The leader-enterprise
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00087294/00227
 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 19, 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: UF00087294:00227
 Related Items
Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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, New Redistricting Bill Would

': Orphan.Agricultural South Dade


Lighthouse Official Inspects LEGISLATORS ARE SWAMPED

Requested Sites for Beacons, WITH 'PACES PROTESTING

LIGHTS- FOR I Fire Department. Changed to Paid PASSAGE OF PROPOSED LAW

I Unit by Homestead City CouncilChang I

THE WEATHER Rotes, Lions Join in FightTo
: of Homestead fire department unpaid. The only remittance from I I
HOWRY SHOAL Into '. paid municipal the city wa an allowance for the .OlllrW.. _110., M *rt rI UM,pukt"Viewa..wd rbM. Maintain Present
unit was authorized by the city cleaning of trousers soiled In line County Status

council Monday night on recom- of duty lire Chief A. C. Deputy Date J."l( Ma. ....j.l ...
mendation of Councilman Henry had been allowed $12.M per month. __ ( MEASURE HELD FOE

SEENUKELY Brooker, Jr. fire eommitteeman. In urging reorganization of the May t2 ..,_... II III 30.03 O.OD TO LOCAL PROGRESS
voted to allow the
The council department, Councilman Brooker
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fire chief a salary of $110 a month said the ,May h'd' d
greater efficiency among
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Local) Boatmen Take Wm.j and to pay each fireman at the fir fighters could'be obtained If May 15 ._ 89 88 lUll Redland Area Would Lose
rate of We a flee call and f I an "
they were reimbursed sufficiently Representative Among
W. Demeritt to Pelican May 18 80 G2 2UG
1 hour for time spent fighting fires for the damage to their clothes and I Commissioners
May 11 14 83 30.00May
Banks via Canal I Heretofore, the firemen were for loss oj time which tires cauie
18 I 118 30.09
I He cited instances when the fin
Wave of the
I protest against
DISTRICT CHIEF IS apparatus answered fire alarms county redistrlctlng bill introducedIn '

, SIIOWNBAYHAZARDS'isit_ .. I,MODERN TRAILER With only.the, driver: aboard. CALL MEETING the stale legislature on May 12
... .. > -- ]I ,Chief Deputy was authorized to 1 emanated this week from nwet-

;: and Attitude Held to I'PARK: IS SEEN AS i appoint and drill inert for regular I I II linn of the Homestead Rotary
I I posts In the fir department and to TOTALKPLANS Club and the Redland District
Warrant Belief Aids 1 I conduct regular practice In fight I Lion Club when it was learned

Will Be Granted j CITY BUYS LAND I fire ing fires apparatus and in operation of the FOR SOFT BALLA elimination that the result of representation would be virtual for

Prospective site for beacon At I I In consideration of the extra I the Redland District on the board
the entrance of the Mowry itteet The first Step In acquiring and salary, Mr. Deputy assume the A of the dlamondball of county commissioner
canal and at the northern edge of developing a modem trailer park duties of building Inspector and player of last business men The clubs, a* organisations and
Pelican Bank, shoal water Jive I for Homestead was taken Tuesdaynight will be responsible for year 1 through their Individual member'
miles southeast of Mowrjr canal, by.JhU city council when it and eliminating and others interested In formation set wheel In motion to bring pressure
were inspected Monday afternoonby 1 I a block and hazards. of a dlamondball league this season to bear against the bill. Soon
Wm. W. Demeritt of Key,West,!i leasing an adjacent on southwestof preventln'j has been called for 8 o'clock after Us meeting Tuesday night,the

principal lighthouse engineer and I the city electric and water Pictures to Be Tuesday night In the office of the Lion Club dispatched a telegram
superintendent of lighthouses of(I plant and across the street from to Senator Ernest R. Graham and
the seventh district of the United I the baseball field Of Lions at Meeting1 I Brooker Lumber Company by Doe Representative H. X: Oventrect,
States Lighthouse Service. The council followed the suggestion Mock, president of last year's George E. Holt and John J Lind-
Accompanied by Ben Archer, of Mayor Tom Hair to A cameraman from the Miami | sey, urging them to us* their influence ,
Henry Brooker, Jr. and A. C.I obtain the land. Mayor Harris lIelitUe.Mr.. Mock said that if the to thwart the bill'* pass-
Deputy, Mr. Demeritt was taken:told the council the Model Land Herald will take picture at next league 1* formed play will start age if it I* reported by committee

14 Mr Deputy' motor cruiser I toboth Company, owners of the two plots, I,Tuesday meeting of the Redland after the end of the'school year, A similar message wa sent to the
proposed beacon sites where I which comprise five acres, offered District Lions Club for a feature .W T. McDonnell IKntuy.I legislature by the Rotary: Club

he made notes, took bearings and the ground for $3,600, under term 1 page in a forthcoming Sunday edition treasurer of last year"* league, will ,after its meeting Wednesday; noon \
drew rough charts He was shown of one-fourth of the purchase it was learned yesterday attemoon I assist Mr. Mock |Ia the Tuesday I In addition, the member sent '
the many pleasure boat that dock price down and the remainder to I night meeting. Individual messages both by telephone -
in Mowry canal the marine rail, be paid within four year The I and by telegraph protesting
way at its western terminus and I company also offered the lotsseparately against the bill.
the commercial fishing vessel that I at $1800 each, under I Local Safety Patrol Returns Home Luther Chandler, member of the
supply the market with edible the tame term 'I county budget commission, speak ,
fish and the fertilizer plants with I The council voted to acquireone I After Capturing Washington Honors Ing at the Lions Club meeting, declared -
shark flesh. plot under the term and to 1
I "';: passage of the redlstrictlngContinued
Out In the bay far enough to get,ask a lease of the other with an I Tired but happy, the safety patrol to describe. Patrolman... sale ( on Page Three)
(Continued on Page Three) I option to buy after three year at member of the Homestead The Wisconsin delegation ran them
the same price and term The High School arrived home late a close second with 1.125 mile to
IMMNDARDS Improvement to be made on the yesterday afternoon from Washington their credit. NEW OFFICERS r

I land will be discussed at the next D. c.,where they led 10.0001 j Saturda1111ght after the parade I
council meeting other youngster in a national tile boy were guest at a banquet
j OFUSDAPUTOUT :I Permission to erect a building on school safety parade staged by the of the American Automobile Association OF LOCAL POST

1 the triangle-shaped piece of American Automobile Association at the Hotel Willard :

! BY FARM I AGENTCopies I II (Continued on Page Three) The honor of leading the parade Here the loving cup wa presentedto ARE INSTALLED
I went to the local boy because the parade leaders by John J
I they traveled the longest distanceto Singer, president of the associa: John \
Bolita ,
of ;; United States Charge participate. They also received tion. Several of the local boys New officer a Salky
Heavy Fine for NegroThe the radio. Post No. 43, ,American Legion together ;
;i standards for Persian limes, effective a huge loving cup i sent greetings over .
May 1, have been received I Sunday the Homestead boys I with those of eight other I
The boy started the 1,197-mU] '
for distribution by: Charles H. Stef. oft-reiterated determination I were the guest of Congressman post of the fifth district, depart- ;
j trip In a truck: in charge of Patrolman -
fan, county agricultural agent, of Mayor Tom Harris to' rid Pat Cannon who chartered a bus ment of florid were installed In !
James I. Coker and Mr* '
from the United State department I Homestead of bolita and other Coker on May, 9 and arrived Friday I and showed them the sight of,a Joint ceremony Woodsy night In I
of agriculture The standardswere form of commercialized gamblingwas Washington. After their bus trip Bayfront Park, Miami
The held
parade was Satur.1da |
completed In April after apparent when Luther Johnson ,. They went sightseeing Sun. I they visited Arlington Cemetery 'The ceremony was In charge of i
nearly a year's work. They were 32, negro, was assessed a S73 and the senate chamber: Under the guard of honor, of which WIN
and started their '
day on
made on request of the agricultural 'I'fine or 80 day in jail by the mayor I the senate building they walkedfor Uam J Geronime of the Home
trip Monday, j jI \
extension service of the University In city court Monday Johnson some distance long the tunnel stead post I* a member The of-
of Florida. I charged with operation of a bolita I A greater portion of the trip to which connects the structure with fleer were Installed by CoL W. 1L

The standard In part follow: game, was arrested in the negro Washington was made In the rain the White House Green of the Miami post !
V. S. No. 1 grade: This grade 'district by Patrolman Bill Sykes.A and rain fell during the parade | With the exception of several The Homestead officer are: '

hall consist of Persian limes I number of witness for John-I "There wa not a sniffle" said flat tire the trip to and from commander, George A. Crawthaw t
which are firm, fairly well formed, con' testified that they ordered Mrs. Coker, who "mothered" the Washington wa made without In-i tint vice-commander, W H. Sheffield I
and of fairly smooth texture; free several "pieces" of bolita from boy during the trip. After the cldent Patrolman Coker said | ; second vice-commander
from decay and breakdown or I Johnson, who wa to place the parade when the boy returned to The boy who made VIe trip are I Lawrence Pope, third vice-corn- I
other internal discoloration broken I bet with a gambling outfit in their hotel In soggy clothing she Harry Pierce. J. T Godwin 'red mander, Edward J Norman, adjutant .
skin which are not healed and Miami, Patrolman Syk** testifiedhe law to It that men received a dose die ruchs Carlton Sweet Bruce Mr Geronlroo, sergeant-al
bruised except those Incident to arrested Johnson when he of anti-cold medicine Scott, Eldred Gllmer, T. O Ray- arms L. O Rouen; chaplain the 1
proper handling and packing, hard found him and his son poring overbook 1 The thrill and delight the boyt burnBUU Jacob> Hilton Sasnett, Rev R. f Blackford and chairman I
and dry akin and from damage a containing name* and td-. Showed,la,leading the parade, otTOOJngstef Walter, JrarInIuOweD Oooding of the Son of the America :
If f (Continued on Page Three) dresses and gambling data 'H ,}[ *'from U...IH..* hard sad Harry Bishop 'Legion Mayor Tom J HarrM.

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I l! Page Two THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE '. ;, Friday;May 19, 1939. :

held August 2t, according to an quired after application are in''I office. Applicant are required to
II Athletes of Homestead High School [announcement of the State Welfare for 'complete check-up of educational fill out new application blank
Board. and other qualification I for the current examination in
Receive Awards for Season's Playing
The deadline for tiling applications Application blank may be obtained -I duplicate and to mail these to the 1
I was announced u July at any of the twelve district State Welfare Board at Jackson

to Presentation the ten member of fold ot the basketball vanity[Poppy Day CommitteesAre '15, considerable time being re welfare office, or from the state I ville.

basketball team of the Homestead Named at Meeting
High School took place In the auditorium I I '
of the school Wednesday: '|I Committees for Poppy Day.May See how much
afternoon. The presentation was 27, were appointed at a meeting you get this .
made by Coach T. J. Bleler I|I lof the Legion Auxiliary of John yeari
The recipient were Capt Soy ',,Q. Salley Post Wednesday evening *
Martin Charlie Little, William i
Md\flc'.1, Martin Bishop. Harvey ,I I Mrs. Harold Sheffield Miss BIGGEST HYDRAULIC BRAKES-
Rue, Lil nun Nixon and Rex Faint, |,',Ruth Fox, Mr Frank Rue and 12" drum, {62 so,. inches of braking surface '1
all Slkiton Bishop, junior ,I I i Dorothy and Robert Kuhn will biggest: ever used on a low-priced car :
dIf James: Sullivan and Preston have charge of the tale In Homestead -
BIrd. sophomore '1 : Mn Fred Redd Mn Ceo. MOST ADVANCED STYLING. I
Coacn Bleler presented letten:W. Turner, Jr., and MM E J. v., and De Lou Ford V a are recognised style
to the following members of the'Norman, In Redland; Mn Jake leaders of 1991ow'price field
Junior high team: Capt Ralph I Brook, In Peter. Misses Ruth -' "
DelUnier Leslie Cheshire, D. L. and Betty Crawthaw, In Goulds;, V'ENGINESylow.prlcedc cari
Bowen Charles Mlnger, Mat Bal- and Mn Fritz Schroeder and I II Smoother, more responsive nor fun to drivel
lero. Charles Robertson CharlesSteffani .Helen Schroeder In Florida City.
Walter flrannen and Don I i HIGH GAS MILEAGE-as h.p Ford v..
Done. I. in this vr'* Gilmore-Yoscmite! aoDl1ltoa 1
W. Therkildson SpeakerAt 1 fORD V.8 8wish
Letters were presented also to showed best: gasoline mileage among all lead
Clara Bell Stuart, Mary Fnnee'l Rotary Dub Meeting; low-priced car.
Arthur and Mary Grace I I
cheee leders, and fA Evelyn W." TherklldionAllFlorida feature STABILIZED RIDE-Onlylow-prlcedca
Louis Pierce,jOfereaa Redd, Mary; : editor for tht Miaraf Herald, Torque-cube drive and radio rod front
Pierce, Either Rocker, Emily Post, wa the speaker tll tt>e;Jneetlng of and rear.LONGER. AMONG ALL LEASING
Bonnie Groover and Claudia Connor the Homestead; Jftfttajy' Club In
member ot the girl tennis Legion hall Wednesday 'noon. RIDEBASE tbaau70therlow-
team. Mr. and Mrs. Therklldaon ant priced car; 123 inches between front and rear
Edward Kirby, Jack McMlchael resident of the Iii&and, District springs. LOW-PRICED CARS
and Carlton Sweet, member of the They uUo:: ,Qie Chandler
B team of the junior high school, house :vgve;,Palm drive and EXTRA EQUIPMENT alaoutnCOlf.*
;received gold basketballs, and Tennessee road two month ago. tltuM in all Ford V., delivered price DCOU IN If*IMN99 HUr COUNT
:Capt Leslie Cheshire and D. L.
:Bowen ot- the Junior high track Concert Player Uses
:tea mrecelved ,gold track shoes.
In presenting Little ot the senior Viola Made by DavisJoel Ilan W
vanity squad with his gold basket
ball. Coach Bleler announced the Belvo, composer and teacher -
lanky center had, established three of violin at the University ot THMriAf Of AUnVUI..MIAHO a
Vecordj for basketball play at the I Miami, played a solo on a viola
echooL During his four year of I made by Sam J. Davis at a con- : MM A WO VUKNU
play, Little scored 697 point, tallied cert In the Coral Gables Woman's I You caw row-ww cuiHome
tl point In a single game and.accounted ':Club building Wednesday I
for 281 points In the I Local resident who attendedthe
1939 season; Coach Bleier reported. 'I concert were Mr and Mrs.
During the last four yean of ,I Davis, Mrs. Reed Holmes and Mr I .
play the team scored a total of'Walter Gaby
2,139 point, the coach announced. I t

Mrs. Flora,Myers Heads I The death of Willie Carter,
Local Tax Study Unit negro, found hanging from a 32'1
{limb In the yard of Ma home
i Black Point, near Gould, last,
A nation-wide women' tax Sunday nglht was suicide, a coroner' -
study movement spread to Redland'today '
jury decided in the court of
with the announcement of Justice of the Peace Sid L. Kendrick -
the formation of a local unit of the I
Wednesday night Carter
National Consumer Tax left a note of farewell to his wife,
lon under the leadership eommla.j Vera Carter, who found the body I
Flora D. Myer of Florida s. eej
"It is through such :3 ry
group a* this," said Mn Kenneth Enlistments to Open I
C. Frazier. NCTC president, who I For< IT R. .U..ln..rn.na'i
announced the apolntment l "that
the women of America can beststudy I I In :State marine I
the problem of hidden taxes. corps: will start during the'summer : awa Ili :ice ::: :: Nisrw
Moat of us are unaware we pay month at Savannah C*.. It wa a a. leave as a %/a
these taxes but they add $10 to announced by Capt A. C.Small, in j
every $30 of rent $1." to a $5 hat i charge of the recruiting office
and $1.Mto a $4 pair of shoe." there. Special training In radio,
The NCTC vice-president I Ia Mn aviation and motorixcd equipment --
Melville Muckketone, a past national -f I will be offerecMltclbte men with f --' -,
president of the American high school edifrattonExamination c= ;
Legion Auxiliary.: ; The drive In
this state to led by Mn. James D. I .
Durbridg of Jacksonville, the .= E I
commission's Florida national committee For Social.Work Posts '
member; and) Mn Lei B. I OwnershipH I.J
Norman of Coral Cable, the state Jacksonville'FI*.? May II-It*
director next merit system examination for = = "

"Hidden taxes are a real burden applicant who desire to qualify used to mean yean of tedious saving and waiting. Today you _
on low Income famines," explain for social service position will be
ed Mrs Muckleatone They account can enjoy your home"while you pay' for it conveniently the 'I'

for 13 per cent of all tax fuel, rent and. other living essential H LIBERAL TERMS of the FIIA PLAN. This is the modern way '
revenue rallied by: local state and *. Too often the result I II that
national governments They mean low-Income families have to forego =i to finance a modern home. The chief advantages of the FIIA i

higher price on all food, clothing, actual necessities" f| Plan are: -- ':

H First: A reasonable down payment when you. buy or build a i
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ff small home. '

J H Second: A tingle mortgage that covers most of the cost of ,the -

H new home.. =

H Third; Interest rate limited by law-figured on reduced principal -

= basis. -

H Fourth: Convenient monthly installments thrifty way of =

3 making your rent money buy your home. -:-'

H us help.you with your home plans and aid you in obtaining 1--

H an FIIA loan..


"We meet mail'order house prices' m LUMBER AND BUILDING MATERIALS

: 25 FUrler Street homestead M Phone 507-J Frank L Skill, Owner Homestead, Fla.

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".- ,; -_ 'Friday, May 19,1939. ". aa.a..."l ;..?....._THRLRADER-ENTERPIIISE .' .w ., Pa'.te_Three ."iJ

BEACONSContinued practice sessions will ba held next' a Chamber delegation container may be below the remaining Beach of course, want the bill -

week to select: }S players required : The council reserved decision on requirements but not more I passed and they haw large dele. _, '
for the team. The boys must be the request until It could be Investigated than S per cent shall be flowed gallons working for Its passage, ,
( from Fag One) over IT years old. The team will by a committee composed for decay, broken skins, etc., but We have everything to lose U the
a perspective view of the shoreline compete with other Legion teams of Councilment B. W. Morris not more than one-tenth of vine percent bill foes over. Our portion ol
Mr. Demerit laid be could from West Palm Beach south. Selection J. O Wynn and F B. Rue assisted shall be allowed for limes af- tax money would be pitifully
well see how difficult It would be of the players must ft by Mayor Harris and Gordon fected by decay in state of origin. small and as for Improvements
to distinguish the canals (of which completed by June 30 Ivey, superintendent of the utilities V & No. I grade: This grade there Just wouldn't be any"

there are five) Mm one another plant. shall consist of limes that are Frank B. Rue, speaking at the
at night without any light that Pre-School Clinic to BeHeld i The chamber delegation was I fairly firm not badly deformed Rotary meeting reiterated the
could belied as a landmark It Tuesday by P. T. A. headed by Howard Johnson who and not of excessively rough texture statements of Mr. Chandler In a
was plain, also, from I his questions said no plans tot: the construction i tree from decay and breakdown I protest against the bill On hit
and remarks that he realized that of the building will be made until or other Internal discoloration : suggestion a telegram was sent to ,
Pelican Banks Is a navigation A pre-school clinic will be con the question of Its location can be and bruises, except those Incident William J. Ray, chairman of the
hazard not only to boats using the ducted Tuesday afternoon from :2 settled to proper packing! and I census and apportionment com;
canals, but also to vessels using to 4 o'clock by Dr. A. M. Logan The requested triangle of ground handling, and from serious damage mlttee, to which the bill was re-
the inland waterway from Miamito and Dr. B. E. Catlln, announces la a shallow rock pit which the caused by freezing dryness, I terred, urging that the measure be
Key West T.Mrs.A. Jane health Nesbltt chairman, Homestead It will beheld P utilities plant, since its erection In scratches, sunburn etc j killed

Pelican shoal lies directly about In the clinic room of the Neva 1924 hal used as drainage for the The Juice content and the requirement I The rediitrlcUng bill U the culmination .
midway In a direct line betweenthe King Cooper School for all chil- overflow of water used by the engines tor color are as In the of a movement started
Mowry canal entrance and dren who will enter kindergartenor of the plant. The water, it No. 1 trade ,years ago seeking to merge South
Caesar's Creek, the nearest routeto the first lI'adl'next fall and was brought out, runs Into the pit U S. combination grade: This Oada in a district or districts with
local boatmen through. the for children who are repeatingthe at the rate of 100 gallons per minute grade U so designated when not .Miami Beach and Miami. The result
Florida Keys to open water Its first grade There Is ho Also, lime la thrown Into the leis than 73 per cent of the limesIn would be domination of this
southern edge almost touches: the charge. pit after it la used to soften the each container meet the requirements district by the more populous section .
channel for boats coming to key water. Surplus water from the of the other two ,Relet.REDISTRICTING and election of a commissioner
waters from Miami or vice vena Dr. Logan will give the physical municipal swimming pool also from the Beach or whatever other
Mr. Demeritt declined to make examination, Dr. Gatlln, the dental runs into the pit. section of greater Miami mightbe
any official statement as to examination; and Dr Gi O..Brewster Mr. Ivey told the council that at included la this d ltrld.I .
the visual teats.
whether or not he would recom present there are no sewers or
friend Installation of the two beacons .- Children will be immunized for other facilities to take care of the I
He said he would make a diphtheria vaccinated for snail' water received by the pit. .(Continued from Page One)
pox ,and given'the tubercular' test I bill would be a detriment to the MARFAKLUBRICATION
detailed report of his Inspection City Attorney C Haycock,
to Captain H. D. King, .commissioner : If tha parents wlah. ; who last week flied a bankruptcy I progress Of.SHfufh Dade County and
of lighthouse, Washington Transportationiviit be furnished petition foT the city of Homestead would leavtf.tMa.' area. a financial I
D. C. If necessary for parents and'children Under the Wilcox act In the U. Sdistrictcourt orphan amolti,4' nit* more popu-

Mr. Demeritt said, however, thai it Mrs. Nesbitf Is notified.OP. : ,, announced at the lated section*. Depesriabllltr aid peraMag
if the .prepv ed beacons are approved one of the P T A..members.who meeting he was notified by 'tbe Mr. Chandler .p'praised the work
commissioners. .- itewft fraaa regvla
they will be Installed'and will assist her, Mrs. T'ft?: Kirby, court, of an order-stsylng all suite of the present p
maintained as part of ',the light. Mrs Preston B. Blrd'o toe. pen: and betitions against the city until "They" have done great things for I Kartak Htrieastom.' Tea gel
house service system. A Archer. : the bankruptcy action has been us, he said "But still there aregnat amt mart ei ef yew laveaU
to be done Withoutthe
things I'
driver and tender would be sent disposed of.Continued. MB! bj secatlag a tkor*..fk
aid of elected '
a locally commissioner -
from Key West to drive piling for New' Growers' Manager i .w all Improvement plans I Marfak Jet fren ter.75c.

the beacons. One beacon wouldbe To Assume Duties Soon I LIMES would come to a standstill and our
located a few hundred yards I future as a great agricultural area
out from the Mowry canal's north
Carl Plowaty ot : would be In danger because there
bank while the other would be Chicago, recently ( from Page One) would be little official Interestshown TEXACOOneStop
located at a point on the north appointed sales manager of caused by freezing, dryness or in It.
edge of Pelican bank which is very the Florida Avocado and FenianLime mushy condition, spraybum, sunburn The centers of population want StationDONE
Growers will
dangerous because of, sharp rocks arrive soon to thorn scratches, dirt or
assume his duties after a delay the restricting bill because withIt KlsSAM. Props
which are not discernable above other foreign materials, disease I
would control the
occasioned by Injuries received by they spendingof N. Krome and Ith St.
the water Insects, mechanical or other means Miami and Miami
an automobile accident In whichhe money
Efforts to get beacons weie begun i The limes shall have a good I I
more than two years ago by South was Bend Injured, Ind.a month ago near green color providing that lots of g at; t c 9 4.
the Redland District Chamber of limes which meet all requirements
Commerce when Mr Archer was The association will send Its of this grade except as to color
its president, and continued under second shipment of a bushel of shall be designated as "U S. No. 1
the presidency of.Oeo..W Turner, limes to the New York Worlds Turning" If the limes In each container -
ilr Qo. p rauw ->e{ the county Fair Wednesday for display in the have started to show a yellow -
engineer(."*office wassecured Florida exhibit.' The lint shipment color, or as "U. S. No, 1
through County Commissioner J. was made ten days ago and Mixed Color," if the limes of each
D. Redd. additional ones will be made at container fail to meet the color I

Mr. Demeritt, who has charge Intervals during the progress of requirement of U. S. No. 1 or U. I
of 2,000 aids to navigation in a the fair. S. No. :S Turning
district that extends from St. Lucie | The fruit shell a Juice contentof I ,
Inlet on the east coast to the Su- TRAIIMPARK not less than 40 per cent by
wanee River on' the Gulf coast, volume
had been too busy to make the I/I In order to allow for variations
inspection earlier.Birdseye (Continued from Page One) Incident to proper handling and
ground just north of the utilities grading, not more than 10 per
Brand Food plant to house headquarters and cent of the fruit in any container .
recreational rooms of the Redland may not meet the color require UUY.\\
Eliminates All Waste District Chamber of Commerce ments. In addition not more than It-JOlt-YOU

was requested of the council by 10 per cent of the fruit in anyATTENTION
In the Birdaey brand of frosted
foods, featured by the Franklin UUo

Grocery, there absolutely Is no
waste; the purchaser pays for a t
product having a consumptionvalue r'
of 100 per cent, Allen Neal !

manager of the grocery, pointed 1I4s'
put. w

"Sometimes waste In ordinary y
products runs as high as 80 per '1
cent and the customer pays for It," Avocado and Citrus ki

Mr. Neal slid "Take, for Instance, ,
fish Only 20 per cent of fish Is
consumed while the remainder, although GrowersWe
paid for Is thrown away
Birdseye fish comes In a pound
package with the waste removed,
the buyer receiving only what Is are now stockingURAMON
to be eaten. And he pays only for

,what he received.
"Our Birdaeye peas sell at 28c
'per box. In obtaining the same I 0

amount of peas in the usual way,
the housewife would be requiredto E A new form of nitrogen that

purchase two pounds In other
does not leach from the soil
words, In buying the Blrdseye :

product you do not have .to pay '' as fast as some Inorganic CET FIRST-HAND PROOF
for the hulls" I
forms of nitrogen. Ask about 10 GENERAL MOTORS'
$200 Braying
the of this form of
price new
: Legion Team's SuppliesA : CAR OFFERS THE NESTS

plant food.. 3 4.' FOR THE LEAST
tag day will be held tomor-

row to obtain funds to purchase : -- /fiir No car en earth la better
uniforms and equipment, for the
F engineered-none U so
junior league baseball team being A 10-MIKE?! =IDI
sponsored by John O Salley Post, JUmTOVUMODIFat packed with value. Every feature

American Legion. Frank B. Rue, is the finest money can buy-yet
manager of the team, said approximately lorida East Coast Fertilizer (o.: r the big new 1139 Pontiac la

$100 will be needed. M.: paom priced right next to the lowet.
Thirty girls from the Homeete.dHlab
School and the Redland High flee raeteat 1 Ieserareger Tea tree Ifcai-nOMI OK all...
School will sell the tan on theo MFRS. REDLAND BRAND FERTILIZER

streets Princeton. of and Homestead Narsnja., Goulds,I HOMESTEAD. FLA. I Preston B. Bird Motor Co.gaalh .

D. R. Snyder, athletic director KTMSM Ave. Hempstead, fla. Fheoell

of Redland High School, who will . ... :
:,'. .'be'coach of She tear said,40at", ........................."-. ...,.. t........:...,u........j .....1...-..........-........ ...
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Page Four THE -ENTERPRISF Friday, May 19,1939. '

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ftww ....." tt ft-004 r1s. 20 Years
"I .. .. .....,.. c;., AgonIUmmmmljllliillluunnlllmlu

MN AKCItB -_-_ gayer
LKACB cnrii a }
MAUORIB ..- ....... ,
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..MlMrinf Stew ..* i _
a.WE raw .. .... r..nw.e
-'1510.4 M -, e/r 9040WMw.a aw..err. .rt UtaW4 MM. it, ists.
'. N ik. .* wru. N
4h e..51.nW area.
.- ;,...... .0410 1M a" soIa.A r .,. teaa..ha Y',-Rome.w4Kay
*, MI*. I Le04 ,

M ....Mom w..w.War -,.I on aura. .a.. .t.M 15, 1MI ,
-"John W. Booth and Ma ,Arw I
/. of '.4a c se ___ NM .
Y.M.'r villa Reeser wet married At Mon ;.
day night by Dr. J. A. Sutton at

Gambling Not an InstinctMany the Baptist paraonafe, much to thai ,J
surprise of friends a* BO ODe be- i
.. wen meaning persons are lined John had the nerve to pop ;'I,
much concerned over the fact that the question ," :
several mllllonf of dollars are sent -"The following gentlemen, M. .,

from this country to Ireland every Q. Simmons, B. C. Murphy, J. O '
little while for sweepstake\ ticket; Andrew, O. S. Fletcher and B. .1
sun other, because of being selfishly D. Bourn are attending the annual

Interested are similarly con session of the Miami District conference ,ii,
eerned. Both group think It would in Delray this week. ,"
be win and highly practical If .0 I I"Over 30 grower grouping about
laws In the United State against two and three-quarter milts 1:
gambling were repealed and totterlei south of Florida City are Intendjing -
permitted here thus p..- sect to build a large packing house
ra1..M.ea1r ,, 'I' j
the fromleaving MLA "' I "
venting gambler'r money at that point .
the country. : ."Henry Freeman announce that i
The pathetic thing pointed out ,, .'N.c.u."sar .:.. the dredging I machine on the Cap ej
Sable road and canal ha reacheda
by observer about the thinkingof
the member of the tint group -PERFECTlY ,47TA/HS YEARS point within two and a half mile

I* that they... apparently not only FORMED GQOUIIHN.7680URlttE :of Monroe County line, and that

Unwilling la start a iuede /dAVIN#3' Ol0 SHELL 'I the road 1* In good shape and "
against Illegally tending money OA.4 SPLITS on* TtfecsM usable 19 mile below Royal Palm
out of the country for gambling rue''xoHAttGMANS. ED BITS it uHfott rtaxsotownt I' Hammock
purposes, but are also. hesitant OA.N"r OH oifoat ITS I-"I. T. Nixon and wife will accompany
bout opposing chance game of #far S649 awtroEffJRGYSOAW ,, : their daughter Mr Fort;
I fall sort Talk to them about entering ALYA-QEZ S7114n SDVTN I I to her home on the west coast for
such a crusade and the vest ; INS 7WEAfosr ..", / I J i I' summer visit"

majority will throw up their smmtrw&u RMM AND TNI' -"Z. E. Hair who has been livingat

hand hopelessly with the declaration aosrmtosNo HilUS' OJ' .' the lake for the past year 14
that gambling li a human In- MUMS if M as of attr MOW c visiting at the home of I: R Matthews
inroAK. trasa oMmmaOf JISfV .Y Nblr r :." j I for a few day He will

Keen observers of human trait S ,rn; 3.6 MCfffS. -..-.- -- -- .. I II leave for Armand fla. on Wedneiday -
hold that gambling I II no more an for a visit and from therego
...., ..... to California to see Mrs. Hales
instinct a native or hereditary the fiscal year Juno 1. The pow- --- ------ *
factor In human behavior than U I I er-that-be earmark, parent
Immediately Children in Court I I
-"S. McClure left this week for
of Instinct '
the taking; opiate an CURRENT ed a million and a half of the du-. I
Gambling I II a condition of the Pont money for school use, $900,000 By Jade Malcolm HatfieldxwIMM.x10.soxx.wxxwlww.Iwxxxxwlxxxxx :1 North Hampton M.n.
mind In relation to certain desire, COMMENTBy of It went to take the general fund -"Mn. W D. Home and family
a condition which can be 10 rationalized I out of the red and the legislative DON'T GET CAUGHT I I left on Thursday" for the lake to !
the addict that It will AGNEW WELSH, Miami visit Mr. Home
by '
session will eat the remainder.
In the
up Today, many people "
Oiteen left for the peach
ease to control his behavior\ Literally e e I f f1"Henl'1
I | United State are practicing, before section in Georgia on Monday "
thousand of people have To me It seems Inconsistent: that It la tremendously difficult to be their children, a code ofethics
I[ Brooker got a letter from
cured themselves of the to-called with such a striking Individuality
a man a politician and remain consistent which teaches that a man
his brother, Ed, a few day in
;i. gambling Initinct. Million of a* hat Columnist Hey- The President says the South I* the can go to any extreme Just a* long which I he say the operation I ago performed i ii
other have been cured. by statutory wood Broun should make In nation' problem child yet he discourages a* he Isn't caught, Sueiessful persons on his leg wa A success
restriction against gambling public magazine this. statement: Florida and i
giving Louisiana
frequently boast that laws are i land he hope to get home soon. i'
-provision* and act which "The theory of rugged Individualism a boost by letting then violated and
produce made to be that they He ha been at the John Hopkins
became laws after the; English In its most exterem format a lot more sugar than they employ attorneys to find loopholesand ,>hospital, Baltimore. Ed report
colonies and the mother country rate, has always been repugnant do it will
any -eays injure our technicalities In the law to !|that tomato! have been telling
had gone through period of excessive to m." Maybe w e'trade and American interest make them Immune to conviction. I "
t and ( In Baltimore.
*i high aa $ $
indulgence In game of humans do not admire In the othei 1 abroad. This la widely evidenced for Instance ''!
chance particularly by the line of I fellow the qualities that are so e e by the manipulation used 'I'I.m.. ."............."",,..........

lotteries I striking In ourselves. i i Here la a question on which to by unscrupulous citizen to evade I "TOO LATE TO
A vicious feature of the lottery' I e "argufy": did man tart from the payment of Income and Inherttan ,,
and other forms of gambling 1* Garden of Eden and spread over taxes.
The past 45 year hat witnessedan II j i CLASSIFY"I
that those who lose are temptedto Increase in the use of citric acid the world, or wa the human family Not so long ago a wealthy man,

put in more money In the hopeof from 40 pound to 7,000,000 pounds.It widely scattered at the beginning who was noted for his ability to I RUSSELL KAY
retrieving their losses, and thus I* the element that give citrus whenever that was? There discover technicality: in the law I
often deprive themselves and their. fruits their tang but strange to are argument on both aide, Supporting wa forced to see his ton serve a I i I 1.-------
dependent of essential the commercial product comes lay, the latter theory .la the fact prison term on a manslaughter I I 1.I Thanks to the effort of the WPA

Student of the lottery show thatit from an entirely different source: that discoveries of man' handi- charge. His father' constant',Federal Theatre, supported in part

wa never a source of profit In through the Introduction Into sugar work executed in the tone .- boasting led the young man to Implicitly -
the long run, even to the winner of a fungus a fermentation follows. along about "c" or "d" In the alphabet believe that he could get Flor-idians.I :
for he who win a take in game About forty Industries find use for of time-have been found by with anything a* long a* the
of chance In tome way lose It, and It, ranging upivjitd from tobe In Europe Asia Africa, Australia family could employ attorney to I[the presentation "of a three-act
In his conscience has a sense of processing to the fine arts. Worth: and South America. protect him.FROM !i,drama, "Big Blow.

spiritual degeneration as a resultof I I = e e e
\ -" """- ? '
his false material gain I i I Accompanied by a rather IndiJ
I never couldmwe myself believe MAIL O"X"1 I
Expert observers oi human be-I I that at heaxf the great majority OUR runt letter came press clipping
havior the world over contend of the Gerrttan people were MNNNININYNWIMWMIMMNMNNIMxN.WMMIMMNINMHIN/NIM.M"MINIM1 ,11MIM"N"II"IIIIIN"11MINAge from Milwaukee paper reviewingthe

the lottery, by whatever agency a unit In their, treatment of the Wants Security and. Youth.. OpportunityEditor show. Since rt i* extremely
authorized I* .' blur upon the j Jew and this belief has been confirmed doubtful whether or not this particular
Leader-Enterprise I victorious.I I
moral and well-being of the Individual I by the) report of a Quaker : I "drama will be presentedby ,
While wo are earnestly listening ;I There are yet some who seem
Florid Of Federal
who patronize It a* well any unit the
I cent there to study condition to our radio or eagerly scanningthe to think the only way to return to
of fact thatit
a* upon the agency Itself. The (in spite
They declared the Or. I 'j
headline of the those old of full dinner
tuba promise Induces speculation.It daily paper good day a la supposed to be a typical Florida
suggests method of getting :man people were secretly aidingthe there day waiting to hear who II' pall, two chicken. In every pot, a story) I believe it would Inter.. !
Jew It i* my further belief going to touch off the next era of radio for family two \to
every est Floridians it did me"
something for nothing-of obtaining that such condition art plantingthe I many a*
a competency without honest destruction it seem then 1* another every garage, and every day will and the Floridian who wa good
decent Industry and labor. Promoting seed for a German revolution very important subject, b* Sunday bye and bye would be ,i enough to send me the clippings,
: unmoral tendencies, gambling on a day that may not be fat which should be and I I. being discussed to Increase the price of every necessity i iIf, the reaction of the revlewt'rIi ,I
distant The latter la not an era of life, make the WPA here. '
for whatever instituted :1 presented
The American people have i
some of destruction, but an era of CONSTRUCTION permanent organization so as '
lead to other e e
rights to a claim of superiority but keep million of persons on so
sordid mean of gain and often not to all the Some humbler s i The so-called "drama it
right seem,
i .
God, the great architect, has selected small a wage they can not pay the
t, change the gambling dupe Into a countries have contributed] not from the high and noble (food bill to say not a word about I was written by Theodore Pr.tt..nd4
thief, a forger a defaulter and occasionally I, much to civilization. Take, for instance but from the meek and humble, I other necessities such a* clothing,! Is directed by Victor Sutherlnd and

a aulcMe. I' Arabia whose people we another leader In the person of [shelter, fuel and medicine. ,,presented nightly at the Great t
I The good citizen white deprecating I can a "wild and wicked race." Dr. Francis E. Townsend In whose I.I Ye, there are some Individual Northern Federal! Theatre as a :
J the Uxnea of law I They have made such important hand has been placed a blueprintof I who just cant think. We do not I WPA production and advertised In .
ment, prefers that the .nf-1 chemical discoveries a* potassium not only a better America buta ,|expect them to understand the the paid theatrical column of Milwaukee .,
gambler shall go out of I nitrate of silver, corrosive sublimate better WORLD In which to live Townsend Plan, nor be of any : paper aa "Big Blow- ,
; try rather than have lotteries sulphuric: and nttrte acid. white the aged of today are pleading value tat general Dara of the Hurricane Country"
legalized Merer I i "Lawrence of Arabia" even declared for security the YOUTH of this I' When will the National Recovery e e I '

[ I Middle Age physician had nation are begging not for charity Plan pas through congress* I II' Cecil Smith of Milwaukee who
1 "Music I* the fourth gnat material sufficient knowledge to. use anesthetics 1 aim or sympathy, but for the OPPORTUNITY When ;you: and you and you right- Continued Five)
want of' our nature--first' In major operations 'of securing for themselves I'thinking people let the congress of I ( on Pap

food then raiment; then I e e e the more abundant life the the United State know you are
then mu k.*-Boveo.Mui .. ltIt'ltet'j I 'The report of Florida' financial chance to earn an honest living for the Townsend Plan by joining PKAISE9 COKES
I* the only: toe of condition rewinds' on* of northern History of the future will prove iu with the Townsend movement Editor Leader-Enterprise: ;
fine which' not only man, spring we.thlPl'-ftI' changeable.The that Dr. Francis E. Townsend. was The Redland District should I think Homestead la to be congratulated
but artIi; animal have a corn- dumping Into the stats trtasry a builder. Dr. Towaend and his how a great many new membersto on having a patrolmanwho

anon property aake and otephant of nearly: three millien dollar follower, this volunteer. army of even Ate quota with many,other ha accomplished a feat like

spider and birds."-Rlchter. ,by the duPont estate only partially men and women who are i> greet oonmuniUe*. WashA
"A musical people to a true reflection eased the prospective deficit which number attaching themselves to ; JOHN a WYSONO Secretary
of Its cMHiation."-Bris .la thought win remain at about this great humanitarian movement Homestead'Townsend Club. O. CAIN.

bane. two million dollar at the ODd of Drill from this! .depression*emerge Homestead, May IV1 I Homestead, Mar J 17jm.r .

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Friday, May 19, 193& THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Pan

,-- me we get enough adverse publicity mer drive and several winter In In, sell we o rod.-.red hit CWtftMto H*
loaf of teIf a.d hn.p..elet, far 'loa f
"TOO LATE TOCLASSIFY" i through REGULAR channels Miami LEGALNOTICE two M '.... halls, ___ "s,5. '
without b UV calla an to accept M1'Phelps entered!! the hardware JnTL inLSO.BlM .
NOTICE Or APPI.irATMN foe kM MMKlMlM KWriMT ..ilk ill
the title .
"toWLtrus"vellUwup bUBhMk4n 188 and retired In 1821
I 1'1111II0 .,.0..t wawa" w bawd raw VP be
the MUM ia termed a'' because: of sll health. rta was superintendent rkMMT tltU-+Mm W IMk........ liens sold r rho KnhM kkMw .t tki Owf t '
ink. U MMkf fiwn rat ..... HonnrdW Sias N lends low tic 51,4. day .r Mop.
.. ..... ...... "great humanitarian tftorU" of the city waterworks I
n." I.e nu.u.wwwContinued ., tintlmmm: DrriiM*. IMMtrM TuOnUto.1 lots, Wriitithw M the k. at III :eMrka
;= J of Barn City In 189 and N.! ._ 774., Mod MM VIA' r., M .. Wn* thereafter .. SM MM 1
( Page Four) .. ..... M IMcklHl 'In d.M . served tern its day '"f fntr, A n IMO. k riM &*- HIM
reviews UM production, describes I have no quarrel with the WPA. one as msyoc. Il,.,.M !. M .niM, and kM Mr M U>, ., 1110.... riorkta, Ski I.. ... } f
I I've defended It occasions., and Mr Phelps was prominent In canton fw tu odd Ie .... llnrin I* dap of Mar, ,... I '
it as follow: ... R a. L&ATREIUtAN. ,
'Masonic circles and'was affiliated : .e00r41110010 wish I. Bald OMttflraM .M.DM
gladly recognize its constructive I .has_ ftillowlra ...._ nw."tr. ells I Clark 0..11 Hair,. \
"Florida 'Crackers' and Turrtn.1 accomplishments I recently with the Congregational Church sate .. 1)....", r lieslI t D.4. ea.... r'Oslas, F
.n' from Nebraska, fly 'He Is survived by his brother, B. IHS rt. .T "* 8WI4 ml SWU.I .'I Ctoull CM 1oaI, ,
granted government officials sate
permission ? B. sO M M., IM.. Bctio.II PENNO. n c.I t
other's throats for five scenes of to quote and widely distribute Henry A. Phelps, and several i Township ;r.-.*. Rasp .> 'b IUM. Se;i ...... sap a"r..lf Iaw
Big Blow' and In the last scene B "lomo praising the WPA nieces and nephews. like : I
are mart reconciled by being for Its contribution to tM nationin I I like' =a1: ::=!|I )lMII'. AT SALS Or T** lIHTlrl.I7IS \, '

immured within the walls of a roads, public building, farmers High School Students ..j UntM -.1|I i NoUM kt wat': .. TwkMTMM +
single tog: cabin during death : land Cwtiliftte "If loa >. Apo" '"f the PIMM kM raid rt4k
markets, and other worthwhile MMMIM M low M. d.od VIM k.M IhlllM Slot tht wrtirinttM
vrlHH an 1
M raqml
dealing hurricane. improvements. Work on Ball Diamond Oft the S4tk *W4101 A. & 1055. I; beedw with .. .- 1 e.
I' ; I, .
Vaa lass.i
"Theodore Pratt's local color e e ft I.MTHKMAM.Cbrk 1.l4 HIM iMlwUM IMk Yang loft. MN ,
UM ala' loa xlMrtlMSIMPMT and te the
tory Is big with potential dramatic Bat it there anything, helpfulor Under direction of T. J. Bleler,! '"< Odnilt, Cowt.. I hhth.w had" Icait. .. -""k'"f b
material the mistrust of the natives constructive In the production athletic, coach. boys e! UM Homestead ..... omit IM* CWMT, NrSi.Court wrest UM Ut MM f.u-ifte IM *.iI to Leat1 1 th>4 t real Tkhlura. ,
toward Intruders from the of such so-called "drama" a* "BigBlow" High School arc scarifying! it "l.acreri'i c. I II 1 tm UM CWMW ml DM, BMM .t Ften :,
North fie bitter the infield of UM scheoU baseball I C Are rat lop *
and other"tripe"that seems'to !I i! cia rlt at IT IH It ml N its ft .. I
races when a loyal negro Is forced be typical o( the WPAFederalTheatre diamond in preparation tar the I NOTICE or APPLICATION roe '>I W% ofv. Rxi4 ml SK:<4. MM Sir t. Km.la .
to lay hands on a white man to addition ot compost and toy soil TAX peso tM : Mss Sf, BMC. SS, M.OI ;' Ia
effort, nil either too rosusa fin?. Am .f InaL rib A nIl .IS TM. w be
save the herolnc'i virtue, the dumb or unsympathetic appreciate for sod The work will be cam NOTICE<< M .un Of"tie" wto MM :r* H..7""i:.. dill iti t
and I .... ..... .. n.aa s. the .
screaming ecstacy of a 'Holy pteted next week gram win Flea It. balsam of NOW neg..Van parsIsm
Roller' the It. And personally, -think be, planted.Coach Bieler OAK act CMIK ,.. CwWlMUi N., .f andseal M !fish Meta |...1.| ....% MiMliHi W t
meeting, irresponsible .
the sooner we close suck projects bed eta M Mr' rf A BlIt '
Wrath Coach Blair said be Is .. ... bald UN ..mill.-l. __ with .. t
of nature when a hurricanesets and for these gettingthe 1 *?, have II. .as hi OW of'. M>4 kM
tare people on others ubMQUMt mmtUtft mr to WIM will toMM t
0 a tan deed r 110 lr.ed
in. field ia shape that various
that t* .k tic kliriMW kMihT at the fimrlMM
and >
are really intelligent MMIMM. MWCwiiriMlM M<>I IH tic lotBi -
teams ot this station k ...... .. MM Stat or II...
"Except for the crotchety, windbitten may use iLl i..ilw drrW. Mad lies p all > > r ,
worthwhile, the better off we'll be. ,
I I I Ad. er.a ugLs IMI. Mlnnliw M the hoar W It >k>lim.
aunt of the Nebraska hero for practice this susnmcr
f a .., Plot i m.. *r mt arr tkWMftar M tin MIMI \
played by Dorothea Bates, there i iI i >M J.F.J! 7i,,> Dexter P. Harkness SUM : ; ju nibraeod :c'rU( ].(.1 I D>to. M Miami, Flurkl., this UK IStlrMr :
is not real character in the .
a play.The Combine Choirs to Give No 4ST TM VVi<"lit of .. of M.r, IMK .. j I
Floridians are COMPLETE I Succumbs: in HospitalFuneral sinew tic lewd--.1 U. IRATHKRMAN.
LOWL1VES Sacred Music rr/ratq I .4 u.M.5-yai Iwh ( lr Incapable of a neigh ,
borly gesture, or a Christian attitude I services for Dexter I *C pow J:' ::'k:1 ':':'i!:, :-.=. .I ICIreulk Court R.:A.4.I| "tounly Fl kM. \I

until the hurricane catches Prescott Harkness, 78, retired I The combined choirs of tin I It IfmrU TM .MMamtm*. M___ I* coarser' und Nft v dn.UM Mir W 1& JNO.IS. 2s.CPNNO.IMS.' I) iPuklkk ',

them In the midst of their revival :farmer and pioneer resident of :t Florida City Community Church I I I MM CwtlflMM Mwddwas to litho MUM atiikMim. :

meeting, blows all the starch out Homestead, who died last and the Homestead Methodist I i
onus l MM C.rilrlo.t shall to nested
of them and leaves them ready for 'day at the Kendall hospital Thun-I Church will present a sacred 1..wally .. N w. CIoe pwog"tr d..er,....
B saccharine final curtain." held at 3 p. '". Sunday musical program in the Florida ,theme will loa MM to the hlol1l..0 0ddw N
I|I City church at a o'clock Sunday UK Court Row door MI tin riot 1I..tq
Homestead Nazarene Church.
to the Month of Jaw IMt, tables" to UKMk ,
I imagine some of our Florida Burial was In Palm Cemetery, Na-I|I night it was announced by the *.. o( J.K. IM*.
Dead this lj; dar of M... 1M.
"Crackers" might get a thrill at ranja. The pastor, the Rev. W. pastor, the Rev. C. O. Nelson. In- JC. H LRATHVRMAn.Cterk I

being pictured as Ignorant, brutal, Parker, officiated.Mr. J'I:cluded on the program win be anthems .. of ClTTOrt Ooort

intolerant natives, crouching to : Harkness a native of quartets, duets, solos and CMH "M!!) Counw. riorUrkICkwH
spring at the throat of visitors Alpha, Ilk With haw he came readings. A silver offering will Br N. C. rrCHIICTT: ', D. G.i !
be taken to be added to a fund M.7 .. M. lt> M, "-...f, lit!) ,
from other states. They surely ,to Florida 28 years ago and settledat I
would applaud to- the echo of that Nara j*. Six years later they : for the purchase of new seats forth .
HOTITI or 11&I. *r TAI anrrin.IATU. 1
touching seen where the "loyal" moved to Homestead and pur- Florida: City erwrch. A.pSr.W. lw 44MNattoi
negro saves the fair white woman 'chased a home -Mowry street f to hmlqr 11I_ Owl Itoatak AP-
awl has rise will* we -- Mrs
from the evil clutches of a white and Fifth avenue whe.the1lavt CARD OF THANKSWe am ..aWes.
"Cracker rapist sine lived. Mr. Harkness engaged wish to thank our friends for I.-r-- t..l.as tic

In farming various points in the their kmdness and sympathy during loa. Concrete Blocks

Of course our senators and eon BedUnds, but retired five years our recent bereavement. .t.

gressmen are too busy to give Mrs. D. P. Harkness, 1-----4." Like thePyramids

either! time 'or thought to the ac. ago.Surviving Mr. HarkneM are his Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Danzeyand .

tlvltes of such Immaterial and 'widow, Mrs. Etta Moody Harkness; family.WANT City. IM .. I. *. > =
trifling units as federal theatres.I a daughter; Mrs. L. B. Damey, and
doubt seriously whether any of three grandchildren,Shirley, W ini- ADS PAY BRAD THE: WANT ADS
them have ever taken the troubleto LIFETIME construction calls
fred and Richard Lee Danzey, all
visit one But I wish Senator of Homestead. for Concrete Blocks They

Pepper, who favors the "arts," give you the satisfaction >f

would see if he can't arrange to Nelson D. Phelps 80 DR. C. II. DENBY lasting qualities combin, it
have "Big Blow" produced by with benuty There are many
Florida units, so the "homefclks" Dies in Vermont Home uses for Concrete Blocks its

can see firsthand what M kind and Osteopathic PhysicianPhone your building plans. Ask f,n

benevolent government Is doing Nelson D. Phelps, 80, retired _au.. "

for us. hardware merchant and former I

e I mayor of Barre City, Vt, and Ver- '
Just why Florida should b-, mont state mator died, ro'<"ilUit 39Homestead : Naranja Rock Co.

singled out by the WPA Federal his home at Barre City, according -
Theatre to be presented at govern.G to word received by local Fla. i Phone 1S3Nsranja .

expense as a horrible example'I friends. Mr Phelps spent three (Over Brown's Drug Store) Florid
don't know-and maybe it's none winters at the home of Mr, and : j

of my business. But it seems to Mrs. Fritz MT Jackson on W Plum-
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TWO pot once called the kettle black

",, ,',When mama wasn't looking.

V But pot and kettle shine like new

With clean electric cooking.


The gleaming bottoms of pots and pans give

evidence that flameless electric heat is best for

l cooking, evenly distributed, doesn't "scorch the

, middle before the edges are done." Doesn't

;i scorch the cook, either"keeps kitchens cooler,

cleaner' Temperature controlled. Oven timingis


Sunshine Service employes, trained and alert,

make electric service always dependable, safe

and ch'eapuinstantly ready when you want

e' it, night or day. Make your kitchen modem,

completely all-electric. See your electric dealer.Irrtron. .

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*r.,. Millions know fro Owop. guts mtlonU survey
.11... Qu.... of those cake seat how overage TwictUM
actual Average cost ol electric cooking)

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THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday, May 19,1939. :

NWMMNIMIIMNMUMNWNU Wednesday. Girl must bring' Homestead May 24 at 8'o' lock. were Rex Romine and Charles IBehrena.

their registration card We also elected a newvicepresident '
I ::J HOMESTEAD IIIGII-LIGIITS Mrs Russell Home and Mrs CLASS NIGHT]( MAY tl M our former vice-

by Member ef the Homestead IlUh School Journalism Club James Hudson, who will be lieutenants AU patron of the school are Invited president has gone North tor the

BARBARA. ... .....BIRKE...............____,......Editor............._........_.__.....__..m.....uUU.UU.M..U... of the troop, were assistedIn to the class night program summer Our vice-president
In helping the girl with their skits next Thursday. letting will I* William Hampton. v
I. T.' Pearson to the
Class Night ProgramTo Supervisor Mr*. Fred Suber and Mr*. Carl : be Hawaiian. Committee report heardon
winners, Vera Rheney in the I were
Be Given Thursday seventh grade Carl Alexander in 'F. Robinson. I -w. the sub-district meet and on our
no-utensil meal will be cooked
the eighth" grade and Kathleen A I F recent father and ion banquet, and
the home of Mrs. REDLAND F.
Homestead High School' graduating Freeman in the ninth grade. Saturday at other matter of routine business
Frank Skill to finish work required
that the attended
class announce Harold Hampton Reporter were to.
will be given I Will Exhibit Art Work for the foot traveler'
class day program NNNNNNrN NNNMNrw wNNNwN INrrNn anew All through the
meeting special
next Thursday evening,attend.and that To Increase InterestTo court of award will be held Redland Chapter member held attention wa* paid to the mannerin

the public I* Invited to their regular meeting last Friday which we carried on our parliamentary
: Friday at the Sayre Wheeler estate -
The class history will be given Interest parent in the art
night and elected delegate to procedure in
in Miami Springs. preparation
by Mill Lucille West; the who' work of their children and to foster I
Ardel Parman and Ann Shackle- represent the chapter at the coming for the coming district tournamentin
who. by Miss Louie Pacettl; the an Interest In art generally,
tea for convention. These delegate which we hope to take part.
ford will attend a given
Louise Harris -
Mill art
clan poem, by Miss Mable Williams
Inatrue-1 I scribes: and then a tour of the ".
cUM will by George Homestead .
; and the : tor In the NOTICE i
Uarrl place an exhibit of the newspaper plant In Miami Thurs Notlco b barrier tin that the following dmrlhrd tent*, of M much thereof ..
tint act MU Senior Class work in the office of the Horn- will ha _T to pay the Mount duo for GOULD DRAINAGE DI8THICT uw i
In the I I day.A
for tin army ISIS horolii Ht oppoilu to the limo together with met of such talo miladvoftMra
(Mil Barbara Done) will be stead Insurance Agency in the senior gypsy trip, open to girl : will ho sold at public auction o* Monday the 1th dir of Juno, A. D. Itll.
wedded to Mr. Life Service (Billy McCrory arcade on Saturday. It fourteen and over, will take placeIn 0' the tour of I* oVtoeh noon, at the. South door el the Dado County Court H_. lathe
City: of Miami State '"f Florida.Itoonrtetloo
Clark MU Marcia Oauzen I II may be seen from 10 a. m. till the northern part of Florida ) OM. t_ ... a NaM Trial Tax
to be maid of honor, and Mill 10 p. m from July 1 to IS. AU girl wantIng s'1ofNNE MIN6:; of of NKV4 KUof8WV4 : .. ..._....* II M I 0. A. Sickle6 say t

Mary Ballero, Mill Mary Torclie, No admission fee will be chargedbut to attend are asked to get in of RWH r w SO rodi ofBU
touch with the main office at 727 of N S.I of 8C<4 of aW"-.. .-It IC.. Nepal L. VlnoML..... ....._ ._ aft
Mil Elizabeth Mcllwaln, MU those who car to leave a silver Seybold building, Miami From Wft( of 1t of .....M IS M ., Unknown, ..................... ..... lilt
Sybil Cheshire, Miss Betty Richards offering may do so for the :( _1N'7WAIA t\.j.i4..r.;

and MU Bonnie Groover will beginning of a fund to equip an July 24 to August 12, five four-day .N.>N\_< ..:;t.:, w'i4.1 M N M Arthur touU. GohoL.._.. IMMH

be the brideimald William Mc- art room in the elementary school. short-period camp will be held. .... Rdo.. .......... _...._.. ....._..... .... II.* 1 Arthur Loula OobaL____.. It.I*

Michael will be the but man; An exhibit arranged for the chil- One period will be for.senior girls Darden... ..........,...a. fob....:...__N II 10 t
Noah Peterson, the preacher; and dren of the elementary school only. The expense, $2 BO, will Include Lot 1:1rrtr-: ...: .. ...:.....:..::.........._ Nettle Mat .,. M t
Rex Faust Roy Martin, Lilburn netted the sum of $181,'Mill Williams payment for horseback riding lot : : .. ....... .. __... N and boating. (.......) HAYES WOOD.
Nixon, Howard Lamb, Charles report SUM and County Tag Collector
Little and James Hardy, the Cooking classes will be held at (May .. U. I*. IS. ISII llado Count*. Miami. FU.NOTICB ,
usher BOYS SEE MOVIES OF SELVESOn the Florida Power and Light Com- -

The second act take place ten Wednesday,', 'Coach Ted pany'* offices in Coral Gables, and Nolle la hereby dm that the followlni dMrlh land, new much thereof M A
Bleler of Homestead High School sewing classes will be held at the will ha DMaaarjr to pay the amount duo for NARANJA DRAINAGE DISTRICT tan 'Pi
year later.Three for tho nor mil, here), art oppoilto to tho _.... together with rat of each sate and! Jladwrtblai
showed his boy a reel of moving Singer sewing machine offices. will ho old at publto auction on Monitor, the Ith of Juno. A. D. II" ,
Schools Hold picture that he had taken of their Girls wishing to attend the at tho hour of II .'.....h noon at the South door of the Dad. County Court Boom, IB ,
to the City of III....'. State of Fiori.... .
practice work, and permitted themto camp are asked to register at the "
Description ox. t_r.. a Name' Total Tax
Speaking Contest Here see for themselves mistake in : office it once.Redland. NWH of JCWH of *WH.. .....SI SS 40 10 Robin Bryant .. _I 101 '4
All __ ::_:::::: .?.! II 40 4SO t. M. McDonald.-: ::: :::.. 4411 4
technique that they had made. I ae- AMENmINNr.NNNIN .NNNNNwwNN11 3
Miami Land Doralopiaoat Cm'slab
Redland, Perrlne and Homestead Erpi film of proper techniquefor .. PB 11 Pro.. 10_..__......__U IT .t a
Junior high school pupil, winner i RattlerBy Lou II. 14 IT, Bit l___- II F M H..........*........... lltO 'A
basketball and field event .. ....... _. .. 3
their N SW of Prat'l BM .C. ?? 4 IT 40 M 4S In (.Illmt Vkk.rr IT 1*
in their respective grades In shown, also.Homestead 8 1929' 01 N4i fl .....1 *.. C...._ 4 It 40 1ST.04 Inoa Gllbrrt. _.. 111 II 'J
own school, will compete in a were: ? N,; INNNNNNNNN? ."''''''_.._ Emily Engel and LaNelle Rogers NW), of MEH-.... ..____.._.._. I II CO.I r.-r-p"l"P": vkk.q1 / .,'
public speaking contest In the ; ';.r. ,
Girl ScoutsBy In. .. "." '
jnuslo and speech festival to beheld I High to EnterOratorical I IWVi of >IE%. HW%_-._ .....__ ... I IT 40 S0| >rnloJtD., PopWl4 a
Ardel Permits Int. topper Potter %
in the Homestead school audi-
..... ........ ., ContestAnne Asia. ... .. .... .. "'Ol
torium Wednesday night at 8 N Nx NNNNNIN NNn11MNNIM N% of NWii of WU .... ...... I IT 40 10 mill|.. G. Cochran a ".I; 'iNIK

o'clock.: I' It wa announced at the regular Shackleford won the pub- of MI 14. ... .. .-.. ... .. I IT 40 40 t.J."'. unpopi/ .' "1-1. 21.71 w'
The Redland glee club will ling meeting of the Homestead Girl lic speaking contest in the seventh Ins Pntoor Potter. IWtttt

Inc. ... .. ......: CUI
and the Homestead school band I 1 Scout Tuesday afternoon at the grade. % ... ................. T IT 40 40 .... M.'Dnlaii, ..."... ... .. .. n. 1 1P
will play Everyone I* Invited to home of Mr*. Frank Skill that free The eighth and ninth oracle contests 40 160 M. Uol.n.-....." ||].olF
attend. I swimming and life laving instructions will be held early next week, =',{, .1"l' ILemNW5NWttl. : :; 40 N :SOM.: DOUR I-or I Oil:

Homestead' preliminary contest will be given this spring to and the winners in all three grades N14: of Nt1L.. j'-'U IT CO" IWlffli.*....."....'.."...:..:. 'Si:::! {
wa conducted Wednesday afternoon I'all Girl Scout of this district The will compete with l Homestead ,ndPerrino Miami L.nda'n.h-.t '; ; f
Bub., tu II PEW 9p.t......._:J.ll'lt 40 It
in the school assemblyand classes, which begin Monday June I winners in the same grades Ute II to IS, Was ...........-._. --... it Lees I. Edward i ."""".MM !
medals, bought by the Homestead I 19, will be taught by George Harris In the music and public speech Blfnod) RATES WOOD ill'

P. T. A.. were presented by at t a. m. each Monday and festival which will be held in Pado Countr. Miami. Fla. Mar I.state II, and I'. IS Countr 1MI rat_ .Collector_ _., ,1

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! Friday, May 19,1939. THE LEADER. ENTERPRISE Page Seven J ,

: Mrs. Seymour Dane has as a Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Byrum had Mayor and Mr*. Edward Silting ']
guest this week Mrs. C. It. WUkeraon as guests last week Mr. Byr m's spent the week-end visiting friend : '
i of Miami a former resident brother-in-law and sister Mr. and In Coral Gables They attended -I, '
In and of Redland. Mrs. J. U Williams of Greenville the Shrine ceremonial Miami on :
S. C. Saturday. j
I Mrs L. T. Proctor and daughter, -- Y
Reba Nell, returned to their home Miss pimple; Parker of Cullman. Wm. Macomber was taken to the
Homestead here Thursday after having spent Ala., arrived ;yesterday to visit her Kendall hospital Sunday for treat ',.
the past two weeks Cordele Oau brother-in-law and slater Mr. and ment "J
a. guests of Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Mrs. Corbet Smith. Mr. and MrsTt.: : A. Froschet

Sanders. moved Into the Fry ..
Mrs. J. M. Byrum, mother of J. on Friday
Mr. and Mrs A. F Arthur plan, Mrs. A. C. Easton's later, Mrs' Mrs. Clara VanWinkle had as R. Byrum has returned to her residence which they purchasedlast
to leave next Friday to attend the W. A. Kerus of Loa Angeles who week. ;
guests ovtf the week-end. Mr. andMrs. home In Anderson, S. C., after
June week events at the naval la touring the country spent Tuesday "
Milton Whitehead, Mrs. Lou I spending four months here. Mrs. Ray Rayburn and son
where their and
, academy In Annapolis Wednesday at the Easton
ise Bresnick and Billy Whitehead,
moved this week from the Mend
U ending his first home in Redland.
ton, Billy, :year.
all of Key West Mrs. VanWlnkte'ason.
house to the Clinton apartment
Their daughter, Mary -
Carl, It visiting his brother I
will accompany them. Billy Mrs. Floyd Fogle of New I and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. By Mrs. W. W. Severr Mr. and Mrs. W."M. King and
will sail on a cruise early In June Smyrna; Beach and son, Floyd. Jr..' Lionel VanWinkle, In Washington, -- I family moved to Homestead Tuesday
:Mr Arthur and Mill Mary Franco were week-end guests of Mr. and D. C. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Haberlandt .
Mrs. W. L Flake, and Mr. and Mrs. '
will visit Mrs. Arthur's parents, and ton and Mr. and Mrs. Claude
in Lewes, DeL.for at least a month, ]risk* accompanied them home for Mrs. Adrian Jacobs la In the PostGraduate High and family of Miami were ..
"but Mr. Arthur plans to return to' I two-week visit hospital recovering from Sunday guests at the home of Mr. Dr. Leonard W. Haskln iGLASSES
:Homestead In about ten day*. 'I a severe cold. and Mrs. Rudolph Mattson. .....8.... h I,. ......._ .
Wm. Parman and :Harvey Peter thus aye --.... .. of .
A, Mr. and Mn. W. A. Austin of who have been visiting Mr. Par- Flay Watao' of Canal Point I Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Lee and I 1
(Miami who recently purchased the man's son and daughter-in-law, spent several days last week In.. baby moved from :Homestead to 141 a ... Vta. 1
w Al.CMA
!Froscher residence on W. Epmore Mr. and Mrs. C. J, Parman, for Homestead. I the Collier cottage on Eighth street plili.....1:t T-u...<
drive, will move here In June with several months returned to their I last week. .
their three children. Mr. Austin home In Toledo Wednesday Mn. A. W. Jones left Sundayfor
.,is connected with the rate depart- a summer in Sturgis. S. D. : Mr. and Mrs.:'": Charles Clinton'

ment of the Florida Power and Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Brewer Ben Archer-spent; Mother's Day. and children, Mr*.,,, Lucy Clinton
tight Co. and will commute between spent two days In Key :West last with his parents In Key West and Mrs.' Margaret .Kennedy! : spent DR.R.S.AKERSDENTIST
. hit home here and his work week. __ I Sunday In Key Weal I
In Miami. I Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Cruz moved,
M Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Huau have to 152 N. W. Thirty-third; street Mrs. J. W. Freer\>y lf(t Fridayon
I' Mri. R. E. Wlttenwyler under. gone to Marion, Ala., to see their i Miami, on Saturday. i a abort businell)trlp to Lewis- Office n' ni I a. ate f .. ..
, went a major operation at the PostGraduate son, Joe Jr. graduate from MarIon I burg, W, Va. Mr. and:Mrs. Freeman Sudan S te II
" hospital Tuesday.Mrs. Military Academy. I. Mr*. 7. R. ChambllM left Wed purchased the Chapman
nesday for a visit In Atlanta and house on Thirteenth street last Closed Saturday
I. Tom Vann left for Tallahassee Miss Alice Mulktns of Plummer I
Greensboro, N. C. week and will make It their home.
Wednesday to see her drive will return today from Free Parking Space
daughter. Miss Alta, receive a Hollywood Beach where she has Vernon Tu.rd:;; ;; his cousin, Mr. fend Mrs. Hal Pot-ham returned 1764 N. W. Iml ST., MIAMI
B. S. degree In domestic scienceat been attending the convention of Jack Turner, came down from Monday from Lake Harbor,
' the Florida State College for the State Pharmaceutical'Associa: Stetson University In DeLand to I Fit, where they have been staying FlIUMl MUI
:Women on May 27. She plans to tion. spend Saturday and Sunday here. for the port three weeks. I -
stop In Lamont to visit Mr. and
Mrs. R. E. Tlmmons, a brother-in-
law and sister, for'a few days and
to arrive in Tallahassee in time
for all the commencement events.
The SmallHOME I
Mr, Vann and their other daugh
tern Mrs. Wayne Adams and Miss :
Kathryn, will go to Tallahasseenext
week. ,

Mr, and Mn. ;;;-M. Frlck have
,moved from the Taylor house at
,211 N. W. Fifth avenue to the Dexter .
- Horne house at N. W. Fifth
avenue and Fourth street
Mrs. Chas. W. Camp will leave ?
vfor Chicago this morning to visit .
her brother-in-law and sister, Mr.
and Mrs. F. J. Bylngton, and her
nephew and niece, Mr. and Mrs. J.
;.A. Sargent and their new-born Now the small) home can be built right from startto

Leon, Jack, Jr. She plans to be finish. It be well )
"gone two week can designed. It can be well

constructed. .It can include modern conveniences.The .
, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Wysong, S.
F. Matthews and B. a Pullen attended
small) home has been usable-and
a meeting of the county never so

Townsend Club In Miami Wednesday livable. Home financing has never been so prac-
tical for the moderate-income family.

NEWT G. BALL The down payment may be as low as one-tenth of

the property valuation. One loan will take care ..

NOTARY PUBLIC sl of the remaining cost,of a new home. Repaymentis

\ I is made in monthly installments out of your income -
:1 l Fire Insurance and time.
over ample
Kindred Lines

" Qap We.will help, ;you put through your application

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f. . Social Events in South: Dadet.. Ii


DlCK IAN OF SAINT J. Rollla Chambliss son of Mr*.
R. Chamblias, will be married --
t-; At a service attended on--by end June ) to Miss Amy Carlson of The Homestead High School Roy Martin, William McMichael,
close relative and a few friends. new I Angeles. The ceremony will junior-senior banquet win be held Harvey Newton, liJburn Nixon
Mss Eva EstelJ !Sullivan daughter Saint place In Atlanta and the at In the Homestead Country: Club Moth Peterson, Harvey Roe How*
ef Mr. ana Mrs. David R. Sullivan The will be Mr. and Mrs. Wra. this evening and alter the banquet and Thompson and John Walton.
and Joseph John Dlokman son of of Athena. a dance for the group will be given The Juniors are: Miss J..natte.

of Mn. Mary Dickman of Saint After bar MUM Carbon b a daughter ef under the sponsorship of the Junior Campbell, Miss Nina Dyal, MM
Louis, were united In marriage at stead and Mn. E. M. Carlton, and ream mothers Mn. J. W.; EngItoh : Mary Grace English Misses Mildred -
the rectory of the Sacred Heart tended was reared and educated in Mn. E. 1. Dral, Mn. W. K. and Margaret Old Miss
Church Taesday afternoon, May Florida Angeles.Mr. Wilton end Mr, S. L. West Rachel Cossman, Min Elizabeth n
II. The' service wa performed and John ChafnoOae since his gradu Clinton Bishop Junior president Hall, Alia Claudia Conner MlM (
ly the Bev. James A. Oaona la SInce from Homestead High School Will make the welcoming speech Jane..CatUn, Miss Geldis Creif .
) a tropical **tUng-Eaatef lilies, studio at 1922 has been engaged la edu at the banquet and John Walton, pall, Miss ,Birdie Home, Miss
gladioli and Queen Anne' lace The work. He attended the senior president, will respond Helen Parker, Mb Effie Mae.
against a palm covered area. ant. He ,. of California and this Principal B. M. HhuJman wW Witer*,MlM Juanlta Seemed, Mb
The bide wa attended by Mr, honor yrlll attend Harvard Uni make inert addresl. Mary France Arthur MIn Louise '
: John Roberts Of Tallahassee, VIe mere at This la to be 'garden party" Barnes, Miss Edwina Close, Wll- ,
r former Mite Ela Arocarena of I In 1930. Mr. ChambUu who ha bees I banquet with streamers of pink, Dam Anginni, Virgil Bailey Ehvtn
I 5 Homestead a high school and college in Beverly, Cal., visited his green blue violet and yellow extending Cooper Oscar Cloninger, Allen ,
1 friend. The best man, was, Invited tai here during the past week. from the center of theceiling Pope, Edward Kirby, Jimmy ::
Alexander Zyorsky of Miami. I Mr. and. to each tabteIn May pole SdiaQern, Jack Sullivan, Robert ,
The bride wore an afternoon van, Mr. effect, and a May pole centerPiecewith Sykei, Howard West Clinton ',',
? frock of white MsIHnten'i alpaca Mr. and I SHOWER 18 GIVEN I ribbon streamer of the same Bishop Herbert Booth Fred Chap-
I crepe made with pin tucks andS and Mn. [ : MR. AND MRS. DODD colo,.. The orchestra platformwill man, Henry Oodson Billy Mof-
S lace at the throat and<< short puffed: Mrs. I Iy miscellaneous shower was be transformed Into a rock fett, Harry Pierce. Harold Had-
sleeves A broad-brimmed white Mn. Monday evening ai a lurI garden. ford, Ross Reitz, Eugene Sounders,
hat of summer straw with veil Harvey e for Mr. and Mrs .teonard The freshman girls will wear Carlton Sweet and Billy Walton.
trim a pearl necklace and otheraccessories I W. B. I Dodd by members Of the'' long organdie frocks of tints to 'I The freshman waitresses are: K
\ of white completed het Clark:, Mr. people's department of the match the streamers.Guests ,Annette Campbell, Mary Jo Close,
costume. Her flowers were a Mr. and \ .Methodist Church. Mrs, at the banquet wilt include Wava Horton Geneva Vows, Mary
of and and Mr*. until April 8 was Miss Ruth I t Mr. and .
shower corsage gardenia I Mn Hlndraan the Louise Pierce Mabel Pope Evelyn
orange blossom Mn. Fred junior room mothers the two senior Sykes, Marjorie Conner, Kath
The matron of honor wore an A. Young The guests Included Mrs. Ivan sponsors, Mn. Gladys Webb I leen Freeman and Mamie Lee
orchid and chartreuse silk frock Barnes, er, Misses. Helen Mildred and and Mrs. Margaret Mayrrant and Poesy.Mrs..
with japonica and white accessories Mr. and Field Miss Mary Brad Miss Peggy Allen a post-graduate ; T. J. Dialer and Robert'
and a corsage of salmon and Mrs. Miss Annie Ma Booth, Miss student I II Hater, Junior sponsor, have been
orchid gladioli.Mm Theo Redd Mill Mary McNeill, I The senior guests will be: Mia i assisted in planning by the following *
StrtHvan was gowned In Frank NcQa Seals, Miss Effto' Booth Mary Ballero, Miss Edna Booth I .eonunlttees: Arrangement,
green alpaca crops and Mm Dick- Sanders, Marybell Glbbs, Mir An- Miss,Helen Bradley, Miss Barbara Nina DyaU Mary France Arthur,
nan, k* green figured crept, Each: Redin M, May Sparkmatt Holding, Burke, Miss SybU Cheshire, Miss Billy' Walton and Clinton Bishop;
? wore p corsageol whit ..... M,. and Eunice and Douglas,. Barbara Done, Miss: Virgin Don ,i i daooratlonc,'Mary Frances Arthur,
The 'bridegroom' and best man and Mn. wr. i[ eyr MIN Ruth Frederick. Miss(Jane Gatlln, BIN Deal Howard
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wore gardenia boutonnieres Mn. Mania Gauzeni, Mini Bonnie West Billy Walton! and Clinton
After Ole marriage. service I re* Donald The Calendar .1MatlfA. |1 Groover- Miss Louise Harris, Miss Bishop? Invitation, Mary: Grace
ception for the bridal couple wa J. .. __ _...1 I Elizabeth Mcllwam Miss Louise English, Rachel Cowman Jane
held at the home ed the bride'sparents Mr. S. :IPacetU I Miss Annabel Redd Miss Gatlin Edward Kirby and Howard
H. S. senior
play. I
which wa attractively Free, 'Betty Richards, Miss Clan Belle West; program, Elwin Cooper
: I I 21.-T'ownaend
May Club meet.
t decorated with Easter Kite, gladioli Anna in Neva King Cooper School Stuart, Mis Eleanor Sullivan Miss I Effie Mae Waters Rachel Gosi-
other cut flower and<< palm Nabon, : ,I I May 22.-MeeUll of Jennie Madge Thompson, Miss Mary Tor- ,man, Claudia Conner Herbert
< Mr W. B. Caves presided at the Miller, : else, Miss Lucille West. Martin Booth and Edward Kirby; waitresses -
Circle of W. M. S. at Lloyd
f bride' book. Clara Bishop Truitt Bullard, Banks By- Mildred Field, JuaniU Sas
home at 1:30.
.. The bride's table wa spread eron, Mn : : rum, Billy Clark, Rex Fiiust! Jack I nett and Birdie Home; menu
22. Redland P. T. A. bene-
May -
with a cut-work: cloth and adorned Smith I I| Gatlln James Hardy. George Harris Edwina Close, Ellz.abet1HalL and
bridge at Bashor home.
with rosebuds The three-tier Sever : Howard Lamb Charles I 1lltl) Jeanette Campbell.
F ; I May 24 Trl-school pub It..peakin .
and Sue ---
wedding cake was topped with a m.V"i. festivalMay -- -- -- -----
i miniature bride and bridegroom Pratt
I 24.-R H S. class night
Assisting In the serving of cake Rev.
S s i May 25R. H. S. class night
eandwtehea, nuts, mints and punch Sever !
I May 25.-H. H. S. class nightMay
ware: Mimes Mildred and Julia and Harry I 23,-Meeting of Study Class
1 Sullivan, sister of the bride; Mn. iffis Jennie Lobdell THE DRUG
Donald Sullivan, sister-in-law MISS
; I adIXIE
Misses Hazel and Eleanor Sullivan WEDS I May' Aid.25.-Meeting, of Redland f

and Mrs. Fletcher Bryant, herr Miss Florida
May 26.-Homestead P. T. A.j
cousins and Mr*. Roberts and Mn. Toledo (X
I at 8 p. m. i
{ R. S. Clark ler of / ,
ti May: 2 .-Meeting of Redland ,
The young couple left at once at 2 o'c :
Demonstration Club.
for a honeymoon trip that will the t
Church. May 28.-Redland Ladies' Aid Big Bottle OKAY*
party; at Sullivan home at
TO GiVE SHOWER ensemble The brtd : SHOE '
FOB MRS. DODD : I May 28.-Woman's Club benefit
and<< white
Mm J. R. Pope and her daughter May 27.-Poppy :Day sale IERgam
Mrs. Waudell Peeples, will "B. & at Ruegg home. sCIEA
+ ? give a miscellaneous shower for ha been \ May 28.-Dorcas Class meeting
Mr*. Leonard Cecil Dodd, the She Mrs. T. E Kirby.
Y former Miss Ruth Tower at the IIIF) May 28.-ft. H. S. baccalaureate
i home of Mrs. Pope this afternoon. was there."a at 11 a. m. In auditorium. &txk24&ai\\
Different game and contest will The May JO*-H. H. S. commence ,,, oarrdl6ukt
be enjoyed. exercise !
i i Thom avrlled are Mr K L. and feted Mrs.' I May '!.-R. H. S. commence I COM B
Brown; Mrs /. A. McNeill, Mr*. exercise at 8:It p. m. 4ft Laxative ,
in 1937.
Chester Redd Mn. Annie R. Butler Ga I f th qrl see of Aptoaunttutinc, it
4 Mrs. R 1. Edwards, Mrs. S. Cairo. stins laxative I .
A. King,, Mr*. J B. Tower, Mrs. Mn, Vque AN NIC ;the wnoto family j J
t T. A Halney, Mn L. Field Mrs H. Hubert

y H. Ewing, Mis Mary McNeil, Miss Billy
i S Marjorie Redd. Min Frances Lott, BIO / Pack 100 Purest
"a Mill Jean Parman. Mia Annie Park In 390 '

.. Mae Booth. Miss Martha Close, will take B ASPIRINTA8LEK1
\ Misses Antoinette and Holes Moye, Dutch Get
{ Miss Helen fleW Mill Mary Bradley and<< a r ae.,

#I'r and Mia Ellen Venn different WATCH OUR DS\ get quality A. dependable atwom

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I .. :May 19. 1939. THE LEAnER-ENTEnPRTKR Pair, trim 'Q
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The memben of the Stephen
if-social Events J foster Junior Music Club presented J
I The University Club is the name the fall a musical at the home 01 Mn }
ft f selected for a new Homestead organization Mrs. B. M. Hindman was elected and Mrs. Oeo N. WakefieW Bunf ",

t formed primarily; forth president; Miss Bertha Nil Halts- day afternoon. i

purpose of man vice-president; Mrs. Geo. D. Piano solos were given by Mary : ,
WOMAN'S CLUB OF HOMESTEAD AND SOUTH establishing a Ruehle, treasurer; Mr*. T J. Grace English Van and Ann \ .ji
scholarship fund to send '
some local Bitter, secretary; and Miss Elinor Rheney, Mary France Rutland;
. DADE GARDEN CLUB HOLD JOINT MEETING girl to college **ch year. The Payne, historian Athler Kemp. Frank Bagter Rice, ,
,, club plant, also, to engage in educational Other charter memben errs frank Haimnaa and also by C

tA f .talk, ea"kopkM' fnritr was Mrs Oeo. E. Reed recited several -: ties. civic and social Mrs WUlard Fifleld. Mrs. Richard Hagler JUct. Betty Lou Harris ., .. ,
jade BJ S. 7. Lynch of the Subtropical poems, including one writtenby I Huff Miss Alone Vercoe, Mis Mill Mary Frame Rutland and ; '
,, Experiment Station at the Dr. Iran Shanklln's mother, Plans made M the ot Jewel Tuner, Mir Esther Don, Hubert Smith live a trumpet duel I
meeting held
'combined aneetinga. of the South Mrs. Elisabeth Austin. Wednesday Miss Helen Denies and. Miss Helen and Barbara Jean W eftekt" a ;
, Garden Club sand at the home of Mrs. B, O. n 1111A]".
Dads the reading.
The garden club wtU meet next
, Woman's Club of Homestead in on NOT. 8 at the home of Mrs. clude the holding of a bridge Mrs. Ruehto wilt entertain the Punch and cookie were served. 'N
'the clubhouse of the tetter Monday Annie Butler. nament during the summer ,group on May 29 from 4 t* < TIle guests wen: Mr. and Mrs.X :' '. i
, Varieties he beginning of active work during o'clock. R. RutUrwt. and Mr .
afternoon. spoke Forty-one, were present Mr. Mr. Rita "n
of,as ef special value were the and Mrs. J. McCready, Mr*. R. J. Mr*. Carl Anderson, Mrs. Curtis
custard apple (Annons retlculaU), Shepard, Mn. Harry D. Wolfe MRS. MYERS SPEAKS REBEKAHS TO ENTERTAIN Monroe, Mrs Frank Haumun,
lobe (Oarclnla Llvingstonsl), Bar Mn. W. B. Haal, Mrs. Bishop TO REDLAND: CLUB ON MONDAY, MAY It Mn. Julian H. Webster Mn. Oeo.

bados cherry (Malplghia punci- Mn. Joel J. Robinson Mn. N. O. Mrs Flora D. Myen, town clerkof Plans for entertaining on May M. Frick, Mrs. W. B. Mill. Mrs.
'dolts), white spots (Caiimlroaedulls Ball, Mn. J. M. Dobbin, Mn Nellie Florida City, was guest speakerat M Palm Rebekah Lodge of Miami Ruth Scott, Mn. R. F. Blackford. i
) and wooly leaf white 11- B. Reed, Mrs. C. P. Jackson, the meeting of the Woman's which la the largest Rebekah lodgein Mn. Vane Harris, Miss Mary j I
pota (Cailmiroa telromeria). Mrs. Grace McLellan Smith. Mn. Club of the Redlands Tuesday afternoon the state Coral lodge of Coconut Jackson Bobby Monroe and Sorry
An Arbor Day memorial service J. D. Redd, Mrs. Arthur Gude, in Its club building. Her Grove and the Odd Fellows 01 Rice.
was conducted by members of the Mrs. Elberta Rule, Mn. Wm. Dun- subject was Indirect Taxation." Homestead were made by Liberty The Marion Fteltia Circle met '1
Woman's Club. Mn. N. O. Ball lop, Mrs Lena Brlckley, Dr, Irene Delegates elected to attend the Rebekah lodge at Its meeting Monday with Mr*. John Anderson Mrs. C 1
dedicated a tree to the late Mn. ShankUn, Mn. R. W. Mullins, Mn. Dad County Federation of night In the I. O. 0. F. hall Haflcr Rice conducted the devotional

E. A. Ennls: a former president; Butler, Mrs. SheUllne, Mrs. Edward Woman' Clubs meeting In Miami Mr*. Luther Strickland representatlv .' *. .
,Mr*. W. D Shetzline dedicatedone Norman, Mn. Edward Nor Beach on May 24 were: Mn. Seymour to the Rebekah assembly! Other members present were: 4
to the late Mrs. James Mc man, Jr., Mn. Henry Johnson, Dane, Mn. CM. W. Turner, held in Saint Petersburg gave a Mrs. Vivo Booth. Mrs. E. S. Cap.
Cready; and Mrs. W. D. Bishop Mn. M. F. White, Mrs Preston B. Jr. Mrs. Dave Kufeldt, Mn. On complete report on her trip.A linger, Un. H. L Brown, Men K.
dedicated one to the late Mrs. S. Bird, Mrs. Paul Reynolds, Mrs. I. Stewart and Mrs B. A. WsMin. special invitatiml:wa sent to M. Glbbs and Mn. J. D. Redd.
f. Matthews. .. E. Crowson, Mrs. R. F Blackford Those present were: Mn. H. J. Mrs. Barbara Heedrft district Visitors present Included Mn. S.
4 Mrs. E. C. Lowland of Miami, Mrt Ramon, Mrs. Fannie Schuler, Armstrong, Mn. Frank Stillman, deputy president to attend the entertainment U Kendrick Mn. E. L Oodwta,
former.president of the club, I Mn. Ray Fleming Mrs. Fred Mr*..C. R. Wllkenon, Mrs. E. A. on May t9 Mn. Raced and Miss Estelle Tal-
dedicated I tree to Mr*.Ceo; Ran- i Henn, Mn. B. E. Gatliiv Mrs. Carter Mn. Wsldin, Mn. Turner, Those present all the ,meeting bott
son, another,former president, Loveland, Mn. J. F. Caron, Mia Mn. Kufeldt Mrs. Stewart Mrs. were: Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Moon,
and Mrs Hanson'dedicated. a tree Jennie Lobdell, S. F. Matthews, Dane, Mrs. Myers and Miss Estelle Mrs. R. W. Mulllns, Dr. Irene W. M. I a CIRCLES: HOLD
to Uric' Loveland.' E, A. Ennls and James McCready. Turner. I ShankUn, Mn. I. P. McLean, MnE. THEIR HAT MEETING
The Pearl Davis circle of the
S. Caplinger. Mrs. Harry D.
JUNIOR WOMAN'S CLUB BRIDGE PARTY 13 GIVEN MRS.'1RWIN" 13 HOSTESSAT I Wolfe, Mn. Anna Messenmlth,, Homestead Methodist Church Met
I GIVES SHOWER FOR MEMBER FOR HOMESTEAD CLUB COVERED DISH LUNCHEONA Mrs. H. B. Seattle, Mrs. Florence Tuesday afternoon with Mn. A. 8.M01. .
, A surprise miscellaneous mission study and I' Pacetti. Mrs Cora Bell Orlnold .. Mrs. J. A. Daugherty conducted -
shower Mrs. H. K. Foulk and Miss Pearl meeting a the devotional MU Helen
was given for Mn. T. J. Walker Whitaker were hostesses at a benefit covered dish luncheon were held 'nd Mr Strickland. Livingston talk
gave a en "Light"
Monday night at the Woman' Club bridge party given Friday afternoon by W. M. U. circle One Wednesday I and concluded with a "The
building by the memben of the at the home of Mn. Foulk at the home of Mn. Frank Irwin MRS. DAN WILLIAMS Torch." .
Junior Woman's Club at its socialmeeting for the Woman's Club of Home- Mrs W. L. Rosamond conducted' ENTERTAINS CLASS Those
present were: Mn.-C. D.
The hostesses for the ,stead. the lesson from "Helping" Othen I Mn. Dan Williams entertained :takers Mrs. Ceo. lUtuon, Mrs. J.
evening social meeting were Mr. Prizes won were: high, Mn. to Become Christian her Sunday school class at an evening U. Free, Mn. J. J. Richards Mrs. .
E. A. Buchanan, Mn. Stanley Those present were: Mn. W. B.Mvrlck of on the lawn at her
Henry Johnson second Mrs Joel games Daugherty Mill
; Livingston
!!. : Mn. J. M. S ,, .._ ... and
Wlttkop, Mn, A. M. Logan and tt Mrs t. I. --...-. ..
j. Hobinson; low, Mrs. n. comer; .v. "v"o1'ere.m UN. Un.
Miss Pearl A:Wise, Mn. w.c..; hlre: : '-
Whitaker. Mrs.
door prize, Mrs. Elizabeth Fuchs; Ice cake and punch were The Wlngat Circle met
Mrs Rudolph Mattaon won the 'and slam prize, Mn. Geo. D. G. A. West, Mn. C. E. Saunders, served. with Mrs J. E. Close. Mrs. J. A.McNelll. .
Mgh score prize in bunco; Mrs !Ruehle. Mn. Rosamond and Mn Irwin. Those present were Mn Joe, who had charge of the

'David Barnes, the low score prize; I Othen present were:: Mn B, M. Dr. J.luncheon E. Johnstone and Mr Irwin Murphy, Dorothy Sullivan Virginia devotionals presided over the

and Mill Alice Hobson.. the floating Hindman, Mrs. George W. Harris, were guests. Hilliard, Sue Moye, LoisPierce 'meeting. Pledges were made and
prize. Mrs A. L. Lanier, Mn. Claude I Mary Louis and Ellen I given to the treasurer, and a Christian .
" Present were: Mn. Harold Oxford j Campbell,.Mn. R. R. Klnard Mrs. REDLAND P. T. A. TO GIVE (JDearlng, Edith and Lillian Booth social report was given. ....

Mn. Herbert Turner, Mn. Reward Lamb, Mn. R. J. Elliott, BENEFIT BRIDGE MONDAYThe I Barbara Williams Betty Bailey: Those present were: Mn. L. D.
Fielding Ruff Mn. J. D. Perkins, I|Mn A. F. Arthur, Mrs. Preston B. Redland P. T. A. will give a {! Barbara Williams: Betty Bailey. Wyman, Mrs. Mollle Wingate, Mn.-
Mrs. Bruce Ennls, Mrs. Burley Bird, Mrs. E. F Garretty, Mn. A. benefit bridge P I'i1.t the' ome of j I Mary Jo Close and Dolly Barnett Robert Glenn, Mrs. D. L. Bowen

Dandy, Mrs. Alex Lanier. Mn I W. Jones, Mn. Curtis Monroe, loin.I Mn. D. E. Bashor Monday afternoon Mn. Dan Williams.! Mn. O. L. Sho-
Claude Campbell, Mrs. Ansel Barrow W. R. Anderson, Mn. A. M. Logan, to get funds for the proposed (MRS. SEYMOUR DANE waiter. Mn. McNeill and the
Mn. Herman Thomas, Mn. : Mn. B. E. Gatlin Mn Paul Reynolds tennis courts at the school. The 'HONORED ON BIRTHDAY hostess.
Robert' Glenn, Jr., Mn. James 'I Mn Emmett Crowson and hostesses will be Mn. Hugo Vih- i I A surprise birthday beach party
Bird Mn. Augustus Wynn, Mrs Mn. E. J. DyaLOUISE. len, Mn. Arthur Davis, Mrs. Frank I j was given for Mrs. Seymour Dane Mrt. Ceo. W. Turner, Jr., and
Paul Reynolds, Mrs. Geo D.: I I Hathaway, Mrs. D. K. Thompson {Friday evening by Mr. and Mn.I .I Mine Either: and Helen Livingiton .
Ruehle, Mn. Barnes, Mrs. Buchanan I MISS PACETTI Mn. Carl LJndgren and Mrs. :'|I H. O. Carter and Mn. C. R. Wll- attended a dinner given Saturday
Mn. Wlttkop, Mn. Walker OBSERVES ANNIVERSARY Bashor. kenon of Miami. After a supper night in Miami by District
Mrs. Mattson, Miss Betty Mrs. Florence Pacetti gave a Playing will begin at 2 o'clock. I I!at the beach card games were enjoyed 29 of the O. 1:. S. for Via past
Bowen, Miss Hobson and MissWhitaker I party Tuesday evening in honor Teacher guests, however, will at the home of Mr. and Mni r matrons and past patrons of the
and three guests Mn of the eighteenth birthday anniversary start at 3.30 o'clock i i Carter. district Several members from
Geo. Oann, Mn. Alma Doxsee and of her daughter, Miss I I i Present besides the honor guest, Homestead plan to attend the
Mn. Paul Leaner. Louise.! She was assisted by another IlF. LAND AID PLANS :hostesses and boat were: Mr. and i,special meeting the Key Welt
I daughter, Mn. Stanley Wltt PARTY FOR FRIDAY NIGHT Mn. W. D. Mahan and Mr. and chapter will give to morrow night
DR. AND MRS. IIAU8MAN The Ladies' Aid of the Redland Mn. E. A. Carter of Redland and for Mn. Marlon Neeb, grand conductress. -

ENTERTAIN CHURCH CHOIRS i kop.After an evening of dancing and Community Church win give a Howard Baldwin of Miami. .
. (games, an ice cream and cake benefit party next Friday eveningat
Dr. and Mn, Frank Hauiman
I the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank
entertained the choirs of the I course was served. I Irlous i iStillman I Mr. and Mrs. H. '1(:' ?&Iulk had

.num..a.__u.__ U.L ff-tml_ ,'._.. ana r_plBCO-_.__ I The guest were: Miss Bonnie _.. "ft"... ....It...... ..was.._._._ decided__. u... ..at .the. ',a* dinner guests Thursday Mr. and
"' '" v. '''''T II. .a-
Groover, Misses Antoinette and Mrs Fred W. LuffmaiV of
pal churches at a Chinese checkers Tropical Cafe
will be and ;
Jeanette Campbell, Miss Edna games played, refreshments i J_
party at their home on King Highway will be served. The
I Forte, Miss Nina Bullard, Miss 1| Min Jean Coldrori and Clinton
Tuesday evening. I doers north ef
public Is Invited to attend. A silver city hall
Mary Frances Arthur Miss Kath- Pepper were dinner guest* of Mr.
The guests included: Mr. and leen offering will be collected HOMESTEAD FLORIDA
Raymond.lioberts, and Mrs. C. E. Elchenberger
Mrs. Ivan Moeer Mr. and Mn. Those present Rev.
Burton were: *
and Tom Stlnson ; .
Brady Mthr Wednesday evenirg.vvvvvvvvvvvvvv
Virgil Mr. and Mr. J. D. and Mrs. C. O. Nelson '
Lyon Kitchens, Edmond Pacetti Sidney, Gee Regular dinner ...... 56c25c
Redd, Mr. and Mr*. Chas. Clinton Kendrick I, W. Turner Jr., Mrs. M. A. 8allerI ... '
the Rev and Mrs., R. F. Blackford Charles Little, Eugene, Erwin Saunders Myrick, Bob,]i!Mr*. U J Armstrong, Mn Gee W. : O O Plate lunch ..... ....

Mrs. c. ,Hagler ,Rica, Mrs. J. A.McNelll Cassube, Ulbum Nixon John Turner, Sr, Mrs. M. M. Ramseyand
Mn. Lloyd Field Mrs. Mrs. Stillman.Th Miss Ruth SterTaal sod Mrs
Howard Lamb and Wad
A. R. Caves, Mn. Ceo. M. Wakefield Smith.T. I next meeting win be held I YOU GET Florence R>nado. Prem.&GIASSES.
Mist' Esther Livingston, Miss | Thursday at the church. ,
Helen' Field, Miss Martha Close. ) I I
Miss Effie Booth Miss Antolnetto E. L. CLASS HONORS EXPERTBARBERING
days, Miss Ellen Hull, Miss Bertha :TWO OF ITS MEMBERS I STOMACHTROUBLE :I
Nil Hausman Miss Mary A handkerchief' shower for Mrs.
Jackson, Irving J. Lyon, Sparkman I
Holding, Bob Cook and Rudolph] were given by the T. E. L. T* Keep
Cossman. I Class of the Fint Baptist. Church Effectively treated VvTJe-
I{Friday afternoon at the home -ofI Awake f
. I Mn. J. R. Cbambllss.I by Chiropractic AT .
Mn. Gums Joiner and her
son, I
I i A program on "Frlendthlp" was "Start getting wen belaysDr.
Burrelt had
as guests Tuesdayand
(presented after the business meet V4 /
Wednesday, Mr. and Mrs. ,ing. Mrs S. A. King Mr*. W. B. R. Elliott BusirsBARBER
Chas. Lowe of Key West Mn.
(Myrick and Mn. Catherine Pick- I ,
Lowe, Who .. grand warden of the I I lard[ gave reading* and quotation, I We
grand chapter of the O. E. S.. was i CHIROPRACTOR i
j i Mn. Howard gave a readingi om-aft" eat blffM An h
i ere.
honored Little River literals Bld,. homesteadTurner's ,
by Chapter
II i I during the social hour. ,$Nhea be k. tVUwM
Tuesday night {! Those present were* Mrs J. H. he" heaped 0bsN"** b" sow"

!(Scott Mn Georgia Faithful Mrs.: I SHOP
CLUB TO GlVNlnT :W. D. Coker, Mn. M. M. Blggen, Dr. B. F. Stcbbins
BRIDGE: PARTY FRIDAY Mrs. Emma Wright, Mrs W. L.Rosamond Fimsral Home I

i Mrs. B. E. Gallia and Mr H. Mrs Jennie Smith Mrs. Dr. I* W StebblnsIMS .
ttuegg will be hostesses at a bene-I$..H.,Fitch. Mrs. King. Mrs. My- tt-Ut AMBULANCE: SERVICEU4y I' N. KROME AVE. VT. Flagler Si. Miami

fit bridge party for the Woman's rick, Mrs. Pickard Mrs. Howard none l- ll*
Club Homestead at the Acme of :Mrs.. CheiNre and Mn. Cham- Phone 554-A Bemeetera,J1a. I O

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\, Pare Ten I.. \ .. ',. ..:.: ........ -THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE. '-';"" ... -:' Tridyt i jAlity-19, 1939: <;

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,' I 'iff was CIRCUIT roirtr or TH. IITHJUUICIAL Notir ot IALE or TAX: can,.. I
BALK or TAX In* ta II* 44 team far the yean INS to JM1 both raU CIICUIT IN AND FOR CATU. AppltoaUon, No. 471
"OTtlT ... K*. IMIMoltae II'Io'1 I"" Blor'k; T. Plnokunt. .J: I lv*, "and .i..I'.if.: to II tl PADS COUNTY PLORIPA. IN CBAJI.CBRT. .i Notice la hecrbr *rea that THEUUORUt: I
a> .hmby Vince that ti; Tk* ton ta b* MM are LoU I to 14. ." Pirk.The No MM BAILEY"boo filed with me written Mount
I fcAlLRV KM lied with M written by Cwtirkiato. No. got of IOTI andHpnonu UXM to b* MMr- evidenced by UwMfleau 1 that. the Ux oertrflcXM tontber with oil
that the Ma MttlflMU Smallest with oil taxis for Hw yn IM* to) .. N OM of IM and nproMnUUaM ORDER OF PUBLICATIONBETTY .uhMqurnt omltud *r kvled. ... Iftelmlinst,
miMeaiwM mrlt.4 M krrled tauar loolvdam both iiMlMlr .n ,.Mtiiv to Us.II.II .t'l for the yean If?*, to goes .nwrunp,' UAKUKBOK. rUtnUft.re. th* nr IM, bold br the State b* ndvcZtleod

IM Ma' MM. M* be th* BUI ** ad.nrnued ft. by 4* rL la rfW W Lot 14,:Block lat' : V nnd Mid b th* k.tehee! bidder for cook
..d MM M UM .hipbone. bidder for 1. Plnrkant I PUt Book 1, Pan 177. The: : M ... Block ft. H........ Park LAM OKOROE HAftdBSON.!: Defendant : M provide by C"III'" ", of Hi* lost
Mh M mi-Hod ky ChaMar I..... at the to b* "'itr.i": : ruod by CoHtffeauNo I The UIM to k. Mid an ovkwaoed kr CerUfltau TO LAM (.KOHOW UABUEflON BnVdene A.% of the LediUtur. .. Von the. folhvwdeeerlbed '.a
IMT A... of UM lMlUun[ IBM UM IdlowlM -10';. of nproMnu tomes forth No Mil of IM and "US;-" Unknovn real MUU In th* County at Dado
>Mrtbd. ml MUU III Uw County room ISIS to 1.... both lnolu.1... taxes for Uw yMn tool to IMI.du.lv state of KTorld." ..-....:
.I Pad*. Hut *f Florid, U>-..lli laManUn* to 111.M. *. amount!** to |10ilLoM TT M ORDERED that yea file pow nppenranM actions PUt at B<4
I II .. IT Block to. HarJenda, Park oil the SOL day *t '..*. A. DIM .I"'V-;: r.
end 4 UrClals'Sub... Plat Rook 17 Block I Plnohnnl Adda IE BW* oxides 11
LoU I Lull and II. The be oM evra.nMd by CerUfleau to the Bill tt CMapUtal or Divorce In ,
.. Pan *. The U.. to be mid. ar* evl.toned PUt Book II. Paio ,.. The t by Certificate M. 1114 *f lost and .old arr evidenced. br c.rur..".., No. Ml tar star loss to ,,,.. both lailu.lv pro eonfoMo will be entered against low I*. containing 114 AamI6 more or
repnooM taxes tar Uw Years ION to HI*. of stiff and rrrMiiU toui for the rMnIMI I *. amountlnr years to .*..M. CARR 6 CARR.lollclton 1 Uu. The season to b* Mid Ire evidenced by
both InelMlv, .irunMlm ID 11171. to IMI, both InclMlv, nntoaatln u Lot .. W D. Horn .. Add. Tk* taxes for PUIltlrf. Certificate No 701 of loss and repneenuUIM
t Lot II. McCI>l.'. 'uk.. Plat Hank S. 110.... NoM4 too UM yMn logo to IMI botk la*
I Fan .. Tk MUM to be lION nn *v|. a SEA It. of M all II. of 1111'4 of BW\44 to b* cold an evidenced by for the I AM II May i. It II 1189)) ......*. accounting to 1411.M. '
drowd by Certificate. No IMM of 117 indwpiMmU of sw\ of Smile* II. Township '1. Range ot loll and Memento UXM. ..... The Honmtoid LMdo -Bnterprb* 10 d..uriited Lit 14 TalumiAddl. No' I. PUt'Book
.1..1. &
ton fur UM y..n IMM to IMV, II. containing .17 Acres. many or MM. Ik KM 1914 to 1919, both .. ( .. the .._..*pr In which this order 1. Pan 111. Th. taxn U be Mid. an eel.dcnced .

both l... .. ... .....u.U.*; to W.luUot games to M Mid an *.Id....... br Cera_.. Lot. 47 1\7.W.... 0. H_'. Add Th toxM ir.all' k* published. MM I weak tam four by Certlflrile No VIVO of IvIIVndfor
McCUIn'e Hub, PIM Book I. N.. 1771 of mat and nvmonu UXM for to be oM an evtdenMd by Certltlcnte NoIlll owasteutivop we" .p..ll" twes. th* soon IMO to IHI.
; Pan I."n; taxes u b. wiM are evIoenoHlky the room last to IMI butts Anatomists, f lost and rcpnoenei toM toy UMnan Thlo 14th day of April A. D. 119 both 111<'I001... bewonting 10 412.76.
U"ifient.: )I.. tMt of IMo and npnMnU amounting; to Mil '"logo to 1911 bath 1..1..,... ..mountLot P B. LKATHEHMAN: ai Clerk ef Loll II aml 01. Tatum's Add. Jio. I.
UaM for th* Iron IM l.. 191*. botkInolUBlV Lou 1 to I and II to II. Black. 1, $4..n Circuit Court. D..& County HorldaBr PUt Book 1, Pipe III The UIM W k*
*. _..U.* III ...4.61r Kaclrnd Park PUt Book It. Pan Ml ThoU at U Block ftood'i Ind Addn Th R. H. RICE:, Jr.. Devuty Clerk.Clmtt Mid an vldeiMd br C.rtlflMU N* IIMof
I Lou T and I. Block 4. Ho..ib DlimondPnrk. .M to M Mid an evidenced by CrtiriraUNi UnM to ,be Mid :;. evidence by CertlflcaUNo ( Lourt; Paul IMI end revnMnu team for .... pairs
PIM Book ,. Pin 111. TO@ taxes Whe iml of 11 and minMnu saxon for MTI ot I9W and ...... team (orth. logo to 1W. both Inclmln mounting to
r evIdMMed. br CwtlfleaU) Mo' 1996 to built ........1.. r-n.r 121.1'
auld in Uw rMn 1111 .. 1M to "... both ...... ..,
1044 of IM* and nMMaU uioi for the mounting toll. InMMintln yMn to I3t.ll IMI. both Inclwlv imountlnc to 171II. Lot'lt, Tatum'i Adds. No I. PUt Book
, I ran 1.28 to 191*. both lnelu lve, nmxninl Lou II to 10, Block I, H....... Pirk.PUI Lot It.*Block I. '_.'. Sod Add Th Lot 40. WilbrMn Add., PUt sam-sewt 1. Pan III The to.M to b* Mid. are evl.denced .
Ue to '2 .It. Book II. Pan, 10 Th ta.M to b.* town to b* Mid ire evWencW. .by CertlfleaUNo. Pin, '1. Th* toxin to br old by Ortlflciu. No. till of Illl and
Lot 1. M P. Walker, Sub.. PIM, Book 9. ..It *r* vldcnMd by Certificate No, 6906 all of "*o and npreMnu UXM for demand by Certificate No IOMI of 1117 andrepnMnu represents tax*, for the rMn IM to IM,
f. I Pin ... The taxes to ... told IF* evl.deneed of 191 and nprrionu seem for the yean lie logo to III*. both seclusive.Lancantine UIM for the Fine IM4 to IM9, both, lnclu.lv. amounting to Ml.41.
I i/' by Certificate No. I4U of 114 *ndreir.ii.nu IM to mi, both IneliMlr tountu.i Vitro to 111 II.Lot both 1..1....* nmountlni to 118 II. Lot II, Cimpbell'i Add., Pint Book ,.
" UIM for UM nn .loll W 1M9, 1114*. "I T Black .. FFM.fl and Addn Th Lot I. Krora A_ Adda, Plat Book 4, Pin 14. The UIM to k* arid an, .. ..
imountlnf to 111.TLuU >. Block I Hacienda Park. '' be demand CerulkviM N MM of IM ladrepnoinU
both InrlMlv., Let St. : taxes to be Mid in *vldod ky Certlf Into Pan 114. Th toM to Sold an *vi. kr *
If I and I to II Block 1 Servesllub 80. W; to be mid of endripreienu ton for th 11 toIIM.
I to Book 22. Pont taxse I No. 1171 of lost and npronnu know forth demand .ky OertlflMU No. Til loll rearm .
Fo 't. PIM Book II Pan 17 The lease uW ..Id....... ky Certificate No. 441 of 1'M *, lose to I.... both inclusive. UIM for the years IMO to Loss, both 1",1..1.l nmoimtlni to MI 14.U .
MM >rt evMMed kr OrtlfbM Mo. and Mlironnu taxes for mi to poor 10. both 1041voll I ,% miscasting to 114.ol. '1. Campbell, Add., Plat Book I.
r. :. tons of IM7 and MpmonU tau, few Uw jolt. both ... .. ...u:1..1: *.M. I nouiHnc Lot a Black to M.. r_.'. Ind Addn Th Lot 4, Krom An. Add*., PUt Book I.; Pan I... .Th UaM to bo nM are evl.deaood ..
;. e.n IM4 M IN, both Inclusive .mount'In Lou M to W. Brack. .. Hnctoada 1'..... tests to.k* cold. are *......... by Certlf*.., Pin \1,. Th taxes to b* Sam *r* ovUderuod ky Constitute. Ma MM of IMI and
I to III*.44. Plot Book ... Pin .... The tomes to be No. 1171 of toll aad reprMonto UXM foryMn by CortUleeM N... Till of 111 indrenrMu nprcMnu taiM for she yean |M* to 'aa.
. ,I LAW II to 14. Block 1, Borer1 Rub.istat Mid are cvktonord kr Certificate No l." the lose to 1911, both ..I..I.., taaM for the _... IMO to IMI both lncru.lv nmoinUnt to 117II.Lr .
Book II. PH. 17. The torn u h* MM *neidoneod of IMI end rwroMnU same few the rwnIMI _...inline to MO*. bAA lnclo.lv. mounting to Mt.44I. .!. FTM'i Adds. Pick Book !. Pan
" by OrtifKito No. longs of IMT to IMD, kotll)noI"''', MUiuntliK M slegi. II; ft B of ME Cot of CU of NEH 1AA I' fiflock I' Daemon Palms Adds N6 TL The tassa to WrIl widose" orcowinnift .
and for Uw lti to i Th, 7.-; We, lose ; lost sod vwp-aaxw
nonMntt team wn UU.M. I of NWK Sw%. Weak II.ft. a IU ft PUt Book 14. Pin t toiM
' \ IMI, both taHoln. amounting to 0194 14.Uoto Lot .Op.Bloc" l ta't:' Plat I M ft bled:.& ft to point of becln, Battles odd. ir *vldne d br Certlf...* No. 1HM ansab far the your 1110 to IMI.olu.lv .' \000
I to I, BUxk I, Boyor Biw. Put Boc.kll.evtd.aod W Th. sold am II. Townihlp IT Bouth. Rnnn I* EMI, of lost and nprMMto UIM for the room *,. *Mo "a to DOUG. .
Book '1. PM '1. The team to bo Mk inrHM4 kr Crtrfkato. No. law f loft MatoUIn 49 Acre*. nan or IMO. Th III to IMI, both Inelnelr*. ramaUaer M Lots I* WnlMdm Addn, Plat Ba..1.
) by OrUIi. No. tool of too and npnoMM UIM for UM rr IMI toIM UIM to b Mid .. cvMnned by Certificate 14.IT. I Party .,. Th UM M b* Mid nra orb
, mmj irprMmto MM lor too yMrt 1111 toINI *. both Ivlwlv, anwiintln to 17.71.IMI No. VIVO *at 19M and nproMiU UXM forth Let 11, Fleck T, Downer Palm.! = I denoid' by C tU-.JIo.. loll *t IMI,
." both liuliulr., amounting to |1M 01, 1A4 PlInk 1. H.deada Park. Plot too* to till hoik loolu.lv No, I, Platit 14, Pin I*, ihe mouth lepiMimM taiM for th* yean 1M MlM9bntfe
; LoU I to 14, Block I, Boro. Mob, 9 it .t Par* ift The issm ow saw Said yean to 140 II. he antis an evtd.noM' by CortnTlcaM Mo.Ule hiilnnlM,. amonatlnr to IM.1I.LM..I .-
.. PUt Book '1. ..... '1. The taxes to bo MUrr acklopeod by Certifies" -," imoanUn awls II ft B a M ft Want ot Nit Cor of .. lost and Mpni.nl taM foa.ttarynn I. *..W._.. 44dow Plot BoeKkPnn 'I
nUm4 by CortKlcoM No. IOHII ft i4: and rvo to tests for the, Veers: Wee 4* IMI to. III*. both hMluxlv, atatm 4T Th UIM to be MU nr., evl
.. )off and roprw..nto taM for tho ..nrIft4 to imrtKTtri rncluilra, .aI4t\1Ifho. to (IS Ol of 111 NEK ft. I f.r't:: Point ofkooln I.'I'.H. ,daaont lip. Crtlflrto Son 0811 ot rlt .ftdI
ta IM. both ....1..'.>. imouillllif 4* 111.11. BeMwa It. Tons Nhil", lovth Rose Lot II. Block. T. Descent Palms DtehlonNn --ronnaMto Inn to* tk* visa IM to 111SIP.t
171.14. Loto I to T lad I to 14 Block t. Hacienda II EaM _..1.1.. 14 Arms, .... or be-*. I. Plat Book It, Pin M .The .._ to : both hido-lve amonntlni to 111.10Lol .
Lou 1 to It, Block It Boror-i Sub ..irk. PUt Book II. Pan "' The taxes tobe The UXM to be Mid an evidenced by Cer.tldcau be MM an evidenced by CertlfleaU*..l T, Stitch .. Jtri.: .'. Adda. Plot Bock.l .
riM Book II. PMO 17. The tuoi 'i.mJ; Sold in ovldmcd ky CwtUfeau No.IM No. 78I ot IMt and npnMnuUIM mill of IIM and represents taiM for th _Pan IM. The Wagon to bo oU aM.MUdoaeed
{ am nUnuril ky Cvtlflrato No of 1920 and NvnornU. ..... for th* for it@ IM* to э. both.in. Years IMI to 1919, bulk lntlu.lv*, amount. by 00nI1..... No. IIM of 111 nndnprMenw
,' Spot oM _ta term for, the seen rMn IM to IM* both 1ft......... ajnauat-. .lu.lv amountln rMn to II.1*. I* II tone for the yan IM to IIM;
in to IIU fault iMluolvo amounting to low to Illl.Tt.Lou Brain 11 ft I and* 144 It Want of ME Car lOt:1 0. Hall'i A...... PUt Book .. Pan both _..I... ........U.. to M I.*.-
'I'*.II.UU. I to If, Block I, Rnctoada Park of E: of ME< of NWK of SW14West '10. The team to b* Mid. an MkUeiMd by Wt % Lot 41, Mlllorl Adda., PlAt Book1I
II M It Block I. stories lub. PUt Book II. Pan o. Th ta*M U b* IM ft B 111 4 ft, E: III ft. N Its ft, topoint CertlflcaU No. 10I1T '"f IMT and npiMeauUXM Pan, II. The UIM to he Mid an evidenced '
PIM Book II. Peru '1. Tho taiot to bo Mid Mid iro evidenced br CwtUklU. No. IOW ,of botl. IIoeUoft It. Township 61south. for the room IMI to 1911, both- In.du.lv by CertlflraU No I7M nf IIM nndnpraeenU .
.... o.M..i.od br Certificate No Knw o( of lilt aid npiMiuu UIM top the room Banco all -.. "staining .It Acme *, amounting to .1..... Samoa for the Penn IM to IM*.
1'17 and ..._.. U>M for tho rMnl IM to "". both laeluilv, and 11*, toM. Th UXM to ho old. an *vldmced > ,Lot 11. Hall Addn, Plot Book .. PanIK both lnclu.lv., amountlni to IIIILot -
.*4 to 1M. both liwluolvo a_nUns to amounting .. 127 II.Loti I more *r ky Certificate No. Mil of 12* and Th tax.. to be Mid in evidence *rCertlflcaU I, R. L. .'. and Add., Plot
110441.Lou. Block I Hacienda Park. Book I Pan 111 Th UXM U b* Sold
II and 14. U for ,ho illS M, N.. 10411 of IM7 and repnomuUIM .
M Penn
I to It Block : foror4- .. PUt Book II. Pon ... Th U>M to ... lull npneonu. both 1..1.>...... amountiNg to 141II.Bcxln for the yean 1114 to ID**, both I.. .n evidenced br CKtlflcaU No. M4 of
Vist St. Page St facts to .. gold Mid are .vldrncM' by Cortlllcau, No. TOM nt point Ho It E of IVY Coy of, clinlve imountlni. to 411114. IMI end rcprMMU same for the peace
am ..1doncooI hy C vrslfjrmtc, No, 10111 of of IMll anf ronrownu tam fur Uw yMnIMU I WV of 'WI of NE" of sw%. Th N goo, Lot II. HiU. Ad.... PUt Bonk I. Pan IMO to 1MI both include imountlni tn
J t7 and same for tht both 1..1...'.. and 1.II.nd Mid .I ..*. .
roprpi.au iman to 1.11. ft. To N..LY along curve a Bodies of tl*. The team. to be in evidenced kyatnonntlni .
IV" ,_ .1989 I .-...-it f"hwi- Senountirus W I.... oloom"11011 to II III &10.27 diatm.ce go 400 ,&. more or ImaEmat Cortif6mee No. .1" or In1 and reprotanto Los n. Block .. PimhurA Adds.. Plat
1101 T7. Low II to 14 IlloSi i Hacienda Park N West taxes for the year. 1024 to 19801, both W Book I 1. Pan ... The taxes to be Sold irevMeneed .
Lot '. Block II. Town of Hon .... Hook 4. Pace II. Tho U... M bo mid or.o.MrncW mid an evidenced by CertlflciU No tool I of .at Th Woo In p,1>. H.. ._ LoU 1 and t, Block 1, Morris RiHnMlU 1 and represents toss for the yMn JM* to
br Certificate No' IOID of IW1od of 1119 slid .......to UIM far the yMnIMI lion NE"II. Township'W". 17 South Rang III but Division No I. gUt Book II. Pare I*. The I.... both 1..1...,... amounting t* 114. .1,1.
HprMonu UIM for the years 1W to to 1.11. both inclusion, and 111 Th* UXM to be MM .. ..'01...... by Cer* to_ to k* Mid an evidenced by Certificate Lot II, W D. H.'...'. Sub, Plat Book
IMI, both InolnlM amountlnf to IDS 71. mounting to $28 14. tlflcaU No. 1909 of IMI and represents N. tllll of 1127 and reprMonU t..M forth 1. Pan lit The UXM to b* Mid *n evldoncod ,-
Lear I and 4, Block 4. E.t..'. Addn. Lob I to II. Block 4, HicWnd Park, fur the IMO to 1919, both In.lu.lv. I room 1IM to 119, both victim*. ky Certlflrit* No. 1101 ot 1911 and
t PUt Book 8. Post Ill The taxes to bmM > Plot Book .'. Pin '0. The to... to be .taxes. amountlni years to 14! 61. amounting to III II _......'" taxes for the Town 1914 to IKS.
are rrldmeod! br CortUlcoto. No Gall Sold in evidenced by Certificate No Goo. I E U, ft of West III ft of N III ft otNWVi Lot I and 4. Block' I. Morris HomMftM both lnclu.lv*, nmountlni to I*.10.
.,( IMU and rryroMnu torn for tKo roinmi of It'll and nprnenU Imams for the years at nt IEH lives Street! and Division No. I. Plat Book U. Pave Bo The Lot Id W. D. H.....'. ..b., Pint Book I,
to ION, both liMliMlvo, KnMHintlni, to INS to ,.... both ........1.., and IMI UM begin it NW, Cor Lot 1* ) W. Cimp- team to bo sold am owidrnmd .by CtillestoNo,11814 Paw in The team to ... cold ... evl.d .
111.II.Lota. mountlni to 151... kell'l Addn to 11....._.. N too ft, K of I.n and twomeantik tax" for ...... br Certificate No. 4101 at 111 end.Menu .
1 ont.! I, Block 4. K.lt. ',, Addn. Lot 1 to II Block .. Hacienda Park, 40 ft for P. O B. Th Slott. I toast, the Vases 011 to 1.81. both Inclumil-r v" taxes toy the years IMO to IMI ,
PUt Back I Pan IK Tho $ to boo Th be Mid evidencedby both ,. .mountlni to 19.17.Lot .
amos ".,k. ton to in I WM 10 ft, N 100 ft to P. O. B.. Beoltol 11.Towaihlp accounting to \.10. ,
>.ld or __ br OrtKtrato No. BIOS Certlflc.1. No. 4041 of 119 nd room IT South, Runs I* r:.... Th Lot 7. Tatum'o Adel. N., ,. Flat Book to II, Titttm1 Addn. No. 1, PUt Book
'"f II.4 and nprcmu UM for the yoin wants seem for the "an IMI to iM. botkInclinlve toiM to be Mid evidencW by CertlflraUNo. Pan Ml The UIM to ba sold an ovl.Oaoed U Pan U*. The tame to be MM an evidenced .
last to Vat. both. lrK.lu.tvo, amauatuif to and IMI cmounUn to 110.94. i 1411 of 1M4*n sad reproMaM toxM for .by Cntlflcau No. 10701 of I9ST endnprcMnM by Ortlflnto No. MM of logo and
11'.01. LoU 1 to I. Block *. Hacienda 1'...... The IMI to 1M9 both inclusive. taxes for the yMn UM to IM. npreMnU UXM for the yan 121 to IM.
Lou 19 and II. Blork. 4, ..Zen Addn. UIM to be auld an *vMced br CMUflnu. amountlnc Uw ynn to 111 IIN both lnelu.lv commandos to Ml.71. both lnclu.lv. amounting to 111.17.lt .
Fiat Book I. page IM Th. to bo No. Good of IM and repnoonU taxes for of ot NEH of IWVS. swum LoU I and 4. Block Birker Adds fl. Titnmi Addn No. 1. Plat Book
aold are ovtdmwd br Cortlflrau No III the seen IM* to IMt. both lnclu.lv and 11 *Townihlp BWU' IT South. BE more I* Eaet PUt Book I, Pin II .J;. UIM to be saijam ; I. Pan 118. 'l'ho.._ to be mid in *vi.dcncod ..
*f IViitt and mp_to taxoi for the rearm III. amounting to til... holes, MV :of Lot .. Block .. M L. D La. Evidenced. by Certificate No. 144* otIM by Certificate No. Goo. of IIM and
II" to IM*, both liKlu.lv amounting to Lou I to IT, Block 7. Hacienda. ...k. The taxM to b* told an vMeneed by Ortlflcito aid repnMnu team for slowly"lot@ .. ..... nnu taxes for the ?men loop to I....
S.111.97. The taxes to b. MM an ovMeneod br Cer.tlflMto No. oil of IMO .and reprennuUIM to I.... both lmlu.lv .... to both inclusive, imoantlnt to HI II.Lot .
Lota I. 0-4 II. Block 4, Ri0ring's Add.. No. 1004 of IM and repnMnuMIM for &M IMI to IMI batik toclu.lv. .41.... Tl Titnmi Ad.... No, I. PUt Book
PI.tIa k I. Pan IM The taxes to boonld for UM yMn IM to I.... both In.elMlv .mounting nn to l\l '1. Lot 1. A..... A. Kit PUt of nvUla, Plot 1. Pan ItH The team to be Mid an evidenced
oro nldoiiMd br Certificate No lilt *. and I.... nmountlna ta MIDI. % ,ot ot IK 14 of SW% Section Book II. Pin 4u Th team to be Sold *neldenced by Certificate No' IIM, of Illl and
'"f 131* and r.proionu Scott ,... the rMn Lou I* to 14. Block 7, Hacienda Park. II 1 Twp NWH II South Rinn, tl LMt, bem14 kr Certificate No. IU7M of IMTnd __.... taxn for the Years IMO to IM.
toll to lose, both lacluoln anounUiif to The taxes to b* sold an evidenced. by Cer.tldcato Lot II Block 8. D Co. NM of represents tam for the rMn lot to both inclusive, mountlnt to 111.Tl.
.n.... No. loo *f 1 logo nnd nt nMnUUIM of IE(4' ol 'w':4.: Section II. Twp III*, both inelwlvo nmountlnp to III.II. I, Block li. Tetum Sad Add PlatBook
.Lot It. Block 4. tirlnrt Adda, PUt for the yMn 1M to lisa both In IWti South Runs II Mebeing NVt Lot N 10 ft. Lot >. Amd. & E... PUt of ..- ,. Pin lkUiM tobxnldir; *
B>nb .. Pan IM. The UM to k. Mid ano .lu.lv, *. and 1ITO amountlne to 111.71 IT II block, I M. L. D. Co. Th to... to b* villa Plat Book II. fin 4*. The taiM to xrldenMd by CrtlloU No. I7T1I of IMS
....>*ood by Cortlflrau M' *. 111 ot IM4 Lou I U 14, Block I. Hacienda PnrkThe old evidenced. by Certificate No lilt. he cold in *.Id....*.. br Cwtlflc.tr Not and repnMnti team for the yean IMt to)
and rrpnornu ta.M for Uw rwn Ml ta UXM to be Mid an evidenced, by len ot in end taxes, for the Ounce IS41 ot toll and revroMnU U>M for the III*. both uielu.lv. amoantlni to II.It.
/ 1030. bulk lnrh.lv. amountlnf to 111.14, tiricau N.. IHW7 of IM* and nprotonuUIM 1ISO reprnenU amoonOiHl w VMI w IMO to 1939, both, Inclueiv*, amount.In ., 'ldd' 7. Block 1' Titnmr. Colored
Lot ID, Ulock 4, II.....'. Adda., PUt for the years 1VU to IMI. both In. 11 M IMI, both Inclnj.lve to '11.n. Town :. PUI Book .. Pan It Thai

I Hook .. Pace lit. The tames to k* Mid anvNlnwod ehrjlv*, anwuntlmt to 1110 tl. 1140 II. of SEV4 of 8W4. owthma. Lot *. UM N 10 ft.. A..... *. Eit Flat of taxes to be sold in evidenced by Certificate.
\ br Crrtlflrato. No 114 of IW4 Lou t to >. Block *, Haeiondn Park.Th 104.:: :,11.. Re-w@ 39 Last. being oVvlll*. PUt Book II Pen 40 The taiMM No.' 4W4 of logo and repiMenU taxM for
and nnroMou taM, Our the room 1991 ta UIM to b* MM an evidenced. by Cer.llflcau BI..k. ... L D. C The be Mid in evidenced ky Certificate No.10KI tho yr n 1821 In IM*, both lncln.lv
L 0.
I ..!.. both ,...I..lw1.amounting M 61 1.99. No. ago. of IM and represents 9% 1M I' viucncod ky Cortlll of IMT and r*.....to seem for the nountln* to 111 71.
..... II and ... Black 4. Kwlnl'i: Add... tense ton tb. seen 1M. to 1999, both In onvoot to b* oM an taxes ..Mn IM* to 1919 both inclusive, amount LoU I end I. Block I. 7."' ..'. Colored1
PUt Book I. Per II*. The learn to boMM cluolv, amouiMBn to IM-04. ",, cuts N*. .too. of lost represents lntlu.lv Ins U 111M Town A....... Plot Bonk I. Pin *!. Th*.
in wrldmod br Certificate No.' sell LoU 1 U '1, Block ,.. HMlendn ..,b. for the yMn 19M.II to. IMI, both Lot 10. A.... *. It... Plat *f ...ut.. PUt IIIM tn be cold in ovtdMoed by Ceitlfie.to
of 1M and roproMnu taxes for the nan I I The taxes to be- Mid an _cast by Cer.ttfleato aniountlnr> to 111 iW /. getting Book 14, Pin 4V The UM* to be told. anevU..d No. Orel of U'O and nne.nu taxis ff
IWO to IM*. both ......... MOMBtUt "I I I***,MO* of IM nnd npnomu (, of IW ot IE 4: I East, beuuIVt by CerUfhtoto HE 107M nf logoand the yMn IM* to IHI, bath lnelu.lv,
I I, T IT Bovtb. *
listil. arms"tiat to III 17
Inforthooressm 19K to lose, both In. L. D. Co. The nprMcnt ton for Uw seem IM* to
Lnu II a.d 14 Block I. Lincoln' Park elusive. ammowe so "..... of Lot U Block M. CenlflMUNo. ,.... both Inclueln' accounting to III II Lot T. clock S. Tnwn ot HomMUad. Plat
Aildn. PUt Monk 6. far, I 1111. Th team I Lou'I to It. .*>ek II, Hacienda ...... team U be Mid *n and rvldonced ky taxes for LoU II end ... And. *. .... PUt nt Bonk .. Pin, It The ..... to be old irovhhmord
ta k* Mid. ar* .vMoncol by Cortlfloic No.IlKU Illl of IMI repnMno by Ocrllflcnt No MO of 1W
The UIM to b* MM an evidenced br Cer.tlfnau IMI both lnclu.lv.. villa. PUt Book II. Fin 4*. Th taxes to
:. of IMt and nvnMata U>M for tboKn No. Gets '"f IM and repnMiUUXM h. Votes 1HH to ... Mid an .vldeooed by CertlflcaU No .nd repreemn UIM for the yean 14n to
r IHI to IMI, hands InclMlvo .-... for Uw roan In" to I.... both In.lu.lv ...ou..U... to III.OT. bar, with all ant of IMT end mpreoMto tau for the I.... both 1.,1...... omo.mtln. to $34 91.
lll.ll.Lou *. imountln to IM.... told UI nrtlflcalM will be, years I9M to I.... both lne.lo.lve, nnmin*. Lot 4. Hlock 4, Town of HomeeUad Plot
IT and Block Lincoln' subsequent. omitted or levied taxes II.... Pen II The to be enld ir*
II. I. Park Lola I II.. Block. It Hacienda ..,k. tk CourtHouse nf to III 71. 4. taxes
Add%.. PUt Hook 4. Pan iu Th ta n The lajwe to h* MM an evidenced by Car* nM to the hlchMt th bidder 7th at.... of I..., Lot H, Amd. *. IxL Plat ef trrllla PUt. mMonced ky CertlfrraU. No MIT of IHI
4. W MM an OVMMMM" b, Certificate No, llfkxtto No. 1011 of IM* and reproMiUUIM In Miami oa o'clock Book II. Pin 40 The muse to be gold inerldeneed old miHxmm HIM for tho yMn IM tol
WOT of INI and rrpnornU U.M for the for the yean loss to 11*. both Inlu.lv Illl, beginning at the hoar ot tan Uw ......, by OertllkiU No 1401 of lost .l.. both mchnlve. cementing to IT.tl
Man Illl.11. III*. both Incluolm awount.ln *. amoonUni to 41104Lou *. .... *r a* soon thenafter al nd roprM.aU tones for the Votes INK ta lot I. htook 4, TVwa of Home-rlMd Plat
\ to Ki way bo _had I. due @memo. Bonk 4. Pin II Th ta.M to he mid "r
I I to .. Ol..bI, Hacienda. par*. this the I7tt, It" both Inclusive ammtlnil to 114 M.
I Lot I'. Block 0. l.lMoln Park' Addn. The UIM to b* Mid an evidenced. by Cer Dud at Miami Florida. Lot 10. A.... E>k Plot of "' 1110. PUt evldm-ed by Certificate No. MM of lilt
PUt Book I. Pan' IU The faces to kwM > llfKito No. full .( loop and rcwnMnUUIM Say at May IM*. Bonk II. Pin 40 Th UM to he cold inmkteneod pod raw_tl taxes for UM nan IMo Mr19X9.
an evidenced by Onlflrato Nor IIV" for the, years IM to IM*. both In- C B. LEA THEKIIAN.Court ky Oertl'kntto No. 10771 of IMI kntk ueluofvo' .mounting to "". 1.'I. .
I lost and rcpmcnu wave fur the your m unltno to Mill. Clerk Circuit .nd represents ton for th* yenn IMI U' Lnt I*. I. U. ':: and Bin. PUt Book
late to ,.... .both lr.clu.lvc amounting to 1.ILl to ... Block II. Hacienda ...... .__ .._... ._,Dad County Fur"By .11*. both lnclu.lv.. amoontln to 111 IS.Lot 4, Pan 141 Tin to be Mid nn evl.Lnt .
I IIMTa.Lot. The tamtirirat to b* suits ar* vM.nMd br .".ro.... ...... ..-.. D. C. II, Amd. & I..... PUt ot ." .. PIM dialects h. Certificate N. 692S or 1981 and
U tuck t. Lincoln Park Addn, *, N.. Oil of IM and INO. FENNO. I, Book II. Pin 40 Th U M to k.* Mid ire reqnweents tax" for tho print IIIItI to lost@'
Plot Book 4. Paw, IU %b. Noun to boo,4d toiM for *. 0 room Irtw to IN, kotk Pulalt-11,011, May U. 86 : JUftS .. loss- lo.nord. ky Cirrtfnito No. 177 of IMT i- Imhof--. aftwoutivair. II 1\.18..
an ovldonood br Certificate No. H04IItl II ilu.lv*, amoniLoU ntln* to Illl 14.It. C"'I SEA> repreeento ..... for the ran IMI toto" ... J. U. ..... Red Bob.. Pint Book
IMI and represents taM for the rMnIMM I so Block. 14, Hacienda NOTICE 0' IAn 0' TAX CRRTIFICATES. both lnclu.lv. nmoantlnt M 111 II.Loto 4. PUT 141. The taiM U be said ... evfdenoed
to 1.... both hKluorr*, (nminUai to The lot" to k* Mid an cvUeMod. by : Appliestleat NW 4910 4 to T, Block '. Decameter ":1d by Certificate No M7T of IMI endiiinni.iini
....1. tftkou II. 4011 *f l*,. and ".... I Modem b kmby liven that THKODORUI Pint Bonk t. Pn n. The knows to be UIM for th* mn IM ta loser
Lot IT and II. block t, Lincoln Park same far the pairs IMI to I.... both In.Ml BAILEY Same filed with nw written MqurM .>n ntdeneed ky Certifiable No. 107(11 of both Inclusive, imontlni to III....
Adda. PIM Book 4, Pan I... The boom luMve, old mounting to IM.M. that the tam MrtlflcaU. tonther with all .Ml and rey/rMento UIM for the yMnltl Bald loa MrtincaUe tonther with .H
to be Mid or M4raood ty CrrtUkoto No. Lou n to ... buck. 14. HMMlda Park subsequent omitted or Uvlod taxes Includln I to IM*. befit '..I...... unonnUat to subsequent emitted or levied taxes wilt. b*
lull of IMT in* rovrounu Iowa (or the The UIMlluern to be MM, aN vtd.aMd br c.,. the year III*. heM by the Buto b* advn.tkwd l<.1.11. v ld to the hhvheet bidder at the Court
lot to IM*. bulk Imelvaive. a-... ta No, Nil ot 11 end represents and auld to the hlakM bidder low Seek tow lt and II. A.... Al. Ell. PUt of le.cilia. R-rw In Miami. on th. Itk dr of Juno
e" II1.M. ::= for Pa Oman INS to IMI both Is. M provUed by chooser 111114. .. th* ISO PUt Book I.. Pan M Th team to: 1IIt.: beginning at the bonr *t I* .'....

loto I and t, Block. .. Uaonla Park 4,041, loss, annmtlaa; to I1I.TI. Act* ot th* LevMMur*. vpon th. followln k* eoM, *n *rldeed kr ConlfloaU No. :;"; ;0.- ''.i::help: UM *em*
Adds. PUt bank .. Pan III. Th ton Loto I to .. Block II. Hartradn P.rk.b dnerlbM. real MUM la tb* County of Dad 411 *t till and roprMMto taxes (or th hi .
to k* MM are hi.noM' or CortHlnto No. The MM to MM in evidenced by Ccr. BUM nt Florida towltiLot roan IHI ..I.... both hMlaalv*. ._.. Dated at Mlmnl. Florida thai th. I7tk
Ml o* test ind 101 Mi nu toM* (M the. &tl"'w" N.. loll of IN and rrprMcnUreara I Block t. TatuM' Colored Town law to IM.4*. day ot May IMtI. .
MO.1810.41Li.mw IMP, both iMlvrr _.\. asset, tow the INS to ,.... both laIMI Add*. its. Boob *, Pan (I. Tko MM 111thaodisit.6 I. Block I. Commerce Addn,. .. t'ATHERMAN.CUrk .
flusim. 8141 amovMln to III.!*. to be told ... vldeMd ky CntlflMto .... P : Post rl. The lam to be sold circuit Coart
I to L Block .. Lincoln PtrkAdda. Lota I to II. Block 14 Notion r..... ago T .( IMO end ecpcMenu tanen for that ... *vto>need by Ortlkto" No. 1MI4 ofIKI Dad County Florida.Circuit .
PUI Book .. rose III. Th tarn Th. tamoIftcau to ... MM an nWonnd ky Cw.MIT Penn lot. to IMKkotk IndMlv*. Gaseous, lad reprcMntt faces for blue Foam loss ( Court lea.1
to k* Mid. *r* MtoVnMd kr CwtlflraH. lift & N" W IMI and movements n TT W IMI, both la.lu.lM imomtln to I>T II By WO. FENNO. D. 0.
looks of into ind roprMonU taxis law ,hoC. toM, for &M rear logo to IMI both in.stualm. lot : Wilbrldn Addn., PUt Book I, Lota I ind k Block 4. Common* Addn, MMi war II, Ml, Jan .. IMI.
.. SON to INS. both torlMrra anvxiat- and IM*, araonntln to ........ Pan 4T The tan to ko oM In ..* Pint Peak a, Pin *.. Th tam to be MMara
to Mill.IM Lota I to la, Bkick IT, HachMdi Pirk.b. dammed lor Coriltiowtv N. 01" at INV" s"dmowroaamto *vldeMd by Certificate ..... lots ..
II III,, Block .. tlnorJn Park The Ism MM. in evidences by CMMI wom for &M "an 19" II ,.... split lad _. boxes for th* yn IMIM
Adda. PUt. Bonk .. Pan lllTOM, UIMIn liffirsts. M& of IH end roprMinto both InclMlve, MnoynUnf to IM.I4. IMI both lnclM.lv. ammmtrni to ....,*. DR.M.A.BERGERDentist
b* sold am *.Mi>nMd br Certificate. No. lasom for &M Tom IM to IMI, bmh ,.. Lot M and B I (I. Ut II, Wilkrldon Bald sea ertllcUl tontk.jr. with .11
*.4* nf I.M and IOIMI"U UIM tor &hor.n. W-1m, and IM. anowiMnt to Ml 14. Add.. Plot Book I. Pun .,. The UM M au"1_ or nvwd taxes will We
.. to (M*, both rMliKlY anwiat.lJ .... It 66 H. Block IT. Hacienda Pirk.k. be eoM an rrldonMd by CorlUtoito No. .ld M the It.._ bidder *t the Cases
Saw Tho taxes an MM en evM.nud ky CrMl MM of IM and npcMento UM for the ROM to II...... es, th. Itk day *f Jon*
11 is M. Block. .. l.l-. ParkAdda. tlfwato N& ml IH and MorMrntoI IMI to JIM both ....u04.*, nmonnt. IM*. bealnnlna at the "hour at 1* ./._
put Book 4, Pan SOL. Tk Una taM for .. young INS to IMt both taIMI t Eve 1411*. 16 .. My ago" ik.i lifter M the aanw Office Hours :30-4:30
.. bo oM oft ..-.... by Ccrtlftooto sift 61NOM AFA anMnntln* to ."..*. I" W.1NWoe A"a. Plat ."it J. way be nourboal Is dim :
sow of loll and prM.nU toM law, tboMU LwA I to tv. Block la. Hactondn Pirk.k. tam .,. Taw mass to be onkI .ft fellits Damd at Miami. F1orM.ikei th Ula
IM* to ism k.tk. liwruarr*, aMMM.uS TO- team to MM ... grtd.ao.d by 041imte .. __ .as" .d Inv .ad, day at Mir IM. First National BankI
... .... M* .f IM* and miinntoroan _&0 samw Saw the _.. IM tolM*. R. B. LRATHrRMAN. ..
ll'1-d I.. Btork. .. Uaol. Park loans far the IH to IsM back In.IMt bank _....*. laMmta* to I MII.Lota Clark. Clnoll Ceurt. Building
Addw Pfctt *"k 4t Pan' ,.... Tom ton clustw4k .ad *mwnUn. to .....*, IT and M. Wnlbrton A.... Phil Dad CMMy rbcioa.Cbnll
... k* Mid am oMoomd W OMtlTlroto rta.W4 rn Is ... I ptmk Ilk 11_ ...... Ban U Pan 4T. Th taM to k* MM amoidMAW ( ,Cowl BM) p IIbt. .
*f aad mirmnll asSir tk*I'Me town to be ouM am owNmed so Casrarwomommos. her C.Offb66* N. 0114I 91 left By imtf. VCrtNO. B..3,*'" !;

MM*, I a\-: IM* both inches. MMWH. ........ ... .... ... .1_ sad eeprqomfA team any 1M seem so". Is, ISeVlbk May n. ttrlmt .. IM-- "


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iday, May 19, 1939. THE LEADER. ENTERPRISE rave Eleven .


ILLEGAL am IMT t* 11. both inclusion amouni NOTICE or BALE or TAX rtiTiri.CATC .
NOTICES t '. *. AapNcallM No. 444* t
:is ,
Lota tl M Block M Cambridge Notlco h korrbr that CKO
I Lo.... Plot Book to. Pan 4*. The taxes COOPER AGENT OP THE OWNER, W.:
lam M ko arid evidenced ''M. WENS, kaa tiled with wriiioa CLASSIFIED ADS
1 an kr Oetlffcate) No. aM n.QMM
t J or BALE: or TAX era mi.WCATWI.
Na. 44M IIM* of 111 and ropiwaant. bam for the that IM lax Mrtlfloatoa tonthor with 'I
p-ye.ll!' ta ISIS both IncJuelva, _ftlo all mtooiuMt emitted at 'kxrM teama,.
T hrrak, l loon that CITY OfaGUTH 1 i
/4q1to o I eluding the
Int ta Soar IN. held kr the tau he
n.A. kM lllod \It: HATEfirjt: insertion 104 line
MIAMI with. M I Lam Block N. Cambridge. Lawn, advertised and mold to lha blthoal bidder a ; lubtoqiMnt JnatrUoni m
rMuoal that .the tu moth.row I Plat Book to, Pan .... The team ta he'cold rot rash aa provided b> Chapter ism, of U. line
ZJrikur wttk all subsequent oaiitto or are evidenced kr Certificate No. 114 the 1M7 Acti of the 1At........ upon low : ,' I
KTiaiee Including the Mar IM, held of l_ and naroMaU taxes fur the nan folniwlag doaorlbrd teal I mateo the _. ,
CUM note M edvarttud tad Mid to tin 11017 to INS bulk Inclusive. amounting to County of II..., SUM of Florida ...It: t
JKaaa Udder for wall aa provided fcrOaSer it ton. Lot II. Block 1. ctaadolKhi. A.... toGoul. FOR RENT FOR SALE-Here are three pareeels
,u... of Do KIT Asa of UK Los tl to II and II to I*. Bled IIaaibrldn .. The base to b* KM an .... I
Leialatur. upon the following dcaarlbed. ( La..... Plat Book W. Pass ... deuced bt Ortlfln.lt N... 'TT 1 of SPOT ana away below value: A two- ,
J,,selawn I tin Count Of Dad. state Of4iuH The taxes -.I"I- are endeared kr CorItlfuaM rwraoMla taxes for the roan legs to :UNFURNISHED i-room houM story home with 12 rooms, : j
I No. af IIY0and reprM.au IM* botk 'llMlwaln, amountkig a in.17. Lights water Brook, Inc., "I'
l a I. Bloch I, Cambridge lawn.. 1 celled two inside toilets
team Spa the nan IMI la tvll, bath to- laid UK omiflcaua. anther with all up-
'tatPuok to, Pun I*. The taxes to ko allusive, amounting to W*.41. subsequent emitted or .wrtod tear will ka !I Phone 76-B stairs balcony mould rent for
add I ar arldeneod k, Certificate No. llodl 'KM the kbrboat bidder" Ml. .,
certificates M
tax '
together with all i
'ofINS and iWMxiU bum 'or tin yen I.u=.. omitted ar levied taxes will I' be tol' Miami oa the Tth. day af = ''FOR RENT-Furnlihcd two bed. (360 per year. Only 11,250: cash.

Ion to lost. both laclualn, amounting toftii said' ta the highest. bidder at the Court tan I kMlaalng al the hour of I* 0...... home alto All taxes and liens paid. .it;
I HOUM In Miami oa the Ilk dar af Juna, :a. m. or aa lOOn thoroaftor .. the aam.mar I room furnished
T lo It, Block S. Camkrldga Lawn., I 1 1929, beginning at the hour of I* '.lock ... reached In duo ...... I apartment. Reasonable runt 20 LOTS In Homestead, mostly In :; '
PIN Hook 10 Fun 10. The tease to .bo a. ta" or M anon thereafter M the Mm.mar : 1..1od., Hlnnl, Florida, thin the ITtfel 1 All Downer Palms No. I. Many have a"
geld ara ld.nMd k, Certificate N... tlM k* reached la dua eouna dar of MaIN*. convcnlnon. Reduction to
of |into and represents taxes for the roomInv Dated at II'...... Florida, this the ITtk 1C. B. LEATHFRHAN right party by the year Eva sidewalk All of them for
to I..t, kotk InelualM. amounting to dar of Mar, IM*. i Clerk Circuit Court, 1 Collins 13,500 AU taxes and Hem paid.
E. B. LKATHERMAN I bade ('.....,. Florida Biscayne drive and Fed-
; I and 1. Block 4. Cn.kVfog Lawn.. Clark Clmtt. Court, (Circuit Court Soali 1 eral Highway. 70 ACRES on Biscayne drive, near .
:plotan.. M. Page 4*. TM taxes to ko Dads aunty Flurld. 1: Br JNO FENNO. 0 C. Modello ont mile cut of Newton 'I'' .
evidenced bj CartlllMU No. Stall (Clnult Court Bell Publish Mar 1, 1*: ,uno I, lOTt ,
ar ,121 and represents taxes see the rMraIttt Br IHO D. C. GOOD, cool, roomy apt. for rent road, only $25.00 per acre. ': '

w IMf, both iMlinlvt amounting u"loM > Pukllah Mar It. It : June r.NO. I I NOTICE OP BALI Of TAX CERTIFI.IATE1. : Private bath, reasonable rate. Phone 72. H. A. Cameron Home-

; I to 4, Block 4, Camkridg Lawn Application No' 4711 Ask it Western Union. (mntt) itead. Flu.
/jplal Book 10, r... OM The sexual to ItooM : NOTICE: 0' SALE OF TAX \tIlTI" | Nnllwaa hmbr clrni that K. M SLATTk.lt .
an.adsa.ad br Certificate' No. 11811af c.rD. Application 1'1.' 'TI7 Y hen filed with mk written rauuoat :
,* lots and raproMnui taxes for the ran I Notice a hereby aloe, that M. P. WAL- that the Mm arrtlllratoi. together" with all fOR RENT-Furoiihed bungalowwith MISCELLANEOUSIF
rlMt to loss, kotk inclusive, amounting M ERR hoo Iliad .lIh ma ..11_ request ........_. omitted or levied' 6".. Inelwl.I fireplace hot water new !
It 1 I hat the tea wrtlflaito.. together. wlUabonumt .11''I I lag the roar l'l>, MM. br the ...... ka ad.
I' v.rtlaed and sold the bidder electric refrigerator and itove. YOUR CAR OR BOAT engine
tit. t to M. look 4, Cambrian UWM i omitted or .lovM taxes laeludIn : to kllrhoit for ,
I Plat Book M Pan I*. The axes to boKM tho roar IN, hold br the State, ... ad. 'caah: aa provided br Chapter 1MN of thai I i Fruit trees la yard. Inquire wastes oil and 'I" try:
; I ar* *Hd.Bo d br Certificate No 11811I I wort/.d and on'0' the Mahout bidder fur'i IHT Act af the Lwhlati-r*. rood the fok I Leader-Enterprla*. OVRHAUL. Takes only 30 minutes -
IK end npreoonta team for the ,, ash me Drevldd .Sir Chapter 18296 of the lowing described: real rate In the deny | I
: years
, latt w ..... both inclusive, amounting toEN IV.7 Am 0' the 1At1.Io.u., upon the tollowinr ,i,af Dads, Sate of rlorUla, to-wltl I: toto install, saves oil and gas J
I' described -a estate I" the Count, I II E: I*' Lot I. Block .. Green A_ The FOR SALE 50% increases
up compreiilon -
to I and 1 to 14, Block I, c._ 01 Dade. 8taa "'t.F1D-o-r.:: : ; i;: "N': be mid an ..2: ==: I
..., Plat Book 20. pan 41 The Lot 1: Black .. No. t. 1811 of 1/81 and ipeed. Costa only $2.93.:
base W ko told in widened k, Certificate Plat' Book II, Pan '9. The: axes to WKid far the Fear. 18111 a ..... bah Seclusive. i I FOR SALE-Teq';[tffff $lose to Red Thurmn'i Service Station,
an evidenced kr Certificate No. 10162of I .mounting a 81 SO. I imaii.haute
Ha, tllll of Ittl and ronreMnta taxes for J Homestead
BaM. amlflratoi with good $... Krome Ave. Homeitead.
the Mara HIT to INI, both 1..1_..., : IU7 lad Kproioata taxes for the roan tax succumb all ,
i _tin* to till.44. 1a I liI4 to IWt, both Inclusive, amounting to .subsequent emitted or levied toaoi will aa I;: orange grove; UII1'1\'W"- $1,830.: I (P425)
4. Block. .. Cambridge La_. Plat 19.81. Kid to the blrhoal bidder at the von: No
Let I : _. ,_.. i broken. Box :24s'Leadert:
1 111o.1; 10; Pen ... The axe In be mid .n I Lot 1. Black 0. Decoder Palms v,.. )110., L I X On" b y- m the 0 M mar of J um. ,
,..rWelld by Cordr".10 N. $1914 d 1031r '! Plat Book 14, Pan II. The axes to k. said 1M, beginning at the kour of I* o'clock I II. || Enterprise.td" :.;,..',tpml) SEE AND BUY at Shanklln Variety -
.... or M area thereafter at tb lama ,I
an wrkWaood or Canlflcata No. IOUI of *
axes for the III'
and rspneenb seats arOM'bath I.
1M7 taaoi ( ... ka Mrhed M dm ...- ,I 1: I Grove West Florida City.
dndvive, .tmatinv 1.1' SPEC AL-foe
a house
sale with S
a- I In 9. Block .. Comb.ldn La.... 1(24 : ; ., *-'UtI-to Dated al Mtaml. ,........ Iklt the ITtk (.1U)
Pat Bea 10, racs, a@ Too son" to be lilt dar af Mar, I I'!I bedrooms, living room dining
Paid tr* evidenced kr Oortlf tMt* No. 11114''4 Lot 10, Block I, Dawnw Palms DI.. No. I II B. B. LEATHERMAN,
of IUI and ravraaonta par for tho rears Plat Book 14. Pan II. The taxes to b.aold Clock Circuit Court.Dada room kitchen. Only $1,500 cath.1) WANTED
111 t* INt both inclusive amounting fa ara widened br Conl/".'" N... 10141 County, Florida.
** (lot IMT and represents toioi for the 'roan I (Circuit Court: BeallBr 'I H. A. CAMERON
f loH: 1 t* II. Block I, Cambridge Uwna I IMI to INI, bath 1..1..,.., mounting tolot JNO.' FCNNO, D. C. WANTED-Painting or carpentry
"Tat. Book I*. Pace ... The team ta be 19.19. Publish Mar II. II Juaa I, "'11.II Phone 71 Homestead Florida' work. Price reasonable Corbel
cad. ara evidenced by Certificate N. tllll 11, Block I, Downer PaliM Dl*. Mo. 1 i I
of 121 and ruvraaanta taxes for the yen I, Plat Book 14. Pan in. Th. taxes to ... NOTICE OP APPLICATION POE I I i (a28m19)I I I'I [ Smith Cor. 4th St.. and lit Ave..

IMT to I'll, both iMlualra, amounting to Kid an widened br CortldcaW No 10154i II TAX DEED .t residence of W. B. Flower,
of IMT and ro monta taxes for the 174IT Arm CHOICE' LIME TREES:
.$1M.00. years Chapter af IM -A till :i on
saa I I* 15. Black t. Cambridge Lo..., [ 1 > to lost, .both inclusive, amounting to NOTICE W HEREBY GIVEN that H. i I'I lemon root Splendid root rough, Homeitead. (tl)
Plal Book ID, Penn 4*. Tk* taxes, to k* I'..'. R. Brady bolder of BUM and Coney Tax iyt
KM art evidenced br Certificate No. 11111of ] Lute II and II. Block t, Downer Palm. Certificate No l?>*4 fcwued tha tth dar of ,,: tem. 40c each. ChaL Pratt TUTORING WANTED high "
Dlr. No. I, Plat Book 14, Pace 11. Th. I A.... A. D. kM filed
IMI. la
IM. and ropcuMnta tear for the pearl Mina air ,i Redland road.
IMI to linn, both lnclu.lv., amounting ta taxes to b. Kid an ..1......>d br Certificate office, and kM made applfcakoa for a lax i,I (pm28" school lad grade school subjects .
11414.'Lot. i.No. 10117 of IM7 and rrpm.nl. team for dead to be bawd thoroni. Bald C.rtlfloat. Mri IL J, Armstrong, A. B "
I ta 10. Block 10. Cambridge La..., the roan in* to 1939. both Incluclv., embraces the following' drerrlhed. rropertrla FOR SALE-Fordson tractor, ,
Plat Book to. Pace 41 The taxes ta bo mounting to 111.It. the Countr of Dado, Buua of Florida, cheap; McCormick Plummer drive and Country
fluid ... widened br Certificate No. 1181 Lot 21. Block 6, Door Palms Dlr No towltI I II I Club road.CLEAN .
af INS and represent taut far the man I. Plat Book 14, Pan 14 The torn to M 'I Let II, Block I, lovaateanth Aeonua'Maaor mower 5 ft blade. Turner A.l'j ..
117 ta l..., both Inclusion, aawuatlng ta Kid an widened .br CortlflnM No. lultsI a Buhdn, Plat Book II. Page 41, In II ver Palm drive and Richard
111.11. I of IrtT and torn for the ream the County of Dada state of Florida I RAGS WANTED Will

late I ItoI I. Block 11,Camkrldga Uwna. 111 M e.-I"I amoaatlng I'It to I The aaaoaemont of MM proprrtr under !I ( I exchange subscription) or advertising
Plat *. Pace 41. The axe ta aa : the Mid MrtUleata based WM la the nameoft ,
cold are evidenced ay Certificate N... till 22. Block I. Downer Palau Dt>. No. Unknown, I_ro to I't'. bath iMlMlra, and I for clean r.... Leader
of INS and roareaoata taaaa far the nanIM I. Plat Book 14, Page tl The taxes to h* Unity Mid Mrtlrlcat shall ... rod......I KM, :1110 nil.g to MALt I Enterprise.
ta INS, both In"_, amounting to cold an trldanoad .br Certificate No. !Ot. aoeordln to law the propertr darN tad I Bald to. orrtirtcatM anther with all I ,;
, of 1117 and npraamu mar for tho ran Iherel.! will ka Mid ta tko highest bidder subsequent. omitted or .Irrlod taxes will ba
IP1n..Bwk::: ,; III. Block II, Cambrldg* Uwna.I 12 w INI, both 1110I...... amounting to tho Court home door an the lint MondarIn : sold to the hlghMt bidder at the Court I --
I I*. Penn ... The lease to boMM I Il ... tho month af Julr. Jose, which la the, HOUM la Miami, an the .let day of .... Buy a Home
ara ovldoaoad, kr Certificate N., 11411 'I, laid tea wrtlfleatoa together with all ,Ird dar of July 1926.Dead :...., beginning at the hour of I* .clook
at lose and represents taaaa, for tho roan ukooaamt emitted or awed taxes will bo1 I II. this I7lh dar of May. IMI.B. .a. mar M Moa thereafter M the aaaianur
IMT ta int. both Inelualra amounting W sold to the hlikoM bidder at Our coon B. LEATHERN ho racked In duo eounw. 1' Buy Grove Land
.. I House In Miami .. the Itk dar of Juno, Clerk of Circuit Court I noted at Miami Florida, thai the lOtk
lit?, to 14, Block It, Cambridge La...., ''ill*, brtlnnlag' at the hour of 10 .'.1.... I Ia. Dado Count, Florida. dar af Mar IM. Buy Glade LandIt
Plat Book 81, Paga 4*. The sum to aa m., or .. MOB thereafter M the aam. (Clnult Court Seal. B. B. LEATHERMAN.
.Mid ara arldoaoa ar CartlflcaM. No. III2If ko marked la duo Kuna. !' Br N. C. BTCRRCTT. D. C. Clerk Circuit Court. I Is my firm belief thai high
IMI and rapraaanla taxes for the rear I. Voted at Miami, Florida this. the ITtk' (Mar I*. II; Juno I. .. I9IDI Dade County, Florida. laamlneat.Doo"
im M lilt, kilo iMlualra, amounting to .., of Mar,_INI.B. (Circuit. Court Seal I, er price are .
I NOTICE OP APPLICATION FOB PKNNO. D. C. quibble about price.Don't .
. .* Late'15 all, Block It Cambridge La... Clark Clnall Court I TAX VEND I Publish Mar I'. I*. 14. lll... I
Plat. Book 10. Page 4*. The axes to ka I Dado County, Florida.nr Charter 17451-Act. ., IMI-A 1144 I wait
sold aro evidenced. br Certificate N., 11821af (Circuit. Costs Beall. NOTICE: 18 HEREBY CIVEN that Mat.Mlm I NOTICE' 0' BALE 0' TAX CRRTIF16 Bar now.
INS and roproaenta taaM for the pears 11fO. FENNO D. C. Strickland holder of Stau and Countr I. CATE8. Appllntlon No dots ,
;1111 ta 111, hot* Incitation, amounting 10I Publish Mar It HI Jam t, lilt. Tan Certificate. No. IC.a based the let dar j Node h hereby given that J. k. StraitW' You'll thank me for this tog.geitlon .
5141,50. ,of Amuck A. D. .U' bid filed ...... I. : land .kM filed with ... written request th.t'
Late I to 10. Block II, Cambridge Uwna NOTICE OP APPLICATION rot I mr offleo. and kaa aaado appllaatlon for aUa the taa MTtlflcalM. together with all aubao.1 I a few month .* .*.
I'Plat look 10. Pago 4* The taxes .. ba I TAX DUO. File Illll dead to ha aaaued taaraaa. Bald Car.Itflrat. luuent omitted or levied. 10... Inaludlng the
hold ara arMoaMd .br Certificate No. I1IITaf Mexico b aoaebr liven ..... II... GladraDon. Mabraoaa the foHowiag d am tad : rear IM*. noM. kr the emu bo advortlaadaad 1 II. A. Cameron
111 and roommate taxes. for the rear. bolder M aaalgaM, af CrorgladMDnlnaga I property la the Countr ml Dade BUM of Mid M tM klgkp.1 .bidder for cash aa'
HIT M IMI bath lnclu.lv.. .aunintlBg to Dkitrlrt Tax Certificate Numbered Plorioa, I to-wlt I provided kr Chapter 1IUM af tka IM7 Aela''
1171.'.. 7441 dated the lit dar of _.I Lot I, Block 1. Mom Hnt SuMa1 ., of the Lagmlatura, apen the following do.;''
Lea Ito 4, Block II Cambridge Iowa, A. D. 117, 'kM filed MU Oortrfhmta la mrfffM Plat Book Pan, I. la the Couatr at aerlbod real oalau la the Coaatr af Dada,I IBtam
.Plat Book 10, Pan a0. The tsar ta koMM aad kM mea applteae bid for tag Dada BUM of Florida. of Florida, to-wrll ,
ara evidenced kr Coitlfleata No. I1KUaf dead M lose thereon la aoaordanM wnklaw. I Tko ...neat of mid (roprrtr anoW Lot II. Block 4. MrClora Manor ThataiM
Into and ropraaeata bar for The wan laid CartlfiMM amhraaai the follow.1'Itho asks aortUlaato kwuad woo la the MUM tt be sold ara "....... kr Oortlf hat*,
irn ta lilt, bulk lacliailva amounting U Into nWrlhed P early, attacked M Dude ofl Unknown. N... 4444 af I.W sod reprMeata taaM for' Used Cars
1M IL 0.-... """""' uowttltola ,I'| Downs aald oorUflrato ....1\ ... radoanied tko con IM : lost, talktadlMrn' ,:'
: Lou I ta 1*, Block I*. Cambridge Uwna, II la Block I, Stickiest Park. Plat i acaonUnc to law the turmeric described aatoaatmg ta M |
Plat look 10. Pete 411. Tho ban ta .bo look It. Paga M, la tko Cellular o4 Dada theme will aa cold to the klghaat ...*... al Bald tea antlfIrate. tnretha with .111
add ara oridonord. .br Certificate... lint state af "-.... ,I j I'i' aa the nest Moadar auha.quant omitted or killed aaaM will be 1 HIT PeallM t-deer Touring I*
.af 1 IM .nd repreeenta base for the nan The aaamamaat of cuts roportr under : :,. IN*, whirls. to tko old to the Without bidder r'' Use Court doal --'I ram
IIT to IMI, bulk Inolualro, amounting to the Crralfkau based WM la tho aam. of ltd day of July IPSO Heroes la 1iI'.1he' Sort Our of Mar. wades is real. $575
11114. V.k_ Ualeee cold 00rIIf..... ahall bertdnund I Dated thin nth dar of Mar IN*. 111, "beginning at the hour of 10 .'deskL I I
Lola M la tt, Block 1.. Cambridge, aaourdlag M law. aaa Aced will & .. LKATHERMAM m. or aa Mann thereafter M the now
10..... Plat Book 10. Pag 4*. The taxes / MO Mania aa the Ttk did Jim,.A. P Cart of Clraull Ooart. mar ho reached In due aourM, I IDated IMT Ford ledaat
.. .ba Mid are arldeneod br Oortlf"kata N... IN' Dada Cower Florida. at Miami. Florida, tkk the M radial very = .J45
tint of IWI and ropiMonla team for tko Vessel tkk Ird dar af War A. D. It". (Cares. Court Boa"( dar af II.,. IW*.
pen IM7 ta 111 both allusive, amountlaa a. B. LIATHREMAN Br N. C. BTKRRITT: D. C. E. B. LEATHERnfAM )
to |U.... I CTeek of Circuit Court, (Bar 1*. 141 Juno .. .. 1MNOTICB .. Clerk Circuit Court 1916 Seleb Boon Caope$3
Lot I to to, Block 17. CambrUM !._.... Date c-.. PVnrlda.CbaaU Dado Couatr Florida. 4 blow tin., ,
Plat, Book t o, 1'... 4*. Tho taxes to ba ( Court Seal OP APPLICATION FOB TAX I IPKFD ICIreult Court Real I II
mid are orldoaMd ar Certificate No. tltllaf Br N C. imitmnT. D. c file Na II UM !, Br JNO FTNNO, D. C lost yoga I-dear @dealexcellent
tin I and MprMoala taxes for the nan faces, a. It I'. Ml June .. UM) NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that Hales Publish Mar 5. II, .- ,.... meehukal
St.: a ...... baha1wM. .mountias be 1 lrhl.e. bold.. a ...live" d Ci.;. of Baas ,I I Aso. .Q._?AA I
int.4v. NOTICE or BALE or TAX rcnTiri M bm/ Tax Certificates' Numbered \end I! v'III
Lots 2to 14. Block IT. CambridnUwaa C.TIIII. Application N. 44MNotko I Acted the lot day of July, A. D. ,
Plat look to, Pan <. Tho taxes la Set.by glooa that The Magnolia bid filed, cold C.rtlfkwten. I. my office. and Homestead's Oldest Buick. Came tearing .....l
to bo sold aro orMonord. br Oortlflo No. c-..... kaa filed. with mo written nqaait box male taplaataa. for 10. dead to low "' .a.
INK of test and represents 10." for the that the toa oanirbtataa another with .11 I Iaukooquaat i Iherona W _.. with .... laid CarItlfkatM Barber Shop because'ai.-I $325
aware 1MB to IHt, bulk. Ineloarn, Mornl.to emitted or larlod to.. laclad-1 I amhraM the following atau-rlhod
4av uses.. Inv the roar IN. held br the star bo ad. !I ropertr, ./1. d la Dad. Oauatr. Florida. .
Lot. I to 11. Block ,.. Cambridge Leon, canted and cold to the highest. bidder far soft HIT Posting Sd.'my ... $595
Plat Book M, Pan 4*. Tao seem to bo each aa prorktod kr Chapter IMM, af the I I Ut 11. ..... PI_ In the city of D. L. BOWEN .lam
'.sold. ara ortdoaord br Conll./ .... N., Illltof 1H7 Arm of the Uwlalatun same the fob 'loath Miami, Deny of Dale But of Prnr.Ma. .
ing and ropnoonH team too the roan ....1.. waanrlbad Ml I estate In the aunty : M amaraord m OaTtuiraM No. IM. I
IM7 to Into, bath 1..1..,.., amoanllat/ to of Dado. state of F enlds. to.wlt : Tho jMaaemmt af MM nroaartr under tko PRESTON
$1ft.N. Lot I. Block I. WoMdilo tad A.... Plat Mid Corurkmta baaad WM ha th snow af New In sew .uterI three B.DIRDMOTOR
Last to M, Block. It CimkrMn Uwna, Book II, Fan M Tho team to W sold an,, U.k_..
Plot Book N. .... 4.. Tho taxes to be .......... kr Cortlfaaato No. II4W4) of Hit Lot II. ..... "'" In the Cltaaf Boon month .( the First CO.
Kid aro orWniood k> Ctftlfleato. No. IIMI and tmriiinto toaaa for the roan IN to, South Miami. County oV Dada Slaw nfFlnrlaa. NaU.." Bank
of IMI and represents Mar for tao roan U.. both. ...1...... ._.ti.. to M* W M owikrarod In Certificate No. Ml. I
in to INt both inclusive, atnaantlnc to"LotV Lot *. Block T. lot Adda to Tonal, Park Tho .MiMm.nl af MM property under the COOL AND SANITARY OPPOSITE TAG AGENCY:
I Plan Boa 4. Pan .. Formrrrr knows aa MM CarUlkmM kaiaad WM la tk* same af I PalOHl PtA.
II :
I to tl. Block. 10 Cambridge Uwaa.Ht Pan American School Tract I. The toaaato Unknown.Ualna Expert and eenrteou ....-ii HOMMTBAO
Book M. Pus 4*. The taxes to koKid ka said ... Moaaod br Cortlf"'.'' No. MM CarIIr...... shell M redeemedaaaordlng A trial will be appreciated.
... e.ldead kr Certificate" N. IIH4 HIM af IN and ropnwnla uaaa for the la law. tan dace will lose thetwa I
of IWI and ravnoonai Mast for the roan roan I'" to IN*, bath la.la.lro, amount.na an the llt> dar af Juaa A. O. HI*. I'r
larf |. INt, both Indaalra, arooonttog to to *4T'74' Dalad this * 1211.... aid MX rrtlfloatol together with allnboaouaat B. B. LKATHKBMAM
Lou to t. Block II, Cambridn, Leans oaiHtod or Irrfad toes will ka Clark af CrrruM east
Plat Book II. Pan 4*. Tho team to boKM mid to tho hlghaat. bidet at tho Court Dado County, tlorlda.
an orkMioad kr Certificate N... Illegal Rome I. Miami oa the *lk dar af 1_ ( *"* Salt
of IMI and represents taxes for Uw roan 1555, koglaalng M the hour of It a'alock "Br N. c. ITERMTT D. C. I
ml M IN, both taolairn, amoaaNx aft a6 aa, or a. aaoa thereafter a. she Mme I (Mar It I*. !!; June, IMII EDWARD STILING
sop b reached a due seance
"LO 11 to 14, Block tl, C.iakridnUwaa. Datod at Mmml Florida this the 17tk NOTICR O. BALI op TAX cr..T..1
Plat Book t*. Pan 44. The cedes dar of Mar IN*. I CATIUI. ApplaaOW N. ,
to bo sold an mMoaMd kr Ortlfkata No. B. S. LCATnrilMAH.Chrk Notice to horohr gt>on Wave i. B. Camp.kalL .
gifts of IMI and ropnamta toaoi for the Circuit. court Am of tho Owner, has IM with I Real Estate General Insurance
IMT. IN, bah laalailn amovnt- Dada Ce...,. Flortoa.Clmlt ma wrilto n.ant that the bid aartlfleatoi.torolhor .
k.atn "' .". ( coast meet) with all auaMauoat emitted or I
( : I sad k Bloch 91. Cambridge'Lawns. BrNO.. PCNNO. D. C. I holed ram laahadlag the mar INS, arid
Pas *** M Pom 41. The ton.to Publish Mar I*. Ml June .. 1111.C.mera kr us state ba alintl.il and aaad to thohhrkaa '
be : Jri4 r4 B9 Corttnmio No.I1U7 kMdor tor aaak aov arwMed k. NOTARY PUBLIC
Mm aad r *nonHa some far the NOTIC. Monaco Mtv. af the tact .... tH des t.... ,
INS, bob lad...... ajaoaM. To 7Pb.m h M., TLa he a I........, pus the Mkrwtog dmorlk.d naloatato
51..611. serve saw tat flee al. leash l la the Counts of Dada, Btoto.. PMOtoa
Cor Palm Ave. and Ave. B Florida Flarr
Lo a 4 to 14, Block It. h.akM.Iowa. will not ko raiainilhlo tar anr dads low*I .. City, .
. .. Plat Book 81. Pan 44. Tho u.oI > tape Yea asansed Lei .. Btoak t. ......-. The toaM *>
71 I
to ka Bald an evil, .br Oortlf halo No. I. S. (tnSl.PAMIET ko aald an rrld..cad kw Corllfteoae, No. I
,tlM of me a" a.poeseah "am tae Ike (Har It af) tOMl af Ittt aa4 npnaoata toaa Im Ika''
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: f Yam Twelve,. THE LEADER..E TEitP1USE'=". 'x'x daj7;May '1_.

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4 Pt -- ICY SARAAND MY TEAT!AND IT'b 40 WOJIDEt. Tilt FI11EST 690 13R1f ,BUT
t A Hawaiian letting wu provid- Julia Sullivan, Miss Jewel Turner, GObDNES$, NOW N[ Tilt WAY HE ENJOYS ALSO TIE VERY BEST
td for the Junior-senior banquetof J. Q. Caldwell D. R. Snyder and 4tOWS/ rooDf BABY 1 0001
Redland High School last Friday Ltndley Stanley. r 4
.. night at the Pancoait Hotel The senior guests were: Miss ;
y In Miami Beach. Dancing in the Ethel Anderson, Mill Catherine A
'. ballroom followed the banquet. Bell Mill Marjorie Campbell, Mist
Charles Burr, president of the Cleo Chubb, Miss Emily Engel
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Junior class and toastmaster, made Miss Margaret Griffen, Miss Alma 1 ry.f T I
the address of welcome. Mill La- Jane Undgren, Miss Neva Lott. I
Nell Roger gave the senior salute Miss Madeline Odom, Miss Wanlta /
and Cohen Leggett, the response. Thompson, Miss Elizabeth Sage Yf
Miss. Alma Jane Undgren gave a Bobby Ames, E. F. Marshall Richard 07-cown me is "Ve'rel
tout to the school, and the response Edwards, Cohen Leggett Billy RANKLIN
., was made by Supervisor Hilson, Carl Schmidt Ed Hickson,
L T. Pearson. Miss Marie Bor. John ilckson, Edward Burr, Fred
j' gardt toasted the faculty and Vlhlen, Ben Benson, Norman Benson error r.,4.rr.rrrwrrw.rrrrrr-rr.r..w, I
Principal Carl, Wagner responded. I and J. M. Campbell.
Miss Marie Basbor responded with The Junior present were: Miss MIRACLE
an original poem to a toast given :Phyllis Bell Miss Marie Borgardt,
g 1 the underclassmen by Billy West Mill Carolyn Campbell, Mill Va j
,.! The Mae ROM studio gave dancing leria Campbell, Miss Corrine Cash,! Factory Packed .vSUGAR,5lb.bag. WHIP
;;' numbers Mia Evelyn Chambers, Miss Mildred -I &
it( The speakers' table was decorated Craft, Mine Shirley Davis, 37c
I with a Hawaiian scene. blue Mill Dorothy Edwards, Miss Betty Qt
water, sand, palm trees and hula Louis Hirrta,.MiM Irene Jackson, Any Brand
,; '. girls. A fresh pineapple filled Mia NaovL Horne, Miss Merle MILK 20c39c '
f ( r with olives and celery was on each January; Miss Phyllis Jensen, Miss 3 lg. cans. No. 1 cans i-
table. Leis were given as favors. Anna Lay Johns, Miss Suzy.Leggett Pillsbury's
I. The program-place card booklets Mill ,Kathleen lloyd "Mis FRUIT !
were decorated with a Ha- Elmeda Roberta, Miss Kathleen 4Th. FLOUR
...... wallan seen printed.from blocks Ross, Miss Lydia Vlhlen, Mia = COCKTAIL !
made by Miss Mildred Small, Red- Wilma Thompson, Mia Mollie Qkg,
land .:hoo1'* art teacher. Walker, Mia Elide Sage, Charlet 25< m
Guests at the banquet were: Burr, Herman Byan, Howard 5 lb. bag 2 cans .... 25
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Q. Turner, Mr. Crouse, Clyde Chamber, George 3 Blue Rose *\
and Mrs. Tom Torbert, Mr. and Grunwell, Allen Harford, Gilbert
Mrs. Ceo. Cooper, Mr. and Mn. Ogden, Cecil Parker, Carter Say. lRICE,51b.bag ISC SELECTED NO. 1
Chas. Behrens, Mr. and Mrs. Joe en Joe Lee Stanley, Douglas
Hlckson, Mr. and Mn. L. H. Greer, Sweeting and Billy Wett = Maxwell House Red Bliss Potatoes
Mrs. D. E. Bashor, Mrs. Carl Liod- Mill Betty West and Lloyd 5oC
INn, J. D. DeBuchananne and Mr. Caah represented sophomore! 1 COFFEE, 2 lb. can .
Pearson. clan and Mill Marie Bashor and 23c
Faculty member present were: I C. L Acres, the ninth grade. 3 WOWS g- FAIL 10 LBS.
I ; t Mr. and Mr. Chu. L. Ooley, Mr.I I Mia Payne and Mr. Snyder, the 1 PEANUT BUTTER. 2&C -' BUY ALL YOU WANT -
and Mr Wagner, Mn Mary D. I Junior das sponsor, were assisted
T; Nettle, Mine Helen Bixler, Miss by committee headed by
Helen Daniel, Mill Catherine the following chairmen program
Davis Miss Rebecca Fisher, Miss I Mia Jensen; entertainment, Miss ONE WOMAN TCII& ANOTHCR
Bertha Mill Hausmanj Miss Elinor ,Leggett<< ; decoration, Mia Rogers;
: Payne Mill Mildred Small MlIaI' and Invitation, Miss Robert
= Golden RipeBANANAS

: REDLAND GIRLS GIVE BEACH PARTY 3 Ibs _ .. ...._ 10Ca =
1 == Long CrispCELERY

The ninth grade girl of Redland: *thaw Ua Jean Irwla, Annie Ruth I Iff. stalk .. .. .. 10C Abbey 2 cans
High School, winner of tile Red- Lee, Lily Mae Campbell, Gertrude .
land P. T. A. attendance prize for, Odom, Myrtle Cason, Nina Pope. Tender Home Grown Tuna Flakes 25c
Helen Eva Rosborough,
even month this year, spent the Bertha and Margaret Cowan Betty CARROTS, IK.I bunch .. 5 C Sapco =5
money that remained in the class Ann Marshall, Nathallnt Griffin, =
treasury en a beach party at Surf- Mildred Reams, Nellie Cash, Virginia Fancy Iceberg Anchovy Paste 15c g
side Park in Miami Beach
Tuesday Eaton, Mary Jane Turner,
afternoon and evening.A Mary Loll Durrett,Rita Dent, Dora LETTUCE, 2 Ig. heads lYCRISCO N. B. Co.'s pk r.
good supper followed the Scott, Allot Wysong Sophie
swimming period. Borgardt Lola Vrana, Marjorie CHEESE-RITZ 17cCampbell's
Mrs. Curtis Lee Mn. Lawrence Focal, Jeannette Cox, Jean Eby, 3 A "it I" esar
Scott and Mn Lawrence Pope A. T. Davis Larry Holt a A.. l 3 giant cans
.I went along a* chaperone, and Bethel, Kenneth Ball, Adolph Lopes 57c 23ciro
Preston Lee drove the truck. NonnanvBtnaon. Robert fivers = Tomato Juice 25c
: In the party were: Norma Andrews Vlrgi Pope, Charles Harvey,, 3 WHITE *
C I \ Wanda Thompson, Merle Bobbie Stopson. Reed Wysong,
Lott Lola Ball Betty Jane Craw- Edward Doer %od Billy Campbell -- p B NAPHTHA 10

,. CLOSING MEETING MAY M Friday night was selected a* the TaeS..P g FOR % + ?
.; New officer for the Homestead night for bride parties during the ,M 't 1/-, 4
P. T. A. will be Installed at next summer. LM RI weaves 19c v
t ': Friday night' meeting. One of Committee appointment for the _
the educational film used In class year were announced by the president -
t } work will be shown and the following to be as follows: membership Kraft's Brick or American M
f number will be given by and emblem, Mrs. Roy Chandler 44C t'
CHEESE 2 lb. box
mull classes: flower drill by Mrs. Harold Sheffield, Mrs. .
tint grade, a specialty number by C W. McEwen; program Mr
three Florida City girls a patriotic Harnmett Mr*. Jane Nesbitt, Mr Georgia OVER 60 KINDS
drill by third and fourth grades, Myers; education: Wrt. Archer, 2iC
new patriotic song by the little Mr*. J. E. Gaintn*, Mr*. W. R. SMOKED BACON, lb. TO CHOOSE FROM
Lewi sisters, chorus by sixth Bird; finance, Mrs. A. C. Easton
grade Polish long by seventh Mn. C. H. Steffanl, Mr*. Waldln, Tenderized
grade boy and girl and a'band Mrs U: H. Crecr; legislation, Mr 18
PICNIC IIAl\IS lb. C Birdseye Fresh pkgr.
number. Waldln Mrs. Archer Mrs. Myen; __ .
Punch will be served by Mrs. J. millie Mrs Lloyd Delta, Mrs.
R. Byrura of the hospitality committee Chandler, Mrs. Harnmett publicity Boned and Rolled SHELLED PEAS. 28c I
and public affair, Mr*. Easton: 29C
Mrs Steffanl, Mn. C. H. Ooley, VEAL .. Birdseye FreshRaspberries
HOMESTEAD & P. W. a Mn. A. R. Livingston; healthy Mr
TO STUDY NATIONAL TAXES Keabltt Mrs Chas ClInton Miss Gold Coin
The Homestead B. P. W. C will Ann Lee Mr*. VlrgU Lyon: ; research lb. 29cFinest b ox.n:;
form I unit of the National Consumers Mrs. McEwen, Mrs. Clinton SLICED BACON, __
Tax: Commlsaion and save Mrs. Lyon international relations -
I short program on required! >>- Mr*. Steffanl, Mrs. Bird. Blrdseye lb. "1
ject matter at each business meet Mb Lee; and scholarship, Mr*. 29c
Ing. the members decided Monday Gautcnt Mrs. Lena Knowlo, Mr ROLL BUTTER .. Red Perch Filet. 31ce !
night after Mrs. Flora D. Myen. Lyon.
representative of the communion, Mr*. Myen WM nadt parlianwntarian. -
had made an explanation of the .
need and scope of the movement
,Mr*. a A. WakUn, Mrs ban' I
wm appointed to serve with the'
president Mrs. CIlIa Stewart, a* a CHRISTIAN SCIENCE
committee to Interview the director -I' CHURCH
!,of the chamber of commerce May 1L-!>**...penneto .
retarding quarter tn the proposed lc; ';M l wad Body.1 chat( iit e aua a u l l= (F ( aun( u ul .. {


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