The leader-enterprise
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00087294/00228
 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 26, 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: UF00087294:00228
 Related Items
Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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TURNED DOWN of a qew Institution 19 a community: the enterprise la thereafter "her s ale in BACK ot Proposed
usually taken for granted and the public more or less leaves its .so 'J=r'I Fruit LawASSOCIATION

future up to "acmeon tbe" to provide for. This is especially true ---- :::1---- ..

of enterprises established through politic Channels, such a* Dow am j 1.\\ sae. awe. FLAYS

.BY COIIITIEEnd schools, colleges, libraries, air bases/ and the (He*.
.Ope pf Dade County's most valuable IruUtuMon* is pur Subtropical May I' ..- _.: 811 66 30.10 )fAJt1'J FOR VIEWS

Experiment ,Station. r..tabliabed1" 1930 by not of the May 20 __.. .. IS 66 30.07 ,0.14
South of Pall Park Florida legislature a branch .f .ios University Florida's. agricultural May' It __...... e6 ea 1.1I0 Florida Production Held
II ._.__ so ell
May 99.96 0.90 I' Sufficient for State
to .experiment station systemt bat already proved Its
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la Report worth In dollar and cents savings to the agricultural Interestsof May It .......- :916 n 29.99May I Markets

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OTHER VITAL NEEDS At the present time, when the state legislature Is considering Senator Ernest R. Graham I In along

appropriations tot the state experiment stations and the county distance telephone Interview '

LAG, SAYS PRESIDENT also is ,tentatively planning Its budget for the coming year, might 1939 SOFTBALL !last night said that the avocado
be well to summarize a few of the, station accomplishments in
I bill together with citrus bills
P. 0. Building Workers order that those responsible may feel justified\ in making possible :which he hat Introduced in th*.

Reappointed ; Member more intensive and extensive work by providing financing more LEAGUE OPENER senate, had not yet been reportedout

Drive Is PlannedA nearly adequate to the needs of this Institution of- committee but t>* expected

Great reduction in loss of tubers from packing house to marketis SET FOR JUNE 5 ,.It to bv reported sad pasted, sometime
demand for action from they today. 11trlthshe4100ee014411ceasee
resulting from development by the station of a practical metho4
,. Redland District Chamber"of Commerce for the control of bacterial soft rot of potatoes. Mure efflcip coo- '" )... ''-+-,.......
In the selection of I permanent trot of potato tuber diseaseis possible I through findings from seed The 1939 dlsmondbaff i tCaso}ii{growers, the Redland District It
site for the fruit festival was treatment tests, and heavier rate of planting and more economical will get under way in Homestead 100 per cent in favor of the bill.
mad by the organization's president yield have resulted from tests of the size and spacing of the night of June I with a doubleheader One objector, J J t Phillip,'

Thomas X. Kirby, after a potato seed. at the municipal ban park. ,claims the bill is 'unfair to Cuba"
Growers have been relieved of expensive trials on their own
Organization of this year's soft-
committee reported at a meeting i 1 Proponent of the bill point out
part by comprehensive studies and tests made by the station.Several .
:Wednesday night that It had turned new varieties of tomatoes are showing promise ball league took place at a meeting I that It does not prevent Cuba from
thumbs down on the 10-acre The use tot newer and more efficient spray materials for of business men players of I shipping the fruit to Florida, but
English tract south of the munici- foliage disease Is now widespread at result of Initial tests made I last year and other enthusiastsheld ', does attempt to standardize f
pal baU park lit the station ta the office: of the Brooker 11& and pack of all sections
At a recant meeting the chamber The failure ot mango trees to let good crop of fruit, hereto Lumber Company Tuesday a flight ship avocados, thus giving
voted to accept half of the land fore attributed largely to infections of the anthracnos disease, Two Homestead teams and one each shipper an even chance The
has been found by the station to be Influenced even more by a each from Pen-In and South
from Mr. English and to bill would
at a gift not materially raise the
number of other
important factors result of
a* a some carefully
purchase the remainder at $100 an conducted spraying tests Members of the staff Ire now studying Miami wlJ comprise: th* league cost of avocado to the housewife
(Continued on Page Three) these newly discovered factors The Homestead players will be but would materially Increase the
Th oil content of more than; forty varieties of avocado haw sponsored by the W. D. Home Co., quality ot the fruit that she pur- '
(Continued From File Four) Inc, and the Brooker: Lumber I chases.
IWO CAPTAINSIN Company The Florida Avocado Association
r D. Mock, president of the I in a letter to Senator Graham -
Flood of Protests Brings House ProbeOf league, aid the game will be I' laid the bill was "grossly

REORGANIZED Bill to Redistrict Dade CountyThe played two nights a week dulrng I maliciously misrepreientod by
the season. The personnel of the Representative E. P. Martin of
UNITThe Homestead teams will be decided: letter I
CITY Hillsborough county Ina to
county redistricting bill, resulted in virtual loss ot representation upon at amecting to be held next an avocado grower

! which last week was reported favorably on the commission for week. Mr. Mock said. i "The statement of Representative .

28 members of the Homestead for the calendar of the South Dade Mayor Tom Harris will formally Martin that the Cuban crop
In a letter to the paper, Senator the softball series by hurlingthe
fire department will drill house of representatives, but was open at DO Urn interferes with the t t
Ernest R. Graham said he understood tint ball at the opening '
fame I .
once a week under direction of two Florida crop is I deliberate misrepresentation J
later recommitted to the
the bill had been amended
so W. F Danzey will be
//official score "
captains, in the handling of fire the letter said' /
will not again be reported out that the word "shall1 has been removed keeper to rthe leaguein .
Ipp.ratld111 of equipment and "The fact is that 00 per cent of 1
until the committee has gone fully and, as it now stands, makes the opener. South Miami will
scaling and entering buildings, it Florida production come In directcompetition
into its merits and meard both Us it optional whether ,the countycommissioners be matched against Home, and
was decided at a meeting of firemen with Cuba and I In the i
opponents and proponents, William redistrtct or not I Brooker against Perrine
presided over by Fire! Chief I call of a number of growers 100
J. Ray, chairman of the committee
A. C. Deputy, 'Tuesday ngiht at per cent ll In direct competition, ,
on census and apportionment, said.
the city hall. GRADUATION SLATED NEXT WEEK it was pointed out \
in a letter to the Leader-Enterprise
The drills will be held each I In response to Mr. Martin's
Wednesday night and win continue this week. FOR 63 IN DISTRICT'S TWO SCHOOLSRedland statement that the production of
I Mr. Key made a motion on the
until the firemen, collectively and i Florida i* not sufficient for the
floor of the house to have the bill
Individually are thoroughlytrained (.local market the avocado atsociaition -
I recommitted to his committee for Commencement Exercisesfor J i
in fir fighting and have HI Has 26 in Class I i had this to sy: r

a complete working knowledge of further consideration following his 37 H.H.S Seniors Getting DiplomasWednesday I i, When a similar bill was presented
each piece of equipment Chief receipt of many telegrams of pro- Tuesday Night two years ago, Cuban ship-
test from Individuals and
Deputy said pen became alarmed and got In
St Elmo Young and A. B. Cain In Homestead. The bill promoted I Unless rain prevents, the Homestead Twenty-six seniors from Redland I touch with Importer at Tamp >
Miami Beach in effortto
were selected as captains by Chief by an commencement program High School will receive diplomat I the Importers were lukewarm at
Deputy at the Tuesday night meeting make it possible for the beachto scheduled for Tuesday evening,, Wednesday evening, May 31, at I the time became Cuba had been
Cain is a new member of the have a representative on the May 90, will be held on the out; I:IS o'clock. shipping much more than the market -
department, having been appointed county commission, would have door stag of Homestead High The class.roll. twelve girls and would tek. An agreement .4
along with Bowling Dye, Carl School In case of rain it will beheld I fourteen boys, reads as follows: finally was reached between
Van Winkle and John Hufflne, Buying of Poppies la the Nova King Cooper i Ethel Anderson, Catherine, Bell I' Cuban shippers and Tampa 1m- .
last week. Saturday Will Aid School auditorium. !I (Continued on Page Six) (Continued on Peso Three)
At Its last meeting the city council Nation's War Heroes The graduating class consists of
Changed the department Into 20 girls! and 17 boys: Mary BaU,'
1 Is tie Wane Here
4 paid municipal unit Hence- Tea ornsw"iP': Day bra Edna Booth, Helen Bradley,' Bolita Playing OB

1orth the firemen win receive Me Agate eiUaes will be given Barbara Burke, Sybil Cheshire, As Seven Are Arrested i ia Poke Drive
for each call and II per hour for. Jkt* Brtvflec* baring the Uttfen4 Barbara Done, Virginia Dorsey,I
fighting fire The only remuneration replica of till Hewer II Ruth Frederick Mania Gauzens,, !
received heretofore was FUnder field sad this *M the Bonnie Groove, Mary Louise Harris -I ".Devote of .bolls were forced Harris determination to rid
an allowance for the cleaning ottrpujMn war heroes ta the aotiJUry bee'aJtab Elizabeth: Mrftwaln Louis to. woo the goddes*'of chance: In Homestead of bouts and other
o4ed jn line' of duty. II the _DIry. PacetU. Annabell Redd.. Betty I some place other than Homestead' forms of flerci U4 sjambliitc
fL E. Sherard and William Caves The sal* ef poppies M the Richards Oar Belle Stuart 3ea-: this week. Aiwd.ttwyTl probbaly a drive began this week: whlc|
remain at full time paid firemen street W fbmestead a4 ether ;nor Sullivan, Madgv Thompson find It pretty hard to bet on the netted seven arrest The air
at fir headquarters Chief Deputy we"et the Eedlaad District Mary Torcise, Lucille West. Martin : flying ball henceforth If thewok.ot leged boots workers all negroe*,

said. AU firemen are expected to win be ta chart W the Lesion Bishop, Trultt Billiard, Backs By-,, the poUoe department were heM for investigation in con /
lit to toe for teen whenever the Ancillary Jaffa O ftalle raef rum, Rex: Fatwt, Jack CUin,I bean fruit nection with solicitation and sale ,
accordance with Mayor Tom '\l Continue*poet''Page-.Three) '. ".
siren at headquarter is sounded.' : Ileokniead (Continued on Page Six) la

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R' Page Two THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE ..Friday; May 26 1939 I

,425,615.1n Conservation !! I today are on a two-car bails, and I Edward Iliner in Hospital I
SEEN !MONTHLYSALES the Dumber of families requiring
1RADL G" "
1 After Highway Accident
, / Checks tIq 'Distributed ,three or more U steadily Increas : ,
,'. --.;. I II r CHEVROLETSSET ing. The used car Is often a good I --
1 AS NEEDED DADE i I Distribution of checks totaling i OF investment aa a second or third Edward Miner, Homestead, Is

I2S.H19.T1 to 107 farmers, car in a family. confined at Post Graduate hospital
men and fruit growers of The most Important problem r
: I'POUTICAL AIDi I AT 100,000Detroit with a broken kneecap and
r County, under the datry-I facing the prospective buyer of aused '
i program of the United car Is not the selection of the injuries to the chest received In

Dad County and especially partment of agriculture was May 25..-No one can car itself, but of the dealer from !an automobile accident Sunday :
could derive greater :ed Monday by Charles H. Steffani,I fall to be Impressed at the tremen- whom to buy IThe purchaser afternoon. .
f" : South Dade !county agricultural agent dous sales volume which car and should exercise the same care in HIner driving ,
was automobile
benefit from the state legislatureby (' The checks, which have been truck attain in this country each hit choice, that he would put I
; discarding the fighting spirit distributed yearly for three years,I year. Chevrolet dealer alone forth in any other transaction of which crashed Into the rear
J. and "trading"with other sections I are for varying amounts, determ- have averaged more than 100,000of similiar size He should look into of one driven by W. M. Crows '

: of the state,Frank O. Spain, Miami ined by the size of the recipient's these units a month, over a the dealer' used car operations Goulds, on the Federal highwaytwo
., [ Attorney Mid In an address at a I acreage and the manner in whichhe period in excess of three yean. and satisfy himself as to whether, and"4>Blf mile north of
followed the requirements of Extend the count to Include the the dealer b Interested primarily Homestead. Mr. Crow, his wife ,
i. ; meeting of the Redland District the program. whole Industry and you arrive at in building future clientele or and their son, William, were '
Lion Club Tuesday night I Among the requirement are the a staggering total-one that simply getting rid of used car I bruised. They were taken to the
"Find out what the other secI planting and turning under of of the
identifies the used car business asa From the standpoint buyer Homestead hospital for treatment.
lions of Florida Want and then cover crops, proper fertilizationand major activity today. there I* a world of difference.In Mrs. W. CasUeberry of Ash' *, ,
'! trade with them," Mr. Spain ad-I general care of the land to .
The explanation of this sustained the Chevrolet organization, ville N. c., daughter of Mr. HIner.
vised. "Make concessions in the assure the greatest growing bene- volume, observers are agreed, dealers realize that the man who arrived by plan Tuesday. She
h will
other fellow' favor and *
; 3 j. t fits.A lie largely in the effort which the buys a used car this year can and was accompanied by her daughter
r I Dade
make concessions for you. tool of $54,000 will be paid to
industry has sponsored, to surround should be a prospect either for Sandra. They are staying 'j
I i can gain far more by adjusting 306 applicants Mr. Steffanl said. the purchase of a used car another used car or for a new car, with Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Clark. y ,
(: i dlffemece on middle P'OIIncL"I The additional checks will arrive later on. If his experience with
the of confidence
with same degree
At tilt start of the meeting a soon, be IIIcL'Homestead '
Ills purchase satisfactory,he will
telegram from W. L Flak was read the buyer feel when he I'Instinctively return to the same CITY WORKER DUCKED
t announcing the election of J:. H. get a new car. The program had arise.It William Shuler city employee; %Y
future needs
Will Get dealer In
Boy to receive cooperation
Callaher a* district treasurer and was Injured painfully last Friday
i 1 the constantly-widening
district order to progress, and the best when h*-wa truck by the derrickboom'
George Cooper a* deputy Highest Boy Scout Rank recognition of this fact-and the
of the dealer It r
governor at the state convention guag cooperation of truck at the municipal
of Lion club at St Petersburg has been accorded I* that used car manner in which more and more ball park. Shuler, who was Installing
Rank of eagle scout<< the highest !sales have maintained their terrific dealers are acting on the recognition -
The telegram also said Room light at the time wa
1 K( ; Brunstetter of Coral Cable was ,honor attainable by a Boy Scout pace month after month, year -that account for the used treated at tilt Post Graduate hoi-
tar's high standing as a
"* :will be bestowed upon Allen Hastings after year present
elected district governor succeeding ; In trade.CHAELESTON .
of the Homestead troop of commodity
Joe Tarantlno of Tampa. In the used car or truck, a* it ENTER CONTEST
Boy Scouts by the Dade County;
Th safety patrol member of la offered today by the reputable
Mrs. Julian H. Webster pianist
of honor at
court Monday night
li.; ; v 'the Homestead High School and Miami. dealer, the buyer obtain not only GETS THOMAS and Miss Jamie Richards vocalist
':Patrolman James L Coker who a large amount of unused transportation Herman Thomas, star pitcher in
i ( Hastings has 21 merit badge to will enter the Grace Murray contest t'
I' took them to Washington, D. c., his credit and has been a but also a certain the Homestead Softball league last for musicians Saturday morning -
-were guests of the club. Capt"Harry scout flnt-c1a"1 measure-in proportion to the I year left last Friday to take up In Miami.
Pierce commandant of the a year. price he pays, of course-of the I his mound duties with Charleston, ,
At the same time the court will I
r 'patrol, told of tilt trip and described present merit badges to five Oth various extra which all can embody S. c., Softball league. TO HAVE CRADLE ROLL DATA
the hug parade which the today. Safety performance,
Homestead The ProIl'lll1riU be
boys cradle roll
Homestead boy led. ] economy and dependability are.the
the work for which they will four prime essentials. But Manly MaDDen presented at the Flnt Baptist
I rewarded are John Little I Tommy's mother gave him ai Church Sunday morning at 11
luxury, beauty, comfort and other
CAR DEDEVE FINED ass and wood work; Roger Glenn, lifesaving In book on etiquette, which he had to:o'clock. All friend and relatives
qualities highly developed recent '
A. V. Miller was fined $35 and and public health; Jack (! years, are also included In :I read and reread In the effort being of the children are Invited to be
'glyen a. suspended sentence of 30:Harris, life saving and swimming;greater lesser made to bring him up a* a little present
or degree especially
I ,, day in Jell on charges of drivingan 'I''Henry Peters, first aid to animals, on late model cars. II gentleman. All went well until
automobile while drunk and and Rufus Ashly, tint aid to animals. thousands Tomm)'* sister In attempting to
of American
leavlrfg the seen of an accident fi: l. I homester i leave the room one day, found CHURCH NOTICES
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Monday when he was presentedIn I ScoutmasteHenry BrootJ,, Jr., herself clutched by the hand and -" "" "
city court; Miller was arrested and Assistant Scoutmaster Spark-! Archer. Arthur Hall, Fred flung backward. CHRISTIAN SCIENCEMay
following an accident: on Flagler man Holding give a wiener mast I Rhodes Carl frederick Donald "You ignorant girl, you!" protested t*.-r-a -aennon
avenue in which, automobile for the scout\ at Ed' placv..,ut I Houston, George Wlngate, Gene 'I Tommy. "Don't you know topic Ancient and Modem
s and anflber car were damaged Florida City last week., Scouts 1 Jernigan Paul Rue, Ben Bechdol, that a gentleman should open the Necromancy, Alias Mesmerism
slightly. I attending were Preston Bird, Les-- (Jack Rucker and Billie Dickinson.vvvvvvvvvTvvvTvvvvvvvvvv.. door for you*"-Ex. and Hypnotism benoHBeed." .
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Mr. Bailey Makes It Easier

: To Redeem Certificates

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:. real estate owners in Homestead owing de- You will find in the Homestead Leader-Enterprise
: MANY .
: state and county taxes are protected for; of May 19, May 26 and June 2, and the Miami Post of

: s another period of time against the state of Florida getMay 20, May 27 and June 3, the advertising of Mr.

; ting a deed to their land under the Murphy act, which Bailey's certificates under the Murphy law. It will pay

i provides that all property still delinquent after June 7, you to check this advertising and protect jour interest :

ti when the "bargain' payment provision expires shall revert by redeeming these certificates. Arrangements may be

; to the state. By Mr. Theodorus Bailey Iurphymade at my office for redemption or sale of these certificates -

y {zing" taxes to protect his interest in property on which without incurring any additional cost.

\ he holds certificates, he has made it easier for owners to -

i redeem their property. Instead of having to pay the face In my office is a list of all certificates held by Mr.

value of the taxes they may now repay MIr Bailey with Bailey against property in the ctiy of Homestead. You

.; : interest i at 3% per annum only the actual money he has are invited to call and check this list to ascertain whether

expended in having the taxes wiped out-In addition, of or not your property is encumbered by any 'of these

:: ...course,. to the cost of redeeming the certificates.. certificates.

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\I'i ,." Friday, May 26. _1939 ,, __ __. THE LEADER-ENTERPRISEPag Three oj

1--- Groves Caretaker Dies case It I* legalized. and under Immediately regarding a kite for of the committee: win Include those '
BIRDSEYE FOODS Jurisdiction of the government the fair so ttut ether important who served as a similar group before !
I Suddenly at Troplco Prize on the "home grounds' generally business that Jhastbeen! lagging for the present chamber administration -
HELP ORIGINALVITAMINJALUES are large and sometimes run some time can be taken up," Mr. assumed control
I. The body of William H. Saun- into thousands of dollar and the Kirby uld.MIt U my hope and The member voted to start a
ders, 80, caretaker for the Ward game Is played by all races and desire that the chamber decide on membership drive soon and agreedto
I Baker groves who died Monday creeds. this matter at its next meeting and suggestion th.tbl chamber
unexpectedly at his home at Bolita print In the mailer move on to other matter The hold Joint meeting with clvlo
Troplco, was lent to Centralia, 111., town of Florida usually are .no question of a permanent alto bal clubs of the district to stimulate
I "One reason why Blrdsey last night for funeral services: and great amounts, with $50 generally been In the air too long; it must Interest In the chamber. Mr.
food. are sd rich In vitamin and burial Mr. Saunders had been a* "topi." "Pl ce "of boUta rarelyare be decided upon quickly." Kirby agreed to contact official
other health-giving food values employed at the Baker groves a I sold for more than Mo. George W. Turner former president of the Homestead Rotary Club and
Is because they art harvested at year after coming from Illinois a The negroes being held for Investigation of the chamber, also urged the Redland District Lion Club.
their peak of perfection," said short time before. He is survived hen gave their namesas
j' the membership to decide the site
Allen Neal, manager of the Frank by a sister, Mrs. L. A. Moul- Gus Terry, Jack Kennlson, Es-
lin Grocery, which feature the ton of Granite City, 111. tells Kennlson, Ruth Johnson Zel-
j Birdaey brand of frosted food. I Ij len Terry A. Mingo and Abraham "The English tract would be avery IF IT'S
j "Under the Birdseye method, P. T. A. Holds Annual Alexander. undesirable place for the
I the products before time has a fruit festival," O. B. Parker, former -
1 chance to teal any of the freshness PreSchool Clinic, vice-president of the chamber
are cleaned packaged and I AVOCADO BILL said In a discussion following Mr.
quick-frozen by a patented pro-; Fifteen pre-school children were Marks' report "The place is too ROOFINGWORK
I oest," Mr. Neal Mid. "Arctic cold given free physical examinationsand low. After a rain the area wouldbe
wall in aU the goodness and It Immunization treatment at' (Continued from Page One) covered with slimy mud and
!I li held unchanged until they are the Homestead P. T. A. pre-school I porter whereby they Jointly I tome water. It certainly wouldbe I
in the hands of the purcha er. clinic Tuesday. This early examination agreed to put up a large sum of poor publicity for the town for
"Baaed on research recently will permit corrections to money-to block the bill, and the persons to walk to and from the
conducted by Dr. Carl R. Fellers, be made before fall. Cuban shippers agreed to curtail fair with mud-covered: shew "
I research professor of horticultureat Mrs. Jane Nesbitt, health chair- their importation to a thousand Despite Mr. Kirby'i admonitionto
, Massachusetts State College, It man was assisted by Dr. A. M. bushels a week. speed up decision on the site
has been found that quick freei- Logan, physician, Dr. B. E. Gatllnk "Money talked" continue the question, the member voted to
Ing of BJrdseye peas, for example dentist, and Mr*. Q. O. Brewster letter, "and the bill was killed. consider two other sites, and appointed
Immediately upon harvest preserves oculist, who donated their services. Instead of holding to their agreement a committee to Investigatethem
I the important vitamin C in Mrs. Preston B. BIrd Mrs. T. E.: the Cuban shippers put in and report back at the next you want done, let
greater quantities than are foundin Kirby, Mr*. Geo. N. Wakefleld three to five thousand bushels a meeting. One site b southwest of knows
ao-called. 'fresh' peas purchasedat and Mrs. Arvllla Booth also assisted. week which flooded the Tampa the city electric and water plant, 1 the man
i at the market price a few days market and made the business unprofitable purchase of which was authorizedby how do it. No job
after b.rrHtnd an even greater for all concerned. the city council at Its last meet ,

quantity vitamin was foundin ing. The other adjoin the baseball too small or too biff.
Birdseye peat ai compared by BOLITA park on the west and is northof
peas preserved by other processes KIRBY DEMANDSContinued the English tract. Prices right.GROVER .
"Likewise research on Mr. appointed J. P. Reynolds -
spinach and whole kernel '(Continued from Page One.)
John Ntafiey and Carl Anderson -
sweet corn indicates that there Is of bolita tickets. ( from Page One)
of committeeto
no loss in their vitamin A content. The police "drew first blood"In acre. A committee was appointedto as I
The full degree of vitamin C IInt.ined. the war against bouts a weekago I Investigate the condition of the investigate the sites. !
Similar studies have when Mayor Harris meted outa land and its possibilities as a desirable Suggestion that the chamber Interest BECKER
been made on a wide variety of fine of ITS or 60 day in Jail to location for the site. Itself In securing a new
Birdseye foods and it has been I Luther Johnson, negro. Ten i Many sites for a permanent location postofflce for Homestead was FLORIDA CITY
determined., that the health-giving' negroes testified they bought II for the fair have been considered made. He appointed Ben Archer
vitamins have been retained. Dr. "pieces" of bolita from Johnson, and rejected by the chamber and himself a nucleus of a com- Phone 1602DRIVE
Fellers said: 'Birdseye foods are who was said to have placed the I since the move to buy a tract mittee to start promotion work
fully as high in food values, Including bets with a gambling outfit In I was started. Shortly before the for the project. Other members
all the vitamins, as the Miami. members of the old board
freshest foods that can be purchased Police pointed out it Is almost quished their offices, they reun.1
on the market'." impossible to prove a charge of the 1934 site of the fair as a permanent ,
operating a game of chance In con. location, and the membership -
44 Sign up for Places nection with bollta, because the voted to buy it for 2000. An I
operation locally Is dependent on option on the lajat was taken but
On Legion Ball Team the result of the Cuban "throw.", after the new board took office the

The negroes police said, sell the English tract wa proposed as a
Forty-four boys-22 from Homestead lottery ticket dally and then payoff substitute site.
and 22 from the Redland when the results of the Cuban At the Wednesday night meeting -
area-have signed up to try out games are received. Generally, it'' Herman Marks, chairman of
for berths on the junior league was said the results are heard I the Investigating committee re-
baseball team being sponsored by over the radio. No bolita paraphernalia ported the group rejected Mr. Eng
John G. Salley Post, American has been seized latelyin
1!lish's land because it is too low
Legion. Homestead by police. and would flood badly during I
The team which must be com- Bollta was Imported into this 1 rains. Mr. Marks suggested Hint
pleted by June 30 will have IS country and Cuba from Central'I the land could be utilized if five
member and will compete with American countries, where In most' acres across the road on the west 1 1 1I
1 other Legion teams from West j could be obtained. This plot is I I

I Palm Beach south. mately (200 is needed, and plansto !several feet higher than the English
I Try-oijU sessions for will the tart team next and practice weekon raise the additional amount art I I. tract decisionATTENTION I BEFORE YOU BUY ANT CAR
under way. diamond of the Redland
the . . . . .........-
I High School, under direction of ...
1 D. R. Snyder, athletic director of
i the school. f. t
The recent tag day, held to obtain APONTIAC
! funds to purchase equipmentand !
uniforms for the team netted
$30, it was announced. Approxl-
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construction calls I MAKES
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i 20 Years
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LEAClt ARCIRR TNIII1ST MAxrat.0 ro&fAArKIY linn un( nmrlnrmrnlllllllllnnnnlllUTh. [ [ [[ [ [
.t.. tuesr ts so Dtsi6to 77ArA M
foll.wine lave an _.. _
ENEMY eamso mf ctNroat revets. ...1. Ices MM *f Hn 8.._.,t
Entered Y a..n..tae wed. ,7)V g 6/reeffOtf cot/iff REACH 77fORarells /! BnlwtrlM MteMlriiW ".,. it, San,
M..ea a. 1514, ot e,0 se- u the nth Florida
I s.ra.d rs.e. .a.. ..... the 'lWlltJlltlN A r4rNNdTGu ...... on 17, II" with B.n.n the a .
," ; North .. 1171 flffo ttfs/tsi we foe .L..dee. ewe.oteed

: fl beds SUBSCRIPTION County-_.._...._-suns- I II I -_ rft IN ov6ff/NN5RALL e/tts stir ,I--"The W. M. U. met with Mrs

I Ortii of Doh Cramr __ Pratt on Wednesday ."
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-"Frank Patton, one of
i our soldier -
1J1I1J."lIr(1VFd.er boys, returned
i I Ii on Tuesday of
I Ii ..M. last week. Frank Is looking ."
i The Story of Poppy f y Cly4. ,, ......, '.. A A. Dibble returned ,

i The Idea of the popp t 11/1111.,; V',: m.vier .. Thursday from Flint, Mich., with '
memorial flower for the her mother, Mrs, Julius Tup' .

: War dead sprang up as I per ."

) the little wile flower Itself I -"'Mr. and Mrs Joe Rusted left, ,

in the fields of Trance and .y last Sunday for their home In Drier

I ders The flower was th coil, North Dakota. They will return -

I touch of beautwhich; I in the fall to get tit an early, .'

it .) I amid the hideous crop." (Florida City). ;
war. Along the edge i ."W J Krome attended the How* ';

; I trenches, beneath the tan tlcultur Society meeting Orlando
barbed wire about the last week" ,. '
hell hole and over the !"The J M. Dobbin Bible class
i qink 1 '
f graves It raised IM brave motoried to Miami on Sunday ands r

I som It seemed to be attended the different Sunday

l Immortal thing In the ___:...-. _;;; schools and churches Those: in-
where death reigned. The I II nOH/OR cRmFrrMA OC'I the party were Mrs. A. D Clinton

l of all nations cam to look HilS evlVos/TI'A'1L Chas Clinton, Mr and Mr*. C. D.

I It as the) living symbol of th 1 Latterner Harriet Latterner Mr,

I rifices of their dead : and Mrs J M. Dobbin, Mr and: ,
w expression to the Idea. |1C. P. Sheffield and A. C. Aldrich"

self to lie beneath the (Florida City"Edward ). ,
wrote- I -- Stlllng will leave this

f r J week for Advance, Mo., to havef;
"In Flanders' fields the .
i' l charge of the Snider canning
f" plea blow, "t' OFTEN THE r/GHr "as'jOM07NSa camp" (Florida City), ,

:. Between, the" crosses, row rlfit/ 10E/NG ,gQYW NU4TNI \ .' -"John Ireland, who was taken

'. row- SIlIl'II W NtlIINJIIR IVIU 4"vdP to the Miami Qty: hospital died a

t'' Even before the men A oeoir SCA&W-L Os' "MI1I 'JACrCS last Friday night, aged 82. He wag
turned from the war; the of ftttfa cux/ocrr' I f-..... one of the pioneers of Florida City,

little poem ot Colonel _._ ._._ coming here in 1910 from Camden, .
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Crae had winged Its way N.-J, ." (Florida City), .

the world carrying the I pleM charge of the national pro"l THE SUBTROPICAL EXPERIMENT STATION -"The people of South Dade wemInexpressibly '

;. the popples Returning gram This wait a heavy re shocked on Saturday
( brought the vision of ,the blllt)'. Wearing the flower was the PROVES ITS WORTH to hear of the death of William C

< fields back with them, I nation's annual tribute to the Continued frets 1>8One1 Norwood at his home In Florida:
\ I Indelibly In their hearts I World War dead. From the dlstrhbution City on Friday night. H. has been "
memories of the comrades of the flower came a large been determined In the station laboratory Cold storage studies In bed for several days:' (Florida
have shown that some Varieties ot avocado are adapted to cold) ;
City). .
had left on the battle-front. proportion of the welfare and relief
f storage and others are not. Different varieties have been found
J I sacred significance It Seldom has such! : a gigantic enterprise "
Spraying tests have demonstrated excellent control of certain Children in
;y the flower of remembrance been placed'IOle In the fruit spots of avocado with some of the newer fungicides, with' less Court .
(I men who had poured out hands of women How welt the subsequent build-up of harmful scale Insects Weaker concentrations By Judge Malcolm Hatfleld

; r i : life's blood around the roots come't Auxiliary measured up to the r*- of bordeaux mixture than those generally used have been ..... ., I1,,,,,,,,,, ,,,1,1? ,MNNn .M .
I \ little plant. sponslbilty placed on Its shoulders found equally as effective, and less expensive CRUELTt
t : Memories of the war U shown by the development Of The citrus plantmc on the station grounds now Includes about DEVELOPING CHILDRENOne IN

ot the poppy program. Each yearapproximately slxty-fiv different varieties which are being tested for adaptation
ways bring thoughts of the surest methods of de*
Rootstock testa
: ten million Americans to this area with the more Important varietiesare
P did' not die but came back veloping In children is to
, wear Legion and Auxiliary also under way Thus far" rough lemon and cleopatra stock cruelty
to years of hardship! and seem best suited to our rocky soils. have a mother tell a four or five-
poppies In tribute to the war dead
sometimes worse than I contribute for the flowers Extensive analytical studies of limes have been made for year-old child to pick up a stont' band
the poppy was found a way Information on which the standard grades were established More chase some stray animal out
iv the honoring of the dead nearly one million dollar for the recent studies with limes Indicate that their keeping quality may of the yard. Other parents aecompllsh ,
service for the living welfare of the war's" living TicUrns. be prolonged considerably by coating them with various wax.mul.lon. !
the same end by urging
I .-M. Jessie Lovellv ..
the war Soon after the Indications are thai as the result of station preliminary tests, children to set the family dog on
triotic In
organizations I considerable of the stray cats :
acreage new Imperial 847 lettuce which has ,
; countries began to conduct produced solid heads of excellent quality when grown during the At this early age, children- ire
f : of poppies mad by .. CURRENTCOMMENT cooler months, will be planted in Dade County next season not old enough to realise that they r

o \( erans, to raU fund for I About twenty species of crotolarla and more than fifty Other might cause severe Injury to ani o

; work among suffering legumes, Including clover, vetch, alfalfa, lespedeza, medic, soybean, mail Fathers who purchase .U_
i.{ I men and their families A velvet bean and sesbanla, as well ar a wide variety of non
*y XGr too WELSH. Mauttf rifles for boys and encourage them
t ) significance became I legumes, such as teosinte, sorghum ribbon cane, sudan grass, rye
and oats, have been tested as cover crops Few have proven to kill sparrows In the vicinity art
the poppy. Wearing the adapted here.Fertilizer, developing the "killer" instinct la a
I Sign of the lrtie.: auttf build
-: flower to
, tame tests with cover crops on' the Vineland have shown their sons Families that move w
": I dead and helping the living are not selling as many cars remarkable response to applications of phosphoric acid, particularly away from a house and leave the

poppy also became the I they anticipated and a* a result' on newly cleared land family cat or dog behind are also
:( flower of the British Windbreak trees under test Brazilian oak woman's
Legion are tongue, ruthlessnessIn
seeding of
were in April 350,000 unsold examples
t : l American veterans I I pongam, Australian pine eucalyptus, bamboo, black olive rain their children.
followed the American as compared with that condl tree sapodilla tamarind silk oak acacia, native mahogany, Rho-
In It ,' a year ago when 158,000 were desian mahogany lyslloma, Jambolan and alblzzia porcera! Bra- Thoughtful parents teach their .'
Auxiliary zilian oak and woman's tongue have thus:' far proven best chiefly children to be kind to animals, and '
.' \ official flower of hands In 1937 the total
.. I'I num- because of their more rapid growth Alblzzia procera, relatively to feed birds rather than taka
Soon many million of the wa*' 203,000 On the other new to this area, also shows great promise pleasure In Injuring them. Such
; red flowers were being railroad Brazilian oaks In well-blasted holes :
t : : : I revenues gained a will stand much moro parents animate an Interest In the
In all of wind without blowing over than similar
year part over 11 per cent over March trees set In shallow holes thu!
study of animal and birds,
, : speaking world, to honor the 1939 The greater increase was In In the forestation studies. the Rhodesian mahogany planting of
I ;
at the discouraging cruelty. robbing ,
,0 station has attracted attention of forestry-minded
War dead and to aid the loadings, according to re persons
I from all over the state Trees of this specie about six years old nests, and killing the young
I ing victims from 88 roads of the country
I have attained a height of over thirty feet, almost three times the
{; Th nntlon-wld sale of I 82 per cent of them. growth made n'1 native mahogany The Rhodesian species has LEGAL NOTICES
I rial' poppies was begun e also been to withstand more cold.A -"

I Legion and Auxiliary In I Check up another man displace number of species of plant thus far of minor Importance 1IIOTI1 O" Seerr. '.TION fOR
first allk poppies made In In the lines of human en- have proven well adapted to South Florida conditions Among I TAX ntrn

i by French widows and Rmghngs have added a these are the Ceylon gooseberry, bearing heavy crops of purple* .,.N.t:.:Y:City-*, offew. r'v-141-ml, 00 v*, -"marl"Wool
\ were wed In 1922 the first -pardon, me, woman-- fruits excellent for jelly, the muntlngla likewise a heavy bearerof 1Wu-b 4 11.4. ..... "h a..' wi I.....
plea mad by American to their funmakers small red fruits for jellies and preserves; and the soft lum- Ii n. II" h. 111.1. sold C..tk.M, .. wt
bang. a relative Of the oil tree a-d he. made too
tung which yield "
an oil of similar
: were produced In the I e e quality :: On /...., h-..?, i: =":e wits
Minnesota, end Oils work I This country seems to be forging The station has gold CortlflraM nnbwM ,h. f''H""*
..: co-operated with the Gainesville station In k> ilmfilwl omr<.. iltimUd l. DIM
r steadily expanded until! The Financial Chronicle obtaining analyses of a large number of tropical fruits t FWId., to-wltl
are being mad In more than authority for the statement that ;:. t*. elk K. n' w .....tj. fir' *....* *rf tIM
In addition to earning dividends for the ..- in .Ace rt. rf W.ral, Cwww .*
growers, the Sub-
1 ho pataU and disabled the first thre months' of 11.M, sato of Florida.
tropical Experiment Station la also
rapidly becoming one of the ; ., secs.nedM
Th.atn. a wM
workroom In forty different new business and"
) plant ex
outstanding show place! of South Dade. Its well kept grounds ,t-. ".td C.rtina.to 5.l was ItM Shut
j The Crepe paper poppy wa totaled '1.837,000,000 as reflect the neatness and accuracy of the experimental work in "f Drk w.n. U"1-., ,sId Certifk.te '
levied: M the off ielal poppy with 1317009,000 for a progress Many visitors are particularly attracted to the ID-acre A. M*-wad eroordlne M low. III:1 via.
American Legion and ... period *f IW.. botanic garden of miscellaneous fruit and economic trees. More tbs.A.Aloop."'Z"' on the Roth day !

because provided the \ e e visitors called at the station this past winter than In any previous Doted thin ...A M4 MA.. I). tilt
season, and a large number came from other states and from c. R. T VATPVCMAW. ,
of work for the: disabled but Wouldn't It be better to grow M-k .0 C1re." C.
J the minimum expenditure cane on the Florida 'Ever- foreign countries As the work progresses, particularly with I n-d0 c......... Florid.' .
avocados, mangos and papayas, the volume of for
requests information fl..ult C..tsell
terials: The fabric lade. than let this rich soil burn i
poppy I from over the state practically doubles each 1. 0 C Rr 'oi"re A C.
considered, but If vote not Well heed It some day. Our senator and representatives tat Vie state year l 1101.. II: June r. t. 14. it I5ssywiTrce ,

\ because making this; peppy e c Dade County board of commissioners, and the i.e budget boat Tn 1ROC/I :'I!
., not provide sufficient The Immortal Bard says r rose ,, have done well obtaining, additional financial support during I ,,", 1-n that t.M1 '
'" for the disabled veteran |l any other name would smelt u the past several years, enabling more research particularly adapted -t..' "c-t v rf P.-im.An .kI.-i'- Owiwnr.r .111 be h.M '1
t By 1924 it was teen How about a skunk? '! to local problems. Their continued support In behalf of extending I 1 Hof"-. n UK Cow "!' .t 11,4001004nhw4.
; poppy program lent itself e e e the research capacity of the Subtropical Experiment station .., T".dev. .r... n. IMw ....s..re. of 2:. :4 4et 4
I will mean a greater and more successful agriculture In the : the 9"1"" ofr. tune, ...... ;
; C naturally to the work of George McOready Price. In a "outdoor of to, ace tnaetl" nb Miss
greenrtouw America and
incidentally, a bigger and oneflow.W .
, 1 as way t"a he two
and the Angeles religious magazine
. than of men, better showing of subtropical horticulture for Miami winter MOODY' .I.F.soodetMbntg ,
Legion Save the Auxiliary to refute_" argument Visitors.. J..1t. eerAarrsnd ,
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Friday. May 26. 1939 THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE ISO Pagd Five .

...M.La11.a.a.awlrape..a.NNa1NaNINalaN.a" ,'t he advocates-building them plain; Yt

CURRENT sad hardy devoid of "flmcreiks."

I' Homestead HighLightsWRITTEN COMMENT: People who see bemoan that they i ,

"never had a chance" should be
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BARBARA BURKE editor (Continued From Page Four) hour a day and compelled to gate
I In favor of evolution by declaringthe upon the recent picture of .i man

Infallibility of the embryo In who completed a college course

Class of 1939 History A to the Class of 1939By producing Ilk kind. His premise while lying on Me back as the result ,
by LUCILLE: WEST Message Is wrong It does not unerringly of a _1ad.1 from which he isnever "

follow kind. In the first place likely to recover.
Mist Senior Class was born in PRINCIPAL B. M. IUNDMAN
most scientists have laid aside the Is e e
the Homestead southeast corner room ot the Dear Seniors You are approaching the end of your Ugh evolution definition as referring to The WrUs milk producing

Oct. 4 1927 elementary to Mrs. school on school careen. Next Tuesday night you will march to the stageto the development of man from record has been established by .j'
lone Hill and .
Mrs. W. B. Edwards with Mrs receive your diplomas. I shall be there to congratulate you, not monkey. Besides nature Is con- ''Cherry aft ISigltnh-ownod snort*

Neva Ring Cooper acting as attending only M your school principal, but also as your friend. I shall be stantly making departures from 1 horn. hex average for one year

physician. She was an proud of you. I dull receive a thrill team each diploma which type. Such were the Siamese 1 was IT quirts a day. Her highest 1
shall that the future holds twins tad the sheep recently bom output In any out day was ft
active child with a good pair of Is presented fervently hoping
with from Its .
a horn growing ...
lungs bright. and offer for Mriros. at .... .
alert eyers and nothing but the best that life has to e< such
throat and many sn nslodt molar rings. A University"t ,
many wigglesome and I sbaU be of but I than envious ef tow,
exploring Yes proud you !l ties I knew a man who bred a Arizona professor has mode' nn 1
hands During the tint week, too, as every adult there will envy you. We shall envy you for i I species of hog with tile cloven analyst of sued and produced tree

however she had to undergo a what you have received in the past as well as for ,what the future 'hoof; he called them "mute-foot"" !data extending tack as Itr in '.:

somewhat surprising operation holds for you NeArly every parent teacher or friend who watches hogs How about the pink and th? the year II, A. D. In his >t",lof

which caused her to be bl-aectrd1! you will fee that society aaa given you a better preparation for I seedless grapefruit Nature's 'the Ufo of the cliff dwellers r ( that

One-half of her was given to one life than he himself received And we will all wish' that'we could is ports" of course Bj a continuation "''region. Timber tjken fl'lI'th..

loving parent Mrs. Hill, for further look to the sums sort of future which you can carve for :voursclxet I of selections farmers have | iulns of their temple Indicate "

scrutiny and study; and the future which make greater contribution tothe bred up varieties of field coin that I their u\ilMi1ion, began a. ,.irlyi
other halt sent to the --a in you (nn
was equally wiiicl yield several bundled per cent ,in KICD A D and the 1 J.- loving puent. Mrs Edwards. In welfare of society than we have made and a future m I
above it iintestoK .. were rn_d.' abaft U7t1.
due time after careful you can ovoid Mu mi tdke wo have nvdc
a analysis
j r a a i;The decadence of the race e\ IduntIv :
of existing S the was allowed l Not tint" ; uu wont make mistake'! Far Horn It! \uu will For U \
indulgence cane cutting the S Sugar IH-SIHI In 1 1270 when n 24yeardrouth
the of a birthday make many nl them .md, if you in '" "fct Corporation nt Clewistnn employs si't in unit drove wit nil

party and cake with one candle from them. :Someone has said tl. I several hundred hands ut this 'animal 1 rho: thus literally 8t 1 stung

Then she was permitted to visit thin:, lint cout fall down lie"same '. a'one Jul n'g the f.cc or six 'to death these ancient Indl "ii .

her second set of patent- -Mrs, mi'taken that our gene VHUJD Now d ere, A. R .i e e o

Summers and Mrs Dunn. About vice the muddle which i ix-nuxv; offic"'i'. Mho The chef of a Clipper i Mpinrtlnrd

this time a new tooth appeared pisit'on'! lo ray, "Here invented n machine the bass, "How !nlll iuiw

in the form of Annnbell Redd well" Rather are Y' "en pet ad, rut us it take to cook a thre -mlnIJ1" exit

and she was very proud to showoff the mess. We are held hinds It I sip hue* W"'\* a mow n\'.'t h 000
her new tooth 'W and deposits foci up WlWI' put uphc1
doctors, better la' 1
She liked these parents so well undies The problem *n Uncle Kra he ".' > uxl
that she stayed for the third grade better teache1'l.lathcrs 'ed Utter for Huh, am't a Uueemlnutin, v'I

with them. Three more teeth appc and m I 1111'.w.n.nult, tug rln>."'llld o..-i' ,"

.nod-Noah Peterson, Madge May the I'Ma\I.H 'over" but not "up", the

Thompson and William McMi- this goal would ex- |aUnn plitire beoWMM more itirtfled

rhael It was about this time that mlndnex fution en- (lighter) the higher up you /lU. It

she, developed a bad callse- 1-- it on time ,;(takes water longer to boll nn 1 the
mester examination mutnpit The 'fore an up Milt toad 'd1'tjjI told to M it boil I' i'ilnutes -

first stages of the mumps were ''she met h, : svc ,I ,
very painful but suMequentstafles ;,by Doctors :ah-rates I I e :.

proved less terrifying But I She bad ncMvrtU" j| High nffftse boss Its penal)'es as

she was hardly over the mumps, at Port Se M,000 us \vHI ax its reward Befog his j

when she was allowed to attend Jack Qatln d 1,. Ih j"[devitlnn to the t fidmiil, i w' me ;

a circus and she saw all sorts of Ballero ant out ;a,.OO i I Irep ,,bench Fell Frankfurter ,I> !.tW.

funny RnimiUeand lairds ,and peo-(th. cruise. years'uf I'yer was "a hale fellow well mat '/I

plet HatteatfemtaJteifti art but that. > King 'I but; now he bs MM obliged: ...
the called It fun. I Ian* tl mmind tills ::build about lilmself a )edge < f rojccue -

During the fourth fifth and world. It \ med to |f .w a protection' against those

sixth grades she was constantly be exploringshe .tu I ',il planc911 l who might take vintage .t his

cutting new ti'Pth Trultt Bullnid found. .-tinments but ,friendship by construing to their
Sybil ClM) ''me How.nd Thompson At Port Third did In1 1 habit run- i| tlnunclul advantage tome i"ifiialHmaric I

Marcia': Oauions and Edna Richards, C'.u dbcl to tlidi I! tepid iejiely he might make-01 own I

Booth joined the otheis She began Walton Barbarn to outmoding ''by inibconitruing It.
to thud, JIB could Charks L,tile joined I I. _.-. -- ---
never tell :;;. .=::;;;; I
new captain Mi ll-'h\un -
when :> new tooth might pop
through I During these grades *h,commanded the ship to tlu

caught a light case of chicken pox port Soon after tiling lioin L DR. C. II. DENBY !'I'
which she didn't mind at all an j'poit mho cnftinetn d .i junior ,l-

which she was toldwas gtogruphj, nlval end b'd nciv, 1'njn' jl! 1 .a. setup

But he didn't fare ao well when time; then a few weeks )later wu I record have keen Lice into ronIid Osteopathic PhysicianPhone I

she became cjtpowd to long division hostess uu a junmr-ioniui bun- r.lil'lI Content i' paints. ir
measles or to whooping cough quet. Shf had indeed become 1 I'U,1I fan, nl-n !'s "ixt v The
history! very lady-like, and felt quit "ndcnts miv 1.\ o in lo-np'rle pers"nnl -
After .grown-up ficcrlu'i >o long, as they 39Homestead 1

Mrs.proper blooper recovery and Mrs her Pal'eats. ]! At Port Fourth Ye.ir High n new \ 1<'....U' ., ) 'Idl,, (' ',, .,'" '
Wynnof I
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'toptaln, Mr. Hlndmin took --- -- --- ---
the ilxt%, grads, decided that i coan'msJid ,
her education be of the boat and has steered Miss Virginia Frick .II
sphlill not mmpiete I i
I (Over Drown'i Drug Store)
without 4 ttttle. travel. So a good course since then and! has Honored at Stetson '
given much help and advice During I Yi
with a new party .
dies and Jpmeti other luggage in ( her stopover at this port her ; Mix Virginia Prick, daughter o( i I,, ''

the form of good Wishes she wan ''She social affairs grew and increased Mr. and Mrs Qeo M Frick, is now ': Notice l 6 ..."..Io..ol.n trial Uv, JS3!: 4wrlh...l I.nd.. '"r .', In..,Il 111.imuutit of .. .
sent on a voyage to Homestead was becoming very popular a member of Eta chapter of Phi will t* MWMitry t,. pay tea' wwtae ,.OUi,na DRAtNAtlfE UISTHII ,assn j
'I$be collected mar money than !, f,r iris ntf 1 to the me..r. tusfftlMr o< .ikti ..I.I u.dadgRitd.s
Junior High fiohool. She almost ttar.z-a'I IJj'J- ::
':Beta! at Metean 'University In De- I at Mmdsy the : "., A n ."
had nervous prostration at the'|anyone else at her booth at die iLaud. Members of this national the hair of II ........., Nana. .t the louse disc o7 the Dodo Co"." Gwen II '. .let
I carnival,' she found that many I I CIa, *f Mirnl MOM of PM*.
moment of embarking, but with a :I flocked music fraternity sponsor artist ''a. ll..ili 1Iaw OH. t.... ... NMM T.,.. T..
swains to the
little encouragement from Mr. young" play concerts and servo as hostesses for of NCM of flint. ot NRH H H t* I a A. .... I HI
Sommers, the captain she climbed ,I, Skidding in which she was leading all music activities at the unlI lt.w-LN: Of sit of :1 :oJ
happily aboard ship She was lady; she skipped away to a versity. H of NBa dad MR* of SWH II II 411 eLeah L. vtarw If.
Joined here t> Harvey Newton (I nearby beach for a day of fun; !I of MWU ...10 H W w uak.ewe sass
y : Tuesday night miss Frick was Kid
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I and she was honored at a beautiful'' I'
and Mary Terclse. The waves of I piano accompanist for Lawrence NWlJ (_ MMk 4S M Artisan Unit 0.olloi. loses
and I banquet 1* May. She probablyhas iutarw tI i 4 of Na'it'kd' N W fiat
adjustment were high the had more fun on this lap of her I IS. Hartefleld Stetson clarinetist, .. .. __.... Of to 7 Arthur IA.u 0uI001 .'". 1.2.91
going rough but filially the boat nil senior recital, and she played /. Ss sash r...*...T e."i....
voyage than at any other time of I I PS*. BB Bt U to
beached on the Island .f the her life. Now she has finished this two solos Treillnginacht," a a.'llILI II .::- -==== 1'1..... 'h. 1..10....__.... ...
Eighth Grade. Martin Bishop I Schumann-Liszt piece, and "L tlllLand" Lot II, Ilk' _..... ...____ NwW Y.. t-ta.. ._.. .n
Journey, and expects soon to em- R..na WOOD.
Joined the crew at this point. The by Cyril ScottTHREE 'also
I bark plate and Prllrtur.
sailing was smooth and uneventful upon another trip. We giveher iM.r I. It ,.. .', tout D.d ..c.t": PI*.
to the next port. Ninth Grade. our best wishes and hope she GET CERTIFICATES

By this time she had tired el the may have a very_pleasant time. ,I Tallahassee May J3.-A Florida 10 Ita..... Sin U.t the fall MOTK.CNoMM wine OMM4IM4 hale, or M OIIK... Inmost t* ..
Good Ship Grammar and Arithmetic 1 wall Ita an .... ._a they hp JtAaAJIJA DsA1NAWt 0111151571 rwt "
certificate based Solii'iyears
I The film library of the Vnlvert I teaching .on tar ) IM Minn hioMlwr wan ml of MrkOr wail
so she changed luxury iffy of Florida visual education!, of college training hs been .. r.r.:0.: .-. M Mooo.r. wA w of laM, A. t>. .b
liner named Homestead Senior I Issued Colin state M ok. bow of II .'._ a.... ot the Snout Soar of tko IMOI CooMr Gals StaM, M
department is now prepared to by English, superintendent .
High School fortunately be- I provide schools ef the state with I of public instruction IIoa Cite -nea.-, one,ow. .- ,.._ *.... TWU ..
loved Captain Sommers changed I the Mil Eula of NM of SW(4...-.- .__..,*l H.* I* kakhi. Crps.c.....___ I U.tAll ;J
films showing he growing, bar to following: Ray, -.SI S* 4* 4M J. M. .t.w..LA ,
also and continued In commandof vesting, milling and refining of] Mrs. Lucille Rutland and Mrs. Virginia Masi Lead & liieve r..i C.t.
the ship through several ports. Florida Edwards of Homestead. 4taL pVlt PM.?.. .. 11 IT MjTt.Wr .
I sugar.DR.R.S.AKERS : : :== II ,1.1'
Soon after the liner had left harbor I a...17.( rSZ 3 ....! l it 4* shale UHSSFSSS lI1.1a I
however, our dear girl developed II f Mrf H mar of '_'I *.. 4____ IT *. IMJ* taw a1b"w rosy IIT.IS e
a severe case of Rat Day raih. I II STOMACH S W ii of NE14: ....-.. ---..- I I7 40 It r.-r't'PvMor' 14

She had to be doctored with red I 1_ .twtta.-- .AI
swig of NSW HW14-_.- I 41 Jot "a' U.tat. Popp" 14
for her face must
lipstick wear TROUBLEEffectively a Popporik Potter.IM .
her hair uncombed and must wear ..... ... ?....... IUJ ;
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strenuous exercise of bowing bsTurner's Hearst s. m. to g f. as. I :<.4 of NC H_... e n N N H.r..... D. PW.T lot
by Chiropractic I ..4.4.._I._ Inc A People A ,-.
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Closed Saturdays ,tad getting well tedar of US\ -IT IT N 1 P. M. Itata*. ...
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e Six .. THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday, May 26, 1939 ;;

-,,-- .. a""""" 11- land Gleei Club directed
:t South Dade Schools Hold by Mb

I"'f The Redland Rattler I'I T.Speech-Music Pearson\county FestivalI supervisorof of Rebecca. :Redland Fisher.played Wlllard a cornet Norman solo '

I Instruction, presided 'at South The seventh grade speakers were
Bf Emily Emel and tNele Boger 'Dade's. first annual speech and Vara Rheney of Homestead, Ann
: music festival held Wednesday Shackleford of Red land and Esther
_,,_.... M "= ''''''N.wMNMM"'
night in the Neva King Cooperauditorium Miller of Perrlne, the eighth
: of Class of 1939By Redland fair. While traveling on
History grade "speakers were Carl Alex
I: this part of their trip, they once i The seventh eighth and ninth ander of Homestead, Faye Camp

Aim JAM Uadiren gain exercised their dramatis grades of three schools, Homestead bell of Redland and Wlnnlfnd
and HnA Lott talents in their" presentation of Redland and Ferrine, each Lane of Perrlne; and the ninth
Going back to 1927 on a Monday Th* Youngest. This play was contributed a speaker Musical grade speakers were Kathleen : "
- ", morning in September Ed- another great success and credit number were given by the Home. Freeman of Homestead, Marie"I

: ward Burr, Bobby Ames, Eliza. to the travelers. stead school band, directed by Bashor of Redland, and Shirley ,
$ beth Sage, John Hickson, Alma One of their most gala occasions .s. Mr. Margaret Mills and the Red- Crawford of Perrlne .yI
\' Jane Llndgren, Ethel Anderson was junior-senior ban- f,..
Cleo Chubb, Emily Engel Wilma quet given In their honor this
I. climbed Into time. It was a wonderful banquet 4.naF
Landrum And othen I AtAt
and every senior felt very highly t
" ,
cars and let out on the highwayof ,
I honored to have been the honorguest "
tf;l education. Here at the first
atop in their Itinerary they found at such a lovely affair

r r' s a real friend In their teacher, Mn.r Their journey along the highway
Ruth RusselL After a successful of education had now reached teNNO' '
[ <4y III turning point Some travelers ,
t school term and well earned vocation
Vernon WUUrd
>3F the passengers resumed took the road to higher education
while others traveled along other Mr. and Mrs
ip their journey. This time accompanying
t' them was Bill Hilton andNeva pathways, Twelve years of travelIng ner, Jr. will be'one

"1 Lett Before they knew It along education's highway had dents who will
-; they had arrived at their third now been completed. It was full at the annual ,
of worries and
stopping place, the third grade disappointments,
but the fun and had cise al Stetson -
joys overshadowed r.
Here'they were joined by several
them. The memoriesof 5. Turner I* a
other of their present classmate
., Botween their -stop" at the first this Journey will always remain the bachelor of arts
f grade and their "itop" at the sixth with them, and the happy days
they had together will be
grade, a group of twenty travelers always
,; had joined the original band to cherished. fl.
continue with thorn their journey
along the highway, of education. Redland Girls Will Get

All through the first hall of the Degrees from Miami U. (Continued from -in MGM
f journey the travelers were enter.
tamed by visits to coos, movies and Miss Vera Fletcher, daughter of Tames Hardy, George Big 1G-in. Rubber-Tired :,

jt- parties. At these parties they got At.. and Mrs. J. L. Fletcher, and aid Lamb Charles
,I'".; their first taste of love known now Mia Clara Sayers, daughter of Martin, William LAWN MOWER ;::1;

y. a* puppy love. Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Sayers. will vey Newton, Lllburn
When they had departed from Peterson, Harvey
J receive B.A. degrees from the University -
.... ti the "stop" at the sixth grade, they of Miami Monday Miss Thompson and John 150 Self-Sharpening

; : were now ready to travel through Fletcher la majoring In historyand James Donn of 8 Five Blades
y tr' a higher part of their journey. Miss Sayers in botany. the commencement .

;. Their trip through Junior High Both are graduates of Redland John Walton, prt Smooth Running; _.
was quite different, but rather High School lass, will make the
t ) successful considering the fact that welcome. Martin .
ij]:l several,of the travelers failed to sent the ela.,1ft. Big wild rubber tire, on 10-Inch wheels. Crucible steel cutting ,.

i r continue on the journey When REDLAP) GRADS selwhit will sing and blades. Raised edge, steel bed knife. 4 malleable brackets in
'1 they had completed this part of
will violin 11010.Th. '
play a
their I cutting reel Fine, smooth-running ball bearlnts.S ,,,,
: '\ journey they were, they baccalaureate
JI', thought completely grown-up and I (Continued From Page One be delivered at a .
i r"ry: ,'000 Very intelligent Butwhen they Marjorie Campbell, Cleo Chubb, I o'clock Sunday in 1.14
t r reached their freshman stop they Emily Engel, Margaret Griffin, auditorium by the Rev EA R S. ROE l BUCK i AND CO; .
i. t 1
knew Wilma Landrum, Alma Jane Llndgren
they were Intelligent srds, pastor of the
I So. I "grown-up" Neva Lott, Madeline Odom, Methodist Church Biscayne Boulevard 13th to 14th Street-Miami ;.::

,, ; '; The trip from this "stop" to the I Elizabeth b- Wanita Thompson will be "Connoisseur
: "stop" at the Senior Class was a Ames, Ben Benson,, :Rev. W. J. Parker of --
much harder journey as the highway I Gorman Benson{, Edward Burr, JVt. Church of the
became much more dangerous Campbell, rl1dWOrd Edwards, from the Scriptures, c'I POPULAR MECHANICSWill -.t
and slippery !: Hlckson, John Hickson,
", R. F. Blackford of St. :
In the Freshman division of the Billy Hilson, Cohen Leggett, E. F. copal Church will Show You the) .
; journey the boys traveled In one Marshall, Alvin Prothero. Carl cation and '
t car and the girls In another. There Schmidt and Fred Vlhlen. K. Foulk will sing,
I' was much strife between them on The commencement speaker will Frick will play a Easy Way To Do Hard Things 1 1FOR

this short trip, but when they were be the Rev. H. R. Core, one of the '' Class officers are:
united at the Sophomore "stop," pioneers who worked for the consolidation John Walton; ...
everything w a a "hunky-dory" of a group of small Betty Richards; and ,
At this Madeline schools into the present Redland
once again + "stop" treasurer Miss Lucille PULART
t Odom and Catherine Bell school Miss Alma Jane Lindgrenwill class colors are t ONLY-nArv CS
; climbed in their cars and traveled deliver the salutatory address white, and the class I
j along with them. It was while and Miss Margaret Griffin, dahlia.
I i't't' they were visiting at this "stop' the valedictory

. '" that they first began having Chas Q. Turner, board member WINS $2080
: ', : "da te." and romance filled the will present the diplomas, and Fred Vlhlen has
: : air. Principal Carl Wagner will present
I f 0 a scholarship at
, .'l After three months of carefree special awards, The Rev E. P.
i I traveling they found themselves at Cowan will give the invocation versity. You Can Have
, the eleventh and the benediction.J. .
. ; grade "top. This NOTICE Or SALE Or
i" was where the traveler first aslumed Q: Caldwell will sing a solo Nodes CATE"h limb Appikatlew Orison
0'i i responsibilities, for they and a mixed glee club, directed by' Y.aow. Atont of tho Owner THIS A POPULAR
,'. ', had to entertain the Seniors with Miss Rebecca Fisher will sing, ox written roaunt that tho
tomthrr. with all ............ ND
: t: a banquet They proved to be "Hear the Bees a Hummln'" and trnwd. Uaw InrJudlna tho NEWSPAPER MECHANICS
, "Neapolitan by UM SUM bo ....rtIo i'! \. very good business people when Nights. The school klihoit. bidder for oaih .
. they made more money on carnival band, directed by Miss Fisher will Chapter atlas.. of tho It IT Both For One Full Year ,
advertisements than had everl' play "Washington Post" by Sousaas ..1.,..... noon tho fullowlni
t i i estate la the Counts of Dado
Prim Ym San
$3.30 -
KtgiiUf 700
been made. All through this part an entry march, an overture M. to-witl -
' from "Chimes dig h. of W ass ft
: of their trip their main task was of Normandy" by :' Practical Informative Useful/
, \ raising the requisite amount of Planquette "Skater's Walta" by r"1..1I.f.II" Rash I
.. \ needed for the Waldtenfel and, as a closing number Ill Aoroi, moro or W .
, i money banquet old. tro __ by POPULAR MECHANICS combs the world for the latest news,the
Being romantically Inclined, they Goldman's "On the Mall.1 lean and niiiMtato "' .. new developments thrilling experiences the remarkable
decided to present the play, "J nilyre. In Redland High School's baccalaureate loss..to.. Erse, both iMlutlvo discoveries IBM cio be found only within the field of science,
." This play was a grand service Sunday morning I' said tar iwrtlfkotM Invention and mechanics. Tea thousand eyes KID every nook
success and netted them enough at 11 o'clock in the school Auditorium .....qu.nl emitted or ...... and comer of the globe for pictures sod articles chat f Kio ie
... to the kiahtot bkiovr and t ntertata over 100,000 readers etch month.
money to help In putting on a all five of the churches ....._ ta Miami o* too .. But POPULAR MECHANICS is more thin a magazine pictures
really "swanky" banquet A banquet located In the school district will las*. oxlonlni at tho .... i and
e. S., sr ere .....,thor.OO.MI ..' unusual articles.It Is virtually an encyclopedia of bleu and
; never to be excelled, was the take an active part This l has msy 1a .weed Iw oil,.. suggestions on what-to-make and how-to-nuke-it) a reference :;'
.. kind of banquet they entertain been the custom for the eight years at Ml.ml. FlorMa. ana s guide for the radio experimenter a source book of helpful l
..... :
day of May,
hints on home or improvement and
} Vie Seniors with. Mr. Wagner has been principal.The L .. !: repair; an mending
supply 1 of important information for the mechanic and
.. repair-
t \ On the very last part of the sermon will be preached by Cloth
Dodo c.. nun;a collection of useful hints to lighten the housewife's daily
journey many were forced to stay the Rev. J. E. Waller of the Silver (Clrnlt Court: IIoaII task,( ie short, POPULAR MECHANICS is the practical magazine
1 behind because of the stiff re Palm Methodist Church who has ...' rHO tot eveey American home.Sullierh .
( quirements. By this tune the chosen for his theme "Spiritual nblbk May Is. IS. It.
I' group had dwindled down to Dividends." The :Rev. C. O. Nelson Every Issue
twenty-six traveler Their Itinerary 'of Red 11 n d Community AUTOMOIIUI AVIATION IUIIDINO ILICTIICITY' f FA1MIN9PUINITUII

was now Bearing Its completion Church will offer prayer the Rev.C. NOIIIIS NOME MILr
,l ,: and the group, after a N. Baker of the Pentecostal PHOTOGRAPHY RADIO ICIINCI SHOP NOT" a fOOLS .f

( .\ look forward to graduation, now tabernacle In Could will give the nil IAMPU con a/POPULAR=NIa MAOAONC j
\ began to wish It wa.n'10 near. Scriptural reading the Rev. Noah way 60 east 0.
Peterson of Goulds Church Malt peas OMhortf Iw Sooner _lea Ca. rot Outvie 1.. CMraea MOtDEK ;
i They cheerfully climbed Into Baptist ,.
i their car once more, but this time will make the taU worship and ,.... NOW-US! THIS CONVENIENT COUPON't

they were starting out on their give the benedlcttbUpmd the :Rev, IN la Jans'h H.SO.Deed row.._a.4 f...... HoAaolol M.tmliii>
last trip together. In the Senior E. P. Cowan of "rhweton Churchof C s II I

... part of their journey, the days the NazarenftywiU! 1' direct the rbrMa1- Nom--
were filled with merriment and singing of two hymn read *

fun. One day they all returned to es Some red Nmbelw I. ,,.

childhood, donned kiddie clothes, READ THE WANT ADS l

and had a round,of ,gaiety at.the J
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', Friday, May 2G, 1939 THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Page Seven

Dr. and Mn. J. A. Smith plan to Mm R. L. Jacobt.arrived Satur-I Mrs. Boy Nelll it suffering from !
leave Sunday to go to the University day from Evansville: ., Ind.. Injuries received Tuesday when,
of Florida where their ton with her daughter-in-law, Mrs the stepped on a nail. !
In and AroundHomestead Archer, Jr., will graduate on Mon- Adrian Jacobt, who was returned ,
I day. From Gainesville Dr. and from the Poet Graduate hospital Harry Defiler Jr.. chrned
Mrs. Smith and Archer will go to Saturday after an attack of pneu Monday fcora Cain, Ga.
Chicago to witness the graduationof monia.C. i Shield;
Mrt. S. S. returned recently
Robert Crow from Northwestern I
University.Mrs. R. Mahan left on Thursday! from a ten-day visit to
$! for Marshall, Okla.FLORIDA. Miami.
'it' I Augustus Wynn and ton, ..1 Tony and Wm.: Fasula" left last

Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Brook are Dr. and Mrs. Carl F. Robinson Bryan, spent last Friday and Saturday CITYBy week for Fulton, N. Y.
with Mn. Wynn't ,
the birth of an eight- accompanied by their daughter, parents Mr*. W. W. Serery -
i' announcing : &
, Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Smith, in Mr. and Mrs. A. Chase of
t t pound ton, Neal Palmer Brooks, Patty, wlllieav. Sunday for Burlington --
Hollywood. Miami Sunday guests at the
,' at Jackson Memorial hospital on Vt., to see their daughter, Mist Alene Vercoe entertainedher were
home of Mr. and Mrt Frlu
; cloy 34. Mist Dorothea, receive a B.S. degree Bruce Barflcld, student at the clast from the Episcopal Schroeder.
in education from the University University of Florida, it visiting Church Sunday school, on Wednesday -
Mrs. J. L. Hickson will leave of Vermont Another his afternoon. Those present
parents Mr. and
Mrt. R. P.
t't'If'Saturday for a visit In Lake Worth|I daughter, Miss Sue, who has been Barfield, Perrin. were Ordele Parham, Anne Rhe-
i before Joining Mr. Hickson and attending the Florida State Collegefor ney, frank Hausman and Frank li:
',: their ton Jerome, In Fort Myer Women In Tallahassee, will Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Lee have Rice
J' where they have been since Wed- join her parent in DeLand and accompany moved from the Renbar apartments -
l nesday. them to Burlington. Dr. to the Free apartments on Miss Ingeborg Mattson spent the
,; and Mrt. Robinson and Patty will N. W. First street. week-end visiting Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrt. Casper Willlamt return the first of September.Mr. Frank Stalling of South Miami. NEWT G. BALL i
and daughter Barbara, left Tuesday Mrs. Guzzle Joiner It recovering iI I
-;::, for their summer home in and Mn jr. R. Hickson accompanied from a major operation performedat Mn. Fred Barker and ton returned NOTARY PUBLIC
.. 'Clarksville, Pa. by their tons, Joe, Jr., the Post Graduate hospital Sun- to their home Thursday
and John, will leave tomorrow to day. from the rust Graduate hospital
t "', Mrs. E. R. Hickson returned to witness the graduation of another Fire Insurance and '
'! ,her home in Nathalie, Va, after son, Sam, from the Alabama Polytechnic Robert Klick, who hat been Mllfred Severy was seriously Ill
t "' spending the winter with Mr. and Institute at Auburn wherehe spending week here visiting rela- the week-end, but It reported to be Kindred Lines

'lJ4'l. J. R. Hickson. has been studying aircraft en- tives and friends, will return Sat- Improving.Mn. .

'i':, MV. and Mrt. Howard Lamb, Mr. gineering. Joe, Jr., returned from urday to Quantico, Va., where he W. Q.:- ;bum and son, I:
SI N. Krome Ave.
i :and Mrs. J. S. Horton, Wave Hor- Alabama Polytechnic Institute it stationed at a private in the U. Billy, left Thursday to join Mr.
ton and Frances and Howard Thursday S. marine corps. Rnyburn in Atlanta.
: the week-end deep -
:',Lamb ea fishing.spent Mr. and Mrs. Bevo Webb and Addison Howard of Lebanon, Mn. R. J. ShePherd left Wednesday ._.".""'....0.-.....
daughter left Sunday for Ho i Ind.t arrived Saturday to visit his for her home in North
';, :. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Folllard will Springs, Ark. Mrs. R. Whltchurd, !grandparents, Mr. and Mn Ollie Haven, Conn.Charlotte .
leave today for a visit in Mlnne- Mrs. Webb't mother, who hat been Howard. Mr. and Mrt. Howard, i PLUMBINGWork
Ceronlma Tuesday
I f sota.yt visiting them, accompanied themas Mr. Howard and Barbara Durke, -
for New York to visit her aunt,
far her
as route permitted on granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs.Howard .
: ," Medford Kellum, two-year-old her way to her home In Hatties- will leave Wednesday for Mrs M C. Cailm, tills summer. Done Promptly
ton of Mr. and Mrs. James Kellumwas burg, Miss. Lebanon. :
: l\frt. II. W. Freeman is expectedto
Taver- e e
\ taken to hit home
( arrive Saturday from a short
Tuesday after being treated Mr .and Mrt. B. M.
" nler HIndman Theodore Franklin returned to stay in Lcwlsburg, W. Va.
'i in the Post Graduate hospital for had as guests over the weekendMr. his home Thursday from tie University R.E.Reed1edlaDd
bruises received In a fall from a Hlndman's cousins, Mr. and of Florida. Mr. and M-A;: : B. Carpenterand
third story window.'Mr. I Mrs. F. W. Hindman of Miami and family moved Wednesday Rd. Just South el
,their daughter, Miss Lucille :Allen We** arrived yesterday from the Chapman cottage on Coconut Palm DriveHomestead
and Mn. 0, I. Gault, their
from Louisville to visit his parents, Thirteenth street to the Swanson
daughter, Martha Jane, and their Miss Helen West WM a guest of
Mr. and Mn. O. A. West place on Avenue B.
niece, Miss Mary Moon, left for Miss Virginia Frick at Stetson University
, Tallahassee this morning to tee in DeLand from Sunday
another niece of Mrs. Gault, Miss till Wednesday then went on to at-
Ii Alta Vann, graduate from the tend the commencement events at o ,
:f Florida State Cplleg!> for Women.: South Georgia College In Douglas, % r
0.. '' .... .,, .
Roy }Jbm1.1I1\
: patient in the Post Graduate hos- Mrs. E. P. Wilson of Hollywoodand 0 10
pltal son. Earl, spent the week-end
with her brother-in-law
and sister
; Lou Lawrence It in the
Mary Mr. and Mn. A. J. Campbell
Post Graduate hospital for medical I
treatment. as
Airs R. E. Wittenwyler returnedto EXPERT RADIOREPAIRING
her home Wednesday from the .
Post Graduate hospital.
Mr. and Mrs. Preston B. 'Bird Prompt service on all
and son, Preston, and Mr. and Mrs.
Curtis Monroe and son, Bobby, makes specializing on
spent Sunday In Key West ago
automobile radios --a :6 so
I, Mr. and Ms; : R. Byrum hades aO
!. use a r .
guests Sunday Mn. Loretta L. C. Dodd r
Bailey of Miami and her daugh-
Flowers Bldf.Homestead .
|ten Misses Jacqueline and Doro-
.bY. FloridaHomestead's --

Mrs. C. R. Cruzebf Miami visited ci ::-

friends .Homestead Tuesday. Oldest

.: Charles Xlchenberger: returned Barber Shop

from Citadel College in Charleston,

,,S.. Mn.C. on R. Wednesday.H. Fitzpatrick' will leave D. L. BOWENNow i Home Ownership _I

present tomorrow at for the Tallahassee graduation of to her be la MW quarters three 1 ? used to mean years of tedious saving; and waiting.: Today you

daughter, Mist Louie Long Fits doors south. of the First S can enjoy your home while you pay for it conveniently the
NtUovtl Bank
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ti I.' .scar Social Events in South Dade r tiI I


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MISS MARCIA GAUZENS TOWED Richard Jensen, Buddy Llngeran, Others present were: Mrs W MRS. BECKHAM TO INSTALLP.
WILLIAM WATKINS John Wyaong, J. W. Irwin, Earle The Calendar Burns, Mn J. W. Sapos Mn. H. T. A. OFFICERS TONIGHT

Mr. and Mn J. E Camellia on- Wysong Herbert Wyiong, Wm ........._............._Hf_.__......_._ R. Webeklng Mrs. Catherine Mrs. Wilier Beckhara who U

nouns the engagement of their and Richard Scott, J. O. Murphy May :Homestead P. T. A Schalfer, Mrs. J. M. Brown, Mrs third vice-president of the Florida

.W11ism Reid Wysong Blair Hlckaon,'Jack meeting at 8 p. m. J. A. Rotherham, Mrs. W. a Anderson Congress of Parents and Teachers,

Hllson. Philip Reams Lee Gladden May 28.-Meeting of Redland Mrs Carl Wagner, Mrs will install the new officers of the
Raymond Lee, Edward Safe Carl Schmidt, Mrs. J. H. Brooks
Tb ceremony will take place in4h Home Demonstration CluJk Homestead Parent-Teacher Association -
a early part of J_ May 26.-Redland Led!"' Aid Mn Wm. Swiltoy Mrs. Ed VUuun, this evening at 8 o'clock.
MISS NELLA SAULS MADE benefit party at Stiffen bom at Mrs. Edward Norman, Jr., and
'" OFFICER OF COUNTY UNION Mn Pendergact An educational film will b*
CLASS HONORS: 730May: shown and music classes In <<11-'
I rA-rrf ROBINSON Miss Nella Sauls who was elected M.-Woman's Club benefit I fumes made by the WPA sewing'

,. A group from the Ensemble vice-president of the Royal bridge at Hwegg home GIVES FAREWELL LUNCHEON kroup will sing
riot give" a program Saturday at Palm Union of the Methodist May 27.-Poppy Day aala. FOB MISS MATTOONMn I
Mrs. J. R.
the home of Mrs. R. H. FlfctfatrlckInTtatoMrrtr Churches of Dade County at the May 38,-Dorcas Class meeting Burley Dendy gave a Byrum will prepare
to Patty'Robwho annual meeting on May 18 at Rlv- with Mrs T. E KIrby. luncheon Tuesday at her home in I the punch to be served and Mrs.J .
M. Forte, Mrs. Jesse
leaves Sunday' for a summer In ersldr Methodist Church was in- May 28-Townsend Club meet Florida City as a farewell tributeto Gastiman
Vci moot stalled it a banquet meeting Tues ing in Nevj King Cooper Schoolat Miss Ingeborg Mattson who I and Mrs. Harry Hull will serve It.

,{ The program was; as follows: day evening in the Coral Gables 2:30. leaves today for Jackson Miss.
c Song Sanders Country Club. Miss Jamie Richards May 2i- Dinner meeting of after a winter In Florida City.
t } "Birds in the Trees' Taylor of Homestead sang "Sweet Homestead B P. W C. at a:10. Present besides the hostess and TO ENTERTAIN.GUESTS
Doris. Ada and Clarice Dodson Mystery of Life" May 2-) ,-Meeting of University honor guest were: Mrs Boyd Pima for entertaining Palm Re-

Meditation .. .. Morrison I Those attending from Homestead Club with Mis Oo D Ruehle. Cohernour, Mra Johnny Becker bekah Lodge Coral RebeWh
Lodge and Homestead
John Kuhn were: Mr and MI'II, Cecil May 30,-Triple H Club commencement and children, Mrs Roy Neill) and Odd Fellows -
; next Monday were mode It
I dance son and Mn Alma Doxsee I
Sonatina Kulau
Dodd Miss Evelyn Smith, Miss the
"Countiy Dimi Beethoven"Fanfare" Elizabeth I May 30.-H. H. 3 commencement Liberty Rebekah Lodge meeting
Mary Kyle Miss Mary-I'
I UPHOLSTERY MATERIALS Monday night in the I. O O. ,.
exercises at I I
Du\cinoy belle Oibbs. Miss Mary McNeill :i p. m.
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L Clarke Dodson Misses HrW ..-" ,-. -..u -- Mav RI -H H s. oommenee- 11 DISCUSSED BY CLUB hall Mn Barbara Hendry will be
special guest at that meeting.
"Three Duo" Grady county homo I\a
A report for .
on plans the... >m*
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west when they attended
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WHS u. .t, _,IU'J< in the meeting the l't'rn Chapter
1, asral) Iw I. t' :: : "l ..e1KIl\Y night Mrs of the O E S. -
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ner WII ** a director I ,1.-- "
e end,''y Darin Ada boop.- .. "
ua.asst |lat large Mis Cina Stewart, Mrs D Kufeldt -
third, by Doiothy Jtuhn. The stalled at a special n..'........"' "..: ..... SUPPER AND BRIDGE I ,. Mm. B. A W ildln, Mri. Geo
tr guest lit wl utt, of the day was"Phyl-' club in Hospitably House Monday Mr. mIlt Mii. .Iiilinn H. Webuter!! Mr. and Mrs Fritz Jackson of i f W. Tunic. Ju. and Mg. Seymour
Harm who
r .e"'bv in DeBiww played Mcmori evening by Mrs. Vince Better- entertained it i) humburgcr picnic Plummer drive were guests ol i| Dane attended tin meeting of the
Icy. puiident of the Florida Fed- supper and l'I'II1w .it thou home Mr and Mr?. W E. Sunder!,md .it Dude County >deration of
1 Quests uuluferl Mr. ml Mr. '
.iatnm of Business and Proles.srunil Tuesday evening Pucsnc dinner Wednesday evening in Women, Clubs in Miami Black
t Dave Gold I It MI ::
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Women Clubs. | awarded to Ma o. Gio N. Wake- Miami. || Wtilntsdiy.
' \ son, Mr C'eiplon, Mrs C ,I I'ni- A pot-luck dinner at 6.30 willpreside field and W R Ilnd fir; high rca,,t I --
a hlCarl!t I the installation Present wen' Mr and Mrs.
't funk Webb,.Mr. and Wri T. J. '\ f. Jt '6. t T RE '

{ Anne Hmmv and, ,Rachel IJodionRE0LAND TRIPLE II CLUB PLANSCOMMENCEMENT Faust, Mr and Mrs W. E Mir Y .

DANCE I Mr and Mis Howard Jnlm>on.

T LAWN"*ARTY CLASSES AND: StIPPFR HAVE: i 1 i|'I I Fins plans for the commencement Mr and Mrs. B. M Hndmm, Mr THE DIXIE DRUG
and Mrs Wikefidd, ,
dunce Which the H Ml and Mrs I
The ninth grade girl, and boys Triple Homestead Florida
< And Mr. md Mrs. Webster
I of Redland High school enjoyed 'Club plan ,to g i\i. at the ('oulIII')

t ; H lawn party and buffet upper ut Club JTucsdiv taming after thee RtDIND P T. A. 1 50 fSilt R.X3if '
: \ the horn of Mr and Mrs J 1. nrence exercises were I GIVES BENEFIT PARTY
made at a media, of the dub DeodorantCream
; : drive Tuesday Scott on Coconut Onmr Palm 'Monday evening .it tile home of 1 I A Redland P T A budge party _
evening I ; Jack Oatlin was held Monday causing .At tin GRADUATION

: : : t were played under the direction. of Plans were made also for I home of Mrs D E Bashor by Mrs 3/f. NecelWJ II .

i "' 4 Rudolph The Gossman 'spending several days deep seal i Baslior, Mrs Hugo Vihlen, Mrs the IIItb la GIFTS
supper waft served by mothers
of the fishing after school Is out I Arthur Davis, Mrs. Frank Hathaway summer. 'OR
pupils Mraotto Mrs Mrs D K Thompson and
J. W Irwin. Mrs J, H. I IMn Those present were: Murtin
t'' Hilson. Bishop Clinton Bishop Noah Mrs Carl l idgiun, Pack 12 Gaultts EITHER
Curtis Lea and MA. W. U
.r ( Peterson, John Walton Marvin In contract bridge the high score SANITARY
Wysong, room mother for the ninth prize was won by Mrs M KJnard, THE
'Pritchard. Roy Martin. Charles NAPKINS,
grade boys. : the second prize, by Mrs William
Little Ed Pacetti and the host.
Present also were two teachers, I Turner the low lllra prolectiOll HIGH
; score prize, by I
;. J. Q. Caldwell and Miss Shirley!I ? fibber
I r' HarkncM Mr and Mrs J. A. Carter entertained Mrs. D. A. McDutfay; and the cut .Il11 SCHOOL
and the following

at dinner prize, by Mrs L O Rogers In tayot.
Friday at
; : Carol Lea, Ila Jean Irwin' theirhome.
: Mr. and Mn. H. G. Carter auction bridge Mrs C E. Elchen- OR
l. Mary Lot Durrett
Turner ,!,of Miami. Mr and Mrs. W. D.Nahu. berger got the high score prize 49tsi2tMtdkatKexEme
Virginia Eaton Nina Lou, and MM. Edward Norman the low COLLEGEGRADUATE
Mrs. C.
Pope, Jeanette Cox Maria Babs- R. Wilkinson of
I or, Mildred Reams. Lela Ball, I Miami, Mn Seymour Dane, C. R.
Jewel Hodge, Meryl Lott Mahan and Howard Baldwin. 1
Betty| ae..eelaa,
Ann Marshall Jean Eby. Betty 39 oodisat.d .
Jane Crawihaw, Dora Scott, Lois "Dr. Leonard W Haskinsae skis ream.

Vrana, Nellie Cash, Helen Pope ..,..... tm are 1..Ia.1\eM SUITABLE
.r Alice Wytong, Myrtle Cason. Mull u. a......... 01 Large size Elks
\ Ncthalint Griffin, Gertrude Odors, GLASSES'I' I SHOE GIFTS

Annie Lee, Norma Andrew, Mar- II. .. .".. .... III.... ..... WHITE FOR
)orie logic Betty Joy Lee Janice c-: ........ ... Callus r CLEANER

Lee, Frances Soper AJlen Kirk,. c-I T..aiamtmmlmnninanimamn "r Wal sails,oL ALL

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*> I kondU and looks lively r ro 49e gl yea a ity bristi sfa

II an roesk We-- year money. gin astr.

I Shelton Thermlqa Cre olgnole

L.- ta..asra !fats_ 11..0. Car:
amt women haT Wim ed when lhf jnat 'i -
always filled vibes Will Yalu" me
r Mak promptly with ivnst.aottallagrtdltals. sesuable, we'It bats
your oipsMMot
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SLIPPER: HOLDS MEETING Those present at he day tam> !
- > Approximately Sixty attend TtarMtar Soclstynof the Sacred I were: Ardel Parmaa. AnM Rhe- j
Social Events the benefit supper of the Horn'* Heff Church ni8P Wednesday
stead Presbyterian Church on May afternoon Its clubhouse. ney, Patty Robinson Betty IItl1 V :
18 at the home of Dr. and Mrs. man and Mary Suber { J ir i
Present were: Mn S. J. Lynch
] Carl r. Robinson Mn J. M. Hoi- Wr Chew Pope. Mrs Don Fsr-
ferty opened the program by giving reyra, Mrs. Frank Panno, Mrs.
Kits. FRANK STALLINGS OF SOUTH MIAMI a talk on the colored missionary ,Frank Ortflci, Mn. George L. !

IS HONORED BY FRIENDS IN FLORIDA CITYttAtw. i talked, Fearing on Edminston, and Mn,. another A. F Arthur colored :iDe Swan Maria Mrs.Min E. Spadoro Norms De Mn Maria M., Tropical CafeS

. missionary to Africa. I t Mrs. F. A. Mlnnerly and the Rev
S north of city hall :
Becker, tin. W. W.
Johnny rence Becker, Mn. C. O. Nelson, I A playlet telling of the customsof !James B. Cloonan.An .
Ia Severs and Miss I **borj Matt- Mrs. Fred Henn, Mrs. R. J. Shep- the Congo women was put on HOMESTEAD: FLORIDA :
da son a surprise party Wednesday herd, Mrs. L. Fonyth, Mn. S. S. I by Misses Lois and Dorothy Beh- all-day meeting of the F L. <:/
1'1. I afternoon at the Severy horn Shields, Mn. J. W. Miller, Mn. M. rens, Miss Irene Jackson, Mist Il. T. Club was held Wednesday at the Regular dinner ...... 50c
bet i'honor of Mrs, very'i sister Silverman, Mn. J. It Simmons, I Jean Irwin, Miss Jane Gatlln, Miss home of Mrs. Harry a Wolfe. Plate lunch ....... .... 3oc !
Mrs. Bruce Thompson, Mrs. R. W. Wanda Thompson and Miss Athley;
JhL. Frank Stalling of South MuUlns, Mn. W. E. .
Myers, Mrs.J. Kemp Miss Ruth Sttffiinl sad Mra.Florence1 .
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Miami, the former Miss Cherie M. Dobbin, Mn. J. W. Caves, It
br76t' Reread Prop
., Aldrich. Mn. A. B. Langham, Mrs Fritz''''SCOUT COURT OF AWARDSTO Homestead Girl ScoutsBy II
:lib* hostesse were assisted by Schroeder, Mn. Joe Gollatschek I BE HELD WEDNESDAYA Ariel Pleurae
Ills. Rudolph Mattton, Mrs. Clyde Mn. Herbert. Hunter, Mrs. J. K. 'I' Girl Scout court of awards "" _
Dendy and Mn. Scott, Mrs. R.. E. Scott Wm.
Mn Mr
IhHU, Burley wile be held Wednesday afternoon At the Girl Scout meeting Tues-
Alma Doxeee.XThguest McCullough, Mrs. Roy Chandler*1 at the home of Mn. FrankSkill day afternoon it wag decided to MAAfAKLUBRICATION
list included: Mrs. Mrs. Harvey Rohrer, 'Mr I
Joseph at 3:30 o'clock. Mrs. Bruce Mcln- buy a book "Florida Wild Flow-
'11 Boyd Cohernour, Rusted, Mrs Francis Irwin I
tosh of Miami will award the ers" by Mary France Baker, to be
Kennedy, Mn. E.StUrn South Miami, Mn. Jesse Cave of
Ift* Margaret I IMra. badge Dramatizations of Royal kept In the scout library. Final
;. Mn. H. M. Defiler, Sr., Homestead, Mrs Ray Qooding, Palm State hammock' Matheson plan were made for the play toM
Mn. H. M. Degler, Jr., Mr. John Inex Odom, Misses Melba hammock, Monkey Jungle and held next Wednesday at Mrs. DexadabUlty, and operating
Bbhrer\' Mn. Harold Rohrer, Mri. and Moiety Sever, Mils Rosalyn Johnson's tropical grove will be Skill' home tiroaosnr mill from, regular
D. Sullivan Mri. Ernest Neill. Mn Becker, Miss Atene Vercoe,' Miss presented by the four patrol We also reviewed our trail sign Marfik lubrication. Ten get
" Blanche Chapman, Mrs. Burley Alice Macdmber, Mill Henrietta I Dora Scott, director Is being assisted Mrs. Russell Horne, Mn. Frank
1- Dendy, Mrs. Lloyd Dolts Mn. O. Plchard, Warrene Severy, Norm I by Mn. Fred Suber, Mrs.,Hausman, Mn. J. A. Hudson and the meat out ef your Invest
.t 1I.tI t Clonlnger, Mn. Chat. Clinton, and Ricky Becker, Jean Dendy Frank Hausman, Mn. J. Lawrence Mrs. Carl F. Robinson were here meet by securing a therotfh
II I- Mn. Lester Walkup, Mrs. C. Diana, Archie and Richard Clinton : Scott, Mrs. Russell Horne and I I to help us.Saturday. Marfak: Job from us
I Becker, Mn. Atkinson, Mn. Law and Margaret Sullivan. I Mn. J. A. Hudson. The public is at the day camp we
) cordially Invited. I planned a five-mile hike. The 75c
IBLK SCHOOL PLANS MADE Those present were: Mn. Jason! things we should take are: cloth-
AT SUPPER MEETING Avery, Mrs Bruce Ennls, Mn. Miss Mary Grace English was I ling--alacks"oxfords, sweater, shirt, TEXACOOneStop
,'" Officers for the vacation Bible Augustus Wynn, Mn. E. A. Bu- hostess to the Kappa Phi Delta ''eye protector; food-lamb chops
school which the First Baptist chanan, Mrs. A. M. Logan, Mrs. J. Sorority at her home Monday evening water, green vegetables, e sweet Station
II I-, Church plans to begin on June 12 G. Logan, Mrs. J. J. Richards, Mrs. ; After a short business I and a rag; equipment-flashlight; DONE KISSAM Pre ..
will be elected this evening at a B. M. Hindman, Miss Lobdell and period, refreshments were servedat knife, cup, whistle, compass; tint N. Krome and 4th St.
special meeting of the Workers' the hostesl. the Dixie Drug. aid-kit, ready pads and aromatic -
Council.Af. ._- --
. Monday evening's supper
sheeting of the council Mist Dorothy
Sparks of Miami l spoke on the

deeds school and requirements of a Bible The SmallHOME

;Other program numbers were
adllby Mn. S. L. West and
I Mr*. J. A. Hudson, a violin solo
5y Roy Nelson and a vocal solo
by J. Q CaldweU.
t The supper was served by the
eieantrt under the! direction of
Mn. Alex Lanier, Mn. Dexter
jtorne, Mn. M. A. Murphy, Mn. /
Hudson, Mn. J. C. Davis and Mrs.Laban I
Bishop Jr. I

_Otherf present were: Mr. and
Mrs. T. D. Plche. Mr. and Mrs.

, frank Me twain, Mr. and Sfrs.Mn. J. Now the small! home can be built right from start
K Byrum, Mr. and T. C.
Snackletord, Mr. and Mn. J. Law to finish. It can be well designed. It can be welt
fence Scott, Mn. J. W. Gilmer,
constructed.: It can include modern conveniencesThe
Mr* Jack Polk, Mn. Bert An.
Brews, Mn. C. O. Robertson' Mrs.
X D. Smith, Mn. O. I. Gault, Mn. small home has never been so usable-and
Frank Irwin Mrs. Fred Redd,
Mrs. J. R. Dorsey, Mrs. T. T. livable. Home financing has never been so prac*

owdn. Mia Bowman of Miami, tJcal for the moderate-income family.
Mill Ellen Vann, Miss Goldiaftrenhefl
Miss Julia Sullivan, Miss
Annsbell Redd, the Rev. J. I'j: The down payment may be as J low M one-tenth ofthe

Johnstone Orennell., D. R. Snyder and MI'on property valuation. One roan will take tart

161 of the remaining cost of a new home. Repayment

MBS. LLOYD FIELD HOSTESS too h made In monthly Installments out of your Income .
was hostess to over ample time.
1r1nYL" OA
Circle of the

"' her Homestead home Monday Methodist evening.Church The at PSAG1 06 We will help you put through your application

;t first chapter of "The Invincible P, for an FIfA loan,
"Advance," the P
a year book of
i Methodist Church was discussedby I
the memben SY KEEP Brooker Lumber Co.

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: Ten .. -- . . THE LEADERENTERPRISEFriday, May 26, 1930

rut urn OP IALB OF TAX ClnTtFC .,
In "RI ciEct'rr rOIl IT
t IIOT'T or BALE or TAX crtTiri- 1 T( N 111 Pntoknrat fat. Book toaai la* tins Nan felt to IMI both ion JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOB CATER Ap'.....).* Na. 4714Nolle
AapHealtM He 4111 : t I, Bheh f, I. tloln, ud ItM aaMintlag to MM. .
DADa COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN ca AM.CERT. h bo say fives that THBODOIVS
Natal to hereby glvn that THHOOORUIA1LF.Y Pan ITT. *H. Lau I to 14 Took It. lUahiMla Park,
/ Qa"IIu andnJssl Na. ...... BAILEY... filed with ara wri_ equal
f wmua drn.ed mold. arideaeed kr Cav
hd IIM with M nqudt rr The toaaa to ke arc
cw the IHI ..I.... ORDER: OP PUBLICATION that th* tax arllftoMd together with all
thai MM ... aerta-lcaid together with ill tax* room '' toll af IMt and nvraatBtatoad
ad or tovUd w -e/ Inclu both Inrtaarn. amounting 1n.1..../ 'tlh. Peaks Itll M lose, umuii"t.w'l'to'u. BITTY HAJtBESON. PlaJMIff. mammala/reed or levied taid rneludlngthe
: IM, held kr tko Sake b* ad..Itime
=---:7 **, held kr the BMW k* a* II ft. br 41 ft. .. NW Cor Lot 10, BkT .... ... nor and auld ta the highest. bidder, for each
a e.rt..d and KM to MM highest kddcr for Flaehunl. Plat Book 1, Pan ITT. The Black M. Hacienda Park LARS 0.,011011I IIAItBIiIION: Dofo....,.. aa provided br Chapter HIM. of the IMT
I eh d provided kr Ch._ IIIM. ft the 'I team to br sold ar. kltnued ar CertificateNo. The axes M ka sold an widened kr CarUflaato TO LAOS OBOItGI I14I..UON. Bess Acre of the UgUhtun. upon the ..._..
. IMT Acto at th* l...h lan,-u- Ik* lot.bvlMT toil of IHt and repneenta team for MOo WU af IHI and represents U.k,.. described. real I dUW In the Collate of Dada
. doterlbed. nel dUU III tlM Coanlr the man INS to lilt, .both inclusive..sountlnf axes for the roan IMI u IMt, both la- state of Florida Molt'
t Dada SIM at Fkirhu ...", I. to llttt, choices. ._.u.* M 1101.II. rr II OROEJICD: that roe file Name ap- ,
Unnumbered Bovines Phi
Tract af
Hacanda Pirk.The the Ilk dar ., June, A, IX IMlof
, A Low I Md 4. MeChhVi ..... PUI Book. I Lett IT and It. Block I, 1',....... A...... Late axes II to to ke 17.sold Block an M erldneod, kr Car. _ISIS_to the oa Bill of Complaint ar Olvana U Newport. SI* .of.W' crtloa 11.
I I. Page I. Tk laid la k> gold an tvtd Plat Book II, Pan II 'I'M..._ to ka titleate. No. Mil of IMI and repmenlatar the above ttrled aaaaa atkerwhM a decnapn TowMhlp IT, Rnnn I*. Put Book It
i I ..id kr CartirldU Ma 111 of till and :sale ... avkWnoed br Certificate. No Mil tar the peaks IK to IMI, bah. law aonfotea will ke antorad agalntt your Pan Be. .... .'.r IT.4 Acre, mon erlew.
repreaonu toad for the FARM KM to lilt ,of III and reprceanta toad for the room Tka axes to ka did an cvldeacW brCertlflcau
.. .., amounting to ..... The Hma alaad Lcaaar-Eatorprha/ /.-
t huh ln.lu.lr. amounting to 111.II. Ml[ to IMI, both ...* amounting to Lot M. W. D. Home'. Add. The axes sled aa the newspaper In which this order No. TM of IMI and nprdenuUid
Let II, McChln't ..-.. n. Book. 5. for lid years ItM w IMt bola In.clutlvc .
Iga494ft.IN945t.4NWatSWI4d to ke sold an avUcnced kr Certlflcato. .hall to published allot t weak lot lour
Pan I. The Uid to he told an *vi.defiord amounting ta 1411 M
M4 of loll and axes for the _..I.. weak.
kr CertlfldU No 1MM of IMT andrapnduu 1 W 14 of Section II, Tawaahla 67 Bang. roommate Lot ... Tatum'i Addn. No. I. Phi Book.
I aces fat the rears loll to loaf, M .containing Acne awn or inse. Th years'In Itll IIT04.j U.lose, both laelueloe amountto Thin ink dar of AprIL A. D. IHI.t. 1. Pan It*. The laid to be told in cvl.denced f
both lnelu.lv.. amounting to I* 40. team to be told an evidenced kr CertlfldU W D. Horn. Add. The team B LfcATHEKMAN! aa Clerk of br Certificate No SIN of lost aadnpndnu
': Lot 17. MeChln'i/ Sub, Phi Book I, No. I7TI af IMS tnd ropneenu axon forth ka told 17. evidenced kr Certificate No Circuit Court Dade Countr. Florida. axes for the rare IM to IMI,
) Pan 4. Tka laid to bo MM an evidenced ream lUll to 1111. both Inclusive Its at last an and repneoata tout for the Br R. H. RICE;, it.. Popular Chrk.Clrcott both Inclusive, amounting to 111.Tl.
kr CertlflcaU No Mil of ItM and repnMM amounting to ....1. IMI both ,...1..1... ( Court saws I LoU (0 and II. Tal..'. Adds Na 1,
ItM to amountMl
t .. knees for MM sure Ittf W I.... botkpvrlu.lv. Uu I to I and 10 to It. Block I.Kaeteada raan to II.17. ., amounting to 114 ULau Park. Phi Book ... Pan 10. The Lot 11. Block fread'l Ind Adda. The Solicitor for Plaintiff.' told. an evidenced .kr Certificate No. IIM
T rod I, Block 4. Result DhaoadPark. toad to be sold an evidenced br CertlfhotoNo total to be told :. evidenced kr Certificate (Apr II. May I. II. It. I.." of IMI and represents Uxd for the Fears I
t Pht Book 1, Page III TIM laid toW IMI af IHt and rapnecnU anon for No ONTO of 1MO and npnecnta taxes for IMO to Itll, bothbc1uM amounting to
Kit an evidenced by Certificate JIo. the room logo to lose, both kieltnlve, the lilt to lilt, both /..... ... 12*.4*.
r case of IM and nprodnU did for tb* amounting to 173 II. mauaUnt Free to III II. I.... both Inclusive amoantlng to ITI7I. Lot M, T.tum'i. Addn. No. I. Pat Book
ran late to lull, both taclu.lva, amount LoU II to all Block 1, Hacienda Park. Lot IN, Block 5: rnadla Ind Adi). The Lot 411, W.lbrldn Addn., Plat Book I. I. Pan It*. Th. loses to a* did I an evl.deaaed .
age II.Ut Phi Book II, lean 10. The team to ba Mice to ka told mUeaeed kr Certificate Pan 47. Tko toad to W cold an w/. br Certificate No. $I" of Itll andnpnecau ,
t. M P. Walker-l Ink, Phi Book 0, cold' an evidenced kr CertlflcaU No. SON No. 1177 of IMO an and npntcnte Mica, for dance kr Certificate No. tout of 1H7 and team for the room IMO M IMt,
Pan 14. The laid to .bo cold ara .vleWeed of IHt and represents taxd for the years the Man Ittt to lilt, both lnclutl e. represents tone for the years IM* to IMt, both Inclusive, amounting to 107.IT.Lot .
kr Certlflcato No. till of 114 andrcpidtau HI to logo, both Inclutlva amounting to amounting to 111.... both laclualra amounting to 11 II. II. Ctmpb.il. Adda.. Plot Book I,
laid for the Peaks 1MI to ..... 111.41.. Lot T, Block. I. ....d.. Rod Ad.... The Lot I. Krone Avc. Addn, Flat Book 5, .... 14. The taxd to ke told. an art.deneed '
both lnrln.lv.. amounting to 121IIUta Lot Block I, Hacienda Park, Plat axes to ka told an evidenced kr CertificateNa Pan 174. The team to be sold. an evU br Certificate No 1411 of last andnpndnu ;
I to I and I to II. Nark I. Borer Book I.tp 10. The Uxd to ka cold anevidenced Site of lost and npreaante taxes for denaed kr Certificate Na. 7a7t of lUll and taxd for the ran INS to Itlt,
...., Plot Book II. Pain II The. towns Uka kr Certificate No. till ., IMO the ran 1110 to IMt, both inclusive, movement taid for the roan IMO to loss, but lnclu.lv. amounting U 121.14La .
goo an evidenced hr Certificate Mo.loWl and npnecnta axes for the Fears IMt to .......* to M II. both Inclualve. ....uall.. to III 01. II, Campbell Addn, Phi. Book. 1,
ti ., Ittt and npreemu taxd for the tit, Mob Inelualva. amounting to M.t7. Lot t. Block. fe rnad'l Ind Addn The Lot 4. Kroma A... Addn, Phi. Book. .. Pan 114. Th. toss to k* sold an avfc.
i C'1a1r.I to loss, bath Inclusive, _.too Loa n to .... Black I. ""track Pork. aces to ka told an evidenced kr Certificate, Pan 174. The axes to be told are art.deiMcd drum kr Certificate No. Kill of IMI and .
.40.Uto Pat Book II. Puts 10. The' same to be No. I1TI of IMI and npreeenta axes for kr Certificate No. Toll of lUll and represents team for the rdn ItM to Itlt, I
t, r II to 14, Block I. Barm'. ...... Plat cold an evldeadd kr Certificate No. tMT tha IMO to IMt both laelualn.amounting represents told for the ream IMO to IMt, both Inelualva, amounting to '''.11. I
Bank II, Fag IT Tka' team to ka gold ... of INS and Represents texd for tka nan rean to M.01. both Incltnlve, ...oo.U.. to III.... Lot It, F_'. A...... Phi Book. I, Pag ,
evidenced kr Certificate No 1011 of lilT inn to Illl, both lnclu.lv, amounting M Bode 11 ft I of NK Car of IH of MCK Lot T, block' T, Downer Palms Adda. No. 71. Tha thaw to ka cold ara *vUenead bC.rtHlecaa
and reprdcnU axes for the room 1"1 to .641..*. of NWU af IWH, Watt M ft, I III ft, t. Plat Book 14. Pan II. Tha told to ka No. Ml of lost spot represents I
'i loss both ,..1..1... amounting to II It 14 Let : I, Hachmda Park. Plot R M ft, M 111 ft to point of begin section Sold an evidenced kr Certificate No. IMO low for th. rdn IM to IMI. balk. la. '
I UU I to I. Block I. Bu,..'. ,._.. Plat Book Ir.- The Roam to be odd anevidenced II. IT Bouta. 1snn II Eat, of last end represents ones for the reanMO elusive. amounting to III 01. I
.onk II. Pan 17 Tha to>" to he cool aravlriennd br Certificate Na StM of IM containing Townthlp. M Acne, men ar how The to Itll, bulk adults amounting toNAT. Lot It, Walbrldn Adda, Phi Book t>
air Certificate No. loltt of lilT and npnenU taid for the Fran INS MIMt axes U. .be told ... ............ kr Certlflral Pan 4T. Tha axes to ka sold an evl.deaord 1
and repnatnu taxes for the roan lit toIMt both Ineluarva, macetlag. ta 17.71. No. 4711 af ItM and npreeenta taiee far Lot II. Block 7. Dowser Palms Division. br Certificate No. IMM of loll I
both laelu.lv.. ameantlng to IIU, 0*. Lot I, Block I. Moo_ Part. PlotBook She raan IMI to till, both ...1..1.., No. .. Plat Book 14. Pan ... Th. toad abe and repneaau taaea for the ,' .I.I't T
P + Utt t to 14. Block I, =. .:4 II. Page ... Ta Mad to ba addan tnountlim to lit.II.Bagla sold an evidenced kr Certificate No. ItM, both lnclu.lv. amounting :
1 Plat Honk II, Pan II. Tha 10 beam evidenced br CertUhala .... Mat af1M4 II ft I A M ft Watt of Ml cora af IMa af Itir and regressive toad for the Lot It. 11'.,_ Add, fie Book I.
avld..tcd kr Certificate Na. land of ... reproteau toid for tk* run at 111119 NWU at IW44. West 41ft ream IM* M lilt, both Inclusive. amount.HW .... IT. The tana to ke add an evl.limt .
IK7 end represents axes for the roanIK less to lilt, both Incluelve. amounting Mlllll. \40. III ft;'leof. ft, N III ft to point of to in M. br Cretrieato. Na. IMII of IHT tad '
to IMI, boa iMliMlra, amauatln to ....1.. laatw II. Township 17 South, 11._ Lot 11. Block ,. Downer '.1_ Divining _....... ago for the years IMI to 1M. ,.
17114. Lou I to f and t to 14. Black i. HachndaPark II Last, _101.'.. .14 Acne awn ar leea. No. I. Flat. Book 14. Pan n. The taxes to both. limlu.lv. amounting to "T....
Lot. I to II. black. *. .,...'. Sub., Put Bank ItWPnn M. The loans Mhe The u>ea to ka cold ... evidenced kr Car.tlfhato aa cold areevidenced ar Certificate Na.OMI Lot T. Block t, &wt..'. Addn. Phi. Book
rut Book II. Pan IT. 'I'M..... M k> odd odd an evidenced kr Certificate No. No 1711 of logo sot npnaenuamea of 1117 and _........ toad for Urn I Pan I" The axes to k* cold an evidenced
... ewes m.. br Cartlfk-ato No. long of ItM ., in* and represents Mid far the for the nan IMt to I.... boss. la, Years IK to INS, both Inclutlvoi ._... kr Certificate. No. 111 ., IMI and
SORT and nr .aata tana for the room room inn U IMI both Induelva amount.Ing tlmlver amounting to II.It. law a .. ... npndnu lama for the yearn t*" to IM*.
late to INs, both liwlualva emanating to to 114*.Tl. Itega11ttaand144fkWest of NC Coraf Lot 10. Hall'l Adds, Pat Book. .. Pan both lnclu.lv*. amounting to M.IT.
'l ; II to 14 Blink. I. Boror. Ink Book II, Pan 10 Th toad to ka IM ft. I r.llofaNI''I ft, N III ft, U Certlflcuc No. IOIIT of HIT and represents 1. Pan IT. The team ta ba did an cvl.denoed .
5 flat 11>.* II. Pan IT The loam to W told;/ did ... evidenced br Certificate No. lOOt point af begin, loctlaa II, Town.hlp 17 tones for the years lit* to IMP, both lit. br Certificate No. 7M of MO and
art ......... kr Cortlflcato No. INN of of roll, and repndnu lease for the rdnIMI bulk, Kanga M Eaat. containing .It Aerei .1. live, am.unllng to 171 It.IW represents Ie... for the ream lift to 111*.
IWt and nvrtMnla to.. for tha both ", ....1.. and IHt 1 both lnclu.lv amounting to M.MUt I
pooh W IMI ion ar..... The taxes M .ke cold an ....* Lot Hall'l Addn., Plat Book Pan
IK to ..... both laclutln/ ......11.* tolu4 amounting M 117.1*. dawned kr Certificate No. 1111 ., Ittt andtcpreeenta 111). Tha laid to ... cold son evidenced kr I. R. L. 11_.'. and A"' ... Flat
| .It. ..... II and 14. Block I. H....... Park axes fop the less' to Certificate No. 1011 of 1197 and fortunate Book .. Pan 111. The ago to W aold
Uta I to II. Block. 4, flumes .._.. Plat Book '1. Pan I*. Tho taid to be ItM, both 1..1...... amounting raan to 114 ''. tow for the years Isle to Itll, both I In- an evidenced bv Certificate No. 1040 of
h Plat Book '1. Pan IT. TIM totes to kc told I told an avtacneed br CertlfloaU No. Toll Bain at point' lie ft E: of IW Cor' of elusive. s..ntlns to 11'.14.. lost and npndnu axes for the rdnItM
ara arMaaara: kr Cartlfka.1 No lull of tif IMO and represents ago for the' raan1H M % of IW44, Th NegoIt. Lot 12. Hall. Adds. Plot Back 5. ,... to Itlt bulk Inclusive, mounting to
IWT and raprtatMt loam for the rears ( to loll both lnclu.lv. and IMI and h'Y".r.: curve A Radlua of 1 110. The tax" Ia 100 sold. an evidenced by Ut 4..
not to ..... both Intlolra. amouatln IM, amounting to ...... 41U17 ftf a distance of "0 ftH teem or hoes C.rtiflo.a Na 101" of 1757 and represents Lot II. Block I. Plnehunl Addn., Plat
......n. 'I i Uta II to 14, Stick. 6. Hacienda Park a But ine of West .f NEof taid for the ream III' ? ..... .both I. Book 11, Pan II. Tha ..... to be sold err
led 4, Block II, Town of Homestead, Plat Book '1. ,... 10 The Uid to ke IIW 44. Tb 9 Ia Bm X11=4 of ow wof .../.., amounting to IIM 41.Uu evidenced br Certificate Nix I1SI of Itl
Bouk 4. Pan II Tha bees to .bo sold aravMnod told ... evidenced kr Oortl'..... No. tool NLI4 o"WI4. Tb West N '. .Bboa I and ti Block 1. Morris HondlldDlvttloa and represents taxd for the ran INS to
t' kr Certificate No 10114 of IIUT of Itlt lad ropntenU anon fw the reanIttl floe I'. Township IT Ioutlt. Range. II W..I No I. Plat Book II. Pin M. The IMI. both Incluefvo, amounting to 114,M.
and rrpmonta to.n for the years logo tot to IMt both ..... ... and lilt, The team to be cold ... widened lor 0.rItf1,51. axes ta W told an evidenced br CertificateNo. Lot II, W. D. H....'. Sub, Plat Book
IMI, both Inclwlvr. amountlni to IklTI .mourning to lit 14.UU No. 'toO of nil rod represents lllll of IH7 and rcpraoenu taxes for I. Fan III. The team to .be sold an evl.denoed .
Uto I and 4. Block 4. Ewlns's, A.'... 1 to t >Block 4. Hacienda Park lance for the Penn ItM to I.... both in..Ius4ve the ,... lit to III, both Inclusive, br Ccrtlflc.tc No. Hot of IMI and
e Pht Rook I. Pan IH. The loam to .kc Plat Book II. Page 10. The told ta .be amounting to '''.1. amounting to 111.IIUu represents axes for the ream IM to I....
t. add ara evidenced k> Certificate No. UTIaf told an evidenced br Certificate No. loot E: U ft of Watt 111 It of N 111 ft of I and 4. Block 1, Morris. RomdltdDIvMol both inclusive. .mounting to II 10.
IIM and represents loam for the yean of IMI and roproeenU ago for the rears NWU NH4 "') and No. I. Pat Book. II, Page $.. Lot :: W. D. Home' Bub, Phi Book 1. I
ma to IDM, both inclusive, amouatlni to Itll to l \ '11.1a. amounting to M7 M. bcll'l Addn. U H_...... N IINI ft. B No 11114 of I91T aid nvroeenu Uid kr Certificate No. Hot of Itll andnpndnu
Loa T and '. Block I.. 11.1.: .'. AMa, Lou I to II, Block I. Hacienda Park 10 ft for P. O. B., Tk K 10 ft. 0 IM 'I, the room lost to lilt, both .. ..T"'I text for the rn IMO to lilt
} Phi Hook. '. Faca lit. The axes to daHd Park. The won V. b. cold an ..vld.ae.Jby Weal It ft K 100 ft to P. O. B., Section U. amounting to 111,10. koth 1..1..,.., amounting to 11.17.
i '. an RodWr a id kr Cortlflrau No. Iliaaf Carttftoate No tool af in and reprcdntt Township IT Booth, Range la lack Tha Ut 7. T.t...'. Aadn. No. I. Plat .... Lot II, Tatum'i Addn. No. I, Phi Book
Itl4 _... loses for the rtanl ago for the man lots to I.... botkInclualve team to ka sold are vMeaced kr Certlf tcalaNo. Pan. ... Th laid to ke told. arc cvl. I. Pan Illl Th, taxes to be auld an evl.dcnced .
r3f ..l to lose both Inclusive, mounting toUto and logo, amounting to "0.'., IIM of 1911 End npreeenta axes for denied br Certificate No. 10701 of 1M7 and br CrtlflcaU No HIM of ItM andreprcdnu
l."' Uu 1 to .. Block 4, Hacienda Park. The the roan loss to IMt, both Inclutlve.amooiaUng represents Uid for the Facts IH to Itlt taid for the years IMt to 111,
II and II. Block 4. Iwln.'t Addn. anon to ba gold an evidenced br Certificate to '1'.11.u.N10'ltt"'lr both lnclu.lv. amounting to IU.74, both inclusive, amounting to III 17.
t Pink Book I, Pan IM Tka Mean to: kaaM No 004 of IHI and repreomu told forth NXM of IWK. Section Lot t and 4. Block BarbeKi Addn, Lot 71. T.I...'. Addn. No. I. Pat Book
an xrUtmod kr Crrtlflcato Na, lilt Fears IMS to IMt, bait Initiative, cad South Range It Lot, Met Book I. Pan 56. The taid to be sold I. Pan IM, The axes to be sold an evidenced
) af IMII and nvrcacnta Um for the rtanlull 18... amounting to I It II. being NH of Block I, hi. L. D. Co an evidenced br CartlflcaW Na. 1440 of br Cartlflcata No. Itol of ItM and
to IMD, both Inclusive, aaioi.ntlnt to LoU I to IT, Block T, Hacienda Park. !The axes to ka 00T.i an evidenced kr Ccrtlfloate : IHt and nprednu axes for the nanIMI nonevents taxes for the years 111 to lilt.
) ... ., Th. tease to ke sold an evidenced kr Certificate No. 111 of ItM and movements, to 11*, both Inclualv, amounting to both Inclusive, amounting to III IT.
Uu'II and 14. Block 4, I..'..'. Adiln.. JIM state of 1H and repneanulaid ago for the rean IH* to Itlt, both hv 141 M. Lot 71- T.I...'. Addn. No I. Phi. Book.
Pat Bask I. Pan 136. The taxes to .kc for the r en 1VS8 to Itll, both ion cluelva, amounting to .....11.II Lot I. A.... A But Plat of ...IU., Pat I, Pan 118. The axes to be sold an evl.dcnced 4
sold ... evidenced kr Certificate No. IMImt cloy. and IMt. amounting to ....... 14 of NW4 of 8KH af SWa4 5mtbs Book I'. Palo 40 The team to .be sold anevidenced br Certificate, No. HM of lost andrepneenu I
? I Itlt and represents axes for the rcan1K4J LoU II U 14. Block t, Hacienda Park. Twp IT South, Range It E"R being br Certificate, 10711 of 1M7 ago for the nan, INS to lilt
ter ( to IMt both Incliulra, mounting to The axes to ke sold ...-..1......d kr Certificate 8ay Lot II. Block I D. Co will of and represents lease for the roan IH to both lnolu.lv. amounting to "!.fl.
"0.11. No. *oo* of IH and represents BW4* of BEI4 of .W..L section II. Twp ..". both Inclusive. amounting to IM.11. Lot I. Block 1. T.....'. Bad Plot
7 Lot'It.. Block 4.' Iwlnr'l o Adda.., Plat axes for the. nan IMI to Itlt both I.. 17 South Range It Eaet. .being NVb Lot N II ft. Lot I. Amd. A Eat. Pat of le- Bock T, Pare IIS The axes to .be told anevidenced
Bonk I. Pan 186. The loam to ba told anxrMnccd tlu.lv.. and IMt, amounting to III.71.UU i II Block I. M. L. D Co The tent to baaold .. Plot Book II. Pan, 10. Th. taxes to br Certificate No. ITTlt of IMS
., kr Certificate No IHI of IM4 t to 14 Block .. Hacienda Pork are evidenced. kr Certlflret. No HII2 .be sold an evidenced br Certificate. No. and "P_." ago for the years IMI W
and rtpreeentt ta>M for the ram loss toIWt. The Uad to a. told. an evidenced br Or i of IMO and npnatnta tarn for the raanIMI nil of Illl and "._.10 taw for the lilt, both Incldlvc amoantlng to 14....
i both inclusive. amounting to III.14Ul tlflcat No. loot of IHI and mp resents to IMt, both Inclusive, amounting to Penn IMO to ItM both Inclusive, amounting LoU I to T, Block I, Titum'a Colored
t II. Block 4. Swing's: Addn, Plat. team for the nan IHI to IMt. both In- IIM.M. ta III.Tl. Town Addn.l Pint Book t. Pan ... Th
B..a. .. Pane IM. The ta.tt to be at1d1924 dative, amounting to IIM,11tluelTc a4 : of PE44 of 8W14. looking Lot I, led N ID ft A..., A Ext Plot of laid to ka sold an avkhnord br CertificateNo
avfcknwed br CertKtrtle No. 1104 Lull I so .. block 0. Haakda r..k. 18. Top N Smith. Range go loot bring:: ...11I.. Plot Book II. ..... 40. The ..... (to of 1010, and rcprdcnta taxes for
and rcpnccnu toaet for the rean IOTI toint I Th. Woo to be wed am evid.nced by Ceytltk.a 544 Lot 16. Sleek .. M. L. D. Co. Te to he mid an evidenced br Certificate No. the rean 102. ta I.... both Inclusive,
e bulk 1..1...... amounting to.II.... )10. lotIl of 111I' .ad I.P"ments tea" to ba cold an evidenced br Certificate 10711 of 1117 and nprdenu Mid for the .......U.. I. n. ".
,4 UU II and It. Much 4. twin,'. Addn.. loam for tho room U21 to 1989. both I.. i No. 12001 of loll and represents tone ream IH* to IMII both Inclutlv. .mountIng Uu I and 8. Block t. T.'....'. Colored
Pat Rage |, .... IM The toes to .kaMo amounting to |M.... I for the 1110 to loge both inclusive to Ml,MUt Town Addn.. Plat Book t. Pan ... The
an widened kr Cartlflcata No. MTIa LoU I to II Block 10 Hacienda fark. amounting room to '17.11. 10. Amd. A Eit. Plat of ...m.. Plat taxes to ba cold an evidenced br Certlfidto"
HIM end reureaanle to of BW4 of lEIi of IW<4. section Book IS Pan 4fl The Sues to .be told an No. 1001 of into and repmenu axes for
1 INS to ".. loath ........... ..... .11.. to No. Sago of IMI and rcpree.nl. lI. 4 Twp 17 Sooth, Rooks It Eat being evidenced br Certlfldt No 1074S of 1H7 the ream, logo In Itlt. both lnclu.lv.
lit II.lt.. :aid for the Team inn to IMI, both la.rlu.lv 5 Vj of Lob II. M. Co. The and ...._.. taxes for the rean IM to mounting to HIM
Pak.. II, Pak lice .... Park >, amounting to IM 14. laid to be told an-.ti.: .:..hi;. ifl, ItM both Inclu.lvt. amounting to ....11. Lot T. Rlock .. Tow of Itnmartoad. Plat
Adda., Book t. The. to.eeto Lou I to II. Block 11. Hacienda ,.rk. No. IMI af Illit Rod nui'tetnla taxes for ..... I* and 16. A.... A &.1. Pat of 6e.'Ill. Book 4. Page 18. the toid to ba sold ir*
ho wed an .....>..ad Ortlflcato evidenced. Cer- cvMenccd br Certificate No. 10, of IHt
br N. The loan to ke Mild an kr the 1111 to Itol both Inclualvr..mounting .. Phi Book IS Pan '0. The Uid t<,
ream ,
1MUI of IRS, and represents H>aa for the lilies.' II sole of 1"9 and s to Itl 07. .be told an evidenced br Certificate No and reprotcnU axes for the years 1011 toltl
fmm in to IMt, both IMI..,.., .-... Row for the ran 1924 to INO, alt Is. Bald tax aartlflcatai together with all 10771 of 1HT and npreocnU Uxd for the >, both Inclusive. amounting to lllll.
fe. to '".'1. Lot 4 Block .. Town of H_..... Phi
,churn, amounting to IM.... subsequent omitted or levM. axes will ke rdr. IMI to IMt both Inclusive, amount .
i tea 'I.o U. Block I. Lincoln Park Lou I to a. Hlork 11, Hacienda Park cold to the hl._ bidder at the Court ing to III.Tl. Bonk 4, Pin IS The' axes to .ha cold er*
4 Book 5. Pin IM.: Tka tone The Mid to W aold an evidenced br Car.Illicit. Houaa la Mhml. an the Ilk dar of June, Lot 27. A.... A Eit. Pat. of ...m.. Plat evidenced br Certificate No. SI1T of 111 e
i to W told anwMenead kr Certificate No. No. Mil of let and rrpreoontttaid I.... beginning at the hour of ten o'clock Bock. II, Pan ... The taxd to ba sold anovUeaaed And fcprednu t... for the pone 11* to
1 War at loss and ropneenta u>ta for the for the retire INN to nil both In.iu.lv thenafter the kr Certificate No. Slut of IMt IMP, both Inelualva, amounting to 167.4T.
a at.. or aa coast
} Ie rs 1m 10 I.... belt 1..1.. Sams.so mounting to Itl.04. .. ka reached In due eouraa.Datad .aa aamaar and repredaU leave for the ream lest toIMI Lot I. Block. 4. T.... of H_..... Plat
'11.1'. Lou I to I. Block. It, Hacienda Park.The al Miami Florida. title the 17th both lnclu.lv. amounting to 114 M Boob 4. Pan IS Th toid to .b* gold are ,
f":'. Block I, Lincoln Park Adds. Roam to ke sold an erldeaeed kr CarliriraW dar af Mar IMt.E. Lot II, And A I... Plat of ...m.. Plat evidenced br Certificate No. Base of IMI
'I t. Pan IM. The axes to ka No. af in and npnarautaid B. LKATHERMAM Bock. II. Pan 40. Tha loves to .he cold anvldcaced tad reprcdnU team for tile rxn IMO M
old an ertdeneed kr Certificate No. IMIf for ..IO .. in to 111, both Inilualva Clerk Circuit 'Court. br Certificate No. 10711 af It.7 11*. both lnclu.lv. amounting to .,...tI.I. .
seal and __.Ie ago for the years amounting to HI.1. Bade County Florida. and repneenu UK for the room IHI uIMt Lot II 1. U Frd'a led Sub, Plal Book
son to IMt, koth Inelualva, awiwtlag to Lou 4 .. 14. Block" IS Hacienda Park. Circuit cut Baal both mclutrv amounting to 11* It ran i64 The toad to W sold an eve ,
.....n.I. The taw to ... aid an evidenced kr Cer.llflcau Ur JNO.' PENNO D. C. Lot $. A." A &... Flat' of ....11.. Pick .. kr Certificate No. SHI of loll andnpnaenu I
... I" Shark L U- Pork A"' ... No. Sol' af IH and repnaeaU Published Mar It, II t June I. I.... Book II. Pan 40. 'I'M..." to ba did anavktaaoed taid for the years 1M to IMt '
r ., Pact Book '. Pegs III. Th. Roam to be aim for th* nan IHI to INS, both ... / br Certificate No 177 ., lilt both lnclu.lv. amounting to .\1....
teal are wld00.... b Cwtlfleaa Ne 5055N ..lu.lv* amounting to Illl.I*. and repneenu toad far the voters IM to : : Ind lob :1-: '
loll and "Promote lees tam 101 .... Low I to Is. Sloth 14 Hacienda Park.Tho NOTICE Or SALE OF TAX: CERTIMCATEH. 11. both 1..1....*. amounting M HTM.UU I..'Pli.t.n. laid to be ;.. or*.
law to IMt, both toalMlra .=meting Mui tona to ke weld an evidenced kr Certificate AppHcnlton No. Itl* to T. Block' .. itommm Adds ; No. MTT of in* .nl I II
...n. No. M14 af IM* and rcprcecnaitaad Notice U hereby given that THKODORUt Plot Book 1, Fan IT. Th Mid M b* soli rennemu ales for theFears IHI to ''.
I IT iM II, Block. I. Lincoln Park for the room ISO to IMI. both lay IAILEY bon filed with ma wruua reqaattthat an ertdoadd br Certificate. Ho. 1711 of I both lnclu.lv*. amounting to 141.M.
Adda, Plat Book 5. Pan IM The team .lu.lv* aad I.... ._.u.. to IM.**. the lax eactlfldtd together with all ItrT Red npneeau taid for the rdi" aid ta* drtiricatd together with altauboduaat j
to ka acid ... ..ldoaaad kr Oartlflcato Na. Law It to 14, Block 14, Hacienda Park, a_wool amtttod ar levied Mid Including lead to IMt, bock PMIimtva amounting to emitted ar levbd team will k*
Matt of IMT rod nvraatala tent far tkanan The toad M ka sold an avldtadd br c1O''I the rear I.... held br the BUM be adornUsed ".1.71. sold to tile klgbdl bidder .* tk. Court
ItM to IMt, both. lmiuMv.. aa m. tlflnto Mo. I*9 .d tp I aad said to the blessing kMder for seek Lou tl and 10. A..... Kit. Fist of I.. Menu. In Miami, ea the Star day of Jua,
tag to .If.... axon for the N 151L both : aa provided br Ckaptor. IMM. of...* Itll Nile Phi Book II, Pan 40 TIlt laid to IM. beginning al the boar of 1* e'dochttt&TJSSZZ
Uad IM*. maunttng to I1I.TI.. Act of th* Ugleletun. upon the following kc add an evidenced ar Certificate No. ; : ". WWI
...... Plat Bonk a, Paaa IM. The toad UU I M Black II, Hachmda Park. described road dtoto la th* Dad, MM *f 1M rod reprdaaU taxd for the'
ra ka told an ..1_ kr ewIl1..... Na.M41 The toad to ka Paid an ovldeadd kr Car. state of Florida/ to-wtt .c.= rdn IM w IMI, both Inclusive gages SffAis-, *, this bas "*
af 1M4 and raantaaat better too Ike tirldte No. Ml* af IM* wad represent@Row U* I Block t, Town lag to II* 4*
Man lots M lose both (......'., uaa aLa .. fee the rend INS to IMS, both lacluelve Add*, Phi Book .. Fan tt. 'I'M"_ Stilted! Ul Bwrk *. Commerce Addn., E. B. tEATHCRMAH
and IM*. mauatlng to 111.**. ta ba did. ar* evkecnced ar Certificates, N*. Phi Book S. Pan IT. The taid to ka aold; Clark Circuit. Cent
:: l"to: .. Black a, Unaalai ParkAdda Uu I to IS Block. II. HaehMdn Park IMT of ISIS and reprodnta axes for the ... avidcndd kr Certificate No. 10711 afIMT leanDad.. CouaIJ' Floods.B0. .
.. Plot Book. a. pan Ill The tone The loans to W geld an avkte.dd br Contlfeate ,.... IHt to IMt, both toeldlra, amount.TatIt and nprdenu axes for the nan in ICinult cart
.. ka MM an nMeiMed kr Cartlflaato )I.. No. Mil of IM* wd rapnaenalUna ,". ..I.... both hHlu.lv*, amounting. to M7.II. P < f. C.
loan of IMT and rearaacnla tone for Ikeraara for Ik* ream IMI to I.... bath toenthxt WalfcrMn A....., Plot. Book. I. UU 0 and .. Block 4. c.._ A...... P,ohll.h May ISIII .1... S. I"
IM to It... both. iMhailM _too and Itlt, amounting to MO... Pan 4T. The taxd ta b* Paid an evidenced Phi Book I. Pin 5?. The Uid M ka aoMan '
Lg i. gsl.If, Led I to 10, Block. IT, H....... Park.The br L. e II to II. Black t, Lincoln. Park MM to W Saw an evidenced br Cor.tnldl taken for the nan lose ta IM*. IttT see rcprdenta toad for the Years IH
Addn, Phi Book t, Pam liU. The toioito ho. Mil of IHt and repraacnaltaid both tochailv, amounting: 11*'4*. to IMI, both ....1..... estimating to IM.14. DR.M.A.BERGERDentist
ka sold ... aYUtitcad kr Cwrtlricato Ne fo* the rcan IHI to ItM both laoMva Lot M and K T ft. 81. Walbrldn BaM. ... eerrlflcMd Weather with allaubdqnanl
Hit af ItM and repraatala Waal NT Ikere and I"'. ._atl.. ta $...., Addn, Phi Book I. Pan IT The taid to omitted or hvhd taid will kcdd
n less to join both taehitiva, aoMnuitUoT Uu Ito M, Block IT. Hachrada Park. k* oM an mtdaaeed hr Certificate Ma.MM to the highest. bidder. at the. CaurtHod
I., : *"'' The taid to ke Sold in evkknoed kr Cer.tineato af lilt and lop vests taad for Ikenan In Miami, an Iha elk dar of I.....
to'M.: Block a. Livonia Park NaV'tMt af ISIS and gsme.ab ISIS to IM*, bas hrtlmlva idoant list, kewhnrag at th* Inner of I* o'clocktkordfler
Add.. Phi Book 4. pan IM. The toM Uad fw Jk..add IM to IMaVhdh la.i Uf a ........ a. w as ansr d the dm I Office Hours 8:30-4:30
to ka add an ..........< kr Certificate Ne lutlv. and IMt, amounting to IM.lt. Ld 14 WilbrMn A...... PIN Book I, may be meshed a .... --
low of lost end rcBrteenla aces far MMout aa.k 10, Hacienda Fork. Pan IT. Th toad to b* add an auk 1141.4 a III.... Floral, this 1M ills
IMI to INS, both toalaalva. arneuat. [I The 'a-Wsan. cold an ovldtaitd kr Cow Armed br Certificate Ma. IOU of IMT and do of My. 1- i! Pint National Dank
N 505JN.C 51tir1. Max IOM af Ittt and repedeKU represents toid for the rn IH to IM*. a. L LKATHRRMAN.Cwrk .
iota II end ... Black. a. Lams Park loses fog tb* rear in to IMS, both \DoI both taelutte amounting to I ".11. ClrcuH. raurt. Building
Add.. 'lal Back 4. Peso 1M. 'I'M"_ UM IT ad M. Wilbrfckro Adda. Plat Dada c. ...... Florida.CircWt .
to ka amid an rMeajced kr CartiHeetoM4I H. I .rr.ti'1 / C"i:1''rk.TIOO : ; Back L Pan 4T. Th* Uid to k* raid\ an ( C..rl 9Pakllak 1\ I Open Evenlati br Appolntmratr .
af lilt sad _. team far aha team to a* Oaks an aihUncad kr Cor.llfloto ..-... kr Cvrttftoito. No 10MT af IM7 ft JNO. nKJifl. 0. Co
nan 1m to I.... bait ........., amaunt- Ma was at lit sod repnaeaili and unottnU laid for tk* lean IIM to Her It. N J
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26 .1939 THE LEADER
May ENTERPRISE rae Eleven

oatar ra for 1s 111, both .......... -...|i iLea .......................... .. .... .... .. .... .. ..... .. .. I

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I LEGAL NOTICES Mp..a L. B' C.......... ; I

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tin k7Mr l
torira or lUll OP TAX CEKTIFI.tATko. Ilin: af MM and roproMou tan. for the I

Appltrattoo No. 4411fyatlea .... bath ...110I... -'"jI' I THEATRE
II honor glvoo that CITY OP I I AATra First insertion 104 a line; tutxcqucnt InicrUoa.S .
1.'WIU1H; MIAMI. FLA. hat filed with oxroaooet Lola 1 to a! Nook M Cafabrkln Lash COCONUT GROVE
Swr We eertlfttaloc Book 10: Pan a IVtaaM to k. I I 1 line
.. with .lthatb.ww. i omitted or old art evidenced br Conlf... No. IU4 ,[ !llaUllee Saturday and Sunday I

...... anon Including tha rear 1M, held of iris and _........ axes for too roan i, 200 U 43 an.f I
I kr the auto ka advertised had cold to the IMT to lots, both ,,,,,,..I... amounting '
..kllkaet bidder for oaak aa .molded kr 1210.M' "I I Show's 'and I B. ..., Adra. t5eSun. I' FOR RENT FOR SALE-Her* art three parcel

IUM, of tha IMT Act. of the Lmesese51and84tMstart, M away below value: A two-
.trg-lataro, upon the following described Cambridge Lawaa. Plat Book M, Pan -1: I
reel oiteto In tits Countr of Dada, State of The I.... to ka cold ara oMoncad hi OortUkau I FOR RENT Convenient apartment story house with 12 rooms,

\ jq.r/d., Ma. 11114 of IMf and roammtl I IUaoa ., Men Tufa Wed celled two inside toilets
,' Lou I to: .. ,Block I. Cambridge Lawn for the roara IMT to IMI both la low summer rate. 118 N.

flat Book Ie Pan 41 The taxes to be alualva, aaHwntln to t 4.41. I May 28. 19,30 31 W. Fourth ttmt. (my 26) stairs balcony; should rent for
odd an avktenocd br Certificate "' .. llMil"of aM to* oortirieo.to tonthor with all (360 per year. Only II.JSO caah.
+ IMI and rcpreaanta taaoa for the roan subsequent emitted or knrlod u..a will k. I MERLE OBERON
|MT M lilt both .......1... _...11.. M"Lot. sold to I.'t"' kMdor at tha Cart I FOR RENT-FurnUhed two bed All taxes and liens paid. .
HOKM on tko 4th day of Juno, LAURENCE OUTER 20 LOTS In Homestead mostly In
T to 10. Block .. Cambridge La.... IMI, beginning at the hour of 10 a'._ I Ia. room homo, alto furnished
flat Book 10, Pen 41 The sense U be M., or.. Man thereafter at the torn : la apartment Reasonable rant Downer Palma No. 1. Many have

told son evtdoMod br CerUfteata No. lltdtof way ka reached In due omiraaDatod [ "WUTIIERINGHEIGHTS" All convenience Reduction to'' aldewalk. All of them for
IMI and represents toaoa.for. the roan at Miami. Florida, this tile nth '
let! to 1.... kotk 1..1.."..., amounting to dar.of Mar, 1909. i right party by the year. Eva 2500. All taxes and liens paid.

lull.Lot.. C. B. LCATRERMAN, Colllni Biscayne drive and Fed 70 ACRES on Biscayne drive, near
I and I, Block 4. Cambridn Lana, Clerk Circuit Coart, !I
Plat. Book $. Page ... The .... to ka hersIIDade County, Florida.Circuit I eral Highway. Modello one mile east of Newton

new sew ..w..... br Cortlflcau No. 11110of ( Court road, only $25.00 per acre.
Into and ropnaoau taaea for the roan Br mo. rsNNo D. c. j Tkuncla*, Friday,
IMT to ,.... both iMluelvo, amounting toLou Publish Mar II, Mi June t. GOOD, cool roomy apt for rent Phone 7) H. A. Cameron, Home

'I$.:& i June 1. 1 Private bath, reasonable rate. ttead Fla.
I to e Block 4 Cambridge Loa
PWt B..h$6. Pan 41. Tha taxes to .. Ask at Western Union. (mUtt)
add ... evidenced kr Certificate "' .. ... .1' Application No. nit In CHOICE LIME TREES on rough
of IIU and ropreaaala taaaa ,oo.... ,... Notice Ic hereby given that M. P WALIKK lemon root Splendid root ay"

IMT to I.... both laciualva .....otl... u ,1 that tka kaa tax filed....with.,.....aw. tonthor written with raquort all "WHILE NEW FOR SALEFOR tem. tOG each Chaa. Pratt

Iota Block 4 Camhrldga Lawna. cubonucnt emitted or ...... axes lncluol Redland road. (
to ,
plus. Book :: Pan 41. Tha axes to he 1 .a the roar IMI, how br the ....., ka adTortlaod YORK SLEEPS"Sattlydspe SALE-Budded citrus treeInadi
and sold to the hlahoM bidder for
paid ara aetdeaaad kr Certlflcato for a:: Illllaf I sash .. Provided kr Clio.... IHtM, of now. Isle of Pines gf.,

IMI to and lilt,repnaeate botk ....uai.same., _.IIn.roanIMT to"Lou'l IMT Acts ., the Locklatura, upon .... Jne 1 Persian lime Temple and Jaffa
lowlnf dowrikod real oMato la lINt Cou.III

4l .. I and t to 14. Block I. Cam. Dada State of PlorWa. to-wKi t"'l MICKEY XOONEY orange, also kurnquat Ready IT YOUR CAR OR BOAT engine'
Lot 1. Bloc *, Dowmor Prime Ma.' unbudded seedbed plant of
brUn UWM, Plat Book 10, Pan II. The r now
fcr Certificate PUt Book 14. Pan II The axes to RALPH BELLAMY"LITTLE: waitet oil and ,u. try
aold evidenced
taaol to ba aro lemon and ,f. alto large stock
MM ara arMoacad kr Cortlfleato No. .
Ma. Illll of IMI and repreeonw sew for OVRHAUL. Take only SO mln-
of IMT and represents toaaa for ta ream la H liw callper. Ready In Aug.
the Pence IMT to....lilt limb iaajualvo Inc to IMI both ........, amounting M sates to Install, saves oil and gas
to 111! ,
.. and Sept pink seedless gf
.. Plat. to 80% Increases
Lot I, Block I, Cambrldn La. up compares,
Lot I. Dock 4. Dower Palau Drc. No. I
Oneco Valencia
tan. king
pineapple -
Book M. Pan 41 The toua till to ka acid of IMI anavldeneed I Plat Book 14, Pan ... Tka axes to b. sold t ..... ..... ..... .... ........ ........ ..... .. .. .. .. .. .. ... lion and tpeed. Costs only $1.3
br Certificate No. .. evld.ned ar Certificate .... tons or and naval orange (the
lost Red Thurman'l Service
and repnoenU toxea for tha peen totMt. j Station
$6.10. I. had nproi.au toaoa for the ,.." I Juicy tort). Roberta Nurseries,
both toMluilve amounting W .M to lilt, both teclvarra, amounting to OP ALE OP TAX: CERTIFYCATM. So. Krome Ave, Homeitcad.
Imo I to .. Block I. CambrMn Lawna .... Application Mo. 414 Dan M. Roberta ProP.. Epmore,
'Pint Book to Page ... Tko towoi to be I "'cot.... to ._, given thatCOOPER. CEO. <0825)< :
cold an eeldeneod br Certlflcato No IIII4af I. Lot 10.Book Block 4 Pan, Downey... Palms Mv. No.' AGENT OF THE OWNER. W. Dr. Vt ml E. of Kroma Rd. i
PUt 14. The
taxes ko
IMI sad represents axes for the roan old aro orMoacod ar Certificate No. IOUI H OWEN*. ... filed with m. written reIUOM (mitt-jit SEE AND BUY at Shanklln Varlet *
IMT .. IMI both Inclusive, amounting to"Lou thai the taa eertlflratoa tonthor with
of IMT and ropnornU axes for the roaraHI all Subsequent omitted or levied team Including ) Grove West Florida

f to II, Block a, Canbrldn Lawaa.Plat ......to IMI both Inclusive ._." to the rear lout acid br the State boacvertlced UNFURNISHED S-room City.a7U)
Beak Pan ... The axes to ke and lo
to Kid the highest bidder
Black In sRedland. hou"l
Lot II, Downer Palma tMv. No. Lights,
No. tllllof ..
sold an avhtenoid or Certlfleato cock provided kr Chapter KM, of
.. PUt Boob 14. Pan tl. The ..... to kaMid
for the Brook Inc Phone 78-B
1HI and reprownto axes roan 'd.arsd kr Certificate tko IMT Asia of the LegMaturo, upon the WANTED
ara w No 10U
IMT to IMP hotel Inch!.., amounting U of IMT and ropnomu toaaa for the .following deeorlbed real I .UW la the
County of Dado auto af Florida
Cambridge La.... III' to IMI both Inclusive, automating to SPECIAL-for .sale house with WANTED-Painting or carpentry
LOW 1 to Block t, ..... I Lot II Block I. Randolph. A.""., to 31
Plat Book to Pen ... The tome to ke Lots Go.o..... The uxea to ba sold an rrvdrared work. Price) reasonable Corbel
11 and II. Block I, Downer Palma bedrooms living room dining
No Illll ,
sold sew evidenced kr Certificate br Certificate/ Mo PIT of Ion andrrprowau ,
of IMI and rcpreeenla taxoe for the roan Dl.. NoPlot W ..Book.. 14. Pan la. Tho [ axes for the roan IMI to kitchen. cash. Smith Cor. 4th St., and lit Ave.,
laid to MM ... ..... kr CmlfleaMNo. room Only $1,100
IMT U IM, both Inclusive amounting to 10157 of IMT and _.....IAI laaca for 19.., both 1..1....., amounting to IH..,. at residence of W. B. Flower,

"LOU'I to It Block It. Cambridge La_.. !I the roan to IHO III.to II. IMI, both laeluabo.amotintln I subsequent..lei..>amltted oirtUlraue or ...together... axes with will all bo IL A. CAMERON I Homettead. (U)
... The to be I
Book to Fan torn
Plat old to the blihoil bidder ., the Court '
old an ......._ br Certificate No. IU1I t.Lot Plat II Book, Block 14.f Pan, Downer II The Palma tona Dl'.."b.1 MnoM In Miami, IM the 7th dar of June, hone 73 Homeateaw Florida TUTORING WANTED high,
of IMI sad repnoenta Uxea for the pooh loss, beginning at the hour of 10 o'clock (a2Sml9))
1WT to "". both ....1..1.., amountlog to ,Mid of 1B27 aro and evidenced kr Certificate "'.. IOUI m or .. aoon thereafter aa the some school and grade school rubJecU.Mr .
repreacnU toxca for the
$87.51. roan.1 I..., ba reached In duo eouneDated *. H. J Arnutrong A. B
Lola t to I, Block 11 Cambridge Lawat, u IMI both la.lu.lv., amounting to at Miami rknrlde. this the ITtk NOTICE OP APPLICATION rOB .
$0.66. TAX DkKDtkcpter
Plat Book 10, Para 4d. Tha tan to besold dar of Mar IN*. Plummer drive and Country
an ......... kr Certificate No. I1M9 I I. Jp:11t; I.PMC Downer Palma Dlv Ko i I I B. B. LEATHERMAN. ITIIT-Act. of IMI-A IKIMoriCK I road.
II. The 18 HEREBY GIVEN that H. Club
lanoi u b.
of 1121 and .......... toxea for the years Clerk: Circuit (Court
evidenced II. bolder. of and
both llMllMlve. amounting to ore kr Certificate Mo. 10lul I Brady state County Tax
lilT 1,1090. Dado .
i of IMT and npromu taxes for the roan County, rlorlda.IIC.I Certificate Ma IUM blued see ?tk dar of
124 II Block 11. Cambridge' L.wn.. I I Ml to .. both .lr.olu.lv., amounting to I II Court Brail) A D lull, bas filed nr
Lou 4 to II Ur 'NO. FENNO, D. 0. :;'r- Io"I
.. 18.04. and kai made PI a tax Buy Home
.. to a
Y tai Book..14.05.4 br Certltklooate No. lUll I said tax "rtlfl..,. tonther with all I I Publish Mar It. 14 : June I. I0&NOTICE I deed to ka issued Ih_.. Bald CortlflcaMmbr.ro.
subsequent omitted levied. taxes will koMM the loll./or described
fen the or property Grove Land
and repreeenu Uxea pen Buy
to the hlahMt bidder at the Court In tha County of Dado, gifts of Florida,
IMT to both lnclu.lv., ._.11.. to .
I I Application No. J
III..... I House I. Miami. an tko tb dar af J..., Notfc It hereby glv that K. M. ILATTIHY 10-Ut'll. Buy Glade LandIt
Lou I to 14. Block It, Cambridge Awns, 1939. nnlni at hour 01 10 o'clock ,' baa filed. with written .I Block I. aerontoentk
Plat Book to. Pan 4'. Tha u..a M ke 'I&. m., o M aMaj .thereafter as the name that the tax a.rtlflcawa together with request all Manor, a luMn. Plat Book 1*. Pan II. I* U my firm belief that Ugh.
Certificate No tlllt ar ka reached In khe County of Dado Mon of FIor'''. I
old are ovldenced br .fi.ia.:: .Doeeoueat omlttod or .Mvwd tea e. In""" -
Uxea for the ,... Dated aI Maml. ... the ITth .. The acoMoment of laid pronertr under er prices an Imminent.Don't .
of IMI and repreeenta Ing the roar IMI held or tha State ad.
liar of may. lose.L the sold, cenlfloato Issued. in tha
IMT M |Mt. both 1..1..,.., amounting I I vortleed and cold to too basest bidder lorcaih 1 waa n.roeof
B. LEATHFRMAN, i Unknown. I Illnleea quibble about prI.,..
.U. i n. provided br Chapter: 1KCM. of the .
Clerk Circuit Court said ecrtlfluU Ihall ka radremedarcorrjlna
Lola II to II, Block 11, C.mbrldn Lawna.rial 197 Acu of the Legblntur.. upon the following Don't wait
..al alLt. <>". VIurIcI. to la*, pmuertr dearrlbed ,
The taxes to
Book W. Pan 41. .11 f-taC described real .
a uu In the Loony -t"
Circuit. > i
sold ara evidenced kr Certificate No < r. I of Dad. But of Ignition, towltiE thard..Ill b. aid to : klihcu binder at Buy Bow.
Br JNO rOTOO, D. C. the Court homes door the lint Mondar'!
foe the ,...
., tat
less and represents W Lot t. block I The
Green Acre.
IMT to lilt both iMlutlva amounting b Publish Mar II. 14. June t, I.... I taxes to ke told an eeldeaeee, or Caniri- In the month of Julv, 109, which I. the I You'll thank me for this nglutlon -

114T It. ,cato. No. HIT of 1M4 and .........11 axes Ird dar of July 1 .'I Ie to. Block 1s. Cambridge La..na.PI. NOTICE OP APPLICATION FOB I for the rean IMI to IMI both inclusive, Dated 1h1ot.'l. dar of M.r 1011. .
., bank 10. P... ... The ta... 'n be TAX DEED. Flu Illll amounting u ...... LEATHLRMAN, I II. A. Cameron
Mid. are evidenced kr Certificate No. 11817 Notice b kereor glvoa that Mn. Cl.dr. said Ux certltlcatca anther with all I Clark of Circuit Court
of Iris and movements UIM for see year Gore holder M assigned of EvergUdcaDnlnan 1 subsequent emitted or varied taxes will b* Dade County FLrlde.ICireaft I I
1M7 M IMt both Inclusive, amounting to Dl.trtct Tax Cartlflcau I Num. old klghott bidder at the Court Court oVe.llBr '
bored 7441, dated the let dar of Augivt,I 'In't : C. aTERRETT t> ( .
.mil. I Houoa MlaaU oa the Ilk dar of June, : ,
Lou 1 to .. block U. Cambridge Lens I A. D. I.n. has filed. sold Certificate In mr i 1M beginning at the hour ol 10 clock I Mar II. ; Jaaa t. >. lllli

Put. Book to. Fan 41 The ta.. to ko office, and ban made application for tax,I.' m, eras eooo thereafter aa Ik* some
Mid ara evidenced or Certificate, No. 118211af deed to bout thereoo. In oeeordanetf with'may ka due eouroe. NOTICE OP APPLICATION FOB
IMI and represents taiaa for the years law laid Certificate ombracea the follow.I', Dated r't Iorw.. the 17th TAX DEED Used Cars '
1M7 to lose both ,..1..1,., promoting toISC Ing deerribed proportr, situated. la Dada Or of Mar, IMI.C. Ckaptor IT4I7-Ada of IMI-A IMI i
.Ik. County, Florida to-wit I B, LEATHERMAN. NOTICE II HEREBY GIVEN that Mal
..... I to It, Black I*, c...._ Lawaa, Lou U a II. Block I. Hialeah. Park, Plat. Clark Circuit Court.Dada coin atricklaad bolder of State and County
plot Book 10. Pan ... The axes to koaold Book 10, Pan tl, In the County of Bade, County, Florida. Tan Certificate No. MM waned the tat dar
sew orMoaeod kr Certificate No. MISS BUM of Florida. (Circuit. Coon Sews I of August A. D. IMT kai filed eama In IMT, ...11.. ...... Tcurlna ftv

., IMI and rap.....IAI taxes for tha raan1HT The assessment of sold aropertr under -y JNO. FENNO D. Co mr ofrioa sad him made application for a deal teed paint aloaclaoldei $575
to IMI, both 1..1..1... amounting M the Certificate laned wa. In the name of publish Map It Ml Juao t, IMP. taa dad to ka issued thereoa Bald Car.tlfkate radio .. ..
11'.11. Unknown Unless sold Certlfbeto .hall kand ambracea, the following deocrlkedpropertr
Lota' CimbrldnLawn. ...... according to law, deed la the of sate ofllorlde
M to M, Block 14. tax will NOTICE OP APPLICATION' FOE TAX: Count Dado loll
., Plat Book M, Pan .,. The taxes issue take... .. the 7th dar of June, A. D. DKKD. Hit No. Illll- ...wit i r-::: Bdenl $4.15
to ko MM ... avlovnrod kr Cart"...... No. 1111. NOTICE Id HEHhBY UIVcNhot H.len tot 1. Block I. Morn Hill a lukda. 1
HIM .. lots and ropraamta taxes for thanan Date this M dar of II.,. A. D. 111.C. aVhlveta, kolder a. amlgneoof City of South I I Plat Book II, Pan 4. la Uw County at
IMT to IMI both Inilualvo, amounthv B LEATHERMAN. Miami Tax Certificate Numbend III and Dada state of Florida. 10BaI.b C.al
u III.... Clerk of Circuit Court. $*, dated the let day of July A. D. IMI, The assessment of Mid property ander 4 sew := ..._. $300
Late 1 to 10, Block IT Cambridge Lawna. Dada Countr, Florid. haa filed Mid. Certificate. In mr offlca, aadka. the Mid certificate blued was. In the same ,I
Plat Book '11. Pan ... The ta..a to b. (Circuit Court Brail ., nude application, fur Ux deed U issue I all Unknown. 1 1VnUa l
sold are ......n.... or Cortlflcau No tltll 0, N. C. ITERRETT: D. 0 thereon la accordance with law. aid Left Mid certificate .hall ba redeemed I Iaceordlnv loss Ford MOM modest
of 1121 and represents taxes for tha loon (Mar 5. U. II. Mi June I. IMII i, Oriented embrace the. following deacrlbedpropenr described |i excellent meckaalcal 4tOft/i
to IMI, both lnclu.lv.. ."", .,tn. to I ., Mtuatod .. Dada eou..., Honda, therein lIr, .:-:1: : bldoer at I shop ...

NOTICE OP BALI OP TAX CERTIFY 9o-w/ti the Court houoi door oa the tint Monday i

tiM' n to 24. Block 17. Cambridge CATE Application No. 44M .I..1 I Lot It. Riviera 'PI_ M the City of M the month of July, IMI. which la the I' Belch. Moor tearing ....
.., Plat' Book tO. Pan I*. The to..a Notice k her.hr given that The .... loutk Miami County of Undo state of Florida Ird dar of July. 1IMDated excellent |
.to ba now an evidenced br Cortlflcau No Company h.. filed wltk me written request .. same..... M CwtilMato Na ltd this ITIk dar of M... IMI. .L..I. :"./. $325
JlMII: of IMI and repreornu ...eJ for the thai the Ul eortlfhiatca tonther with .Ul I 1... ieeem.nt of MM property nodes the L .. LEATHERMAN. bargain) -
? rean lit, to IMI both inclusive. !mans- subsequent omitted" or levied. Mica IncludIng aid Cntlflcate Issued was M toe boxes of tbnk of ClMUll Court.Dada I
I ing to 110. the roar IMI, bold br the Sate be |I Unknown Ceunt Florida.CbeuH 1957 Feeling Ml"
tl> Leu I to IT, Block II. Cambrld Law", versions and mid to the hnheet htddor Lot 11 Rlvlern Plans In the City of ( Court Peal) vary seen .. $595
"Pat, Book to, Pan II. TIle teiet to ke sash at provided br Chapter 182M of the t South Miami County of Dado, lute W Br N. C. aTERRITT D. C
} old an avldencod br CortlflroW No. 111} IMT Arts of the LegleloUin anon the following Florida, aa embraced la Cortlfteato No Ml.Tha (liar II. H. June t. I, IMI
**f lots and reprca.au axes for the roanMMT _had real caUto la the County sss .._I ., raid property under the I
to IMI both .. .. .., mountlag tofr af Dodo ",... of Florida ..-.It I saw tents.... bawd van M the "MO of lilt, beginning ., the hour off ".-.task i PRESTON B. BIRD
.,..... Let I, Block 1. Wc.td.lo and .... Pint I Unknown a. M., or oa soon thereafter aa tha eam .'
Loll I to 10, Black II. Cambridge La..... Book 11. Pan M. The Uxoa to ... lAW .nevidenced Unless saw Certificates shall ka gds... mar ka reached la dM eoarae. I MOTOR CO.
Plot Book to. Pan 41. Tko taxes to ... kr CortII..... No. 11011 ., IMT orordlng to law, tax deed will bon thcro.ea I Dated at Ml.ml, Florida, the the IDtk
are evidenced br Certificate N.. HIM and rcpreaenta taxes for the rean 1111 to oa the lath dar ., Jon A. D. IM*. day ., II.,. I....
Iris and reprooenM taxes for tha roan 1911. both t..I...... amounting u M* 10 Dated this Ilk dar of May, A. D. IMP.E. a. CATRCIIMAN.: j OPPOSITE TAG AGENCY
t- to loll both IncliHlve. amounting M Let .. Block T. lot Addn. to Forest fork.' B LEATMLKMAM I& Clerk Circuit Chart s
.". Plat. Book I. Pan I. I Formertr known. .. Clerk of Clreult kart Dada County, PEONS II BOMEITtAD FLA.
I to 14 Buck to. CambrMn tawna 'P.. American School Tract I. The taxis Dada eou..,. Florida.Circuit (ClrnH Court Brail
Plot Book 10: Pan 41. Tko seae to ke to ka sold an evidenced kr Certificate No. ( : Court (call I Br JNO o. D. a I
now ore evidenced br Certificate "'.. IIU4 HIM of leas and represents team for. the Br N. C. fTERRETT D 0. Publish Mar U. 1*. 14. ::, I
of IMI and repneenta toxot for the reanIMT room IMI to IMI both Incrualve amountlag Mar II. II. Ml Juno t, *. IUI
to IN*, both ........* amounting toF M MT'71.
IZ Bald ui aartlffeataa free bar wftk all I NOTICE OP IALI OP TAX: CERTIFICATE
U111 to *, Block M, Cameras La.... cuh.MU.ot emitted or levied Uxol will ke *. Application ..... 4TMNotloa .
Plat Book M, Pan 4*. Tko Una to ke old to the hhikoH bidder at the Court 1 a korekr areen that J. E. Campbill. -
Certificate Mo. tllll Howe hi Miami, on this Ith dar of Juaa. I Anal of the Owner,.kaa Mini wttaaw
IMI and ropreoenoi taxes for the roan IMI begianlng ., tko bow of I* 0....... written ..._ the tka tax Certificates EDWARD STILINGReal

7:- IM*. both iBclwlvo, amounting M a. a, or aa how thereafter at Uw name together with all .._..., ..._ or
ij'-. nor ba reached hi due aonncDated levied tonea lawludla the roar IrM bold
roved 1' M I. BInrV rt, Cambridge at Miami, Florida thin the ITtk hr the mate ba adverted and laid u the I
.... Put Book JO. Pats ... The sees dar of Mar IMIK. I klrko blddet for cash aa provided kr ,
to be sold an evidenced kr Certificate No.' B. tEATHFBMAN, Chapter 151v6, of the. too t Acto of the LoMature I General Insurance
IIMI of IMI and repnoanu Uiea for she Cloth Crmit Court, upon tke following doaerlbed naleiuto I I' -
''r.lr.'f IMI, both -....., .-..- Dad. C....,'. Florida.Clraalt In too Coutt ., Dada State at FleeMa. -
: ( Court (call lowlt.Lot :
i Lto I and t. Block It, Cemkridar By lHO. PENNO D. C. I, Block I., PuMkunl. Tha tone to\
Lawn, PUt Bonk M. Pin 44. The team PoAllak Mar I" 1 Jose L IN'. .be new are .._ fcr OartUloato Mo. NOTARY PUBLIC
'to ...w a.. .. Certifiable Non legal ., IMT and repreooato taaea for the
mist .t 7pl1, ,nit ft".rmeby a tngn for the MOTICBT roan IMI to IMI. bolo lulu...., aodIMI. I
1", to 1"6 both ad.fvo, _n.. Whom M Mar Coaccrai Tkht r to amoantiap to ....., .
PEI SISAL new aotlea that front thin date forth I sew tax anthers tablehop wills all 1 Cora Palm A"e. and Are. B Florida City Fla.

4 so 14. Work :, Conalividgm will not W responsible for anr etakH aa'rrj.pEcrBA luhenuant emitted or levied toaoa will to
Lana. Plat Soak 0. Pat. L The tastes part shoe -- old to the Working bidder M taw Violin
1 Jto ka bell ar. ../dewed lor Carltflotote MaI m. Jyue.J. Miami, op._ tko Hal day al Mar I
I } !W* of ins had afrwena ton $br am Mar I* Of

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j Pan Twelve is Gr THE LEADER-ENTERP1WSB Friday May 26 1939
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Ii I HINTS TO HOUSEWIVES' -' I 'ilitlIIlil1III401IE1iiiIlII!! !!{ !! !!!! IHUlltlllllgaIIIiIIli

\\ ;. .Tat/
emus JUICE IN BAKING Orange, Bread'
"ar Ada h'
For flavor that will appeal to Requirement l: 2 cup flour, I
everyone, koine-makeri may well teaspoon % teaspoon salt U GET HOME FROM/ SCHOOL TASK-HAVIM6 SOMETHING THEY HAVE SUU4 A VARIETY-
cup sugar, 1 egg, well-beaten % THEY ALWAYS WANT SWlt ON MAN/ fOR THEM
UM cltnu juices In baking. Here QYAIITY FOODS
cup trained orange juice, 2 tablespoons THING TO MT.' ___ THE TIMC/ THAI 4 JUST tOVt 70CO
art some suggestions Along this lemon juice, 1 teaspoon SO 00 THtKECUMWUIK /
; line: grated orange rind, V, teaspoon MINE ITI FUN UTTING
( Quick Boils grated lemon rind, and Vt cup THINKS THAT ARC'PlFftRW T,
J RtqulrerncnU., l: 2 cups flour, W melted ahortenlng. :a TO
teaspoon baking soda, % cup grape Sift and measure flour Sift a 5ainr: sumtse MINC i '
again with baking soda salt and I WITH f
fruit juice tt teaspoon salt, H teaspoon '
gods 2 tablespoon shortening sugar Combine well-beaten eggs, 4r
and melted butter. orange 'juice, lemon Juice. grated
I rind and melted shortening. Add
Sift, then measure flour. Sin
again wit lithe baking Soda and J t9 dry Ingredient l, stirring until ar!
aalt Cut or rub In shorteninguntil well mixed. Turn Into a mall R/iet/
bread tin, lined with greased wax
It I I. fine
ai a* coarse ai cornmeaL IBS
Add enough fruit Juice to paper. Cover and let stand 20
make stiff minute Bake In moderate eves .
; a dough. Turn onto a MIN
t. floured board and knead for two one hour.
Likewise, loaf cake Is
or three minute, then toil to Vt orange

Inch Inch cutter thickness well and floured.cut with Fold two In deliciously yellow crumb tender and with a rich a delightful brown- 3)))>> ON WOMAN TftLS AlVOWiEREED 044

nut The cake may be md iA
half, pressing edges firmly to-
gether. Place lightly apart on two-eight-inch layer No. 1 U, S. Red Plies

greased pan. Brush with melted 12e
butter, cover and let,itand 20 min- __ .
ute in warn place ,Bake in hot t1e loo FROSTED 'oO'1 ,
oven for 10 minute, then brush cked
again with melted butter and complete suGAR
baking 10 to IS minute. LEGAL NOTICE 19. 5 B>. bag - . 25C

I. more.Brush Sent with ,netted UnmeduiWy butter, mae )IOTICJ ,"1A N"J CATION) irolcteIu Salmon Steaks. 49c Chase & Sanborn D tejl

..,. I .. .
rf nil. Von A gate 1- -
\ 1'14IriU*I 0-: i cup BnadRequicameat flour, 14 ..Item NOTICE an" P'Ioh.IaI.: If BUCBy.....GIVEN. holders that.of. Slat..m4 WU-. jaIADSETE Pox COME .J Jb, w +,.r .."r 221
t' teaspoon baking soda I teaspoon ."" .County........ :Taw 1M Jot C.sU day of A.lie.....tlq.. A.and I). SCALLOPS.41c
Malt, m cups corn meal, I egg INI. b... filed __ In _r offleo, and haw Greenwich Ion
1IP1"'n for
> tu deed to be .
I% cups grapefruit juice, and 3 throve laid Ca.utwh..sobs.s [ .. ....""" e JUltDUn LB. Pure Preserves 21b. 35
tablespoons ahortenlng. wine d..erlbed. ", in the O.wt p of I of Sole. jar .
= Filet
Ud *ut* oc in-wit 39c
Sift, then measure the flour. Sift Lai IS, BloodBook < ,,Ride.wa, a sabdn. Slat ,
again with baking soda, salt and 11, Pin !. in th. County of .Sad.. '
corn meaL Combine BUM of .....141.. .. _........ In CortlflraU i BUDSEYI: BOX MAYONNAISE
well-beaten .....
No. "* The of 15C
niml MM proport* 8
eggs, grapefruit and melted ahortenlng. under tho maid CortldcM )iMtMd ".. U UMuim Shelled Limas 31c9IRDSEYG oz. jar '
of Unknowl
Add liquid ingredient to
Lot 14, Block I. RMwray Plat Book
dry Ingredient, stirring until Pin tO. In the County of 0...., 8uu It of BOX Royal .g FKG8.
amooth. Turn into a well greased. TIc..seae Plorldi: M mbnn4> of old In C.rtUlo.u Property under No. ail UM Brussel :30c Gelatins and Desserts 14 c
pan 8 x 8 preferably. Bake J.DlOt Said ConlfMM.. ..Jwwd. wIn tk. BUM ofUnl u. .. Ii6J
( oven 29 to 30 minute U.kno"_ amid CmlfluU. ..
; If want bread Ihill .mkomMlMordliur ...
you a that will to taw the Property .rlbocI
stay moist for several days the tlwnl will .. sold to the hllhoit bidder >.ttho
Court 1 I 1
Han done MI tk tint Monday
orange bread given below. It II'' In the ojMMk ., June, lost, which II the e l
firm enough to slice thin Sth day of Juno. loss eI
paper OlUd .
this SP* dw of M r tM*
for sandwiches, yet the thick slices JC. K. J.EA1HKRMAM. =
II" make tempting toast Its delicate Clark of usherCourt,
: flavor adapt l Itself to a variety of (Gnus Court saw Dads.1 County, Flarldib
sandwich fillings. *, X C. aTEKRETT.. D. C.
(M.,t. II IS.SSI JuiMS. : I
IU"I I Groceries With 1v A Reputation

Persian Lime and E Sm..Size3for25c LK. .Biz -

i Dreft' 21c 80 3IA 3ALE

Avocado Growers- a '

No. % ,cans

| Grapefruit Juice, 4 for frf' 25c 4 for

]5c aaR
3 Golden Ripe Heavy Western

We are now stocking 1 BANANAS I CHUCK ,ROAST

a full line of 1 t
I 3lbs. 10e ib. .a. 27C
ease .Soon eatY teo am I.
=s Finest PAL QUVErSOAPAall

QUARTERBOXESAND I 1 ROLL BUTTER, lb. . 29C Fort LID enorw Sins'.

I 3fcrl7cj

I Fancy IcebergLETTUCE Boned and Rolled


hds.17e 29c O A
LUGS 2 lb. ,,,, p uw awes.
pkg. 19ti
f + Cold CoinSLICED

l BACON, lb. . 25 c i

boxes Fresh Picked ][Libby'
are made from cylinder

craft paper which 1 18 considered the String Beans I CORN-BEEF U 3 for

.. best material to make this kind of a 21bs. .13c can .17c 13cr

box. We invite you to call and Jook

f these packages over and to get our SMOKED BACON, lb. 21swift's C

prices DO them. We also carry ourusual Tofl E for

S ; line of wood containers that PURE LARD, 1.. Age J. 10c
will meet your every need. 9W IS aFRnN1LiN's'I


The Kilgore See Co.


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