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

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XXVII-NO. 22 HOMESTEAD, l




I LITTLE HOPE FOR A AVOCADO BILL I






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DIAMONDBALL Recreation Projects Outstanding in List
ADJOURNMENT TONIGHT TO

I Of Year's Achievements by Local P.T.!.


GAMES BEGINMONDAYNIGHT At a "looking backward and Bird, second vice-president; Mn. SPELL DOM OF MEASURE IN
forward" program of the Home- Geo. D. Ruehle, secretary; and
tead Parent-Teacher Association Mn. W. E. Rheney, treasurer All
Friday evening, committee chair- are nevr except the treasurer who
men and Mn. Ben Archer, retiring ha served during the past year HOUSE OVERSTREET FEARS
president, old of the achievements Among the P. T. A.'. achievements *I ,
of the :year and W. It. Bird, Incoming this year were listed the --
Call Issued for president: spoke briefly of the following t
RallyIng Pawed In Senate 29 to 1.Can't ,
I IMra. TilE WEATHER
future. L It cared for recreation need
Players to Report for Walter Beckham of Miami I by installing full wt of playground 0I1kW _.... "P"t 01 Ch ....--1 \ Get on Special
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Assignments third vice-president of the Florida equipment; getting the 1:1.n._.' H Fl-rile. Order CalendarREDISTRfcrTNG

Congress of Parents and Teachers, county school board to finance the Daft I :../MI.. I ....T.i ;.:;;
FOUR TEAMS TO PLAY installed the officers: Mr. Bird, resurfacing of the playground by: MaiU. .... : 7 86- -78 W.0( rOi; BILL

SUMMER SCHEDULE president; Mrs M. F. White, first the county commissioners; gettingthe May 27 __.... I, as 'r2 30.13 DIES IN COMMITTEE
vice-president Mrs. Preston B. board to Install a solar water May 28 .. Tl ,
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heater In the gymnasium fitting .. .08
211 TI ,30.08
South Miami-Horne Co. May Be Considered
up an outdoor basketball court Cannot Possibly
PRITCHETT RITES 30 17 13 10.03
Brooker and Perrine in and contributing:: $29: to the bu May May 11 .m 87 f5 !211.88 .11 Before End
First MatchesA k tball team; equipping! a game June 1 I 1:1: 30.02 of Session
HELD AS DEATH room and giving school parties;
and sponsoring! highly
rallying calt to dlarmmdbaU a success.fut There I II little chance that the
WPA community: music Institute -
player for the purpose of completing -I SIFT CONTINUES LOCAL VETERANS avocado bill passed by the serial

the tootert the two Homestead I 2. It continued the visual edu- {(last Friday can be brought before

teams In the 1939 diamond-I : cation program begun last year. PLAN DEDICATIONOF I Ithe house of representatives before -
ball league has been issued by officials Funeral services for Thomas) A. Educational: sound film were pro. adjournment of the legislature -
Pritchett, 48, Homestead, who was vided for every class in both the 1
: of the league. scalded fatally were held at the elementary and the high schools NEW COLORS tonight

Players are urged to be at the grave in Palm Cemetery Naranja, A classroom was fitted up for pro. t Representative H. Ernest Over

municipal ball park Monday night at 4 o'clock Tuesday afternoon Section work so that showing In ,street, In l telegram to the Leader-
when the opening cam of the .**. under direction of She Turner the auditorium I Ja no longer nects. Score el Leglonnairei from Enterprise last night, stated he will

con will be played. From those Funeral Home sary. The 1132.4 borrowed from Miami and South Dade County are attempt to bring the avocado bill
The manner in which Mr. PrIt- the cafeteria fund last year when on the floor of the house Loony,
reporting will be selected playerfto chett expected to attend the dedication up
received his Injuries hat
not
the projector was purchased, has but he 1* doubtful of success because -
ceremonies for the colors of
represent team sponsored by been determined. He found new
was been repaid. Robert Hester, motion
this move require unanimous -
John G. Salley Post No. 43, American -
the Brooker Lumber Company and in a seml-consclout condition a picture chairman, has taught consent
the W. D. Home Co. Inc. week ago on the Cape Sable road (Continued on Page Nine) Legion to be held Wednesday The county redistricting bill
night in Legion Park.
by big roommate in Homestead
W. T. McConnell still I t. In committee and cannot
secretary of R. E. Roberta. Roberta administered Veterans from Miami will arriveIn
the league, Mid work of electing flnt aid to the victim and a body and with them will come possibly be considered today,
DATE SET Representative Overttreet reported.
member of the two teams progressed then took him to the Kendall TRIAL the champion Legion drum and
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hoa-I The bill wa recommitted te> the
The will sad
bugle
pital, where he died SaturdayMr. corps corps
(o slowly that it wa de- committee on motion of Wllllum
Pritchett told Roberts and a parade preceding the ceremoniesand
cided to obtain players from those Constable George Hardie that he,I FOR TWO HELD IN later will drill and play at the J. Ray chairman of the committeeon

who attended! the opening game. fell Into a tub of boiling water.but park. census and apportionment following -

In the opener, South Miami will was reluctant to amplify this statement GROCER SLAYING Richard Evans, past national his receipt of many telegrams -

be matched against 'Home and Two;yean ago Mr. Pritchett I chaplain of the Society of Forty of protest from individuals.
Homestead.The
I and organizations in
Brooker was given a suspended sentence ona and Eight will deliver the prin-
against Perrine Mayor federal liquor charge Constable Trial of Mn. Frances Browning cipal address The address of welcome ; house rules committee twice

Tom Harris will toll out the frat! Hardie and Stuart K. Smith, Investigator I of Perrine and Gut Harris of Arcadia will be given by Mayer Tom I has denied his attempts to place
ball. Harris. N the avocado bill on the special
for the state attorney'soffice i charged with first .
II degree order calendar, Repr.aenIllUv..ald.
Double-header garnet will be are Investigating the theory Dedication of the new flags will
played two nights week I murder In connection with the (Continued on Page Three) Overttreet .
a throughout that the victim fell into a vat of:
the season, F. D. :Mock press U J hot water while operating a moonshine t I death of the woman'*; husband, The avocado bill wa sent to
dent of the !league, aid. ttlll. 'Frank Browning grocer, hat been Recipient of First the house Monday from the senate
set where, on motion of Ben Ernest
tentatively for June 13 in the
circuit court. Diploma Here Seen I (Continued on Page Three)

Dodge City Rotarians Exchange I I Browning waR slain December Daughter GraduateMrs.
30, 1937. Mn.
I Letters, Products With Local Club I i Harris disappeared Browning soon after and Fred Redd who In If IT WORK\ ON NEW\

ward and a search was started for constituted the first graduating -
: them. They were arrested a week claw of Homestead High
Members of the Homestead'Rot--rh."ldea for the "intercity"meeting I ago In Mexico and returned to School was present at commencement I MUNICIPAL PARK

ary Club were recipients of gifts, originated several months Miami exercise Tuesday

felicitations and Informative letters ago, after a national Retary officer William Harris, brother of QUI, night to see one at her twodaughters IS I NEARING END
the Kan.. I whose home is in Dodge City. probably will be a key witness Miss AaaabellRedd
from Dodge City Rotary
visited Florida and Homestead I (Continued on Page Three) receive a dliteasa M ale
Club Wednesday noon when they of the 17 member of the else Homestead' new $38.000 10-acr

held an 'inttr-clty" meeting with Two World's Fairs Canada I of 1930. municipal park, a WPA project,
that club. MexicoIn At the time W her gradoWon. *- will be thrown open to the public

Each Homestead Rote received a Store for Mrs. Redd was Mia soon.
Nine Local
sack of Oil Homestead brand Boy SingersBecause I Oihella Fwh. daughter of At present an area U being ele-
Mr. and Mrs. Charles T.
five Inches of muck to
vated with
flour, manufactured at Dodge City, make I .... Sr. Charles M. Fisher,
and is booklet containing the history they can sing a little i the tour are Joseph Conner be used for croquet, hon shoe
of the city. President W. M. better than the average and have I Ia !l I I Henry Dodson. Lonnie Horne and later Dade of County Instruction superintendent -, and clock golf courses, ..nd4.

Fifield received a statue of a cow. flair for adventure nine boys of I George and Jack Rucker of Homestead -I publle of the Home rock tables and benches for pi
principal
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boy and Roy Chandler received a Homestead and vicinity soon wnl; ; John McLaughlin of Prince.' stead school at the time the nickers are being constructed The
start on f trip of aproxlmately 'I tables are being made of native
statue >>t a buffalo. (Continued on Peg Three) lone diploma presented.
was
Letters from the Dodge City 10,000 miles which will take themto I rock and cement. They will be
Rotary Club and Chamber of Com- the World's Fair at New York shaded by coconut palm Au.fr il-

merce described the physical and I and the Golden Gate Exposition at Girl Scout Dramatizations Show Ian 'pine, rubber and mahoganytrees
commercial aspects of the city i San Francisco and all the points .. whclh are now being planted.

The letters were accompanied by i worth visiting In between. In addition Interesting Points in District i i The ball field, designed for both
some pictures oi doubtful authen- they may make short excunlont dUmondbsll and baseball K laid
showed I Into Canada and Mexico. to be one of the finest In southern
ticity, one of which an ear
of corn reclining the full length The :youth an member of the Dramatization depicting (Betty Stillman and Dora Florid a. Approximately 3,000
of a railroad flat car. Crusade Union Boy Singers, a four local points interest ) who are expressing regret cubic yards of marl and top dressing r
The Dodge City Rotes' expression state-wide organization of approximately ed a novel and they had not gone to Cali of 300 yard of sand went Into
cf good will followed that of one thousand :young sing- gram at the Homestead but had come to this district its composition. It It being improved -
the Homestead Rote when they I en and musicians. C. U B. S court of award Wednesday \,, they said lacks point of further by a drainage ditch
tacks "' :i h:''''r western brothers in was organized several month ago noon on the lawn of the d"t A Girl Scout (Margaret almost surrounding it '
and rwn' of limes and nvo- by the Dr H. X. K. Whitney 'It''the scout captain. Mm ,) offm to show them The work begun hut O 'nfis "
sent fe it's: literature on the :Minim I .i tired minister astir; I 11." Skill and take thorn t I at to Mon- in the rhaige ot F.et' B< .
Redland Olitrl' 11,,d H ,IT- ',. I h i-t l rig ,xperienc In organizing'! The plot open mIth' ti r i Jungle I I project engineer mill Frrd F "
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time '<" h!: 1'M ,1 cu "v .ng to"* ,,
day limn UJ* vtclnlt who Will, ;.au.tt Rc.u1."Uoft, lad .' (Q1.d M: rr.; ne) \ r I.. l' I IUf

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Paee-Two . THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday June 2. 1939

Ardel Parman, Doris Ada Dodson celved one for scholarship; Wll- 1.)'
THREE TROOPS Memory of World War Horrors'THeld and Elizabeth Peterson. j(lIam I McMichael, one for student S
I music activities and Charles Little, J
1 The award for the beat ; one
SCOUTS Factor to Assure Long Peace Period notebook was presented to Belle- 1 tor athletics.
OF GIRL gen Bullard sad honorable men-
to Anne Rhencv. Sunday Schooll'upilsAwarded
tion given
Ai long M then are men In In order to "show hie that the I was
and Doris Ada Dod- Camping TripsA
HERE HELD NEEDThe I Europe who remember the horrors placing of a health unit in Dade Ardel Parman

and disaster of the World War County; would serve more persons son.The award for the room in theelementary trip to the Episcopal diocesan
there will be no major conflict Involving and bring about a better health school having the most camp at Trout Lake, near Avon
need of two more girl scout: countries of that continent, stimulation, as well as reduce the stars music, this year wentto Park, is the reward of Frank
and If does come it will not expense and work now being. done gold In
troop In Homestead was stressed I war Mrs. B. G. Dye's fourth grade, Hausman and Vara Rheney for
break forts until 1982. declaredDr. by the county hospital and county being the best pupils in the Sun-
by Mr*. Bruce Mcintosh, skipper which had won 30. Mrs. EdnaBird'
R. A. Wllllami gf Miami an home"Mr. day school of St. John' Episcopal
of Julie Low Region, Girl Scoutsof I fifth grade room ranked
address to the Redland District Chandler wrote that he I Church. The contest started a
America in I talk before th,I Lions Club Tuesday night wanted convincing I proof that If the next with 29.Redland month ago the wlneer to be

Homestead Rotary Club Wednesday "The martial threat of Hitler county expended $19,000 in Awards determined by attendance, service
noon. and Mussolini art pure bluff," laid lishing a health unit, eatab-I High Interest in study and conduct.
"The girl should be divided Into I Dr. William "They dare not being. sponsored by the Lions I Medals to Graduates The result of the contest was a
start a war because they know the the expenses at the tie and the woman's auxiliary of .
according to Mrs. McIntosh At Redland High School' com-
troop age pital could be reduced.
people will not atand for It and the church contributed money forth '
said. "There should be a I The club' president, George D. 'I mencement exercises Wednesday
will not back them up. Even Inhabitant expenses of one pupil so that '
troop for girl from 10 to 12 yean I of colonies annexed long Rueble, apolnted a committee evening six medals were awarded both could attend the camp. Frank
,old, another for girl 12 to 14 anda I before the World War by Germany composed of Joseph R. Hickson, by medal Principal for literary Carl Wagner.ability was A will leave Monday for Camp Ferry J" ,
Robert C. MacDonell and Jack
and would not hold at Trout Lake
Italy the boys' camp and
third for those from 14 to U. given to Miss Emily Engel; one
Peter to obtain information for
allegiance to the mother countries.Too Van will go to the girls' camp,
The Homestead troop is an exemplary ., Mr. Chandler. for scholarship to Miss Margaret
countries under dictators St. 10.
are Camp Mary: on July
group and U deservini: deteriorating slowly, while, the The club is making plans to hold Griffin; one for student activities, Hubert and Bobby Nichols will
of praise along. with Its) leader,, democracies are on the upgrade.For a Joint meeting with the Homestead I to Miss Alma Jane Llndgren; one attend the camp with Frank. They
for athletic, to Robert Ames; one
Instance, in H38 the bodily Rotary Club June U at the the with the
frl. Pearl Skill, the skipper Mid. Legion hallSTUDENTS for outstanding achievement in will make trip Rev. v',1,
weight of German soldiers dropped F. Blackford.
; R.
She urged the Rotaries to glvt citizenship, to Benjamin Benson;
IS per cent because of malnutrition Other who will go to the girls1
and for music ability; to Fred
more than their regular yearly one
and substitute diet. I Vihlen. camp are Anne Rheney and Bar
cash contribution to these scouts, In one sense, the World War WIN Others who deserve honorable bara Jean Waketield.
asserting that closer cooperationand I
was a tremendous success. Dr.
mention, he said, Miss Wilma
more moral support of the cluwould b'Williams Uld. Since 1918 no MUSICAWARDS ; the best are liked pupil Alice's Beauty Parlor
Landrum ;
Increase the troop' collective
and individual efficiency participation, I Norman Benson, president of the Will Have New Helper
Eighteen members of the Homestead student council; Edward Burr, outstanding -
Gen.v-si
Mrs. McIntosh Is 1>ead of girl I baa engaged In a major conflict,' school band were awarded contributor in various Miss rim of Miami,
scout<< work in an area composed: he said. licensed beautician, will assist
I band letters-white felt with a lines; and Miss Elizabeth Sage,
of Florida, Georgia and North and "Peace wet reign among the nations green lyre: -at the P. T. A. meeting attendance recorder. Miss Norma Gossman at Alice's
South Carolina. She was accom of Europe and America atleast Friday evening. Beauty Parlor in the McCrory Arcade r
panied by Mr. McIntosh, who ii Dr. said during the next two weeks,
until 1982. Williams II The awards, made by Mr* Margaret PRESENTS ATTENDANCE
president of the Miami BeachIota" I "This is an opinion at which I arrived Mills, director and music BOARD TO CHURCH SCHOOL the proprietor, Miss Alice Hobson
Club.AIthodists. after careful considerationof I supervisor,went to: Nina Bullard, announces. ,
predictions In the Bible and Virginia Dorae)', Athley Kemp, Theodore Knowles, a student of
t to Close calculations based on economic I Trances Rutland, Lucille West; Homestead High School, has presented A
Church Year SundayThe conditions." Henry Dodson, John Kuhn Harry the Sunday school of St.
Dr. Williams said he was suc- Martin Jack McMichael, Paul John's Episcopal Church with an Tropical Cafe
cesful In predicting the day month Rue, Bruce Scott, Hubert oak attendance board which he .
Homestead MethodistChurch !I and year of the ending of theo Charles Steffanl!, Carlton smlth'l constructed during his manual ,
I doors north of city hall
will close its church World War, while fighting in Billy Walton, John training claw periods at the school. a
Sunday with special sermon b)o France In lilt and that'** foretold .Howard West I The board la used to show current HOMESTEAD FLORIDA
the pastor at both services. the date of the start of the Grletje Terburg with a perfect records of the Sunday school and
The Florida annual conference I depresilon. I score captured for the second time I those of a year ago. Regular dinner ...... 50c i

will meet In Tampa, Thursday,, In a letter read at the Lions the prize offered by Mrs. Mill in Plate lunch ............ 35c
June 8. The pastor and Lloyd: meeting, Luther Chandler, member I II her annual music memory contestfor J MEDALS AWARDED '
Field, lay delegate from the local of the county budget committee the fifth and sixth grades. The Three medals were awarded at 't
I Miss Ruth Steffanl and !Mrs.
Congregation, will leave for th I requested that.the flub obtain I contest was held In the school',Homestead High School's commencement .
eat of th!'conference Wednesday"a report on health units operating auditorium Friday.Honorable I exercises Tuesday evening Florence Kercado Props.vvvvvvvvvvvvvvv
of next week. In 17 other counties in the state,: mention was given fA) Miss Madge Thompson re :j

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real estate owners in Homestead owing de- You will find in the Homestead Leader-Enterprise 'oj

state and county taxes are protected for of May 19, May 26 and June 2, and the Miami Post of

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

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

when the "bargain" payment provision expires, shall re- by redeeming these certificates. Arrangements may be

vert to the state. By Mr. Theodorus Bailey "Murphy- made at my office for redemption or sale of these certificates -, :

1 izing" taxes to protect his interest in property on which without incurring any additional cost. 'I

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

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 Mr. Bailey, with Bailey against property in the ctiy of Homestead. You

interest 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. 1


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FEDERAL HOME agent are booking them for appearances Poppy Sales Net $ 6.63 Grower two month ago arrived to .
DATE .
TRIAL
In the other cities. For Disabled Veterans assume his duties Tuesday.Mr. I
In starting their tour the boy
Plowatyl delay In taking
LOANS IN STATE will make a bee-line" for the (Continued from Page One) over the position was occ..loned'by
New York fair. They will stay claims Citizens of Homestead and other
aalnathe couple. He to injuries received In an automobile -
there a week, during which they have witnessed the fatal shooting.He sections of the Redland District accident near South Bend, I Ij
SHOW\ INCREASE will give several night concerts accompanied his brother, Mr*. gave a total of $48.89 last Satur- Ind. !,,
and take In the sight After Browning and Browning Into the day to aid the war heroes in military -j
Mr. plow 1* living
ty
"doing" New York, they will visit Everglade west of Miami where hospital of the country. At present
Washington June I.-More people Washington, D. C., and then head the two men were to fight a pistol The amount was raised In the in Miami He said he will ,make I II
are placing their savings In west They are expected to be In duel for the woman annual Poppy Day sponsored by definite plans for a home upon \
Federal savings and loan associations San Francisco in about month the Auxiliary of John O. Salley I the arrival of Mrs Piowaty in the I
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in Florida than ever before, after they leave Florida. During the ride Browning was, Post American Legion. Approximately near future.
according to official of the Federal -, shot and killed and his body 20 girl sold the red paper
During the month the
past boysof J JI
hurled into William
a !
Home Loan Bank board. swamp replicas of the flower of Flanders
Electrical
Miami and South Dade County $3,000 Shop
Harris said, and his brother
The number of such Investor Increased I field, made by the disabled war
i have been
from "displaying their wares" forced him to accompany them Being Built on Krome h
18,490
In April, 1938, veteran themselves.The .
before various church
congregations Into Mexico He said he escapedand I .
to 28,597 on Mar 1. this year. In honor of selling the most -
and club I
the 12 months, the amount of I I Miami. In between memberships times they In came back to Miami to tell poppies and collecting the most Construction of a concrete block
such savings rose from $13,189,890 have been practicing his story. I money went to Dorothy Kuhn of building on Krome avenue west I II
a year ago to $23,803,840 on May 1, Homestead. She will be rewarded of Fifth street to house the electrical
The C. U. B. S. Is
or $10,833,790. composed of with a gin from the Auxiliary. appliance room and service
All such savings are protected boys between 10 and 20 year old. LOCAL VETERANS I department of the Homestead Electrical !
to After qualifying for membership been started. The :
up $9,000 per investor by the Assumes Shop has
Federal Savings and Loan Insurance In the organization they were required (Continued from Page One Piowaty Post building on Krome avenue south 1
Corporation, a $118,000,000 to pay an initiation fee of With Avocado HouseCarl and 29 feet In width and wlU cost
Federal Government Instrumen $1 and pay due of 25c a week be In charge of the Legion guardof I 1$3,000 M. D. Jacobsen, proprietor
tallty. until the start of the trip. They honor, of which William J. Ge- Piowaty of Chicago, appointed 'aid yesterday. !
Charles a Turner secretary will not share In the proceeds of ronlmo.adjutant of the Homesteadpost i ales manager of the Florida I
treasurer of the First Federal their entertainments but their 1* a member. I Avocado and Persian Urn READ Till WANT ADS
Baring and Loan Associationof food and lodging wlU be furnished Invitation to attend the affair I
Homestead, said the organisation's The boy*' parent will be requiredto have been cent state and district I I II
recent report showed pay for the travelers' laundryand" Legion official and the general, I '
total assets of $4S,58U8. with furnish money for incidental public also ha been invited to at I
a total of $11.8.1.3. In cash en expense tend. The ceremonies I will start
s hand and In banks. Mr. Turner it 8 o'clock. Local Legionnaires ;
pointed out that money will report at Legion hall at 7
Invested with the loan association LITTLE HOPEContinued o'clock.Examination. I
Is loaned la Homesteadand
the surrounding territoryand Slated I FACTS
aide In ( from Page One)
promoting the welfare
and prosperity of the R. Graham, it was passed 29 to 1.Senator 'I For Conservation Post :
community. Pat Whitaker of Tamoa
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During April, the 48 associations cast the vote against It. Local aspirant for the position
in Florida made 313 Probably the principal opponentof of performance reporter for soil
loans on hornet totaling 1238000. the avocado bill Is Representative conservation work will submit to FAVOR
Ai of May 1, the aggregate amount E. P. Martin of Hlllsborough an examination to be held Tuesday
of "direct reduction" loan on the Count He has been accused of In the office of C. H. Steffan
books of these institutions was "grossly maliciously misrepresenting" county agricultural I
n't.'LMr.
$34,552,000. A "direct reduction"loan the meausre, particularly i in Steffanl will conduct the I
is one which decreases with letter to fruit growers. The work of the reporters consists -
each monthly payment The Florida Avocado Association of checking and Inve.lliat-I FORD
Cities in which federal associations sponsor of the bill, holds that ing the land of farmers, dairymen
in Florida are located are: the law would not prevent Cubafrom and fruit growers who have applied -
Barlow, Belle Glade Bradenton shipping fruit to Florida, butIt : for cash benefit under the
Clearwater C It wilt 0 n, Coral does attempt to standardize a conservation program of the
Gables, Daytona Beach DeLand, grade and pack of all sections I United States department of ag
Eustl, Fernandlna Fort Lauderdale which ship avocados, thus giving, riculture.
Fort Myers, Fort Pierce each shipper an even chance. The
Gainesville, Hollywood Homestead bill would not materially raise the NEGROES FIGHT ON KROME
Jacksonville, Kisslmmee cost of avocados but materiallywould Two negroes chose Krome avenue 1 The 1939 Ford V-81* a beautiful, modern .

Lake City, Lake Wales, Lake increase the quality of the near Flagler avenue, Saturday motor car. Its 85-horaepower engine gives
Worth, Lakeland, Lecsburg, Marl- fruit. afternoon to settle an argument -: ,
nna, Miami Miami Beach New Growers of this section began a over a 15e gambling debt you economical, well-balanced performance
Smyrna Ocala, Orlando Palatka, concerted fight for the bill last The mutt: Charles Davis, 28, I* over the entire speed range and the 60-
Panama City Punta Gorda, St. March when they held a mass In the Kendall hospital with knife I even economical.
horsepower engine more
Petersburg, Sanford, Sarasota, Tallahassee I meeting at which Representative wounds on the body and an almost ,
Tampa, Tavares. Vero George Holt and Overstreet and severed nose, and J. R. Ware, '30
Beach. West Palm Beach Winter 'Senator Graham discussed the Is in Jail on a cutting charge 2 The structural strength of the Ford car-

Haven and Winter Park. proposed measure. Each of the i frame, bracing axle, body -make not only

lawmakers promised to support the for ...Ieii but durability and
life.
bill and to co-operate with the EXPERT RADIOREPAIRING long
2 WORLD'S
FAIRSContinued growers in other matters pertaining
to South Dade County. :J Ford hydraulic brake are exceptionally

( from Page One) large and 'h'GDln proportion to ear weight.
ton; and Willard Norman John MI Girls! and Leaders Prompt service on all) I

land.Landrum and Lee Gladdin of Red- Leave for Short Course makes specializing on 4 The Ford
The tour will start June 17 and I automobile radios riding. Its cprlngbase, the distance between i

will be made entirely In-chartered Miss Katherine Orfanede of I front and rear suspension,U 123 Inches. Seat
1
busses. The boys will return In Homestead, and Miss Neva Lott of L. C. Dodd
time-for the fall opening of schools. Redland will be among the 4Hof are toward the center, perfectly balanced. The a
.
The detailed Itinerary and com girls the county who plan to Flower ]Bldg.Homeetead car doe not bob or dip and can have very I
plete plans are being mapped out leave tomorrow morning for t Florida little
and will be announced next week, short course at the Florida State sway. \
the boy were informed. They College for Women in Tallahassee. e e e j
'have been promised, however, a Miss Orfanedes will represent fill t
week' stay at each fair a visit to Dade County in the state baking These four point power, strength, safety,

the larger cities of the nation and contest. i possibly short trips into Canada Mill Bertha Hill Hausman, club
and Mexico. leader of Redland, will be an instructor i 3 essential In any motor car. They form the
The C. U. B, S. will make their at the abort course basic! value ef your Investment.
way by singing and playing.-approximately Mrs. J. D. Wysong of Redland
nine hundred of them will represent the Dade County I With the Mild foundation to build on, the {

are singers and the remainder are Council at this meeting and will Ford V.8 ha been made beautiful, spacious, J
members of the band and orchestra. make the trip to Tallahassee with
They have been billed as entertainers the 4-H girls.WANT. I easy to drive. It b richly upholstered and La ;

at the fain and advance all the modem feature which add to the luxury !
.
ADS PAY
and pleasure of motoring. j

Homestead's Oldest Concrete Blocks
You can see these thug when you take a
Barber
Shop MARFAKLUBRICATION Like thePyramids trial drive, but do not forget that the main

value b In the thing you do not readily see -
D. L BOWENNow
quality of materials,precision of manufacture
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Dependability and fundamental engineering.F1D.
la MW quarter three operating LIFETIME construction call
deer south ef the First economy result from regular I for Concrete Block They
Natleval Bank Marfak lubrication. Yea get give you the satisfaction of I II

COOL AND SANITARY the most out of yew Invest lasting qualities combined 4III !
with beauty. There are many
Expert and courteous service men! by securing a thorough use for Concrete Block In I
A trial will be appreciated.Turner's Harfak Job from us.75c rour building plan Ask tot

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THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE EI/ MR IDA 41a! 1 j
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Told Us
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.u.k I. 1011 M MM tort film ** i' ,
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!. !>o4e CMAtr: __lUll---- '1." : who was given I red manicure at

D...... .( ow. CMtttr -___- I.... I t721E a local beauty parlor this week,
did not go there entirely for that


A Song for Florida I purpose., e *
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DooiIoMaI b $.... Joan e. Lltllo..... the Of '' That I certain young grove developer -
originator aI 03..M W04. la rl.rlb '" whose long delayed b

,I blessed! event was a ton and heir
In Florida, one need mutt sing! FURM/1r/R! iK.W ,

Beside the bay, beneath the tree, ,W4 ,r/r-ii eeir4 I I. crowing loudly to his friend

A* singe the whirring wood-dov /Oi00 two 410Shc10SAfrrn ;. MAW y who wen "victims" In the recent r
epidemic of girt babies :;
wing AIMS(SCO,6g: ;,, Y
AJ hum the hapy, homing bee d 'A'/f.CM00fI iw/l0/A t e e
ygg01M7lDN rRtotsrsWfii That local fishermen hope these
And al 1 begged the MUM one diy >tiesl, WOW* kl new "rabbit fish"-th toaleleM,
To sing for ut M the has sung SCRt/a.?QW1$(g-/iee ,, equ.re.headedltter.uppen now

For sister State, tome tuneful lay; TANK/M2w4 R007cANO plentiful In Biscayne Bay and

Like chiming bell, old echoes rung Key waters-are not Just stoppingby

From Plymouth; Rock, Item, cold d/AAI46'd l C4'AIease's on their way to the World
and gray Fair, a* they make thing ..Intereitlng -

From Pilgrim with let facet trim, for either trolling or ttlllflihing .
,Sows
0
The while they trod the Narrow -and the eating quality 1*

Way 10 high they bring ai high a* to

There came the note of Luther tg7N cent a pound on the Miami mar i,

hymn.Virginia's ket, tli *ald
e e e
/
laughing Cavalier "; That the recent Lions Club ,j

Each: gallant ion, each winsome 0I speaker who, while Marching for 'j

daughterHave ill notes, casually took a gun
left for ua.,their song and I I3t9CMY QtJTRIAM 4W/CN ..rI0Rf from his brief case and laid It oa
cheer rM.eoaS/1 JNl OLOR/00 J R7J. 'j' 'lAT
a : the table in front of him might Shave
With 'Charley, Over the Water. 1X'S AOTf 00 ALNOJT00 TOA7 Ae fit, r o- k needed It If his subject had ,

aoerz,2ge .VDe' JrLGYy/t Ne1'w4aJT, ,, f T been "John Paul Jonen." "
The rugged heart who risked their
cane 4000 M/U* 7Vffw n/t eao
all e *
VSLONT/c Oti IN LOJ/NS LmiC.e
And dared our mighty Mother1 That the mayor.of.Florida City
/7Y AA AI/M? MROMMt7oca
"VWII.Je8t'd ". can give an excellent Unpersons- ,,",

beneath death' hoveringpall ... , Ion of a Jewsharp Ne
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w x w n w? w w w' w n'
I declare that men prefer the !m III! IiIIIIIII I I IiIIIIIIIIIIiIIIIUIIIIIIIIIII 11I1 e 9
When Yankee Doodle came to CURRENT clinging vine" type! of women in That the Homestead vocational

town.Another 'preference to the self-assertive ag teacher hat a robin egg blue '

t COMMENT ][Independent ones. The "cllngers.: 120 Years AgoiiI1IIIIlIIIIIIiIUIIIIIiiIlIiIIiIIIIIIIUIIIII slack suit that la the envy of all -an
unafraid
long ring, i let the men open the door, help the girl In town.carrying .
From men and women, strong and By AGNEW WELSH Miami
i them on with their wrap and
free. I 1 1 1 1 ( !I II I
i otherwise give the man that protective -
From covered wagon and stockade: Forty miles, a little west by / I wagon, It about ten. feet ,(
I helpful feeling that flat- The bR.wise slaves .n rate? e.e-
Susannah, don't you cry for me." south, from Nashville Tenn lathe : him. And when land SUN fr.. filM w the ...-.. up the track, but owing to quick
county teat town of Columbia term you I K.urorlM _1oIh...* ..*.. It. lots, response of the engineer to the
Laos ancient echoes, clearer ring him don't forget to take into the M Uw a...k .flortt Banner Wed In
I the train
where mule hat his day, the. .. signal given topping ;
every "wood Ort IT, nil. with IM -
home two bear bear and
new *-
Across a vanished battlelineOf __ ... hurt
same at I dog 1* said to have, except I La. no one wa The boy stuck
"Old Camp Ground some forbear; they re mighty helpful.REDLAND to his post, although he wa told
that the mule'a I II.an annual! May ta, Hl ,
weary ilng. one. There the first Monday In I .r A to Jump, and no damage wa done
And .ome-for "Dixie Land" t F -"W. H. Hogard and niece left for I
re- -"Harve1 Rohrer who bitten
April 1* observed a* mule day In F. 'I was
their home in Kansas last week.
pine. by a water moccasin last
recognition of the usefulness of on Friday
Harold Hampton Reporter ... ,
"Postmaster
Livingston attend
this beast of burden of the South I was tent home ort Saturday morning .
Ai near, almost ti yesterday
and this year a thousand "gal*" I!led I the Spanish war veteran banquet none the worse for hit 'x'-'
There winding can, "The Long Redland Chapter ,F F A. held In Miami on Tuesday evening
I weal
perMnce Prompt treatment
Long 'Trail" rode a* many mule In the big
That trail today, I dread highwayOf parade whet one) ef the hybrid its regular meeting Tuesday night' and got home It's early Wednesday administered by a Boy Scout who :
morning a good thing for
awful cost; of no avail was crowned king of his kind. and our program consisted of elect' 'Sid that hi* reliable old flivver put a tourniquet above the) bite) and i
This small city claim to be the the Rohrer boy received medical
I ,Ing Charles Behran our new president knew the home"
Today, of Florida we sing world' mule-breeding center way attention promptly."(Florida City)

A land of long, of Joy of flowers, ye, they'd heard of Missouri On I parliamentary law drill refreshments ,-.'Mrs. Ed. Brooker and two "Raymond Albrecht, ton of Mr.

A multitude of voices bring mule day tome 15 to 24 thousandof of orange Juice and ,children are Bow visiting in New and Mrs. A. C Albrecht of Silver 'i

Their tributes to our sunny ttoun mule change owner, the average cookie and game enjoyed by all i York." Palm arrived via the stork line on '1

price this year being around Refreshment wen provided by -"J. F Vmphrey hal been given Friday last Mother and ion are I

But no new long li ours, today U1S Last year the number of Harold: Hampton, Willard Normanand the contract for the building of aconcrete doing nicely" (Florida City).

We roamers who have ceased to hones In the United State fell other of their committee. addition on the property "Leonard Chapman has purchased I

roam three per cent or to something Several of our member who of C. T. Fuchi, which will be used the C. D. Wilson property "I''

Here, under palms, beside the bay, over ten million head, while the submitted essay in the 1939 by Fred Henn for a blacksmith on Palm avenue." (Florida City). I

We sing of this, our Home Sweet ,number of mule declined but on ,Goodyear essay contest have received '!hop" -"A little daughter weighing I
Home, '
per cent, 4,392,000 of them remaining nice automatic pencil for '-"J. R. HIckson left on Sunday eight and three quarter pounds

-Stephen Cochran Singleton of which 10 per cent were on their effort, and some of them ;for a trip to New York and Virginia arrived at C:43 Thursday morningto

In Key West Citizen ,southern farm may win prize also We will ,, and will return about August brighten the home of Oscar and

------ know mon about the prize after 1." Madge Taylor. Mra Taylor and :

I have frequently affirmed that June 15. Those who received 1 "On I baby are resting nicely at the FlorIda :
:
Monday evening the Hebekahs
You Won't Be SorryFor money was the greatest coward In pencil were: Willis Vlck, Fran ;, took Mri. C T. Fuchi in at a City hospital" (Florida City).
the world and that at the slightest cis Prothera Jack Marshall,'

living a white life; for doing: alarm It will run to cover quicker ''Adolph Lopez, Wilson Poppell,. :new member The lodge I* progressing Ilf T"t ('I.""' '' rnll. RLRYPOTR
learning
your level best; for your faith Inhumanity 1 than any wild animal Any threatened ; Harry Mikell Charles Sweeting,.1 new drill" and11taking JUDICIAL CIRCUIT DADS COliNTr I
in
: for being kind to the I legislation, any lack of confidence : H. A. Aman and Wilbur Peepl.a.Amonl :- new Free members."Vivian win FLORIDA IN No.rHAffrtNT.CM .".,.A '.

poor: for looking before leaping) any war alarm thus affects -' other present at our,, five a partyon CHEL8CA TNVEVSTMKNT CON PANT, aI

for hearing before Judging, for I It In the present war crisis f meeting were: Bill Hampton, : May in 23 at her home on the highway .-nwsuoa.... 'talnltrfC
honor of her
being candid and frank, for thinking I several European: countries have 'Dean Sickle, Walter Rubke, Don guest, Irena W. CHAT Jit, and CUMIK C'Af. .

before ipeaklng.-En. shipped their surplus gold to the Lair, Donald Hawke., Wallace I i McCoy"J, w,from Connor Jacksonville i* rot: ; hls BILL coif..ronncVom..TAXCRRTIPICAT1 '_

United States for iafe-keeplnf Rusted Robert Munn, Perry .
and will\ build in addition to his Im too HOMO of the plate .. *lorU .
be burled John Herman
In hill and
our Kentucky B/ars Reid
"Let have .
music
me It Ik
dying and house" .win* or affidavit mm>*ii to *
I seek no more delight"-Reat*. One ship brought in lit a single WyWng. -"A. R. kill IM l> th< (km* stated sour that tlMMUriM "
Erpenbach will leave ,
shipment millions W C W. Gray Jr and OiwloQmr.
ten from France
"Apart from music there .to no Homestead about the first of June kto wlo Pod A, Olunb/n"l mot Mm
true etvllll.tloft.BI'lab.n. and 3d from England In I recent Best Marine H.ul. four of the defendants *. am"known.
Rifle ScoreIs Ion a vacation that will :. I
week the War scare cawed stocks cover the, 14 that than to no In the
"All musical people teem to be Made by Redland I entire summer. Santa ol FtarMo the __ of a @o boo ..aOwn
happy."'-Sidney Smith. to dump an average of four dollar Boy,'-"Mn. I whom. would kind tko orfraunM, and
W. J. Krom
... and children List tK.r and.b ad 11b.01 an the
I .h. The total loss by this
Music la the medicine of ..., ,
the left Friday to visit relatival In f tw ntir jmn 1 and U further Swi -
breaking heart" *. Hunt downward movement wa placedat Private Walter A. Thompson,!Louisville _.. kr MM affidavit that M MM Ian I
four billion dollars Jr. ton of Mr. and Mrs. Walter 1 Ky and Edwardsvllle,: >feadonm or any d them an irtt that 'j
"M ullo naa charm to' sooth I !MO" thNr b.4' dnM..., an..m. "ran.n orHalm.
,
savage beast"Congreve e Thompson of Redland who Joined, "Judge Lowe left I ..to ladrr them are ...k..-.. and '
About .a collages have established the U. S. Marine after graduating on Wednesday that their sale..% and that
"Music II la all "
growing things [for his old home In, Louisville,, then la = Pones. I. the stated
department relating to from Redland High School last ,
Lathrop. Tenn when FlnrM of a lukmM .pee
riigev Why not? The sub June made an expert record ontne ht will spend the wK B wwM Mad MM un'snows ".... A"0deft
:summer with his two boys ......_ .. ...1....... -'
,ject I* of Vastly snore Importance rifle range in Quantico. Vs. last I -"Mr. It to therefore ado... that said a..4
A statement Just Issued-by the to the present and future happiness week. His mark of 323 wa the Seifert i* making improvements 00f..4ulo and MM unkiMwoll .,._.to
United States Sugar to the porch of his house" and seh and if them ko and they area
Corporationat of the world than any other highest made by the IS2 men shooting ,i-'Chas nerred M .im.w MM Pill of 11
Clewlston shows that the It".['studied-and la test studied Most for record. He 1*,eligible forth Barnes and wife, who =-lot filed Ia M4| O ..:M or Mfnro
19 crop season, ending this week, blunder rifle have been in Jacksonville tor. Mradnr. the Snl day ol J."lr. A. D. !....
)people
[ into marriage team next
; year and has few weekt. returned -...... Uw olko.UM of lOW till will betaken
will surpass all other season In'some are led and other fall in. won I second medal ai expert home .n M ffonfMoW ky MM ./_. *. ."
the ten yean of opera-1'Somebody said there were two rifleman. Tuesday accompanied by MM It .. dirtlM >M o rW that this >.,
tunsen't nklhhM1. comwutlnw
i Stalker who former MUW a week fur four
and ninety!kinds of girl: those who wantedto Young Thompson l la In the telephone of was a resident rfc. I. Dw MMIMMHI UutoT-tntorvrlM

five ton of sugar cine were har! marry and those who would telegraph and radio division ;i MiamI. etas .par iMtoM4 ll MM CMMfB. as

vested. From this 84000 short'marry studying radio.CIIRISTIAN -"On Wednesday morning, when This Mb .s, look
tone of toi i{the freight was shifting car I B. LCATfirRUAN
raw sugar, ultimately In the Went then la a preponderance .. C.....
serious accident Cork ClronU
reach the consumer ai "Dixie of marriageable men but was ICImrtt CPI salt

I Crystals," were produced ai well'In the Jut this 1* true of the Jane .._Itmtn-ttrrao SCIENCE I:laverted to when cross Ray the track Houston attempted .1 Y.Pr YeCAmt1LL R M RILL, JR.. Dqwty Clerh.J. .

M unnumbered carload of mo- .
women. topic 0e4 the Only Close Rniklae rear PI.I.urt.
a pair of mule
lasses I ii it One who has studied the subject! sad Creator. I attached to a ris jt.satWlg. !
f wagon, The train truck the I
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.. ... .. .- L Ludlle West will my ability Moat studious girl _, Most reponsible girl Lucille West
HOMESTEAD liiGiI-L GHTs---I to take responsibility and to carryout '__, __ Madge Thompson I Most responsible boy Harvey Rue
orders in detail to. JimmleSchaUera. Moat studious boy Howard Lamb .1 '
Best actress __ ._ Betty Richard
Vrtttea by Members ef the House stead Rich School Jennalbna CUbKJBKK. I j u
BABAAC I Editor Neatest girl ..___ Ruth Frederick l, Best actor _. ._ Rex Faust
.. ...., I II I, Louis Harris will my deep Neatest boy .. Rex Faust I
Virginia
-- '0' Best poised girl Bniwy
and melodious voice with Its resonating 0
SHILL matured ways to Eftle Mae Water qualities to. Jack Harris. Most athletic girl Bonnie Groover I Best poised boy TruItt Bullardinrs ,

I I, Barbara Burke, leave to Mary To Mr. Mac, we leave all the Most athletic boy .._ Z
Grace English my technique of getting I __. William McMichael
bee better
Br Barbara Davie, Betty Ekhardi, gum which teen days
Billy Clark and Rex Faint out of classes during the year and which sow resides under the Most dignified girl Helen Bradley I
I, Senior Class of Homestead on satisfactory excuses. I seats, and also our thanks and good Moat dignified boy 0 Billy Clark;
High School of the City of Horn*- I, Helen Bradley, leave my willingness wishes for all the favor he has obligingly Cutest girl__ Clare Bell Sluart I
.steed County of Dade, State of to co-operate to Eugene done for us Cutest boy __.___... Martin Bishop,
Florida, being of found mind and Saunders. I To Mr. Hindman, we leads the Most Industrious glrLLuclll West'
disposing memory,do hereby make, I, Sybil Cheshire, leave my ability good will of the Senior Class, Most industrious boy _. I
publish and declare this my las l to dodge the boys to LouiseDealing which he so richly deserves and Howard Lamb I ROOFINGi
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have _.._.... Louise Pauetti
will and testament, hereby revolting (May you not as we hope that the on-coming Senior Wittiest girl
all former wilts, bequeaths and many as I did.) Classes will tint him the good Wittiest boy ...__. Rex Faust'
dlvtses of whatever nature by me I, Billy Clark, will to Allen Pope friend and adviser that we did. Quietest Ilrl._ Helen Bradley I i
made. my large vocabulary and the dictionary IN WITNESS WHEREOF, we Quietest boy _. ... Harvey Rue
that I used to acquire It. have hereunto act .hands and Best girt musician __._. ... .. I WORK
our
FIRST: To the on-coming Senior .. __.._.._ :
I, Barbara Done, will tell to seal this 2Sth day of May. nineteen Virginia Dorsey
Class, this Senior CUM bequeaths
...
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Elwin Cooper my secret of makingone Best boy musician .
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and thirty-nine
andlmalnRl' hundred { ; ,
her both real
aU
privileges,
pack of paper last for the nine D. ___..._ William McMichael
mostly Imaginary, also
) months of school.I SENIOR CLASS Best all round girl Bonnie Groover i
the right to occupy the cam seat ,Virginia\ Dorsey,leave my ability Best all round boy. m .. .. I I
In assembly. to restrain any Jealousy to any- Signed, sealed, published, and __'" William McMtchmel" ,, you want done, let
SECOND To on-comlni i
any one who needs it. declared said Senior Clans Girl with best posture. _.n.U I {
class she bequeaths the desire that and I, Ruth Fredericks, bequeath my as her last YWrae testament In -...- Midge ThompsonBoy I the man that knows I '
to together
willingness pull so position as head waitress at the the presence of each other we have with best '
that said class may be at harmonious -. school cafeteria to Nina DyaL hereunto subscribed our names as h..m. ..,... .postureJohn Walton I how, do It. No job :
and In all Its affairs
pleasant I, Marcia Gauzens, will my ability attesting witnesses to said Instrument Most conscientious girlMadge
and Class dealings ai this year'sSenior to translate Spanish to Jamie ___ __ ThompsonMost too small or too big. I
Richards for future use Margaret Maynard, conscientious boy
THIRD: To any class who can 1, James Hardy, bequeath my Gladys Webb. -- --- .--. -. Harvey Rue Prices right.GROVER 1
make use of It: the ability to develops dashing manner In asking for dates Beat mannered girl .. _._ : J
first team of basket ball I
a to Freddy Fuchs. .. Marcia Gauaens
I :
all from class WHO'S WHO .
AMONG
boys one
I, George Harris, leave my legal. Best mannered boy Harvey Rue. i
FOURTH: To Edward Kirby, the mind In newspaper work to Frank 1939 GRADUATES I J'rIendlleslrl __ Louise Pacetti
position of Senior Class comedian Billelo.I t Friendliest boy u Martin Bishop
lately occupied by Noah Peterson. Martin Bishop, will to Leslie Most popular girl Bonnie Groover Most artistic girLVirglnia Dorsey BECKER I
FIFTH To Clinton Bishop, amattress
: Cheshire to under Most Martin Most artistic Clark
my ability keep popular boy Bishop boy Billy
to fit bathtub, such ai FLORIDA CITY
a cover the souvenir towels from the Prettiest girl Marcia Gauzens: Most tnllt-worthylrl. .. 0 r
he had at the state tournament sc hotel when the hotel detective Belt looking boy Jack Gatlin I _.. .. .. Lucille West I Phone 1602 \
that he may not lose .any time of the basket .
searches the baggage Jolllest girl Louise Pacetti 'Mot trust-worthy boy
i to swim he
learning as sleeps ball boys at the state tournament Jolllest boy Martin Bishop Harvey Rue
SIXTH: The Individual members TT_ T I
of the class will the following to .
members of the student body:
I, Howard Lamb leave to Rich-
ard Caves my boldness toward the !
girls The SmallHOME
I, William McMichael, dispose cl
': my ability to hold one girl for four :
N years to Walter Brannan.
I, Banks Byrum, will my name
of being a "persistent devil" towards
j one gM' to my ;younger
brother, Joe, to carry on as a
family tradition.
j I, Jack Gatlin, leave my Cassa- !
\ nova reputation to Clinton Bishop
I, Rex Faust, bequeath my big !
feet to Mary Frances Arthur J
I, Noah Peterson, leave my girlish
figure to Don Done. (Be sure
you get a full-length mirror to.
admire it, Don.) Now the small home can be built right from start

I, Charlie Little, bequeath my to finish. It can be well designed. It can be well
position as center on the basket
ball team to Preston Bird. You'll constructed. It can include modern conveniences.The .

need lots of spinach, Preston. i r
I, Roy Martin, give my avoirdupois ,
small home has been usable-and
never so
(to some students, just excess :
, weight) to James Sullivan livable. Home financing has never been so prac-
I I, Elizabeth Mctlwain, leave my I
tical for the moderate-income
family.
pleasant disposition to Merle Jenkins -

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I, Bonnie Groovei, will my ability -
to dance any new number to The down payment may be as low as one-tenth of

Lester Archer.I the property valuation. One loan will take care

Lilburn Nixon leave my abil- S'G1 of the remaining cost of home. Repaymentis
ity to date every night of the week a new

j and not show it to Theodore is made in monthly installments out of your income

1 Knowtes. ,
I, Louise Pacetti, bequeath my over ample time.
school girl figure to Annette Camp..

bell.I PRA Q We will help you put through jour application
Clara Belle Stuart, leave my
ability to get my boy friends' car PA for an FHA loan. .
to Annie Laurie Willis
I, Eleanor Sullivan leave my 1
well rounded figure to Jeannette. p5Y Brooker Lumber Co.
Campbell.
; I, John Walton leave to ., I :: Homestead, Fla. Phone 62
Godwin my knack of ,ettln.I.1'1
Miami girls for dates

I, Harvey Newton, just P RAH ,
I, Annabelle Redd dispose of HE ,
my domestic accomplishments' In IQ ,
the 4-H to Jane Gattln.
I, Betty Richards, will my Latin I
exam pencil to Betty Brown, This
pencil is a sure prevention against
failure. fJ

I, Harvey Rue, dispose of my admiration f

Billy. Walton.from the weaker sex to app

I, Howard Thompson, bequeathmy
ability to be seen and not heardto
Norman Ernst
I, Madge Thompson will my
studious manner to Charlotte Oe-
ronlmo.
I, Mary Torclse: will my ability
to hand In my homework everyday
! on time to Kathleen Freeman
I, Mary Ballero, dispose of my
; friendly disposition to be divided
. evenly between the Field twins. J
1 I, Edna Booth,leave my.: willing. 4 ) S
\ ,I ness to speak before large- crowds I i
' to Lois Carpenter
.. J yJr"
!, rill Bullard, bequeath my
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THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE _Friday, June 2,
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frteg over to John "Why, hello, I he atayi in 'Georgia. and I stay in NOTICE Or TAX APPLICATION DEED FOB :

John! You tell u* what you're Florida. Elisabeth, how has life Moth k hereby flow that Tkonuu NaaL

I The Redland Rattler doing In' your all-day leisure"John I handled you?" Jr.. ....ld..1 l_City. dated of Miami tha 4th Tax day CartlfleatiMumkrrad of ice.. :1'

Hickson: "Aheml I am Elizabeth Sage: "I used to think A. D IBS, hat.lilted aald Cartlflcata l. maoffloa I
tad h. made avplhatlon for
Bjr Emily Easel and LaNelle Rogers now president of the Miami Motorcycle that life wa Just a bowl of cherries dead to 100... th.....* tn .....,..... with tai
Club. What can you say for but after It handed me a few law, Said Cartirioala omhraooa the folloo.Inl .
.... ._ ____ described property, altuatod IB baa.Cvunty 1.
.m n yourself Joe Louis punches, and editors, Florida. .....111 t

CLASS WILL the typewriter! Carl Schmidt: "Why, John, publishers and producers failed to Lot. 100.le. BUo.In the d. ci'0.-. at Peek IUa..L. Plat ecn..q a..a ofDd. 5Par.

I, Richard Edwards, do bequeathmy don't you know what I'm doingHaven't ? recognize my dazzling talent and .. state at JI'Iorid.. ", "
ability to go with underclan- seen name In the remarkable wit, I have settled The a .m.m.nt of cold pe.png" ...... ,,-
Br Emily Easel MarJorie Camp- you my the raid OartUfcata imbued .... I I. tilt 0._
bell and Billy IHUoB men to Gilbert Ogden. papers? I've been making trial down to real hard work, and, incidentally of Unknown. Unlaaa mid Certificate hull

We, the members of the graduation X, Madeline Odom do bequeathmy flight up among the cloud in my cradle-rocking. (Looking ho bow radaaniod the...teoordlno m the ta MUi law day tax ol dad liua will' j
class of Redland High School, liking for the boy to Corrine box kite Cohen, what has our at Cleo). I'm not the only A. D. 18'.. t

being of sound mind and balanced Cash.I old class president done for him- cradle-rocker, am I?" Doled. this B.Htk B. LKATHKRMAN.day of Mar, A..D. lilt,

Judgment, do hereby make, exe- Edward Burr, do bequeath my elf?" Cleo Chubb: "Neither am II! I Clark of Circuit Cent, y

cute, publlih and declare this, our boisterous way to Lloyd Cash. Cohen Leggett: "Oh, I haven't got Walter to deliver our papers ( Dad Coaatr. Florida.Clnmit ,,,

lilt will and testament and do I, Catherine Bell do bequeath done so bad by myself a* you while I came down here for a c.u'b.;: aTERRKTT, D. & t
my ability to like everybody to tray Mi June I. a. u, II, less I .
here- sudden
hereby revoke all wlllj made thought I would. I'm a foresteron week. I hope the change

tofore by Individual members of anybody In general and nobody my own Christmas tree ranch.I from leisure to delivering papers NOTICE TO srrOCKHOLDRMNotb :

the clan or by the clan at a body, particular. surely do have some elegant won't hurt him any. Have you la .....b. .,lv.. that the agnnalmaMlnr .J

and we do hereby revoke any I, Ben Benson, do bequeath to Nathalina my Christmas trees ready to cut now. seen Alvin In his latest picture?" Lost Coat at .the.....IH lUMkholdm_ Compaq U will the ka Florida IwMI .r,

promlae made by Individual members mathematical ability Ah, here' my old girl friend! I I Alvin Prothero: "No wisecracks the office of the Company at Homortoad.Florida oVlii. '1
,
.
Griffin. Tuaaday June IS. IvSI. at S
that might conflict with the do haven't seen you since we got oft from )'oul! In that picture the for UM purpose of ala. clauses of this document. We do, I, Margaret Griffin, bequeath moment Isn't It and tranaactlm cash other kvlMaiM
Ed's yacht a ago. producer doubled the number of
..... .
Industriousness 'to .
Clyde
my war come "before the w
hereby declare this to be our last Robert Riven.I your turn to tell us what )'ou'v.been word I had to say. Instead of W. MOODY, Protloint,
Chambers and
will and testament on this 29th: doing?" saying 'thank I aid, "thank you'. A D. rooLI.G gwrotary and Traaaorar.klay .
E. F. Marshall!, do bequeath ( Ml June S. .. less)
D. and the
of 193B A.
day May ,
mr ability to bluff my teachers Alma Jane Llndgren: "Well They don't call me Casanova for
one hundred fifty-elgth year of successfully to Mary Engel I'm Just a teacher." nothing, do they, MarJorie And
the Independence of the United ? "What by the how are since
I, Wanlta Thompson, do. bequeath Margaret Griffin are way you
States of America. my even temper to Mollie you teaching?" your last trip to Reno?" NEWT G. BALL
First: To all good friends and i'
Jane Llndgren I'm teaching ;
Walker.I Alma : Marjorie Campbell: "I'm getting -
relative to witness this
celebration gathered we bequeath our bent Bobby Ames, do bequeath my the Dead-End boy how to cutout I ready to make another trip. NOTARY PUBLIC :,
bashfulness to A. T. Davis. paper dolls. Margaret, did you The Transcontinental railroad I*
wishes and hearty appreciationfor I, Cleo Chubb, do bequeath my ever finish what ;you set out to do going to give me a reduction In the I
what done for in
you have ui ability to find my better half before or did you ever set out?" I fare because I make the trip so Fire Insurance and "
the past You have been patient
graduation to Anna Lou Margaret Griffin: "Oh, sure! !I often. Well, if it isn't E. r.1! What
and kind, far more patient and John I set out a dill pickle but it didn't I II are you doing over there?" Kindred Lines 4
kind than we deserve, and we
hope to In some measure at least I, Carl Schmidt, do bequeath my grow, so I finished writing a story I E. F. Marshall: (standing by a "
highly developed tense of humor for the Miami Dally New entitled palm tree). "Right now I'm making -
make to and to our clvllitatlon -
up you
for what have done. to Dorothy Edwards.I I"The Romance of a Certain Paper romance to this palm tree. II N, Krome Ave.

We hope that you you will not feel all Cohen Leggett, do bequeathmy 'Deliverer,' In which I, myself, am Don't you want to try It, J. M.?"
I know have
the heroine. Ed, you
rough and loud talk to
your effort wasted even though ways tell J. M. Campbell: "No, thank
something Interesting to us.
we shall never be able to repay Douglas Sweeting.I do be- Edward Burr: Well, I've been you. In all my experience with w ......1'.1'1'1'1'1'1'1'1'1'1'................
We uk that in Marjorie Campbell love I never found it to
you personally. necessary .
hard but finally, .
working awfully ,
queath my ability to catch on to a
the future yean you will be ai rewarded. I pay any attention to a palm tree.
labor ha been
Joke in less than an hour to La- my
in the past "to our fault a little Nelle Rogers. '' have invented an Improved electric Have you, Richard.
blind and to our virtues very Richard Edwards: "Well lovedoesn.t
which doesn't
bulb -
light require YOU GET
kind." We, John and Edward Hickson,
do bequeath our excess height to any electricity The only concern me much. Dice
Second: To our parent we Phillip Ream problem I now have to solve is are my constant companion We

would bequeath a special expression I, Emily Engel, do bequeath my how to get some light Into It. Billy, mustn't forget Wilma, the quietestone EXPERTBARBERING
of gratitude. You have been naturally' wavy hair to Nellie I've been reading a great deal In in the crowd. Speak up, my
more than kind have had
you friend.
Cash. May, she never UvoMo get the paper about your new sea
foresight love and determination
a permanent plane. Tell u* more about It." Wilma Landrum: "My secretarial -

combined with your patience and I, Billy Hllson, do bequeath my Billy Hilson: It'* a marvelous duties have demanded my
kindness and you have made our ability to loaf to Leonard Greer. contraption. It will fly In the air, constant attention/ for several
school .,
happy day! possible. J '1
I, Alma Jane Llndgren, do be skim along the water, or dive years. I haven't much to say for
Third: To( the teachers who AT
have directed and queath to any Junior that 1* crazy down to the bottom of the ocean myself'but I'm sure Fred is Just
Air our studies endured enough to be business editor of and taxi along. Even with sucha itching to edge In a few words." '

the shortcomings would throughout the school paper all my worries, wonderful plane, however, I can't Fred Vlhlen: "Come over sometime
yean we bequeath
heartfelt thanks and appreciation. tragedies and Inky hand gainedIn get any passenger except womenon and I'll cut your hair. Of BUSH'SBARBER

We know that they have labored the press room., May whoever account of my air stewardess, course, being a barber Is only one
and that it I* survive better than I expect Catherine. She flirts with all the of my minor hobbles, but I'll be
planned we might measure -
male passenger and their wives to hair.
to. glad cut anybody'
up to certain standards of won't let them ride In
scholarship, achievement and conduct II I, Norman Benson, da bequeath and fiancees" Cohen Leggett: "Ah, now that S

We know that we shall ap- my ability to win the heart of my plane. we're all here for a class reunion I SHOPN.
Bell "Well Bill i
Catherine
little girl < Lee Stanley.PROPHECY : you
preciate then more as yean bring to-jTpe know I don't want to be an oldm.ldl" what could revive our memoriesof
ui better judgment as well as the old days better than the

struggles and Joys, class history Who will read it I 1
don'lyou
Wanlta Thompson: "Why
KROME AVE.aAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA
for u.7"Alma .
Fourth: To the Junior clan we come into one of mine and!
bequeath the old course of study The senior class night program leva's beauty salons some time. June Llndgren: "I knew )

that we have completed. The was a scene of a class reunion in I'm sure we could make you perfectly I you'd want to hear it, so I have it II .
tame classroom may be their, the year 1949. The reunion took irresistible" right here?" I

the tame seat, and they may use place on Bobby Ames' pineapple Neva Lott: "Sure, Catherine! .
the same textbook We also be- plantation In Hawaii Bobby, with We operate them In every important 4.AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAATTENTION

queath counties test and examinations he aid of his private secretary, city. We might even help

throughout the coming Emily Engel, located all of the you to get married, Madeline."

year. May their strength never class of '39 and all of them Joyfully Madeline Odum: "Oh, I guess

waver, the examination, we mean. accepted the Invitation to a class I'm contented to be an old maid !
Fifth: We bequeath individually reunion on his plantation. Edward
for a while yet There are till
to other student in high achool Hickson, the owner of a several boy in New Hampshire

our respective trait and abilities.I handsome private yacht, took them that I haven't dated yet.; Den, if

Ethel Anderson, do bequeathmy i to Honolulu too bad Norman couldn't be with Avocado'and Citrus
ability to get good conduct I "
i u*. Will you tell u* where he Is?
grade to Josephine Cash and I By Margaret Griffin Ore Chubb Ben Benson: "H,'. a traveling .
Jessie Anderson. Schmidt
and Carl
salesman up In Alaska, selling Iceboxes
I, J. M. Campbell do bequeathmy Bobby Ames and Emily Engel to the Eskimos. I'm Installing Growers
ability to sleep through all six on .ta.-hlp' horn blows.
electricity up there so they
classes: and keep my avenge above Bobby Ames: "Oh, boyll! Here can enjoy the luxury of frigldalre
w 70 to Clyde Chamber they come!" (Ship' horn again
Ethel have and Georgia
you your
I Neva Lett do start We are now stockingURAMON 11
the
bequeath my and piano playing husband had any tight yet?"

black hair to Betty Crawshaw. -Hor oluiu." The class sings this Ethel Anderao,,: "No, you see, .4
May It never turn light! song a* they come down the gangplank "
we use this simple little formula
I, Fred Vlhlen, do bequeath my onto the stage). >o make harmony exist in our
kilt on the basketball court to Bobby (at conclulon of song): household: During the winter he

Robert Riven I I'Greeting/ everybody. It aurely stays In Florida and I stay in "
I, Wilma Landrum, do bequeathmy It well to tee all of your familiar Georgia and during the summer A new form of nitrogen that

ability to make good gradesto facet once more."
does not leach from the soil
France Cowan.I I Emily: "Yes, isn't It grand tobe = i

Alvin Prothero, do bequeathmy I I all together after ao long a E as fast as some Inorganic a
ability to fascinate the new I ime! I surely am anxious to HYSEPTICnttMllrlt IN

girl to George Qrunwell.I I know what everybody has been forms of nitrogen. Ask about 1

Elizabeth: Sage, do bequeathmy doing since' we graduated from
a _..11ft af akanu.Mtlnl .
i the price of this new form of
typing ability to lu.nel Redland High. _Itr. its MM art .bcton
I Wright. May he never wear out Carl Schmidt (Informally run- for null form of arts{ dlaordm and plant food.
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: _June 2. 1939 THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Pago Seven 1 1
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:.1 I Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bedd and I Brown nturoad Friday >front the Yellowstone National Park and

.: their daughters Misses Annabell I Florida State College for Woman Denver. ?, t
and Teresa, plan to leave soon on at Tallabasee 'f
In and Ground a vacation trip to South Carolina, Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Matboa i ,:
't Washington, D. C., and the world' Miss Mary Louise: Bonnlwell, will leave the first of next week ,
fair in New York. classmate of Mia Nina Pearl Bushat for a northern trip which will include i '
Tallahassee, spent Tuesday and a visit to the world's fair in aNew t
Homestead Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Mosor wentto Wednesday with Mill Bush on her York. !'
j Florida Southern College in way to her home in Key West. t
Lakeland Saturday to bring horn ,Miss Bush returned from Tallahassee Miss Alene Vercoe will leave the 1
their daughter, Miss Marjorie, who Friday first of the week to attend summer
't- has Just completed her freshman school at the University: of Florida :
e.I Miss Mable Williams, art teacher Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hester ;n d year there. They pent the week Dr. M. A. Berger went to Tallahassee with white gladioli white aster
'A of the Homestead schools' will son, Peter will leave tomorrowfor end in Lake Wales with the Rev. May 21 to bring home hit
it leave today for a visit of several Pittsburgh, Pa, where Mr. and Mr*. A. A. KoeaUine.Mr daughter, MIlt Margaret, a student R. L. Nlell and and Roy Well t '
week with Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Hester will take work at the Uni there. left Monday for East Bend, N. C, .{ a
i Hardin in Atlanta before going to varsity of Pittsburgh leading toPh.D. Mn.-C-: Smith and and their wives, on Thursday.Mrs. .
,t Alpine Lodge Camp in Mentone, degree. aChildren.. Mix Evelyn, Wade and Mr. and Mrs. FrlU Jackson left
,.4 Ala.. where she will be art Instruc Hubert, left Thursday for Ad- the first of the week for High Gate S. S. Sbjjd."went to Miami
tor. At the close of the camp In Mrs. Lena Behren and he, vance, N. C. Spring, Vt Monday for I visit with relative
Miss William will visit nephew and niece, Mill Lola aneS
August, Miss Jo
Betty Dudley of Miami
Mr. and Mr W. K. Walton
Mrs Margaret Maynard in Ben- Charles Behrens, will leave lOOn accompanied came to Homestead Monday to Mrs. A. B. Carpenter returnedon
j nettsville, S. c., until school opens to visit Mrs. Behren niece andmiss by their younger son spend several day visiting Mr. Monday from a visit to Tampa.Mr. .
Billy, and by: Howard West and
Lol brotherinlaw
and Charles' -
fall. '
the
in and Mrs. Tom
and later, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Martin Bishop will leave Sunday -Lindsay.Dr. and Mr*: A.: B Langham and
Mr. and Mr* O. L Gault and DeHuquet of Cameron, N. J. Mrs, for Hendersonvllle, N. C, where and Mrs.: Herbert S. Wolfe their children will leave this week
: daughter, Martha Jane, and Miss LeHuquet Is a sister of Miss Lot, they will spend the summer. Their and infant son, Skippy, arrived for Alabama to be with Mr. !.IIn,.
.*1 Mary Moon returned Wednesdayfrom and Charles Behrens.Mr. elder son, John, left for Hendersonvllle from Gainesville Tuesday to spend ham's mother who 1* 111.

; Tallahassee where they attended Thursday ten days here while Dr. Wolfe Mn-JVi.: : and
Mr. and Freeman !
11' the graduation exercise at and Mr*. E. B. Blackburnhave does some work at the Subtropical
Mrs. R. L. Atkinson returned Mr. and Mrs. Jack Freeman and
' .0\ the Florida State College for as a guest, Mr. Blackburn'brother s ot which he
Wednesday from a visit In Virginiaand horticulturist:; 1n baby arrived Saturday from Lew-
Y Women. Henry, who arrived Mon was charge before I
j from Georgia. laburg, W. Va. They are occupying -
day Southern College where
. f leaving last summer to accept
their home Thirteenth
.: Myron Grennell will leave tomorrow he la a itudent in the new on
Roy Murray, Preston Bird, Jr., a professorship college of street.O. .
il' for Ridgecrest N. C. He Mrs. Virginia Edward will leave and Harvey Ru left Wednesdayfor agriculture of the University of
'\, '.' will be accompanied as far as today for a visit in Atlanta and a fishing trip on Long Key. Florida. They are occupying the: Clonlnger left Tuesday for
Gainesville by Buddy Fitzpatrick plont In Alabama before They expect to return on Satur I A. F. Arthur residence at Avocadodrive Tennessee and Mrs. Clonlnger and
., ; who has been home since Friday a party of Miami teacher JoIning who and Redland road while the their sons will leave on Friday to
> day.Mrs. Arthurs are away.W. Join him for the summer,
will vlsit'the San Francisco world'lIfalr
Mist Alta Webster will arrive A. M. Logan left Monday
today from Agnes Scott College at i and tour the West Mrs. Edwards tor a visit In Richmond and Hen- H. Booth, local plumbing I Joe Scales .;spending;; this weekIn
Decatur, Ga. had a* guests Sunday, Miss dersonvllle, contractor, will leave Saturday for Miami visiting at the home of
\ Lucille McIntyre and Mia Ann I his niece.
a vacation of six week which he
Mr. and Mrs. Sam J. Davis, Mrs. Boyer, both of Orlando, and her Mrs. N. D. L. Swan left Thursday will spend In Ohio, Michigan and
... f Walter Gaby, Mrs. Reed Holmes son, William, of Winter Park. for a visit in Washington, D. Maine,,
I! and Mrs J. A. Rotherham attended C., New York city and point In Jamie Richards Wins
a commencement concert at Mr. and Mrs. E, R. Goldberg of Maine. -..-,1111.IM..wMw.MMMNM.MMx1L11/NM Music Scholarship
Miami High School on Sunday Plummer drive returned Monday FLORIDA CITY:
from a three-month stay In Cocoa. Miss Edna Nell Richards arrived .
By Mr. W. W. Bevwy
Wednesday from Wesleyan College Miss Jamie Richards was award
Mr. and Mrs. Ceo. W Turner,, Mr. and Mr*. Fritz: Jackson left In Macon where she has Just- ed a one-year vocal scholarshipby
Jr., will leave tomorrow morningto Tuesday for their summer home in completed her senior year Mr. .and Mr*. Lawrence Becker Mrs. Grace Murray in a con
attend the commencement exercise Hlghgate Springs, Vt will leave today for a trip which test for young musician held Sat.
of Stetson 'University .where Mrs. C. T. Harper, Miss Cecelia'will Include stop In Mississippi, urday In Mrs. Murra,'* studio in
1 their son, Vernon, will receive a Miss LoulaePCttl will leave Harper and Miss Mary Dana ,the San Francisco world fair, the Miami.Home .
B.A. degree.Mr. today for a visit in Henderson
__ I IJ villa and Jacksonville.Mr. j,
: and Mrs.4.1ree Smith and
'1' ton, J. Lee, Jr. left yesterday toI and Mr D. E. Bashor and
visit friend and relative on the daughters, Marie and Myra Jane,
west coast. r left Thursday for a visit In Georgetown f

Mis.
Mrs. Ivan Moser, counselor for -
Mill Leola Little has returned
I the Young People' Department of
, from Camp Roosevelt near Ocala
the Hometcad Methodist! Church,
where
she completed I business
will accompany Miss Nella Sauls, course
delegate from the church, Miss a ae I
Helen Field, Miss Effie Booth and Mrs. T. B. Grantham and little ar:
Miss Marjorie Moser to the young son left last week to visit the
people's assembly at Southern College World's Fair in New York. e!
'. In Lakeland next week. They I ,
J will leave Saturday and spend the Tom Collins and Pierre McDan- '
week-end with the Rev. and Mr. lei returned Friday from the UnI-
A. A. Koestllne In Lake Wales. versity of Florida.
'
Mr. and Mrs. Augustus Wynn The Rev. Allen West left Thursday -
and son, Bryan, spent Thursdaywith .for Bartow where he will con- fl]
Mrs. Wynn' parents, Mr. and duct a vacation Bible school u. r. ur alb

Mrs. S. W. Smith in Hollywood. Miss Lola Roberts of Miami N

Mr. and Mr. J. Tom Vann Mr. spent Tuesday with her parents,
R. H. Fitzpatrick, Mrs. Wayne Mr. and Mrs. Dan Robert o t to ,
Adams and Mia Alta Vann re- : '"
Mrs.
E. I. Dyal and daughter
turned Tuesday from the Florida Miss Nina, left Thursday for Hen-
State College for Women at Tslla. dersonvllle. L
Miss Iva Dyal will
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basses where Miss Vann and Mrs. Join them at DeLand. a
Fltzpatrlck's daughter Mill Louie
Long, received B.S. degree on Ben Plummer received a veteri-
Monday. Miss Fitzpatrick remained narian degree from Alabama Polytechnic I Ownership I
: to visit friend In GreenVille Institute at Auburn Wed-
'\ till the end of this week. nesday. His mother, Mr. C Ben

r Mrs. William Hunter ha return tend Plummer the commencement, went to Auburn event to at- 13 used to mean years of tedious saving and waiting. Today you j=s

;s ed to Coconut Grove after a visit H can enjoy your home while you pay for it conveniently-on: the 3H
with Mrs. Virginia Edward Mr. Mr. and Mr*. Win. Dunlop start
LIBERAL TERMS of the FIIA PLAN. This is the modern
and Mr*. Paul Benson and son ed north on their annual vacation way SEi
i" Paul, Jr., will leave today for New Friday. They will visit In Atlanta, to finance a modern home. The chief advantages of the FIIA =|
Castle, Ind., after pending the New York and Boston.
f winter at the Edward home. if Plan are: =-=
Mr. and Mr*: Walter Talbott left

John Walker underwent an ap- [I for Hot Springs, Ark., Wednesday. 3 First: A reasonable down payment when you buy or build a |f
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I . Social Events in South Dade . .




I MISS MARCIA BEATRICE GAUZENS WEDDEDTO MUll EVELYN SMITH TO WED UNIVERSITY CLUB TO HONOR SENIOR .

WILLIAM EDMOND WATKINS ON JUNE 1 IN Mr.WORTH and Mrs.CAROLINA George IN W. FALL Smith GIRLS OF HOMESTEAD AND REDLANDThe

-- are announcing the engagement of
The marriage of Mill Marcia I(Carolina. 'When they return on I their daughter, Evelyn, andto girl of the senior classesof cussed. It wa decided to sponsor

'Beatrice Gauztni, daughter of Mr. June 20, they will be at home I George W. Ledford of Rural Hall. Redland and Homestead High a show In July and a bridge tour.

and William their friends In the Cooper cottage N. C. The marriage will take schools win, be guest of honor at nament In August to build tip aScholarship
and Mrs. J. E: Gauzeni, -
on N. W. Sixth atreet place In Rural Hall early In the a tea given by the University' Club fund.
Edmond Watkins was solemnIzed The bride, who haa lived In I fall I Mrs. a M. Hindman will be the
Thursday morning at 8 o'clock. Homestead line her parent! at the home of Miss Esther Done hostess at a luncheon on June 8.
Miss Smith, a native of North e'I
:Sunday afternoon from > to
The ceremony was performed by moved here seven ;years ago has I Carolina, fame to Homestead with Other present were Mn. T. XBleier
o'clock. Plans for the tea
the Rev. Randolph T. Blackford in been an active and popular member : were Miss Jewel Turner, Milt
Saint John' Episcopal Church of the younger act She received her parent fourteen yean ago. made at the meeting of the club Bertha Mill Hauaman, Miss. Helen
which effectively decoratedwith her from Homestead She was graduated from Homestead Monday at the home of Mr*. Geo. Bixler Miss Elinor
was diploma I Payne Mia
High School In 1953 and D. Ruehle.
whit and white School I Helen Daniel and
gladioli High Tuesday eve from Southern. College at Lake- Miss Alone
aiten. 'ning. land in 1937. Project for the year were die- Vercoe.
Mill Mary Dana Brown wa : The bridegroom Is a eon of Mr.
maid of honor. Only relative of and Mrs. W. T. Watkins of Plant Mr. Ledford Is a ion of Mr. and LIBERTY
Mn. R. J. Ledford of Rural Han.He REBEKAH LODGE ENTERTAINS
the bride and bridegroom- City and a brother of Mrs. T. B.
neued t the ceremony.The Grantham of Homestead. He attended wa graduated from Rural Hall LODGES FROM MIAMI AND COCONUT GROVE

bride was lovely in a navy the Plant City school and High School, attended Appalachian -

blue and white ensemble with the University of Florida, and 1 II College and I II now Associated Liberty Rebekah Lodge of bekah Assembly of Florida; Mrs.
navy blue accessories and a whit I now manager of the Grantham with the Wilson Lumber Co. of H omen to ad entertained the members Ida Carr, inside guardian 01 we

rosebud cortage.Immediately Seed Store In Homsetead. Rural HaIL .1 of Palm Rebekah Lodge of Rebekah Assembly of the state;
after the ceremonythe I A breakfast for the wedding Mill Smith has been teaching: Miami and Coral Rebekah Lodge Mr. H. B. Beattle, assistant conductresi -
young couple left for a honey party was served at the Gauzens home economics In Rural HallHigh 'of Coconut Grove Monday evening of the Rebekah Assembly
moon In the mountain. of North home before the ceremony. School for the past two yean. I'in the L O. O. F. hall. |L Lof the state; Mr. Edith Bran, noble

,............I.............,.1/............................ Program numbers were presented grand at Coral Rebekah Lodge;
before the regular meeting.Mrs. Mr. Evelyn Tuttle, noble grand of
The Calendar
:MRS. CINA STEWART AGAIN INSTALLED
I Lloyd Dolts sang several Palm Lodge; H. B. Beatty, grand
.... .. .
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PRESIDENT OF HOMESTEAD W.
C.
B. P. solos to accompaniment played by representative of the Sovereign
June University Club tea for I IMn. J. D. Redd. Mrt. Ceo. X. Grand Lodge and past grand mani -

Mrs. Clna Stewart who has J. E. Gauzens; recording secretary, senior girls of Homestead and Reed gave several readings including i i ter' of the Grand Lodge of Florida;
Redland at home of Miss Esther one composed by Mrs. Lena and Claus Grinold, grand senior
served as president of the Homestead Mn. C. H. Steffanl; corresponding
B. P. W. C. for the past secretary, Mrs. Lloyd Deltz; and Done from 1 to 4 o'clock. Brickley in honor of her daughter,j warden of the Grand Encampmentof

year was again Installed a* head treasurer, Mn. Chat. Clinton. June Townsend Club meeting Dr. Irene Shanklin, and musical Florida. Past noble grands,
of the club at Monday night' Mn. Stewart recounted the In Neva King Cooper auditorium selection were given by Robert also, were Introduced.
meeting In Hospitality Houae. Dr. club' accomplishment during the at 230.: Capllnger, Harry Hill, Robert I I Dr. Irene Shanklin presented

Adelle Hampton came down from past year Dr. Hampton and Mi*. June 5.-Business meeting of\Grubbs and Gene Hunt. j I gift to those on the program.
Miami to Install the officer and C. HagUr Rice gave readings. Homestead B. P. W. C. After the program Mr*. E. S.1 I Other present were: Mrs. Ida

Mrs. Vine Betterley, state president A pot luck dinner wa served. June Sf-Meeting of HomesteadB. Capllnger wa elected financial Carr, Mrs. Mary France Swan,
came aim to give a report of Present were Mrs. A. C. Easton P. W. C.atSp.m. secretary and was installed by the Mr*. Emma Myers, Mrs. Cassia
the recent state convention In Mn. B. A. Waldln. Mn. flora ,district deputy president, Mrs. Bar- I i Withers, Mrs. Naomi Ettea, Mrs.
Sarasota The national theme for D. Myen, Mn. Roy Chandler, Mn. June 7.covered dish luncheonof bara Hendry who was assisted by Elizabeth BIrdson, Mr. Ruth Richardson -

the new year, she said, I II "Busi J. F. Hammett, Mr. Virgil Lyon, Legion Auxiliary at home of Mrs. Ethel Vandercar deputy secretary I Mrs. Branch, Mrs. Ruth
ness Women and Democracy." Mrs. Betterley, Dr. Hampton, Mrs. Mrs. Frank B. Rue. Mrs. Ethel Culm, marshal, I Buennagel, Mm, Hazel Sunderland,
Other officer Installed were: Stewart,.Mrs. Delta, Mn. Stettanl; June 7-Meetlng of W. M. U. und Mrs. Alma Klopple, chaplain. ''Mn. Kate Kltcbel, Mrs... Ora. \gas*

tint vice-president, Milt Anno Mn. Qauzeni, Mr*. Rice, Mrs. circlet. It was announced that a memorial i.Mrs. Sarah Jane,Storer Mrs, Dais'Chronlster / '
Lee; second vice-president, Mr. Clinton and Was Lee. June 7.-Covered dish luncheon service will be held In Palm Mr*. 0. C Radford,
of Legion Auxiliary at home of Cemetery on June 11 to which the Mrs. Carrie McCulIough Mr*. I. PT:
Mn. Frank B. Rue. public is invited. The Dixie Canton McLean, Kr!. Harry D Wolfe
KEDLAND CLUB TO PLANT MRS. FOULK AND MRS. KINARD
of the Patriarch Militant of ,Mrs. W. D. Mahan, Mrs. Blanche
ROYAL rOINCIANA TREE GIVE: DESSERT: BRIDGE PARTY June 7.-Legion Auxiliary cov-
I Miami will assist the Rebekah Chapman, Mr*. Florence Pacettl
A royal poinciana tree will be I Mrs. H. K. Foulk and Mrs. R. R. ered dish luncheon at home of and Odd Fellow at the cemetery. 1 I I Mrs. R G. Moon, Mrs. R. W. Mul-

planted. by the Redland Home I Kinard were hostesses at a dessert Mrs. Frank Rue. Guest who gave short talks 'Una, Mr*. Cora Belle Grinold, W.

Demonstration Club on June 30 at:I bridge Saturday In the Woman's June University Club lunch- were: Mrs. Hendry; Mrs. Fern B. ,Y. Bush, E. S. Capllnger Chat.
covered-dish luncheon Club building. eon at home of Mr. and Mn. B. I
> meeting, Amrofield, treasurer of the Re. Wither and W. H. Culm.
at the home of Mrs. Seymour Mrs. a J. Elliott won high score M. Hindman.

Dane, the members decided at Fri, prize; Mra'T. J. Faust, the second June 8. -Meeting of Redland
day' meeting, A work meeting prize; Mr W. R. Anderson, thee Ladies' Aid. 1ft_ DIUG STORI t j1MU4
will be held on June 1 In th third prize; Mrs. H. Schauberger, June 8.-Meeting of Woodmen'
Church. the low core prize; Mrs. Frank Circle at home of Mn. W. D. Coker.

Achievement Webb, tile cut prize; and Mrs. H. June IX-Businesi meeting of
day report were
given, and the achievement day C. Nichols and Mr*. Webb, the W. M. S. THE DIXIE DRUGJACK

prize, cake and grape Juice, won floating prutei.. ) June IS.-Meeting of Homestead
by the club for having the best Others present were: Mn. Russell Home Demonstration Club. POLK HOWARD JOHNSON
stunt, was served at the meeting. Horne, Mn. J. D. Perkins, Mn. June 20. Meeting of W. M. S. HOMESTEAD, FLORIDA
Geo. D. Ruehle, Mn. Elizabeth circles. Phone Sf and 111
Those present were: Mrs. W. Fucha, Mrs. Frank Skill
Mn. June JO.-Meeting of Woman'
D. Mahan Mrs. J. A. Rotherham, Preston B. Bird, Mr*. Curtis Mon. Club of the Redlands. 4 or,size Sa"i-Pcd
Mrs. A. W. January, Mr*. A. E. roe, Mr*. Paul Reynolds, Mrs. E. June 26.-Meeting of Jennie
Barnes Mr*. E. A. Carter, Mn. J. F. Garretty, Mrs. Ceo. M. Frlck. Lobdell Circle. Foot Powder VISIT
D. Wysong, Mr*. H. J. Armstrong, Mn. Howard Lamb .
Mn. A. M. June 30-Covered dish lunch
Mrs. Clifton Cowman, Mrs. Jones, Logan, Mr. S. J. Lynch, Mn. M. eon of Redland Home Demonstration 35A rarlrrltale', .
Mrs., Nellie Carter of Miami, Mill F. White Mn. E. B. Blackburn, Club with Mn. Seymour : lIuna1D&,.... OUR
Eva Rotherham and Mia Margaret Mr*. Geo. L Polk, Mr*. B. M. Dane. JUlUut

Delaney. Hindman. Mn Julian H. Webster June 30.-Redland Home Demonstration -
s'xrrrtad
Mn. Henry Johnson, Mr*. W. K. Club meeting at Dane
WOMAN'S CLUB BENEFIT Walton, Mr*. B. J:. Gatlln, Mrs. home. AdbesMeTapNaerye..t.e SODA
IS WELL ATTENDED Tom Llndaey Mn. Frank Bailsman

Mr*. B. J:. CatliA and Mrs. ILRuegg Mrs. C. J. Parman, Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Reynolds and

were hostesses at a bridge Marty Cesaler, Mrs. Ceo.N. Wake. sons. Gen and Paul, were dinner .' 5 0 .Stay.. w both.FOUNTAIN

party sponsored by the Woman'sClub field Mn. C H. Denby, Mn. W. guest of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth 8......
of Homestead at the home of R. Bird, Mr* W. E. Rheney Mrs. Senior In Coral Cable Sunday.

lira. Ruegg Friday afternoon. Claude Campbell, Mn. Robert Pint she Fitytfefti
Glenn, Jr.. Mrs. Robert Heater
Mr Paul Reynolds won the high ,
core prize; Mrs H. K. Foulk the Mn. T. J. Skier, Mn. E. A. Buchanan NW Itt HIl50f

second prize; Mn. M. F. White, Mrs. Lonnie Hood, Mrs.
tits low score prize; and Mn. Joel J. Robinson Mia Bertha Nil The am" LUNCH
Henry Johnson the floating prize.A Hausman Mill Emily Josses and 1011 Without
color scheme of pink and Miss Pearl Whitaker. IoritIIIb.nNd .

green was carried out In both r DAILY
MRS. FEED REDD HOSTESS
i I\x-wt
and
\ decoration refreshments.
TO CLASS ON M
FISHINQ
: Present besides those named TRIP
Mrs. Fred Redd her Fly Swatter
gave Service
were Mr*. Elisabeth Fuchs. Mrs.
Clan a successful l :30 to 1:30
T'.'.1. Faust, Mr*. Preston B. BIrd fishing trip to
Mr*. Grace M. Smith, Mn. E. FGaWty. Long Key Thuriday. A'Nn9unala
Mrs R. J. Elliott. Mn. In the party were: Lynn Irwin, P / O-wl j
Robert Kuhn, Jack Rucker, Mar tng.,
CWo. D. Ruehle, Mrs. R. R. Kinard,
lowe Jacobsen, Warren Morris
Mn. A. 0 Cain, Miss Pearl Whlttker Stevie Btondo and two special, Tee ears mile snaps' wall low 9 inch Rex LpourcanNonet

and Dr. Ira J, Hayne guest, Men Morris and his lot ejtor, R Los Us gives a a ,
son,
i Victor. fiMlta Paeans w._ Ifs t ICE CRUSHER Fate Powderw

MRS. KIRBY HOSTESS ea.r w lanes sad bets kWf
TO DORCAS CLASS Mr. and Mn. A. D. Fogle were I at .. ..... We rsonmmsndShellon AIJ '!'he 11"ne .- ()
III ;
JWrs. T. E. Kirby waa hostess to dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs Thor mtaae Creqalcnole 'h IIt way to tIIat....dwl2l7

tht Dorcas Class at her home Fri H. Bird la Miami on Sunday. W./I Wave i en" Ice. All aha. ..

day. Mn. Bert Andrew conducted *i tent __ thus MlftwO C_ I
the devotional -.u.s I skk an our W P t sN.a
i iI Leonard >V. Haakln I =

I Present were: Mrs. Charts .......... ..,. ....t.....aGLASSES .. mice's' BCAUTV i ..a. Thai twang pwosasdod by ae
Martin, Mrs. Julia Polk. Mrs. ,-.- ........ asrs q It you at DRUGS doctorrattly as
t
Waters Mrs. Z. L. Lawrence Mrs. [ j 1 PARLOR .? lout

I w Trn/mrfci/ "'ftcrtQJ *?- i aeek NWOL..re. UM4 IttCrvr Atom"-A" fl
i e' :1 .. .. .
Smith, Mr*. Andrew and tar+...rS Trr II P_ _
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If" 1939- -r'- to'r:



Friday, June 2, LEADER-ENTERPRISE _Page

>y the new president who said :and the scout shows them through

RECREATION that he already had in mind It. II

I things he would like to see accomplished I In the fourth act Suzanne ,.',

1'1 Social Events J Ji (Continued from Page Ont) and among these were the Brown presides at CoL H. W. John-
I continuation of work on the Hon'i Royal Palm'Lodge and tells
moat ot the ether teacher now. to ground and the erection of bicycle tM family of 1.l 'wWeffT"Tfir: :

operate the equipment sheds. I I mother Is burned when she goes ,.r!

i I. The association hM administered The opening numben of the to Investigate Jelly\ malting but I ;,

I RAIN' OK SHINE CLUB If. F. A. TO GIVE BENEFIT a fund of nearly five hundred program were presented by the scout (Ardel Parman) binds It up t '

MEETS AT PARMAN HOME!: I I DANCE AT COUNTRY CLUB dollar provided by the South school band and choruses, directedby with a portion of aloe leaf The t

\ At a luncheon given by the i I A benefit dance will be given at Dad Welfare Board for underprivileged Mn Margaret Mills and an- little dog, however has a sad end \

i members of the Rain or Shine >the Homestead Country Club Saturday children Free lunches nounced by E. B Blackburn, program for he I Ia consumed by a man-eat- 1

Club at the home of Mr and Mrs. I night by the Homestead and milk have been provided, and chairman. Pupil from Mine Ing plant.A .

C J. Parman yesterday Mr. W. C. Future Farmers of America to get defective eye, tonsil and adenoid Mary Jackson's, l>fra. Virginia chorus sang between act*.
: I
Money and Mrs. T. J. Faust were I funds to tend delegates to the conditions have been corrected. Edwards' and Mn H. O. Thur- Dora Scott directed the play,

honored with a handkerchief state Future Farmer'convention inGainesville The student aid committee headed man'i room In flower costumes and before the play gave a historyof

shower on June 20. by Mn. Preston B. Bird, also distributed made by the WPA sewing group i the origin of the Girl Scouts. '.

Those present were: Mr Carl Five different team from the clothing collected: by the lave a drill and song In which II Miss Dempsey Creary regional J

rjeden, Mn. Lee H. Lehman, Mrs. chapter-dlamondbalt. hone shoe Mont Club, had some of It remadeto three wee girls from Florida City I director, awarded badge a* follows >

Frank Skill, Mrs. Frank B. Rue, pitching, swimming, parliamentary fit children, and worked with starred Jean Anderson, Joanne : scholsnhlp Wilda Ban, ', .
Mr Pierre McDanieU Mr1. Helen procedure and quartet-will com-' the Christmas Cheer committee. Doxsee and Betty Lou Shirley. A I II France Foster Patty Robinson, s-

Heckler Mn. Julian H. Webster, pete in the district tournament 4. la the association1 fan sixth grade chorus sang 'Dream Suzanne Brown, Bellegene Bullard, \

)l.r-. JUMney, Mn. Faust and Mrs. Monday. ,It successful the team round-up and spring pre-achool land," and girls) from Mn. Harry I I Marion Edmonds, Betty OatUn, ) .,

Parman.IJLBURM. are to be tent to the convention. clinic 43 children received Immunization Cooper's room and Mrs. B. O. Ann Hlckson, Anne Rheney, Catherine j j
from smallpox, typhoid Dye' room In Uncle Sam costumeswent Shackleford Ann Shackle- { '

, NIXON HAS (FUTURE FARMERS GIVE fever and diphtheria Mr through t drill and formed a j ford, Mary Suber, Ortete Tarburg .<

BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION: BEACH AND THEATRE PARTY Jane Nesbltt, health chairman, has chorus for the three little Lewis ; camp-craft Betty Catlia, .'

and The Homestead Future Farmers made weekly Inspection and hM sisters who sang Ood Bless Wllda Batta, Bellegen Bullard, : j

,hamburger. A combined fry was tacky given party In honor honored the girl who assisted at secured correction for akin tooth, America." France Foster, Florence Nelson .'1

, birthday of Lilburn Nixon their banquet last fan by giving eye throat and nutrition defect Presentation of a pest presi Patty Robinson, Eloise and Louis "iii
the
of by Mn. H. Hunter and Mrs. A. J. a beach party and hay ride for Of the 27 pupil found to be In dent's pin to Mn. Archer was Robinson..,.Barbara Jean Smith, ""-'

Campbell at the home of Mn. them Wednesday. After a swimat need of glasses 15 were taken care mad by Principal B. M. Hlndman. Margaret and Betty Stillman, < "j
Surfilde in Miami Beach, a of by parenU and 12, by the P. T. An amendment to permit the: Mary Saber, Orletje Terburg foot "
I In Florida City Friday eve
Hunter hamburger fry wa enjoyed. Later A. from the welfare fund. Mn.Neibltt executive committee to declare vacant I traveler, Van and Anne Rheney, 'I;

ning. the group went to the Grove report 20 tonsllectomie the office of a chairman who I Ann Hlckson Athley Kemp, Barbara -
t Martin Bishop, Jack Catlln and Theater.In at the direct result of the clinic: had been Inactive for three Miller, Jolyne Mock, Florence -

Jimmy Schallern were awarded the party were: Miss Marjorie and Inspections, month and an amendment on Nelson, Ardel Parman Betty
.
,prize. for the tackiest costume. Conner, Miss Eleanor Sullivan 8. The association ha operated policy were read by the acting Gatlln, Frances foster, Marton j

Games and dancing were en- Miss Nina Bullard, Miss Clara successfully Its non-profit cafe- secretary, Mn. C. J. Parman, and Edmonds, Suzanne Brown, Wllda

joyed.Present. Belle Stuart Miss Edna Forte and teria. It hat secured from the adopted by the association.The Batts, Melba VanWlnkle, Betty
besides Those named
Effle school board two much-needed high school attendance Bailey, Grletje Terburg. Mary
Miss Mae Waters; Gee N.
were: Mr and Mr. Virgil Bird, Wakefleld, D. r... and Harry window, an additional link and award waa won by Mrs. E. H. Callaher1 Suber, Margaret and Betty Still- t j

I Miss Virginia Dorsey, Miss Edna Bowen Charles Mlnger, Richard some paint; It has purchased room, and the elementary man, Barbara Jean Smith, Dora '

i Forte, Mine Connie Hunter, MissesAnnette Bigfers, Leon Chambliss, Barney an Ice-cooled drinking fountain award, by Mrs. J. G. Wynn's room. Scott, France Rutland, Eloise and j

r and Jeanette Campbell, and J. T. Godwin, Fred Hobart, and other needed equipment; andIt Mn. J. R Byrum of the hospitality Louise Robinson, Patty; Robinson; i -,1
Miss Lucille ,
Miss Louise Pacettl, Charles Conner, Ronald Caves hat ordered a new kitchen table committee gave the report I life saver, Vara Rheney, swimmer J Jcook

l [West, Miss Sybil Cheshire, Miss James Hardy, Matt Ballero, Oscar and sanitary top for other kitchen made by Mn A. F. Arthur, chair and athlete, Athley Kemp; < .

!Nina Bullard, Miss Marjorie Conner Clonlnger, Wade Smith, Virgil tables and serving table. Com- man, which said punch had been second class, Marlon Edmonds; '

I Miss Loll Carpenter, Miss Bailey, Elbert West, Harry Hall, mercial confections and candy served at all meeting this year,|gold attendance stars, Mary Suber }
I
Kathleen Freeman, Miss Bernice Louis Blondo, Raymond Roberts were taken out of $he cafeteria 'except two and that the hospitality '1 and Ann Hlckson; silver attendance ,

r i Aillne, Noah Peterson, Herbert and Norman Ernst. Mr*. Russell Anderson, cafeteria committee had assisted In stars, Betty Bailey, Wild Batta ;,'
.
' Harris, Buddy Forte, Theodore chairman, reported, because of the the giving of school parties. Marion Edmonds, Frances Foster, "

. Knowle, William McMIchael, MRS. SEIFERT HONORED complaint that children bought During the social half hour she Barbara Miller, Ardel Parman, tI.
I Charles Little, Thurman Conner, ON HER BIRTHDAY sweet Instead of plate lunches. A wa assisted In serving punch in Anne and Vara Rheney Don '

Truitt Bullard, Joe Harden, John Mn. T. C. Seifert was honoredon detailed cafeteria report will be the patio by Mn. J. M. Forte Scott, Patty Robinson, Barbara r ,-+
i Walton, Roy Martin, L. B. Sermons published In the local she
her birthday, May 25 by a press Mn. Jesse Gossmaa and Mr. Jean Smith, Margaret SUllman;
: Raymond Roberta and Martin -
group of relatives and friend from said. Harry Hall. musician, Ardel Parman, Fatty
,
PrItchard.
.. The association sponsored a Robinson.
Miami After an evening of
I : games, refreshment were served large and enthusiastic claw In psychology I Mary l Sober: was awarded a "my

I KEDLAND CHURCH PARTY1s Present were Mr. and Mn Sel of the Individual taughtby DRAMATIZATION\ troop badge" for having renderedthe
WELL ATTENDEDA Dr. Nancy Meek Haln of Miami.
! .. fert, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Davis, Mr ,I most service willingly during
"games" party was held at the This das wa open to the fennel 4
!, t home of Mr. and Mn. Frank Stm- and Mn. :Ralph Been, Mr. and public, Mr*. Wakefleld. study the year. Marlon Edmonds was >Si
(Continued From PIP One) given a prize tor having the best
Mrs. Charles Lackey, Mr. and Mrs.
|man last Friday evening under the course chairman, reported.
put Mary, the chimpanzee (Ardel notebook. f
Jack Stallcup, Mr. and Mn Ernest
t 7. The
[sponsorship of the Redland Com- association has provided
her act and The scout will leave Tuesday
Parman, through
Sellers, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence
material for in the
tnunlty Church. MX Instruction!
'' Those present were Mr. and Fine, Mn. Eva Ogletree, Mrs high school Jimmy, the other chimpanzee, to spend a week at Key Blscayne '.

,: '11.... StlUman, Mr and Mn. H. J. Lena Bechdol, Mrs. Jacque Nilson, t. It equlped a rest room tor (Jolyne Mock), through his joyous I II
Teddy Bechdol and Junior Bech baby stunt A spider monkey I Girl 12 Injured ai Car
> Armstrong the Rev. and Mn. Ceo.i high school girls end It hat cared ,
I i Deuel the Rev. and Mn. C. G. dol. for the laundering of bedding In (Barbara Jean Smith) and two Ojf Knocks Her From Bike '
the uncaged monkey that roam
, Nelson Mr. and Mr*. David Kuftldt I both the rest room and the elementary I i
, NINTH GRADE CLASS ENJOYS free In the jungle (Anne Rheneyand
Mr. and Mrs Ootch Kufeldt, school clinic room weekly. Virginia Wood, II, daughter of
Mr*. Clna Stewart, Mr*. Anna PICNIC MEAL AND MATINEEOne .. It provided the magazines ,' Bellegene"Bullard) scamperedIn Mr. and Mn. S. O. Wood, 109 S. 5
the
"trees.
l ,' Messenmlth, Mn. Geo. W. Turner, I of the ninth grade classesof ''1 the high school library and anew : In the second act Athley Kemp I Flagler avenue, I Ia uttering I fractured
Sr, Mr*. Ceo. W. Turner, Jr., Mn. Homestead High School enjoyed dictionary. It bought readIng ankle received Saturday <
tell the history of Matheson hammock
I M. A Baker, Mn A. W. January, 'a picnic luncheon at Matheson tests for the high school and when she we knocked from her .
and to four
explain girl
. Mr*. E. J. Moore, Mrs. Lloyd Deitz, ,hammock Wednesday then went to medal for speech contest It had bicycle by an automobile driven :
who are lost In hammock (Marion
Mn. Ida Eby, Miss Eitelle Turner, I Miami to see a matinee. On the the school piano tuned. 'Edmonds by c. H. Shaw tn front of her
\ Miss Emily Engel Miss Frances i,way home they sloped at Matheson 10. The P. T. A. cooperatedwith Betty Bailey, Mary home. She wait treated at thePost ;
Suber and Ann Htckson) how the
, Soper, Misses Merle and Martha ,hammock again-thi* time for a the Redland District Chamber Graduate hospital.READ r
I coconut tree would-If need be-
; January, Misses Myrtle and Mar picnic aupper. of Commerce by printing a
: garet Cason, Misses Katherine and In the party were Mn. C. H. Fruit Festival premium book, having :furnish food, drink, shelter and THE WANT ADS

, Alice Lopez, M. A. Brownlow, L. I Steffanl and Mrs. Russell Anderson a P. T. A. day at the festival, (clothing; how the eocoplum would
furnish food for three months and
;
f 0. Ruggles, William and Thomas room mothers, Mia Emily and distributing to visiting members
I[ how the cabbage palm would fur- CHARMING GUEST HOUSE
Jones home teacher Mn
Mulleins, Lincoln Cason, Adolph I room of the association hundredsof
nish food and medicine. She
Lopez, Frank Orlfict, James Brandt ,Fred Redd, Florence Nelson, Louise baby mahogany trees and cro- Larne Cast a..westeak"
,, aad Jack Marshall. Pierce Ruth Polk, Teresa Redd ton cuttings. It contributed ten warn them. of the poison wood, ....... iswAIRS.

t 'Esther Rucker Evelyn Sykes, dollars to a Townsend Club project ,however.In W. A. SCOTT
i WOODMEN'S CIRCLE I'Doris Thompson, Grace Torclne, It joined with the Redland the third act CatherineShackleford I" Cb.wa.s Pro"A.b..al.

I. !TO MEET THURSDAY i Geneva Venn, Melba VanWlnkle, P. T. A. In' holding two union I toll the family the .. N. C '
history of Royal Palm State Park
Kathleen Freeman Betty Kilburn,
,
A meeting of the Woodmen' meetings to promote community;
Circle will be held at Die home of Q. Lowe, James Nesbttt, David friendship.The I

4?.M11I'. W. D. Coker Thursday night Roberts, Charles Robertson, Paul "looking forward" part ot TROUBLESTOMACH

, .when Mn Abbie Horton, state Rue and Charles Steffanl. the program was a brief speech DR.R.S.AKERSDENTIST

manage, will be present. Since -- I I
[
[business of Importance will be disguised The Redland Ladles' Aid will Stillman, Mn. A. W. January, Mr*.
all members have been meet with Mn. Thorn Brewer i ) treatedby
M. A. Baker Mr Oeo. W. Turner, Effectively

,,asked to. be present Monday.Present at the business meeting Jr., and Mr*. Brewer, J I Office HaUl I a. so. te I .. Chiropractic

till and Mrs Ray Fleming were of May ,21 were; the Rev and Sandats f U IICleeesl
', dinner guests of Cspt. and Mrs. Mrs. C. O. Nelson, Mn. Gem E. i Saturdays "start retting wen today"

*,'Thomas Gifford in Coconut GroveOn Deuel Mrs. Anna Meseenmith, GLASSES I

Sunday. Mn. H. J. Armstrong, Mrs. Frank II Free Parking Space Dr. R. Elliott

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Ten THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday, June 2. 1939

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xo7 lAti nr TAX ClIT'F" a 516t.. taxes> lor At years IM to lest both ..- NOTICE: OP APPLICATION '0. 1 NOTICE OP.' BALK Apallcau OP TAX N. CKTin.CATU. ..
CAflO .. .. .... tot I. Block f. Pas.bu 0t Pk Book I. 14.It. TAI Dim. Flto Illll ITM
......... I and IMt, amounting to that Mr.. Gltdr| Notice. to booby Nixon Shut, TflKOUORCB
"Q Notice fc ktnor siren
........ a. bony s/r.s that. THBODO.V'.AILIY. Pan ITT. Th tow to k. toM at* ovt.ini.d 1 to II Block It. Hachmda Park.Th BAILEY has filed with M written
S ban "11.4. with .s wrkles W 40tthew kr Certificate No. IMI of late and UIM tt a* told an o.8d.o.M kr OorUfleau = balder es 'T'N: ..! the UI certificates together yga.mthat
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they ton contractions taselbs trap oil tmotn ..- law the roan IMI to I.... No. toil af IM* and nrroataUii Daald all
Inclad- both .... _... to /14.61.isitM01A.MNMCorLotl6Duels. lost ._. bald ,441. dated the lot day 1 AosustA. 'Subsequent omitted or head axes Including
guk-ftarnHwd. .. Itvltd toM ""*> for the plan lots to -
ad. D. 1m ban sped w'" C.otifksto I. ., th* roar 1MI bald kr the BUM kt advor.UtWand .
r- r IMt ktld kr UM lute a* sal for at told U the klghMl/ .bidder for
loe: l"t.Mll *" ban .o" Rustication with
CTiM aad tow a. IRS Missing bidder for 7. ....-. Plat Sock 1. Pan 111. Th* ; Block 10 rl.cl.nda Park dead a amus 'h_. M _......... with ,a. provmrd br Charter 1UM, of the IMT
twh aa pwvklrd br Chooser I_. of th.1M7 .. : axes U k* "M>M ara *./....*.... kr Cwtlf..... The axes U at told ... Evidenced br Or- .taw said OrttttraU; mbncM tk* following AcU of the LgllMun. upon the following
...... ol .K. LMblatun. apou AM ,.. No. toil of IMI and rnroMnu texas for '1.'I tots and rtpnttnu described proprtr. situated. to DtdtCountr described real I Samoa la the County tt Dad.
towing described. ml ortau In the Ouattof that roan 1W; le IMt, both Inclusive, toxin u IMI botk 1 In- Florida towltlLou I Bate of Florida towllUnnumkMvd :
Bed. Butt of r-lorUta, to-wlt .ownallnl to III.... ../... amounttag to .'01.... Tract ...
H........ Park tl ft M Block '. HlalMk Park Plat a. .: Plat of 111\
tT Block M
LoU It
lAM I and 4. plcf-laln' luk. Plat Book Lou 17 and It Block I. Plnriiant Addn, Th. to ....told vUtno.d br OrUflcaw 1* ta the County of Dadt, of Newport BIt *f 8W44. (octton It.
Ito 5110 oar an Owl' Plat Hook II. Pap ... Th tarots to k* UIto No. Wit vf an IM and Bate of Piwldit Township IT. Ronn II PUt Book II,
tut.Ortlflnu, IMI an* sold ... nld. Moa kr Cwtlf.... No IMI Itll npnnnUUi both la- Th* .r.esswt of Mid property under, Pan M. oonulnlng 'f.I ...... non II'
npn *u, .....mountl51.... IMO to 1.10 of lUll and represents Wu for the years for the year.to IN IM.u t*. the Ortlfloau I..and was In the Rome ofUnknown ..... Tko axes to hi Sold an ovMtwod brclu.lv.
Both ...,..,.*. lu 111 71 loll to I.... batik inclusive, amounting Mno .1.ive.Lot ..amounting. W. D. H....... Add The taMU Unl_ Mid OrtlflcaU Ihall h* 'C.rtlfk.1. No. 7006 d sl" and represents
Lot II, 11<<:1.1.'. luh. PUt Book IP. .i*. told ..!do_ br Urtlflcato No. nd .m.4 according. to tow ... d"d will Ism, for lb. Penn 1099. MC .
.. f. The UM U ... told an *vl.avnc.d gas ft dNWi\of sN% b*of an and UIM for the brat thermos on the Tlk dar .f I.... A. D. ., amounting U 519.60.
kr Ortifie.u No. HUM of IMT aadnpntvnu aI/(4( .4 Section II, Township, Rally* 064 11 ItI'* represents both ........... amount. I.... Lot 14. T...", '. Adda No. I. Plat Book
.... for the ream lltl M IMt. .t. _..1.1.. IT A0na. awn or HMO.. Th nan to Itlt Dated tall Ird dar of M.v A. D. till 1. Pan III Tht b* add an wl.d.and .
bah lnch.lv. amounting to It 40. .... to ka sold ara ovtdMmd kr fertlffcauN. In*Lot to 47 117 W.IH' D R....... Add The taxes E B. LEACHFRMAN.rbrk br CtMlftnu ;Nu:5: : 151 of lost and
tat IT McCtalnt Buk. PUt' Book I, .. 177. of 11. and rwownu UM for b told.. tvldmtd br OrtlflcaU No."I' of Circuit Court r.pr....,.. anus for Uu Pear 1HO to Itlt,
Pin 4.ll'ht UM to k* told m* *vld.aoodkr Ik. roan tat to loll. both Inelatlvo.aaiouotlnf 1 II *of fail in and rapr..tnU UM for th* Dads Coo..,. FloridaClnult both 1..1...... amounting to 111.71.
CTtlflcau: No. .M> ..I ItHi and wpnMUM to '1.11. both facilities amount, ( Court BnllBr Loa to and 61. T.._'. Adds No 1,
lose
fur DM IMt to 11*. k UM roan Lou I to .IT. N C. ITCRRETT. D. C. I. Paige 12S. The teen to ka
.. "Ir..t. 144 ML -tou. Park Plat Book II Pan M The mg Lot U II.II Block Fnnd'i cod Addn The (Mar I. II, I*, Ml JUM I, 111 Ud ... ........*.. kr Ctrtlflralt No I1M
u i and I, :: t. Htuk Diamond tow aold ovldoaood kr tortlfkaUNo axes to kt add .1, evidenced br OrtlflctU of IMI and ....._.t. axes for tht years
Park. PIM Hook 7. Pan 111 The ax" tobe IMI of It2t and nor...nu team for and UIM for IMO to I.... both lBclu.lv. .mounting M
No. MTt if IMO
NEW .. by C.rt/fa.to No. Ik* livers IMI to IMt birth ... .. .. npnnnu 690.44.Lot.
the lilt to 111* both Inclusive.
Sold 1 r.1.; "re"nts texas f theCE7 amounting to 171 II. ._nan.tI. to III.II. list both lnelu.lv, amounting to 171.Tl. 10, Tatum Adda No. 1, Plat Book
wi lost. both 1..1...". '_0." Lou 11 to to. Ulork 1, Hacienda Park, Lot Add The Lot II, Wtlbrldn Addn, Pint Book 1, I. Pan 121 The arm to k* sold an, ovkdmord
.u.... Plot Book tl Pin 10. The UIM to a* axes to I"J':br OrtlflctUNo. Pan 47. The Una to kt told ... ..,. br Certificate. No list of Itll andnpnnnu
M. Y. W.I....'. ......., Plot Book *. told an Evidential br OrtlflcaU (0//.. ItMnf .*TT of IMt and npn nu MUM for dcMtd br Certificate No. 10IM of 1M7 and axes for th. ran load to 1MV,
Pan IiThe UM to a* told an ..I. and UIM for the ..n for the lots
lots monorails > the lilt to IMt both taelu.lv. represents UIM nan u Itlt. both lnclu.lv.. amounting to 167.IT.
dinged br OrtlftMU No. 1611 of 1114 mil Ml to lose, both lnelu.lv.. ._.tI.. to .uatlnf rears t to .11.... both Inclusive, amounting u 13* II. Lot II, Cimpb.ll. Addn, Pint Book 1.
npr...... team for the Years IMI U IM. 1116.48. Lot T. Bit.h .. Ir...'. gad Addn. The Lot I, ....'. A... Addn., Pint. Book .. Pan I... Th. Ui. u k* add an .vldtnord -
both ...1....., amounting to HIT]. LOS :|. Block 1, Hacienda' Park. PUt imam to kt told an vld.notd kr Ortlfloiu. Pan 174. Th. taxes to ba sold an ..vl.dtnttd br Certificate No. I4M of late and
Lttt 11. I ... I to 11 Block t. Bonr" Batik Pan 10 TV.' unM to ka told invhUand No. 1171 of Itll and npnotnu UIM terthe br Certificate N.. TOT of IMI and represents tniM for the nan loll. Itlt,
..... Plat. Book II. Pap 17 Th. axes t* br Ortlflenu. (0//.. M4I of ItM IMO to ItM both Inclusive npntntt taM for the nan ItM to lose both Inclusive amounting to 121.14.
h* wild ar. avkhiKad kr Certificate. No.I and ........... UM for the nan IHt to _nan.title to .10. both lnclu.lv. amounting to III.01. Lot 81. Ctmpbtlll Addn. Plat Book 1,
MI of IMT and UM for th.nor. both ...... ... _.It.. to M tT. ..... Book I
rpnrU lilt Lot I. Block I. F_d's end Addn The Lot 4. Knows Addn. Plat Pan 114 Tbt UM to b* old an ...-
ml to 111, both lMlu.lv. tmount.Lou Lou M to W. Block 1, Huniada Park. UM to kt told an *vlu.ned kr OrtlflcaUN Pan 174. Tk taM to b* sold an .vldinotd drattd br Cntlflrtu N*. MM of lilt and
so ".10. Plat Book ti. Fin '0. Th. UM to kt IITI af 1011 toad represent axes forth br Ortlfl.au No. '.71 of loll and npn..nU tout for the rosin 1M9 u III*,
II to It. Block I. ...... Ink. Plat told an avMoaotd, br Certificate No. IMT roan IMO to ,.... both taclu.lv nnntttu tout for the years 1.10 to IMt, both ...1..1..,. amounting to 117.II.
Book II. ?... 17 Th. u.a> to ba told an of lots and nprownu Ui" for the nan imounUng to ".11. both lnglo.lv., amounting to lit 41. Lot tt Fr.. """II., Plat. Book 1. Pan
wld.wa.d kr OrtlfxiaM. No. lOtll of loll IMI to IMt, both ... .. .*. amounting to Begl.l/ftadNECaratZofNt% Lot 7. Block T, Downer Palms Addn. No. Tl The taM to ... told an ..Idem... br
.nd ....-. axes for the room IMI UIM .1. of NWU of 1W14. West M ft. I III ft, .. Pat Book 14 Pin tl The town to kt OrUflcotu N... ION of Itll and npnttaU.
both IlKlwIra, amounUng to III4I4 Lob Ir.P.Block 1. Hackmda Park Plat E M ft, M fit ft U point of begin, Section told nn tvmViiotd kr Certificate No. TIM awns for the ran ItM to IN*. bulk la.
LoU ( Ml. Block I. Burr l.k.. Plat Book .* M Th* UIM to k* told tn I4. Towwhlp IT touth Range II But.ontalnlng of last and ...-.... UIM for th* year olu.lv., amounting to 114 01.
Book I'. Put 17 The UMa to ka told an ..101._ kr OittfkaU No ItM af IHt Jt Aona, mar or ..... The IMO to IMt, both Incluilvt. amounting MIt Lot I* WtlbrUn Addn, Plat Book 1.
OTldnon kr Certificate No. ION7 of 1117 and rtpnotnU, UM for the years HI to axes to kt told ovUtnotd kr Certificate .IT. Paw* 47 Th. UIM to a* sold. an tvl.dvnMd .
and _...... ..... for the Yeah lolt, to 1011, book Inclusive. amounting u 17.71. N. I7H of ItM an tad "nu boxes forth Lot 11 Block T. Dower Palms Dlvlttoa.No. kr OrtlflMU No. lOMt A 1117.
IM.. back 1..1....*. nmounUng to I1MOI. Lot I, Bbxk t, Hacienda Park, Plat nan IMt to Itll npn, both. Inclusive. t. Pat Book 14. Pan II The UM, to and nproMnu axes for the roan lot to
LoU t to la, Block I, Born" Ink, Book tl. Pin '0. Tn UM to a* sold amounting to 140.II. .. told ... vldnnd ar Certificate No. I.... both lnclu.lv./ amounting tt IMll.
PUt. Book II. Page II The towilli to "'lOld an, .......... kr CtrtlflnaU. No. IUI of ft Wilt of oft IOIM cf IHT and represents axe for the Lot It. WalbrUun Adds, Plat Back 1..
ar* vld.n....d kr Certificate Mo. IOWI afIM7 IM4 and riprmtiu UM for the rnnIMI ofNE.1 W5I4 of IWt%. Wet 41't _..15494 IMI, both laclu.lv. am".t.hot Pan 47 The UM to at sold an *.i.dmotd .
and represents team for the pan to lose both latlutln amounting to B 111 ft, E 41 ft: N III ft to point af Ing br Certificate Na. loll of 1MT andnpnnnu
IM la III, bah Inclusive, amounting to Sit 41. begin. BMtlon II, Township IT South ..... II Block ,. Downer. Ptlma, Division UIM for the roan IMt to Itlt,'
flU& a'M I It 14. Block I. Hacienda Ill Knot wnulnlng .14 Aor.. don taia.Th No. I. Plat Book 14. Pan tl The UIM Ua both taclu.lv. amounting to 111 M.
Lou I to It Blank I. ......-. Bob, Park. Pat. Book tl. Pan M Th MM, to i UIM to kt told an evidenced kr or Lwtlflcato told an ..Ido_ kr CrtlfieaU/ No, Lot '. Blank t. 1t.1..'. Addn. PUt Book.
Mat Hook II. Pan '7. The fall. U ka told b* sold an evidenced! br Certificate No. No 1711 of ItM rod 10M1 of 1127 and .......... UIM fur the I. Pan IM Tk UIM to W told an ..,.
... .._. kr Certificate Ma. 1011 ofIM7 ItM of lose and npnoiau Issue for the axes for th* Fero Sill to Itl*mismanage. both In.ilualva nan IMI to ,.... both laclu.lv., ...os.t.Im Mod kr Onlftcau Na Site of loll and
and pram axes for the nan r..n 11., both bylaw, amount."Lou amounUng to '..It. $0.23. npn .nu UM for the nan 11 to lilt.koth ;
IM to 1MI, bah ..... ... animating toIIMH. ISISIT Oslo II ft I and 144 ft Wort of ME Cor :I*. .II" A..... Plat Book I. Pass laolu.lv amounting to 14.17
!to:II Block I, HncUnda Park, of KS of NEU of NW of IW"i. Wort1H 216. Th axes to ... told an avldtnctd br West U Lot 41. HUIr Add*.. Plat Book
Lou II U II. Block I, Borer Ink Pill b.. to. Tko UM to kt ft. I 111 ft. B: lit\61t, N 11 ft to Certificate N.. 10111 lln" sM tops 1. Pan IT, The Una, to kt told. an tvl..
Pat Hook II. Paw 17 Tko UM to ka sold told an ovUtoneod br OrtlflcaU No. MOO point of ....... ....... II. Township, IT ..UM for the year i i.lu.lv lots to 1111. both I. dewed br OrllflcaU No. ITM of IMO and
... evidenced kr Carllftoau N. tests afIMT of IHt and npnotnu tow for the nunin South Range II Fast ........1.. .I* Acresmore / *, amounting to $* II. npnatnu town for th* roan IM M "'.
a4 represents tow for the r.... to IMI, both /.. .. .*, and lilt *r tau. The Sense to b* told an Sol. Lot II. Hall t Adds, Plat Book I. Pin both lnclu.lv amounting to M.M.
tool to last, bah tarlu.lv ...'.tI.. too mounting to 117.IILu Mead kr Certificate No. 111! of IMt and 110 The UM to b* told an vldtno.d brOrtlflcaU Lot I. R. L. 11_. end Addn, Plot
.1....16I II and 14. Blork 1. Rwanda Park, represents UM for tko ISIS to Na. little af lot' and npn..... Book I. Pan 111 Th taut to fc. told
to 11. Block 4, orrri' .u. Plat Book 28. Plan It The UIM to kt IMt. bah lncli.lv. amounting rears .II.Bogla town for the nan 12 to 111*, both In.oluolva an ..140.. kr Certificate No. 1044 of
Plat Book II. Pan IT The Uu to k* 5011. told an ovkhnni br Certificate No. Toll at point 11* ft E of rw"Or offt I amounting to IUI.14.Lot last and npr...... axis for the roar
are *rU>a aa kr Certificate No. lo.ll W of lose and i.ui'Minu texas for the years II. Hall Adda., Plat Book I. Pin 1010 to IMI. both inclusion. aamutlng to
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SKI and r.pro>.... tow for the yan ,HI to Itll. bob lnc.lo.lv., lad late and :.\t' ; y..r.:. .:.w 4 'R.d1us l : 10. Tk .... to b* cold an *v......... br 121 41'
lead to IMI, both latlu.lv. amounting M logo amounting to II.... 410 27 a dteUnoa of In., Ortlflctu No. 1011* af 1M7 and npn nu Lot: U. Block I, PlMhunt Addn, Plot
.....". Lou 11 to 14 Block I, ..= Park. to Eset af West \fo' of : NEtt tow for the nan IMI to Itll, both In. Book 11. Pin II The..... to kt wild are
Lot .. Block M. Tow R_....... Plat Plat Book II. Ilan 10. Th to kt dSW H, Tk I to 8E (.md 'W"\ro Swill, .ilu.lv, *, amounUng to '"_II. evidenced br Certificate N*. Ill of IM*
limit 4. Paaa II The UM to k* sold an said an widened br OrtlfleaU No, tool af NE of BWH Th Wort to kt. LoU I and I. Block 1, Merck Hjm..It- and _.-.... tow for tnt rn IMI to
.tdia.id kr Ortlfteato No 1 01 II af lea of lose and npr. .nu taiM for the years tax II, Township IT ....th. Range It East: Division No. I. Plat Book II Pin M. The IMt. both 1..1...,.*. amounting to 114....
.. wuroi.nu Ua*> for tha r*>ra IM U1MB. IMI to Itlt, both Inclusive, and IMI, The ...." to ... told an widened br Or.llflcau town to kt told an tvldtnord kr Certificate Lot II W. D. Horn.. '.b., Plotit.
bah .. ../.*, amountlnt/ to lull amounting to .i. ." 11. Ttot of IMI and No. Illll of lilT and npn nu team for 1. Pan lit The UIM to ko mild an ovl.dtnotd .
Ilea I bad 4. Block 4. It.I..'. AddnIMI .. Lou I to ... Block 4, R....._ ,.rk; for the nan llta to loss nprowiuUM bleb In.'wlv. the r..n IHI to Hit both lnclu.lv kr Certificate. N. 1101 of IMI aidnpn
Pat Book 5 Page 116. The tam to be Fiat Book 28. Pan ... The taM to kt ., amounting to Hill. nounllng to HIM ..nu ..... for the roan Itl to I...,
sold are we by Cortifite, Me. 6871 Sold an vldoaeMl kr Cootl'..... No. loot E M ft nf W.l III ft of M its ft atNWM Lou I and 4. Block 1, Morris Horn-It both lnclu.lv., amounting to $6.10.
., I'" and wwpra..go tones for lb years of logo and npnunu UM for the nan of NEU of 1t Ur MI sod DI...... N.. I, PUt Book II. Pin ... The Lot It W. D. Horn.. ...... Pint Boot t.
to 1..... book ..1.nm....-.. .___n _.tI._nn__. to Itll to I.... both taalumlva. and IMt.amounting kM begin at NW Cow >Lot tli'I. W.- Camp, UM to M sold an widened fcr OrllfbaHNo. Pan 121. The axes to kt add an ovl.d.ncd .
I1IU. to III.M. btll't Addn. to HooMMotd N lot ft. K: Illll of 1H7 and npr tnu UIM forth br Certificate No. 110 of 1..1... ,
tou f a.4 '. Block 4. t-tart: Add... Lou 1 to 11. Black I. aoltada Park M It for p. O .., Tk B: It It. B 10* ft, nan IMt to ..... both 1..1..1., npn..au tow for the nan ItM to 11*. .
Plat Book 1. Pan III The taM to k> Park The arm to W told an tvld.no.l Want 10 ft, N lot ft to ... O. B., Solution II. amounUng to III.40 both lnclu.lv. amounting to '..n. i
gold an xrUoaord kr CortUkiaU No. 1141f kr Certificate Na. tool of IMt and npn.nu Towmhlp IT ......... Range M S..I. Th Lot 7. T...", '. A...... .... I. PUt Book t, Lot U. Tllo...'. ........ No. I. Plat. Book
IM4 and represent tow tot the roan UM for th. nan less to lost, kotkInclutln. UM to a* told an *vtd.n.od br Certificate. Pan lit. The axes to kt told an tvfc 1. Pan lit The toxin to W add an .... ,
JOBS to I.... both lnclu.lv*. ._.11.. to and lost. amounting to ........ No. I4M of IHt and npnxnu UM forth ......d br CorI"..... No 10701 of lilT and don... br Certificate No. MM of IMO and
$1.1 tn. Lou I to I. Block I, Hacienda Park The years IMI to IMt both lnclu.lv. npn..nu 1._ for the Noun 121 u lilt represents tow for the nan IKI to IMa
Lou I* and II. Block 4. It.....-. Add.. UM to ka told in evidenced. kr OrtlfwnuNo amounting to 111.II. bah InclMln, amounting to '.'.71. both lnclu.lv, amounting to 'U7..
Plat Book I. Pan IM The Ui.* to k.MM 4004 of IMt and roon..au toxin for N74 % of arotlo.1S. Lot. I and 4. Block I. BarbtrAddn Lot 71. Ta......i Adda. No. I, Pal. Book
\ are xrhknovd kr Certificate N 1111 the JOBS to lost. fluids ........1.. and : :hl4.r :: --.l4i. Pat soldan
non . toss Book 4. Pan II The UM to kt II. Paso lit The UIM to ... Sold in "vldncd -
I d IMt ad nproomu Uaoi for the roar 11*. amoaaHn U HIM.LoU being N\it d Lot t. blank '. M. L. D. C. nnrattd/ kr Certificate. No. Ill* of br Certificate No. IMll of ItM andrtpnHiU
I til to IMt. bob inclusive, accounting toLM I to 17. Block T, HatlMda Park. The UM to b* told an ..Ido..... br OrUfwaU HI and represents UIM for the Yours i UIM for the nan 1929 to IMt
) 548.63, Tn team to kt will an vln.neod kr OrMfkau No. Mil 1 logo and IMI to Itlt, both Inoluiln amounting to Doth lnclu.lv., amounting to III.17.
II rod 14. Bloch 4. Ewlart: A"" ... No tool of IMt sad ropnotnulUIM for the late to IMI npnwnttUM koth In- 111.... Lot Tl Tatum Addn No 1, Plat Book
J, Plat Book I, P... IM. The u..* to to for the rings IMI to loll, both In.lu.lv. elusive..mountlue roots to IBI.tl. Lot I Amd. ft Est Plat of Neville platlook 1, Pan 121. The toxin to ht told in tvl.idtnord .
Sam are .._... kr CtrtlflcaU No. lilt .. and 1M. amounting to lit 01. of NW(4 of BEH of 5W%. Sclloa 14 Pin M Th* takes to bt told i an i, br Certificate. No slog of IMI and
i { of fees and rpr*>*nU tame for the FORM LoU II M 14. Block T. Hnohmdn Park. 111' 17 South, Rann It Seat, being rrkknutd. br OrtlflcaU No/ IOTII of IHT represents UM for the Sinn ..,
IMll to .. bolt liMluarr*, Mwuntlni I to Th. UM to bo add an avldtnotd. kr Or.llflcau tty Lot 11. black 5 M. L. D Co. N1 1 end npr..*nU taxes for the van IMI to I both lnclu.lv. .mounting to II rr.u.
'1:M'11. No. too*) of IH and ripr...ntUl /W % d BE:% d 'w%, section' 19. "". both Inclusive, amountlni to HI II. I Lot I. Block: 1. Titum tad Addn., Plat
Block. 4. *:.lns'. Adda. Plat for the tan, IMt to IMI, koth In. 17 Iouth. "ft" 69 Ras.. boas N Lot wit N I* ft. Lot *. Amd ft Bit Plat of M. look 7. Pan Ill Tht UIM to k. told in
Bonk .. Pan !>'. The .... to ... aold ar* ",lu.lv*. and IM*. .....1111.. to III II. I' block. 1, M I.. D. Co. The ton*,%u ... villa' plot Book II. Pan 40. 1w UM Ub 'I' ..Id...... br Certificate N. I77M of IMI
( Ovid ... or Certificate N. UM of IW4ml Lou I to 14 Blurb I. Hacienda Park. told an willed kr OrtlflcaU No Mil told an tvldtaotd br Ctrtlflciu No. and rvpr..cnt. taxes for the mar, lit to
represents toaoi for the rvr loss loIMt The Ui" to b* said an ov/dewod br Or. of UM and represents toxin for the Mil of IMI and represents tussle for the IMt, bob Inrlwln. amounting to 14 ...
both J.ch lv., amoontlnl to III.(4. Uf/wto No. IO07 of IH and ran I. '
rvtr.nl.UIM Ittt to IMt, both lnclu.lv. amounting tolltOII nan ItM to Itl, both Inclusive, amounting LoU I to 7. Block 1, Tatum I Colored
: .: Lot I*. Block 4, Lwlnci .Artdn. PUt' for the pea, litt to IMt both to.lu.lv to 111.II. Town Addn. PUt Bonk I. Pars '2. The
book I, Pan lla The UIM to k* cold anOVM.IM *. amounting to UM" II. BI d ass d Sit% of IW% section Lot ,. kt rJ It ft.. Amd. ft Bit Plat ofStvllla 'I '*M to ... told an tvldn. ..d kr Ortlflctu.
: ** br Certificate No Years of IW4 Lou I to I. Blurb. *. Haclonda Park I., we I, mouth. Range I9 East, being PUt Book 16. Pan 40. The taxes No ItO of IMO and nprnxnU, ...- forth
kxd raroi.nU U>M for the; IMI lo Th UIM to b* cold an tvldtncrd kr. Cnllflcau 1 lit Lot 14. Block. I, M L. D. Co. The to h. told in widened br Certificate No. roars l3t to 10... both (.. ..,
I.... both 1..1..,.., amountlni/ to 111 M. No. Was of in* and representlaw UM U k* mid ... *.toBO d kr OttlflcaU IOTM o| HIT and "......... taM for the mounting to lit.71.
,, Lou II and II. Block 4, Ewlivi: Adda. for the Piece IMI U JOBS, both In* No I2MII of IMI and represents UMfor nan 1021 to Itlt, both loclu.lv., amountIng Lou I and 6. Block t Tat..... Colored
\ \ Pat Book .. Pan IM The u. b .1.... amounting to HI 04 'Town
to *, the MO to IMt both lnch.lv. U $61.01. Addn. PUt Bonk I, Pan '!. The
MM oro.IJ.a>.d *r Certificate, No tnof Lou I ta I'. Block 10. H........ Park amounting nan to MT.11. Lot II, Amd A t.tUI of S"111.| Pat' HIM to kt told an evidenced kr Confiscate
; !1 IMt snit nvrounu UM fof lh years The UM to bo aold an .vMraotd kr Cow 856 d BW% et BF.it of 1W%. Boctloaam Bonk II. PKgt 40 The taM to b* mid I In i No. Itnl of IDIO and npn..nu laws for
t last to 1980. both lnclu.lv, amounting to UflcaU' No, IOOB of lots and nproMnMUIM Will, IT South. Rome It Fact, bolos ..,........ br Certificate No I07M of 1017 i the r"Tl It2 to I'''. both lnc.lu.lvt
I t 114 51, for the ran ItM to IMt, both In.lu.lv SSsofLotlb5lochaM.L.D.C.. The and teammate axes for the nan logo to .megntlm b '11..'.
t Lou II and K. Block &. Lln...ln Park amounting to IM 14. taut to kt told in tvtdoaoid kr CortlflcaU IM*. both likelm1., amounting to lB' Lot T. Block I, Tow of H_" Pat
Adds, Plat Hook 4. Pan IM The UM Lou I to II, Block 11, Hacienda Park No. III of 11115 and .......... UM for TAKE tl aid II "...d. ft Eit Plot of I Book I, Paw I*. Th. a.to fct sold anvldmnd
; to k* add a.. vM.aonl kr OortlflcaU. No. The ...- to b* aold ... cvMtaetd kr Or. the room IHt to ,.... both 1..1...... villa. Plat. Book 11. Pace '0. Tht UM 11'1 br Certificate No. MO of 121
loan af lost and mromu UM for tk.pran 1111.... No/ 1010 of IMI and movements mounting to I 40T. bt toM an Exhumed kr Certificate. and represent. UIM for the years 1K toIMt
\ 18ft to less. bolt lnelu.lv.. aoountTjfi team for th* room in to Itlt, both la.lu.lv Bald tax orrtlfleaUl _.... with all 10771 of 1017 end represents UM for both .IncBlock ... amounting to IStll
I7lnd .. amounting to ....tl. subsequent emitted ar ....... UM will fc> nan IMt to IUI both lnclu.lv.. amountIng Iwo 4. 6. Town of Hom.Uad. Play
If. Block 1. Llatoli Park LaU I to .. Block It Haotaada Park. sold to the Making, bidder at the Court to .7t. I Book 4. Pin II The team to bt Wit an
....... Plat Book 4. Pan IM The UM Th. UM to b. told an tvliHUMtd kr Or Houw la Miami m the Ill dar of Ju.. Lot f AMU 1 lit PUt of Itvllla I Plat widened kr OrtlflctU No. M2T of Itll
.. ka oM are avIdMcod kr Cmlflcato No llflcu:* Mil of IHt and r.ti rw.nto task beginning at th* board tee .'.100.%. Book Pan 40 The UM to k* told tn and npnunU UM for th* r..n lose to ,
Soup af IMI and noMntt UM for thor UM th* nan ISIS to IMt, bedsa.. .. ..., mt at exists thm,... an 1M make ............ kr Ortlfwnu. No. MOI of IMt I' 11191. both ,..1..1... summation to MT 41.
J. 1981 to legal birth toil"lw* .-. lu.lv*. amounting to '1. ". mar .. nachrd la din __. and represents UIM for the years IHI to Lot I, Block I, Town of H_-..... PUt
I 1 .. $26.12. LoU 1 to a. Block II, H....... Park. Daud at II...... Florida. this UM ITtk IMt bob lnclo.lv.. association to ... ... Book t. Pin II. TW UM to kt sold. antvldiaotd
16. Block I, Lincoln Park Adds, The bases M ... told an ...Ido..*.. kr Or tiny of May iti. Lot It, Amd ft I... PUt' of Itvllla. Plat hr OrtlflMU No. Mil of lost '
7 Pat Book t, Pan IM The UM to k.aW stiletto No. Mil *f IMI and npnttnUtea L B. tEATHr.RMAH.CUrk Book II. Page 40. The axes to kt told tnvtdra and npr.na UIM for the nan II to to
are *.......... kr CoHUkoto No. IMtoflMI for the own IMI to IMt, both In. Circuit Court, kr Certificate N",. 10771 of IMT IMt. bob lnclo.lv., .......ti.. to 171.II.
I and norwnita taxes .... .*. amounting to HJ.01. Dade Coo..,.. Plorma, and rtpr...... UM for the nan trite to Lot 'I- U Pore tnd sub, Pal Book
JJ* *" l f. both Inclusive. s.ountlsM Lou to 14. Back II, Hacttada Park.Tk. (Cinch. Coon toot loss bah ,..I..t.., amounting to UK.1*. 4. Pin The axes to ko sold, an tvt.donMd '
.,. tow to k* told an vuncd kr Or.Uflnu Br iNO. PENNO. O. C. Lot II, A.... ft It... PUt of ...111.. PUt' kr Corttr..... No. eggs of last and I
Pat Lot Book U. :'P".J'. Lincoln Park Adds No. Mil of in and npn"'.au Published Mar ,.. II ; June I. I.... Book 1*. Ptn 4t The UM to kt toM tn npr rau taM for tht r.... tu to ItM,
IM The toM to k. axes for the yea n IM to 111, kotk to..lu.lv e.ld.ae.d br Certificate N.. 1077 of let? I both lnclu.lv.. amounting to til M.
**W ar* ......._ kr Certificate No. low .. amoantlng to IUI.I*. .
and ... ..raU UM for the nan IMI to 'Pllk U. rntl Ind sub. Pfd' Book I II.
t of IMI and ... Uioi our tko roan Lou I U It Buck 14, Hacienda Park NOTICE nt 8ALB OP TAI CKBTIPI. 1989. both 4.0.8,.. awkeuUns a Tht tam aoM an avb
ItM M ISIS, both llKlu.lv*, MMvatlM to The UM M kt toM an tvMtnnd kr Or.tlftnu LATE ......11..11.* N.. Sate Loa 4 a black I 0..m.ro. !16 dra.d kr Ortlfloau & .5577 of itit andnnnMnu
M>IT. N.. Mil *f IH and npnatatiUi Notice It kmbr ./... that THEODORUB: Pat Such 4. 7is;; 97. 4b. to.. a I UIM for this nan Ittl to ItM
Lou IT and It, Block. t. tlncola Park for the p..n in to I'''. befit av.lu.lv BAH.IV hat filed with m* wniun, names in wlds.d br Ortlflmu No./ 10711 of bah 1..1....*. ._.tI.. to '"11.
1 A4., .MeachIdu..d.. Certlflsa6tax" and IMt ._.tt.. to ....... that the Ul rtlflcM. _how with .11 lot and _....tu UM for the roan I BaM Ui tortlflnua swathes with allukngotnt
to ko aoM kr Lola 1* M 14, Block 14. Hacienda Park.Tn "OMII.M Emitted *r ....... tow Including lots to IMt. both ...1...... anomalies tol emitted or ...... tan will ktwld
loin of IMT and represents UM for tko awns to bo told an ovldnctd. br Orllffcnu the Mar IMt. Md kr the Sax a. advw.lloW IIT.IILota to the klgktrt klddr u UM Court
r r nM 1924 to IN" both 1..1....... _.... N... Mil of Ittt and npnatnuUBM ; tad told U the hlglMol ktooor for *uhaa II and I*. AmtT I... Plat of g..111a .. "'"w. Ie "'."'1. on the Ilk dar of ...%
.IT.... for the room lit I to It... bah .lt., provided ar Chords MM, of the lost PUt Book II. Pan 10. The UM to lose k.Inning. at the maker of It a/look
Lt I art t. Block .. LlMol Park lu.lv*, and I.... ._otl.. to III.Tl. AU of th LoiMatun upon the following be said an wldesod by C. ilfksar No. a.- or an soon that% mr an tike -
t a....... ... 8. Pan IM. The team I Lou I M .. Block It Hatttaua ParkTk ,, described ml ortau ta the Canny of Lade, 1'1' 01 1508 and rwpr..na ass fan the : any .. marked to din soon.
to .k* coW are .vlo..nnd kr Oortlftcoto No.Ml amt M ka Read an .vta.n *d kr OrUflrau sate of "......., to-wHt roan ISIS to IMt batik tatta.lv. ._... Dad at 1I1."I gk Farlde. this .AA 1151 !
.f late and roprMMU UM for San No 4011 W IM* and npr *nnUM I, Tatuta-l Cwond Towa I.. to lit.!*. do d II.,. I'S'.
MM loss to IMt bosh faMto.lv. aoMak : fw the room int to lama, boa .Ian.be: t--t.t: -. Fan tl. The toM IVt at b I. Commm Addn B. S. LEATRERhUN
.. .. Big.... 54./vs Md IMt. estimating to III.M. rvM.nco.br Corllftnto No. Pigs Suck'tI':. The teammbeyuljan I clock. Circuit fcowrt, r
a''j.: t, Utwoln Park Lou 1 to 16, block la. Hacienda Park. '117 at It" and P"_to fox" ow 1M ......*.. br Ortlflnu Ii... I.TI'-rf > C.ssy. riW-fc
.. IM. TW Uaotto I. The toa. to kt sold an tvl4.n..d kr Orllflrato Yea's 1509 to I... book. loolwlw. s.otul IHT and ........... taM for the ran IM ,Cln.HC rtl-l
ka mad ar* avM.acad kr CoHlflraU No.1MM i No. mall of Ittt and rim raa.aw lot: It.TT. to IN. both ...1..tv*. aa .untlng to 1ST II. "' mOo nInIO. D. 0.
of IMI and ravnorat. tow for tee taxes for the rwn int to ItM bah tot: W, Walhvtan Adda. Plat Book I. Lou I Block 4. Ommtrot Addn. TukllMl Mar I*. II JUM t IM..
IMt to IMt book /.. ....., ._... '.Q. sod 1039 ..wwtln6 m 111.54. Pan 47. The too. to kt ..... an *vldmord I. PUt Book, i.- 97. The taM, to kt told I
, roe. 117.la, I be 10. block l I7. Hwtesd Perk,, ar Cortlflnto No. long of IHT and in vktonnd kr Ortlfl..u No 170 nf
Lou II to It Block t, tliMol Park The towto be mild am aw'd...... by CORN1ltlesto niitounu bum for the roin IMt M last.a MT and npr..rau too.., for the rn lose
Add. Plat. Book 6. Pan 11. The UM N., ..II 1 ISIS and both .....I..t... s..o.ntime to ....., to IMt, both lielnlvo.. amounting to IM 10. DR.M.A.BERGERDentist
a .. ka Said an avUkwcod br Certificates No.M4 / tow for the rvan 1WI M ,.... boa ... AM ... .... t 1.ft Lot II. Walbridge laid Ui MrtlflealM tonthtr wltk .11
ya .. mt ItM and numerate tow fur them chri.e Act task amounting to Itl.II. Plat bo '. IT.-1r. UM uW .........at omitted or ....... UM will W I
IMI to IM. boob ladiHlv*. MmatnJ Law U U I*. Block IT Hacienda Park., sold an wkUaord kr C .... No.MM old to the' highest" bidder at the Court
r bu **.a0. Th Eaton to ko cold an .vlo.and kr Or. af IM* and rtpnanU. tow for talk How ta MUrnl. *n the fob day *t : ..
IT II H. Block I, Hard Park Itlftcal. No. sale af Itl and npr .nn, run IH to IMt both tariwlv aawtial- IM*, krlnalng at the hour af It .'.......
Add*., Plat Book .. Pan IM Tko UMto town for too _n IHI U IMt. bulk ta.JuBlv lot 141.It. .. m. or .. anm thereafter aa Ih* tarn
a* aatd ar* *.IcIo_ kr OrtiricoU No *. and : to Ma.lt. : 14, WalkHdn A......, Plat Book 1. -P be .wMd a Office Hours : --4:30
Iseet af IMT and rrprooMM UM for the LoU 1 to :\.I.' Hartrnda Park.Tk Pan 47 The MM to a* toM .... ovt.donool Dosed at klUml. FtorWaT. thin UM ITIk'E.
roar* lass H less, book IncluMvt anwalWo unn to b* wan an vld.nonl kr ton, he Ortlf.... No. 1MM of lost andnanoonu day d II.,. 11011. First National tfinH I(
tai al"a.- IKtMto No. MIMV id less and "Flooringsfor UM for the ream IM to IM.. .. LFATHrRHAKChrk I
Lou tl a .l 14. Stock I, LI...... Park the seam IMt u IMt blab ta. both. tarltouv amnesties u I M MUu Circuit Court. Building .
A....... Plait 15..1 .. Pan IM. 1U UM [.Iwl.* aad .IM. amounting tolMIt. IT and M, Wanrldn .._.. Plat Dad. Cou.tr. rlor.....
r to k* add ar* aildior.d kr OrUrnat No, Lou M*> ... Bmrk U Matkradn Pnr%, Rush 1. Pan 41. Tko taM to ho old .'s (Crnue Con l.ll OPTTI trtnlnn
br
**4* of IM4 and n.ro .au tow for th. The tow tt a* told an he Caw nl.innd kr Certificate M*, total of lilt D C Appointment
pears IMI to IMI, kotk tudnova .wwS. ask.to N. Hill of Itt lad represents I aad nanatau UM It* Ik.* nan Its to publish Mar tt'r1'i*. I





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Friday June 2, 1939 THE LEADER ENTERPRISE _ mire Eleven_


t loaf to task both hMlmlva. amaun ; IN TH Mrcrna;: EI.EVENT I '
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in* M I1M.1I.Lett IS AND POR '
F. LEGAL NOtiCES ta to tl, Blank 4*. ClmbrU. DAM ('OU"'TrLO.ID.' .. IN CP1A1t "' .
La... Pint Bork M, Pa*. 4*. tSe M- No. ."41. CLASSIFIED ADS
M ba odd an ......... by Oelane.M. N.tll .. BUtANOR O. B. BBTANCOCRT. : I
XOTWE OF SALt OF TAX CFRT1F of iwn and repreaeaiM ttna for lilt I, ,Hralntlff, : 11I
CAT ,1 I..1ioII No. t*.. yean 1M7 u IMI, both iruluilve amotwIn I- RCARLOS
Notlca' Ie hereby stems that CITY 0. to III*.11.Lett AtriAZU BETANOOUIT. i RATE: First insertion 10* a line; subsequent InitrUoMH
H'TH MIAMI, FLA bed filed with lobweDw 1 to !7, Blond 1$, Cnmbrldn UwnPlat .. Drfoadant
I Income that the' Un oarttflratither Book to. Pan 4*. The taxes to told It appearing br affidavit appended to> a UM
with all lubMqnent. omitted ilevied an evidenced hr Certificate No. 11'40 'the11 filed. In the above .to,., cause that. I : \
ages Including the rear 111, held of lass and repnaanM tuna for the rear 'CARLOS AIPIAtU BETANCOVRT. II... I
w the BUM be adv.rti.e4 told U Ute 117 M IM, both ...1_.... nmouatlni t. Defendant therein named la a _-_lde..
bud. bidder for aaak andy bi .. .2...... 'lot the Sutr of Florida and k a reald-i et III FOR RENT I* a nice combination and one "
(::11.IU". d the 1967 "'" d the Loto II to M and 14 M I*. Block tl 1. ,lot Colon lIe .....i*_ .p the following dawrlbeMMM Cambridge ......., Plat look S*. Pan 41. or mora particular raaloanoa oIlo' \
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la the County 'of Dado, BUM dW.R The' taxes to ba Add an evidenced br Cot !defendant hi unknown bad that FOR RENT -Fh..room untuNnlshed well located and certainly bar.gain. "* I

tlflcaM No. 11114 of 1S and _.....to 1 pur Oueaa state af Florida the aorrnof I house. Mr*. Mary Doyle. H. A. Cameron Phone 73. .I .
Low I 18 1. Black I. Cambridge Laurie. axes for the yean IM7 to I.... both Inelu.lv In CIII101" 0 who l ;
Plat Book t 0. Pun 4.. The lease In .b. *, amounUn to 14.411. would such Dafandant sad thai kt islover I (j2.lt Homestead Fla. ()2-1) '
sew are ............ br CertlflcaU No. Stem Said tan certificate together with all the an of twonlr*>na roara. .
*ad ... .... .ubeeguent.omitted. or levied tenee will b. I IS THEREFORE: ORDBRID that soldbopmaidDefendant ;!:FOR RENT-FurnUhed two bedroom I FOR SALE-Her* art three par- :
toll 40 1W".both lr.clu.lve smoundngle .old M the h..-....' bidder at tha Court be and ko la hereby !
.U" Rates In Miami, .. the *th day of Jura. rewired to appear to the Bill of complaint bout*, alto furnished eels away below value: A two- "
r Lou 7 to Id, Block I, Cambridge Laws. 11, beginning at the hour of 10 .'.Iook filed' In raid< eauaa on or .before 11_,. the I il apartment Retionabli ran &. story; home with 12 rooms f
Plat Book I.. Pun 4*. The' Mien U .b. a. m, or M man thereafter .. the earn Ird dar of 1.1,. 1131. Otherwise tha allea.tlon. ..
told an evidenced by Certificate No. 110af may be due eoursa of said bill will ba taken oa Oonfaaai All conveniences. Reduction to celled, two Inside toilets, upstairs .'
111 bed represents axes for the rears Dated' at Miami Florida, this too nUt .br aakt Defendant. right party br the year Eva balcony; should rent for
1K7 M ..... .both liMlu.lv*, _..II.. to 47 ot May. IM. i It hi further adored that ordar' ko anb.fishing il Collins Biscayne drive and Federal :
''..1&. B. B. LEAThTERMAN, earn a week for four aoeieeiuli. I $360 per year. Only $1,230 cash. I
..... I and S, Block. 4, Cambridge Looms. Clerk Circuit Court. I-ko I. the L.odooEstrnynYo. a .wI Highway.: AU taxes and liens paid. .f ''I
Flat Book 2.. Pun ... The axes M h. Da40 c.u.q ........ ._ .hll.hot I. old Comely red /atw 1t
said an evidenced br Certlflcat. No llllaf $ (C..II. Court BessBy 1.i This Mar 96. IMt GOOD cool for rent 20 LOTS In Homestead mostly in 1
IMI and npreaenM SOON for the roar JNO. FEN110, Do c. I 1 B. B. LEATRERMAN.C.n.H I roomy apt Downer Palms No. 1. Many have /

1W7 to IMI, both Incluilve, automation t. 1Ib11a1i may 11, t0) June S. ( Court sJalT Clank Coast Private bath reasonable rate. sidewalks. All of them for ir'4 I :'

ilLote: i I to 1. Block. 4, Cambridge Lo.... Br R. H RICE' JR Deputy C....... Ask at Western Union. (mlTtlj) 12,500. All taxes and liens paid. 1!
I Plat Book. to. Pan 4t. Tha .... to NOTICE OF BALI OP TAX CERTIPU H. PIERRE: BRANNINOrnllcttor
921 70 ACRES
drive
[ .old are rAddrw.. by Certificate at CATU. AppHcatloa Na. 47S7NoUea far Complainant UNFURNISHED S-room house on Biscayne near,1,
ot IMI and repreaenta ta_.,.. the roar KPuhl..k..D.u.. JW. a. ?. II and In Redlind. Light, water Modello one mile east of )
< la Karabr flown that M. P. WALKER
]art M I"%. .both lnelu.lv ameuntiafj M
: .baa filed with s. written roauea a Brooks, Inc, Phone 78-B. road only $25.00 per acre. f
LeM 11. M. stock. 4. Cambridge. Uwiu, that the tan aertuteataa tocathar with all NOTICE Phone 72. H. A. Cameron Home 1i
Plot Book t*. Pan 4*. The Mien u lI >. subsequent. emitted or hrrlod these Includlav : OF APPLICATION FOR .
Fla.
aoM. an evidenced by Certificate No. IllllI the roar IMI. bald br the BUM, ba aderthed I TAX DEED FOR SALEFOR stesd 11t
of IMI and repreeenu ages for the Pears and cold ta the blcneet' bidder for i'I Chapter I7IIT-Act. af IMI-A llll
lion M IMt, both Inclinlva, aaMuntue tlK each aa provided 1 kr CliapMr HIM, of the NOTICE HEREBY OIVEN that Heir MISCELLANEOUS
IM7 Acts of the Lawlelatura, upon the ( Do Oraco holder. of SUM and Coontr Tom SALE:-Outboard motor.

LoteS; to I and T to 14, Bleb I, Cat.I .. I lowing doecrlbed real estate la Use I Certificate No. till issued the Ird dar of Neptune B h p., alternating fire
hewn Lawn.. Plat Book tO. Pan 4S The of Dado, BUM of Florida, ".1'I 01.1. Anituat A. D. IMI. aa. mofftoa. IF YOUR CAR OR BOAT engine
I Wes to ba aold an evidenced br Certificate Lot I. Block. a. Downer Palma No. and has mnda ,fl''u.:7.I n ta: Run less than 20 houn. Buying wastes oil and f.
I .. IU1I of 1HM and top..... .... tot Plat Book. 14, Pan !L The taxes ta deed U ba issued ...._.. SaM Cortlflcalembracee larger motor. Ted Oldendort, gas. toy 1.14;
th* yean 1MT to Ipmouutrnr. "*, both 1".1..,... :1:1N. sold ara avid.need br Certificate No. IOUI '1' the following described. property OVRHAUL. Takes only 30 minutes ,
to 111..... of 1W7 and ...._.* awes for tho roaniKM !. the Counts of Dnda. 8UM of Fkxldi P. O. Box 426, Homestead. (J2U) to install saves oil and ,I
tot 4. Block 1. Cambridge Lawn, Plat : M lilt, both /nctalra, amoontlna U j',fc>wtt( gas fIjI
Book M. Para 41. The ages to bo old anevidenced $9 IL Let It. Block I. Olympia H.""", Pat FOR SALE-Budded citrus trees up to 80%. Increases compression
br Certificate No. hold of IMI Lot 1. Block S. Downer Pah Dl.. Mo. t. Book I' Page 9. I. the o..nll': III 1Ia... and Costs U5. J.j
and repneeata team for tho Seem 1111 u I Plat Book 14, Pan a$ Tha 'axes to be said ..... W 1o.1da. ready now. Isle of Pines gf. I tpeed. only $

JIM, bob ...... .., amounting to II.... are aotdMiaed br Cortlfloata No. IOISI ol I II TIM assessment III mid --'P and, Persian lime, Temple and'Jaffa Red Thurman's Service Station
lab I to S, Block. 4. Cambridge Lowest, 1917 and repraantt taxes (or the years I the sold. ....Irl...., booed w. I. the Sam. also So. Krome Ave. Homestead
flat Book 10. Pan '1. The ages to ki I mi ta IMI. both inclu.lro, amounting M, aaeeUnliaa. Nettle DooId. orange, kumquat Ready j
toll ara evidenced kr Certificate N. 1111of $9.77.Lot. mid certificate ahall he redecme.wcordlnt a now unbudded seedbed plants of ps23)
ISIS had iiuiieinM toes for tko roan I Id Block. 4. Downer Palm. Dl.. to low the property described _
mT M 1MI, both inclusive, amounting oI4S 'S. Plat Book 14. Pan.. The taxes ta therein will ba sold to the hla-hrat bidder lemon and ft. also large stock SEE AND BUY at Shanklin Varie. ,;
M aold .N o.,ldono br Certificate No. Mo.j It the Court boom door on the fiat Mon' 4 In. eallper. Ready in Aug.
Lots t to tl, Block 4, Cambridge La..., of lIlT and ropreaenta taxes for the ,. day III the month of July. 1..1 .*.* 10 I and Sept. pink seedless ty Grove, Welt Florida City.aTtf
flu Book to, Pan 48. The axes to be 121 M ..... .both Inclusive, inonntlne the Ird day at July. 1989. gt< ) 'I
KM are atUoaonl kr c..u,.... Na. 1 IBIS. II.'" Dated i lilt dar of Mar. 1111.B. I' Oneco tan., Valencia, king, pineapple ,'(
of Ml end rrproMMa loua for the rest Lot 11, Bieck 4 Downce ... Dl.,: I B. LEATHERMAN and naval (the
1.J7 to 1 M. both ln.lu.lva' amounting la I. Plot Book lb ;.g. 11. The axes becold Clark of Circuit Court, orange WANTED .
1100.40. are oridawaed br OertlflcaM )I.. IOWItrf Dada Cou"q" nWMfcBr juicy: sort). Roberts Nurseries, '
Loa'l to II. Block 9, Cambridge I....... IM7 and movements axes tot the mra ([C.r. .....t Court Ball I Roberts
Dan M.
flat Book. $0. Pan .& The axes to ba JIM to I"'. .both IDeI......, _.U.. uLota N. C. BTERRBTT, B. 0. Prop., EpmoreDr. rVANTED-Painting or carpentry J
Kid ara avldoaecd br Certificate, No. !tale (June t, .. It. 9. IMI) H mt e:of Krome Rd. work. Price reaionable. Corbet j
taxaa for tho 11 and 11. Block 6. Dowser Palms
of IMI and nprownta Tara
left to II" both inelastic, amounting Mmill. Dl.. No. .. Plat Book 14. Pan II. The APPI.II'A--I I (m25-J 15) Smith Cor. 4th St, and lit Ave. J
team to ba sold ara avMoneod 'br CartlfkeU NOTICE OF at residence of W. B. Flowers i
Lou 1 to 1C, Block. It CambrioM Law,.. No. Mill of left and ravnwanu taaai for I TAX DEED CHOICE LIME TREES! on rough -
Plat Book. 10, rare 41 The axes to bo tha reara mi to lass, both /". .. .., Chapter 17417_Acta of llll-Pile. A n..., I lemon 'root Splendid root Koi&tstead. (U) ;
odd ara ......aoc1 br Certificate N.. till amounting to 111.11. 1 NOTICE: IS HEREBY GIVEN that Helm sys _
*t IMI and represents toaoa for the pests Lot $1. Block. 0. Downer Palma Dlr NoI. I DeCra.a holder of State and County tan I tem. 40c each. Chat Pratt.' TUTORING WANTED high
tort to IHt, both Inclvailva, amounting to Plat Book 14. Pan M. Th. taxes to ba ,certificates No. fill and llll, Issued the Redland road. (pm28)
167.00.' sold ara evidenced br Certificate No. HUM 'Ird dar of Auii t, A. D. llll, ,kaa Had I school and grade school .ubJe ta.
Ut I to t, Block It, Cambridge Lama.IPI .)l 1O7 and revnaonta axes for tho ones Rome ta mr of!,.., and kaa med application Mrs. H. J. Armstrong, A. B.
101 Book 10 Piss II. The taxes to ba 1824 l to IMI, both Inclualto' anountlae to ,for a Mm deed to he issued thereon. gildertlfiMMi SPECIAL: 7 acres good glade land, ,
tlold ... ovIdwUMl br Ortlflrato No. tll2fnf $0.5' _..... tho following daacrih.d 11 acres pine land with fair 4- Plummer drive and Country J
mi and npracanla axes for the peat Lot it. Block. S, Downer Palma Dl>. No. property, In the County of Dade, SUM Club road.WATCH .
!I. Plat Book 14. Pan M. Tko axes ta be room house all for 1200. This
i-IMI M,m>>. .both Incluahra,; amounting to I 01 Phenols, towltt ,
I cold ara avtdaricad br Certificate No. lliltlf 1
i Lot 14. Block '. Olrmpla H.l.hU. n
fcLu 4 to 14. Block 11. Cambridge tavna.IPlat I > left and marionette aces for tea Fears i aU"'L Plat Book 10, Pan S. In the Conn.r NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR DOG WANTED Site and
Book to, Pan 48. The taxes to ba I.[ Zl to IMt, both Inclualn, amonntlm ..I of Dan, SUM of Florida ai embracedIt TAX DEKD breed n. object Apply GtMl J
Kid ara nldaaead br Certificate No Ilttllrof 1.15.. I Cartlflcata No Illlt Th. aneaimenl of ) Cbapler 17117. AcM of ..... Pile A lilt I'
IMI and npncnta U.. for tho Boom San tax certificate tog. her with oil ,aid property order tha cold Certificate I.. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai WU. Hall at Dixie Drug Store and
121 to 1M.. both Inclusion, amounting UP > subsequent': omitted or 'hailed toxic will ba i''ned .... In the name of at... Nettle Dodd Ham and Florence" Holnird. holders af Statei bring dot. (pj2) .
0214.01.Lot. said .to the highest bidder at the CourtHome Lot 26. Bkvk I, Olympia HclKhta. a I and County Tom Certlflcaua' No. 4117 and
'I to U. Black U. Cambridge Lawns. > In Miami/ on the 4th dar- of June. lubdn.. Plat Book 10. Pan 1. la, the coun1 I 127. loved the let dar of Antuat, A. D.
Plot Boo 10. Pan 49. The Cosa to 1M 1111. brclnnlnr. at the' hour 10 ,'. .... of Dada, SUM of Florida, a. embraced In 117. hive filed a>ma In mr office. and ..
Bold en ..1cInood NV Certificate lick 11821 u ai., or aa soon thereafter. a. 4t. "me Vnlffe-.t. No It The aMontnent of MM rude application for t toe deed to be ......'I Home
.f 1926 represents taxes for the Pears nay .bo reached In due ...u.... ,property under the laid Certlflcau. issued thereon." Said Certlflealea embrace the ( Buy a
617 to !; .. both Inclusive. amounting I1"'L a Doted at Miami Florida, this the 17th wax la the' name of II... Nettie Dodd I lowing described property In the County of i
day a( Mar lose I I Unless mid Certificates .hall ba radWmHceordlna Dada, SUM of Florida to-wltl, I Buy Grove Land
Lou II to .1. Black 1t. C.mbridn Lawoa E. B. LEATHERMAN.I,. to law the property ._.1.... Lot II, Block I, Rna-ewar, a S.odn. Pl.t
flat Book !o, Page 4*. The text .a b* Clerk Circuit Caters herein will ba sold to the highest kldder at I Book It, Pan 70, In the County of Dada, I 1 Buy Glade LandIt
acid ors ..I........ br Certificate }la. II121f IoaJPO'" Cou..,. Florida the Court ........ door on the fiat Monday State of Florida, .. embraced I. Certificate
h2. and reconnects ages for the roan (C".II" Court I. the month of July, 1018. which hi the I No. 4207. The aeeee ment of Mid property .I Is my firm belief that higher .
1M7 to IMI, both Inclmlva, amounting to _r JNo. FENNO: D. C. led day of July IM*. ender the' said CerUflc.te limited was In the
1147.. Publish. Mar It, M; Juna I. au... Dated this Seth dar of May A. D. .....1 name of Unknown.Lot I prices are imminent
Loa 1 to !0. Block II. Cambridge La..., B. B. LEATHERMAN. 14, Block I I, Rldnway. Plat Rook I! Don't quibble about prioe.
Plat Book M. Fiira ... Tho lama to baaoM NOTICE OP SALK OP TAX CCRTIFI.CATR8. I Clerk of Circuit Court I 7* In the ": ., SUU 4
are ........_ br Cortlllcata No' 11127of Appllcatlan ".. 4I.I Dada County, Flarlda.CIII rId., ;.. embraced ':,"C..I::: No. 4117.! Don't wait.
K2I and Korcaanta taxes for the. Joan ( Court loll) i The ...-........t of mid property under the, Buy
111'I to IBM both Imitates, amounllng to Notice la hereby given that Tha Maanollawpanr I Br N. BTFRIIETT, D. c. mid CertlflcaM kwued woo I* the nine new.
17211. c. kaa lied with ma written r |uo>t (June I. *. 11, tl, 1.11/ Unknown 011 You'll thank me for this. suggestion
Late 1 to 4. Block. II. Cambridge Lawns, hit lIMo ta> aartlfleatM' totcther with all Unions mid. Certificates .h.ll b* redeemedeeordlojj
Plat Book 20. Pen 4*. Th. lam to ba ubaequoat confined ar knrM awes .Includnf to law, the property deeerlbed' a few months hence
.... ... ..ld..icad br Certificate No 11121 the roar I.... held br the SUM be. ad. NOTICE OF BALE OF TAX CERTIFI therein will be cold U the highest bidder .41 I
of im and rapraaanta learn for the roan ..rI..... and mid ta the highest bidder for CATES. Application Ma.' 1711Notlca the Court HOUM door ." the flret Monday II. A. CameronNOTICE
117 to 19., both inclusive, amounting to ash .. provided br Chapter HIM of the b hereby aim thnt 1[. M. ILA T. In the month of Juno, III, which to the
....11. I N7 Ada of the LavUlatura. upon the following TERM hen lied with ma written request Ith dar of June 111.
lea Ito 19. Black. I'. Cambridge Lo.... described real eetata In the County hat the tax certificates, together with all Dated tab Ird dar of II.,. toll.B. .
Flat Book !0. Pan 41. The axes to be '"< Dada, BUM at Florida test ubeeauent. emitted or loused .... Includla B. LEATHERMAN.Clerk Or APPLICATION FOR
old. .evidenced kr Certificate No. 11821af Lot I. Block. 1, Woitdala tnd Amd. Plat the rear IM*, bold br the Suu, ba adertued of Circuit Court, TAX DUD
IMI end movements axes (or the years look II. Pan M. The axes to ba Said araTldenead and sold to the klaheel bidder fee Dada County Florida.ICImlt Ckaplar 17417-Art. of IMI.-A 114
lose, both Inclualva, amounting to br Certificate Mo tlDKI of IM7 .a.h .. ...._ br Chapter 1H1M of the Court Seal NOTICE IS HEKKur GIVEN that Hoi.Him .
:r.I':: : and repreaenta taxes for the Yemen IPta tolots. M7 Acts of tha Lea-ttlature. upon the ,...- Br N C STKRRETT. D. C. : Strickland holder of state and Counts
; LoM tl to II. Block. II. CankrUn both Inrlualvo amounting to til.... Moving described real sate In tea County (May 1. I$. U. i. Joan t. 1111)i Tax Cortlflcata No. lot! Maud the let dayd
L..., Pint Book 10, Pan '*. Tho axes Lot I. Block f, lit Add,. ta Forest Park '"I Dade SUM of Florida, to-wlt IB Auajnot A. D. IN7, baa filed .._ inmy
M be sold on evidenced br Certificate N.. Plat Book '. Pan .. Porowrlr known asPs 40' Lot I. Block I. Green Acre The NOTICE OP APPLICATION FOR office, end .... made application. forK a
HIM of 111 and ............ taxes for the American Scnool Tracts) The axes taxes M be cold 1 ara evidenced br C.rtllt-, TAX DEED '. dead to be leaned Ches.... Sold Ce..
Sam 1M7 M 11*. both. inclusive, imountl ta ba sold ... arldenead br Certificate No.' auto No. 1117 of 1M4 and repreeenu taaear :' Chapter 17417--Aeta ef IMI--A IMt Ikaw anbraeea the followingdeccrlbnl.
l.4t. 14M of 1MO and ruraianta taaaa for the > the Fear lest to lost, both 1".1..1"1 NOTICE 18 HEHEBY GIVEN that' H.I, ;property la the County of Vada, HUM ..Tlurtda
I"t.: I.to 19, Block 17 C.mkridre Lo..... years imi to IMI, .both Inclmlra, amount.nr amounting. to Intl.Sari R. Brady holder of State and County II ....wlt:
Plat Book Iff. Pan 41. The axes M be to '67.7'. I UI eertKlratoe torether. with all .ertifk-.M No 1714 Wood the 7th dar of Lot I, Black S. Mortal Hill I Subda' .,
Mid an evidenced br Certificate No. lull Said Ml rartlflcataa .......... with all ,.u""" _, omitted or levied. taxes will bo kueott, A. D. IMI, boa filed. ...... In my Plot Book tl, Pan 4. la the CounMr of
of logo and repreaenta axes too the. yean nnoeauont. omitted or levied axes will be "mid to the hiaheat bidder at the Court office. end baa mad application fora ax I I D.do State ol Florida.
IM7 to 111*. both Inclimlvo, amounting u said M the highest bidder at the Court I How In Miami, on the Ith ear of June ,dud a be based ....... amid. Cotlfleoasnhrsoes The' aaaaMmont of aald. property seder
117.an. Iran I* Miami on the Ith dar of I(IS. bca-lnnlne at the hour of 10 o'clock the following described po'4.rty ,the sold cartllleata bound waa ra the naraaFt
fc. Lea tl to II. Block 17, Cambridge 18.. beginning at the hour of 10 lU.'j.. m, Rut.o._ thereafter aa tha tame the County of Doa., Bate wi Florida, I Unknown.UnloM .
I Uwtu, Plat Book ID Pan 4*. The axes a. m. or aa own thereafter na the may be reached In due .......... I :'w/t l raid aartlflcata Shelf ba rade.iajndaoordlnar
Mho. sold ara evidenced br CertlflcaM No. maw ba ranched In due aounoDatad Dated at Miami. Florida. Ink the 17thir Lot II, Block 1. seventeenth Arannalaaor ,, to law. tilt pntpertr deacrlot.
IrMli of IK red rwpneean axes for the at Miami. Florida. this the 17th ,. .f Mar IMI.f a .UW.... Plat Book. II. Pan 41, In 1 1ilia wrolai will be Mid to Ike bight bidder atthe
Feat 111 to I H'. both /". .. .., ._.,,1- day 'of Mar IMI I It. LF.ATBFRMAN. I Counts: of Dada SUM of Florida. Court houaa door .. the time Mondmri ,
tail to | ''. L B. LCATHERMAN. ClertrCirc.lt. Coart. The aeeoeeawat 'of paid aroportr near I I.i the month of July, I.... which k tld ..
r- Lou 1: 17 Block It Cambridn loom Clerk Circuit Court 1 Dada Counts Florida.inolt / the paid ortlllcaM based was la the aaaMft I/. dar of July, 1M>.
Plat Book t.., Pan 40. The team to be Dada Coontr. Florida. : Court Benlj U.l_.. lItt.... this 17th dar of May 11*.
old nn evidenced by Certificate No. Sloes (Circuit Court teal) Br JNO.' FTNNO. D. c. I Unity mid. aartldrat shell ba rauiaan.a' C. B. LEATHEKMAN.
of IMI and repreeente taxes for the yean Br JNO. FCNNO. D. >iiMlik Mar ". ttj, Juno i. IM*. according to law, the property d>a<>rlbdl Clark of Circuit Court,
IIW u IN, both inclusive entrusting to Publish Mar 1.. Hi' Juno 1. I.... .ho l ralaj will ba told to tha highest bidder at Dada County, Florida.
1141.114.Lot.. 0.1 the Court aouaa door on tho fired Monday (IO/remlt Court troll
I to H Block It Cambridn Uwue.Plat NOTICE OF SAL OF TAX (, NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAXDR.D. ; I. the anonth of July, lost, which la thaM : ::' C. ST ERRETT, D. c.
Book 10 Pan 4*. The axes to baaald CATES. Appuratloai Na. 4041Notlca Pile No llle-d dar af J.... I'll.DaMd (Map 1 : June t. 9. logo)
ara evidenced kr Certificate No. SISIt NOTICE HEREBY GIVEN that Helen Ibis 17th dar "f Mar I.M.E. NOTICE .
of IU and npreernM axes for the yean k thereby give' that OFJO ."h_. bolder na amlaneo of City of South B. LCATHLRMAN. To Whom It Mar I Ima Coarsest Thin go to
1*>T to 100$. both luelualv. ......tln. to OOPFR. AGENT OF THE OWNER W. I Mail Tea Certificate Numbered lit and Clark of Circuit Court ,.. now that from this dale forth I
$176.1$. H. OWENS, .baa filed with ma writun n. 16.. elated the lot dar r* JuI,. A. D. lots, Dada County Florida.Circuit will .<.. ba _..... (or any atobia an.Rust .
: Leos I to II, Block. ID, Cambridge Uwna.Plat court that the ta. certlf.kale, ......... with 'ban filed Mid Certtfleaua la mr of'.... and ( Court kohl> thoM aontracteal kr mrarlft .
Book 10 Pan 4K. The Coxes to .be all subsequent. emitted or .krled axes I.. I I.has. made application' for tax dead to le.ualereon Br N. c. iTERRtrrr. D. c. .. SPEC) DAMEtT
old ... evidenced br Certificate" No II114of eluding' the roar IMI, .hold br the Sate baKwrtterd th to aooordanea with .... Said. earIIt"t. (Mar It M Juno t, I. I'll (Mar It Ml
lltl and ___.... taxes for tho roan and sold M the kliheat embrace the ollowlne _bM I
117 to IMt. both laclu.lv, .-. ". to for aaeh na provided br Chanter 10-1':.property, estimated ta Dada Countr Florida,
..II.... UM Ada of the LoaMaturo, upon tbollowlu .
Low I to S. Block tl, Catnbridn Uwn. ales. 'bad real aauM la the I ICounty : Lot'II, RMera I Plnea: In the Cltr of !I
Plat Book 14. Pen 4*. The Comm to be of Dado Butt of Florida, te-wltl ""I mOt Miami. County of Dado. auto of Floe.
cold an evidenced kr CertlflceU. ,... SUM Lot 0$, Block .. Randolpka Addn. toI.Ida. ..a. aa embraced. In Certificate No. $6..1.1TIM I
af lit* and moose to taxes for the yean Tba axes to ba mold are 'd': anmmint of mid propertr under the i EDWARD.STILINGReal
: '
1917 to 11*. both Inclusion, imotmtUa to "cod kr Cortlflcata Ho. 77I of 1M7 Raw CenlfkaM leaned was In tile team of :
177.9 praaanta taioa far the rear lots Soloss nknawn .
UM 10 t.. 14 Black tl. r.mkrMn > both tncluelre nmwantjnp .M ,. r IM II. Elvis s Pace la the City of
lawns, fUt Book SO. Pan '8. The taxes Said Ui aartlflcaMa. tnnthar with all :Routh Miami. Cooper of Duk. SUM ol ,
M ba .... an avMeneed by Certificate. )I.. .ib.egu.at emitted ar held taxes will bo I 'orlon, aa embraced ta Cortlf..... No till. 1 1T'
tlaM of til and stormiest tam for War mid to the highest bidder at the Court w aiiinnment W raid property under theM Estate General Insurance
rear left w 1IM| both todinlv. _.. 1 nuaa ta Miami, oa live ilk dor of June. i .. Certificate bawd ... In the some ofllnkwa
lee to SKI 77. III" bealanlna, M the bow of 11 .'._ Vol I
r I woM 1 ;ami S. Block 8!, Cambridge 46 ... M M .me M tho 6154 posts Certificates hall bo -...
s Boob M. ran <, The .... now bo raarhed ra .... _... ,,eordlna- to 10... Ma deed will hone then.t NOTARY PUBLIC
LawPk eve ,rh" soma by CarHllaato NoIIMI posted at 1110.... Florida, that tax ITthir ,. on the Ilia dar af J... A. D. let*. I
: of IMI and repreeooM taxes far the .. of Mar less. Poled thla Ith dar of M.r. A' D. IM*.
'. rean IHT to IN*, both. Inelastic, tnawon, B. B.LEATBERMAN B. B LEATHERMAN
.- Clerk Cnmitt exert Clerk of circuit. CemrL Cor. Palm Are. and Are. B Florida City Fla.
,..: 110.4Ea s1. aleck c- Dade Gump. ITortda.mtt I Dada c.u..,. Fhwidn.limit ,
t..... Pao Hack $4, Pig. !i. The one Court Seal) ( Court teal
to ba said an eeld.no.< br CerHfbraM No.eltM Br mo. FENNO< D. C. Br N c. BTXRurrr D. c.IhUr .
[ ot UW Read gailaps"ame "New ow on Publish Mar 1% Set Jam S, J.... U. .146 Jews 2.... 0891,






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i' Yam Twelve THE DER-ENTERPRISE Friday, June 2, 19':9
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show ua that business goes IIIlfmllllllllllllllllllllUlIlIlIIlIIlIlIIlIIlIlIUlIIlIUII UY
: PONTIAC'S at a pretty steady pact in now
I of the temporary UPi and .41I.
< During those 131* l.an' .
OF
hat had its fat years 11129 'Br bRAAaL1N
I 1937,-and its lean yean MARY,111'3 WVA THtYU GeT Tilt aESTVAI.UtS
i GAINS was the biggest with 238,189 ANTtY SHOWER K>8 SAIL, .nit BMTOOAUTV,
; built But the average has THAT MILL BE EASY FOR AND THE BEST VAftltTV TO
-, I bad 117,000 a year for THE GUESTS AND .- ITWill CHOOSE MOM,
,' Pontiac, Mich. first eight yean; 143,000 WELL MR ,If THERE. sANP
the date of Its ; since 1033. 'I JEANTHE GUESTS nAM WILL ccr
} uary, 1126, until Mar may not feel that business aw X11 SHOP WHCXIS A WllSTOCEEDWE
: tiac Motors has built we would like to have it "" coo rANTttrreMCI.3
V;, Use ears, according to now but from the long range *
,>:"f let general manager 1939 will be above both
and the list fl.'e
;'r eight-year
> pany.
"It took nine )' one-half year averages It is
:' month to build the cent ahead of the tint four
: I) Pontlacs and only of 1938 Another signifi A001T'Isg"
the next 790,000, a tact Is that by May I we had : w> o*count ike It rtftrrliy'tttANKLIN'.v to
:., reached only about a 21J per cent more 1939
said Mr. Kllngler. i cars than we built during YQ
we have been going 1138 model year .M, nrAt. MWIVIS
million will, be I well these 1,769,136 cars
year and a half from \, satisfied their owners can be 7 lam
"observing, the fact that 81.7 t i; v
I by per "
KILLED
LOCAL
figures the thought of them or 1,445,000, are still
that In times like ..
ple are inclined to huge productfcn 'bf'can like I Packed tfttff0SUGAR,51b.bag..Z Broilersiy2lbavg.each I
because business does da7""n; has meant a great deal to the C
snap back to 1(37 or i Pontiac the state of Micht-
quickly enough or and to Industry u a whole : 39C
i) demn and find 1926 the company has fll Dillon's rr
world in general, It over $140,000,000 In direct
and quieting to take !i i : 1a la Pontiac alone. Besides a Peanut Butter, 2 lb. jar '3C t i
back over a period I there are other hundreds of ==
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review the progress I I of dollars that have "one Asst. FlavorsParTJel Tomato
.. like PotiUac. i wages of the body, tire, paint i Any Brand
i we"It passed seems our only first) glass. of other manufactuiers parts and as materials w.lla. 1 MILK, 3 Ig. cans I.,C: Ketchup bottle
3 pkgs. U oz.
; tlnued Mr. Kllngler. I who have supplied j =
almost exactly four ."
i April, 103$. But the I 4 Ib. 10C 10C I
:{ lion will come much Pastor 1-' 39c
Presbyterian
: cause of the pkg.Pillsbury's 1
Assume Duties 'IIIIifiII
product that have Sunday
most trouble-free ear
tory. As a mull Rev. George R. Ricks, re
of production has graduate of the Union Pres | M0 A

\ matter the second of about million six Seminary, Richmond FLOUR, 20 lb. bag / 4KiCrisco "I: EEa ns
has arrived to assume the
year That will
the end of 1910. of the lint Presbyterian 31b. 13e !!

figures"Taking like a these .. He will occupy the pulpit i Can SSe

period--and 13 Vi 53 '
dicks succeeds the Rev. E,U "
., new period as In the a business I who was called to a pas .= Garden Patch lOc FOOD That SatisfiesAt
Is a good thing. It at Ashtvllle, N. C.. a month :I CORN NIBLETS, can. ==
effect In these hectic :_ : Prices That Satisfy
I
C= -With Service That Satisfies
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them. We also our
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