .ho told IM evMonoedibr by Certificate No. H44 of mil and iw,
mined or looked UIM Including the year osalNne IN Acm non or .... Thd loolmloi, amounting to 14.07. Certificate JW. 400 of IMI and repre.1| MU ate for the years lose lo IMt, bolt !
KM' held 'br the Mate he Bdvertlred and .Stan lo ko ioM an evidenced .by CortUU fees I. Portion 17, Towmklp It Boutk sets team for tko roan IM7 'to IMI. both, Inrhulee, lmuurUn 4. IM.M.
Si to MM htukMt :bidder. for tub w pro to No' 171 if last and nvmont taar Mann ID Root MMUlnlmi 111 AcrM won laclnlv. araemtltvi U IIMWV Lou I 10 Ii. and II to 14 I.l HH. i
timed kr Chapur HIM, .if the 1117 Alto of ;:r the yean IMO to IMI' both hulwlvo or .... Th. team to kr Oaks. aro ..I hncoilkr Tract II. Station II, Toomihlp S,ode. of ....,Ion a T,,wa.hlu II lout.
the I iwj upon the foltowlnir we- .nminUni In 111.7'. Certificate No. $l, of IM7 and I
Sai. roproonto Boutk, Home l" But, containing I Aeroe Rann 40 Kant. ronWnlns HO Act. Mart
Ratified reel t. 'M County at Jtoda Lot. n and 14. hi NIK luMn of Be*. axes for tko" Furs 'I'JG l to IMt, Pvthliwlmln anon or 1.6. The arts to br old re ev1/ 1 i or I Im The tacn t., sold an ovioraoal
Slated norm lawitBann the M Township II Bnitk,'Raan 10 Feet, Astounding to II 1 Is II: d>...... br Cortlffnu No. 111 of IMI and br Cn-rlfleato: No. k4l bon, lull and arm.
Wye It Routh, n'alnlni W Ann more .r..Ion The Trait II. ........ Nt... lortloa 17 To"" represents toiel for thereon ItU h' loss'I wore taxes for tko roan IMO to IMI, ionic k
:I* HM, KWU InVw Am more "... to M Mid in cVMeiMod br Cerllfl- hip II goulk Mann 10 East, containing both lnrlu.lv., aoioontln to 111.Of. I htehiolve mxatlal to III.17Ixrtl .
*r M*. The u_ to .* MM *m ee1 ate Ko Ml of IMI mot repneent* tone I* Arne mot or to*. Th aces U kt onldK Icy Tram II HoMlon II Townihlp U, 1 to I. and II to 10 Ir N
III of IMO onnvreMoU .... 1MU Ui IMI bath 'laclmlvo.imountloi CortlflMto. No. 101 of logo fu.
defend br CertlflraU No for th. 1/ evidenced kr Booth, Rann 10 Cut, eonlalnln- Acne i, IIII bdn. of Section I. Township It lotiU.
< UIM fee the jreaia 19ft to '811'1 to $11.77. and represents Ames for lie yen lots to man or IOM The tone to ko old are evl-1 Realm 40 Eart eoatolnliuj M
; beta. ..li.lve. inaunlliNl M 12114 IK. I IMMIMI Lou 1 to 4, Block I. A..... PlalTrlnranafork lM. both hx-lu.lv.. inmalln- to M tl ........ kr Corttftoat 11//.. 171 of llil andrepmenu or lees. The UIM to be Kid Aetna non ,
1%... 10, Township II tooth I' below port of NEH. of NW4.\ *<. Tract' It. section M. Township M South. axes for tko rn 1011 to IMI, br Certlfleau. No 141 of IMI in u4 evUeon4. .
__ II rort oootalnlni IM Acres moos Non 14 Township It South. Kann 40 Ranm 19 Rut containing II A>r" moN both Incluilv.. *.....ntln. to II.I*. fur the 1HO npn.wnu
be& The tone io k. told .... evl.k The ban to be Mid an evidenced br Cortiricau of..... The anus to ko sold are ............ Trans IT. lection It Township It BoutV Inclnlvo lanes, .roan to III,40 M, 1MB, Wtk
demand Certificate No 411 of 1011 and l No. ITI of IMI and npneeou Uses kr CortlflotW ..... IM of H and ropr Run II Eiut Maulnlra Acres Mora 7
remea08 awe fee the roan n. to MMkottl foe the yean I'M to IHI. kotk Inoluilve ....10 u>*i for too peen IO0T to INS. kotklarlwrn or Ion The U>w to ke IJO. rvUteao Lou 050 It. and II to 54bR5% 1
UIt.... .... of section I, Township. M Bmtk., '
lacnolve amounting moontlB* to HOI aiaowthir: to It kr Certificate No./ 401 ., lots and ropre.oon .
Lou I to and II M M la NEH. """ Lota I III'$, Work t. And flat rtonn Trod It Section 17. Towoihl. II louta. *) bees for the roan loll to IMI. both Rann 40 Rem, ooaulnlw W hew non :1
of Nertta* :., Towmklp II South Rente4r Park. helve port 01 NEVI of NW%. Section Room I* East, ooatalala II Arms man Inclusive amotmUiif to II.M. eo.... Tho tarn to ke odd in ........
J > talnln. M Acres non or UMThe It. Township II South, Ita... 40 Beet or km. Tko ta*o* to ko sold oro *.l4oao4kr Tract II. Mellon II Township M Booth, by CortMUato No 141 of IMI ouid men.U .
,. tweet ke eeM *f* evidenced kr Cer.tlfloito The teen to b* Bold oro *vldeaeed br Cor.tlfmto Cortlf koto Nn Ml of less and ropr Hanao II Eon, oaatainlM 10 ARMS More mum U.M one the rean IM w IMt totk
: rto. Ml of 1011 end repmenUto H... IM of lost and npneoaU tan "ata I... for Uo non Ittt to Illl. both or I.... Tke taxes to k* Mid are evhloorodbr .......... ._nII.. te .....,. ,
, for the iroom IIM to I.... back meroeler for tho yean IMO to IMI both Incluein, Inclusive, aaMMMliKl to III 4*. I II bertl'tate No. 171 of HIT and repro.emo Laid 1 tw.'" teed II to IS to IfW",.
t .*iewillB. to \10.1". anomalies to HOI i I Tnet 14. Portion ::lnr:1i"11.M loutk teiM for tho roan IM. M till. kotlrlacloelvo IMOWT: ii Him e TwwweWp. M '. ,, '
I Lou 0 to II end II to 14 la NKV.luko Lou I to a. Block: I. Amt Plat Alone. 1 Ran*. II Gut, Mora tnouatlBf. to 111.II. Baan 1le.t. eontolnlwr M Allow Now : ;
*. W Section It. Townhlp M Bomb Park brine part. Nit% d NW0'. Meth.1a o* I... Tko.._ to k* sold. ant *.ld'a iodkr Trust II Motion H Tewoeklp H Beth OT MM.-.Ta ,-'mi ii keeo4wre.ilen.it.. .
v lens 4* East eoaulnln M Aem non Tweehlp 60 south. Reno. 4 Rut. Cwtlflcolo No. a75 *i less and ropro Baum M Bait _"'.1.* 10 Airy mom 01llorlldhww NreeO d DOs' aaie.ar ,
.. or i.... Tko awes to be ..... on ovtdoandby Tho tone* to W Old ar* ........... br Cer.tlfleau onto to>M for tko yeses IMI M 1.... Milt I or IM. The axe41 to .. % an evident** .4.w_f_ Y.Moo ISM be 1'515 Suit,
I CerthTtaau No. Ml .. IMI and repr*. No. Ill of IMI and npneenu taxes iMltoHoo, ..elation M III II. kr Certificate Mo 401 .ot" IMI and i rem.o ..........,- N S51.
earn taaeo for the yeses IIM to IMI, both for tk* peen IMO to toil. both taciturn. Trust II. lokda NH Bortla IT = octal bron fee the peen 1117 be ION.bulk Sea Wftt't'I'"II Vod-M, .. W". I :
t Incloelm, anoontln* to III 41tout 't"* to M.01. 1.hir I II Boiilh. lass If Cask : iscleltw. ._.lIn. to ...... leld*. o< BertM r Towuhlav M liiilk.
to 4. la NWHyBwernlectio* Low M 41 Sleek 4. AnU, Plat FleranaPark 1* Areas mare or hoo. Tko axe M ko sold, Trews Ik semies 49. T..hI' II .Ibnw510 aMroowuhilwr 7* Amo ;
: M. Tmeblp M Booth Magi 4t (oet, ...... pert of NKH of NW%. Beetle* aro whitened kr CorHfleato ". Mt of lop 110... II But, MoUlnlm. 10 Acm mow MIMMU Th>1iM > tea be Midi ar* libHiMlOiHrkato. non OJ-
emrtotol* Io Acm nor or -. The tit Towmiklp M Sooth Roan 40 Eat and roproMOH amp fee the pesos lost toIM .r MM. The axes lo k. sold. in rvldiendbr .>. Nor Ml of "
; torn to I* Amid an evidential kr CwWi.l The UM to bo sold. are *vl4eoxied ky Cer.lltlnito *. kotk InolooHn oaiomtlna- IIII. I Certificate 61.. 17* *f lilt aod Mwn. Mto-taM* top as ream un.II'Ir' beta r
.... .... IIT of IMI and repmonu lee No. Mt of goal and repnoenta Seems Trust 14, Satins 17. Townohlr' M South.Ft .. seen tan for the roan ISIS M IMI. bothlacluelvo lorlaetve, oomlnUna to '4I.4, .
. for the pears 11 to IMI both toeluelrownootlnr for tko poses IMO to IM. both laeluilv oman I* E.M. raining II Amo mare amounttna to, ".n. ,
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to Mt I*. emoualla to M 01. 'I or 'lee to ko MM an ortdoaeor.kp Tract II. I."" ... of NH. loctlolt ". w Oft lo/NWVi. ......''aC .......-., i.
Loa f a 5. to \e 0:: Lou I to 4*. Starts I. And. Plat rtoranaPark t1t1'h.: Ml of 1010d rooro. Township It burl Run II Ee.t 505. TowshIp.93 0.01 ..... 44 Lest tea.teaaa I
N. Town" l south. me.Minaw ketiw Port. of NH4 of NW*. Persian onto Own IM to IMI. both Ulnlni. 10 Acne more or MM. The taxes Ih Anew_ wee 'tIoo ".the ."
/ s0 Aorta men en TN lean II Township It loath. Renn 40 Eait lnflu.lv.! aoioMtlM to 111 II. I to ko sold. an ovldioni kr Certlfleeer No. be w a 0.64@025 by erItIt .. Sea.i.
to be Mid Sea widened. br CertMleaU No. The ton to ko sold. ..* vldenord kr Certlfkau -, Trot 17, lukdil, NH Btloa IT ,......' Ml of IM and represent texo* for theFORM Man d Iasi. sled Monsanto ter am tIoo ,
l.. w> IMI .and repmenU axes for the No. HU of lost sod. Monsanto UIM'' ihlp It Booth. la%.. I* lest, MoUlala 1121 to Illl, both Incluilvo, UMuitr- _._ .t..p-a.lwl..t A
IMO to Illl. both Incisive, _I- for the yean IM too 9015, both ktctoirveinvmntlni 1* Ape owe e. .... Tho loan to W Mid for to 10.51Tact Ines 05.11. I'
Iii;: .n.... to II 01 i Ian I rrldoMMl kr Cortlfloato No. 411 ofIMI tt. ...IId.. of Nyel.rtloa tl Lea I a t. and 11 to Ie h 0110.
" I and II. In NWH ....... of lee Lou V to a. Block I. And Plot Funn1 aa4 represents UIM far tko roan Town.hlp II South R..n II Pest saw Bakdoi. of BoetMMt I, Tow .kt-M loMa,, t.
. it51, Tawaokrp M ...... ...... M EMI, Park, being part of NEH of NW%, lecttoe.tl. I(Ml to Illl. bock lncln.lv. amounting M Ulalaf 10 Acne mon or Ism The taxes Raan dl Rao** rvnUlnlat- Aetna nan j
_....1... M Acm Bur or MM. The Towaehlp II South, Rann 40 S. A. $6.18. to W Mid ore ..101..... by Certificate If... or MM. Th U.o> to k* odd an eiateloel
taeoo to W mid. an evidenced kr CenlfleoU The hams to be said. on vldeoord br Cars Tract tl. Section IT. Township M South, 114 of less and __.. Yaks for they ky Ceotltleoto Nee 51e of last and norm I
last and represents Unn feet 'Uflcate No, IM of IMI and repmenU goals Ranto II But ooaulnla It Acres ..... .*n IMI to 111 both Inclmlve, .o *nt- onto ales for the yoon IMO to loll, both
St.: IMO to III, kolk lonluelvo, for the yeon IMO to) IMI. both nclujlvomountln or MM Tko taxes to ko ooM aro ovtdonood low to 111.01. larluilvo, anonntlnc to 101.II. tLoYxkn
*o 111,TT. to II 01. I I lit, Certificate No. 114 of IMS and _..., Tract 24. Beetroot. II Township M Bouth II and II to I* In MWV. ,}
I Lu II and It. la NWH Bubdn of he. Lou I to 14. II Fut I6 West and II to onto axes for the nan IMT to 111. both Bonn II Eait, oonUlnln. II Acm non 'betide, of Section I. Towuhl: It Bowk. ;
Ice II. Township II South, MMe 40 Coot.eoetaleln 41, Block T And. Plat rionna Park, beingNet lselalw..meander' to IM* I le.. Tke ton to be Mid in evidenced Mss 40 Sot. eonulnlni 10 Acre nor 1
10 Acm seen or leoo. The of NEj of N W Y.Section II, Town Tract '0. Booties IT Township M buthl ; CertlflcaU No 171 of I tit end repn.acnu or 1_. The taxes to be Mid ... evtdemd
are to ke Mid an nd"--: c-I I 1 thlp 41 SMiili. lens 40 Ent. The taxesto Range I* lest; _talnln. It Aer.. non tone for the. years INS to 1911. both kr Certlflcoto No. Ill of IMI and moves
No.. An o( tool Me. b* Will. ... ovldeneed kr Certirtcoto. or IOM. Tho taxes to kt laid are ovUoncod Inclusive. amounting to to *T. rote ton fur the even IMO to Illl bob }
UM Mrs IMO to 1939 both IM of IMI and repnoenH taxes for the kr Cortlfloato. No. ITI of I'll and ronr*. Treat II, B bdn. of N%! Portion II Incluilvo o mountlov to 141.4*.
."r..r: :: $11.7. Inol..1 yean l"'w to talk both inclusive, ._n" onto ta>M for tho mn 111* to ml kola Township M South. Raan II Out, Mntalnlna Lou i to *. and II to tt In BtV.
50 J NWU 1I..n. ''nt..j" 1..1.. .'.... .,...""n. to II1.411. 10 Acm mon or MM. The taxes Bane of notion I, Township M Smith
roe U. Towiukl M hulk Bonn 40 .41. Block I. Atoll Plat flora. Tenet II. luMn. Nt). Bortlm IT, Town to bo Mid an evidenced.. kr Certified NeS04 Range 40 Eait eonulnlni 10 Acne nonor t.
Pest. oooUlolm 101: Asian men : ins.:I Pork Mow pool of NKH of NW"4, SeMloaII ihlp II South, Rom 19 tail. containing of IMI end rpmenu toiM for theoon ) MM.. The taxi to be Mid in ovhMnmdbr
The clean. a be an etldseeed CrUftsb Towaehlp M South, Renee 40 ERICI55 10 Acm mom or"" .. The mate to bo Sold! I IMI to IM*. botk ". ../.., amount. Certlflcito. No 114 of IMI and norm
fiG .U el loll tad rspee.ena tome to bo said. an evidenced. br Oerllflrau Oft tirldonrrd kr Certificate No 4M of into IIIITnet mob loam for th* yean lose t* IMI bell I
ace tee the room IM to Jose. both llMioitro No. DM of 111 and ropmenuU lost and represents Seem for tho roan to lubdn NV,, Section tO, Town I Inclusive. aiaouhtlu to 100.,.
omountlnl! I.N.ti.lldn. .1 I for the yoan 1990 to IMI, both Inrlnelve IMO to Illl bath Inclusive. amounting to hip II louth Rann 10 Fast oonl lnlr.; Lou I to 11 and 11 to 14 la BIU.
IM tl sold M, of l... aiKountlna to II 01 $619. 10 Acm lene. The beam to be Mid. Inbdn of Posting I. Township II South
non or
.{ton It Towoohlp 12 Bwitk'o'--I.' 40 Trott 1 Iubde.-NJ' Backlog $ Twsblp Tract 2!. lorUoa IT Township II South' n evidenced br Certificate No. 1101 of Ran as, 40 ",,"t. contolnlnr HI Acre non I
o edam/nee SO Arm l 52 South: hung* Cost, Maintains 10 Root. II Feet. containing 10 Anoo mon ; l and taxes for the rMnl,I or.... The to.M to be Mid an evldoiool
Tko taxes to be told ... >vl''Irnrod k' L>rtknraU Acre avon or 1 low The ..... to be Mid N..... The Unoo to be oM are ovldonced toll to lilt npreeenu both lnclu.lv. tno ntlnl to' br tertlfkite. No. IM of Illl tad npn.ento .
No. .l> at lost and roommate' .,r ,vldrncrd by Cenltlr.u No. 141 of hr Certificate "'". MB of 112 and reap,. $5.11.. tain for the roan IMO to till, both ,(
team for the Pet" logo 1 to IKie Ixtli In.' loa' .II d roprnmu taxes for the yonI01n .ants taxes lor the ftmn 1027 to 119. both N4 Tract II SuMn of NH Snubs ttTowniblp .I' Inclusive. amountlnc to 141 41 II
loirr owMnllw to III.77 I, .,.. ,....... Osetbs 61 b otb
10 IMO. both Ind. to Incluilvo. amounting to It.11 I 11 Smith fUnte Iv lost ooatalnlne ItA \\:1r.h; Range
,
Seta II ud ... In NW\4 luhdl. of loo- $8 t I. Trent it, lootlog IT. Town.hlp H ....th. : I Acne mon or MM. The taxes 1 I Etas, '.. Aerm Rules or ':%& t
> Ian tf. Town.hh M ttoutk Item M But., I range I. 4 to II, M to M Smiles Ifownaklp tUru). II but eentalnlnii 10 Arm noir .. to be Mid an ..Id.n.... be Crrtlflr.U. No. The tan to be Mid *n evidenced by Cuss
;ooul.lno IK Acres mom or l es, The It louth Ranao II Soil conulnIn 0. .... The taxes b he sold new rld.at.d 171 of IMt and repmonU ton for the'! tlflrat. No. IM of mil and reproMil .
sue b S. mid are rid.ne.l kr OrMflMot ., IM Aetna mon or low The ton toW hy Cortlfirste "'0. $66 of I9110, and IMI to lose. both Inclusive, _..0..1 loxes for the rran Ipi to 'mat both.. .'
Sale U> of IMI and tar., sold are evidenced br Conlf trotrn NO II Resttaxes tho roan 1910 to ml. .bath Mrs IIM clinlvo. amountlnk-' IM7. .II.
t for tko peen KM to IMI:--rI Seim t IVIO and rpne.nb taxes for the yeas In'I"", ,.. amounting to 'O.tt.Ita"t. into soy Tract I*. Bubn of NU Heritor tl I I1 Lot 1 to I and II V 10 ... N145. 1
.moonlit. to 111.77Uolo toll to Dili. both Intluelve and lot to Math. IT, Tswmklp U lovtk, Township. II South Haw t* Kait Mi: II ukdo.of Portion IN. Township M Boulh,
1'to I. l In awl. Hubiln of lortlontJ logo.. both Inclvlve. amonittlnt' to I4#o.II. : Root ornittinrn 10 Aorw MOM totaling I Acm mon or tee*. The .... RonaVlO Kant rontilnlnt 89 Acres man .
TowDoklp U ouch. Range 40 East.6MtaInIe. T.... I. Subtle m,. Srllon 8. Town ,r tees Th. tames to b* sold oro evidenced to bo Mid an evidenced by Certificate No I| or 1_. The tote tot be sold an rvldooeol a
41 Arm more or 1_. The ,101 I Ii. 32 tooth, Maim M lent, MatalnlnitI hr Certificate N... M7 of mill Sell ropn ITS of lost and roommate taxes for the' br Certificate N.. loll of 1011 and repn.nnU .
to>.. to ko Mid. orr .vl Unord kr C rtl'l A.rn more or loo* The taxM to bo Mid seep taxes for the years m to ml. both IMI to Illl. both Inclusive. amount axes for the years IMO to IMI both
take No. 054 of IMI and nprawnu ales,Ion i erlrcncn br Certificates, No UM of Inclwlve. .mounUne- 10.IT .Years. I Incluclvr, amounting to tVO 14. ,t
IIM8H
I.* the tare l. u ,In IM 1, both loclu.lv.,1 1MTtuMUw I IM4 and repreeeab team for the roan Track 29. notion IT Township H louth to Bectloa tl Township It ........ Mere, BuLots I to ti.Scotto.. end SI t.. H ,. NC ir-
t* 141.IIl IMI to IMO both 'Incl,iilve. ouranrlnt to Range II East. containlnf! ll> Acres moor .. i of 18. Townihlp II SONY
10 contalalni- Acm or !*
BIN ........ of lotUM .I Eoet non < 'Rinn. 40 But
toiHtli In 04 HIMof fan The tone to be mid ar. evulraoed. The taxes to W Mid an ...d....d br CertlflcaU containing M Acm mon
tniiTuwwklp tl Inutk Souse 40 Bout T..t 1$. ..IId.. Nit. Seethes I. Tow,. .br Certificate No. Ml ..f IMo and repreerntl No. but of 1011 and repmenUtone 1 or bat:, The issue =-01'" said in evleroced
MUMo .. ABM men or hoi. The ship .1 bush a.n. II loot. .........1.. taxes for the Seven, IUt to ",I, both for the ... ISM to IUSO, both In I or Certlrlrou. No of lost .
ruoi 'I* *>. MM UN ..Id._ kr Corllfl 10 Aorta 'mom oo Inner Too team to be ..... .... annealing. to Ml. ,, cluilvo, anrwittlna- 1171.M omU taxes fur the IMO to 1934
-.n.
eats N. *<* W IMI and movements toifur Sold an rekMered y'Oeeltko. No. UI Tract II. Section IT. Towo.Mp M South _10. 10 Township II Booth.I Incluilvo, moultlni .41.
Not
the fou lost Io JOBS, boa ...1..1.., IN And +rropes the torn for the you. Ranm II Bask ...'ololn. 10 Aenrl more Re,.. M KM. MnUlala 110 Aetna non LoU I to I. end II to to III KWH.
PMxnUnr U to ll''.41. "!0 M IWI. both Inol...... amountlm. toWTI or boo Th. taxes to ko Sold ere evldeaeed. or Im. The team to be sold. *n evldencod lubdn of Section II Township II BouthRann .
lAM tl and 1J. In 8WI4 II."" .. of .... br Certificate No. 471 of 1017 and taro br Certlflrato No. Wl of IMI ondrepmenU 40 but, containing 80 Acm BUM
\1>.. lit _.hl. II _110. lie... 4* Eott.nmlololni Travis 14 and II Boetkn. I. Township II stabs tames fee tho roan mi to ..... both taxes for the roan 1IM to IMI, or sat. The arks to komld anvridoeoedlubdn
I* Aono non or ho*. Tk. South. Mann I* Ea.1, oon"',,"'. 10 Acm ....1..1... ._ntl.. to 111.01. : both mcloolvo nvrantln.*.to I11M1IH by C.nltlete No out d 1001 std r.pres
team ... k* sold aro wktawo) kr Cortlft.MM non or bow The UIM to ko Mid. anevMeand Trusts II and II lukda NU lottlol IT Sectlua 10. Towaihlp M Boutk. Seats saes for the pars 1030 to loll, both
Its 416 ., IMI and Monsanto ace, ky Gerllflcoto Mo. 114 of III Townohlp H South: loops I* Eaet. contain: Units II Bed, eontalnlH. IM Acne non lndaln, amounting to $00.14.
fm tlw roar IMn M left. both Inclusive, and rrpreoeau arm for tko yean IMI toIM text la Am owe ar .... The axes to k* or lees The tone to ko amid am evldeaoed. ...... 9 to it and 11 to I" In N11
MMoMliw to III.n. *, bats inclusion ameomtln to 114.41. solo are evWoaoedl kr Certificate No. 4M of by Certificate No. 104 of tell and repneenU of Portion II Towaelilp II Booth
Iota II to I* IP. IW14 Iuk4. of hotto* Tees M, _.... *. Township II Booth. lost aod ropiwjoaM axes for tho roar' tan for tho 110 to 111* both Renee dl .aM, _"Inl.* 10 Aem Mnor
STowovkl* II south &.,s 4* Root. oon. Ran** It Eaet, ooalolalM. 1* Asian ejeroor IMO to I.... both ...1....... automation to> nelwlve. anMommi roan to 117.\lAU Ion. The ....* to ke MM an ..-... .
Amex mere .. bees Tko .... kM Tko UIM to ke Mid an evtaeaeodky '11.fTTnrt. I Sectloo II. Township M Bevth, Mss by lortirlcau. 101 of loll and repn.nato .
to ko Gold see ..I......d kr Certificate No.U Certlrleato No. Ill of IM and seem M. B bdn. KH. Beftloe IT. 1'..... II lest Mnlelnlni 14* Arms nan or MM Mae for IW yean IN to Illl. both
W PIt Bad roprooonu axes for tko Santa tune for the Yews IM to IM*, kothInclwirr ship II Math. Ranaa II Root, onlolnlt' The taupe M .ko Said are okhowass k* CorIt. too lulw amovatlna to I4&.4I
poan IM to IMI balk lluluolv. Manwl.rw ., amouitlnl to 17.IIIU 1f Act" won w ..... ..... mum 50 be tlfleoto. N. 606 el lost sod rprssu Lola i to 1. and II to H la BVUrubdn. .
M4..... loath. RaanI 0Dw"b, Certirlrato Ho. Ml of Section U. Township II Death,
far the 100 be
Mass troth in.due.e
Lea II a4 II Io .W""Sic ...w. of .... ..--.r.ihT.: non oo boo. of INS and repreeoete taxes for the roanIMI .ss.a.tinr years too 067.76.10891 Roan 40 But, ......1.1.. M Acm non
Use It Too>ii4klp M bath Boon 4* KOI.ootoinhw .I Tko saw to ko MM. an evidenced by Cor.Uftnto ) to IMI. both admire uioonlln( to All Moon Teee.bl.Nleslb. levee or lees The tone.to W Mid an eeldeuedky
H Arm must or Mesa Tko Kov M* o< IMI and npnooaU tees "' 61. tl Beet, .on .. n. 14* Aona won en less, Certlfrnte. No *04 of IMI and mpio.toan .
boom to ko Sold ... evidenced kr for the IM* to till, both-lw.ru.lve, Tract II. Sorting IT. Township U Booth. The tone to .bo Sold are ..-d by Cer.tlflcMe Woe for the yean IMO to IMI kotlllnrhi.lv.
.w HS. on of !*.! ai>4 ....-n.Coftlf"j $ ". i I Range II Rut, oontalnln III Acre nor* No. Ml of lost and .. ._.tlo. to I too tko roar IMO to IM*. balks ... -n"C:; :, 14, Township U South,' or lots The taxes to ha sold. Sea evldn>nd for the ll o to 101*ropmonUUIM both. IB- Ins I to II sod 1te 14. h BW4.
.i.nll... to III.77. Renee II Last, eoMUlnlnc Ito Aetna mom kr Certificate.. 174 of lest and ropn.eonti .I..t.., ._ yean Innto 115771Towmhlp ......... af Heritor. II Township II Booth.
late II end It, Io IWH luMa. of Boo.lion or lees The Aetna to bo sold ... erased touo for the real IUt to ,.... both All _"'". H. It ........ Run Roan 4* East. oontolnlnt II Acm owe
... Township II _tho Roan 4* Kart.MdaialM lyertllleoto or less The bases to ko Mid ceMeoeedby
by No. 411 of IMI and npn.oenu liu-luelvo. ._ntln. to 111.01 n Est Maulnlal 44* Aetna nan or MM. an
HI Aon more no KM. taaee for tho men lose to IMI. both.mcluilv Tract it Smite 17 Towaohlp II Booth I The loan to be gold an evidenced by Cer.tiricite Certificate No Ml of IMI and .......
axes 4a ko sold aro o.weed ko C.mri.ato .1 amountlni- n'. Rone It toil: oonlainlni, I* Aoree more No. WT of 1111 and rate taken for the rears ItK to I"8I. I both
nimeeaUUIM
Nee 410 of IMI Ono ropnoorU U.. All kectlo Ii, Township II loMb Ran*. or leas The Sexes to ko sold. In evidenced far the peen III* to logo both laeluilve .....1...... ._tln. to 141.41.
fee Iho roan loll to 18... both toclwln II a:.... raining IW "._ non oe low kr Cortlfleeto No IM of in .... room emoontlny to IUT It.AU Lou 1 to I. and II to II. la 8E: joooa0 to ,...... The bases to ko MM an evidenced kr Cer.tlfleato vents bum for the roan IM7 to IM. both Beetloo 14, Tawmhlp II &..1... RoanM lubdn. of Beetle la, Township U South.
Uu t to 4 to IKU I..Ma, of -.... )I.. 441 of loss and nyneeal Inclnerro. ._ntln. to 110 00B Eait eontalaln 440 Acm -. Ran* 40 Eel. eontalnlne 10.Aeno Bon
M T0o>aolp M _... Ko..n 4. E Moor.lalalo \ .... fur ta* Fear UM to ,.... both lalu.lv. ', lenkw IT. Townehl II louth. Roan The torn to k* cold. ..* ......more_ by r CortlfMto or IMO Tho Undo to ko Mid an .rUeMedky .
I Arm own or 1... Th.1toow Certificate No Ml of IMI and
amountln- to HIT HI II Keel mitalalnr IM Aerae awe or MM. No lot of lost and wry rev
to ko sold ... .._... kr Cerletl.1, acv Berlin* II. Township' II Seth, Raan The teat to ko Mid ore widened kr Cor.tlfkau tow for the yean 10M to IMI represents, both Imo MnU tone for the roan IM to 111, bothbwlu.lv.
onto Ho. .U of IMI and ....-.to lamlm II Cut conUlnlna-* Among non w taskThe No. 4M of lost tad repreoenUMJIM .|''''.. arbeunttnl to IUT.It. ,.aawunUa U IW" II
Iko peon ItKI to lose balk 1..1..1"1 Wes ta ke Std ... evidenced kr c.r.tI fur tko ran tlto to 1M. both laeluerre All Bertloa II Towmhlp II Smith Mon Lou I to It and II to 14. hi tt*.
.. to 111 II. ,..... No. 4KI of Illl aad represents Automating to IITIIIS II Est Mntolnlnf 140 Aorta satem r .... I,tbd*, of Portion la. Township It both
q Low to e, la IKH KuMo of oWttoo.M. bee for th* yean IM ta Into. both lael 8 Soothe. ... Township U .es lb. Rant The ton to bo said. *ro avideaoed br Cor) Range 40 bet, eoMalnlnr I* Acne non
$ Tvorariilp ;It Kmtli 'Men 4* ROM, ooo.tobilao .I mint OMOUOtlM to llTltl.Tnet M lets _tol.l.. 11* Atom non or MM..' tlflrato No. lot of npneenutarn or bees Tko axes to ee MM an eoldeeeodrortu.lv.
M Aetna sure or kM. Tko less I. Bubda. Nt*,. Beetlooi n Tow. Tko team U ke opal are widened kr oe) for Ik* roan lose'Io.IMI, botk In- be Corslfwa N. Sol of 'Na ad reps.Nall .
to ko sell aro ovUoaoo. kr CortlflraU No.M .*lp U ......... Raan I* Eaet eeatollaI tuba lift 4" af loll eod reoreeoota flap so.ntins ta #1161A6Loa taxes fee the Mre 11.0 a IN" .both
o* last and rip.la uses for loo,a II I Acm mean or MM. The tauo H be1..m tame for the roan One to 1.11, bell la.olneloo 150 I. and II to JO ra NEV.: ....... ., ssnunttnr be $43.40.
IW*. both hwluoln. -.... ar* vUooao4 by CcnlflMto No. 4110 ,, aaMOMlalna.il.. of Bemkm. Townhl U linlb. Roomm 4* ,' $.ld ax eertrflratoi tonther Sloth III.
Mm :11I0... of goal and repmeau taxes for the years Teen I. Biikdii N%. Portion II Tow. Ernt coatolMln M Amex s08. So ..... 00"-1 emitted or levied boxes will k*
... III IKU: Bukda. of ........i IM to IM*. both dominates, anouitni. k* oh.* tt ....... Mere M loot .optolnhi The' rasa to W Still. or* aild.amd br Ceo. 'old to tko kkhnt bidder M Ike Cowl
ll> Tovookl U Broth, a.... 4* EaMMolw ._ I4.li.Troct. 1* Aona Mor. er MM. Tko town to a* Mid UfMtoNo, III of IMI and ntoon wwis Know kr. mixed. on War loll day of.>"'.
M Amex sex or km Tko' Mmto I t, Beiluoi IT. Township U loMk. ar* esteemed kr CortlfleaH Mo. Ill of IN* for the yean 111050IH0. bath boo INS, ...koilaalac tko have of Tea .deek:\
. k* said. at* ovld.a.il k> Cortlfkoto. No. Roan I* lot eonul.llu> I* Acm noroei and repnomto teas for the room IHI toIMt 01......., aoMonllx ta Ik*.**., :.. m. or M seem thenafur M Ik* Mn.
044 of lost and ropnooota toao for tko Inc. The awe be asks arvWeaee4 bulk .......... *.OMW " r a** IM4 to Ipn Slash kMloxroa 5.Ma/- seat lna.. No. M* of 1_ aad nyro Trae \lukda. of N IA.etlsm IP. Towa. loWo, of BeitbjBi 6-Tiii.il.lp. M a**)*; I' at Mimesis porida, tkk) the III*.
r HUM' IIUTf. : uua for oh* yan test to IMI, bold. kip M etoan II Eaet. oentalala .._ II Peas. --..... me Are nest er *f April us*.
U ood II to ItU "'W... of Smile I........, __U.*. to U.I7Troe I* Anne aMro or MM. Tim loan to he orf* or lam The toonw be eel* on evt.In A. II. t.UTHaIlAN,
K To*>a.k*> II Book, Baan 44) KoM oa 5. geolMmjn. Township Mlo tb.OOBM erervtd.OMdor corewimme -"*o. (MlBOM ii I ky Oeeeiftnl H*> Meol loot and Cork Ciro" -.
bomber *.. hero seek or taoot 'hooIoottllnata- law Mn.O M no".. eeaalader 24 Aveo sees.g wens taoM*, dor tko _'1.... %..'roan..._ tees" __.IW NIl Doses ceg'1h r"w" .
, to ko Solid. or* ildian4 .* < No.4al .. The "a" to koeotd we wldea.d M.II. ladwlo pe..da,0e $MAt Iflre-rt,OKrA ...
IMI east rarrooootoUMo- toCoTwIlin ky OortWtMkr No. I ed ten Bad ropro* 1".M.| Boatk.an .; : ; l to'Ba.* it trii"M tr li nonfat 9 .,.
I Small ...... Dismissive. rrniu**. _.i unco Seer tm yean IMI to IMI, bash M Coot, eoaulahw M Aoroi wend .. 'of leetlo t. Tiaa.kla. M ::...: P'Idaw.A' Avonal p May ,' lie* .
........... .stag be ...... ar bee TW._ to ko said or* evidenced Ram 4* Case, iinlelnloo .._
rToto II to M to ItU BoMa. of BartUa Tram .. Build. N\t. Bethel 5T. Tow.We hr Cenlfleato No. lOt at IM sod roaoo. w MM. Tko ....* to b* sold or* Owvw.d
i: It, TooraaatoUBoolk.loooioalKooajOoaHtoAaoan 6t. 1.511.. .. leek .aslatag watt OHM lor the rear IM* I* logo. both by Certlfuato II... W* M, IMIoo* i ttL rOUVTY.' JVftCVB C4WIR .AD/;
Aoroo,%,seesiCoCorwi Tko, town 50 Aew o.o i or MM. The toM Meold be Mhouoo. lMi.otl.e- to I*.It boss nan for tk* year load to IM*. kotk C Mo PT,P 0800.' $..010.
to W oM. once o. .se No. or mould k* OkrUfwato He. 41 Trust I. Bokda. NH. BerUoai H. or011" -' __..., _.tt.. k* SILMloafMlL.dI150M.1. ... .
4X1 .< loss and r .rrooiial axe ta the of lost aod iipnoiBU Ian for eke yearato M Iou_. NOnre I* tae ootalMla HWt. CKACLB K HIT. B.eiMIO.rMTeTomgH
yeses IM M I.... bell Maotvo. -1 ISM bee low bells ...........Onsl.0 to.T.4 M Asset Otto or MM. Tko booms toko said....w.. af IcotloBi *. TI-III.H IV SMKJi. 35'0/4540' Ts rA,1ts *TMM >
T.wa1;1-- >aeod kr OrttftcoM Was Ml ., IN Raan 4* Eaet. oeoUMMa M Aono PtJ1yll5w rlNAt M1 0A10. I
ai:1 .. ........ N"n.. Ono npiOMato taoeo for Ilex roan I551 M en The loan be be said K ... --tko I Oak or k,
H. : ship 0 _"'. Seam 0D Panne 1'1' ISM both ...fcMloolv ai eaoll... M M-tti '' Ins -..... ..... 64U d'YOU Iad IIH imon ':'
..j : f.l.lia M assume toooa oo boor Tto to a* sold. n* rihnlMjod by C t Team nee T. loetMMi I*. T .aekl MIowa. :7 far the tow tot Sauna ...OsM.r "'
t.. reds am I'lHinud' kpBoitlfkato Mo. M*>*f IMt god unman Wnoa for tk* .. ROM, ooatarahiM Acres =: .,. II ... ...
,. sosa 0cp ...j yoan 149355$7.Tow ** In*, bola loelinr.Bi onioMtooto .''Mselea :to. artobee.Mw' W4 I Left 1 be L 101 I& OS.,s4 IlL :=-- Set mwNb.tSmlkf dSee
t: % bob &Want#% i d..ed be C1wokN. N. 004 a 114 end. .t Benin 4 ...........aRSo .tt&e.V +tir fri'taased'Glandular
Of mention IT. Tiooikrp H looakjiafcb, rese..ss bee .. No pare J s. 1555, ....- Low. esaft6wo-O&Aetna JI.....Asgw it fl c
; : see .....I be &11114 BaM*. of Bortto. bow 80 loser'esbebor to Aesks.meso -.-- .. .. tl hS s.be .Q +
L...40 1.x0..e.. Teases 5. atbda 5%. :..-I i z ::;. : 'r "
: seem or beer TM aims 1.----- .... .. 11-asks, r Shamir : .t'C wearAso ....1ErA.S 7Ss':
Sod by Cr1MMS 1 r.ur."PJ'-. -t. Ateser_. The as be r.... == ;: teadF .. ".

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I [ ..7VtcTHe Churches]i"6 THEATRE-oVE-: :.1 CLASSIFIED ADS !I I IRATE 1s



COCONUT OKOVB : first insertion 101 *a UM line; subsequent insertions mFtR

Matinee Saturday and Sunday '
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BAPTIST CHURCH a. m.; preaching services oa tint, SOe U I p. m.

Homestead-Dr. J. E Johnston.I third and fifth Sunday at 11 a ', Chew T and I R M. Adm. T5e RENTFOR SEE: AND BUY at Shanklln Vanity ".

pastor Sunday school at 9:45: a. m. and 7:30 p. m. I Grove, West Florida City

m. Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:30 Priscetan-The Rev. J. E. i Sun, Moo.. Apr. t*. May I RENT-4-room modern furnlihed (a7u)

p. m.; B. Y. P. U. at 8:30: p. m.j ter pastor; preaching at 8 am i ARTHUR LAKE or unfurnished house on

j Prayer service Wednesday at 7:30 Sunday school at 10. : PENNY SINiLETO"BLONDIE$3IhE Naranja road. Inquire Mrs. J.S. FOR SALE :J-burner Westini-
house automatic and
oven
5y. ffl* III. '... / Hammond, HoaplI.aUHoUlM!. range
METHODIST EPISCOPAL'Florida : : ;. shelf, good condition 6.tO. Mm
(ale)
Hi'Oeulcb-Thl 1tw Noah Peter- Churchthe Eva Collins, Federal Highway

[Jon, pastor, Sunday school at 1Cfa. City Community THE BOSS'Tue. and Biscayne drive. (mm
Rev. C. C. Nelson poster. R RENT Furnished J-bed-
preaching at 11 a. m. and
m.
tSO p.; m.; a Y. P. U. at ':30 p. m Church school at 10 a. m.; preaching ... Wed., Thar*!? ." room house, all electric hot sun 6M-fc: Tropical plants, civ-

.' Prayer service at 7:30 p. m. WedPiesday. at 7:30: p. m. Midweek prayers I May I. So. water. Also furnished rue trees and tropics* XpJUJn; )-

I and Bible study Wednesday at ADOLPHE MENJOU ment. Both clean cool apart-I aeaicn. Jungle Grfrwj tUxU. 4

7:30. DOLORES COSTELLO: fortable. Reasonable rued and Plum.i?tti .<,!?: *
CATHOLIC monthly rent for both. ,
la...
Church-ft I
Redland Commantty Eva Collins Federal '
Highwayand
Church ef the Sacred Heart-. "KING OPfl! J MISCELLAISKOOS
the Rev. C. O. Nelson pastor.. Biscayne drive. (mSl)
8. E. Second avenue, Homestead; Church school at 10; creaihlng at THE TURF" I "

the Rev. James Cloonan pastor 11. Epworth League at 6.SH. Mid 'GOOD, cool, roomy apt. for rent ,HOME LAUNDRY-Ms. ,pnt...16.
at J a. m. week day N. W. Slit SU and Hh Ave* a**
: I'
man
Sunday week prayer and Bible study Prl. Sat May ( I Private bath, reasonable rate. '

Iron at 7:43: daily. Sunday ichoo] Thursday at 7:30.: "'v, JACKIE!; COOPER"SPIRIT : e Ask at Western Union. (ml7tf) ner nortn of Woman'l QU(aUtl. )
Sunday following A o'clock mass
Ccisununlon for woman the tint, PRESBYTERLIhomesteadKrone I.. I : FOR RSNT-Furnished bungalow I

Steadily 'Of JIIOnthfDI'.AlltD",and avenue at OPCULVER" I with fireplace, hot water, new HOME laundry go.> Jerolmv.

_, boy, the second SuMta of month N. 18th street Bible school at 10 I I ,' electric refrigerator and. :stve.: 4)20 S. Krome Ave. > ;-M '

Holy hoop Thursday before tint J a. m.; preaching at 11 a. m. Yountpeople' II'I Fruit tree in yard. Inquire I Ii I.w '. ., WANTED: '. ... : -
ON THE STAGE
Leader-Enterprise, ,
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JTrld.j of mcpth meeting at 7:30: p. m. i

.tint Friday atJTJO a. -M"f PJUDAT NIGHT DONATIONS WANTED-Frop e

friction .t the Brewed LEGAL NOTICESWOTICK 8 Acts Professional :: FOR SALE II for; glasses for children and
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?after Span. Vaudeville i i I aduh! Also baby bed: Mt1h

CHWSTIAN AcnNca cntrnca *or. APPLICATION BALE or TAX NO.CIRTIFKCATE 411Nottea .. ..........9.. .. ........yyyvvyvvvvv SPECIAL-foe sale, house with S I Jane Neibitt_ _____

to botany a/wo that Arthur Mm,I I I II. I bedrooms, Jiving room, dining

a..tFL14fa (ty.pBsadvaety. Ad I IIt aaeM at ta. .ovary baa filed. with m*I... Conlflcan No. S14S of lest and room' room kitchen Only ll.SDO cash. I TUTORING WANTED -a' -hUlb'

Sixth street tSunday ICbeaJo-et welters iuuu.lt with all that.":the seat ton amltlud artlflcw.tMlocrttor arknrfed aMito taaal for ... -.. loss, IMI. and', school and grade school subjects;
for pupils under 20 yean 1 told KM to ISS. bulk iaelwlira _.u..': H. A. CAMERON I I.
1:45: a. m. axes Ineludlni' the rear In to HH.M.Said Mr*. H. J. Armitrong A. eve
of age; morning service at 11 kr the stare to advertised and. MM t> UwhlllMM i to* wrtltleaM together with all:Phone n Homestead, Florida Plummer drive and Country
bidder prodded br I I
.1":1 u ........., emitted or laded ear will to
evening er-
o'clock. Wednesday Ack ol the tM-I I. .
1 Chapter IMW. (a28ml9) Club road
to tile hnrtoat bidder tot the CourtHOUM ,
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Include testimonial insecure, mm tile following pod I .. ... i _
,vices which III .I. oa the lOth ,<* "& I
ol Dade, state of I
estate in the Cmiity :' kaahmhw .t-tha boor... Tm k 1'1 Wa."VriU'xchange
IM a<
WANTED
and experience and CLEAN RAGS
of healing riorUa M-wttt FOR SALE-Here are three parcel :
Uwrcaftn the '
M. a* soon
re-j a. ar aa
nark Christian Science', ( Low tl and H. MoCbln'* Bub. IftniM.i I I '. subscription or dwir.
on .raarlttd duo
tedl. The taxes M to Mid am .rtUfnmtt a>.r to M d..thI f : away below value: A two-I I
m. The public ii cordially invited' t Certificate No. S>M .f IMS and rep"m Dated'at Miami.188. .'' the 'lthl. tory house"frith I W room, Using for clean rap. Leader-

to attend. lncluflv sent. UM and far loss the posts to 1>8 lose.. both W !toclwlv.... both, ,I dgrogfAlail" .L" Jlr t..Ait'RU1AH._ Cl..lt r__,;., I II Ceiled(, two Tniide toilet, upStairs :i EnterpriKt

Apr. J*.-Letaon sermon I iraountfnc u S 7.M.. i 'fJ' "ilo:1 tladn.C.ustL balcony; should rent for
Lot II, Block 4. Roma A.Mn. ta Han ...\ rkwldar I
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I $1.230: cash.
Punish. Only
i topic: "Everlasting : t360 per rear.
tvlfenodW '
.' vend. Tlw Santa U be K>M am tENltO, ,
/_DL" Cnt"..... No. M.l of IM' and r>pr -', ."t...S' \firs fly 91.lNO 18: liar t. 1118.0; "I' :All taxes and lien paid. I II Buy a Home
mt taxes for Uw years 1t18 to 191t. bath 20 LOTS In Homestead, 1I10.tlr1nPowner ; I
inrlunln' mintinl to I7.U. Buy Grove Land
CHURCH OF CHRIST Lot II. Block 1, Ewtim A4d. to Hanwilold. IN *HJ CIRCUIT <'f BT Or THt 11TH Palms No. &. Many have
Th. taxes lo !to old on tvld.niiodk It 11.41.TriRct'iT IN AND roa
and LandIt
.it ad Flrit avenue All of them for Glade
) om > OrUflr. No. flit of 111 and m>r.. ,, DAD* ifiuxTv. rvoaiu. IN CHAN.ORDER sidewalks Buy
N. W. Fifth St Bible study at 10 Seats ln tar the iron KM Ic IMS, both i.ay.. Na. oft 2oOO. AH taxes and Uses paid. la my firm belief that higher -

a, m.; communion, fellowship and : liwluplvr L.it 12., moanUm Block I. Ewlnn to 114.11.Add!, to Mom.Aesd. .. BARBEBON.: II..I ICATIO4ar'fT'T ,- to ACRES on Biscayne drive, near price are Imminent
at il to sold nldMMda "' 'I Modello one mile east of Newton
preaching a. 111CHURCH "' Th." saw M a" : ,
_...... about price
\ CrrtUlmto Mo. SIM of real and TOKM.mitt LAM aKOROBHARBK ON. Don't quibble
or COD I axes lo the roan lno! M lost, both TO LARa CBOHGI HAKBCTONi, ..... toad, only $25.00 per acre. I Dont wales
taclmloo, woutiUn la 'U.n. I d.aoa Jnk ow ', Phone 72. H. A. Cameron, Home
Bote.cI-8Ot N. W. Tint I Lot I, pinch 9. Swings Adds. to HowIteod. -! IT la CRDKRKB thai tat) ,n.O..1.;I dud FIw'INOTICC Buy now.You'll .
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.k. Mid tvldoneodbr aoarann
The sow to irt
avenue; Rev.Ceo. Q. Coplin, pastor 1 CrrMflcM* No. 1141 of 1111 and npro.MnU 1 to the Bill .fdtC.l.plam ar Divorce ta I thank me for this *oggestlon -
Sunday school at 8:41 a. m.;;; HM for too, years lain and lilt I the ........ styled rmiaMt mlwnrlM/ dace or APPLICATION roa TAX a few month bellow
... KM to 1'1' Nth ...,.. .*, vnovntl1 pro ronfoM. will to ....Md ,don, arm I DEED rila 11441Nattr I
preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:49J : \ Ie .I Tk HiMMtoad Laan>.Entonirh: la da la., to totuor'.l..a that Prod Gibe,. II. A. Cameron
JuntaY.JrVat I.chmiren'6meeting .. -jl'-Brtok' SV Jwt_ Adds to Harwrtmd. ...... at th* aMnpapar'tol wht* this rwH, ....... wf Btoto Old OuM .... Cut/tlne
PMti..J The Bata .o ... MM are oldMHM hall to Published MM a wart for few Mamtond 84019. toted the its dar atauaiwt
at 7 In panon.,.. Prayer CortiriaW No. BUt of Itll Red meow _tl.. _k.. I A, D. lira ban fund mid CrtM.
meeting 8 p. m. Wednesday. wow fur the vats 1MO slid IIS1 ..dIMS ThisL 'k LEATHERMAAI'1.' Cbr04kt.4. Onto la vast "' ,.... .ad bid med" application; IN THE CIMl'IT Coital or TM live
to lass, both Ysd..i.ar emanating B. I tar ... Mad to bow M..on ta a"wa- JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND 'POs
I Circuit Court. Dad. CanntF. Florida. arm with .... said Certificate *aihraaath. > SASS WIJIfTY. rLOBIDA. IN CBAN
CHURCH or THE NAZARENE 1 WlltiV Block I *. Ravage Addn. to Ham Br R. H. 11ICE Jr., Deputy ClarkCirealt I following donrrltow prwruiltualrd I KKY. Na 4T44I-B.
Bi .W .itMd., Tno team to to paid atO nldoncodbr ( Court Baal) \ .. ... c-..... 1'Klwrtd to.iKl 'CIIACI: K. IIAODA"a1.WI.
sMasdTiler-
Hi 1M1 ltd CARR a CARR.Soll.11s _..
CortlCleiu No. 1111 of ( mm.MMI Lot It, .u Plat rid
Parker/vaster 8\InItN'-.lCboof Wes for the ram KS M ln both! for rialntlff.lAar. aan HI, IIldwart....., af Dada, Sttat..ai EKINHAtlbT' J. AhhATI. IMMdaut,
.3.1 ...1..1... .mounting to 14 IT. I SS: liar .. It II 1UIINOTICE I Florida.Ualaai. ( OIIIER OP PUBLICATION
.p-:4$ dl' ,m;. preaching at il ;I, '
Lot-Ih.! Block I. Adds to Hauia.atoud. : ---I.f said IS "a *" TO mNUA l>TJaAUUTt>
and 740 p. JTM N. Y, P.IS. # Mau. to ': gold are avldanoatkr I Or BALI M TAX fEUTlrl.CATB the CertlfWta ....... idea I. the amt ofUnkwws. I o.Gulf IWlnln* Ompaar
at '.30 m. Certificate Ma. Ills of IMI and rapra. *. A........ Pow 44.l J-Mtrholaa Bldf. *'
Junior meeting p. seats taxes for th* pa n 1910 to ..... both Notice ta hereby along that Chatter saw Oartlflaito shall to radnaiataaaordlal i IToMo, Ohio
'....,....._tln. Wednesday yvn.ing .1 liK-lml., amountlac to IM... 4.uaawa ... IM. with UM wrlttoa ... to law, MX teed will la..* U .raa >I I I IT Is OabEKKD that ran HI* W> -
I! Lot 14. Block S. Llno.1. -i.rk.Ta. Rome that the taft atrttfkatal kvattor oa the lath dar of Mar. A. D, 1 aairant.* .. Jima tth, less to tha Bill, uf
7:30 p. m. axes to to roM aru...*..*.. br OanlTtaat with all aubMuunl amltud or baled toM Oatod shin Sth dar af April. A. "iN"1 Complaint for dhow In the >to at *daaaM.
'i, No. IMI ef lost sad rrpraatnta taaai for Including the mar 1PM. toM br the Btat* B. B. & otherwise a daar* tr. auafarj will
J'l'tnMtethl Rev. E. P. Cowen, the pars IMI to ISM both laalual. to .._.... and sold M the highest bidder Cork af Clrmitt Court, to attmt ...1...' .*.. Tto MMnurXadLautorKatMrprta
ichool at 8:43: I'I'putor aipountlmr to IT.I4. for ".h .. p...._ br Chaptar HUM, dUe Dad County, Pled"schools : h dailmat to Ne
Sunday I Lot II Mid 14. Sled *. thxalarark.Tto Italy Acts af the ....101.'''"'. ...... Ito c-,* a"1by .__ hr whkh thin arart .k.H to 1"W
preaching at 10:45: a. m. and 7:30p. I taaM to to aald ar. .rid*" d bit. following does food real I *>tat* la the N. C. sTtiairri' D. QIAm ...., "- .f-r.tiw
at 6:30 ..... No. Mil of 1M aad ".. c-.I Cougar af Dada. Stated r......... to-wit ( 7, lt.'li.S4r .. 11181 {SSI.'W .
m. Junior meeting ; young 1 1I fr th* ra, IMS to lass, bath Lot 1. Block It. Town of _...... glow 1M Itl7a.r wt Apes, At,..,f....,
people's meeting at (:30. prayer 1'1' amounting r"dd": TAe taw to ... sold ar* ..kht_ br Or.tlfleato NOTICE or BALK or TAX CETirt> : a. : nf
meeting Wednesday at : oErlSeOp.u. p. m. Lot |L slash 1. ', to Mom No. 10114 of IM7 and roommate CATES. AppllrallM Da 4IM- j f ,,Mci. st atDlwy'Nt'ssstn' r t ,tda.Clr..k .
i ....... no, totes to be acid are vrUMlonlbr ta.<* for the r.an 1121 to IMS both In. Motto ta hmar rives that Mr. Den (
., I Certificate No. 1171 of 110 and rupr* alu.lv. amounting to ''''.'. Pesos ha five. with ids welds iin.iiil M'. JN1WI/41.Dr DMW. Illinois
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Ovate taxes for the years 1M to IMS, Said ax antlflrata. together with all that the tu oortlt"' ,.. raw tar with Wasb"ewn ,, CARRrr. CARR '
8t.Johi'a E Second avenue 1 taclixlx anauatlna to IIS ,.. autorunant emitted or looted axes will to i / krrtad taxes Inalad- so"9. tot i .. '
Lot *, Block .. Bwlnn: Add.. to Homes sold to the highest bidder at she Court lug tto>**r :F.i: br the atata to adutrttard -1 I ... lr:: : ..J*. "ii.'
and Fourth street Homestead _.. Th. to.a. to be Kid am arMnmdkr HOUM la Miami, *a the 17th darat Mar.I9SI .1 and ::. htatoat aiddar far ... M.tt
i i Rev "R. T. Blackford, rector. Ceo CortI,..... No. 1141 af IMI and _. : beginning at the hour of III o'atork' ..., a. provided br ChaptM IUM. of the I IIowl. I : or APPLICATION FOR,
.... aad TAX -
wow tax" for tM INO. tell a. ... or at own thereafter a* the some mat Art. at the LacUlatura. upon tie rol- Draw riu utte
fl. WakeHeld, lay reader. Holy 1 load to 1t.8. bath Isolwlre. ..outUss I mar to rarh.d In d... aoura*. I .. *a >rlto4 reel *>ta<. In the Cau.tr I It NatlM ta tor.ay erwa that Mra L- f.atwhun. .
communion each Sunday at 7:30 to $28.611.I.d DOW at Miami, riarMa. Sale th* Nth i ef Dad. State Florida, twww t haMw .. amt of Cttr .T
Nos..usd. I
0. akwk I. X.Ings 4. to ,dar of April. IMS. Lot S, Block I't BoulrraH Aadtthmi' Ttotaiai Miami Ta CartUlrato Monitor MUM,
,.m. and first Sunday 11 a. m.;; The team to be sold are adMaood E. B. LIATHftaMAN.: to to .old an widened br Ortlfloau" dated MM 4th dar of July A. D.19 lima
morning prayer at 11. Clark Ctrrult Court, No. SUI of 1M4 and nrprwMut* la>M fur: IM rid COTtUUato la mr af Clrav aad to.
I Dada Cnntr, llnrlds.ICi"sls the gasp loss to IISI both rn.lu.lv' ....* applWUoa. fur too deed to tanrthima
EPISCOPAL, I Curt toallBr I .........t.. to IZf.4 In aorurdane with law. BaM OrUflnM -
METHODIST I NO. rENNO. D. C. Low IS and I'. R. U Moatr and Adds amkraaia the followlnr dmeS, 4roprrty
I SOUTH II Publish April Ml Mar 9. I'. IM* Th taia. M to Mid ar *....._ ar Oftlflcat altuttod IB Dado Countr. tlarMa,
Cars No. IMS af 1M4 and L.N.
Used .
:ntel4l-lhe ReV. J. J. Rich- I NOTICE or AtE or TAI: cERTiri.CATEB. toaai for the raar ItM ta ..:-C-i I Let N 1..sa' 1'.1..'.. a Subdvotes .
I Appareling Na. 4441 "11I1.., ammntlni to ....... / Overacted Plot. __ s .POWs Lt.
arils, paitor. Sunday school at ft:49: 110.... ta hereby elms that JoMpk D. Bald taa aanUleaUa wee bst with all la the CIq of II..... Count? .( Dadu,
I Connr hal filed. with m* wrIU* rauunt > riorlda.
at II a. m. and auaaiaumt emitted *r Sated taaat will to awes at
'a. m.; preaching iur read MOM Mamradial $445 that th.tax _I'...... toavttor. said. to the .1..... bidder M tie Court Tb..pwmmt of told pnu.rnt =
.7: 30 p. m. Junior League at 2:30: rarr atoaii with all .""-"" emitted ar Uvbd taxes' How* to Miami, .. the Srd ,dar af Mar.IN .I tee MM CartlftaaM kwwd wa* la tto
at 6:30 m.;:: ....-_.. the Post IM*, told br tto halo I kallaalns at the hour af 18 *'.... .f V.k_..
HI League p.
I p. m.; 1 awlit "set cowl to adMrttaad. end MM to the htetoM bidder. Za, w .. Moa thereafter a> the .1 u..ns told C.etNlate .hell i4 .......+4arse
, Senior League at 6.30 p. m. loss $300 for a.n *u pnnhM kr Charter IMPS, ofIh. may to Powers la do* 0-m ms drag w bow. ag dead will ear _
I Prayer meeting at 7:30: p. m. Wed 4 sew Mrs, rdw. its Acta af the LalWatur. 0'i:1: Dated ., Miami --. this flow IJth w a I" 11t. day 01 Mar, A, D. ,lit.
Mkrwtna1 >*orltod real waste A. IIH.
day ., April, loss.a. pod this 15th der 01 A.n.
nesday. till lard l....or i .deal Coo..., of Dads Slat af Florida. ......Ita I B. LUTllEI1IA1JI "a% B.'LEATHEilMAN',
wwlNtw ....-.... t': ol *V y dew\ at *EH af Cerb. CI_ o..rt. Cloth at CtroltOourt,
Silver Palm Methodist Clallre'the' she.w $250 .Wt*.a II. Towmhl IT, .Uinall "" ea...., nurUa. I i iClnull I Dad Cauatr, VtotWa,
..101.. a -. w The Coon1Ioa1r: '
iCW.n S.wlr
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. Rev. J. E.: Waller, paitor. j to be sold. sea nkbMad br ..IE"'I 0. D. C.PoI.llth C"1, N. C. STERSETr C., C-
. Sunday school every Sunday at 10 loss Brick 4--r toartataiaiDaal cedes llal ''f KM and Impregnate tola SO A... 14 211 911 la155. fAprNal'iiiM.ye.Ii)
J "-I.' $325 room long M 194$. both ..........,
bargain .5. to 644 81.
I 1.:.. NW Car for q at wsi47 of .
E9t..s147.cZ W Ire, POB.,'
i IMf :::- ...... 5595 **. T...... ... saw SI M-
WWI tolalni I.M ..... aid ar I-.. The loan
NEWT G. BALL to .to oM >r* ..ldwwd br Conlfkato N*.1! EDWARD STILING
ION "Issall .Dad" few-"" .-rllI.. and t.praaiato taM for tee. '
van Slam to IMS both kMlualoa amountC1. '

NOTARY PUBLIC :. :..a". S395 I laid. ul'a.rUfl.atwi tontbar with ansb..wt

aairtwd ar k.M taaM will toM '
.. to .... btoJtoat bwMar a* the Caart iteal Estate- .GenerallRsuran :
PRESTON B. BIRD Rome to ..... aa Ih* 11th dar af Mar.IMS. ,
lire insurance and .'...
toataalM at the hour at I*
CO. : p. a.. Y Gore thamftor M th auM "
MOTOR I II he pwbd in Ise Wis.v1:
Kindred Lines. a"Y :.NOTARY.Cor. PUBUq. .
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i Dew R4 11-'. sloe(.. this isle
gMn ... ". door .t -'orIL 10846L i ...' .....
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MATURITY RULEADVOCATED Miss Edna Nell Richard lilt '

a Is Honored,at Wesleyaa I'
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FOR "
Macon, Co. April 37-lllss
Edna Nell Richards of Homestead 'we snArat.trtrdtY
I FOREIGN CITRUS S I .bas. been elected pictorial editor ARE HAVING WOULDN'T II MISS VIU.AftU AllWHEN""
of the Vctorropt' Wesleyan] College AN EASES SALE AT OUR IT FOR Tilt WORLD! rK STORE WITH THE HCPVUTIOI
annual FAVORITE fOOO STORE I'M a01NG RIGHT J (OR OUAUTY AND YAWS TMU
*> Lakeland, April S7.-Th. committee Miss Richards will take office //MlS.JOHN JONRoyal OVER AND ATS JUST LONI HAS, GIVES A %E,)I0
"" for reciprocity' Information \this faiL This yeaf she has taken NO YOU'DMISS STOCK w WHAT 101O 1! WOI4AM CAN AFFORD TO
Of the federal government now) part In varied activities on Uec.mpUL IV / TIE AND YOSSI0U MISS IT/
hl under consideration> I proposal She has been a memberof WEEKEND f Sit NOW MANY
1 by> the citrus: commiaslon that the the Junior soccer team, and she OTIIR WOMEN
be was recently' ; elected to serve as
same maturity requirements i, HAD THE
from Cuba senior representative to the honor 1oEAll1
Imposed on grapefruit sAMf
council for 103940.Convention
and the Isle of Pines as now pretau. -
9 on Florida fruit

',. A*; supplemental trad. agree ReportsTo
ment with CUba' now' is under '
De Given Tonight'
rearmAt b err to
the commission
consideration/ and : !
( wrote. all member' of the Florida RANKLI S
delegation M congress, ai well n At the parish supper for members '
: of St ,John's Episcopal
She reciprocity\ : formation com-
p mittee, urging such standards be I Church In Hospitality House this I t
r established. for Imported (rape-, evening, reports will be given of I. FreshCountry
fruit. Replies received from Florida -! the South Florid diocese convention Factory Packed 25C. ,I
r senators and oongreumenvninlmoud held In Sanford Tuesday, Sugar S 1b. RollBUTTER
bag
; approve the suggestion Wednesday and Thursday ,
and the reciprocity Information -: The rector, the Rev. R. F .
stated it would five Blackford, Mr. and Mrs. Edward
group .n.s, Ib. .'. ., 29ci
serious consideration to) the suggestion -: Swing and Mrs. J A. Hooks ? ,

supplemental! In: formulating trade agreement the! new' tended the convention. at-I Puddings and Desserts ::14

Fruit from the Isle of Pines and Father of Dr. Logan A KiurrJRODUCT
also from Cuba comes Into the Friends'
floe
b Taken DeathThe
market In poor condition. it was by
.Sc
Baked Beans !,17
brought out by Luther Chandler, 's CANS ,
Rev. 7. O. Logan, father of
commission member from the eastcoast
I
Dr. A. M. Logan ot Homestead,
and has I tendency to create rrsRoom ,
died yesterday morning", In an Atlanta Bulk -5 Ilw.,
bad of all
a public Impression
grapefruit One taken! from, the I hospital where' he was taken I MEAL or GRITS :I4CNo. ,nurrrlLrn 116c d
boxes and dumped by the grocer,1 fear or five days ego from his ,Dr
the consumer: has no way of \knowIng !home near" the southern metropolis. I g.
Death due to cerebral '
bM fruit which he it getting was a
and which is not satisfactory,came hemorrhage.\ PEAS Gold Coin .
No.
Or arid Mrs. who left 2 cans
Logan,
1
from Cuba or the Isle 1 of Pines and
here several days ago when adVised STRING MEANS 25c
Nt fronv Florida SLICED BACON
( of the critical condition' of I II LIMA BEAMS :
the e3-year-old retired Methodist Any 3 for
I
TCRNtr. GREENS Ib
Claus Grinold Elected I minister' were bedside when 29c
"HIIII COLLARD GtlUNS
Grand Senior) Warden the end earn*. survived by
file wife and several other chil
I dren. Pint Qt.

Claus Grinold 'wu elected grand r The elder' Mr.; Logan and his MIRACLE\ WIIIP .25c 37c
senior warden of the grand en*I Wife rtslted their" son and c1authI -
Hunptnent the I. 0. O. 1, of
tOfS ter-in-law here about a year and
'-
,: Florida Petersburg; on a half age 3 lb. canSPRY
,
Monday: of last week; I 5.7c
i H. B. Seattle, brother-in-law of or .CRISCO. .
p Mr Orlnold, was Junior past grandmaster .

J lodge ot of Florida the session I. O.of O.the f. which grand' Tropical CafeS :1 Kraft's American or Brfck

flit t there.. the following] two days. : CHEESE, 2 lb. box44C
Mrs Seattle. was appointed attfstant doers mortis ef city Iran I
marshal\ of \the Hebekah Assembly IIOMEsn FLORIDA
"of Florida which convened I Selected

at the same time Mrs. Luther Regular dinner ...... 50c PIG LIVER Ib.P :Ic
Strickland: represented Liberty. __ MOTtOHAL'ttABV', WEEK
Rebehah lodge at the assembly\ Plate lunch ... ... 05e
Mr. Seattle! as grand
representative P Georgia
Miss Beth Steffanl. end.. iOn.
win, with Mrs. Seattle, attend -
the' Sovereign Grand lodge Florence Karea4dk Prove.ATTENTION SMOKED BACON, Ib.. 35IC:
meeting in St Paul In September, : MAY\ 1ST TO 7TH

I Boned and Rolled '

f Veal Roast Ib. .... ... 4'C I]IRRADIATED PET MILK a TALL... 'CAN11I 2Oc\,\ .

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