The leader-enterprise
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00087294/00225
 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: May 5, 1939
Publication Date: -1941
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1931.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 29, no. 2 (Jan. 10, 1941).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 29, no. 1 (Jan. 3, 1941).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002057831
oclc - 33835104
notis - AKP5867
lccn - sn 95047482
System ID: UF00087294:00225
 Related Items
Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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City riles Under Wilcox Act; ,

26 Mill Tax Raise Forestalled


I: Work Starts- on Bay Park LEVY BOOST TO GET $26,000 j


LAKE DUG-( AS !i Flames West Wind Raze Saves Laundry Homes and Across Residence Street; IN DELINQUENT INTEREST j

FILLING IN OF Flames of an undeterminedorigin small amount of bed clothing and COUPONS SOUGHT IN LAWSUIT t

| destroyed the Redland District : wearing apparel was saved, was ..
I Laundry, S. E. First street placed at $3,000. The losses are
and First avenue and an adjoinIng not covered by Insurance. THE 'WEATHER Would Have Brought 1939 ,J

AREABEGINS! home of the plant' manager Five-year-old Maxine Walker 01"101 "Sower "sort of 1M.4-.1"P" Millage to Total of
with a total loss, estimated by the daughter of T. J, Walker the 1&...._ 6uu... H.-, rhwMa 63 Instead of 37 J

'owner at $11,500 Saturday after- plant' manager, discovered the D... I Ml..' ... .... 1
Shore Line Turn noon. fire at 4 o'clock. She wa takinga April 28 ..._. M"r[ M |128.87April ,[ BRIN(7MINOR.TY
Swamps Los of th* building and its bath under a shower when the 29 I 68 29.89 TO :

Into Land as DredgI I I equipment was placed at $10,500.1] noticed flame in the wash room April 30 | 92 S8 \ I INTO REFUND PACT

ing Begins Lou of the home, from only ten feet away. She ran screamingto : May 1 I S8 29.11 ,'

I 1 her mother who wa at the desk May 2 ..311 I 81 2U8 83% of Bonds Already in
TREES VEGETATION In the office In the front part of May 3 81 !2995
;I RETAIL DEALERS the bunding. Mr*. Walker called May 4 J 89 30.04 Deal, City Moves on :

TO BE LANDSCAPEDjtolf i fire headquarter, and a* she ran Hold-outs '.

from the plant smoke wa billowIng \
Course, Beach, Docks I I'SET DATES FOR Into the office. MAYOR COUNCIL Th city of Homestead filed a :

In Plan for Sottile's Fanned by a brisk west wind, petition In bankruptcy under the '
l. SUMMER the flame had enveloped more Wilcox act In V. S. district court
.., Gift t&.County.! I CLOSING,than half the plant and ha41 Ignitedthe I Ii 0.. K. PLANS FOR Wednesday.just.as bondholder .

I Ii i four-room, one-story Walker Harry, C. Davis; filed action U '
Actual work of converting the I I i Retail places ; business In home on the east by the lime fire LOCAL HOSPITALMayor Dade County Circuit court which.
U e tract of mangrove]I I i i: men arrived.In II If successful, would have Increased
swamp Jungle Into Sottile Park, a.I the Walker home were Mrs. the city' tax levy for 1939>> by 211 \
bayfront recreation center forHomestead
i I I I tember 14 inclusive, It was decided Walker's mother Mr. Agnes Reed, Tom Harris and mem- mill i
and the Redland District i at a meeting of business men and her sister, Mr*. Mary Douber-i bers of the city council gave formal i The total tax levy for 1933>> was
wa started last Tuesday 'held at the call of the Redland :' ley When Mrs. Walker rushed in I Ii approval to plans for the pro- 37 mills. Assuming that the milt-
County Commissioner J. D.
Redd I' District Chamber of Commerce I i with the alarm, they grabbed armloads : posed municipal Homestead hos- age for 1930 would otherwise remain
present work plans call 'I'
Tuesday Legion hall of bed clothing and ran to pital Monday night, paving the the same as last year'*, the
for clearing the area of Undesirable 1,
Davis suit would have lncr ised
Representatives of 18 place of safety. way for WPA approval of the
tree and vegetation and business attended the meeting. I: The plant and the home were project the tax levy to a total of n mills.
lining in a trip of ground several I I I II
hundred feet The business men also voted to doomed within a short time after Plan and specifications of the Davis sought a mandamus to
deep along the bay form a permanent organization to I II I the fire started. Several time $48,00 institution were brought be- compel the city to setup in the 1939
front. Other plant for the development
be known at the retail merchant the flame threatened to bridge fore the council by Dr. J. A. Smith tax levy a mlllage sufficient to
will be mad after the division of the chamber of com I Imerct. I First street and attack homes of who told the council that the pop take up 2,000 In delinquent bond
present: work la completed he said.1 I P. J. Franklin was selected William Shuler, A. O. Cain and J., ular subscription campaign for Interest coupons held by him. He
Eventual work will Include
making of a golf court, bathing the. chairman of the group. He (Continued on Page Five) $10,000, needed to pay the city' I* one of the few bond holder
Instructed to confer the to who would not agree to the refunding -
was with officials part on building and buy
beaches, pleasure \)08dock.* and
I of the chamber to discuss equipment, was progressing favorably plan under which the city
picnic ground PROCLAMATION"Whereas
further plan of the new organization. and that he hoped the 10.1of has been operating since October.
Tint work on the park site was 1(37.
the drive would be reached
the dredging of a lake thirty feet Paul Loaner and David Fred the first week laMe within two week He said he anticipated Eighty-three: per cent of the
Vide and 100 feet long near the I erick were delegated by Mr. will be observed throughout no difficulty In obtainingthe bond holder agreed to the plan,
to obtain dirt for the IIUIn.In .
Franklin to Inform all businessmen the nailed aa the sixteenth WPA If.nUor the building.The however, and when 73 per cent or .
proceaa. This body of water I' of Homestead of the new annual National Music Week, new library will be known more of bonds are signed to a plan
after landscaping and beau utica-I' Closing plan. and a* the Lily Lawrence Bow LJ- the Wilcox act can be Invoked to
tloa will be for the use of The business house will remain "Whereas, all local: musicalorisolutions Continued on Page FIve) fore the holdouta0 abide by the
Redd laid.
boat, Mr I
will ce-eperat la majority action.
closed all day July Fourth, -
Ten men are employed on the I Thanksgiving, Christmas and New making this celebration a Mot- State Employment Unit City Attorney Ira C. Haycock

project at pretentThe I Year and one half day on Labor able and constructive one In the Now Open on FridaysThe laid "yesterday that the filing of tile
movement to establish the I advancement dt '* petition under the
Day, it WII decided. ef the art f music ) Wilcox
park was started more than two and the promotion of its enjoyment branch office of the FlorIda act would stay Judgment In the
year ago when James Sottlle,1 Illomeste d Jail Visited among the peeple ef Homestead State Employment Service in Davis case when supplemented by
president of South Dade Farms,
I a* a whole, and"Wheresa the city hall here will be open on additional petition which ho will
Ine.. offered to deed the land to By Dade Grand JuryFor
I' file at
In ear effort to Friday afternoon from 1 to 3:30: once.
the county for that purpose. Th prollthe commercial growth O'clock Instead of on Wednesday Under the bond refunding agreement
deed was formally accepted by the tint time within the
and prosperity of ear city we afternoon, It was announced by past due Interest coupons
the county commissioner: last December memory of city official, the Dade .
I are prone to forget the ealtural Louis A Miller, manager. I (Continued on Pap FlveV
County grand Jury paid a visit to and spiritual actlvlte which art
Under term of the agreement the Homestead jail on a tour of
Important the life and
M In
with Mr. Sottlto, work On the development Inspection yesterday.It proven ef any community Homestead High School Selects
+ wa to be' started was understood the Jury also I
-N_.therefore,I, T.1. Harris,
at within 19 months. Another rtipulation visited the jail at Coral Gable' by virtue ef the power vested la First President of Student Body
wa that the South Miami Florida and
county con. City me a* major*f till city.(Home
M struct road into the area to be Hialeah. stead, de hereby proclaim May J. T. Godwin yesterday became elected last week by the council

|?$ developed. At present, construe- The visits to the Jail Wa termed 7 through May II a* Music Week I the first president of the student from Its own membership:
SN tion of I scenic: highway from routine detail of the present grand and E. B. Blackburn was elected
I* Homestead, urge our rl&l.I School
Miami to the park M the bay front Into the welfare body of Homestead High ,
,Juryl probe general I sent to take eocnliance ef the i sponsor of the student council.At .
east of Homestead b being con- of the county and Its political unlimited enjoyment and Inapt- 'and after he was sworn Into office' the next meeting of the council -

... ildered by the oolJlJ'1 llOlnen. subdivisions. ration te be derived from good cave an Inaugural address and Monday afternoon, the president

J musle. and te participate In the became the presiding officer of will appoint committee chair
Local Rotarian and Uncle United' event planned fee this week the assembly. men and each of them will Include -
I < I which will be animated In the His election a* president of the In his committee: One pupil
:, After 30 Years Newspaper Photo local Btm*. Fartkulariy I student body automatically make who 1* a member of the student
can atteallon to the sacred ceo him president of the student council council and one who If not.

A chance photograph la 11ItW.. Art to lie given at the Episcopal which I* composed of two representative Among the marten to be taken
iii*; paper brought together George M. Lion two weeks sgo. Church Sunday.May 7.at I p.. *:from each horn room up:soon by the new organization

4 Trick, secretary of the Homestead On the; diy bf His arrival In StPetersburg by the combine Methodist and, in the senior high school and one 1 say the planning assembly pro-

Rotary: ,Club and; hiss uncJe: Both Mr. Prick 'wa* In a EBC.* | choirs representative- from each borne grams' the establishing of a lost,
-.. thereof I have In the junior high school and found department the conducting
err Elder- Pittsburgh, Pa. who wttnesa room 'I )
I lad pot met or.corresponded In group of Rotarians snapped by a fcerewato set my band anal af* Howard'West who wa. elected of fire drill. and the establishing

jly! more than thirty year*. newspaper' hotorra>>bat. The fined UM official seal ., the city vice-president t..t er cia was i of a hospitality comrnlt. '
o1t The reunion took place Ia St next day he received a telephonecall ef Homestead Ola third day e* ,cbGeea.Iw entire student I tee to help the next tetentn grade '
1 Petersburg while Mr. Frick Was attending "This 1* Uhcltf Bob. I've HaT A. D. 1931 body.- The secretarytreasurer.Miss in getting adjusted to Ugh school

...f ,.U stale Rotary conven (Continued CO Pete Two) "T. t. HAUlS, MIl,...." Mary France Arthur, was I way

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Paze Two: TIIEJ.EADER-ENTERPRISE --- Friday. Mav 5, 1939

2- IIURCII CHOIRS Nazi Leaders Afraid of Intellectual i I! PONTIAC SPRING I Homestead Fishing Angler Contest Gets Prize '

WILL UNITE FOR Competition With Jews, Rabbi SaysThe :i SHOWING DRAWS I Among the winners- in the Metropolitan .

present situation fat Germany Uon" .
Miami Fishing tournament
MUSIC PROGRAM today la the result of the 'Dne great reason why the anti- I PUBLIC INTEREST I
was Sam Alexander foreman of
stupidly of Nazi leader whose Semitic movement has gotten I I
the Ger- I the service department of the
sub-normal intellects are overripe such headway Is because Pontiac Mich.. May 4.-As an
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The combined choirs of St. and rotten," Rabbi Jacob man leader da not want to compete ,'indication of the attention that I Neese Motor Company Homestead.
John Episcopal Church and Kaplan of Temple Israel, Miami, intellectually with the Jews" I Pontiac Motors new duflex springsare Mr. Alexander landed a bonefish -
Homestead Methodist Church will told member of the Redland District Rabbi Kaplan said "Great injustice with the I
attracting everywhere weighing ten pounds three
present a musical: program at 8:IS Ministerial Association at a 1* being shown the Jews but I
trade and engineering profession
clock Sunday night In the Episcopal luncheon-meeting In the parsonageof Germans, themselves, also are public alike, spring manufacturer I ounces on April lilt Card Sound
Church. the Homestead Methodist suffering from the mailed fist of I featured every It In Its exhibitat bridge and It netted him first prize
The program will be directedby Church Tuesday: Rabbi Kaplans the Nazi leaders" I the recent Automotive Service: In the bonefish divsiion He said
Irving Lyon Mri Julian Web- topic was Jewish-Christian Relations Christian ministers in Germany
I Industry Show In Chicago, according he was not rigged for bone fling
ater will be at the organ and Mr In the European Situ today are divided Into two groups I t
to C P. Simpson general sales
the fish,
and which
that landing
J. O Rtdd at the piano. An offering \ Rabbi Kaplan said There are
will be taken for the organ : those ministers who have sold their manager. There were seven spring' was only three pound under the
NEESE COMPANY exhibits in alL {I all-time bonefish record, was
fund churches to save themselves, by
The program follows: |' kowtowing1 to the unreasonable The Leaf Spring Institute, an I I "next to a miracle"

Organ prelude, "In the Twilight"I HASLARGEAREA I I religious demands of the government association of spring manufacturers 'II Mr Alexander received a cer. ",
(Harker). I and there are those who had a similar exhibit at the i I tlflcste of merit from the tournament
J>Processional "Onward Christian have lost themselves and saved New York Auto Show. 1 I I officials and was notified he ,
Soldier. FOR FORD TRADEThe their churches and found themselves "Doubtless this unusual Interest will receive rod and reel and 290 t
Prayer Rev. R. F. Blackford. in concentration camps, he in the Duflex spring 1* brought I yards of line, all of the beat make.
"Nearer My God to Thee" Neese Motor Company,II said about because it Is the first time
(Drew). Homestead has the distinction of "When men grasp the concept that a spring baa. been designed LEGAL NOTICE i
Come Unto Me" (Schubert- being th only Ford dealer between that this I II a moral universe in which will give one passenger as I I
Mn. Lloyd Delta, soloist Miami and Key West which the nation that is immoral easy a ride a* five or six passen-i :
'Adoramu T." (Palettrlna). Starting business her two |I I destroy Itself In the long run, the "The whole secret of the designIs NOTICE OP. SALB Application OP TAX No.CRRT1FI.CATCS. UM k

The Loat Chord" (Sullivan). week ago, the concern is beaded : Jewish problem and other difficulties In keeping the rate of oscillation I l Nabs' h hereby ttvt th.t. Daniel. Ace '
Initrumental- Prick by Donald Neese, who has had 14 I that beset nations wlU be P( the spring low and within very _un..... rued with no, mrllu frqinot. that. .
-Seek Ye the Lord" (Roberta)- year experience in Ford distribution solved" Rabbi Kaplan said. narrow limits, and also practicallythe : tko lu omitted otrttflcotM or 1..toptha..... taxes with lMl.oil.dlnf. IUOM.tuM the UI.
Mn Wm. MuawlwbJte aololit H. will be Joined her soon "Moral rearmament I& the Heed of tame as the rat of the front i root lest k..M kr the BUM bt ........-
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and MM to the 101"Iolddo.! for wish asi 3
'Evening: Hymn" (Welsh Folk the world today. Whether we gel springs. .
by his wife and family who are i 1 9rorldrd by the: 19596. *t the IM7 Aria r I
Song). In Miami. it or not, gun can be no substituteI "With conventional springs the'II of the UcliUlur open Uw roll,.,". d.. \
Gloria" Uth Mau)-Mozart The company has on display I''I for justice. Germany must .be, oscillation rate tor One passenger scribed StoUof ml Florida ortato...IB.It th,. County of DxK :
"Where Jesus Lives" (London large assortment of new Ford automobiles j free in spite of all Hitler and his is- about W per minute, while for LoM I and (. Blork tl. Town .f Elands .1
derry Air). and trucks It also maintains II crowd can do. The present regime five ap six passenger it Is 8t per City Plot Book S. Pare 74. The tames Ub .. ,
> sold ON by CortUkot. Mo.
Offertory, !venlOn, (John- I used car department The 1* doomed to destruction by minute. In the Duflex spring, 1017 of 117: and represents tames for the ..
ton)-Mrs. Webster part department la large and complete the God who decreed righteousnessas however, the limits of from one to, 1I8S lo.IMS, both Inclusive. amou.Mse
"Grieve Not the Holy Spirit"| and the service department I, the rule by which the earth six passenger vary only between ) alas.sew .1
(Stainer). I* well equipped i,Shall be governed" 78 and 72-a reduction of 00 per!' tol ontltM ontlflMtoo or .kwM tonthrr. CUM*will lth IIIubmuont bt
Organ solo-Dr. Carl F Robin- Associated with Mr. Neese are ----- cent In oscillation rate variation.' oold to the hlirhoil bidder ol UM Court
HOIIM In Miami o> th. Hnl day of May,
ton Melvin Klein head at the part LOCAL ROTARIAN It also will be seen that In the Du- 1109. br lnn "0 Divine Redeemer" (Gounod) department, Sam Alexander, man flex spring both upper and lower'', .. n.. or to fan thoraoftor .. tko ouno I
I may be _..... Is due __.
-MI'I. Harold Foulk soloist. ager of the service departmentand limits for one to six passengers
Dated ot Miami, Florida, this the M
Benediction-the Rev. J. J. Douglass Tower and J (C nUnued-mPae;; One) are below the lowest,, or six pas day of May 1W*. '
Richards Response 'Light at Alexander, sales representatives.was .D.j Just seen your picture in the newspaper senger rate, for the conventional) K: B. LRATHERMAN .
Circuit Court
Evening Time (Distance). I I ." Soon Mr. Elder came to spring This produce a slow undulating Dade Coutr. 'Ior_
Postlude 'Laudate Domlnum' I announced by John D. Wy- : Mr. Frlcks hotel room. ride that Is very com' iCImlt Court I Sent)JNO
(Sheldon). song, secretary of the Homestead I. Mr. Trick said he had not communicated fortable."' Publish May I.lir IX, IS. IMS FENNO. D. 0.
Townaend Club. Mr. Winnuer, an with his uncle since he
Townsend; lan'Topic I "old-timer in the movement, la l saw him In Pennsylvania thirty .: .,
Of Detroit Speaker' devoting his life to its,interests I years ago Mr. Elder, a retired I Le th.c .S es I
A musical program has beet I office of a company, had !
J. I Winnuer of Detroit will planned in cognecgori} with the I been Corning teL( Petersburg for ,
dt.Wl.11.. Townsend plan In affair which.will ,start at 7:JO the winter"duf ing the last eight I
Legion Park Saturday night It o'clock and end at lI,*Q'c:1ock. I iw years, Mr. .Frick learned.

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Friday May 5, 1939. --- < .. THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE: Pare n-

ROTARY SPEAKER Sister' of Sheriff Hurt Grocery Plans to Offer pointed out that there la a great
] I need for toil In order that rock
I In Mishap Near Goulds New Frosted Food Line might be covered and vegetation

4 LAUDS WORK' OF Asbury Cash Of Princeton suffered BLOCK SAID TO I Ii | Vegetable a* Fresh a* when planted.A .
growing In the garden will be offered total of $99 was reallted on
!I a broken arm, and Mrs.: I soon by the Franklin Grocery "Ores Rehearsal" a comedy presented !
COUNTY AGENTSDeclaring Elizabeth Bath of Lakeland, sister CUT INSURANCE;
which Is Installing equipmentfor recently under the sponsorship )
of Sheriff D. C. Coleman, and CC. .i ,
i handling the Blrdseye brand of of the club It was announced
I Lindamood also of Lakeland
I I i I fronted foods. by Charles Cox chairmanof I
the work of I
an agricultural received bruises In automobile
an Installation of a new type machine .
the finance committee. Tie
agent among the most important accident on the Dixie highway, I II I for the manufacture of The grocery: company; will receive
In the country In the maintenance I I near Goulds, Wednesday morning. !!I'eight-Inch and twelxc-im.li concrete food rooted at a temperaturewhich money Is to be added to the club's
I I load for conservation and
of prolpertand' Is maintained In special
happiness The injured were treated at the '
blocks that will conform to
W. T. Nettles of Gainesville, I II Blrdseye caws until told. By this aid for the bli d.
i Post Graduate hospital here. I specification! of the Insurance Underwriter _..
district agent of the agricultural new method of handling food cuatotttn -
According to County Road Patrolman 'I laboratories Wllit announced Brother Chas.rPrattDies
extension division, traced the I I, are guaranteed a. 100 percent
S. F. Pye, the automobile I I this week by the Naraaja j
progress of scientific agriculture : Rock freshness, Mr. Franklin aid. at Home In CanadaDr.
driven by Mr. Cash crashed Into i
at a meeting of the Homestead;
the rear of one driven by Mr. Ralph A. Wilson, general manager John I. Pratt 65, physicianand
Rotary Club at noon yesterday. I OF
:: Lindamood. Mrs. Bath and two Ii of the company said that alt CARES WORLD surgeon, died Wednesday at
"To be successful I
an agent must
I other persons who were unhurtand construction! In which this block hi* home in Port Arthur, Ontario,
have 29 per cent Information" and J1 whose names were not learned, Is used will receive certificates In REST ON YOUTH Canada, according to word received -
73 per cent Inspiration, Mr. Net- I were riding with Mr. Llndamood. writing from the laboratories. A 1 by his brother, Chas. Pratt
tles said. "He must be the connecting In accordance with Florida law, of this certificate will be
copy on I of Redland.Dr. .
link between the depart- .I Mr. Llndamood had topped his file with the Florida Rating and LIONS ARE TOLDYouth I II Pratt was I frequent visitor !
ment of agriculture and lite farmer car when a school bus came to a Inspection Bureau at Miami, and I to South Florida and became generally -
and must teach him and Influ- halt on the opposite side of the will ths of the
I enitto owner must be served, for the acquainted here. He became .
ence him to use thst latest and best
'methods of .1 road. I' work to an approximately much I responsibilities of the world today Ill shortly before coming to '
lower Insurance rate than la generally I rest on the shoulders of the younger visit his brother her last fall and.
The county agent system was USED charged Mr. Wilson said. generation, Cecil Watson of after leaving here entered Mayo
started In Texas 23 :yean ago and 5,335,691 Each block carries with It an Miami, prominent Boy Scout Brother hospital, where ha remained '
spread rapidly throughout the absolute guarantee as to size and worker in Dade County, said In an three month.
'United States, Mr. Nettles said.From CARSARESOID I quality material used and proper I address at a meeting of the' Red- Dr. Pratt was a native of Aber-
this system soon grew I curing treatment, the manager !land District Lion Club Tuesday deen Scotland, and cam to this
home demonstration work and said night country with his parent when he
,formation .!-H clubs and corn I IN 38 MONTHS I Mr. Wilson said the laboratories I "The problem ot today must be was 11 year old. After receiving :
:clubs,, he. said. :.reserves the right to Inspect any or I unraveled tomorrow by the youthof his university degree he went to ,
"On the county agent dependsrtheprosperity I Mss:; laU the .company1 block at a construction the nation Mr. Watson said. England and engaged in specialized .
and happiness! : of a Detroit, .It'the mew I job and to reject any "A closer companionship with our work for two yean.Fourteen1 '
e community.," Mr. Nettles said. car buyer-that Chevrolet ha in that fall to meet the specifications. youth la necessary for our national : yean ago Or. Pratt
mind when It advertises the benefits .
"He must set himself up as an example -: success and prosperity.; Young contracted a bone disease while
of intelligent and Industry ot such advance a* its exclusive -'of the organization Monday in the persons are aware of the Importance I performing an autopsy and the
:and Instill those traits into the vacuum bearshlft, new type office of the Homestead Insurance of their status; they know ailment finally caused his death.
fanner. He always must realize knee action, and perfected hydraulic Agency, McCrory Arcade. that in foreign countries, a* well Beside Charles Pratt, Dr Pratt
,that the high plane attained by brake But strange as it They are: president, rJ.. a* In the United States, event of i b survived by two other brothers
agriculture has been due to the may seem, the used car buyer also Caves; vice-president, A. R. Livingston 'Importance In peace and war art ,I. Duncan Pratt of Detroit, and Albert .
work of him and his predecessors." get a dividend from these Improvements ; secretary-treasurer Mrs. I revolving around them." W. Pratt of Toronto; his

Besides Mr. Nettles other guests I on the currentmodelcan. Harry D. Wolfe; and sexton, John I Prior to Mr. Watson' address, I.1 widow, Mrs. Clara Pratt; a daughter -
of the club were John Sherman Martin; directors, Mrs. C. '1', Norman Benson, president of the Miss Eleanor Pratt; and two
and A. W. Elsenmeyer, Jr., of I I This 1* the assertion ot W. E. Harper, Mr*. Flora D. Myers, Mrs. 'I student council at Redland High sister, Mrs W. J. Pratt, London
Miami and the Rev. R. F. Black-! Holler, general alas manager of Charles Eichenberger, Mr. Wolfe, School made a plea to the Lions I England, and Miss Mlna I. Pratt,
ford, rector of St. John' Episcopal j Chevrolet whose dealers In the I Curtis Lee. Wilson Cash and Mr. for co-operation in beautification .I Toronto; and his mother. Mr*.
Church, Homestead. I past 38 months, have sold 5,335,691' Livingston. i of the school's -premises. Norman Mary. Pratt.
used besides the industry
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George M. Frick gave a reportof
In volume.
new car '
the recent state Rotary : *
convention ,
"Because volume has
new car :7
at St. Petersburg. Mr. Frick, :
continued high, ever since the new 4 <$ (I
C. J. Parman, Charles H.
models came out, there is a large
W. M. Flfleld were delegates !
supply of low-mileage used can
to the convention.
... 'r' In dealers' stock this spring," said
.r Mr. Holler "Engineering and
Miami Pastor SpeakerAt style Improvement share with improved

Episcopal SupperThe :I credit for business rising tale condition volume and the I HALF A MILLION I II Ij

So"they must be credited for theadvantageous1
Rev. Edgar: L. Pennlngton, situation In which I
rector of Holy Cross
Episcopal used car buyers' find themselves!j
'Church, Miami, will deliver an address today." -
at the parish supper of St.
John't Episcopal. Church to bo Association
given at II o'clock tonight at the Cemetery I
Hospitality House on Mowry Selects New Officers|
street Delegates to the diocese
convention held recently at Sanford Directors and officers of the
will give reports of the South Dad Cemetery Association j
meeting. were elected at the anO\1al'meeting i

Sold To Date !


Avocado and.Citrus. nausm As


Growers .' ,, ....... sum

.. Every 40 seconds 1t>olcstdle.ACT1sM

.,". \Vj are now' stocking! .. i...*,-:' : : A -4tTl1tlrN ot every day, taslus

., : : : : Somebody buys ram ,
;. URAMON y; ; -
: .. a new ChevroJeff

'. : . 3 rata

,, :' -. '- yA. new form of.jlitrogen'that u1,. ... .. ". CKVIOIirSYUVfJGsUB NM

... 'TV": does"riot leach from the soirJ>> Vas IAMt3O, "csatvAnoN

,, '" '. fast as "s6mt; InorgkniV ,' .. ...and the demand Is Increasing tAt"m

forms of nitrogen. Ask about 3 day after day aIR

.. the price of this new form of-

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All Chevrolets Are Shipped to Florida-.

Florida East Coast FerlilizerCo.

,' ... ':' > .Not Driven--So "They Cometo You Genuinely NEW

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:! THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE 'LOI110l, oNliH 'tJ. .ll' .f m' AlllI1IIIIIIIiIIiIIiiilllHlpllllllillllflllu{

P.Mlehd ,.wars at in-. ..... ,. .
i be Use IMtIo Bads t'.Ibaah/ns. c:.. ----- -- 20 Years Ago

MEN ARCIER _____w JM'.
MAIJOIII LEACH MCHB; alll lI nmnmnnllnnUllnlllllllllU(
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TW ,........*; MOM ..a auoa oao.Vallm .
*....*. M nno-i elm (MM Walter' from Rifta the inantgo" n ..iiUHIil
rash .. ..... o* M port HIM at < II... U. HIS.
< riorMo. maw eke e.tM rm6 a tile Death ,...... "new next
I. il7t.Music ..... OM 5T 5551. alit Ok0 __
I aVMClIIPTlON UTAI /May i. Kit"Council
I DUe camas .....,,,... .... ..Mi
met in called session i*
e.atM..1 Dell c..1IIF I'M
\ the town hall oa Monday night

April 28, with the following members

a Great Power present: President Joe Bur.
ton J. D. Redd, J. B. Tower, F. S.
/ -Motritb I Mm.. 4 dl.Uo.aC""' .d.Nh FLOB/DR BEES Loomis, C. W. Little and W. H.
tr thins, ... was slow to a.. toMl
oar Mart in to ..... and laaao aonl Sykes. Resolution by J D. Redd
aooMtklnt of MM story see k oyf PRODUCE TH2EE that the mayor and council endorsethe
hoi, and ., oil walck tod kao
au4o, -CbarlM. KlMOhf TIMES THE HONEYGATHE2D action of the chamber of com
I merce in protesting the refusal of
This ta National Music Week Y BEES the state highway commission to

dedicated to concentration on the I OF flNr OTHEQ Include the Ingraham in the roadsto
value and power of music and the receive state and federal aid ."
many way of producing It STATE / "Mrs. W. G. Douglas, mother-

The greatest, noblest inspirations !in-law of Dr W. W. Cunningham
that of good muilc. I died at their home lit Silver Palm

The one stimulant that has no II I e to last week ."
unpleasant reaction no bad effect'II I "Allan Tlbbits will leave for St

ia the stimulating effect of music I Mary's, Canada on Saturday for *
upon the mind the heart and the four months' visit with relatives.He .
imagination. DV ING THE UtfiR. ? will go with Mr. and _Mrs.

Napoleon said that of all the BETWEEN THE STftTISV purnham and also will return with
Jlbernl arts music "has the greatest them In the fall."

Influence over the passions, and,] Jay IUFSr 11I/11 TilE =Fred Loom! and family leaveon

la that to which the legislator oughtto Saturday for Michigan to spend
give the greatest encourage ONJ.Y !1Y // the lummer." .-i"
ment. THE SOUTH THfiT -"B. A. Tibbits has purchased the
Martin Luther called music "one Bales house from Fred Loomis .1' 1
of the fairest! and most glorious &EMflltt iOY/JL -"'Mr. and Mrs. C. Oossman
lifts of God for It' removes from have received ;.t'ln ; 4
the heart the weight of sorrow souvenirs of the war from their t

and the fascination of evil "OLO GLOW son Jesse, who 1s In France."
thoughts" "Miss Helen Richey went to

Marti Is, w ought to be', part.of TilE FAMOUS / OWS&TY/A PIE/!! OVER 77115 Miami last Saturday where the
everything Important In life. Ctrl'TH&OtGHOVr wa met by her father who has
It expresses a* nothing else can tiff'CFLOUs2SEt IN FJ02IJR.t'J01210R been thinking of locating in Miami,
'man's highest aspirations deepest' POIN5FTr and then both went to Tallahas

sorrows patriotic Courage, love of tuffs NAMED AFTER JOEL aor THE. ,WARAMfhCAA" aee."

country and of home CHfii S7W.cuM U/HIJE / "James Edwin Libby aged 82,

However merely LISTENING MfMtrse TO Af K/ O IK died on Monday at the Florida City
Iwayx Is not enough where there hospital at 10:29 a. m. i"'Clarence
is any power to CREATE; muilo 182$4829 SENT THG FI.erT OF Tlt'lfFpl.IlNrS I- T. Froscher arrivedvia

It may be too severe to say that TlllrCOVNrJP the stork line on April 26th.
he who has no music In his soul Is TO r mot i Mother and boy doing fine."

"fit fur treasons. stratagems: and'' ,-"A boy- arrived at the- home nf

polls," but certainly he who possesses -I 5454545454/NN-mmNNN1/,11NI..m.-tonomm, probably be further Impaired by .........,...........".../../"...?......?-..................."I Preston H.Lee on. Wednesday.
to create music Congratulations.
the power .
and neglects dt U doubly to be CURRENT I' the alimony account a* they are Children in Court Roscoe Paul Reynolds was bornat
'"*"* already paying $2:10 I month to
the Florida hospital
pitied.Parents By' Judge Malcolm Ilatfleld City Thursday -
ex-wife together with
should not Ignore the COMMENTBy one$10,000 lawyer fee. Shakespearewas a -"'-..--.......-.....-.......... night at midnight Mother
wise advice of Henry Ford: "Teach and child both doing fine" (Flor.
one hundred cent correct TYPES OF PARENTS .
AGNEW WELSH. Miami per .
your children to play some instrument ida City)
whichever la best adapted to, .NNNN"NNNMININNI/NNNINN/NNNNNNY"NNNM. when he said" "What fool these Three boys recently stood In -

their ability. Do not let them be i, A man who for many years has mortal be. court and Illustrated the point that I LEGAL NOTICES
merely I listeners. What the world I I represented a great corporation in. e perfectly normal children can become -!|

want 1s CREATORS of music and[I'the Orient and has spent the last Some people are afflicted with delinquent even though they KOTlrC Or TAX APPLICATION DEED FOB

other fine things." | few year In China, brings hack an exuberance of speech; they lack come from widely divergent typesof Chapter HOT. A... ., IMI. YIN A SUN

Family music keeps the family this opinion that Japan will never vocal poise. They are much like homes. I lltm NOTICE and rk I*...HEREBY... Molrort.GIVEN.holders thai of SuU Wfl.
together and strengthens family conquer that country; on the eon.the man's railroad: ha said It was" The first youngster came froma and Cwmty Tax CtrtiffcatM K,. 4317 ..4

ties and affections. I trary, the Japanese will likely not a bad sort of railroad except splendid home and became delinquent -I 4IH7 IMT., haw rued IM/ the wm M doe In mr ol.,ffl".-and. A.hase O.
While practically every home themselves be absorbed. China'that it lacked terminal facilities because of a brief laxityof made application for a ax dead tottoraon be hound

will have its radio receiving set said a year ago this would be along 'Uncle Tobey said It reminded him supervision on the part Of his; .taertkm Said O>are rtlfle-.u>In cmbrac.... the lotlowing .
to of
1 County
and Ha phonograph there should, contest and that China would of the young fellow who felt a canto parents. The child was permittedto ".dt, state of Florida, to-wlti

be aim In the home the piano, as([; win. Why not* The Chinese are preach. The district superintendent return to his home, however,I" Lot It II. Pan Block'I 0., Itl.n_the..Count,. a *...of.....D.4.. PIM

the center of the family spirituallife Increasing faster than the Jape are -they called them presld- after his father and mother were wu ml Florida u *mbtmt tog elder In those day mad made to realize that they were No. Ito The HMMnunt of mid property
and other mUlIC'lllnstrumenta killing them oft.e I *- an
[ I
i easier IIM Mid Cortlf..... Lord woo la UMMm
which will awaken the ambitionand e e 1'appointment to hear a sermon from_ really capable of correcting the of Unknown.I .
ability of children. 4 I the applicant and at its conclu. situation without outside support I U. Black S. u ..' S'. Plat Book U,
The Palm Beach Sun state that r.n to. In tho Comtr : Dado, sag of
In each year there should be ton took the young man Into the The second boy also came front Florida, u embraced hi .,"..... No. 42ST
FIFTY-TWO music weeks, and for the fiscal year ending "June'I study and sold to blm, "Brother, I good home environment HI parents Tho '., eat of oald .trapon under the
i 137. the United State spent S< MM bortlffeoM iced was IK the .._ *f
you have however, were unable to
a con
every day of each week there I II constipation of ideas Unknown.
should be music In home million more dollar In Cuba than and a diarrhea of words." I I trol this child's conduct because Unless sold Certificates ikall kt redeemed
every I Cuba bought of us. Probably all I!! e e outside influence interefered with aMordlns- .... the .proDrrrr dnrribM'Utorvln .
Los and Examiner. ,
Angeles Herald will .b. Kid to the huikrol. bidder at
of this adverse balance for
-e- was I At the last report the Plnecrest their home discipline In this Instance IM Court Maw door fa the tint Monday.
sugar, the chief commodity we buy it was for the In the month ml Juno IS*.*, elks. k) Ik*
oil test well was down ,300 feet necessary Ilk day of Juno IMt.Pnwd .
"Music has from
charm alone for Cuba. And they will not let
court to assist the '
and Its promoters the Peninsularj parent by this M day of May lilt
peaceful minds: "-Pope. us raise in Florida all the In the local o L B LEATHICRMAN.
this state alone consumes. sugar I Co- must have some faint hope I police remove Clerk of Circuit C.......
"Where there's music there can lot success as it leased from the!the unwholesome influences that Dado County, ,beld..
be no harm."-Don Quixote. e e e Chevalier II i existed outside the home. (Circuit Court ..." t
Corporation an addl. By N C. STERRETT. D. C-
"Such as the musk It. such are An expert says the people of the tional 12,500 acres of land. The} The third offender was a productnot (May t. 11. I'. fill Juno I. Itlll : '

the people of the commonwealth.",.United States have two hundred I driller have already gone downs( only of a poor parentage, but MOTHS or SALE OF TAX rtariri.CATKa. : ,
-Turk.Muaia. I million dollars Invested in high-;, 2.000 feet below' contract depth)also ()f'lclous environment. Application No. 4UI
class dogs 'their and I Therefore the court was compelledto Notice b .hereby laws that J. L. Itrfcklarnl .
washes away,from the paraphernalia and Indications are that it will be .kM filed with. mo written roquott that ,
soul Ito dust et every day life.Averbach. ."] in 'upkeep. That does not make' drilled to 12.000 feeL The deepest remove this youngster from his wo tM MMIfloauo tontkrr with all iuk>o.
me ice red as much at does the'' well In the United States it at''environment and place him in an year tmit Hit oniltud, held ot by tepid the State ta>M ko Including advmtUod.tko 'Jt

"Music Is the harmonious voiceof story of the woman who left Bakersfield Cat,-15,000 feet i j adequate boarding home. Even! and Mid to tho hla-Hnt" bidder tat es-k uarorldrd
crtuNon." Maiilrii 130,000 for the care ot her dog. A At the reported depth they were I''this procedure would not have corrected tko ky Chapur won IMt*.the at tho following lost Am.of do.. "
Just Judge cut this to lo.OOO. i going through limestone. The the symptoms of delinquency o-rlbrd ;ml = la The County of Dada +;, ,
-e- e e e I I driller have in the child U he had pos-I Stag of Florida 1 to-.Hi
encountered many' !| Lot II, Rim* I. McClure Manor Tko 'i.
A School Is Its TeachersBy I Trends of the timesIn art to "pockets: ," some of them several messed a low intelligence quotient' tax" to ho told ors rvldoniiod by Ortlf low
the beautiful feet In diameter To which would have prohibited him' No M4> at "M aid "P ." ta>M for .).
rather than the bizarre
Ilclga llJ Merleitsan overcome from the yran fast to 1N8. koth Inclualva, ft. ''
I ; In music swinging away this--for a well la lost if It goes expressing an earnest desire a.ountiay a $4 n. "(
I i to reform. >I aid with all \';"
ta nortlflcatM twothor
We art the teachers, (from, "swing"; In,dog, more diminutive ooked-tona of a clay called: II n-h- smfat.d or fe'M axes will ko :
Dejr In, day out, year In year out specimens of the popular' bentonlte. used It has several: i i I Kid-3: ,. klfhoot bidder at tee ConrtH '.. I

We work I,breed. a* an economy move. [ peculiar qualities, the one William Jennings Bryan Immortalized .._. kwlnnlna-In,Miami. on the tko.bow Bard of day 10 of.lock Mar.ItTO. ,f;''
Our art b a very subtle! thing; !I(I'" e e | useful In this case to that when himself with his famous peroration i. n>.. or .. soon thereafter M the sow !
Like moonlight and starlight and A few moistened It swells to several times about "Crucifying man on stay .he iwrh.d In der .err". 'I
ago a descendantof D.,... at Miami. Florida title tko. M "
dreamsIt old Potter Palmer once the Its normal size A popular maga-j i a cross of gold, and I presume J. liar of May, Itlt.C. 7
cannot be set In a frame Chicago merchant prince married sine states that the principal deal Ham was busy as a nailer In boom B Clerk. LEATRERMAN.: Clrtalt Court' I,

And hung In a. gallery 1 I (he' 34) a* his fourth wife a posit of this clay are found in I day during those hectic hours Dado Coontr. Florid*. '
Or imprisoned in the coldness of'pretty waitress at a wayside" stand Pennsylvania Ohio and Mll8OurL''l'he I I e e e j'I Circuit Court Seep rENNt7.b" *<, ,
atone. near Sarasota where the Palmer Indians once used It for soap. i During a recent fire drill in one Publish May I.Br.'r.?H.... -*'\ '.

It I* warm; It is living: I have long been extensive property e e j i of Miami's public school the 1,000, I d
It la mad of our faith und our owner I J. Hamilton Lewis poll.Itlclan I I pupils I were conducted from the Ahem
Chicago building in an orderly manner jai Mr.' Toot (in store): Tve
hope, j A* was expected: this alliance has news', f
j passed on. The ,, for hue ,
I one and one-half minutes. waited since 8 o'clock my
Of our purposeful wilt and our|I has the
gone on matrimonial rock reports) laid he Was noted lot hist. '
longings. < I I i One can not blame the girl Very Chesterfleldlan mummers Wand, and now its li30"
and mind but In his Man (entering grocery store)', Clerk "And whenweee you U '.
Of heart andour much
our our except that she should have earlier it
year was for his "pink "I want two tun fish 'meet him?"
soul. 7 I recognised the social gulf between whiskers," I .
'' was a guest at the Grocer: "You'd better tick to Mr*. Toot: "At 4 o'clock. -
School and Home
-From theist, The Palmer fortune will Chkfttto convention of ISM wheat II]pianos,"-Santa,F( Magazine i| Erin (Ont) Advocate. .j fr:

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Friday. May 5.1939 THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE PfltTA Finn i

aid, And. the fin in the turns atonary Society, under direction ofI ? ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, u.1'''':-
HISTORY OF OIL wa dead within several hour I Mr*. JT. D. Wysong at cost of :HOMESTEAD HIGH-LIGHTS

Approximately $500 worth *t j I fifty cents per plate to ut. II

INDUSTRYSHOWN laundry ready for delivery to Ky 1 Mr. Tom Mullin, of the division Written by Members of the tlomeclmul Illf Ikllooll.urnallsna Club t

customer wa destroyed, to a44.9ulness BARBARA BCKKC, Editor
at il5pecUoIFlorida State Department ._._........_.._ .... !
.... .. .h.hm. ........ .. ..
of the laundry was not I of Agriculture, wu our' "--- "'" ". ,..,..,. ..". ....-

BY FAIR EXHIBITProduction interrupted by the tiro Headquarters guest speaker tor the occasion, and 17 Girl: Attend Tennis Friday afternoon.!

were established atRedd's j Mi address was. enjoyed fay all.Others 1 1I Clinic in Miami Beach Shirley Dwnwy went t" IWford
Dry Cleaners and regular
I who to visit relative
appeared on east program -
and marketing of petroleum collections are being made? The
were: Mr. R. B. Hampton, The classmate. of Miklu Greer
product furnish employ work i* being taken to, the Coral Seventeen girls from Homestead
who responded to the address of an hoping for her speedy > >'oovery.Mi .
ment to approximately 1,000,000 Gable laundry.Mr. attended the tennis clinic held at e
workers who receive I total of ",- Walker aid tile owners of welcome tendered by Estil Lee: Flamingo Park la Miami Beach .* Hay1 boy are building
;I {lev. / E. Wall<<, who gave the 4xr4l> Muxi model of the Empire8lt
800,000,000 in wages, according to the laundry will formulate plans Saturday.
a statement made today by E. J. for rebuilding soon.CITYFILES. Invocation; franc Prothero and< Later they had a beach party building in eonnecti' with
Wallis Vick. creenhanda, who told tSurfektoPark. ncirotudy. of New York Cv Mia
Lynch of the Sun Oil Company, in
ua about their projects Dean Boyle: room will enjoy lu first
which he outlined torn of the I Those who attended were: Virginia -
I Sickle and 1L A. Amaa Jr., wb 'I baK- ollda) Friday.A .
feature of the petroleum Industry\ Wood, Doris KeUe,. Virginia
outlined how their mural painting ,
supervised I rep netting
exhibition at the New York World'sFair. : Hobson Dorothy Sullivan Mary
One of the highlight of the I I farming programs are helping Robert, Charlotte Ceronimo Dutch' life has Just been mmpletedby
exhibit, Mr. Lynch raid Will be a (Continued ;rPap; One) them get a start In farming; Rex Katherine( Rohrer. Iris Capllnger I the following students ta Mra.Thurman'a .

aerie of display indicating the! such a* those held by: Davis, an Rornlne, who recited a worthwhile Ruth Peterson, Geneva Vann room: John Ruehle,
rote played by petroleum in BM callable by the city at 29 per cent I poem entitled "Sticking"; Wtllard Mable Ruth Poue Evelyn Sykn Donald Gann, Phena Alfonso,

economic life of the country. i 4It their face value. At the time Norman, Harold Hampton, Rex 'Mary Pierce, Lot Pierce, Teresa Rlicn Hooker, Joseph Dan and
Roroin and Chariot Benrea, ou Bobby; Harris. mil painting wa
the Redd
The number of refunding plan was adopted, Maude Rich and Esther
person In chapter quartet, who sang; Phillip done under the supervision of miss
there was outstanding $461,020 In
United State whose livelihood la
I I I Reams, who rendered harmonica Mabk Williams
derived directly from productionand past due interest coupon and muatc The They were accompanied by Mr*.
officer of
our chapter -
distribution of petroleum $980,000 In bond principal. Maynurd, sponsor, Mrs. Fred Redd
I The bond principal was refunded -EU1 Loe, president, BU and Win. J. Ceronimo No. 1055 .r lay sad "'_I ".'' Inv
product ill greater than the entire I Hampton, vice-twewdent: Rex I.... yo.es out .. tea bell ."..:...%
population of Denmark" Mr. ever I period of 30 year at in I sm..ah.s .. lit.IIU .
avenge Interest of I.' per cent Instead Romine, secretary; Harold Hampton This week is Music Appreciation !, M IMMl It, llk...k t, fSv,d! Adds
Lynch "Figuring on a bail 'e. Plot il5 4t a. T. I
reporter and Cecil Parker the
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of three dependents to each employee of the original rate of 8 per Week and one ot interest for to -'i.i. are./drro-rj by : :uriiwM
treasurer conducted the opening the N*. IOM u( riot lU ,
tent fifth and sixth wounment.
the Industry support some and closing ceremonies Harold are' On years lira to IMS, toNi : ,:iU( :
4,000,000 people. The $481,000 interest was refunded to compete In a musical contort amounting to Sim
with noninterestbearingcertificates Hampton acted at toastmaster, anal < sponsored by Mrs. I said. wu wort ekatne' tntvOx !k U
Visitor to the petroleum Industry ] Margaret Mills, Hbooownt amHHK ,.. .Ir.lM .. ,, >.
present Joined in singing a* I MV .II| ko
exhibition : of indebtedness, re- fnuc instructor< The contest consists old. to IW Unhook bM.k, ,
at the World' Fair I : < > at i h. i urtilimiM ri
Mart. of Hut.___ nmtfram ... ...._.. In shoal" .
; doemaMe by the city It Its call, n --n of different!! mnnam .m. .n Uo M .In i M...
will be to .
probably surprised learn ... .
that one out of every nine persons at 25 per cent of their face value Guests present, betides those tad their tl iatitTh;: ;winner -I .I.. .hMtmtft or a. >nn M tfcomifVr Ihi krar ..I.i. I.. Also Wkm

engaged in retail trade In this, Nine :years of tax levies, delinquent named above were: Mr: Carl will receive a priee )| "u.w. _two li aiw .nun..
because of confiscation millanas Wagner and Mr. Harry C. Reejy. Mia Jackson' I Hi Mmml, ""'Ida, UilI I IStkv
country is occupied in the merchandising first and second < '"f Apra u"
j. demanded in court action by: associate members; Mr. H R. Core, trade have been making a circus' B e. .tATHCRMAN.
of and otl
gasoline >* ....... ,
Clark .
Mr. F. L. and the .
oil product individual bond holders, (among Northrop president In their. And pile with the help of1 Dodd C..I', I 1 .Ido.
"The petroleum industry whom repeatedly was the lame of the Butts Chapter, Mr, Mia Williams, the art teacher. Included COIN',coot meal.,

through extend research and Harry C.,Davis) were made payable S. C Means, Mr. a N. Wake- i in the circus are elephant I Publhh Atft' U 14o, II oDIC, III).,Fr.N1Io ID... R Co

the development of new process at discount totaling more field, J. T. Godwin, Mr. Mason doing stunt Given Prltchet and! _

and products, constantly Is open than 83 per cent. Roberta, Mr. L. I. Ball, Mr. J. ttWysong Jim Morris have been absent because
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Mr. H. B. Lee Mr.
vt iltnea The first
ing up new possibilities of employment lI'adel
Morecvar, ta the past HOOTATContinued Charles Behrens, Br, Mr E. I. i* tony is lose Reba Nell Proctor]I
decade there has been a marked Norman, Mr. M. V. Romine, Mr. who has can to CordHe Oa. j Tropical CafeI
decline In the average working H. A. Aaron Sr. Mrs. E. S. Jensen, The annual Rftdtand-Homestead'

week which ha made it possible to ( from Page One) Mr. M. Lope, Mr. R. W. Prettier, diaanondbalt game were played 4tMt north *T city kailHOMESTEAD

re-employ many thousands otVisitors. : brary, it was decided by the council Mr. W. J. Vick, Mr. J. L. Hilaon, j rLORIDRegular .\
I I Ireequal"lera A resolution, presented by VT. Mr. P. D. Retina, Mr. E. S. Hawkes, .*,*<* op eats or Tat: CMTir
R. Bird was passed naming. the, Mr. Donald Sickle, Mr C A. U1& CATU. Aaparaet.a *.. oM
of I centuryago xellee s barnby rives that Jews a.! thinner 60c
Mr. C E. Lee and Mr. M A. Baket
the production of oil wu cot Institution and dedicating "a* a Awe r.s ffiM sans me write s-l
fined toe few shallow well In i permanent memorial to Mr. Bow I Other member present beside mat sawn..-.. "a soft".surinww w IrAra aeeab.r..-11,616 looked.M i all.j Plate leach .. rae
who bal done much toward the! those mentioned above include: am kiM -
Pennsylvania, and even a* late *., ever saws ky MM (tot* to *
1914 the value of the production ef progress of Homestead." Richard Jensen Richard Ball, Reid .k r.rard M mmm. :SJuE' Ms Kith fit ffa ei M4 Mr*.
the refining industry was only ene- Councilman Frank B. Ru Wysong John Glarratano, Herman tat ass. .c Flat see Xereade1 Preps."'

fifth the ,juMJit-day total" ; brought up for discussion t pro- Byars Adolph Lopez, Jack HilHon, knrlnr Dodo immri., BUM of Mil Florida. uw peat to tht waspat
posal for purchasing another engine Donald Hawkes Don Lair, Billy Lrt. I v ti. k..h iMiialw. Slash ( !
for the II'IUnlctpelliaht plant. Campbell and Larry Holt Pls.h"tat MM 1. Pan 111. Tin .
t>m to .k> KiM .r. nttkiwmt. \, Ossify rr.EXPERT
LAUNDRY FIRE Mr. Rue pointed out the present MM N. gets tt lass and Kpramiito Uum
i" two engines are In continuous operation Tuesday our diamondball team the soars loll to IMS, both l olwtmouotlni ..,I RADIOREPAIRING
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I and are taxed to their capacity went to Ft Lauderdale and played Lot I*. Slob' S. ..,........ Plot....k 1.
(Continued from Page One) in meeting the present de- a same with the Chapter there Pace' ITT 1.... HUM to loa sold ... aria 1
bf rtik.U No >I4S oil lost and ;
A. Daugherty. Water from garden which resulted In tied at
mands. Another engine is necessary I acore .
I I npnmtt less far Uw M hose played on these residencessaved I 1, as an auxiliary In the event of end of seventh Inning, and resulted both MMtutvs. "ano"xia 10 .,0.... I Prompt service on all
them from falling embers' breakdown, he said. The council in a losing score of 17 to 18 for us LnI 1<'. Mork a, Plndtur.t, Plat limit I.
and flying spark The Intense,!I f' voted to authorise Councilman in the final tie-breaking inning ::0.1 Ottlflrite The know o".r50 mild ot lull ore evl satmprwsn4 makes specializing on

heat blistered the fronts of the I I I r Rue to obtain prices and other dataon Wednesday afternoon we playedthe bas it..,...1.10..,.im tar, residences, h wever. new engine first game of our sub-district Lot II. limit 6, rhiHlunt Plot D, IN"j ;
The outburst of the flames In the I tournament against the Bulb Pars TT7 TN u>n kt l.. sold are
I The council voted to allow Patrolman donnas by laundry was preceded by an explosion James Coker a leave of Chapter here, with a score of KIIIUM lid rw for the FMN lest to 1MU.I
according to person who! absence with pay to attend a safety 19-11 In our favor. This puts us bah Loin tnrhwlT. MBomitlni u lit'41. 1 I In 1 Flowers nidf
M K. hM lived In the vicinity. Mrs. Cain I school for police officer to be Into the next bracket of our dia Pinob"rat flint Book 1. I-HM 'I7T orbegas. UemesUad, Hnrlda
laid she was in the rear of her!: held In connectom with the convention mondball tournament games to be to be told are avidesood b. Cartithtr.r,

home when she was startled by the I of the American Automo- played In Miami today: against the

explosion. When she ran to investigate I bile Association May 13 and 14 at I Miami Chapter team.
she saw the rear end of Washington, D. C.REDLAND. Public speaking, parliamentarylaw

the laundry ablaze. Mrs. Shuler ___'N'" NN. horsehoe pitching, vocal
and Mr*. Daugherty also said they quartet, harmonica, fiddling and
heard an explosion. F. F. F. string band contest are alao to be

Th* owner of the plant, Kay Harold Hampton, ReporterrmNwm.Nm.mN..N.NNNNsNr..N.Nw held at our tournament in Miami

Walker, Princeton, and Charlie today.

Martin, Homestead were on a Redland chapter members and
business trip Saturday and did not their guests enjoyed the annual

learn of the fire until Sunday. T. Redland Chapter Father and Son

i.' Walker did not arrive on the| banquet Friday night, at Silver

scene until the fir was undercontrol. j I Palm Church Annex.
H* was unable to ad- We have been looking forward

Vance a cause for the fire \ to our banquet for some time, 3Concrete 1ot1AIillhie.NEw /
Neither the plant nor Its contents when we could honor our father

had insurance Mr Walker and other guests by: entertaining

AW!. The plant shut down at 11 them. Our banquet was served by Year
o'clock Saturday morning he the Silver Palm Woman' Mir


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I Ribbon Awards Are Made Miss Elinor Payne to Help in College

1-., The Redland Rattler / At Annual 4-H girls 4.11 exhibited ExhibitThe their I Plan to House. Those- -Attending Fair

By tmllr Engel; aad UN I1. Rogers year'i work in the home economics 'Tallahassee' : May <.-Miss Eli- go to the college alumnae association .
.._____uuuuuuu____ ___ __ "-" _....".._"......__._._u........____ __._.____ __-._, room Tueiday Ribbons were nor Payne of Homestead la one of..1 to help equip the $190,000 stu
awarded to the girls having the dent-alumna building
Miss Margaret Griffin HONOR ROLL ANNOUNCEDThe best exhibit In each project. 80 Florida State College alumnae,construction.Th. now under

la R. II. 8. ValedictorianMiss I honor roll for the put six Winners of the separate projects In key cities of this state and fraternity-owned hotel,
I web li ai follows: Include: Kathleen Lloyd, the best other sections who have been, which Is one of the few skyscraper .
Margaret Griffin will deliver Twelfth frade-high, Cleo exhibit and record of required appointed to asilit In a propect to. hotels In New York City, is but
the valedictory at the Red- sewing work; Phyllis Jensen, but
Chubb, Emily Engel Margaret house Floridians who plan to attend 26 minutes away from the heart
land High School exhibit record
commencement of canning work
Griffin, Wilma Landrum, Alma ; the New York World's Fair. of the air. The building overlooks
exercises May 31 and Mix Alma Lydia Vihlen, belt exhibit recordIn 1
I Jane Llndgren Ben Benson, Edward The project Is sponsored by the the East liver in mid-town
i Jane Lindgrm will deliver thesalutatory baking work, Wanlta Thompson,
New York City Alumnae Club of Manhattan and the
Burr and Fred Vihlen; low,
: addreu Mill Griffin'saverage best record of home improvement,
the college which has maderangements centers and other Interests
Marjorie Campbell. Neva Lott, are buta
for the twit year It 93.IS and Juanita Mikell and Alice Wy- ar-I
Elizabeth Sage Wanlta Thompson with Beekman few minutes walk from the
and Mill beat
Llndgren's average tong exhibits In productive
I hotel to handle reservations
'3. 3. II// Nbrman Benson and John work. tower.
_.u__ ___.__ Hickson. __ ,
Essay Winners Are Given.lledalt Eleventh lI'aae-hlMh, Dorothy I Rev. J. E. Waller to Be I Coins Taken from Sunken War Ship

by Civitan Club Edwards ROM Valeria, Phyllis Campbell Bell, Wilma Kathleen Baccalaureate I Near Largo to Be Exhibited at Fair

The winners nihClvltan essay Thompson, Mildred Craft, Charles The Rev. 1E\Y.Uer: Speaker I -
contest were honored with a Burr and Howard Crouse; low: elected by the I DeLand, May 4.-A unique a few copper and silver coins all
luncheon at the Columbus hotel Maria Borgardt, Carolyn Campbell Redland High School to preach Its I|I exhibit In the Florida building at of English minting, nothing hag
i Tuesday At this luncheon the Mollle Walker, Kathleen baccalaureate sermon on May 28,I I I the New York World's Fair will I been brought to the surface but
; winners In the county-wide con- Lloyd and Robert Riven. I and the other pastors whoae I 28 cannon, weighing from 4,000 to
I consist of a number of coins taken
test were announced The winner Tenth grade-high, Marjorie churches are within that school I 5,000 pounds each.
from Redland who attended, Lewis, Mary Engel Betty West, I district have been asked to a..lat.1!i,, from the wreckage of what b be-
i Ila Jean Irwin, Emily Engel, Howard Wanda Sickle, Elizabeth Craft,I The services will be held In the t)I lIeved to be a 17th century British a
Crouse and Henry Dixon, each Henry Dixon; low John Brown school auditorium at 11 o'clock i,warship by divers, searching for .
received a medaL Mill Payne accompanied Billy Campbell, Richard Craw- Clan night will be on May 24. I' treasure along the southeastern
them. I It show, George: Kufeldt and Wilbur coast of Florida, In the vicinity Of,
t Second Grade Presents I Ninth grade-high, Nellie Cash, The Redland junior-senior banquet The wreck was discovered last]
Program at Assembly Annabelle Peters, Hi Jean irwin, will be held In the Pancoait January by a group of sportsmen
# hotel In Miami Beach next
Marie Baihor,
Jeanetta Cox, Lela among whom was Samuel Fales of,
Mn. RusseU'i second grade presented Ball Marjorie Fogle, Dora Scott, night the South Sea Company, Ltd Animated
a miscellaneous program at Helen Pope, Mary Lola Durrett SENIOR PLAY COMES MAY 19 more by a spirit of adventure .
the regular Thursday iswmbly. Mary Jane Turner and Wilbur Don't forget the date of the senior than by any desire for gain,
Gladys Deccs was the announcer Peeplei; low, Eva Roaborough, play-May 19. The play is a treasure hunt was Conceived and
and the program was ai follows: Nina Lou Pope, Betty Crawshaw, "The Youngest" by Philip Berry. steps taken to explore the wreck.
Bible reading by Horace Harvey, I Elizabeth Mar k h a JMargaret Watch for the details next week. Thus far, with the exception of. AT
George Robinson, Ethel Mlkell and Cowan Jewel Hodge, Loll Vrana,I I
f Loll Ooinell; a May Day health I Alice Wyiong, Mildred Reams,
verse! by Pauline Thomas, a choral Jeanette Ely, Carol Lee, Nathallne Homestead's Oldest
: health vena by class; military tap Griffin, Louise ROM, Richard Jen- Barber Shop NEWT G. BALLNOTARY BUSII'SBARBER
i dance by Wynona Mizelle; 'three len. H. A. Aman, Blair Hickson
songs by a group of girls, reading and Lee Gladden.
'Have You Met a Fairy" by I Eighth grade-hlgn,. Wanda D. L. BOWEN PUBLIC
Dorothy Reams; song, .Have You Thompson and Jack Marshall, low,
Seen the FairIes"; nurse rx: Elvira Burry, Marlon Edmonds Fire Insurance and SHOPN.
; rhymes to the rhythm of balb; ana and Marjorie Murray Now la new quarters three
#i skip rope song by eight girls. Seventh grade-high, Suian doors tooth of the fin Kindred Lines
; Following the program the Rev. Pope, -Shackleford, Rosemary Natlwal Bank I
J. E. Waller and the Riv. T H I Henningtnn, Kathleen Wagner, COOL AND UNITARY KROME AVE.
Waller entertained the claw with Ulric Vihlen and Webster William S5 N. Krom A"..
: music and talks. This part of the *; low, Verna Fay Anderson Expert and courteous service.
( A trial will be appreciated. -1 j .
(I program was especially fine. and Charles Harvey, Jr. 1 J............................................
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: The Redland District Needs


: A Public Trade School

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A trade school would give our children who can't or don't want to go to college

training in occupations in which they can earn their living.It .

would give our trades trained apprentices who would quickly become experts-

instead of remaining jack-legs and hit-or-miss guesswork, mechanics for the rest of 1

I their lives.A .

trade school could train boys for new industries here-such as a factory for

;. 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 l

: for a trade school in this area.BENJAMIN.

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J. H. Simmons left for his home IB Mayor and NfL Edward Soling: notice appeared In a bookseller's;
Lewisburg, W. Va., Sunday. returned on Tuesday from a trip' wlnodw, in Scotland: .I
through the state. "Buy your Christmas books now, i iso )
In and Jtround Howard Thompson has been that you may read them before "
confined to hU home this week by H. E. Obenshaln left on Sunday posting."-Long Beach Sun. '
a serious attack of influenza for Roanoke Va. ,\ '
I "
: Homestead Dr. Leonard W. IIIn'
Mrs. Anna Baer and Walter Fred Mrs. James Ryle of Miami spent .
I left Monday for Eau Callle. several days last week visiting twhlMw" .toGLASSES..ar"....a..ta.trefit" ...... at
her mother Mrs. B. H. Edwards. '

'.;" I II Mr. and Mrs. Crank Garegnlnl 14sN.at.raw .... ....... .,., f
Wm. Edwards came down from I several weeks In the Kelly house left for the North on Monday. Seasonal WarningEarly c wer..b:: Cwaa ..td
Winter Park to spend Sunday with I on Silver Palm drive. They plan to return in September. In December the following : !
Mrs. Virginia Edwards,. \ ,
Ht his mother was accompanied by Dr. Goo. Mr. and Mrs. H. Schauberger Mrs. Hubert Potter left Tuesday)'...............................................................AAAAAAALAAAAAAAV. \ I

Crysler of Winter Park and I and daughter Betty, and Dr.-and for her home in North Haven,11 :
Chicago. Mrs. C. H. Denby will spend Sunday Conn.
fishing on the Keys. New and Used :
7 Mrs. Carlton B.: Singleton and Miss Emma Gardner left Friday
. her infant son, John Douglas, were Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Blacker of for a short visit In Miami before \
>( brought home from Jackson Coral Gables spent Sunday with going on to her home in Lewis- APEX and EASY
/. Memorial hospital Monday. Mr. Stacker's step-father and burg, W. Va.
mother, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. M.
I M--R.; : Brodie. I Washing Machines
Mr. and Brooks entertained Mr. and Mrs. Robert Qulntf and
i Mr. Brooks' uncle A. P. Mrs. Walter Schutt left for Detroit -
J j Brooks of Mount Vernon, at their Mr. and Mrs. Chester W. Hawleyof and Walled Lake, Mich.. on $20 up
i home last week. Boca Grande visited Mr. Haw- Thursday. .
"Jf -B suswaiast ley's step-father, U G. Ruggles,'I. ;
:: Mr. and Mrs. Henry Heath left, over the week-end. APEX :
for North Carolina Friday after a
Turner's Funeral Home
s| stay of several months In Home- Miss Dora Scott spent the week- Electric Refrigerators i 1
$ stead. r end with Miss Bobby Simpson In (4-HX: AMBULANCE: SERVICE
' Miami. Lady Attendant
Mrs. It. G. Walser left Thursday $90 upHOWARD !
for a visit In Macon before JoiningMr. Phone 864-R Homestead, Fla.
Walser in Jacksonville. Mr. Mrs. Emma Wright has as a
I guest Mr*. J. E. Howell of Val- i
and Mrs. Don Talbot have moved ,
dosta, GaI
into the Walser house on N. W.
Third street Radios $30 up !
Mrs. A. L. Fitzpatrick has been MASFAKLUBRICATION I !
Mr. and Mrs. Basil Goode left in the Post Graduate hospital since
Wednesday for Shelbyville, N. C. Tuesday for medical treatment 6 FT. KEROSENE i
Mr. and Mrs. Orlando Wollam I I Harry Martin was returned to Dependability and operating Eec! :rolux Refrig'rator :
and children left yesterday for a'' his home Tuesday from the Post I
visit In Cairo, Ga. I I Graduate hospital where he undc,- economy result from regularMarfak Slightly Used :' I
went two major operations.Mrs. lubrication. Ton get I '
Mf. and Mrs. R. L. Hobson will I the mwt out of your Investment $175
move into the A. R. Livingston Florence M. Barnes who by securing a thorough 1 1t
apartments the latter part of the,' recently bought the Salingf property Marfak Jt J from .... I t
week. Their daughter-in-law, on Newton road *ri Silver Make your own terms .
Mrs. R. C. Hobson, and her chil Palm drive left for h<-.- home In ,75c j
dren. Dotty and Stanley, left Monday Chicago
for Cristobal, Canal Zone, to1 __ S. L. KendrickOWNER
Join Mr. Hobson who is employed! S. R. Sullnrer left for Chicago TEXACOOneStop I j
there. ,Saturday. j j StationDONE

Mrs. DeVora Mackery of Black- Mr. and Mrs.-& L. Lawrenceand j i K13SAM. Props.N. ''II :
well, Ca. spent the weekend'with Wayne, and M. C. Law Kroma and 4th St. I.: Odd ::1 0.9: Bldg. Phone 45 Homestead, Fla I
rence spent the week-end in Damascus vvtyT.yy V
her brother-In-law and sister,; : ? ? ? ?nn? IVtwnvnVTyv
,, Ga. ........_hh.____
Mr. and Mrs. Robert S. Dunn and 1
will remain for a visit FLORID.CITY

Mrs. I* T. Proctor and daughter,-j I By Mrs. W. W. Sererr 3I

Reba, left Monday for a visit; in I I
Cordele, Ga. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Niell enter
,tained the members of Mrs. Niell's
Mrs. Ernest Thompson of Orlando 1[I and Mrs. Joseph Doxsee's Sunday)
and baby arrived Monday school class at a wiener roast at
for a visit with her parents, Mr. Miami Beach Sunday afternoon. i I
and Mrs. Edw. Brooker. I' In the group were: Lavon Thompson
I Leola Shelley, Warrene Sev-I
Mr and Mrs. Beam left ery, Shirley Doxsee, Lillian Ange-
Tuesday for a ::North Carolina t ilinl, Catherine Rohrer, Wade lox
Oklahoma, Arizona and Call-I Thompson, Glenn Schroeder and i I

fornia. I Ronnie Clonlnger. ;

Mrs. Paul G. Rickel of Miami Mrs. Frank Stalling of South
visited Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Hind-,:Miami spent the week-end -
man Monday and Tuesday I her father, L. C. Aldrich. visiting t

Dr. and Mrs. A. M. Logan who The Ladles' Aid Society of the
were In Atlanta because of the illness Florida City Community Church = = .
and death of Dr. Lo.an"1 held Its May meeting Wednesday ;
father, have returned. Dr. afternoon at the home of Mr*.
.' mother, Mrs. John Logan, returned Charles Clinton.Dr. 3 ;;
with them for a visit = s
I J. E. Irwin who spent the

I Mr. and Mrs. 3. M. Hayden will winter at the home of Mr and Mrs. I How Would You Like to See Your 1 i

I'; leave Sunday for Gracevllle, Fla.,, .' ,
''I to attend the graduation of Mrt. -=-? sr? t

i, Hiyden'i, from daughter the Gracevllle Miss MildredSims High STOMACH i Dream of a. Home Come True? I

School Monday evening.Mr. TROUBLE

I and Mrs. O.: H. Anderson of i Effectively treatedby 3
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Miami and their children spent1 i
. Sunday with Mrs. Anderson's: Chiropractic"Start probably is no reason why you should not be in a S
mother, Mrs. Carrie, letting well today" THERE
of Coconut Palm drive.Mr McCUIIOU'h.I I: like this. The F1IA insured loan can bring it about || I.
i Dr. R. J. Elliott =

and Mrs. U Jackson and' I -and we will be glad to assist you in getting such a loan, which =| f
daughter, Miss Edna Melvin Jacl -1 CHIROPRACTOR
IOn, left last week for their home HOTM Bl dg. Homestead
in Grafton Ind;, after a stay of _= ;you can pay back as easily as you pay rent. Come In and talk =3 I,
I with us about it. 3BROOKER

: V. DR. C. II. DENBY !
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The Rv *nd Mri. John R. Hoch quet 01 lilies. fort, and Hubert B. Botella, Jr. Mrs LeRoy Smith of Miami Webster, the president, will be the

of Miami ar announcing the marriage -( Her attendants wore pastel tints sou of Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Bo bead of the Stephen Foster Memo-: hostesses, and Mrs A. W Hutchinson -

of their daughter, Ruth Dorothy ed frocks, cut princess fashion and tells of HartXard Cone. were rial Association, will install the officer -' and Miss Rebecca Flatter
to Geoffrey Hinton Rollins on s' carried old-fashioned flower fan*. married at noon Wednesday at the ef the Monday Mush Clubat will give current event

Sunday April 30, at 5:SO o'clock j' Behind the alter rail wall an home of the bride.t Halnlln drive the home of Mrs. W. B. Mills, Mn. L. L. Bow will talk oat

In Allaoattab Methodist Church.\Immense basket of Kite on each and Tennessee road. 300 N. E. Kings Highway, Monday American music, Mrs. Howard
Mr. Hoch was formerly pastor of i The Wedding marked the twen- afternoon. The program for this I Johnson and Mn. Joseph Cider
the Homestead Methodist Church 1 Cass-1 ty-ninth wedding anniversary of IRA meeting of the Music club: this:I will play piano solos and Mn J.

and a few yean later served as palm formed the background. the parent of the bride.A season win be the first of* seriesof D. Redd and Mn. Mills will playa

pastor of the Florida City Community Before the Mn Cath- double ring ceremony wa prgaram to be given In Homestead duet. Vocal numbers will be
Church. I cart sang "At Dawning," "O performed by the Rev. C. G. Nelson In observance of National I given by Mill Jamie Richards and

The ceremony was performedby Promise Me" and "I Love You pastor of the Redland Community j Music Week. a quartet of grammar school children. .
the Rev. David J. Catteart. Truly." Th traditional wedding Church, in the latticed Mrs. Mill and Mn. Julian H. .
pastor of the Allapattab church, In'I marches were played. umfner house which was decorated -

the presence of a large number of The wide wa* graduated from Ultes.with Spanish moss and water. SOPHOMORE CLASS TAKES DIP IN OCEAN
relative and friends. Mr. Hoch HomeslMid High School and later I
gave his daughter In marriage; her did secretarial work in Miami Miss Gwendolyn Comfort, slater AND ENJOYS SHOW IN COCONUT GROVEThe
the bride. maid of honor
filter. Mix Veda was one at time which wa then her home lot -
three bridesmaid,Mid her brother I After the wedding the young l William Pierce of Miami was I ;
best man. sophomores of HomesteadJHigh driver, Miss Katherine Orfanedes
Dwlght was one of the two uihen. couple left for a short honeymoontrip.
The bride wore a blue crepe ensemble Miss Nina Bollard, Miss BettyJane
School went swimming in
while satin will be at home after I
The bride wore a They t
and Mini Brown
carried a bouquet of Meybcm Betty ,
gown made princess style with May 7 at 1228 N. W. Thirty-ninth I I Surf>side> Park In Miami Beach
Talisman roses The maid *f Miss Jamie Richards, Mill ROM
light train long pointed sleeves I street, MiamI. Saturday. and spread their picnic
,honor was similarly attired and| Peterson, Miss Helen Parker, Miss
and buttoned back. Her veil was, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Severy ofi carried a bouquet of white roses. lunch on the table under a clump Frances Lamb, Miss Adrian Callahan -
caught to a circle of orange bloi-i Florida City were among the out- I I of trees.
A reception and a wedding dinner seagrape Ralph Andrews, Charles Con
some, and she carried an arm bou-I of-town guests at the wedding were given In the Comfort home' On the way home they topped I I nor, Joe Byrum, Elbert Dolar, El-

I{ The bride is a graduate of a I in Coconut Grove to see a moving dred CJmer, Edwin Booth, Fred

WOMAN'S CLUB AND JUNIOR CLUB HOLD 'I Miami High School and has livedIn picture show Fuchs, Elbert Welt J. T Godwin, .
I the district five years I In the party were: Mri. Preston i I Preston Bird Lester Archer, James
MEETING AT HOMESTEAD COUNTRY CLUB I" The bridegroom Is associated I B. Bud and Mrs. Ben Archer, Sullivan Frank Billeio and Harold

1, with Mr. Comfort In fruit growing' room mothers, Whitney Beam, Atkinson.
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Th Woman's Club of Homestead Bird, Mn. M. F. White, Mrs I. P.' Before coming to Florida he Was

and the Junior Woman's Club McLean, Mrs. H. Ruegg, Mn. engaged the transportation business -,r SORORITY GIVES Miss Betty Brown, Miss Nina Dyal!,
of Homestead held a dinner meeting Fielding Ruff, Mn. James Bird,I' la the.North. I DANCE TONIGHT the Misses Betty and Jamie: Rich.

In the Homestead Country Mn. 3. D. Perkins, Mn. Claude I Tonight the Kappa Phi Deltasorority ands Miss Done and Mill Conner.
Club Monday evening. Mn. Up Campbell Mn. Herman Thomas,] MISS ETA SULLIVANTO I I will give a sprint danceat

ton Ewing of oral Gable who Mr Harold Oxford, Mrs. Buchanan WED JOHN DICKMAN the Homestead Country Club. MKS. LEWIS HOSTESS

was to have Installed the officers Mn. Wlttkop, Mrs. Ennls, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. David R. Sullivan Plans for 'the dance were madeat VO DOtCAl CLASS
art both clubs was enable to be Barrow, Mrs. Dendy, Mrs Glens,! are announcing the engagementand a meeting held Monday evening, lira W. C. Lewis was hasten to .
present.Mr Mrs. Bow, Mn. Arthur Mrs.Johooa approaching marriage of their at the-home of Min Claudia the Cores Claai at her home as

*. L. L Bow spoke *t the ,Dr. ShaaUin,Mn. E.X. Cw.w- daughter Eva IsteOe, to Joseph April JT when social hour followed

early day of the senior club. IOn, Miss Hobson and Miss Peart' John Dickaan, son el Mrs. Mary ner.Each girl drew the name the business meeting.
Whitaker. Dkkmaa and the late Henry Dick- "better' half" fellow The class will
The tablet were placed In 1 a meet with Mrs.
formation and were decorated with I man of St. Louis. who Is to receive anonymous Conj T. E. Kirby en May 2$.
LEGION AUXILIARY TO HOLD Th marriage win take place this tesle from her
snapdragons, asters and ferns. during the Those present werl Mn. W
Officer of the senior dub are;: INSTALLATION MONDAY month at the rectory of the Sacred The next meeting, it was L. Rosamond. Mn. Julia Polk
Mrs.Z.F.WerttaTli of the Legion Heart Church in Homestead. I IB. I I
resident, Mn. Harry D. Wolfe; |nounced, will be held at the Mn. T. C. Shackleford, Mn. J,
first vice-president, Mn. Joel J. Auxiliary of Harvey Seeds Post AGAIN I of Mis Barbara Done. Lawrence Scott, Mrs N. J. Fleming -
Robinson: second vice-president,I fifth district vice-president, will P. W. C. ELECTS I Those present were: MM! Mary Mrs. Chat. T. Harper, Mrs.E .
I Install officers of the local Legion MRS. STEWART PRESIDENT I France Arthur Miss Grace Lawrence
Mrs. Henry Johnson; recording Mary L Mrs A. Gude Mrs.
secretary, Mrs. A. F Arthur; corresponding I I Auxiliary at a luncheon meetingI Mrs. Cina Stewart was unanimously 'i English, Miss Clara Belle Stuart. Kirby and Mrs. Lewis
secretary, Dr. Irene I 11ft Legion ball Monday. i I re-elected president of the]
| The elate was set at Wednesday: Homestead Easiness and Professional -
Shanklin, treasurer Mrs. W. D.Bishop i
night's meeting of the Auxiliary.Mrs. Women's Club at a dinner
; and auditor. Mr. K. K. Jake Brooks will entertainthe meeting Monday evening. The' tIIr lq .To t'f

Foulk. I Past Presidents' Parley at her other officers, who likewise were I "
Officers of the junior club are:'
home in Peters next Wednesday elected I i
unanimously were: first
president Mrs. E. A. Buchanan
first vice-president, Mn. BurleyDeady ,It was announced, and a business vice-president, Miss Anne Lee; THE DIXIE DRUGHomestead I
I session will be held after the covered second vice-president Mn J. E.I
second vice-president, Mrs.
Bruce Ennis; recording secretary I dish luncheon. j jCauiens; recording secretary, Mn.1 1 Florida
Members present were: Mrs. C. H. Steffani; corresponding Iee-'
Mn. Stanley Wlttkop corresponding -
secretary, Mn. Robert Glenn, I Fred Redd Mrs.A. W. Hutchinson,''rotary, Mrs. Lloyd Delta; andtreallll'lt. Briton ( BISMA-REX r/J
Mrs. Edw. Norman, Mrs. Ceo. W Mrs Charles Clinton. 2'CA
and Jr.; auditor treasurer, Mrs, Mill Asset Alice Barrow.Hoatoa; Turner, Jr., Mrs. J. A. Smith, Mrs I TOOTH PASTE ) Antacid Powder f /Vt

Fritz Schroeder Mrs. Lamar Kendrick TRIPLE If CLUB PLANS
Present were: Mrs. B. I:. Gables
Mr*. Frank B. Rue and Min GRADUATION DANCE
2Sepxk36 U.D. KrlipiASdtfidlll
Mr*. T. J. Faust Mn. Preston B.!
Ruth Fox. Plan for a commencement [6egtI9KTl1
dance to be held after the Homestead ROY, PHENOYAL Pius CHOCOLATES
STANLEY WITTKOr 19 MM. H. E. KEDDCS Huh School graduation exercises -
BIRTHDAY OBSERVEDMrs. A lam at mom then aex
May 30 were made at the #
Mrs. Stanley Wlttkop gave a H. E. Redln's birthday was Triple H Club meeting Monday to eed formula .Agubalm of good candy. /6.osier. .
surprise birthday for Mr. celebrated by relatives and friendsat give you anettlcient
party evening at the home of Jack Ltetlvet ?a.lig'a'
Wlttkop last night The guests, her home Sunday.: Present Gatlin.

gathered at the Wittkop horn, and were: Mr. and Mn. Redln, Mr. It was announced that the surf!I 1 Lora BaltimoreStationery
lifter a refreshment course of. cake, and Mrt. W C. Taunton, Mn. of thirteen dollars had beet cleared,
and punch enjoyed dancing .t the: Garda Fread, Mrs. L. F Hrlmen, at the dance last Saturday evening I .

country chib. !Hiss PrtscUla Freed and Leslie and the W. D. LoU trophy lor WHITMAN None aepwsAa ,

Thorn Invited were: Mr, and,Helmen.Itomettetd. a school athletics had been excellent and ..
Mrs. E. A. Buchanan, Mr and' I high NORRISand practical gift tormother.
Mrs. Ansel Barrow Mr. and Mrs. .
& P. W. C.
Frank Berneckef, Mr and Mrs. R I
R. Klnard Mr. and Mrs. C. R CARD AND GAME PARTYla Fr Ir
Cruse, Mr. and Mn. Ovid Sullivan \ I GALESCANDIES Beauty Kit iA
Hospitality Home
Mr. and Mn. Bruce Ennls
I P.OL, Saturday.May I .
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Peterson Mr. -- Irt. c.r.
and Mn. Herman Thomas, Mr. and 25cAttractive Nome drewder f
i Mrs. Harold Oxford. Mr. and Mn. Creams, >/
J. Lee Smith Miss Alice Hobson TniletweMr
Grand Prizes at End ef Series S'bg "tK
and R E. Sberard r
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Basics Perennial We X's
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1 .(.I IB** we ..-end A"F Red poscool 11:30 to 1:30

: SkeMem Thersniqa Cre.uicn -J awn Sam gl.r
: Waves Scltntiticsll
; --A BEAUTY SECIETrt cosrut ed
Lard abasee Ttiiu MiMttM .....0. C. t
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have learned when nW want suss every
women I *%am pried In ocelot SWMort
: BEAUTIFUL: NATURAL PERMANENT WAVES : HIKE'S BEAUTY week They lmriag goad k the Isgredik
: Make jour appointment bJ Jt : to kelp you wee. DRUG3 ; *Voseoadb le.imm .


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Friday May 5,1939 THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Paw Nine )t.,.' :

recent Ulneaa Mn. Julia Polk SILVER TEA TO BE GIVE These present wereMr and ,]

read art article on China and Mn' BY JENNIE LOBDELL CIRCLE Mn. J. Lkwrnoc Seott, Mr. and I' ":1\

Howard, one on "The Church The Jennie Lobdell Circle of the Mrs. r. L. Menwaln, Mr. and Mr 'j
Needs Men" Readings were T. D. Ptehe Mn' C. O. Robertson ;1
r Social Events J W. M. S. of the Homestead Methodist '
given by: Mn Plckard, Mrs. A. D. Church will give a silver tea Mrs. T. E. Kirby Mrs. HomerDavis s j j

Smith, Mrs. T. D. Plch and MnWaters. at the Homestead Woman's Club Mrs J. R. Dorsey, Mn. \ \

Min Barbara building on Thursday May 11. Catherine Pickard, Mrs. Jack 'I jy

played i piano solo. from 9 to S o'clock. Polk Mrs J. Tom Vann, Mn. A. =

REDLAND CLUB WINS IN STUNT CONTESTAT During the social hour the hostess Toe program numbers will be: a Smith, Mn. Frank Irwin, Mn. "

served refreshments.Mrs. a piano solo by B. M. Hlndman S. t* West, Mrs. Wm. McConnell ...;}
COUNTY ACHIEVEMENT DAY PROGRAM C. H. Denby reviewed,the B vocal solo by Stanley Wlttkop Mrs. T. C ShackUtord Mrs. T. T. '.

first 'two chapters of the book, t reading by Mrs. & L. West, B Bowen, Mia Ellen Vann Miss Vice

first prize la the stunt contestat rolls and In fancy rolls. Mrs. FredSuber "The meeting Return of CIrcle to Religion Five at the" at the piano solo by Dale Faust, a tap gtnla Doney. D. i R. Sa1der J. Q.
home Caldwell the Rev. J. /ohnstone, I j
dance by pupils of the Cook
the county horn demonstration won thud prize In marl- of Mrs. W. B. Caves, Jr. Mrs Myron Crennell and William Mo- :
studio of dancing, a vocal solo
,old; and mixed cut flowers. Mrs.
I Alvin Biistey was Joint hostess. '
Achievement Day program In MichaeL
Geo. N. Wakefield won second Mr*. J. P. Ande.eonductecI by Mrs. H. K. Foulk, B clarinet

Miami April JT wu awarded to place In canned fruit and third in the devotional. solo by Ceo. M. Frick, and piano ..".... yi..n.".!r. vnnrn.n, ......usue.

the Redland Home Demonstration j cut flowers. Mn. A. D. Smith got The next meeting will be at the solo by Mrs. J. E. Elder

Club lor its skit, "FArmer In the 1 first place In thrift or remodeled horn of Mn. Alex Lanier, It was Toll circle until recently was' TOFormer :. .
pell" The kit was written and I dress; Mn. Fred Redd, second announced. named the Young Mitrons circle .

acted by Mrs. Seymour Dane Mr*. place In home grown citrus fruits; Those present were: Mn H. I PatronsOF

E. A. Carter and Mr*. W. a Mahan. I and Mrs. Roland Smith third Schauberger Mrs. J. Lee Smith, ME*. BURR 13 HOSTESSTO .. "
Twenty-three prizes were won In thrift remodeled PRESBYTERIAN GROUP '
place or dress. Mn. Lanier Mn. Denby Mrs.
by the member* of the two home Mn. H. J. Armstrong of the Anderson, Mrs. Busaey and Mrs Mn. R. Y. Burr was hostess to ;; i iBush's .

demonstration clubs of this district Redland club won one first prize Caves, the Presbyterian Auxiliary at her

In Jelly and second In book covers home yesterday afternoon. Mn. Beauty !

Mrs R. E. Wittenwyler of the of tropical material Mrs. W. D. SILVER PALM SOCIETY Ceo. D. Ruehle gave a Bible reading .,

Homestead club won six prizes Mahan won second prizes In homegrown TO MEET IN MIAMI Parlor a! .

first la bread cork articles and fruits and potted plants. The Woman's Missionary Societyof Others present were: Mrs. It C.

buck towel bag or purse; second Other Redland prize winners were: the Silver Palm Community; Jackson, Mrs. A. F. Darling Mn. ]

In home earnings report and Mrs. Maria Lopez, first for picklesor Church will hold an all-day meeting Frank Hathaway Mn. Ceo. Harris, .
canned chicken meat or fish; and relish; Mrs. Dane third for on Thursday at the residence Mrs R. E Trotter, Mrs. Carl F. Having purchased the 1

third In three-jar exhibit of fruit, home grown fruit; Mrs J. D. Wy- of Mn. Maud Chandler POT S. E. Robinson, Mrs. Ceo. M. Frick, beauty parlor hostages sad

vegetables or meat. song, third for canned vegetables; Brlckell avenue, Miami. Mrs. A. F. Arthur Mrs. J. W. Irwin equipment W Mr. Btiah weordUlly I fius

Mrs. Ray Schneider of Home- and Mrs. Carlton Singleton, third Mrs. Paul Haley Mn. Vane Invite yom to visit :.

steau won first prizes In plain for wooden tray DEPUTY PRESIDENT TO BE!: Harris and Mrs. B. E. Catlln Import our Increased f*. )

REBEKAH VISITOR MONDAY etUtie anal try ear ...... 1

HOMESTEAD P. T. A. PLANS Glenn, Mrs. J. A. McNeil, Mn S. Plan for entertaining the district MRS. VLRIC FREE GIVES work.

CAFETERIA IMPROVEMENTS ]12 I Livingston, Mrs. D. L. Bowen, deputy president, Mn. Barbara SHOWER FOR MRS. PARKER: .

Coverings of metal or Inlaid Mrs. J. D. Redd Mn. E. S. Cap- Henry of Coral Lodge next Mrs.. mill Free give a showerat f=' '

linoleum will be purchased for the'''linger, Mrs. A. S. Moye Mn. B. M. Monday evening were made by her home Friday afternoon for' Permanent Waving: II IIa

kitchen tables and the serving Hindman, Mrs. Pierce, Mrs. H. L. Liberty Rebekah Lodge it* meetIng MM. Clyde Parker. After an afternoon Specialty:

table of the Homestead school cafe 1 I Brown, Mrs. Anderson, Mrs. Booth, in the Odd Fellows hall Mon- of games and contests : /

teria, the P. T. A. executive com' Mn. Davis Mrs. Richards, Mrs da :yevening. Mn. Luther 'StrickI punch! and cookies weer served.' :. i iSJlfLTON.TIlEItMlQl"l

mittee decided at Its meeting Tuesday Williams, Miss Jennie Lobdell and I I land will give a report on the Rebekah Those present were: Mn. Robert !

afternoon. Mrs. W. E. Rheney, Mill.Helen Livingston. assembly I In SU Petersburgat Lance, Mrs. Bessie Chambliis,
, treasurer, Mrs. -Rusaell Anderson,! that time. Mn. D. Frederick, Mrs. Louis EDMONDEUGENE: I
cafeteria chairman, Mrs. J. M. CIRCLES HOLD Those present were: Mrs. Harry Crubbs, Mrs. Corbet Smith, Mn, ;

Forte cafeteria manager, and MAT MEETINGSA D. Wolfe, Mr. R. W. Mulllns, Mn Free and Mn. Parker. 2
Mn'l Blanche Chapman, Mrs E. S. Cap- Those sending Mn ;
C. J. Panrmn were handkerchief shower for Mn. gifts were \
linger, Mrs. R. G. Moon, Mn. O. W. J. Parker Mrs. Mabel Skiner
the materials
purchase required
;; W. R. Cheshire was given by W M. C. 1
after consulting with Mrs Alyce U Circle One at Its meeting I Wednesday I Smith Radford Mrs. Mollle Mn. Anna Messer- and Mrs. Florence B. Dantey Mae Morris
Wlngate Mn
Tyree county cafeteria director: afternoon at the horn of I
i iI A. W. Jones Mn. H.
, about the coverings and the Beatty Dr. WORKERS' COUNCIL HOLDS
possible I I Mrs. J. H. Scott. Plans were announced I Irene Shanklin and Mrs 'Strick : Beauty Parlor j
of I
replacement ont or more for the program of the land. rOT-Ll'CK SUPPER SESSION

of the tables with others that can' general W. M. U. meeting next Plans for a vacation Bible school

be used when the school gets a! Wednesday, and cards of thank .,....?.........................:.........,..,..........,..,..... which will be held this summer Flowers Bid*. ; JI

bigger cafeteria. The committee I i I for flowers sent during the past The CalendariranattMimMHtMls.HNMIrani were made at the Walkers' Council I .1 ,.. I.. .1. d. I I .
will arrange, Blo?fox the revarn-j,I I; month were read. Mn. W. L. ............. **!|.....-. of the First BaiJ ttr>Church of
ishlng or otherwise resurfacing of: Rosamond conducted the mission i Homestead Monday evening. IN* W I.... both (.._.. mean&is.
i May 8.-Kappa Phi Delta dance. to .'".It.
I, .the dining tables In the cafeteria;! study class. May 5. -Meeting of The officers had charge of the Lot *. Block. 1. Mo. *.... AM.. Fiat.
The work will be done, tt 'Is planned Others present were: Mn C E EpiscopalAuxiliary covered dish Bonk I. Pw M.. Tk U>.. to .k* MM *..
with Mrs. W. supper .
R ..
Bird. widened kr CcrtlflrM N MM l lots
during examination week |I Saunders, Mn. W. B Myrlck, Mrs.: May 6.-B. P. W. C. benefit card end KprMmto UM lot the Mn IM MI
Members present purchased cop-;'; J. P. Kendrick Mrs Jennie Smith, NOTICE or BALI op TAX fEUTirpCATEB. MO Milo Ina1esM, wunlliw to 47.II.
of l party In Hospitality House. APPLICATION HO MMMMlM Lea II, ..... ... Bratow4 ""'n.. PIM
lies the pamphlet, "The Sex Side,, Mn. W. L. Smith, Mrs L. A. Wise May Townsend Club meeting li karaar sl.aa thai A,... I. Book S, Pan". The MM to ... *.M *r*
of Life," which had been ordered, Mrs. Louise Cannington Mrs Loveland kai fad with M arrlttnj request, MMM4 kr CwtiriMto No 1471 .. IMIiid
for sale at twenty cents each and' In Neva King Cooper School that Ik* ... ...u,...... tontkar with allubiaqii.nl r.pr...nu ..... tee Use ream 1.10 totIM.
1 Frank Irwin Mrs L. S. FlUhue at 230. emitted or West UM Realud.Mg both tochnln, *_n .. M 114....
nine copies were turned over to:: and Mrs. Ruth Jernlgan. tk* roar III*, hM kr the sea kad Lot II and IK' clock 14, BoilwwMAddik
the principal for certain high i May 8.Meeting of Monday irllni aad sold to *. highest hkUarto PIM k ok Pap M. The ton* ,
,1, Mrs. J. R. Chambllss was hostess Music Club at Webster home Mk u aravMad kr Charter, HIM, af to .k* ...., .r* oUMM1 kr Cwtlflrato MoM7I .
school departments. The few remaining to Circle Two at her home Mn. 8. the stop Asa .. the ......_. suet tkafollowlat l IMI and marmots MM for Mi*
May Redland P.
copies be obtained I T. A. executive ; aaaerlaad Hal I estate la Uw ConnIT IRIS to IMf both aelwi'.at-
J. C.
may Vann
I gave two readings, "A committee meeting! at 1. *f Uada. sate at '' rears 114'M.
front Mn Ben Archer president, Boy's Mother" and 'Story of a a S4- Lot I. ninth 4, 'L.I.'iJaotriolII' IM* 14 to 14 sleek 14 Ia.M..rd
by parent Interested in having May Installation of Legion ... PIM Book as, Fan U. The team to A....., PIM 5 M. TW UM
any Pillow Case.. Auxiliary at Legion hall. k* MM. sea *vM._ kr CarUrieHa N.. to .k* ...* ... =U-he (;...,10... No
,for his children approved sex Instruction Other* present were: Mn, IMS of lilt .... rapraamU taxes far the 1474 .t IMI end _....10 toM for Ik*
I May 10.Redland P. T. A. meetIng pears IIM, to IMS both Inclusive. _.. to JIM both hMluIra, _..
Henry Olsen, Mrs. Emma Wright, at a p. m.May is M.IT. rraNt.... I
The committee voted to show an Mn. Cerda Freed Mrs. H. E. = | to S. slash 4. Ltaalaad laduMrlalSite and 11 stale. 14, .......HAM
Erpl: health film at its last meeting; Redln Mrs. Annie R. 10W. M. V. meeting in Plat Mole ... rose IS. The lease to *.. Plot Book 1 Pan .. The ton
i Butler Mn church. ka >.... ... *>kissed kr CanUlMU N. to k* MM are nUnoMfW CrUtoto: Ktt.
this year May 28, when officers T. E. Kirby Mrs. E. L. Lawrence 7M af lost .... rauraaaaU, uses far the 4471 d logo .e4 r rn.M UM lr as J
will be Installed and musical numbers 1 Mrs. J. E. Howell of Valdosta anda May l.-Meeting of Silver Palm room IM to a.... both Ndalse..ms. MM IRIS to IBM kwh ......,.., ..ma*. ,
W.;M. a in Miami. MAC \* SXS.M.
will be given by the primary new member Mn A. Cude. 11-Jennie louse 1. Blank 4. to*>la4 laduMrlal site. I Lot II. Bask It, Bwif4 A...- PUI
May Lobdell
.classes. Mrs. C. O. Circle Plat book a.. Pan I L The team to a. aaMara Book I.>ass M. Tk. U>M to k* M>4 an I
I IMIS. Robertson was hostess silver tea In Woman' Club build *...**aMd kr CarllfkaU N., M0 of .*I_ kr OHIflMM &>I.. loll .> lost
to Circle Three at her home IMI and rarraainU team laP the Mara IIMto .d MHM.aU Uu (. tk* man IM $9Nt.
I After ing.May IM*. both I......... aaiaanUna u MM.LM / both laoliailM. iM J. I. Wednesday. the devotional
RICHARDS | J.-H.. H. S. Junior play. II Black 4 LanlMd ladMlrbl WU. I. BlMk S. :o.l. art Aate. Plot ,
PBESENTS PROGRAM i i.Mra. by Mn. Robertson Mrs. J. Tom May IJ.-R. H. S. Juniorseniorbanquet .lot Book IS. Pan la. The UaM, to a. sold Bk I. Pa.* M Tk MM to "k* aoM anMd 5'
Vann read several cue .ridaaaad kr CarllfbaM No. HMS af .. .. kr Orllfbato M, S4II *f INS
J. J. Richards presented topics. at Pancoast hotel lost ... M>raiaaU Una far she rMrtIIM sad .......nlo Ui. far Mw Man ROSS to
the program *t the W. M. S. meetIng Mrs., S. A. King will be hostessto May 14.-Tri-school public to IN, both W.|M*|.* _.U.. to ".. both. kMlwtv*. -.... to It.71Lu .
S to II. Weak I*. Bnlnt4 AM...
Tuesday afternoon in the the circle In June, It was an festival :!r"t: lady Plat Book. I. Pan, M. TW ton H a* f
Homestead Methodist Church Mrs. nounced. i lpe.nfl.-Joint luncheon meetIng Th* MM ai* .MaM kr OrtKtMU Ma. S4alf
Present also Mn. J. R. ._ to ka gold are rMaaaad kr CortKI.MU IHI aa4 MptMrau lease far the rat
Lloyd Field Mrs. Vlvan Booth were: I of Garden Club and Homestead Na. KMS af list and MMaanla toaaifar ISIS to IMS both toebatfir*, aMi aMo. W ,
and Mrs. J. P. Anderson gave talks Pope, Mrs. H Collier Mn. S. 1. Woman's Club In clubhouse. tile seem Role to till, both laolllPl.. 12'.1'--
West and Mn. M. A. Murphy. I _. ".: to ....... Lot IN, 01-1 U. .oaw>ar. Adds, "at
on "Broidenlng the Horizons of May H.-Meeting of Cleaners LM 17 'km N 14 ft taaakadInduatrial Book ,. Pan M. Tk. Wes M a* ....a .r* i
Rural Communities." | 'At the meeting of Circle Four with Mn. J. Lee Smith. B4U Flat Ioo1r.t Page 14. widened kr coo ,..... Ma. Mil W lose
with Mn. OUte Howard Mn. I The team to .k* mot are avldaaaai kr Car.Uflnala liHl HjMiiaU UM far the room IMI to
Report of the conference meetIng May 16. Meeting of Woman's Ma. M7 .. loss and represents IM*, both kMlual a, aaioualla to 17.7*.
In Sarasota were given by: Mrs Catherine Pickard read an original Club of the Redlands. tam far the roan IIM to IMS ash la- UU II mot U Ned II, B ilrar4 4
In which she I slaw aaMyaUac to 1417.LM. Adds, Plot Book ,. Pan M The toa<*
Dan William, Mrs. J. J:. Davis poem expressed appreciation May -Meeting of F. L. T. SI lad M. Palurtto Add. (Boaia.atMdl to a* MM art avMtaM: kr CMttfUato N.. .
and Miss Helen Livingston. for kindnesses received Club with Mrs. A. W. Jones. Ploy Bed t. Paw lit. The tees Mil .. Iota lad >i>riiiali boxes for use
from circle members during her U ka arid are a.Maa..d ar CartllkaU Na, lost to 1'''. both kwlwlv. aawaal-
Announcement was made that May K.-Meeting of Homestead 1401 af IMI and Maramu UM for th* C"" $14.70. j
the zone meeting will be held, w.. N NM w"wMN. .MMM. M.N.NMMMMGLASSES Home Demonstration Club. [ raar* lose to a..., WU hMlualo, ........ Lat S. Shah IS. BaukKarf ...... Plot
intui n. B k I, Pan U to MM an i
Tuesday In Riverside Methodist May 19.-R. H. S. senior play: IM .Block 4. Loveless ladiMtrMl She' evl..d ky r.-.J.Z. MIS *f IMSaad
Church: at 10 a. m. Luncheon will! PUt Book U Pan IN, Th. _.. to ka norMMU ass far toss Mara IMI totSM
be ] told ... ..hIo..... kr CartHkaU Na, W04 both I........, aamuMliK to II4>.41.Ul :
served In
the church. 1 LEGAL NOTICES of 11111 ... Ism far the r.rlass 11. Work t, Bauknanl AiMa.. Hal t
; Those present were: Mrs. Ceo H IMI. both iMluarra aawMIa, /.k2 Pan M Tk teams W MM araarldMvaai
Ramon' Mrs. J. P. Dye Mrs. T Keep NOTICE OP APPLICATION FOB I to MM I ky Cortl/ta.1. Ma 1411 af IMI,
, MollleWlngate. Wide- TAX DEED Lot ,.. Starts 4. Lanlaad ladaMrlaJ Bit.., sod wtraanli team far use ran late toIHI
Mrs. C. D. taker Mrs./ rtuaatr 17U7-Art. .. IMS-THa slats PIM Book II. Pan II. Th UM In .ka told. bnltl I..Iwls amoutill.r' to 114.M.
Beisle Showalter Mrs. Robert Awake N..... k ......., tire, IbM OraM kmardkoMM ar* ..hIo..... kr CwtlflaaW &>I.. 141 .f Lat s tmt I. Sisal. .. rtoalmrd ....., f
fM af .niladM Dralaan Da>tiirt Tax lost aad raanaaaU toM far the rer: Plot Bunk 2. Pan ... The tam to k*
f CanirleaU Numb.nd 1744 doted Ika Itt I IM U IM*, both. heIsaln. ..-.sang MM ax vMaM4 kr CartkVaH Has 1411af j
dar .. July, A. D. IMO, kM HUd MM to Ml* IM* sod arena MMI far use race i j1 j1Inti
I Wines .. Mr ..,.., eel kai Bad ..Co.'J LM 1 to M, Block .. L..eted ...-'. to loss, hash tn.la.l.a, 45.as/ne .'
Mtloa lot Ul dad to ama> Reid -Blu, Plat Book M. Paa. li. 814.6k
DR.R.S.AKERSDENTIST aaMfdaiw wt!!. Uw. laid C..U,..... mxo- Ream u k* Mid are *rldaaiT kr ertifI-: Lot .VBIotk .. Bashed. Add*. Plot ;
bas the Mluwlnc dm.W5ed pravartr. fit.aaud Sao N.. S4U ml lose aad rapraiaMa H Mla Dealt .. Pan M Tk* to.. M a* odd ara .
In Date Cauatr. (lorMa. to-wit I ...* MM Iota to I.... ..... laekuln.I**lo>aaa< kr Cafttfbato No. 1411 .. IKS t
H. IM Kl. af ._........ a $107JL' aad rtmataai UM lor aM nan IMI, toIM
Orw1ml ell ( Hf v* mot f* *y*. bM B. IS ft. aad B.'t.1t.II\:2.: \j.."....... T_ N af LM 11. Start S.Laralaad *. both UcloMra. aajavaUac to 17.7*
Itrala too k* bamakad. ClaakH II. Toanukir IS BaaXk. Rum hLes, I* Indvatrial Sit,. Plat Bank aLl SaM to< Mnlflcatoi, Mrlka* with all
. Offie wets 9 a. a to I .. A L he" helped lhessa.4a the c..... .. 0.... BUM .. rleeh M. Pan !. The... U .ka cull a>.*>ldM..... avatMuaM amUUd ar laoM toad arlll a* i
t..r shell The Mimaiiat af MM amvanr soda kr Coni'..... Mo. 1411 af IM and rapr- ..ld to Ik* kllkaM. b old, M use CoarlHowa ,
. Sundays ( U IS doe ..1oI..u'..... laaaad am. ia Ik* Was Ua. far the Mara ISIS M two both 111 MUial M aka l.k mr af Mar.IIM. ,
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to la., ua dead will ..... Ikixuaa L. IixlMlrl SIM, PIM Book at..rte10. ..., a* MaikaS ... do mirM.DatW .
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a.. to .1471: ',. .ship M Sooth, Roan M Root mUlnlnfl"I IM*. both 4Mll.lm -..... o Ifclo.Tnwi Rome 4* Eaot,'-. .. M Aonat
... I .. .. I. .wU tuW.. .t ....100: Arm outcome bo. The axes to .. ooMIn .f 10. Station It Township M South, or .... Tka ta.. to u. odd r.T.i. .
LEGAL NOTICES ... T.w..hN M 0940..., N took 0.s.4ini59 vrnWMod kr Cortttloau N*. ITIT of| .] .... It ..... OMitolnto I* .... non demand kr' C-tWIcota' N.. HI .t It7l ...
er. or lows The are IMI end Morocco t-"J or I.. The taken to ko an ortdoncodbr ropmonu tear for the nan IMo to IMV
1 .. r b.... are tvmimefu Mr utrnfu. in.* | Oortlflrou Non mi slid ropr)1mU t* 14147. ,
I 1101TS& uh or T* NOS50t6Pl- 17$ "I=i| and rwMMiMUMM .Vr th* Treat I, section 17. Township It Southit i; ton*for the Team HIT to IM*. hot J't It.. n lUi
"" CATION ?_. 4. ItM, both ImlMlWi *i.o"intIftfcT ;Boom It F. omUlnlM It Acres morel, i lu.M, aoioontlnt I* II M 1. : L':1.
.$,1 Kotb 'k hmby flnn that iTwman ao"d, to Iff M. 'I, km flkod trtth m. written moment that thato. Lou I and I*. In $Wi = of SorI I br Certificate No Ml of : ..... H ..... oololojna. 1* A.._ non or .... The axes ui W nld a.. ...>arrd
.... with .U oml.oo.ojtth. Ohio 1$ Township II South 4* But ann axes for the roan llttimlmln to 1010. IIIoth or baa. Tho turn to ko told in .........d br Ortllloot. Mo 544 of lost aid Won.rntt .
oonalts d oar avledtogether Ia_ ........ .... -. explaining 10 Acre non or IOM TWO amouatlny u M.IT I kr Conlfleatt: No, 4M of late and ropnoau -' axes for the y..... l"'lo u lose. bony
192. held b Use Mate lit ..--.. ... uom r be MM ar* orkbrod br CorttflMo Tract 0. Section 17 Towmhlp It South. taxes for UK roan IMT to 115$. both locluoln, amouatliw to Mta,
gold to ..Chapter. .t atN of tir ,-at. ITI of 111 and represents taxes I Runts 9* Ert, oonulnln 10 A... more |lnrlu.lv., amounting to IKIIWS Lot. I to II and tl K 14 |.
v idod W I"T Asia" for the roar IK> to less both Initiative, ..r..... Th> taxes ia b* sold an cvktonc Tow II Hellos. I*. Township U 1.bdnof" r"1 <". T"...hl U fcuX
'-...._. uo* tile following do- ............ t. 11.11.. li> Ccrtlflnlr" No. 'U of !PIT end npnOMIU South Range l. bat, containing, 5 Arn.nor. R.nu. 40 rontnlnliitt/ m ,Arne
rrihod raw o uto la too county at Dado I.... 21 .... 94 ''n $x14 'uW. ttf ...e.lb. ..... fur the rnn ltt to IMI, both or 1 Ion. Tht teira to be sold .rr .\I. ,,r I h... The taxes to b. add arr. .....nor_ **
Suu of Marloa, ,to-wtt : ,I ., II. Towmklp M bath Usage 40 tart I I.nlalnhw .. ... ... _.tho. to IIIII 4/0.01 kr CortlflrMa No. Ill of 1 II" .nd I Inpnmta l.y C.rtlfL.t. No MJ of Itll and .
m WS, Saloon N. TowMhtp H Sooth. 10 ACM mm or.... rat Tenet II h'"a"'I: Section t7. Town- axes for the roan 1M to I0>>. ..n.. ".... far the ,.... 120 Ie ""_.
Vance It PietL _..1.1.., SSI Arms non|: 'I%M ,.. b. add ar> nldrnuod br Cortlfl-i ship M ;" ; 10 Katt. containing; both 'InrliMlni. amounting to 111 IMES 9nrlu.iv... .m..linv InfI.11.. balk
RW .... TaW t.Ir* to b*> Old .l". .vi-. Mir Nil .*. at IMI and rcprcocntt UXMf.r 10 Amore or MM. The Lowell to ... mid. Tend 18. Section it Township 52 Lou I t.. 8
"..... be Cortlffc'.t. N4I of IMO and the years IMn to IM. both ln.lu.lv. .nri'kbin.ril bv CrrtlflraU No. Wt of IMt South. Rann W But, _"In'n.' 6 Arrnon 8bdn. .1 Section. sod 18 10 to.. hi n"
nvnorotl team for the v.."r. 1 l'J2t to IV"both i amoiinlna- 11177 i end, raprwonu axes for the nan 11 to .r...... Th. Uao to bo. (old are ..I. Runty '. Town.hlp 61 bm...
lajc.lu.lv. tnouatlnv t.. I2U4 JH Lot* I t.. IK. Slack I 1. Amd Plat rior.nal.rk I'''. both Inclusive, inuwnttnc to IIII ,....... br Certificate No in of IMI and, l L.o 40.Rnt The ronttl0)00.. .be) 110 Amv..are
ur teases Ibr
534( Section 20. TowLhlp II !South 1 brlnx part of Nh: i of NWfc, .*cIIn Tort IS auction 17, Township M South ropno .ta axes for the nan lots to lost' C.rtllka NaU Told .ro eYloIM I
'- Roan I It Root. aootolnlail. IM Ac... ran. in. Towmhlp I:!! South.. /Ia... 40. Range III East ronUlnhil- Ames mon |both lrjlu.lv.. axes fur thr> 89/0 ?IU foal 'rc:
r ..... "IM.._ lo k.* will ore ..I'j| 'lh. tix- to bo wld in ,...._ .br Cor- a* ..... Th. awns to he mid an ovMmcodbr Tool 17. Section II.IITht.5: South.i in..I.. Y.0lO 6) .
based b rtlftcau No 4IB of 1111 eldRepresents elf 1008. No IT* of IMI and represents axes CortlflcaU No. Ml of HUH and npnomu Ron, I* Bait, ACM non smounlnp t0 500.40Lot.
issue for law _.. ItM to IMI.bntk for the mm loser IM*. .both Inelomrn. i tear for the nan 1M7 to IMI, both or boa. Tho ::\\'in''Jo.: nldoaoodbr 9 10 12. sod 21 9. 2& I. $014.
loelwlv. amounting to "".51. omourtmar H l>"IH. I liHiluolvo! amountlrif to It.U Cortlflcato No 401 of 1021 and ropn-, ..W.. of Section 8. Towmhlp It tough
Legal to I and U to to In H'.... Sukdn. Lou 1 to 4*. Hkicb: t. A.... Flat Flom..I Tract II. Bortloa 17 Township It South,' .onto UM for the nan 117 to IMI .bothInclualro Rann 4* Vast containing W Ai-rM mon
of suction II. Towwklp II Smith Samoa brim NF-H '1'4to\ Sortton Rann It Kart. _../"In. 10 A_ mon amoontlnt to '. '. Of.... The Um u bo auld an .rlrtiamd
..l Bart, nonulnlim to Ares noro or Iwo t:.rtcT. 17.of South Bart.1''1' 'or bo>. The air M h* Said an nkfenordkr / I0 Township' 11 South, br Certificate No 14* of IMI and _
Tho uuo to b. oold an .vloonon kr Cr- The taxn to k* mid on ovUoooM kr Cor. I Iliricow CortlflcaU. No. Ml of IMT and enforce |.. :'W'aIo': : coon/nine/ 10 Ann. cam mel Um for the. nan IMO t* .*''. both.
tIt_ No. ttl of IMI and represents No. MM ot lot and nprmnu Una i arnu. axis for the mart 12 lo 111. both .. 1055. TM .... 10 M Said are r/dooesd lnelu.lv* ......U.. to ....17.
bans 'M the peon IMO to IMI, both ... far the roam IMO to 11. both lnclu.lv, Ucluoln, .....U.* &a1...*. II ., Cortlfksa Ho. IfS of 127 and reps. LoU 1 to I. and II to II hi NN
......., preventing to ....1.. amountln to '*. I Tract 14, lortloa IT, Township II South, mote axes for the nan IM to IMI, both Subda. of Bodies I, Township II loult:
Lou to 11 and II to II. la Select Lou 1 to. II, Murk I, A..... Flat FLwsaFork ''Rann I* But. .. 10 Acne non |Inclusion, anountlnt to 111.11.Trart Range 40 !an.. .....In.... It Ama non
Simdn. of oVorUoo 22. Town.hlp II : k.lnapart of Nit, of NW\*. Section or boa, Th* axes :0" will an orldonmd I It. oo>tk*> It Township It South .r .... Th axes to bo auld an trldiiMd
..... 4* L-.. owulnln M Agree non N. Towmhlp It SoMk, Rnnn 4* Z. by Cortlfbou No. IMT sod npn I |Ran, II test oauio.laf It Anne non, br Certificate. N... IM ot Itll ... __
or .... Th Win to b. laid an *.ld.Mod The Laws to ko. sold an ......neM by Cor.1tlfkwU 'i, Seats texas for tko nan 181 to IMI, both.1.1l..h.l. t or boo The tana to ko Sold. an ovUonoodkr onto Un for th* nan tear, to less bath
by Cortlfleau No It* of lost and rryro.oou No. Ml of Itll and represents town ... tmountlM ta 111.11. I | Cart"I st. No, 4U1 of INI and npnoonU (1..1....,, _.u.. M ft*....
axes for the mn IMO to 111, both for tho roan IM* to IMI, both tnolu.lv. Trort II. ........ Ntt, ....... IT T..... Uno for tooroan IMT to loss, kotkInrlwlvo Lou I to .'. and 11 II and ,
Incluirn, amounting to 141.... amount*** to 14.01. I I .hip. II South, Rann II Emt .....IDI... aaiountlw to 111.Tnrt lubdn. ot Sodium 14. MWK.
Lou I to 4. In N' *S6. of Sortkm1tt Lots I to 4*. Murk 4. A.... Flat FiorinaPark 10 Aon mon or -. Th taxn to k* ..Id. to Bortloo II. Toomohlp II South Rann 40 Fast: _11I..1.. .Township. T* It ......
Township It Soudi, Unto 40 rest brine port of NE 1 *
_tal.,.. to Aona non or .... Th.toioi Towmhlp II South, Range 4* Eart. and npmoota taxes for tho roan lost to or ..... The taxes to ko sold. an ovMoaoodkr kr Certificate No. in *rtViww
to bo old an .._.... br CortHlonto The' uin to bo alit an ovld.ncod br c.1I1ta. I***, both /.. ......, _ndn. to a 61. I 11 Certificate N.. IT* of IMO and npn.aoaU Seats ton for Ui Mt *f INS Itlt and __
.. MT of IMI and nynnoU issue .. .... Ill of lost and rrpnaonu taxn Treat It, Sortkm IT, Township II South tono for the ..... IMt to I.... bothlatlialM ...... .*. amountiM* nan to Itt.4*.to lost, both. .
for Iho roan IM to IMI, both loclo ln.TTSV for tko Wants ItM to III, both .. ../.*. Reno I* Fags, . I* Actor non I Ior aaMrautliif to II.IT.Trort .
.,.... ._.lIn. r N .1. I I boo TIle Una to ko cold on jirldaooodbr it, Subda. of NK S.rtkMt t*, Ut II, I. NW,( Sere. .t SortkM. 1,
t-bdo. of SortUiU. Loh. I 89 I" liters .. A..d. Plot Florovis. Can"..... ..... 171 of IMT and npn.oonu Townohlp M torth RannIt fast' eon.talnlat Townoblp It ....., 4* ,F.*... mm
Township.iO\ 4* Boot, oon. Fork below part 06 NIL% 06 Now\%. Suction axes for the roan INS to IN*. both i 10 Aaron noro or .... The -ton* UlalM 1* A.... mon ... .... Tho tam
tolnlnf 10 Am mot or a... The ton.k I*. ,....... H South Ronn 4* .....Ifmlmrn, _..tl.. to III.... |I i to bo told an .......... kr Certificate No. to b.* add an orkborod br Cartlfbato NO. .
> h* told an mildewed kr Certificate N*. Th Uin ta b* sold an ovldoacod br Cor-l I Tool II. Sobdo Nye( sense tt Town. I all of IMI and ........ tout for toorran MM of lOll and npnoonu tam for the
IM ., IMI and roproMou tan* for Ihonor. Whole N.. Ml of IMI and npnnnU aroma'thin It South Map It Laos OMitalnlnir Ilia to III*, both ... ......, ootoantan roan late to Itll. both loeI..,... amoaatt
IPto M IMI. both IMI..,.., ._... for tko roan III to 1IM both /..'......[ I* Am mon or .... The ton to bo. laid I Ian te $1.1f. ) left to ....I.
:, a ". ._.lI.* to II.t*. Ian r *rlo>nMt br Cortlflcou N... 41 *fi, Tres II. ...W.. ef NI(,. ........ J.. Lou 1 U I, and II U M' fa IW\t
'\ Uu ( and ID. lo Nw34 Suhdn.: So*. Lot 1 to ... Blork t. Amd. Flat FI......I' toll and npnnnU. axes for tIM roan, Township It South. R.np at Fact. cow .u 4,.. of Bodkin 5. Towmhlp M lout* .
Uoo N. Towmklp U South, Range Eart.ooaulaln I Park, Wag tart.06 NEH of NW%" Sortlon IOM to IMI, both lndu.lv*. amounting to I II alning I' Acres mm99 r ..... TM team 'Range 4* EM*,'_1.'.. I* Aono mon /
to Ama, own or .... Th .1, Towaohlp Sooth, RIM 4* Bart. I" IS. 'II Mold ovtoViuod kr c.nul.... N.. or ..... TV .... to bo mid in "Woun d
tam to bo told an orldonood by CortttIcaUNo. Tho taioi u k* Sold an evidenced by UorlUrlcau I Treat II. Section IT, Township M South,' 14 of IMI and ropnnnu taxes fur tt. by Card'...... ..... lit of 111 sod rope*, ,
tit ot lost and nproomu u.o> fur No M4 of loft and npnoonu Umfor Rann It Bart ...... n''.. 10 Acres mon roan IMI to It!*. kotoracluolro, amounIn. .. rwnu axes /or the. yan Itlt to IMI, both
i, tn rron IM to I.... both Inclusive, the roan IMO to look bulk hulu.lv., or a... '!'IIe.._ to ko laid an widowed i .to lit 01. I. ""'., amountla. to 190.14.
hmaantlny to Itl.TT. amounting to II.0*. I IL I br Cmtlfloou No. 14 of lots and npn.' Tend 14. Section. 1. Township M South LoU I to II and tl to 14 In NW*,
I Lou II and II, In NWH ...boI.. of So* 1 Mon II. Township II South Rann 4* Eart.aonUlalnf Slack T, Amd. Plat Florana Park, Win., I lmlu.lv!: estimating to It.M. ot.... The taxes t* b* said an .vtdonordbr Rann 40 Fast, ....ta.nl.. M A._ mon :
to A.m non or .... Th part of NCU of N W Sit. Section 26. Tow,-:: Trod I*. tfectkm 07. Township. II bulb I CortttlcaU No. (71 of less and __ or Im Th urn to.Mof-: an ovMoncid
: ounce U 'b* "i'M'r. Ortlfk.uNo. ship II Smith, Range 40 EMt The Loans ..... It Cart _..'.In. 10 Acne mon i Santa axes fur the roan It!! u lilt both br Certificate No. IMI and npr '
1 MO of : UM foe, to b* old an ovMrneod br Corrlf InU No.'', *r .... Tho ton to b* Said an ovldonord' inclusion. .oiountln. to 10.IT.Trart nnu tat** for tho roan loll to IMI. halo.. '
MM nan l'm to 1110, both laclwrn.amountln. I IM >f toil and represent Un for the br Cortlfteoto" No 171 of IK7 and npn.wnu IB, Subdn. of N34mea40. M Inclusion, "7,t lo |4t,4*.
I to IIITTLou rmn IMO to 111, both lnclu.lv amount"LoU UXM for tho nan 10i to IMt, both 'Township II South Ran, I* Cart, oonUlnlnt Lou 1 to and II ta to m SE4*
v'' II "to M In NWU Subdn. ot &a : '. :I I lnrlu.lv. ......ntln. to 111 4.. 10 Acm non or..". The' tam ...bd... of Section I, Township u month,
lion It. Township || South. RannICort. wt I t* 41. niock I. A..... Plot Fiona, Trent II, ....... N*. Section. 17, Town to W laid in widowed br Certificate No' .. 40 Rest, containing' M Acre mon
maintaining 40 Rune tare ar I ITh. low Fork brim part of NE'4 of NW%. SortlonM hip It lout. Ran. II Bart ...tal.... 104 of lOtl and relaxant axes for the oa ..... Tbo axes to .. Sold are vtd.arod
t t Wes to bo SaI4.m evidential by Uor.' Towmhlp II South, Rant 40 Enl.Th Ill Acn* mon or boo, Th. axes to bo oohlan nan I02H W toll both Inclusive, amountIn by CortlflcaU No. 164 of lest and repn.wnu .
silicate, No. got 9t 1981 end restatements team to bo laid an nldcnnd' br Orllflriu cvldennd. br Certificate No 401 of to M tt. lease for the roin IMO to ml. both
;" sow for the years 190 64 late, bob 19190ve 1 No IM of IMI and rrprmnUu IMI and _.....fa axes for tho nan Tract II, .II....... H%. t.rl40. II Townhip .1) 1..1...... tmountlnc to 100,II.
'\\I / SSauntl11r to N'l U i!1 > fiu the rnn IMo to 1980. both In- 111I0 t. 1990 both owl.0I.,. amounting to It South R.... It ,.... containing Lou to II and tl to 14 In SB1",
Iub, 21 and li. In ,, Rubrin of Swllon 1 In.lvc) amounting U ".05. '1.11. 10 Am mon or.... The taxes to br mid, Subdn. of Swthm. a. Township II back
It Township It South. Exact0 Tract I I. Kiibda. NH loctlon I. Township Tract nSMtloa IT, Towmhlp' 12 South.Acna .n orktannd br Certificate No. last of Range 40 test, conUlplnp 80 Aim mon
sod, contalnlnl/ 20 Aem nun or 1_. I! South Rann II Past conUlnlnc 10 Mop 99 Fast. .o.aInlnt 10 morrcvldmrnd IP88 slid nprmnu UIM for the or 1 t.... The teas Ui be sold an evidenced
.' T h. Un lo fcr wild an mMonood by C... A,... mon .r.... The UXM U k.. sold or ..... The tear Iu he .00d an 1011 to Itll. both lnclu.lv. amounting roan to CertlflcaU N n. Ml at loll sad npro
tlflcau No Ml ot lost and MprroonUtaiM i ... vlnrncod br CorllflcaU No 141 ot b9 C.0lflest. W", .0. -* nwl. -nd op9. |l.18. I settle taxes for the years ItM: to IMI both
; for the roan logo to Itll. both In- (1910 ind r.pin.nt. UXM for the roan mats taxes tot the .. 1927 _. 1939, both NH Tend IB II....... of N%. Sortlon M lncli ./... ....o.U... to 141 41.
.1...,.*. Miscounting to III.TT. 1MB to IMI both lnclu.lv., amounting tol lnclu.lv' amounting. to I*U. Towmhlp 1 II South" Ran, 10 Eml oonUlnln. All Sortlon II Township M South, Rann4o

LoU II aad 14, In NWVi Subdo. ot Sw- 00.5)l l. Toot II. Section IT. Township It South, ;. I Acm moro or _. The U 1:..., oon..I.... 140 Acre mon or ken
: Uoo' II, Township II South, Mow 40 Ext Mot. I b\'a.\ $1 S8 toll': swum e Mop It Emt: onnulnln. It Anno mon to bo sold in ovldoaood br CortlflcaU NITI M., The team to m old an ovkbnord by Coo.tlflrau .
oooulnln.. 10 Acres non or _. Tko. Township I : .. ;.., 09,41.. : or .... The tana to b* old an *vlo>nrodi of IMI and represents Un for .... ( No. Itj4f lull sod npmonU
loam to oo said an evidenced br CortKI-. Ito ".. No. Ml of loll and nproornu U>M b. Sold *n rvld.ncod br Cwtlflcatn No IIof tana for the nan 1959 to IMI both IB.M. .1...., amountlni U HIT II.
.. for tho roam IMO u IMI. both 1..1..,... IMt and npnotnU team for the roan i lnrlu.lv, ._nl.. to $..7. $:Tract I*. Subn. of N(4. auction It..1 LoU I to 1. and II to tO ,In NEM,
G accounting W III,77. lull .U lill, both ...1...'... teal IM toIMt i Tract 14, Sortloo IT. Township It South Township It South, Range II Knt ana.Ulnln. ."..... of trustee II, Township It South
Lou 1 to *, In SWU of SortbmH. both rnrlu.lv. amountlM t* |4t.IITrart Units II Emt, ountalnln.{ 10 Am mon I Acm mon or .... The. Rage 40 !an.. nmulnln to Acres non
; Town.Ho I II SouUi. Rama 40 KM I, $........ NV,, Section. I, Town or .... Th tan to b* laid in oldomrd. to b .. an evidenced br Certificate No. or .... Th. Um u bo. laid an vtdnMd
I, _I.'.. I* Acres more Of.... Tkotana kip U South, Run, It Ent, maintaining. kr Cortlflnu. No. lIT ., IMO and npn.nnu 171 .of. loll and represents Un for to*I br Crtlflcu No M* of IHl and npn
to bo laid an ovhbnood br Cortlll- 10 Arm mon or boo The teem .to bo Mid UXM far the nan 12 to IMI. .both roam IMI to *". both 1..1..,. amountIt MOU UIM for the ran IMO to .*... both.
auto No M4 of IMI and npnoonu team oro vldmord br CwtlfloaU. No 101 otIWI instates. .......11... to II IT. i9a $5.44. '..I...... amounting to |BO....
I.t fan tho roan IMO U ,.... both lnolu.lv. ind roproo.au taxes for the nan Treat IB, lUdloa IT, Township It South, $: Section 09 .._..h''.. II ..... PAWN Luu t ta> II and II to II In KEU,
amounting to HIM.Lou lilt' U IMI, both lnclu.lv. >. amoaatlan M Rann II Ent. .. II Acres non Ent ooaUtnliuT. 120 A._ mon or ..... lawn of Section/ II, Township It South
t and lo, In SW4! Solid of SM- '1'.16. or .... The team ta ko laid an widowed Th UM to b* sold an *vktancd br Crtlfloato Range 40 Foot, ...tal.,.. 10 Acm non
Show ... Township II South, Range 40 Bait, Tract llT ...W.. rl<4. Section .. Tow, by Certificate. No. Ml of IMo and npro.Rann No. tot of Itll and ar b... The taxes to b* sold an *rldmd
"- ". ell Ama mon or boo. Tko .kip II South. Ronn It r..... _../. .* wen taxes too Sao J one. INS .60 1919. bah for the roam IMO to IMI rrpmonUUIM both InI by Cortlflcato No Ml of loll and more
ton to b* sold an ..{"meal br Crrtlflat It Acres mon or .... The fixes lo b* 1001..,... ..alattnn r 1S.17. I elu.lv/ *. amounting to UTtll.Nttj onto team for the roan ItM to IMI, both
No 44* of list and Npnomu team sold tn widowed by Cntlflcot No. ate Trail 11 section 07l 7ownohtp go South, ( Soetlon 10, Township M South, InrliMrn, ..."..... to 141....
for the Stamps IMI M lose. both ..,..,... of logo and movements tain for the pooh II Kait ooatalainf 10 AOMO ..amr Moro It $nart ." LoU 1 to I. and II to II In WWI4.0ubdn. .
omountlnc M to II.*.4*. mi to III, both Inoliann. aow.ntln toU .I-.. "a axes r be. weld are evdencod or bo. The team 1\2: AM art I ot Battles II. Towmhlp It South
t lau It and II, In IVV, ...boI.. of rV- .70.Trocta. ... __ denims b CrtlflraM N' Mil of ..... 40 lass .wnulaln no Anne mon
+ .... II Towo.hlp1!! South, Rann 4* Fed 14 and in, Sortloa I. Township II ""by t5... f r i:1...1926 to ISI both represents tarn for the* lost lost to IMt and or -. The taxes to bo Said an Oxide led
ooaUJnlnii t* An mnn Of..., Thotana South" ...... It Root ooaulnln 10 Acna Iwludw. a.00mtse eo 111.01. both ....... .*. ammunition nan to 117111.Svt br Certificate No. tot *f last and npn.ornu .
to ba sold an nldonnd. br CortUUnu mon or boa, Th taxes to bo Mid anovlonwod Trade M and tt ubdn. Sortloii IT Section 10, Towmhrp" II South law for the nan I9na151, koth
No Ml of IMI and wpronato team br Cortincau-, 114 of lose Township U South: Rann I* 't. oontauj Rann I* Eart *...Io'DI.' lit A.or ... mon '110(2141.( 5000,11,, 64 .:. :
for tho roan IMO to loss both Incluotn,I Bad "Presents dam for Soon logo to low I* A.rro non or l..o. The awes to bo 1_ The total to b said ovldroord lots t to 11. and II ., 'In N*<4,
._tl.. to '".ft. Ml. both lm-tu.lv. ..:,:tn. to 114.41. old an oHdonnd br C.rtlfk-.to No, 4M of kr Cortlflnu No. H4 *ot last an and ........ of WtNM I*. Township It .......
Lou II to 10 lo SWU Subdn. of Srtba Tract II, _... .. Township II Sooth.Uan IMI and npnooala axes lot the nan team for the ItM M IMt nproorau bothIncliMlvo Range a* _.. containing. M A".. mon
n, Town.hlp II South. Rann 40 Mgt ooa.toinrna ., I* Las. oonUlnln t* Ama mon 1MUM* IM, both I...1..4,... aooountln uTrart ..._....Perm to 1171.It.I or .... The Um to bo Mid an ovMrrd
4* A._ moro .r.... Th ton* .* .... The taxes to W. add an ovhbnndby 'I I All Section II. Towmhlp It South Range br CootI,..... No. Ml of lost lid npn.mu .
to k* .... ar* ovUoaood .br (:Mtif..... No.4M CorUfkat No gig of IHO and npn.inU M. Subdn. N%. nWtlooi IT. ToWW.ohlp It Ent _"'.1.. I4. Acm mon,or bm.Th axes for the roan title to INK both
of loll and represent ton for thonan ton fop the roam ION toIM*, both II both. Run.. H Ko.T ooatolnmi foxes to .. Sold art evidenced br C.rtifbato nclmlv* amounllnc to $ .".
IIMi to tWI both ll.clu lro .... ...... Lou i to I, and II 4.101.
amountto UrliMlv*, amountlntt to IT i 1 Aona Of.... Tko axes to bo No. tu* of SWU"
to :j6-' -lit ......... I, Towo-kl* II Sootk, Rann old. an evidenced kr certificate No. IMof UXM for the nin tees I..ii'-c-: : S....... of Sortloh 1*. Township It South.
IOM *od M, In SWH ..104.. of So*. It 1 0o.. .""tal.. IM An awn *r boa lest and more to axes for She roan Imln, amounting to IU7.7B, Rann 40 EMI _..In I... M Acm awn
Uoo '1. Towmhlp II Sooth, Range M BOM. 1$. UXM to ko MM on _..6 kr Cor.Ifkau last to lilt, both llMlu.lt*. tnoaatlnf t. All Sortloa II. ohlp It South, Range W boo. The Um to b* ooM an urgencies
. 9"t1451at. .o A"es own Of.... TM N* It* of lilt and npnwnU tan ...... n Boot, _..1.1.. .** Acna non or bM.Th by Ortlfbau. No. tod of last and awes
.... to bo ..... on told>oood br CortuV far Iho own IM M IMt, both Inoloaln, Trort II, Section IT, Township U both axes to k.. MM an i hbm.d .ky Cor.tifbau woes axes for the room ItM to IMt, botkUKlu.lv
. ... No. MT of IMI. and ......" Uin faa,914,0 4. 1179.81.0W I Mote I* Raot. OMUInlnx 1* Atno non No lo* of Joel sod npnornUUm .. omountln. to IM.1*. .
fro- the roan IMO to IMt, both I........, PMlon 14. Township It 1oat .,)or k... Tho axes io ko sold an nktaoood to tho. Tows low to IMP, book I.. Lou t to 11,and II to II. la ..WI4.ef ,
anotMilliit so tI,.". M..I* It Knot ponUhlM IM Aon. mono .kr Corttfbato N... 17. of IMI and npn.I .lu.lv*, amountlna-* MITT, lubdn,- Brtb I*, Township' II ....'b.
.t tAM II aad ... la IWK ........ of S.II. .,. bo. The Same to ho old an arid,and I oonto team two tho. court IMt to Ml, both' All Section II, Township M Rno Range 40 gook wail,. M Acre mon
, .. t!. TowMblp M Sarah Ita... 4* Zeta, kp Certificate No. 411 of IMt and ropn.omu .. laeluirn aatointlu to 111.11. It Bart oontanliuj (40 Am nun or or ,-, The Um to b* ibid are vkkmcod
,, oo.ul.ln.' tt Aant mon .. .... Thoto. U.M : tho non IMI to IMt kotkmrlmrn Tines M,, Sortwa IT. To nohb> H bunk' The team to b.* wM oro rrtd.ii.od by kr CartlfhvU-. Ml ot IMI ad npn.wnu .
.*, to bo ooM an **Uoaod by Cortrll- ..:. ..) to M* $.. I 1"_ I* Raot. oontalalntl;! I* Anne mover 5lfkam Nw 10'1 01 1181'010 .., UIM tor.tbo non low to IMP, oo>h
: sow No. 47* of last and npnorato tam ,, All Si.tmo I*. Towmhl II Sooth, RaanEon. .law The axes to bo outd sot nbloaood ton for th* rmn IIalMln. ... ao 1_. bulk .IncknHr _Ill.. to 14*.41. .
for Sao roar IMI to IM. koth la.1amoooUnai .. .. oMtolnmt 14* Acres non or boa br GortUlroW II... IM of IM pad ropn. *mounting toIMT.M, Lou 'I ... *. and II to M, I* SBI(.
to II*.... Th team to ko sold on o.ld.m. br 0... loci team gap ** gap Iftl *. '"*, WU1 I All ion(" 14, Towmhtr n both; Mbdo, of tertian U, Towmhlp M South,
n' '* 1 to 4, In ICt4 Sukdo. of Burkina III.... Ho.' 44* of loll and ropnooauUOM bMlualn, anouatlnoT. M ..*..*. I M Boat .ont.l.l.aAon* man or. Roon 4* Emt,:: '":w" :.. mor*
: Towaohlp U .. Ronnie, 4*- Ro.t.oooUnlao J for the yon IM to lilt, bell m. SV, _.... IT. Townohlp H Sooth ftaaa*> The UIM to he MM *n iitdanud br ;or4na Tko k* w ld:oc.dV .
n Alaska raon Dr.... Too. -..... amaowMntr to MM.... | n -.. sisals. IH Aorot non or .... Mflrau No. M* of 1911 and ve < c-lIr.I.| .. ..0*. of IMI *nd vwtjokto -
taut to k* rid an o.lili.ii. kr Crtir" 84 Samoa 1 T..rhIt a1 _do. Sense The axes to ko ooM an orMoooad kr C.. torn la. the nan loss lo tot, bothI : Law '"rtlw nan IMO to IMO. both
pale MS of test aad ropnointo taxot 2 _s .-.1.1. 900 Apo" earn r Iwo Uflnto No, 4M of IMI and represents I .1 amooatliir t* .... a-omlaouo 0NA% :
'. t r too w ran IM to. last, bock taolootn,. t. law U M Said aro nUoaoo br Co te rwf.o...t0. rm IrM to lift,. kola 1.. -a.ii. It, '. ..r..h. l. 'Ilir.r:: to U. sod lit to. 14 hV 891%.
__II.. H MI.MLoto ll'...* .... 4Jr t WU sea rmniiato : 1171ft.. I* Last aoatalolM tta AMO otoeo. oo- SAtlok Jl. townohltV M bath,
. t I to a n S> ubdo. ot ootttoa -.000 tap tho rrarr IM to lit*, both ,..f :> M-c..hl. II Soola. Ramn TM komld an ooUomod M Rmw* 14 .... -........ M Aom toonr
, j tt. Tow-hip Tl SoMh7Ran 4* foot, OMtolntof > 0Ma0. tawnatla* to UTI.'" :\1 1* Root oaa..I....* M* Anne non or ....',' iJt wt ofi 1061 snd ..p .o kwav '!'IIe.._ to ko. aoM ..g irlMnrad
I M A._ mon or .... Tho tan Trart U .uWo. N%. $>Mloo i It. Town.' Tho tout to bo add an orUonood .by Cor.Santoai note i Paw 1906 a Ism bath ky Oortlflcato. No. lot ot lost and Wpn.Mnuitoo .
. t W oo mid on orkboood kr Cortlfbato No. Alp' U Bowlw aairo M hot, .oaokkrlM 1If...ito. "'" 4M of 1111 teal __lit,ohoo.., Bookmaking tt..0N.pn ** for the roam IM t* It**.. .rth
t *>P .. IMI sod monsoon taoot tor MM ia Aim owe or low The acme M hawld axes i for .... nan 1IM t" ,.... both ... Lose I to t, aod I* M M toHR<4. awkdn.lltoo I Imlirtvo Sentencing 14*.4k -
roan less to stew both tool Corttflrolo N 411 alnolM ; sold tap 004140.0;tonthor wttk
} sot .Nand kr 'e.eu04.4 to I1TI.II .. Twwmhip M Sooth ouan 4 all
-a. ;to UI.M. of IMI and n ioMiilrtomo fur tk* ooaraIM Tool I. Suodn. US. Srrttotl I. '!'ow.. Faro, __/I..* 50 A0.00 _"v :d tkiiaoaot *mlttm) .rdN belbwCCo.1
tnu and I*. ..11:1.--: la ,... bell locluohro, aaMvatin toHTraH aka It Sooth, Raan I* Boot, aonulaln' TM loam to wMM oro ortoVnood] by'orlI 1 MM to tho bhlhoot "-
tl Toormkbi M $ : I* Aorta mon or :* faces to bo tifbato No IM of, .* npmntuI M Nb"/59iami i on the "In day ot ...,.
pleat I* Aon non or :". Tat Uses I, ....... IT. ............ M IWtX.o n .vlo.u.id by J:1fkoa" 4. No. tit of IH tana fat the roam ItM'I0'IMt. boll n- M the boor of t.. oVIoohIM
to .. Sam ... -.... .br <'wi"..... No. .> .o> M Coo,.. aMtalalaoT. 1* Aoro KOI and ropmooU ton for the nan IHl to *hot-*. amusements to .....*. .-aft01 so" u-r r w same
$4* of IMI and npnoonu tana for the a.., Tko u>w to ko Mid an a M.aoodkr l"*. both Imlnln. amoontlM to III $9.c. I t .... 9 "" II r t4 I. )1114.'I may M touched I. 4.. _
roan IM t* IM*, both 1.._",{ anoMrkin Gortlfloato Mob ttt of IM Bod rep .. Trart 5,1140..4 NH, oWtlo II. Tows.hack oaken of aVMUooT *. Towmhlp" ....... Voted at 02100Fbrd0.. this .... 11014111
to 111.TT. omta k>M for the roata IMt to ..... ship II Sooth, Russia, T* Boot. sustaining Maw 40 15. -0.1.. lot Aerr ow day of April- tots.
Lou M end It fa SIU Subda. of lortiooSt. lealoo/w/ a49tag M .:. .' I* Ann awn or .... Tko tam to W will w Ito. The ter 10 M mid am ..I.. IL lit LlATRLRYAN.
TowMkh U oolk, Raoaio 4* Ka t. solar: .I,' an nUoaood ky Oorltflcoto .... It* of told oomwd ky CorMllcato N.. Mt of Itfl and Clark" Caere.r017 .
Ulaln t.. Aon* nor or .... Th* a ..I and ripruinto Yang for Iko rian lost to npnwou torn for th* roan IM t* IM*, :- 0nCharlie. 1arids.
to k* MM *n evidenced .kr CcrtUbou N., ot boa. TW sense to W taU ... ..fd..a I .., laclualn. amoootlM I both toe_.., -..... to ....M.i IC..... ...,
_IU of IMt and represents tan for th, kf Corttflroto No. IN of IMI aid rep d11037,9r 1 I. SoMtoa It, Towoohlp I 981buth.i Laos 14. S nod II to M In Net" %. IIr p Fox 118154 ..
won l.to to IM*. both lu.lu.lv, ._... orMa fame ror tho roan I" to IMI, bulk; Roam I* Boot .oautntnf I* Aces mon ......., ot Smtloa t, Towmhlp' II Sooth. Published Apr. '. 1 14., I.
IM to ,1\.,to (ncl"19oa l .* to It U.Trart .I I or boa Tk tan ta b* ooht an .'Local Mop 4* Fro oonUlnlnAorm caws
Lou II M H, la SIS Sukda ot Battles V ==:. NH. oX-Uoa IT ...... br Cortlrlroto N*. M* of IM* and npi*- or M... Th* ton* to bo aold an ovtdoaood
M. Township II Sooth Range 41 KM oootalnlnf obis U 5991.. .._ M Root, natalaln., MOM MUM for In* non IM* to ISM both kr Cortlfbau No. 11 *f IMI ood ropn. COUNTY JITIKirS COURT: DAD
M Aoloi. Rower boa Tn U.nto ,104 Aoroi ,stew or km Tko aces to kooold tiKiluorn luooootlM to M It. Seats tana for Iho nan I two* IMI .both jjTOUNJT, FLORIDA. No. tit*.
W DOW are evidenced. br Cortlftnto .... aro . ,04. of less Sod MprM.au torn for tooIM IMt and roproooato taaot for tho foanIMa ..hh> U Sooth, Ronn It took oooUlan*i .... 6tomlks.4f to It, la NWH CHARLES: H KI.V, Swum..d. _
no" to IMt, both ........., on****" M IMI both laelaoloo oaatlM HMTrw It Aetna man or .... The tan* to bo sold ...... of Sortloo *. T_. U Sooth HOTK OF 11(75.78914 TO 10L$9 A0.
{, I on otryooood br Canln.... No MS of rate Rann 4* EMI 6 motolnlo M Am .... PLCATION OR FINAL D100SARCR
MwLw IM.d n a .EU StoU*. W ....ark, a, ..... M,,. aoMbw It. .....1.1 I and r.pimou tax** for oho nan IMI to M 1... Tk ton* sold an eald..md H...... 6 1.949 14i thus I will me Y0
.. LL TaonMhty I* $... Roan 4* KoM, ooantair oktotola 01 loMk Ramo I* Eoofc Tho UMaoW ,' IM*. both rorbolnk amooolbif to |...*. :lay CMtlfbato N*. tM., IMI pM.p.a 111Io day at .,., A. 0. 111% arr"t .0 the
t* Aon. non or IM*. The Man. ai* wMmOesd br Cortlnoato No, Trort. 4 ood T swum It Town.hlp IIooahy 'mum Mm for tk* roar 1M* to IMt both Resolvable W. P. B. m.... ea..", Judge 06
'to b* add or* .vloi..d by Cortlfbato N.. sax ml IM* aW roproooato soar for thoroar Raan t* knot, oooulaloo t* Ares ImlmKo.' amoootlmi to *4MT.t 0-116,40-my 1arM*, car Fossil aspect ..d
''S2 ., IMI tod nvnooato MOM 101 ... IMI to IM*, both ........... aoiloat.to ma* or b0... Tko tan to bo nd are ortdiamd tLou I to t Spot II to to, ra I.WC4. 7o101 aa .M ask tax w .p.wwt of "man
t' to IM*. both 100......, InoT > II.II.o by Corttrtoou No It* of Ins and, _.. of Sorthm *. Towookto II I II /oath.r God ....., 1- Final Durnam ra tho
'C"n.: ?too* l Mlot> It. ,..",. ,., M loolli, fHPiiiou tarn lor loo rn IMT to IM I,, Raan 4* ...... --... M A.m Uto o( Carla ... Blr. DOMOMO> -\
: : $.bda d n..1.w 8.... II .., ..Ol 1.4. 16 both ImluMvo, ooMoatnit to 111.M, i I haw Tko Um to bo mtd M* DOW March (, A. t>. 1at
r-n.:4 Rao. M sac, 1w Ito TM home to M old am ovinscus"b Tsar 0> Sokdo. NVr. SoMUo ow. T w -I ky CortaThmto Hoi lot of-IML oo4 i Va. A :\..,. I'I'A.
j j'r boa. The toon Co"NMa. N. lie 06 1958 sad not.w ..* M Sooth, ..... M Root aonUlnlm; 5..89 far w Pas" Now be .-. bon. .. A..uhort """""
w *. *"* "** bah I* Aim non rter.'Tb164t.a89 b ; --.f'
CortlfbMto No. oonto team games OMd- Ldes.9. am.1sU4 to 040,00. I ..... 06 CIioNtoo 0
'010 M lost .ad lea" 04W ... ae4"1r.wont to 1.51. 0..gsd.9wd or 11.5444.0. 84.106 we Spot j ....'..". II. .Ir.
pwm.IS" 2.J00.Mq .........r t add..M 1111. 9.98495 IT. aam> 9.9ya.ettS 4.e"a.d lop alt* pap, 1911 19 ...... ." ..... ... ........' .... .*..K.$4, M t Ay* tj 14,ufSTSvf

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Friday May 5, 1939 .. .THE LEADER. ENTERPRISE raze Eleven. ''

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.. I LARS riBOROt..HABBIWON. IWfcndant.' RATE: first Insertion 104 line; subsequent Insertion

-- -- ---..... TO i LARK OROKOR HAXBRSONl I Roll. a tin
:1 dente Coknowa.
CHURCH third and fifth ,
Sundays at f a '
I IT U ORDKMED: that rat flit Few ar-, /
Homestead-Dr. J. E. Johnstone m. and 7:30: p. m. / thathe Itk dar of Jun. A. D. .r
taxes and liens paid.
psstor. Sunday school at 1.45: a.1 I Princeton-The Rev. J. E: Wal- I' th.IMI abin M ."M tour Complaint, otherwise or Diverts t dom la FOR RENTFOR 20Aib In Homestead, mostly in j +

m. Preaching at 11 a. m. and : ler. il fro 'waiting rvo.'
pastor, preaching at 9 Hmmemad
a. m.;;: I lat .ILrF6ntraM: r k .....1' Downer Palms No. 1. Many have
p. m.; B. Y. P. U. at 6.30: m. RENT-4-rooru modem furnished .
p. Sunday school at 10. I I seta ao tko kM into wdor sidewalks. All of them for ,
Prayer services Wednesday at 7:30 lihail b. id> a week for toot, or unfurnished house on ,
METHODIST EPISCOPAL; 'I" week". Ntranja read. Inquire J. 2500. All taxes and liens paid.
m. Mrs.
A This Itth dar of Arm. A. D. IMf I! TO ACRES on Biscayne drive near
Florida City: Community Church C. B. LKATHERMAN. u Clark ot F. Himmett, Hospitality House. "i" 1
Gould*-Th Kv. Noah Peterson : Crrealt CowDado tooaly. Florida I I Modello one mile east of Newton

pastor. Sunday school at 10 -the Rev. C. G. Nelson, paitor | Br B. H. RICE Jr. Deputy Chwk.,: (*:8) road only $23.00 per acre. ,
(Circuit' Court
a. m.; preaching at 11 a. m. and Church school at Id a. m; preaching CARR a CARR Real, FOR RENT-Furnlihed small cottage Phone 71: H. A. Cameron, Homestead r !

7:50: B. Y. P. U. at 7:30: p. m. Midweek prayers I,Solicitors' for Plaintiff US N W. 4th Fla.
p. m.; at 8.30 p. m. St (mySU) :i
and Bible study Wednesday at I Apr II: Mar I, IS. It, Oil I ,
Prayer service at 7:30 p. m. Wed- I
: I
nesday. 7:30.: NOTICE OP BALM Of TAX CIRTIPI.CATEI. GOOD ccot roomy apt for rent LOST t tLUSTSpectacles .', j

I Application No. also : Private bath reasonable rate. ,, I
CATHOLIC Redland Community Church- ''Neil.. I. hereby (ton that CkttJor'.Bauadcn \
the Rev. C. O. Nelson paitor. I hat filed with ma written. r*., Ask at Western Union. (ml7tf) partial gold ; !t
l quest that HM ..........,
tat cMlflcatet '
Choreh of the Sacred Heart bows. Reward. Fuller Brush Co.
Church school at 10; preaching at : with. all, ............, omitted or kn>M rotes FOR RENT-Furnlihed bungalow / !

s. II:. Second avenue, Homestead; 11. Xpworth League at 6:3il: Midweek Inctalln the year I"'I. hold kr too Maui with fireplace hot water, new Return to Leader-Enterprise.. llJISCELLANl'O1S
J jotadwrtiord and told to tho klchatt' nlddor 1
the Rev. James Cloonan, pastor. (pmS "I
prayers and Bible study for co.h aa protMcd kr Chapter MM. of electric refrigerator and stove.
Sunday mass at 9 a. m.; week day Thursday at 730.: i UM len Aeu of tilehl.tvNo upon the Fruit trees In yard. .

man at 7:49: dally. Sunday school I,Count f llowl,":.ot ='7'I' to-wlttl tnt I Leader-Enterprise. Ingtllr'eI : i

Sunday following 9 o'clock m.... I'RISBmlUANHoaaea&ea41llI'Ome i I Thew !. Block I*?Town ot Hommtead.1

Cr/mmunlon for women the first avenue at team to bt mid art evidenced kr 0...) FOR SALE SEE AND BUY at Shanklin Varie {i'
imcate No.
lint ot tat and
Sunday of month; for men andboy N. 16th street Bible school at 10a. ( 1' tax. for the nan 111 to KM,represents both In-1 ty Grove West Florida City.

the second of month. ,, .1..... amounting to IIT.IL I 1I (a7U)
*, Sunday m.; preaching at 11 a. m. Younr j| Iold... otttirirataa topMhor with all CHOICE LIME TREES on rough I II

Holy hour Thursday before tint people's meeting at 7:30: p. m. !I.ubwgwsb. omitted or level toin will k.1 lemon root Splendid root syi- '
Friday of month at 7:43: m. Man mid to the. highest" (t the Cowitj I -Mrs. Crubba ; I
I How la Mlamk M .t..1th. oar *t Mar tem. tOe each. Chai. Pratt,1 N. W. 6tn St and tth Ave., cor .
tint Friday at 7:30 a. m. Bene I In,. bonlaalM at the boor ot I* e'.Iri Redland ( '
road. pm26)
diction of the Blessed Sacrament LEGAL NOTICES I*. ..., or a. toon they afar .. the mm ; ner north of Woman's Club.
mar ko roackod In due __ I (aWl)
after mass.CHRISTIAN. U"... .t ........ Florida this the tttkl IF YOUR CAR OR BOAT engine a

SCIENCE ClinCH NOTICE or SAIC or TAX CIRTIPI.CATES. I dar of April, .1929.R. a..LlATHItI..AM. wastes oil and gas, tryOVRHAUL HOME laundry Mrs. Jemlgnn

j' APPLICATION NO. 4111 Clark CI1t Court Takes only 30 minutes 020 S. Krome Ave. r
Notk .
h .
hereby .
and that Arthur Mara, rj
Florida ...
City Dado
-Broadway 0110. ..
agent of the OWII... hat filed. with mo I IClreelt Court Poll to Install saves oil and gas j
Sixth street Sunday school at writes ....., .
Weather wquort that the tau .era By JN0. FENNO= D. Co up to 50"%, increases compression WANTEDDONATIONS
with ill
145: a. m. for pupili under 20 yeara. levied tear InclodronUM tuooioumt roar omitted IMI, told or! Publkh April M t Mar I. l; IMI.NOTICE I and speed. Coati only $U5.'

of age; morning service at 11 bit tin State k* .d_..... and told to tho : Red Thurman'i Service Station WANTED-Frames I ;
I hlihaat bidder for cash or ALB OP TAX; CRRTIFI.CATES.
H provided kr
o'clock. Wednesday evening pervices C!>ap... IktM '"( the 1DIT Asa of the U .I AppllcaUo N. 44IT So. Krome Ave., Homestead. : for glasses for children and I i
which Include testimonial blitun, wo the following described ml, Motto' kl ...."" ..... that Joseph D.I (pall) adults. Also baby bed. Mrs. {
.err '" the Conoor ban filed. with, m. written r. j
and Openly of ads, auto of
of healing experiences and remarks Florida, towtttLu ,Oust that the tawAifbat" tomthw Jane Nesbltt r :

on Christian Science, t p. I n and N, MrCl.ln', tub. (Horn*,I with .11 subsequent emitted or bled sexes FOR SALE -. Tropical plants, ciaao' i : !
tod). The tarn to h. au Iwlndlaif u.. year IM. hold br the auto
The are rrUnind TUTORING WANTED high
Is -
and I
public eordl.ll1lnvl&edto fruit In
m. br Certificate No. ISM of l>1. and .....*. be advertised and mid to HM highest. bidder rus :' tropics I
attend. I MUM UM lor the nan m to '''I. both" for moth aa provided br Chapter 1MM .f Jungle Grove, Redland school and grade school subjects.Mrs. :1
l.. ",... and IMI 10 I.... both iMlwIra,I'Ih. loot *". of the LoXalntar. upon the
May: 7u..n..iermon mountlni to In". luwlne; doirruVd ml state to the. road and Plummetdrive.. I H. J. Armstrong, A. B.

topic: 'Adam and Fallen 1..4 I*, Block' 4. Ewing Adda to HOM.itMiL .I Coimtr; of Dad. ... of florlda, bawls Plummer drive and Country J

Man." I bf CnlflMt The. town Not to 0648 b. of gold 1999 ore and Evidenced m>r. Beet: !w 1/II BS. Town.hlp of BWU 6,of. Rani.git* of II.BE c%IUlnlnp !SPECIAL-for sale, house with 3,I, Club road. 1 '

...!. u>.. for the Penn I112S to IMI .both ; I AIM, lOON or I... The' tonoi bedrooms, living room, dining ICLEAN j
CHURCH OF CHRIST ''Ino'..'.., imoMitlii to ST II. to bo sold ar* nldanool br Oortrf(COM No.i RAGS WANTED Will
Homestead Flnt avenue and Lot 11. Block' 0. I.'... Adds to HonwvtMid. IT01S of 1911 and represents team for t bo room, kitchen. Only $1,500 ;
I Th. ..... Ie be void are rrM. llU't.1SM to IMIk horn inclusive, "''.to 1 e.811.1 I! exchange subscription or -
N. W. Fifth St Bible study at 10 br C.rtmo.t. No. 6140 of lUl and rwTMutt M I H. A. CAMERON for clean rags. Leader- e ,
a. m. communion, fellowship and lots for the yen IMO to IMI, both1lKFln.lv I: Raw NW Car SWU ot tEJM ,
; K 800'. J4T.r. W Tie'. PoS Enterprlw.
*, amounting to IU.1I rhone 7S Homestead Florida
preaching at 11 a. m. Lot II Block' I, Swings A4 >_d. Th. fawn to be mid .... Evidenced minion I M Acne, men or..... Tha U.M (a28ml9)
CHURCH OF GOD br CrrUflf.t. No. 1110 of IMt Md ...>r.. to be S1. "? "!"."< lip Certificate No' ,! i
canto tax" for the years 1110 Ie 1.81. both ItNS ION and ...._... ram for the' SALE-Here'' u.1 Buy a Home
Homestead-60 N. W. First Mlu.lvy amoti.9 to SI4.It. -.. 1011 to 1551. bulk 1..1.. _au... FOR are three I
j' Lot S, Block law to 111.n. I eels below value: A two i ,
Ewing Addn.
0s away Grove Land
avenue; Rev. Geo. Q. Coplin, pastor. .lead. Tho 4 to k. sold are *w = flald boa ....111..." twehr with alit I with 12 'II Buy
Sunday school at 143: a. -to.; 4w Cortlfloate No. 1141 of JIlt and r.pn.Essex .' sabpuo"t Emitted or lord taw will 100 story house rooms,
isms for the ,... 1110 rE,1 .d lost, told to tl.. highest bldoW at the Court; celled, two inside toilets, up*!;' Buy Glade Land f
preaching at 11 .. m. and 7:41: .. both inclusive. ......... Now I. Mlawl. Oft the 11th day 01 may..I l
a111 I stairs should rent for .
p. m.; junior Y. p. at 7; : ,.. IMI. ha. ....1.. at the hoar or 10 O'Ioek balcony; n b my firm belief that Ugh.er

meeting at 7 in ., Chlldren"l,-.. 1=4 to swlsg 100 sold Adds an. to e.w..ed_. mar. m,b., ". srhed w soon in d.o thereafter sear..an the same I: $360 per year Only $1,250 cash.J prices are Imminent 1

meeting 8 p. m. by Certificate Ns 5145 .f p..... at "laml. Florida. this. tilt Both i I Beat ulbbl. about prioa.Don't '
canto team for /h. Penn 1980 :.: :.r= day d "P.IL lela I NOTICE OP APPLICATION FOB TAX: 1
1555 b L B. LEATNERMAN : rile S14SNotlc wait.
1969. bob 1..1..1.. ame.aUst ::.au.1
CHURCH OF TUB NAZARENE b $541.La Clerk Clrmit Coon.4CNenit h that Prod aibton.1' Buy 'now.You'll 1
H Block .. I..... Adds to Riatoad. Lousy, PIsrW.Pr I bower ot SUM and County Tai CeltIfkaUMiimbond I
Ha tei4 Tile Kelt. W. J. s-ablads
>e ..
Court doled tko Its dar otAoitiat
Th. .
taioi to be told are ..ld.o.od I' thank aae for this ...
Parker, pastor. Sunday school at or Cortlflcat No. Ill of lost and npro.1 I NO. PENNO D. O. A. D. IMI hat filed laid Cvtlfb
PvhUolo April II ear In ..flea, and baa mada applloatlontor notion a few months hone
note tame for the roan IIM to 1989. hot1liwlo.lv. : Nor 9. 11 "It. mr
'::45 a. m.; preaching at 11 a. m ., amounting ta II.IT. i tae rid to issue ""' _. In ooaord.naet .
and 7:30: p. m.| N. Y. P. S. and! Lot II Block S, Adds to Komo.1rteod. ( IN TRW riBctirr+' COVET op TUB file 1 with sew said Cortlflento amaraaolUM II. A. Cameron

Junior at 6:39 m. Tho Ui' to W sold ar* orldMoad1kr JUDICIAL CIRCUIT' IN AND roil following.dowrlbrd property..lt.tdis ,
meeting p. Certificate No. Ill ot .1 DADS Dodo Cou. .. riorida, .-.1.I
IN .
Prayer meeting Wednesday. ven- toaaa for use roan IMO M IIM npro.ante boUt No. "'"&-II, CHANCERY. Lot II, Mid..,. a Suodn. Plat Book.
...... .., aimxuKIni to 121 44. GRACE: M. RADDATZ: Plaintiff pan. I7T. In the county ot Dodo, Staid 1'//
ing 7JO: .. .
p. m. tot 14. *. ... ..
Block .
0 Llnotln Park. The ....... DR. AI. A. BERGER
load to 100 sold an settlement by Corti JIIUI/.AR1I'I' I. RAllnATI. 1lefewsat The ooMa.monk of mid properly "
I'I1neetothe Rev. E.!: P. Cowen I WE llOS d 1m std r.prw.ata taxes for ORDER OF Pt'BLICATION the Certificate bawd. WM In the ear ot
tile rears 1095 Ie loss. both 1..1..1.. TOt REINHARDT. J. RAIIDATZ.Tonvm. lI.' i
school at 9.45
pastor. Sunday : smnoting Ie 1'.64. 0/. Gulf lI..... mid. Ortlflt.t. shall ba rroWmodnotordlni
preaching at 10:45: a. m. and ':30Po '- II and 24. Block .. LI...... I'or' N/bola./ BII"Refining. Company to law, tai dead will ..... the_ Dentist

m. Junior meeting at 8:30; young I Ioeoole's The. uses to be sold are old.ned by Vr..I IT Ohio ..Dated on the h't"J.: ..A.i. D A IM D.itl..
Nffeate 1'1.' 1111 01 n. and rproratu IS ORDKRKD that rm flU
meetlna at 6:SO. Prayer I t taxes for the seen Ion to lost- sets_ Iw- PMrtnw I.... IU,, int to tile Fat Bill ap-of B.' H. LEATHERMAN. Office Hours 8:30-4:30
meeting Wednesday at 7:30: p. m. .,...,.., amounting to "'.M." no Complaint. for 41..... In th* above ..>MO Cork of CIt Court. I
t, Lot It Block 1. Proada Adds to JI...m// >UM. otherwise dtcroa pro suntans, will Dado. County, Florida.ClraU
ateod. Tko taxes oold carved against ( Court emit First National Bank
are ridcnc4 t yea. Tb tlomonotdl
EPISCOPAL rr'i STKRrierr. D. C.
I br Cortlftaat No. : of KM and npr*. Uadtr-KatorprlM la dailnatod M toe I Mr N 0 .
St John's--S. E. Second avenue ante maot for the pan IMI t* IMI both lt.wop.pvr 'In_wblck.this ordn thall kt p..., Apr f.4.. SI. Ml Mar S. ISMI BuildingOpen
10.1.., ., 1.. -. .
emanating to 'It.n. wwa 'II' rear ..__
and Fourth street. Homestead Lot S Block I. Ewing Addn. to Rom* -.... NOTICE OP APPLICATION FOB t
The Rev, R. F. Blackford, rector, tits tear to bt sold ar* ovldnurd, This the Itth day 01 Aril A. D. I.... TAX DBPD Evening br AppolBtmtnl
kr Ctrtlfloate No. 1141 of IMI and ropr... E B. LPATHERMAN. .. Cirri fUsed I Chapter IT4IT-AMa at IM -PHo A till l
Holy communion at 7:30: and 11'a.nta ..... for the -n KM lost and Chesil Court Dado County rhea.Circuit Motto b Wnbp irraa that .. W. Christie NOTICE OP APPLICATION FOB!
a. m.; Sunday school at 930. KM to IMI, both In.lutl.. _& ( c-r. soliNP braids of state and County Tax OrtlflcateMo. TAX DIKO. FlM 114*
to 111 II. P. GOl1LII. Deputy CIo... 104 based tko Ilk dar ot A...... A. 11. Notlot h honor slows that Mra. A. J. r
May If-Sermon topic "TheK.h1&'dom I Lot *, Block" S. Ewing Adds to 1.1 CARR 'RI. till ban filed' cam ta mr .ff... and ka McocJiam, Bolder ao sofa,.., ot Clip ot I
lot Tax Wes to k. told are ,.I: 101..1.. ... for Plaintiff.Apr. made application, fore tae dead to be latuadthoroon Miami. To* Certificate Numbered .N..... ,
of Heaven, PerfH' I Iby Oortlfloate N. 1141 of IMI and ..... ( 11. II' Her .. II. IntI Sold Ontlfloate ombraoro KM dated the 4th dar ot 111I,. A D. loss, ko* t
Yon and fnenm.' tone ..." for the rom KM, IMI and.1) foUowIndoi rll>od proportr la the Conntr filed saw C.rtifloa isy off No. sat, W '
I KM to IMS both lael...... oomintlni1If. / at Dada, state of FlorMa lo-wH: mode applwu.4 for tag And to a.th..oe )
METHODIST EPISCOPAL HIM. I I Trot tl. baa Canal Ia ., with Ia... Bald > Bald U4 MrtlflcaUt fcttMnM with all, I Fruit Land Co. Bok.. Plat.U.2.t: &I,..... omhraroa the tollowlnc nVorrmWproportf f
SOUTH ........... omitted or ...... bees will k. I* .. .. T....'.. II Booth Range 4* situated In Dad Ctnmtr ....Ida, f
told highest klddw tk* Court Tot. tonulalnt S Ayres -.. or loaf ,. 6-wkI t tnoaordoac.
Homestead-the Rev. J, J. Richards Hnua to..t'I. on tko th.dar of fa,,! I Cars tho __.t, of D.... Sued florlda.To. Lot N c'i.f.: BIM4 paukUn1 IIM.dlrblon .
pastor Sunday school at 9:45 IM*. krcrlonln nl the boor of Ton .'...... I .oiniiat of told stop pt.. nndor Plat bolt S, pan y
.. m.. or oa oooa thereafter u UM aama the new orrtUteate kaaad WM jn lot pam I. the city of Miami. Comtr of Dens,
a. 'm.; preaching at 11 a. m. and I' ; I"; W, A. .- alas of rlorlda. !
"VatedlTjIl. rTorkuTthla 'II' Famous, lades :so.tiflost, dull be odwmdmeardu0 of mw ands"
7: 30 m. Junior League at 2.30: the alto TasHar R. votes. The .w-m.nt it"t"
dM ot April leas. ".41 area to .low. W *" described the sold Cortal.ate Lard oft is tic sensed
p. m.; Hi League at- f:30 p. m.; E, B. LlA THEIIM A II. I ::. .Ca $575 theM. will be sold b ::highest hill..' U knaw.Univ.s f
the Coon bee dew the first : low CortII..n. be estimated
Senior League at 6.30: m. Click Cheat COOT*. at as war
DOW 0-... I'Iorida. day I. thetsqn th d Jun.. 1990. which bow awed/ate/ M low to deed will lose ties "j
Prayer meeting at 7:30: p. m Wed (oa-tt c-t seat ::"d '= swap' S445 5tk ay .f Jur. 1989. on on tile 17tk day ot Mar. A. D IM*. t
nesday. 1110. ntonfO. C. Dated fate I"" dar of Aprfl III*. Dotal thin 12th of April A. D. Ill. .
h....... Arr.i. Its 'I .... .. i99.. I m. B LKATHERMAN L B..rL tKATHEBMAM,
May Wll a. ..:! 'Borao 1 Burk apart Consul I CWrk ot CIt..tt Clerk ot Circuit Cast

eat Th* rim Thing lat *Ua-- NOTICE TAX or DUD.APPLICATION Pie Illlt" FOR I 1 1NoMo I e :. tor.. ,.dl..._.._ $300 1 I ( .,...i. Coart bd. CeouV.irbde.. Chen Coart amt Dodo ,-". Fl.rids 1

foes bapUunU service foraJolta I. b...... given that II... Oloo>i'Ooro I Bv N. C. BTERRrrr. D. C. Br N.i.Co. BTIRIPTr n C. r
) reception for *wsmnabfrs koMar M oail..M* of Bwnhuht ills P.. .. t4ooeo modest 1 I- (Apr. II. Sll Map S. 11. IMt I (Apr. li. .s Mar S. 551)
Oraloooo Utatrirt Tax Cortiflcou Nu v j ga"Brae tobassM $250 I "
Into the feUewaUp bond 1441. dated the lot dar of Ami. up.

of UM ehonfei her: emainejleav *- A. 0. IHl.0.4 boa flM sold Conlfloata riofttaa
ban ends oppllcotMO for tea j INS .. '
abbtmriato ritual I SMrl -* r battles atdaaiiSJirr.
Son dead
to kawo lH.na Io aaMrda.M with
Will; f l4 Pr set MaTOPttat law Saw OorUflMM oaibraoai the '01_' oxfolaartlas a .+_a S325 STILING
boa ooMrlbad EDWARD
irap.rti. ittmMd kt Dad.
"Tfce ...... of Caesar. Go.otnn.rMo. kxnti

ChiM or stank.' wbteitTo"rha4r. J..ro A SI, Rtes k t IIaI..* Park-ftatok 8.608

directed br Irv Stato-* It of, Florloa.Paia n, to UM Canner ot 0.1;, 1 : : $593 I

sac Lye*. *IH 'safer' iiiiaM To aaaaoaoaaat of sold puiiaiH ...... Real Estate General Insurance I
the Contftoalatiooiid bound L
was %be
'..NAG a* Bkonalmg how. 'I Oakaw.s. U.l.r saw C ones..Down aq!, PRESTON R BIRD

, The' Subtle si .eorwJmlly err n emerging to law, toad ra"wfli| .

='......, I IM.O iwro. IkoMo on to. ttk dM.X Ma v A. >>.i 'MOTOR CO. NOTARY PUBLIC

L" noted Ibis M o.r of Bar A. D. IMKB.
.,...* Fabsl Methods*. coach I. B. LBAl-HiaolAK 0I'P0IIT8 1.55 'ASsaIl r i t

*ar Rev. J. X. Wailer, pastor.i Con c-w.d Commit Coart, I paxnn a BOIOMTBABV\ Ptx : Cor. Palm Ave. and Ave. B Florida City, Fla.r !j

\! Similar school every Sunday. at 10 (CI..N e-. fcojBr > I
, a. m; preaching services on flat, (Mar a. 12. IS. Ml Jam a. INI) ,

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;;. : : Paw Twelve n .. ; ..' TILE tE. DER-ENTERPRISE \ Friday, May, 5, 1939 ,

I{': I ADDITIONAL SOCIAL EVENTS-It ... ....... .... --' r -" I

............ t II. j:11
:VfiJ t J -
'n -
I Ctrl r. Robinson will make Twenty-two member, were O'I'M SO GLAD YOf ASKED THAT'S ONE or rot BUT THAfl HOT AU-
)( ;t' health talk it the Redland P. T. present at the meeting of the South I ME TO COME SHOPPING WIJ REASONS I UKE TO TRADE [THEIR MEATS ARE THEHEINZ YES,

,'It A. meeting Wednesday evening a' Dade Garden Club at the home of /109 PAT/ HONESTLY.THAT / EVERYTHING ft VERY FINEST-AND THEIR AND

J, \ AU committee chairmen will day afternoon.Mrs. STORE/ YOU COULD SEE A NEWCUSTOMER.
read report of the money they D. W. Shetzllne, billboard v YES,ITIS. .
: helve tarred.: work they have committee chairman, reported that 4VM+ 00'
:, ( done and money they have her committee I Is doing what it can

pent Officer will be Installed. to have billboards removed and

,. r Music will be furnished by the called attention to the act that b rl', rh"r
... school band. 21,000 signs have been removed r
.I The executive committee will recently from the highways of qu
t meet at Vetoed Monday after Maryland.The !

,' noon. plant identification commit
,I I __ I tee showed beautiful specimen of N 10
f\ B. P. W. C. TO laVE CARD satin leaf or chryscrphyllum ollvi- .

:; ( AND GAME PARTY MAY Si ,. I forme and cassia gravdis and aeI I .4
ti 'S 3
i Saturday evening at 8 o'clock era) rare wild flower Mrs
r e,$ the Homestead B. P. W. C. TwillS E. Deuel told 1 f 90,000 -
i',. J give the Ural ol a aerie of card brought from California to oeO'1
1 I and -gam parties In Hospitality rid our groves of aphis. TOMATOKETCHUP
: House. Mrs. Ceo. E.Reed gave a l Frosted Food's "Are Coming"Factory .

,.' ?I Bride, Chinese checkers and of readings including twe poems!
; other games will be played. I I written by Mrs. Norman's son I II
V Attractive prizes will be given Wltlard, at the age ot 15.
!'... at each( part and grand prizes will I The next meeting, It was announced Packed !1g. bottle .. $ .. e 18c

':'. : be awarded at the close of the will be luncheon meetI I Sugar ZSc now v
"l}h serlet I I! ing held Jointly with the Woman's I 5 lb bag
ji chairman' Club of in Its clubhouse
'J ) Mrs. A. C. Easton homestead : !
;t. ot the first party. I Ion May 10.Present fiPkgCe
I I besides members al.
W MRS. HASKJN TO BI HONORED''ready named were: Mrs E. J. P. & G.

i BT COUNTY P, T. A. MEMBERS: Norman, Sr., Mrs. Harry D. Wolfe, J.WC fi't't't20C
t( ( Local P. T. ..A member are Invited -j Mr*. N. O. Ball, Mr. W. K. Haas, SOAP, 3 Giant Bars.-.

; \ : to I tea to be given for Mrs.t .1 Mrs. A. W. Jones, Mr*. Wm. Dun- MINIMUM
"t Leonard W. Haskln president of lop Mr Holllster Sage, Mrs. R. J.
i i t the Dade County Council of Parent Shepherd Mrs. Ja*. M. Dobbin, Blue Plate

: t end Teacher, in the patio of Mrs. Arthur Gude, Mr*. H. Buegg, MAYONNAISE pt. JarPillsbury'a Z9 Greenwich Inn
: the Ada Mtrrltt School, 11110 S. W. Mrs. W D. Bishop Dr. Irene ,

4 t1{ Third street, Miami next Thur-, Shanklln, Me*." Lena Brlckley, PUREPRESERVES
-. ; day, May 11, at S o'clock.: I I, Mrs. Joel J. Robinson, Mrs. Grace I' -
'. i : Mrs. Fred Hose, council: hospitality McLellan Smith. Mrs. Annie But- '

chairman has appointed ler and Mr*. Elberta Bute, .

:. .Mrs. E. 3. Dyal. past president ot Flour '
ill; the Homestead P. T. A. to assist MR. AND MRS. J. W. IRWIN 5 lb. Box ZSc 2 lb. jar . 35c
on the serving committee and Mrs. I
,!. ': C. E. Eichenberger: past presidentand '1 Mr. and Mn. J, W, Irwin enter-

:\ Incoming president the Red., talned the Young People' League GRAPE JUICE '
\ land P. T. A, to assist on the ,..'' of the Presbyterian Church at their I
: ",' reihment 'committee.Homestead I i|I home Wednesday evening. Cootie I 10 4 LB.

\ I .. member who can go/ and other game were played. PKG. 41c Z9c
,1; : are asked to notify Mn. A. r. Ar i, The guests Included: Miss Betty 1 Qt. bottle '
Lou Harris, Mia Jane Oatlln, Miss
,: thut local hospitality chairman. .
Mary Thurgelton, Miss Ha Jean (.
:l REDLAND COMMUNITY I I IrWin Misses Elizabeth and Mildred y'o1zd
!! Colored
: ; CLUB HAS PROGRAM Craft. Mine Lois and Dorothy BABY WEE'FREER

; The Rc .I met Wednesday afternoon With Miss Irene Jackson, Mill Wanda J o.
f : Mn. Ceo. Wright A musical pro I Sickle, Dean Sickle, Adolph Lopez but we celebrate It every week! Our Baby ,,
( gram was presented by Mr*. Sam, Jack Gatlin. Kenneth Link, I Dmtrtmeat features the bit of everything, with

S J. Davis and several contest were t Charles Behrene, Lee Gladdenand includingCarnation-
] enjbyed. John Edward. Blair, Richard I OXYDOLlff.pkg..25c
3 CANS >i
: The hostess served I refresh.meat and Jerry Hickson.

,I course i}'f Mrs. Clna Stewart, president of I Milk
Those present were: Mrs. J. A., the Homestead B. P. W C., Mrs. 2 Oc
:RoUierham; Mr R. A. Holm, Mrs.''
\ B. A. Waldin, Mr Flora 0. Myers, t
L. Revel, Mrs. J. Lawrence Scott,'1 I i
: 'Mr* Charles Clinton and Mrs Boned and Rolled
Mn. Davis, Miss I Eva Rotherhamand Lloyd Dells: attended a district j \ AKRAITpnocucr
w 29c
; the hoetess. meeting of District Eight, Florida Veal. Roast lb.. . .
: I I Federation of Business and Professional y --- ------ -- 1"

WANT ADS PAY Women's Clubs In lb.
Lauderdale Sunday Fortll Gold Coin .

) 15c
.. i NiiUM to'anto elm* ttet the hltowhw .crltoi %.d.. w M .,Deb ttimof Hockless tIlse
: 1 orill U pn.iurr lo Yee the wraunt lot OOUUMI DNAINAOI DISTRICT : .8
'" r.. UM poor .IWS. |MN|. wt woilto to UM way tocMJMr with MM wk _W sad. PICNIC IIAMSTEND 2ED: C i
... .
1 \ -.11\IoI.. lll W said M tmbllf turtkm M M..d> the Uk 4v W JIM A. D. I"" I Selected
: M Uw::; 41 U V.lort WOT. M the Sm tow W the IN'ta CMHIT OWN How*. I.
.. t I* Mhrnl. 51.1..1 FlorU
Dwrt4 U.t <* M._ PIG LIVER
r. '" a Tad tea
/ a 4 of NEts' of NKU W 1 11I\4. .... .N .0" I 0. A. .kkla. .... .. ._ .a 1.1 '. Country RollButter
*>4 "'rNS-leisas .fxt :t
;. { w'sofaceiLAWssimd..eIi lb.. . ..Z9 C '
\ of M .. of III% of swit. l* It.. I \''-. .. '.It J ISc
W'H 'fee.w yXat W)4) .. ..... s* 4* It u.a0o1.. .. .... 1I,1t lb.
11"J "*% "" of u. ,
WH of NWI (.Milindi/ .It.. W II Arthur took G.M.M .... 10I.M
1 F )I 7 A_ of tilt\4areNiy.1itw'" ..,.,...01.. .. .* I Long CrispCELERY
i Kiku ,.II Hoe 1 ...... Vuii COW. SUe lOc BALLOON
.ali .;'tt.. Orb... a .., lg. bunch. .
if N. .. N I ,
; 'e.
; La'I "ITi .: '.. :'::'. : NKI MM tnbNrtM ...__ __ ... S.ELF-RIS1NG
1 LM it. am It -..._...,_._ H.. Uwl: ..-.-.,_? "4
a e ( .....) 11AYx5 WOOD Home GrownSTRING __ FLOUR

f I I (Mv (. IS. .IS. ... INS) M lIMo.w .Casts.4 CMply'Tu II....." n Coltator.*. BEANS 2 Ibs. JLf LYeflowSquash,2BS. ,

!I 1 201'. bag 57c
NOTKtWUmtaf .
Naha It ...rebe.aI9ft that w ......... .I.... arse ...... ti..f .. ,
[ A Will to iwnwary .. Ms 1M nrnmt 4u* for NAIUNJA WUINAOB DISTRICT Maw
) fee tm ,..r IMS. IwMln Ml w*..18.. Ik* WAR*. toMthH ..... MM .! .Mk sale sad. 1
\ .dv aNlea. Mil W..... M fuUI tattle, .. MMMH, tM IU W JIM, A. D. Use, :15c HOME-MADE I ,
M IM MW rf U .ri..11 -., at U* OMUI dew. of tM _DM Cwt. Caste BmM .. .
t UN City' << Ire W./. (.... ol Floe". SAUSAGE MEAT
.: M. tae. Nor &
M Tales TM
i Nwt( et ntrw'..:.._ N N If WI ,,"...__.., 12.05All ,
.. M H 41 4S ._ ?. .
4. M. MIPM Home Grown
'-'? --'--" '- 441.U] Green Top- JV b 25c t.
MI'M i> D.wOyla.a ;Ta .. .4. .. .h
.kw t.1.: ...,' le. ....__JI it H 5C
It. Hk U *. H. IddwUw11 ss CARROTS lb.b idi.
1--- ,
,. .. J'FfM1* Ml :: := 4 It 0 I4v4* hM Gilbert Vkkwr.: .. I St.tSIW GEORGIA
., tI_.Ir ./r..9 ..e t. 4.H. 44 1"T.M 1.- llr. ,. 111.1.i *
sew' of .......-.. 17.. se teem'. Do Vgy 1.a? BACONf'
a Popp" "r-. I Golden SMOKED ,
I: .....I I'I'I RipeBANANAS ,
'11'% 4111111%. Kee.. 5. 11 N 1Mo'r 311*. .....:lZc 21t ,

) 1n.. A.... __,,_ IU.W ...
..\ et sws d 111'4. .-.._-,_ 5 It N It mile M Cabs. ..... .. > k

: III" d 1fg11.as+...,....a,5... :, .. 1 11 05 N tl.'.... Carlo. D.r a saw;rT.t _L1{
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