Title: The leader-enterprise
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Title: The leader-enterprise
Uniform Title: leader-enterprise
Leader-enterprise (Homestead, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Leader enterprise
Physical Description: 11 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: South Dade Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Homestead, Fla.
Homestead Fla
Publication Date: May 2, 1941
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 19, no. 45 (Nov. 6, 1931)-v. 29, no. 2 (Jan. 10, 1941) = v. 9, no. 21-
General Note: Ben Archer, editor.
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Bibliographic ID: UF00087294
Volume ID: VID00488
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33835104
alephbibnum - 002057831
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Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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Vol. 2 -No._ 18 Homestead, Florida, May 2, 1941 Price 5 Cent !




50 Men at Work on Skidways '







: To Roll Pipe to Treating Shed



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I: Clearing Crews Started 20 CARLOADS A DAY DUE I



n On County Airport Site TO 'BEGIN ARRIVING BEFORE .


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TO WORK MEN Mid-June Seen As Probable Date ENDOF1EKFORAQUEDUCTTHE

To Start Construction of Pipe Line


BULLDOZERS Actual construction of the Florida - ample time to Investigate all factors I WEATHER 95% of Labor Recruited

11 Key aqueduct probably will entering Into the proJect. ormi.l eaatb.e wpot of the aubhaptr.t Locally and Will
not start before the middle of Lieut. W. L. Sawyer, of the ;Eaa..imeat station. Hmm........ Fonda.oat. Continue So

June, It was learned here yester civil engineer corps of the navy, .. .,.
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has taken residence here I Mil 'Mil R Kiln
IN 2 SHIFTS day.The officer In charge up of construction as 'April 24_ , 85 : 68 130.02 Trace, SITE OF JUG BUILDING
navy li expected to advertise serving under Lieut CommanderR. April 25.... .1; 89 82 :3003! 0.24 I BEING STAKED OUT
for bid about the middle of I R. Meade, district public works April 26.._. I 18S 63 : | 1
;Punwavs Must Be Ready this month, and the general practice -!officer for the Seventh Naval District April 27. , 79 67 I I' 3.321 I Owners of Company to Ite
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28 77 69
April 13004!
I* to allow Interval 30
an of.,
who Is liaslon officer I
For Ploughing in 30 days between the call for bids and 1 the navy, the contractor and among the April 29 . 75 I 67 12989] 097 Personally]] in ChargeOf
Calendar Days I the date for opening them In order,I i Florida Keys Aqueduct Commis- April 3074, n :,,2984| 308 I Operations
that prospective bidden may" have!I orlon. "'
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i Twenty four earn; of
CAA INSPECTORS DUE Lieut. Commander Meade was material for
ON SCENE SATURDAY'Ant6rf 'WE !(here about three weeks ago. His RHENEY HEADS I the aqueduct; pipe treating plant
L .... \ I laistant;:Lieut. Commander,AV& :|arrived''Sunday at the Seaboard'
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j -:. WaldinToTeman of ,!ferry down,from and Jacksonville Lleut.Sawyer last week came FLORIDA UNIT OF Homestead station and 50 men-

Labor in Removing Tim to make arrangements for installing [[90 per cent of them local-were
ber and RootsA I I Lieut Sawyer in Homestead. RAINBOW\ VETS ,'put to work Immediately unloading
OF HOUSE GROW'I Lieut. Sawyer will be the only lumber, corrugated Iron, railway
crew of Umber cutter and I I naval officer stationed here. Of- ,I ties and rails at the site of the
four "bulldozers", machines that I! (Continued on Page Three) Two' Homestead veterans were''plant In the Seaboard freight yard.
The house citrus committee of elected to high offices in the Flora I' The rails and cross ties will be
push over stumps and trees not the Florida legislature Tuesday I ida chapter of the Rainbow Division used to make skldways on which
tit for timber, will be at work in night reported favorably the Red- : which held its annual meetingIn !l:the huge 40-foot lengths of 11-
full blast Saturday on the site of land-Dlstrict-sponsored bill to require ONE DAY'S RAIN the course of tM state Legion inch plpe'wlll be rolled from the
the county airport on Pine Island, a minimum juice content of convention In Key West last week.I flat cars on which they arrive hire
two miles east of Homestead. 40 per cent In Persian limes before W. E. elected
EXCEEDS TOTAL Rheney was state I to the treating shed some S90 feet
Win. Winters and John T. Payne, they can be marketed, and Its president and W. H. Woods was away. The Standard Asbestos
partners In the'firm of Wm. Winters companion bill providing for the
elected state serjeant-at-arms. Manufacturing and Insulating Co.,
fc Co, of SeUluket N. Y..I collection of four cents a box for FOR APRIL 1940In The Rainbow Division formedits I,of Kansas City, Mo., the pipe
the for
which was awarded contract
advertising veterans' in
organization occu- treating contractor was low bidder
clearing the airport site by the Only two of the 16 members of pied Germany after the first World ,also for the job of unloading the
+ CAA, arrived here Friday and are(the committee voted against the a 24-hour period between War, before the American Legion 'pipe.
registered at the Redland Hotel.' bill: John S. Burwell of Broward ,Saturday morning and Sunday was organized Mr. Rheney was Gaines Laster, yard superintendent
As called for In the contract,I County and Evans Crary of Mar morning nearly twice as much one of the original delegates at the for the company, said :yesterday -
operations were started by the I tin County. I rain fell as did In the whole monthof organization meeting of the Rainbow that 20 carloads of the pipe
firm on May I, and today its Luther Chandler, ,of Goulds, April last year, according to veterans. He Is now president were expected to arrive before the
offices on the grounds will be chairman of the growers' records of the Sub-tropical Experiment of the Miami unit of the Florida]1 end of this week, to be followed
completed. CAA 'inspectors are tion that sponsored the Station ,Homestead.. chapter. ,by the arrival of 20 carloads day
(Continued on Page Three) regulate the marketing oranIZ"1 The reading for the 24 hours I The Rainbow division I was so i thereafter for a full week.
appeared before the ending the morning of last Sun named because Its membercame Several equipment sheds have I
Library Hour Change Is committee in behalf of . ,day, April 27, was 3.32 Inches. from'28 states-which did not include already been constructed, and a
Announced by LibrarianTo try. As evidence of the need for Rainfall at the station for the Florida, however. Floridaunits crew was busy yesterday layingout
state regulation he cited a declinein month of April, 1(40, was 1.73 I are composed of Rainbowmen the site of the treating shed, t
make the city library's the bushel price of limes from Inches who have moved to this state which will be at least 100 by 300 t
schedule of open hours easier to $687 to $U7 within two weeks Last month was the Redland since the World War Other local feet. Other crews were busy stacking
remember, morning hours will be I last year when Juiceless fruit hit District's wettest April In the 11 veterans who were in the Rainbow lumber and stringing .out the t
discontinued and the library will, the market.In years of the station's history. The Division are Paul Haley, Jack ties for the skidway.
be open every day, except Sunday I I view of the fact that the rainfall last month totaled 1024 Dolar, Lamar Dickinson and L T. The site of the unloading
from t o'clock till 6, announces average Juice content of Persian Inches. The wettest'April up 'to Proctor. (Continued on Page Three) t
Mr*. J. E. Cauzens, librarian. ,It limes at maturity is 60 to 70 percent this year was April of 1933 when
will be open also from 7. p. m. till .' minimum requirement of the station recorded a total rainfall -
i o' p. m. on Saturdays.The 40 per cent is by no .means too of 7.74 inches Legion Convention Adopts Firearms
I Chandler told the The total rainfall far this II
change will be made on I great. com M
feay,12. mittee. year Is 22.69,inches. The rainfallfor Resolution Offered by ,Local Post
the same period last year was !

: After War U. S. and Britain to Police only 812 Inches A resolution offered by John criminal act In which firearms ..
II I 0. Salley Poet Of Homestead,I[are involved; and
World, History Prof. Tells Rotarians Weekly HalMIolidays urging Florida's senators and representatives "Whereas a review of history (

.11,........... Start Next Wednesday In-congress to vote will show, that outstanding soldiers
new league of nations ant I against any bill that might Infringe have always been men "'I\o'ere {
tlon of'smaller European ,Homestead stores will'start the right of the people to hunters or otherwise accustomedto J
is unlikely because of the ,weekly ,half-day closing for the keep and bear arms, was adoptedby the use of fJrtarraer and t
nature of existing 'isms' 'summer next Wednesday noon, it the state convention of the Whereas men who own arms t
because of deeply rooted dif was voted Monday night, at a American' Legion la Key West often aid the constituted authorities \
between the nations and meeting of the recently-organized last week. la emergencies: M U the case '
of unity among them," Dr. Homestead Retail Merchants Association The resolution, adopted first by of a.recent kidnaping In ibis area .J
declared according to the in Legion Hall. A schedule : the local post at the suggestionof when 1000 armed men turned out y
Rotarians. of other holidays to be observed Lawrence Pope, commander, and assisted the sheriff and" T t
conference."A spite ef,world eoIII1Ic=aged for the year will be adopted at elect Is as follows: B. I. officers; and "" <
that dictators in some of next Monday night's meeting "Whereas a bill for the control "Whereas current" history has i
) < have banned Rotary $y-laws for the association will of the nuaularture sale, transportation prowdbM'bea the people aredisarmed ;
>-the total number of Rotary be drawn up by a committee ap- and ownership of fire I they are at the mercy .;
.has-increaavd from 4,004 to pointed by President P. J. Franklin arms has been proposed tot **- of'the political authorities; and ;
: In. the tost five years, the as follows. Bevo Webb, Don sage by the congress,of- -the, .United I "Whereas the second amendment t
.... reported. Total member Talbott, J. L. Burton Paul Lot- State*; and"Wetness to toe Constitution of the t
has increased from 171,000 net, W. H. Sheffield W. H. Woods the Federal Firearms United Stated means exactly: what r.
3 to 210,000 In WL and Herman Marks. Act -ef 1113 amply coven all (Continued on Page Three)


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Pare Two THE HOMESTEAD LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday, May 2, 1941

etbook on Key Largo and brought lIt
Redland Scool Band and Glee Clubs 'Negro Returns Pocket to the Homestead Telephone of.
LOCAL SCHOOL Book Containing $20 tide WmJ; Qeronlmo, adJptaat-a
: Give Spring Concert This Evening of the local Legion post, at the '
mTODAY'IN I page.Diogenes! request rot.' $hfQoItFiuj, ; family, '
&h- 1 Ceo. i Dolphus:' telephone line caned' for It. The $20 bill was"
SEASON'S FINALThe I The Redland High, bind "Path.Leading Down to the River man of West Palm Beach lost a: still Inside. .
end glee clubs *itt> give their "Parade of the Glee Wooden Club Soldiers"Girls' bill fold on his way to the Legion" The bill told was forwarded to
spring concert thfi 'evening at I convention In Key West last week.
baseball teams of Homestead tt o'clock: In thpschool's' auditorlum. "To a Hilltop" Ralph Cox In.it was a $20 bill together with, its owner.
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and Redland High Schools "A May Morning" .. L. Beers I I Dolphus telephone worker's card:' .
will wind up their season this afternoon Mn. H. K. Foulk (land other contents. 1 t .r
when the two teams meeton After the concert(films of theschool March, "At Sight ,_"n' Bennett his
the Redland diamond at 3:30 the band: the flee club -rinlandla" ," 'n" .." ....n Sibelllut Dolphus was re.laned.to ) Cafe
Tropical
o'clock. Fuchs and Ballaro will be and various activities will be Whistling Farmer Boy" Fillmore loss.However
Wilbur Williams

Homestead shown on the school's Beach" Sousa a neg.-
the batteries for High, new mowing March, "Manhattan
while Llndgren and Hllioir will picture projector. I Band who works for the Key Largo j .
do the honors for Redland I The concert program follows: Skit The Family Doctor read Anglers' Club, found the pock- NOW LOCATED r
The growers de'eatedhi Diamondbacks March "Headway" ._.n Bennett Characters: Tom Walter Ku- I I IN THEBORNE
I.'" at Homestead earlier Tango, "Havanna" Bennett feldt; Edith, Fay Campbell; Tve been asked for referencesfor
this season.Homestead Overture, "Gypsy Festival" Hayes Mr. Gilbert, Raymond Lee; I our last maid. What on earth I' BLDG.
HI defeated Andrew Band Mrs Gilbert, Wanda Sickle can I say In her favor"' i
Jackson (-3 on the local school I'Sing Me I Chantey" Wellesley "Homeland" Cain I "Well,, she has I good appetite I N. Kreme Are.llnmrstead .
diamond yesterday. Redland won "Ride the Chariot" Mixed Chorus I:and sleeps well"- | Florida
from South Broward High t-3 all Boya1 Glee Club March, "Orange Bowl" Fillmore
Redland Monday afternoon. 'Lift Thine Iy.: ." Mendelssohn "Star Spangled Banner" Band WANT ADS PAY .. . .- '" .- "'" ,-," '-_
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Change Hours for Sale I

Of U. S. Food Stamps!
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Stales In Beginning Homestead food stamps next on Thursday week will,be United from sold I I I These Used Car Bargains /. \:

':30 a. m. to 12 noon Instead of : .
from Ito 3 p. m as has been the .' ,
'practice since the local office was. '
opened here on March 17. Mean
The announcement was made .
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Wednesday by Wm. E. Wendt,
Miami 'Issuing officer of Dade
County food stamps, which are
issued to relief ellgibles and are I

'redeemable The stamps In will the I be local sold I stores In PerJ J:j i MONEY IN THE BANK !

rive.from to 12 a. m. on Wednesdays |jI I '


Mrs. Casper Williams I
Loses Father in North I

: GUARANTEED TO BE
w. A. StulL father of Mrs. Casper -: I
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Williams, died at his home PRICED BELOW THE MARKET
In Clarksvllle, Penn., on April 24,1 I
his seventy-second birthday. H';{' .
had been suffering from heart I
trouble since last summer ;

him Mr.Mrs since Williams Williams Christmas.and had their been younger with I;' "BANK ON BUICK" AND SAVE!

daughter Barbara, will Join Mrs
Williams In Clarksvllle the last
of May I'' !41 1111=111111 i1936
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Their elder daughter, Mary, :
Eleanor, who la attending Waynes-,, .
burg College In Waynesburg, Pa., PACKARD .j.DOOR TOUR1939 OLDS110BlLE.j DOOR TOURING .
underwent an operation for appendicitis -I SEDAN.original: paint I
April 21. ; I. G SEDAN-New paint; new
good tires; a real buy cheap. rovers; a smart looking car.

Funeral Services Held

For Walter A. Brown

Funeral services for Walter A. Ista.a ms aassf
Brown, 76, retired Homestead car
penter, who died Saturday after I 1938 BUICK -I.DOOR TOURING 1939 BUICK ".n" SEDAN-Original

brief illness, were held Tuesday SEDAN-Original paint; low paint; dean inside; radio; guar.
afternoon at 2 o'clock in the chapel mileage; new tires; very clean anteed mechanically; priced
of Turner Funeral Home, with
and priced to sell right.
the Rev J. E. Johnstone officialIng -
Burial was In Miami Memorial -
Cemetery
Mr Brown, a native of Atlanta'
came to Homestead It years ago.
He Is survived by two daughters,I 19tO( CHEVROLET 4.DOOR TOUR- "
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PONTIAC 6"DOOR' SELNG
Mrs. Mary Miller of Homestead?! SEDAN-light grey original i
'and Mrs. Louise Hawks of SanDiego paint; radio; seat covers; DN--In; good mechanical con-
Cal, and John! ditton good
one son white Bide tires. A very new ; transportation

of Homestead. looking car priced to sell. cheap.

,"Pa what's a matrimonial bureau -
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a with six l i idrawers -mil
Uiu frf I
packed women's
fixings and one man's.necktie-' 1193
Providence Journal I 1935 CHEVROLET 2.DOOR SEDAN FORD "GO" 2.DOOn SEDAN-

1 -Good mechanical condition; good tires; clean inside; priced .
tires fair priced to lelL
; to selL
Cash &Carry CleanersMIS. .r..

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Cans sreial flat. Hw 4ertJarfly ;I

rUUs, flat. b.. lermrnOt I BUICK AND PONTIAC SALES AND SERVICE .
now WMriMafrl. I
law- Ma SO. KROME AVE. PHONE 18 .
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':-.'. .."'.Frlday.May. 2, IMt ."' ... : ..,.".. ., THE HOMESTEAD',LEADER-ENTERPRISE P. "'ThM!
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I i for the aqueduct ha not been Drive Slated Tuesday N-- ;
CITY MI WINS Retired;' < I plan and specifications are being 'i ; '
Luncheon Meeting at Avocado Lodge -
FIRST GAME OF1941BASEBALL prepared\ Washington, and the Representatives of the Miami '..1 I
bid will be opened there, he laid
I A luncheon attended by retired lodge where the luncheon wa I Treating of the pipe tor the chapter of Bundle for Britain will ";1''
conduct street drive In Homestead ;
I and active military, naval and marine served was decorated with massed aqueduct M well a* construction a
bouquets of red white and blue aqueduct Tuesday for the benefit of
of the itself will come
officers In the Miami and ,
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London' bombed hospital Permission -
flowers. The center flower pieceon under the observation of Lieut, ; ;
Homestead's city baseball team South Dade area WM given at the I the table was three feet cross Sawyer. for the drive hat been

won' Its tint game of the season' Avocado Lodge on Redland road: and was tied with a large bow The lieutenant wa an officer given by Mayor Tom Harris
Sunday afternoon when It defeated Saturday, with CoL Ralph W of ribbon In the national colors In the naval i reserve corps and Tuesday U National Hospital
Southern Dairies of Miami by I KIngman, U. S. A., retired, of Red- I Attending the military luncheon lived in Gainesville until February Day In England: and America ha
.a ICOn of 4 to 3 on the Homestead land in charge of arrangement .were the following: when he was called to active dutyat been called on for aid to rehabilitate
diamond, I The southwest veranda of the Maj. Gen Edward A. Kreger I! Jacksonville He will be joined hospitals that have been
Snyder. rightflelder for Homestead : Washington, D. Cj Col. Fred H tater by Mrs. Sawyer and other wrecked or damaged by German i
broke up a pitching duel City Tennis Courts Turner, Coral Gables I ; CoL Chas.1 member of his family. bomb : y
by hitting a homerun In the seventh I Open O. Mettler Miami Beach; CoL Each person contributing In the '
to break Into a pitching duel Officially Now to Public KIngman;; Lieut. CoL Alva Lee I drive will be given a button testifying r
and break a tie of 3 all. A couple Redland; Lieut CoL, William A.! AIRPORTContinued to that effect.
of miscues by hU mates kept !I New backstop wire hal been Jones. Miami; Lieut CoL M. C. Th Rev. C. V. Busaell. Miami '
Thomas, Homestead pitcher, from lining around the municipal tennis Powers, Jr.. Miami; Lieut CoL Baptist minister la president of
hurling a shut-out Bishop relief -, courts and they arc now officially Richard F. Luasier Miami Beach; ( from Page One) the Miami unit of Bundle tor
hurler for the locals, held the open to the public\ ManagerArt Maj. Roy Evans, Coral Gables; expected to be on the Job at the Britain. (
visitors hitless for the last two McKee said yesterday. M I J. Albert Moaiman, Miami airport alto Saturday morning.

Innings. Byrd pitched well for Players are requested to wear ,' Beach; Maj. Edward Cooper, MI- The contract calls for clearing Junior Play, to Be GivenIn
the 'dairymen.The tennis shoes or flat-heeled rub- ami Beach; Maj. Davis H. Estill timber and stumps and grubbingroots
ber-ioled shoes Mr. McKee laid Coral Gables; MaJ. J. H. EUon Redland School May
local team will play South from the runway areas with
McKee who la also manager of Coral Gables Capt. E. B. Whar-
;
Miami on the South Miami Diamond in 60 calendar days from May 1.
the municipal swimming pool, laid ton, Coral Cables; Capt J. W. On Friday May 9, at I o'clock
Sunday afternoon. Perrlne I I I that all candidates for the Homestead Sapp Miami; Lieut. F. Mr. Winters will have charge of the Junior class of Redland High]
and the Kendall C. C. C. wll play the machinery work while Anton
School will the
swimming team are requested , Miami, Lieut Chas Marge. A.1 I I present play,
on the Homestead diamond Sun Waldm of Florida City, experienced
Young April", a delightful comedy
to register with the management ama Canal Zone; Lieut. Wm.
day since the C. C. C. does not land clearing pioneer of this In three acts.
at soon a* possible COX Coral Cables Lieut C.
have a field Opa Locka navy airbase Beach, Miami. ; section,will be labor foreman Two Young April" is a sequel to
and Southern Dairies will C'I of the tractor bulldozer have been "
Crowing Pain play which
a
The officers who are not ..
play at Prrrlne as neither.of these rented from local owners
met with when
great popularity
LEGION ADOPTS dents of the Redland District congratulated -
teams hat a diamond. .i Col. KIngman and CoL From 43 to SO men will be employed It wa presented some year ago
The Homestead lineup In lutSunday' Lee on their flourishing lime I in two shifts a day, and i at Homestead High School.
game was aa follows: : the only non-local worker
(Continued r-;; Ire One) groves and expressed the hope will be
Barrow 2b; Cruze, c; Wittkop It say In declaring"The rightof that more of them could at one of the bulldozer operators,7, Game Warden:"What1* the idea
as; Thomas, cf; Mistretta If; C. the people to keep and bear, time join the growing .ome'' Mr. Payne said (Hof hunting with lost year's license? .
Bishop Ib, p.; Smith, lb.; M arms shall,not be infringed"; I II retired officers In' Redland Ploughing and grading of the .You know better than that don't
Bishop 3b.; Snyder rf I "Therefore be it resolved by runways will be the subject ofadvertisements you'" {,

John O. Salley Post No. 43, for bids which will I I Hunter "Nothing wrong In that ,
American Legion, that Florida's! PIPELINEContinued be published following completion far ai I can see I'm only shoot-
TREATING SHED representatives and senator in of the clearing contract It was 1". at the birds I missed last f
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congress be, and they hereby are, said here last night !"-ExHOMESTEAD 1

'urged to vote against any bill ( From Page One) I ....,..?N.N.NI....,,.,,....,...,,"...."'',..NN.xNNNMNNNNMMNNMN/NN....'....... r
(Continued from Page One) I,that might (1) require license for flee to be opened In the south,
and treating operation I* the I American citizens to bear arms, waiting room of the Seaboard SWIMMING
POOLOpen
area of the S. A. L. yard north / (2) require a manufacturer or station will be staffed otherwise J
of the spur that leads to the dealer to procure an exhorbltant by assistants selected from the 9A.M.to11:30P.M.-Sundays Ito6P.31.
E. C. track which is bounded F'I license for the manufacture or civil engineer civil service Pool Cleaned\ Every Monday rimed All Day f

the north by Mowry street, on sale of firearms or (J) prevent sonnel. Water Tested Every Day
A* far as he knows the per-I
east by Sixth avenue and on inter-state carriers from transporting -
West by the Seaboard's main line.I arms or ammunition. Such the well and pumping MONTHLY TICKETS
Family, ft.10. Adult '1.15; Children 75e
The skldwayi, composed of rails bills It enacted Into law would I t
For results tie
laid 34 feet apart, wilt -extend I Immediately restrict the ownership Leader- I ART McKEE,

from the spur?where the can of I and use of firearms, to the I Enterprise Classified Ad.. .......__.....M_......__ :.. .."""...,......,,._..""_
pipe will be "spotted', to the treating detriment of the public interest I
ihed at the edge of Mowry I I8treet. I "Be it further resolved that "

The distance from the spur copies of this resolution be mailedto I ..,.., ... .. Mgr.X 0
to Mowry Is 660 feet, and from Senator Chai O. Andrews and ,. t.t.. Jo''
the main tracks to Sixth avenue. Claude Pepper and CongressmanA. <(0" "
875 'feet.On Pat Cannon, that a copybe ",,\. .. '. ..0.) -At :" )'.

being roiled to the treating spread on the minutes of this post NVLOOM p tHrt,0,0, "
shed, the pipe will be run through and that copies be made availableto P ..... '
a cleaning and priming machine, the press." l J

next into. a coating and lining fa *
machine, where the outside and
Inside will be coated with a tar Pilau and Bingo Dished ,
enamel heated to 500 degrees Up to Lions and Ladies
fahrenheit, then the pipe will be I \
wrapped with felt and whitewashed Feature of the Redland District ,
The rust-proofing procellcomp'eled.lt Lions Club ladies'. night meeting
will be rolled back Tuesday was the ,chicken pilauprepared
over the ikldwaya and racked for by Lion Al Llndgren, CALLHELP .
storage on the south side of the assisted by members of the health
spur whence it will be hauled to and welfare committee and a groupof ,,, -., .
the route of the aqueduct. LionessesMr we're experts ; t 1
\V. E. Ryder and Willard Ryder I *. Herman Ilelnleln and Mr*. :." '
two'of the owner of the Standard Jack Peter held the lucky numbers
Asbestos Manufacturing and Insulating which won for each a beautiful JT'
Co., are expected to arrive bouquet of gladioli donated by rj
within a week to take chargeof Lion Walter Talbott.
the (400,000 contract. They will\ Miami, Miami Beach and Coral .> .
open offices In the S. A. L. station Cable Lion Club were well represented X
building* i at this meeting, which )(/(
Mr. Laster laid the company ended with a big bingo game Proceeds
expects to continue to employ at will be donated to the South I You can repaint the average bathroom
least 93 per cent local labor on. Florida Crippled Children' Hospital -

the-' project.-...- and school or' kitchen for less than $4 with

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LEACH ADCHMBucrriur .
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sad ;;.:;;. Monday Wednesday, Thursday,

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1 UIMKJmPTlOl RATF4 j Tuesday Friday, 10 a. ...,.1 p. m
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I Aloes Hz V"S'L'faL4VCX V We trust our patron will carefully -

read the folowlng notice concerning -

By Dr. John C. Gifford In the I change In the hour In
American Eagle I which they may expect library
service. This action seems advisable -
In a selected 111of essential f
because of the constant
drugs edited under the directionand con.
supervision of the Council of !fusion among borrowers resulting
Pharmacy and Chemistry of the from the irregular schedule.

American Medical Association aloe Beginning May 12 the library
It Included. Aloe li placed In the .will I be open each day from 2 till
emodin group with rhubarb and IB p m. On Saturday the library
cascara. TheM drug act>; on the d I will not be open in the morning
Urge Intestine, but aloe has other I but will observe the above hours
: Important effects It I* recognizedas 1 Iin the afternoon and continue the
a powerful hepatic stimulant } usual hour from 7 till 9 at night.
and In addition has remarkable I .
healing effect on burnt and uml-
Every day our
Jar lesions especially of the mucous newspaper are
headlining strikes, and becausethe
membnines A split leaf will
,* are Interfering with defense
help heal a bad wound leaving '
work and a crisis II facing our
little war: .m I nation the average man or woman
those caused by unusual rays, It
has no sympathy for the strikers .
bat few If any equals
I In fact there I* Indigo It'Q!
Many years ago my father was
voiced by the populace as a whole.
captain of a ship which sailed to
the West Indies. On his return H'&H2Y'ZlU But during peace time; meet of

he would bring aloes In calabashesfor E.Y I us read about strikes with little
the northern drug trade. These interest. However, we must admit
queer round balls carefully spelled MNri (there art two sides to a question
were always I curiosity to me and no .doubt, there have been

The calabash Is a large gourd-like i Scow /$ ttom many Instances where strikes were
fruit of I tree. The Interior Is the only mean whereby the overworked

removed and replaced by the slimy I r2o e./roA.p.swESraLVrs and underpaid employee
content of the leave In those |could get Justice.

day it wa a favorite household I / In Leane Zugsmlth'i novel "A
medicine, often (and still Is) mispronounced ''Time to Remember," ceprightett

to such extent that 1936, she has clearly and definitely -
I the word was hard to recognize.The .! produced a story that Is asocial
word dates away back to ear. study It deals with la strikeof

ly day and la probably of Arabic J white-collar( erl li'\( a large
-- origin. IT was none other than HENRY PLANT who also built the elaborate Tampa Bay Hotel then [department store who putt In long

"-0m the Florida Keys, close to led the way In the turning of a primeval wilderness one of the most luxuriously appointed In the hour) *, and receive starvation

half a century ago I noticed: that" on Florida' gulf coast Into one of the garden world. I rw4jt$ The *Juild-uBI\to' < 8ii crisis

the native who lived upon the spot of the, world. In 1881 Mr. Plant extended THE PWEU.fPLE w U_Jong ago carried 'Iii -I'move&lbng. rap4dJy! & ring the
fruits of the sea (Including a wreck I a new railroad from Waycross, Georgia, to Jack: every lab-tropical country in tile world and I II I characters ln It* current with their,
now and then) and patches of sonvllle and !later established modem steamship I It one of the most satisfactory of all tropical jldve problem 'and economic difI -

limes and sapodillas, which they I service en the BU Jclim from Jacksonville to San. enemies. ft grows on a low, ragged plant with I I iculties. .
'called ".oura and dillies," always ford. In 1884 his South Florida railroad wa word-like leave and perpetuates iUelf, by corona ||1 I Time out for lunch' was not

had a patch of aloe In their yard opened from Sanford to Tampa and he then established which grow out of the base of the plant near rufficlent to sign time,.slip*, visit
,which they used for many all- ,, their lockers twice by waiting their
the first regular: passenger steamer er- the crown. In Florida excellent pineapple are '
Kient I turn In the elevator for the
vice between Tampa, Key West and Havana. Hi grown from Ft. Pierce south. I one
On one little Island which wa use of the employee and get food
.deserted the aloe -- from the storf
spread over a away cafeteria
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., broad area and seemed natural- source of this very useful drug way history Is repeating itself. where inferior food wa served
Ized In the rugged coral rock In Aloe belong to the Lily family Dr. Williams said the famous author at high price Discharging those

place where It wa too salt, the with many species native to South CURRENT gave five reasons, none eco who had become efficient after
plant had a shrivelled sickly look, Africa. There i* a stiff basal nomical or political, for the fall' year of ,service and replacingthem
but lived on In spite of their rough' rosette of very succulent leave COMMENTBy and here are the five: Increase In, with lest experienced help

environment. These leave are sharp-pointed divorce, thus undermining the for a much smaller salary are a

In the tropical world, outside of with spines on the edges and often AGNEW WELSH national cornerstone, the home; few of the reason for the general
the teaming jungles In the trade. reach a size of eighteen Inchesor second, higher and higher taxes- dissatisfaction.
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wind area the white man can live more. The soft Inside of the ---- spending public money in amusements -i How the struggle between em-
leaf Is what is used for medicine. Edifies Notes' Mr welsh weleme_ and political graft third
In comfort If he follow a few ..._... ; ployer and employees waged the
D. his "Cmam.nbwhother
This turn dark in color and retains the mad for
fundamental rules; but many do thn k- hi raraml or >l rarlaM craze pleasure; extra expense necessary for a
not exercise eat heavily and drink it* virtue when dr* d. The Ilk his opinion. AiUrw Mm> retinas to An. Walsh. I's N. t
copiously, and In consequence a'' medicinal ingredient i* partly nth .... Miami i'Is weapon of war; fifth decay of, time of unrest, the; gradual coalition -
torpid liver develops, sometimesreferred oluabla In water so that a leaf religion The good doctor might of event, the method used
I be thinly sliced In water. This George C. Williams, doctor of have added
to a* "tropical I liver. In can that any two would i by the employer to intimidate the
water become very bitter and U philosophy; said In his lecture to have spelled danger three would
the case of a goose In the Old i workers and the final unity
World they prevented him from consumed about a wine glass full the Bryan Sunday school class In have been a menace four, a defeat among the employees are all Inside

moving and by forced feeding produced I at a time once or more time a day Miami his that he had been rereading and the five, a disaster. Can] glimpses of an Interesting sltuaition. -
depending upon the action of the "Gibbon's History of the see analogies In modern
enormous goose liver you any our The problem was met with
Decline and Fall of the RomaDEmpire" ,
which when combined with truffles drug. life? If so, what are you, severity on the one hand and
produce the famous pate del Aloe vera. the true aloe, or Barbados andwas startled at the doing about It? If not, waken up. determination and unity on the

fole gras of commerce. Owing to aloe, I* 'the kind usually other. '
lack of use, there I* fatty degeneration cultivated. This la the common tury B. C. to come front the Islandof A traveler who visited two vol-i I This story ha characterization

of the muscle, also producing kind In the Mediterranean region Sokotra. The "Barbadoes aloe" canoea of Africa below the equator -I and narration plus realistic vernac-
tender white meat The Idle, 'from which It was no doubt Introduced U the product of aloe. vera, a near Belgian Congo wrote ular which makes it a living, mov-
heavy eater In the tropics probably Into the West Indies. There species much planted In the Wilt his Impressions in Nature Magazine ing story and not a work of propa-
has the same kind of liver. The 'his a kind that conies from South.Indies, : "Great inky waves of corded,ganda.
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old-time cure was purging with Africa and a kind from Zanzibar, A bed of aloe ot several sorts lava swept peUmeD In every direction ,
salt or taking the cure at Carls I but they are probably no better his very striking since many have ; at night the spectacle be. ,
from
bad. Anything that help the than the common aloe vera of Bar- large, attractive leaves with masses came infinitely grander, with! grave near the Arctic Circle -
liver will probably help anythingelse 'badoee and Dutch Island off the of large yellow and orange flow dozen of blinding, fiery Cauldronl: probably those of pre-Eskl-
that all you. for that reason , coast of South America. Some of en. They will grow for it., longtime visible huge flame plunged and:mos. After a year' study, he will
aloe I II used for all kinds of the specie of the genus aloe are In the same place and in dry reared, making the lava bed a announce bid conclusions-most
trouble from cataracts to corns, highly ornamental and much used rocky region where other vegetation sheet of dazzling crimson and'likely to be further evidence that

and probably with some good ef' la rock gardens, but I do not know may be Kant It la a* yet unknown ,turning the bank of clouds above aacient Americans came ta these
fects.It that they contain the medicinal what part such bitter prlnIcJple | Into fields of glowing lljht. Wards chorea via the Aleutian Island
clean the body, stimulate virtue of aloe vetaw I ** M lupulla In hops aloin in fail to describe the grandeur; we This i Ia I reminder that the oldest

the liver and has a curative effect -I The plant i* propagated from slog abaiathiav In wormwood playIn were thrilled by the everlasting:'continual habitation In the United
on any lesions of the body root suckers. After "the lower the life history ot the) plant I rumbling, hissing and sizzling o{'!States I* Mid to be the Hopi Indian .

ellpeclIIlx.mucoul membrane leaves have been cut qff for sale,;' It U quite likely that browsing these cauldron of liquid fire." village ot Orabl in northeast
For several yean I have urged the plant can be Mveftd from the I animals or buy might leave these I e. a !,,Arizona From study oX tree
the planting of aloe In South root even with the ground. The Utter plants alone Although it Ike that' Mr. I'rings It i* known_to have existed
Tootleberrj. ,
I old be stuck Into the might not them from all : as early as 1370.
Florida. In fact, ten year ago plant can protect said hit clock la mighty
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commenced to distribute little ground and rooted again and from browsing creature, their chances queer .
when it goes on a strike it refuses :
in the University the old root left In the [ survival would be greater than :
plants to my student ground tot to strike. i i During the past decade the .
of Miami. It baa now developed young plant will spring. Prof. if they were sweet la flavor, _._ I(dairy business Increased eight per
Into an Industry of considerable Wm. Trelease says the "bitter, | They seem to. think that med.Idnal |I i icent throughout the U. S while
Importance. Leaves are aloes" of commerce Is a resinous aloes cane originally from Gradually are being forged the in the South the Increase wa ten
old locally in stores and also ship Juice'much used a* a laxative.!that strange Island of Sokotra chain that bind the present with per cent This baa two ilgnitl1 -
ped away. Aloe garden may be The best quality la called Soco-t'dose to the Gulf of Aden and Ital- the prehistoric past. Dr. F. G.'1 i cancei: first that the South 1*

aeen here and there. It I* an in- tine or Zanzabar aloes," a product.Ian Somaliland, This Wand was Rainey of the American Museum1!'{:growing and, second, that it may
fant Industry on Its way to what ot Alee Perry) which was known also the- hoaae ot frankincense of of Natural History I* making .1'prove to be the future dairy re-

we hope may become a permanent I by the Greeks of the .fourth cen-(Biblical fame. study of some fifty skulls taken i sloe of our nation.




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Here Are Secrets of |I MMrf LK<->

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I -"Mr*. L. O. HaD and ton R O.
Sowing Garden Seed I Hall of West Palm Beach are visitIng VaA

J Or and loin Berger"

I I I I -"Mtu Folsom and Mri Cooper

will teach In the Coconut Grove
I I 41u school until their term finishes.

I Miss' Robertson and Miss Awry
of the Homestead school, and Miss
, Getman of the Florida City school,

I ev, will all leach the rest of the term Y
In Miami. Miss McCord leaves this

week for her home In Xentuck,."

."Ora Neff ,has purchased 40
acres of the old Wagner place a

west of town ."
I
-"Mrs. M. A. Redd mother of

the Redd brothers, and Mrs. R. L,
Barton mother of Mrs. C. M. Redd

left this week for Aiken, S. c., '
after a few weeks pleasantly spent
In Homestead" I

I Space Garden Bows Accurately I Make Drill for Seeding Stealth !i it iyr -"Will A. Morgan leaves Sunday -
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for Vero. ..
-"Mrs. Ida Ivey mother of
You can't stretch a folding rule-thls enterprising Pontiac Mkiman Hies
Mrs W. M. Bradley Is a visitor
t 6.oot carpenter rule to illustrate the generous proportions of hit 1141 can
from Camilla, Ga, arriving last He is shown demonstrating to a prospect that the new Umstccl" Turret T. \
week. Body by Fisher of this Pontiac Streamliner Torpedo Sedan measures a fuj
_"Otis Radford son-in-law of II inches from side to nda. .

# I F. P. Cahoon, arrived last week -
4tw to make his home here His wife I 1,
(Campbell, Carl Sheffield Helen thinks of Homestead, from I cal
has been hare foe time.
some Jrocker, Aileen Bryant, Fay Ha- meroial standpoint Is evidentby
-"A surprise party was given non, Richard Fuchs, Rita Fitch,! their recent purchase .f"I
E. S. Carter at4he.Williams' home
Leona Matthews, Margaret Jackson Plummer building of which tb
at Modello' Thursday night, in
OJlle Robertson, Preston Love- have been tenants for a to
.honor of his
birthday.
1.and, Sadie Cochran, James Wal- time. , ."
: "WnT.Ahdenon, Jr. arrived .
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I,am; Russell Home, Gene Davis
Sunday night:at the Homestead
Cyrus Jordan, Corbett Ceigev\
Hoaptart. .M ther: .an4'. thUd are ,r.reese Carmichael, NIU Davis.Th ."

doing-"The wvU.1 largest 'class that has -" Florida school cloe.or .'1 END TABLES k 11

ever been graduated by the Homestead ed / the saon on Friday test, Latest Styles and *
I acidly finishing the term before
Grammar school, was presented
taesTfl
.ewTeWBeedttklrBow AtwayiWlebewasi
Finishes f
Its certificates .t the schoolhouse he present financial difficulties
tar apart should Van ta make Tt tm&emn, land rmonably 1 t>n Mdnday idflHt, April iroee. (Florida City)." $2.25 up.

Ute vegetable or cutting garden be exact the directions tH i BSth Tlie'class consisted of -"D. C. Vowieblood, 28, who
? There Is no standard airewer Some crops
planted
to this qucitlot. ttMkct growers you to sow In "hills." Except In 29 boys and girls with a preponderance I us been employed here for some
may plant 4MiM, toe example regime: ot heavy rainfall and poor I of girls They were': lIne and Min Ruby Lee Anderson, SMITHGRAVES'FURNITURE 'i
to tow Vat vary from tw' drainage, this does not mean ftt Martha Jeffrey Clyde Grubbs, 12! of Miami were united In matrtnoy ,
inches Watt' an tJcli*.., % eMS .vatlon. 1t.1r:17. means bat Merlin Loomis, Claude Campbell, I last Saturday and are occupying : -
less soil, to tree' 1s t's+br ft !A several seeds are sown in a group CO.;
lose Tower Kathryn Drew, Astrid I IProm the Graves house on Tenth I :
desired to cultivate 'UI"'Ia (III be thinned ouv later) and the
.I itreet" (Florida City).
horse or tractor. groups<< are spaced some distance Arietta McCullough, Jennie
The home garden,'whloli tan'toe apart"drill", In contrast to the continuous Sue Norton, Zdrle Norton, Mildred "What the Hector Supply Co, I

watered when and cup
necetsarjr Tear off one end ct the packet
,
with plant food s required
piled I
seed If
and examine the they are
dot
should be laid oat chiefly eonveaiencc -
email II will pay to mix with them
In Culttvntlng tart
; exeapt
three times their bulk In Until
shout blue I
and bushy Crops
wine
001 rosin they Weed to develop colored sand, perfectly dry. WU
Pot the lt and eon crops, dwarf it thoroufhly.Hy .
peas and beam. and must flowers tobloing the paoket as t .bflll DOES YOUR CAR HAVE ANY
width between torn day be In the illustration, aced tapping
the
it ccnty! tvfth the onfmgtr the
equal to Sloe space you can cultl
seed Can be made to crop evenlyIn
vats wth ore trip of the wheel .
Utt rot, and the sacra will prevent
bos, othatever cultivator you eewinc tee tjnlcUyA1KT OF THESE
my use. nil 4a iUnly <. fee 28Inches. Sawing take Mil over ho FAULTS
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seeds and tsmp 4: down with (hafjot
: Toner growing Vegetables c bbsies or tae blade boll and Seed
cauliflowers and tomatoes, must be in close contact:, that ? .
should have up to twice as much; when germination starts food la .
and vine crops four to six feet. It liquid form may be cxi.acted ftom
does not pay ta 411'oWIL Above all, the soil to nourish the growing

whatever spacing you decide upon, plant. r ..

Following Salt of a pedal attachment ( fulcrum I Lacks Power and Speed? .. (. I' 1t'f .'I."", .

lever converts a vertical reciprocal "C'' ,
The quiet man in the crowd had motion Into a circular movement I .- _., Hard to Start? iltoS ,\ ".

grown tired of. the boastful talk The principal part of the machineis I Uses Too Much Gas? ; .k .
of the others So, when there was a huge disc that revolves m a :(

a lull In the conversation, he began vertical plane. Power is applied Vibrato or ran rough? i!;', ,' .. ,
: I i I through the axis of the disc and ",' .(IT ,,1, '"oJl t,
toI .
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"This morning I went over work is done on the periphery. .., ti Sluggish and No Pep? '*
see a new machine veVe got at wheN the hardest steel by mere I .:
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our place, and it's astonishing how Impact nay be reduced to any ,1 ; ,,
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shape" '" '
It works. < ,
"And how does It work!" asked. What 1> this wonderful machine -
?" chorused the crowd.

tins."Well," was the reply, "by means "A IP'llIdstoll.-TId-Blta. "
Drive it Into our garage and have the engine SCIENTIFICALLY
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TESTED '\Vlt! "our netf SUN MOTOR TESTER and ,.

,The WortcT News Seen Thre cjh '* see for yourself ,,'bats needed to put it in first class operating "

THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR '"

An MtnttlmHl Duty NtvtptptfCenimicti.e condition. .

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ba_Editorub Are Timtttr awl Inttraclfre: and In D tfFwune
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t Price 111.00 Yeerly. w *1.00 e Month. South Krome Ave. Phone 18
: Saturday twM, Including KUfunM Seeds, IZ.M a Yeac.Inuoductorr .
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m Give Homeless Child Real Vacation, u


Homestead High-Lights Ii Suggests Florida Children's Home Headfl i iJacluonvllle

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May 1-Tht Child-eel the home.
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rcn's Horn .Society of Florida' The society expects these boys
land Parents Will Hold BASKETBALL BOYS MEET Four Pupils Win Trip at''land I girls to be willing to do little-.

Closing Meeting May 5 By Dorothy Sulllviri 1 As Camera Club PrizeBy which has receiving home odd jobs in return for their vacation '
Miami Pensacola and
Ever since basketball season I Jacksonville i privileges. It will furnish each

By Frances KntUnd has ended the B.aketball'lte.eue'' Evelyn Sykes Lakeland II making Its annual J child I reasonable supp'y of cloth-

The band and glee club feel meets every Monday night The! Four members of the camera appeal for summer vacation homes ting for the summer "
awarded for their hard work of this league Is. 'I I I Full Information wilt gladly be '
in purpose to keep club students went to South for Its big family of homeless boys

betting ready for the concert, be. the boys In practice as well as Miami Tuesday night to see Mr. and girls, but It Is particularly I given by Marcus C "Daddy"of the Fagg, 4'
i state superintendent Child-
[.SUM it was I great success and to get I line on new candidatesfor W. K. Barnwell who has a model '
anxious this for vacation j'ren's
40
year Home Society, Buckman J
large crowd filled the au- the varsity group next year. dark room. These four members *
ffitorlum. The following boys have been were: Forrest Bell, Marlow Jacob- homes for boys from ten to fifteen I Building, Jacksonville or it can

The band collected around reporting: Ralph and Bobby Del-'' sen, Bobby Chambers and Lamar years of age. : be secured from any one of the

|foO.00 clear. This will finish pay/I Unger, Matt Ballero, Charles Dickeruon. They won this trip by Each year for the past ten years society's receiving homes.
ng for the sousaphone, and there Robertson, Billy Forte Flentoy being the first members of the the society has been placing children | No children under six yean of

vill be enough left over to pur. Lotte, Arnold Mclwain. Felix Bui-: club to take, develop and print in carefully selected family age are available for vacation ".

rase pins, stripes, letters, etc. !! lard, D. U and Harry Bowen,I their own films. homes for the summer. homes, and the greatest need Is

The lad Band Patrons' lIOCI.. Horace Goodwin, Lanier Whitehead -', At Mr. BarnweU'a place the boys All that the society asks of the vacation homes for older boys.

Ion meeting of the year will be Sam Biondo, Clarence Williams " enlarged pictures from negatives families who offer homes to these

aid May 5. All band parents art Fred Hobart, and Walter, they had taken. boys and girls is that they be NOTICE FOB OP TAX APPLICATION DIED
[irged to come. I I Brannan. : people of unquestioned good char ril. HUM
The freshmen and Junior highboys Far-Slfhted acter, that they treat the children' Notion to koratv ..... that 11.11I..... '
i.., holder M aariinoo at City of H_
GIRLS PLAT BASEBALLThe are looking good and should, the and discipline them just as they .teal T.. COnt,-... suith.r.d .
had reached
physical ed girls are now 1]I give the varsity I battle for their Young Douglas would their own youngsters, and 4917 dated the Ilk day of Doo'
age of seven when he was promoted ..weber, A. D. 1W7. bas filed a>ldoartlfloata .
laying baseball. AU girls InterestIn positions next year I to the dignity of having a room that they be willing to come for la a>y 01'..., lad ka ..... .
participating In the Play The .ppitautbn for sex dead to houo shallow
basketball tournament them at
the children and return
to himself. His fond parents hid .in aaord.ns with low. Said V.rtiftc.1* .,
meet which will be held
ay > will start on Tuesday of furnished it with care and the end of the summer, or bear, embraces, the following dWrlbtd prop
lay 7 will practice after school week. The great arty, situated hi Dade County. Florida, "i
next sophomore class showed it to him with no little the expense of having the child to wits '.
We are hoping that we will win won last Jelr.JUNIOa. pride and satisfaction. brought to them and later return- et', d IIE\4 01 JilE" of IW\4....
his time. tloa II. Townahlp 17 South Rant. IS 4
Douglas viewed it in illencc. I Ka.t. sustaining I went MOT or IOM,
HIGH.NEWSBy "Now said his father" I In the City of HoMtMd. County ofDodo. 1io'
son,
ELEMENTARY NEWS Answering the telephone In the state of Florid., !'
By Vara Rheney Aida Connor I "this furniture Is of the best It fire station, a fireman heard awoman's THo aMonnoni of rid property .anorr 1
the Certificate leaned was In .... ..... of
Jn art, Miss Jackson's pupils are The best speaker from the three' will last you a lifetime. timid voice. "Is this the Thomas 1. D. It.... Unless, mid oritlfl.cata .
Still Douglas kept silent ko ......md .... 1
king elephants ill dressed up speech classes of the seventh 'I fire station? she asked. hall onto ins to law,
,
will how thereon
sired
tax oa the 41k
"Don't like it, Douglas? "
o illustrate the story they are eighth and ninth grades were I you "Yes. that's right replied the diy of J..... A. D.. 141
"Oh yes I like it But how doI freman, eagerly. Dated! thin tnk day ol April A. D. J.I'
and the
ending, "Baby Elephant known In the regular assemblylast i "".
know wife will like ItT'VGrit .jj,
my "Well continued the voice "I
,
Red Cup. They have I book chart Friday of our school. The E. B LEATHERMAN. 'a

jilt every pupil's name on It, I best speakers appointed were: I have Just had a new rock garden Clark of. County.Circuit Court FIor.... ;

eI for every book read by atudent Ralph Davis of the seventh, Tom NOTICE OP APPLICATION built, and I've put In some new Circuit Court SealD.4.

there Is a. miniature paperk II Hodges of the eighth, and Warren '.I FOB Pus TAX 14101Nolle DEED plants but"Where's-" (May ..By S.N'I.C.II.8TCRRETT.in. 1041.1 D, a 1
the fire? the fireman
made with the name of thek Robinson of the ninth grade. la kmby given that BailiwickIn '
I ... koldrr a* '.".M of City of H_' almost shouted. 'II
printed the cover and These three
on will to
speakers go .good Tat Cent,..... .. .r.. ,011Turner's
placed by the child's name in the 'Perrine for another speaking con ; .u.,. dated the third day of June, "Some of these new plant are
bart. The pupils have enjoyed ,1 A. D., IM. ka. Iliad laideoHlflcal very expensive andthe voice Funeral Home y
I test.Mrs. la a>y offlc. and ha. aiadcapplication
e lilies, amaryllis, and otherlowers Rutland's regular English : far tot ..... to how Ihmonla went on."Look.
It-na AMBULANCE SERVICE
with law. said eert.flsiembra.se the fireman brokeIn
aoioidaac here
brought by members of classes are working this last six
dooerltwl
the followln. pros.rty
he cl.... weeks on literature. situated In Dad County n .i "what you want Is a flower Lady Attea"aDt 4

The In Mrs. Edwards' General so wit tSite shop." Phone 1184-R Homestead, Fla.
pupils science classes are still of Nwit of SEH of cwt end
m have enjoyed stories from studying microorganisms and their Nit of SWH of itllo, SW<4segib I 'No, I don't" said the voice. "I
.. books. of Tract II. and .. was coming to. that In I minute. 'Ij
library work. .
e new Bloch g. Miami Land 0... Co. Soo.tloa
Mrs. Thurihan's pupils are verymuch One large class of Mrs. Hind.man' IS, Township IT south Ra... My neighbor's house Is on fire,

interested In memorizing is divided into .three sec II*Eart., la Ik ro.l.lalna-* City of R_* anew.....more County orho and I don't want you clumsy firemen -I kJf4Ht J
of Rose Fyleman's poems tions. Section One cooked for Section 04 Dado. sate at Florida stomping over my garden
._ of told under
Th .vat property when you come here.-Ex.
children. Among those learned Two and Section
or Three a tko MTtlflcaM. bawd was In the name of

are three they like best, "A short time ago and then Section auto u. ka.wn.ko Mussed Unl..aorardln. uid to arrtlfl.ihall ..... ....................... . . ....a........... ............
Fairy Went A-Marketlng." Two cooked for Section One and tax dead will how thereon .a the 4tkilod
'Wishes." and "Visitors." Section Three. Last Tuesday was day of Ja.. A. D.. "41. :
this ..... day of April A. D.
The pupils In Miss Ray s room I Section Three's turn to cook for **".

started I vegetable garden last the other two sections.: E. B. LEATHERMAN. .
Clerk of Circuit Court.Dad.
(Monday In the vacant lot across Some time ago these classes County "........ ,
from the school building. Mary served half of the teacher of Cheats Court "L
I By N. e. I1T1IREn' D. C.
Lou Lawrence won the prize for Homestead and Florida City. Today (May g. S. I'. .1. $o. 141.

[having made the belt butterfly.Now they are to serve the other .
NOTICE OP APPLICATION
they are making red birds halt '' FOB TAX DEED
and blue-Jays in art Mrs. Carter Fib S4M4
NOTICE OP APPLICATION Notre b hereby given that Bailiwick.la. .
ubstituted for Miss Ray while FOB TAX DEED ... holder .. aol>... of City of Hoa.
line was ill. rue I40M I I stead Tax C.rtlflcai . ..r..
Moth b koroay clvoa tint Bailiwick.IIM ...... datrd the fifth day of "..
Mrs. Hood's pupils have finished koldcr .* axanM of City of HoawrrtS. _..... A. D.. IM7. has fllrd Midwtlflcat
readers and ire exchangingI st..d Tax Certificate u..her.d hi aiy offlr. and has anad.appllcalkm .
slated the fourth day of Juno for tax dew lo low thri...
I each other. The plants In A. D. IMS, bas filed ..id :. acoordaaca with law. IteM nrtlflcatoaaUiraoo = The
I their garden have come up. orUfkat I. say off... ... kaa audappllcatloa I the following described prop stuff
for tat deed to how thereon arty, situated la Dada County, Florida,
The pupils In Mrs. Cooper's la accordant with law. Said errtlfkataomhraof t* wit
I Switzerland 1 t tland 1 the following described prwporty. Lot S. lock .. Miami Land a Do>.
room are studying situated l. Dad. c.-... Florida, Co. C... .... II, Township 17 South.
some of the girls are making to wit. Range II Et Containing I arrva
I II Lot '. Block Jo. Tow of Horn sun or I.... J. tko City of Honw.Uad. HOMES
J free-hand drawings of scenes In I I I .toad. la the City of Howwotoad.Coaaty . County of Dad., stated Plaid. : aremadeof
Switzerland. They have finished of Dado. ante of Florida.I .. I
I The unmanlit of tald property wader The aoMoBa.rai of said properly under
Wood Carver"and
"Toni the
reading I I,the oarUflcaMJOMod Was la the name of the eonlfleau based was la the wUakaawa. 01,
are starting "Heidi. I Ukawa. Ual*** laid oortlflItala Unless bold orrtlfl.at .
shall W redeemed aotordlua to .... ...... ... rud-and aonrdlmi to ladotd ..;
Mrs. Bird's room his finished '{sot dead will loan tamo, oa the 41k u. will ..... threaten oa th* *lk
I the surprise packages it has day of Jaaa. A. a. IMI.DaMd. day of J...., A. D? I". 9 Homes start with the wisp of
I I tan Sttk day of April A. D, hated thai Sttk day of April. A. D. a
been making. '*" 141. .
In Mrs. Moser'i room the first I E. a. LEATHERN E. B LKATHERHAN. wish and grow quickly by way of ;
CUrt at ClnaM Court. Clerk of Chests Court
lit* weeks of their contest Is up. Dad County Florida.Circuit .IIMo.c:....., Florida hopes and plans, facts and fig.ures' .
I The sixth grade won and will be ; Court awl.by Circuit Court ...
N. Co ana.m. 0. c. By N. C. STERKETT. D. C. into the s
I treated with I party given by the I (Map .. t. I.. .1. a$. 1..1.1 (May .. S. I'. I.. M. 141.1 r practical stage.
I fifth grade. I I

Mrs. Wynn's pupil cut freehand That's where we come in!

I flowers and and made
vases
tJU/Ldl
I posters for the borders around iLotR. Jr: Ofw .. Well guide your home ideas ,


tjle. Baseball room. games were played Sears Pioebuck Co. along practical lines . tell you i

[ with Redland last Monday after- how you can use your "rentmoney" -
noon. The fifth and sixth grade ,

[girls lost but the boys won. The BISCAYnE. BOULEVARD AT I3tfl ST. to build a modern small

f score for the fifth grade girls was ..... home on the'FilA Plan . advise 5 S
33-20 and for the sixth "I ..girls

I was 3220. The fifth grade boys' "'.(.1111' J3EPAr\nninT: STOr\e- you about new materials. .

[ was H-10 an dthe sixth
score
grade boys score was 2o-a. 9 . a Our ideas and advice are free. h ; ,

17 CD So call us now-before you're : '

= ready to build that little home

DR.R.S.AKERSDENTIST DR. ,C. H. DENBY I e of your dreams! .s_

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Osteopathic Physician II .
Offfcfj Hew ta..t.swsa_ '

.....,.1 a to ItCtaaa : W. D. HORNE CO.

Satardar Phone 29 :
I FRANK L. SKILL Owner

free Parking Space Homestead Fla. Hardware, Lumber and Building Materials

iHi K. w. 36= ar, MiA>nraoNi (Over Brown'i Drag Store) : Be eaea41. Fla ....... 547J.A .
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Mav 2.. 1941 THE HOMESTEAD LEADER-ENTERPRISE pace Seven .

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FLORIDA: CITYBy Edison Family to Erect Cultural "


In and Around.flomesicad I Mra. W. W. Severr I Center as 2 Memorial to Inventor .1,

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I j I Mr. and Mra. C. Dunn and their Fort Myer, May l-FNS T ) The contract (or construction '1, ,
granddaughter Dolores, of Greenwich call for work to begin In
Conn.. arrived In Florida Contract WM let last treek[ fora the't
with
early summer, the proviso
City to group of buildings lot public 1
Monday visit! with Mr. and that if the nation lets Into war
'Mr*. Wm. J. Geronimo. They visited service, a library reading room, the building will be postponed.The ,t

r. : In Key West Wednesday art gallery and cloister, .to be: memorial will become a

J.fn. C T. Harper plans to leave i Mr. and Mrs. Jules Abraham of reared ai a memorial to ThomasA. repository of many object con
Dr. and Mr J. H.
next week for Tallahassee where Coral Gables and Mr. Abraham's family moved* Booker and Edison on a tract of eight acre' nected with Edison' life and I
Wednesday from
the will attend commencement parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Clayof the Potter house N. near the Ediaon borne. work or acquired by the Edison
exercise at the Florida State College Atlanta, visited Mr. and Mrs the Griesbach on Broadwayto Thla will be a gift to the com- family.
for Women where her daughter Byrum Monday ] street. cottage on Eighth munity of Mr*. Mina Miller Edison -] r
t tAll
Mist Cecelia, I Ia a Junior. They I and the Ediaon family, aa a SUBMIT: BILLS BY MAY IS
will return by way of Gainesville Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Robertson cultural center. The laboratory I
.
Mr* C E. Penschofen those
of Mest I having bills or accounts -
where Mr. Edison conducted hU
and attend social functions con- of Homestead will leave today fora
Point, Pa. and EustU, Fla. arrived against the Redland District
experiment In aearch of rubber
nected with commencement exercise two-week visit with friends and I
: Wednesday for a month's visit Chamber of Commerce are hereby
that could be In com-I
produced
at the University of Florida. relative In Covlnjton, Ga.
i
with Mr.
and Mrs.
H. J. Derby. mercial quantities In this country, notified that all outstanding bill
hire. and accounts must be presentedIn
Wm. Parman left Sunday for Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Hickson of will be retained, and serve aa a
Toledo after Naranja have aa guests for a fewday I handcraft workroom, while fur- writing not later than May II,
his home In pending
Mr. and Mr .
1941
Wm. otherwise be
Henn and they will not
Mr Hickson' ther back In the ground a alat
the winter with his ion and brother and
Mr. Brown of consideration.EDW. .
Savannah Ga., given serious
daurfhter-ln-law MA and :Mrs, sisters-in-law, Mr. and Mr*. J. S.: house will be a achoolroom for
the .
spent week-end visiting Mr. STILINQ, PresidentT.'E.
C. J. Parman.Mr. Hickson and Mr. 'and Mr*. F. M.: children learning practical gardenIng -
and Mr*. Fred Henn. I horticulture.the KIRBY, Treasurer.
Hickson of Nathalie, V*. and
(Apr. 18, 25, May J, I. 16, 1941)
and Mrs. W. J. Vlck of I Mr. and Mrs E. W. Severanddaughter
Could will leave for their summer Mr*. E. J. Dyal: left for her Joan, of Miami, were Ft. Dallas chapter O. E. S, tvnym vyvt7,1wT.
home in Alliance, Ohio, the summer home In Hendersonville I Sunday guest of Mr. and Mr*. Monday evening in Miami. .
last of the week. Monday.Mr. W. W. Severy.
I Bunny Hunter of Coral Gables
EXPERT
Mr. and Mr. T E. Sokol and and Mr. A. G. Buck of I Mrs. S. Mattson of Cape Sable I II visiting his grandmother, Mr*.
daughter, Theodora, who have Homestead visited Mrs. John C. ,spent the week-end visiting relatives J. K. Scott.
been living In the Rldgeway house' Haley in Key West Sunday. Mr*. in Florida City,
on Bauer drive left for their homein Hajey. the former Miss Ovelda I Bobby Haberlandt of Miami BARBERING
Cleveland Thursday morning. Garrett, returned with them Sun- Mr. and Mra. H. M. Degler spent the week-end visiting Mr.
They plan to return In a year or I day and spent the night and part I moved Wednesday from the Cries- and Mr. Rudolph Mattson

10. i of Monday here. bach cottage on Eighth street to 1 I HAIRCUT_ 40c
the Foster I - .
cottage on 10th street,
Mlssei Alman and Alta Wilker- I Mrs. J. L. Ballard I* recovering I which they purchased recently I: SHAMPOO.._ 40c ,
on and their brother, Hunt and from an operation performed last i
John, left Sunday for their homein week in Jackson Memorial Hospital I Mr. and Mrs. Jim Kemp of MASSAGE ._ 40c
Paris, Mo., after pending the Miami were guests Friday at the I ONLY
winter In Redland. home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Henn. MONKEY
Mr*. Jack Gatlin, with her ion, I JUNGLE BUSH'SBARKER
Mr J. L. Burton returned born last week Inhe James '
yesterday I Miss Kathleen Freeman ha recovered IN THE U.S.
from Atlanta where she Archer Smith Hospital, was returned irom her recent illness.
had been visiting hIIOn! and to her home Monday. I s n..u.'s M..y

daughter-in-law.Dr. and Mr*. Joe Mr*. Norrl.-v;;;" Goldren left I The Woman's Christian Serv- w Jangle Wool w.4 Drive s.ah wage dr.ras.
Burton. for Lake Worth April 24 to at- ice Society of the Cjtmnunlty' .a 14ans.a.a.rr.ad
tend the funeral of her grand Church will hold Its regular Highway.lIl SHOP
Mr. and Mr. R. S. Dunn returned father. monthly meeting May 7 with Mr*.
to their home in Homestead Albert Hinman aa hostess.
Sunday night after a short visit Mrs. Avis Bitting who recently N. KROME AVE.
with relative. in Blackshear; Ga, underwent an operation in the Mr*. R. W. Mullins of Florida I li
i\ flVf Jamey Archer Smith Hospital was 'City and Misses Esther and Helenl .

Mr. Vera Summertln 6fWest returned to her' home In South Livingston of Homestead attended! a1Bmavwe_ .......................................AAj........uu..
Palm Beach and her grandson, Allapattah Garden yesterday.Mr. .
.. .
Buddy Burnett, pent the week- ---
end here with Mr. and Mrs. G. A. and Mr. R. G. Blackwall
West. of Miami spent Sunday with Mr.
and Mrs. W. W. Bethea.

W H. Heuer of Redland 1
receiving .
Mra. Ruby W. Rye of Miami
treatment in the James
underwent a minor operation in
Archer .Smith. Hospital. the James Archer Smith Hospital

Mr*. B. E. King 'of Bradenton, yesterday. - I : . : '

Legion Auxiliary district president Ernest Todd, Jr, son of Mr. and I UseRedland
visited her lmIthtr- law. and Mr*. E., F. Todd of Princeton Is
sister, Mr. and Mr*. J. R. Byrum, stationed at MacDill field where he II .
Saturday on her return from theLegion Is connected with the army air)

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f.. . . Social Events in South Dade . 'I !I




I 0. F. McINTYRE TO-MEET WITH ART CLUB -DINNER-- --IS GIVEN IN HONOR- -' AND MRS. CALKINS CELEBRATE &: I

OF W. K. HAAS' BIRTHDAYIn IMR.
MEMBERS MAY 9 FOR CRITICISM SESSION I honor of the birthday of W.I,, FORTIETH ANNIVERSARY OF MARRgQE

-- I K. Haas, Mrs. Haas gave a dinner -- .

O. F. Mclntyre. Miami artist and, woven silk pictures made la party at their home on Farm Life Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Calkins The centerpiece was a wedding
art director Of the Miami Dally'I France and tome early lithographsmade j road. pioneers of the district who homesteaded cake topped with a miniature.>> !

News, will meet with membersof In Switzerland.Club Covers were laid for: Mr. and on Palm avenue west of bride. J4 .

the Homestead Art Club Friday -: members present planned Mrs. Edw. SUling, Mr. and Mrs. Florida City thirty yean ago, Covers were laid for: kr.anilMn.

evening, May 8, to criticise I a trip 1o Lignum Vitae Key for I Tom Graves of Miami Mr. and celebrated the fortieth anniversary Calkins, Mr. and Mrt.1Wal'll.

recent work done by the group. today. Mrs. Tom Graves, Jr, of Miami, I of their marriage at a dinner Mr and Mrs. Hugo Vlhl.ntMr.

The meeting will be held at 7.30: I Mrs. Ruegg and Mrs. Russell Miss Virginia Haas and Mr. and I liven lor them by their eon-ln- and Mrs. Herman HeinMa;;Xiu .

o'clock in the Chamber of Com- Anderson, hostesses for the meeting Mrs. Haas. law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs.R. Clara Sayers, Richard Heinlela,

merce building.At served ice cream and cookies. . G. Ward, at the Ward home In Rosemary, Phyllis and 'Forrert
the monthly program meeting -I Preesnt were: Mr. and Mrs "n"'T CalendarYM..MLM..NMM.IY.OYMMINM"M i Miami Beach. Burke and Patricia Heloleln.of .

of the club held Friday Ruegg Mr. and Mrs A. C. Easton, e ,ar

ing at the home of Mr. and even-I Mrs Frank Webb, Mrs. Anderson, W MMYIeIMay I'RESBYTEKIA\l!\ AUXILIARY the Homestead Methodist Churchat

Henry Rurgg Mr. McIntyre: Mrs. B. E., Gstlln, Mrs. J. E:. Gau- Meeting of Episcopal HOLDS PROGRAM )MEETIVO a meeting Monday night at the I

on topics previously requested "by ens, Mrs. Robert Gauzens, Mrs. Auxiliary with Mrs. W. J. Clark.] A "Christian Col- home of Mra. Jason Avery. ,The
the club, and In the discussion: Paul Reynolds, Mrs. Ben Archer May :2 Ad Astra Chapter meetIng program on Mrs circle Is studying the book.,"Ixplorlng -
legei" by
I which followed answered numerous I Miss Bertha Mill Hausmnn Miss honoring grand officer I Frank Hathaway was presented at a meeting of the Bible. )jf
questions on theory and I Mabel Everltt Betty Gatlin and May Installation of officersof I Present at the meeting]were:
the Woman's Auxiliary of the
I technique I the Rev. Robert H. Spear and Mr. Homestead B. P. W. C. I Homestead Church Mrs. B. M. Hmdman Mr,,f Lloyd

Mr, Ru.(g exhibited some rareOMVS I Iu. McIntyre. May Meeting of Redland Presbyterian Field\ Mrs. Geo. Barnett' Mrs,
__ _ April 24 at the home of Mrs. R.
Neighborhood Circle with Mrs. Leslie Ditter, Mrs. Clark, Mr*.
II C. Jackson in Naranja.
\\' CLUB TO FLAN I AREME CLUB SELECTS Geo. Wrgiht Mrs. J. M. Holferty directed the I A. M. Logan and Miss jLobdeU

PARTY FOR GRADUATESThe I MAY VISITING COMMITTEEA I May Meeting of Garden Clubat Bible study period, and Mrs. T. land Mrs. Avery. R'i '
home of Mrs. W. K. Haas. meeting will M held
garden party! honoring the i visiting committee for the L. Hodges conducted the devotional I The next
graduating class of Homestead May 8-Band Parents' Association at the home of Mrs. LOgan oa
month of May was appointed at part of the program.
High School was postponed Tues I a meeting of the Areme Cluh I meeting In Homestead High I Plans for th, annual birthday May 26. |
School music _
day because of rain. j Friday night In the I. O. O. F. ball. room. celebration of the auxiliary will
I The committee ,Mrs. W E. Rhe- The committee is composed of May Business meeting of I be completed at the next meeting, : DORCAS CLASS DECIDES

: ney, Mrs. Orin E. Smith Mrs. H.I Mrs. Geo. W. Turner Jr.. Mrs.J. W. S. C. S. in church. fe.-I May 8, in the manse, It was an I TO MEET DURING BUMMER

Ruegg Mrs. Herbert Katz and ; VT. English, Mrs. Lloyd belts May 6-Music and1 speech I nounced. The Dorcas Class of the First
tival for South Dade In Perrlne. I
.
Mrs. H. B. Beattie win meet this and Mrs. R. W Mulltns. Miss I Present at the meeting were: Baptist Church'of Homestead decided

I afternoon at the home of Mrs..j Esther Livingston president, had P.May T. A.7-executive Meeting of committee Homestead in Mrs. J. fc. McClung, Mrs. Ovid I at a meeting April 24 at the

Rheney to make plans for some charge of the meeting. home economics rooms at :3 p. m. Sullivan, Mrs. R. E. Trotter Mrs. home of Mrs. W. B. Cave. to corn
other kind of entertainment for Mrs. Sam J. Davis, chairman of A. F. Darling Mrs. W. H. Owens, I tbiue its meetings during tn summer -
May Meeting of W. M. U.i
the seniors.HARRIS the April visiting committee' reported circles. . I Mrs. R. N. Herman Mrs. Joel J. I The next meeting {...iI1. b*
that 10 calls had been made Robinson; Mrs. C. Ben Plummer,
.CHILDREN May Mullcsl tea of Belle held at the Home of Mrs.. Julia
e RAVE and 39 bouquets had been ..entdUl'1na Mrs. J. A. Ricks, Mrs. tfeo. M.
Bennett Circle at home of Mrs. I Polk May. 22, ft was anD ncecI.
y ANNIVERSARY PARTY the past month. Julian H. Webster at 4 o'clock. Frick, MnCarl.l'.ltebl-. Present were:')In.,Chi: Mars
Mrs. Vannfe tee Harris, Jr.,givt Mrs. Gussie Joiner WM lbestess.enjoyed .' Cora-'Roblnsoa Mrs. Hodges Mrs: .
May Meeting of PresbyUitan tin; Mrs. J. R. B*.amr Mr*. T. Z. ,
a party at pet biome Wednesday Bingo was arm the tneettof. JfcdMrty; Mrs,HaUlaway and Mrs. "
Auxiliary la manse. j Kirby .Mrs. .*. A. iTurntiv\, Mrs.
afternoon in honor of the birth: :I I May 0-:$. R. a. Junior play,;Jackson: ? '.C. T. ,Harper h:,*:.11,Smith,,
day anniversaries of her daughter,: esent*welwt: Urs. A. It "- Hrt.
"Young April. : ;, .Mrs. ;). Lawrence ..coT .Folk, + fc'
.v.'t.
Gladys Aim, who Was three wod ." .'
bem, Mrs. W. B. Caves, Mrs. Davis, May: fVMeetlng of Homestead ram UWBME1A: 4taUEJenti.LobdeTJ and W1...C vex
her son, Carl who was a year old.t(Mrs.Joiner.: Mrs. MuQin, Mrs.] Art Club Ik. Chaanbar: of Commerce OJ "02. s1VBtt 1'- Y

Jackie Caves and Ann Sullivan ,Deaf and Mist UvID tOn. I building. j Rios conducted ,Mr. and Mr*. ? L. Wliiams of .

von print tot drawing the lucky I lULU May 116Meetingof Princeton t the study course ,of the .T.IIIII'1 f Miami were dinner guests of }fr, .\
The
numbers Trwn i sand psll.
BENNETT CIRCLE I W. S. and Mrs. J. X. lyrum ToesdayuDIXIE ,
Horn Demonstration Club at homeof LobdeQ Circle of the : ;.
livers were sand pal's and tslloons. -''TO GIVE TEA THURSDAYThe .
l Mrs. Walter Peterson at 1-30: -,-
I I Belle Bennett Circle of the May 12 of Y. W A.
-Meeting It
Snapshot of the group were I II I IWI .. .nlf. O..U. y., .aao
W. S. C. S. of the Homestead with :Miss Dora Scott.
taken. I I
I
Methodist Church will give a May Installation of officers
Ice and cake served.
cream were ', musical tea at the home of Mrs. at dinner meeting of Redland
Little ones present were: Carla
Julian H. Webster Thursday afternoon I P.-T. A. In school cafeteria. DRUG
Darelng. Nina Sullivan, Ann Sullivan at 4 o'clock. A silver offerIng -j May I -MerUn, of Bow Book
Rose Marie and Janice Mc.II
POUt HOWARD
JACK JOHNSON
will be taken. Club in library at 8
p. m.
I
Clung, Lou Ann Ivey, Tullulah
I May 16-H H. S. Junior play In Homestead. Fla. Phones W ant tin
Ann Webb, Inza Nell Roman,I n
Officers of the Redland P.-T. A. I II Neva King Cooper auditorium .
Jackie Caves, Dexter Lee Thomas, will be Installed at a dinner May 18-R. H. S. senior class You can sqveeie a lot more Into the family budget dollar during
Billy Loaner and John Sparkman.I I Ing In the cafeteria this treat tale. That imam greater values for everyone In the a,
Others present were: Mrs. O. H. May 14. meet-I Play.May family. We've got them and they wont kt very-Ion*. Take m
Sullivan. Mrs. Gordon Ivey, Mrs. 22-Meeting of Dorcas Classat look and be here early. The more you buy tae more yes save
home of Mrs. Julia Polk.
W. B. Caves Jr. Mrs. Herman I ;
.
I A business meeting of the W. s. May 2 -University Club tea for I
Thomas, Mrs. Paul Loaner airs:,
c. S. of the Homestead Methodist
senior girls of Homestead and Red- for
Jerry Roman an 4Mrs. W. K Wal r
Church will be held
Tuesday afternoon land high schools.
ton. I I at 3 o'clock in the church. May 29-Meeting of Jennie Lob- $0' ass ua Mi31

dell Circle at home of Mrs. A. M.
PRESBYTERIAN GROUP I The Woman's Auxiliary of St. Logan.

HAS WIENER ROAST John'f Episcopal Church will meet May 28-Pot-luck supper meetIng Awismic SOLUTION
The Young People of the Homestead -I.this afternoon at O'clock at the of University Club at homeof

Presbyterian Church enjoyed 1 home of Mrs. W. J. Clark. Mrs. Ceo. L. Polk. Be Safe-be Bon-la owr social Putt,
a hay ride Saturday evening and business de PINT
followed by wiener roast In the I not leave the bad ImprnJ"on .f

sunken garden at the home of Mr. I offensive lI"ath. Perhaps JOUr 49.C
enUpeealready Is
and Mrs. Wm. Dunlop on Silver I tm.'ir sot make it s now.

.Palm drive. y at.aa we.wr'r"
r Those attending were: Miss Irene I f To Mother

Jackson. Miss Dorothy Behrens!

Miss Wanda Sickle, Miss Ann I IHlcluon.

the Rev. Oeo. H. Ricks;
Bond Bitting, Vernon Jackson' From Jane WWtt N6est VA IN wi'f

Chances Behrens Richard and CARBONATES

Blair: Hlckson, Tom Hodges, Buddy; J CA .1Uf VimE HE

Kuhn and Emmett Etherldge. I' d I cent.Pleasant.aelentiec aKervelp.elks- CUAN Wand POLISH

M--J.;: : oneALICE'S i en.ila. Very
M.
Mr. and Holferty :I 7 Ills. Tor an types mite
were dinner guests of Miss Rachael -. Chang and poi
Baird and Tom Baird in 3 C { OL SRS ishes. Does not ins

Miami Sunday. I 5 dr, a.asar .f Keen It band]|.

1 ATIOJII ... I t 1Sc VALUE
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FIle PERMANENT good time 1'7 va fIIaaIl10II
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I... seldme w ___ of C/a of II..lead -
Tall Crtttk.t. .. .wb.red. How much fche'Will appreciate a gift cer-, '(
114' dewed DM nnk v w D..b. -
.. .. D. 111 *.. aced ...worrofi tificate from .Alice's Parlor I
.. Beauty onMother's HEADACHES
le ta m* (Mbmt IMtto awe.aeelk I "' ? COWS?
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Is are riles' as .... said verkawafte.r" t. Day She'll "be so flattered shell
_\ follomliif w.*. ....."....* in D.*, COTMT. F\orIoIo". probably pretty up in more ways than one. I and palm sad tdugglak Mad"

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;, Vilaiiiins Are'InVogueLet's 9NciolCliart Tells VitaminStoryVITAMINS >>

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In recent the term 'rlta-
FRANK WEBB Gins RAIN OR SHINE CI.fB '
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DESSERT BRIDGE PARTY 1''HONORS MRS. WEBSTER mln"To has become a household word. '\ t; bus 189 313} :\'i5 + ''j.1ItAR1
nearly everyone It means rim,
M.... Frank Webb Save a dessert I I Mn. Julian H. Webster was rigor,vitality,and all that rose with JIMV 401 659 1900 ZICQIp..ns' \ .

bridge it her home on King I honored on her birthday anniversary food health. What are these rlta 401 7U 515 26m Iq84o -

Highway Wednesday afternoon.,'I' April 24, with a luncheon and back mini of anyhow them?t What ia the story IIIICIIIUM 313901 3,7t1l1aO '
Mn. W. R. Bird won the high shower given for members of the
The existence of certain unidentified w 280 4:19: 9.0 -
core prize and Mrs. Howard ,I Rain or Shine Clubby; Mn. Frank substance baring superior \.tor -
tam 67 227 11294 + -
Johnson, the second prize. I I* Skill at her home on Krome nutritive properties was suspected ( ,,,
V Present were: Mrs. Julian K.' avenue. long, long ago. A* early a* 1500B $ IAR. 40r'" 1'9 9REAM -

Webster, Mrs. W, E. Rheney, Mrs.'' Present were: Mn. Fred Redd, ,C, Egyptians and Chinese hit on I M 310 I 41 Ib.Z -

J. R. Brooks Mrs. Bevo Webb'l Mrs. W. E. Rheney Mn. C. J. Par- the would discovery that onIs vision eating 'linn dim PINK 4tr 1601 J4' 11.0 -

Mn. C H, Steffanl, Mrs. : man. Mrs. T. J. Fault, Mrs. Carl, light ::r.-: know that the'I liver font g.'fiYrTSde 411 + l 4 MIl

Frlck, Mrs. Ceo. N. Wakefield,I IMn. Deden Mrs. Helen Hackler, Mrs. supplied vitamin A, reeocmiicd as mntS 1'1. 150 22) ,

Frank Hausman, Mrs. C. Webster and Mn. Skill. 1 a protective food factor for night < QJltMl _
"lIioIl.About1720 Kramer ... 4440 6Z'UII
,an Austrian OIL .
Mrs. W. Clark
Rice. J. Mrs. A. ;r
physician found that when :vs 44 177 1.1 01 S
Logan, Mrs. C J. Parman, H'j Edison Manhall'i "Benjamin certain fresh foods suck as rf.. 4 I
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Paul Reynolds, Mrs. Bird, Blake" will be reviewed at the Bow: tables and fruit, wet added to .l.1 241 .2 1&1 I.' 2.514

Johnson and the hostess.B. Book Review Club meeting In the the diet of person suffering from 't1a DI. 11

municipal library on May 14. scurry this disease waa eurco. Today MAP. r! IJ ... IlOotasI
know that these foods
w*
F. W. C. TO IVSTALt I plied The** and other"POrla.rle J IMa 115 8 INe4IIttM

OFFICERS MONDAY the breast and neck: are black. instance : : times afford an r'" :31A .

The Homestead B. P. W. C. will There also was a topknot on its interacting background to our present )Ina iO 2oaARrlt4 11 4.5
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hold Its installation services at knowledge of vitamins. .
head which li black. l
rift 50 lit IIJ 41.3
a dinner meeting Avocado Lodgeat Word Coined 21 Yean -
Collci are small birds that never Ago aAMMa 206 4i 105
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t:30 o'clock Monday, perch. They are a grey color with It was only 28 years ago that the e 5WUIIVII f"F"I.. 0 51 IlO UIcJ"

green and red on them. They have word "vitamin" was coined. And __
The Homestead Girl Scout courtof ;four toes on their feet that point since that tinier the nation hat become I.VtlE. I 1., 363 5 2:>> 1.2

awards will be held In Legion, forward. They; are always clinging "vitamin-conscious. Score of Oc.II'IIIQ" tie 8750 _8! 1'1 _50.0ro1AT.Ei
scientists Ire engaged In viUmlnresearch.
Hall Tuesday after school.Homestead I onto the wall, never perching.The New discoveries .-. l'rtr 30 11& II 98

amwmuwnnmunwnwrx.w.wn."nww" egret Is a beautiful white' made, and the subject has arouse ncIO"4'OS 3Ra -J.5! 51 48 215'

Girl Scouts bird. This bird is almost extinct such Interest, that the public last Pt" d:.3're 150. tie }(J 1/.5 I
spent about 175,000,000 for Vitamin
year II
now because It was once huntedfor : o
I I CARROTS ;, 318E 616153 1.1
.., Its tall feathers. used i.ill:; \ vitamins. + a
I1 They I For x li
-------1 I a were C:4UunoWEI: 4a :34 lat f 211
these feathers 1o trim hats. One looked upon a*aonwHhlnirquit mys

reason why they grew extinct so; terious. Today although then is ........... loot _I.nun ._1OtI. t ApnrtloaoftbanlMlnCbd.H iwlInulfd .o.Maa.
By Ardel Parman still considerable l& .... milk with in..u.l sue..ant of setae h..the M.t MllM.*PMOunnd ......
I quickly la because they killed the i mystery, a great Ill Thunili M 1 mlnoma ,I/I lnMiuifcn.11 ultMl .
Saturday the Girl Scouts took I bird just"at their mating season' deal la known about them. ill loot RllmlUvInt AddtlruudrnuMlat.mabW I Hltrvfin I/S NhmMn Hmimulii':,Ha.mation Cult.

one of the most Interesting trips when their tall feathers were the Several Kinds of Vitamin.W .

taken this year. To start the day prettiest. know there are several kinds U available are thiamine Increases general l body resistance.

off we stopped at the.Rare Bird After we left the Bird Farm we of vitamins and that each has Its (Hi), riboflavin (B.), and nicotuiieacid. and protects. against night blindness

Farm. The aquatic birds and a went to Pfleuger's Museum where own specific function in the body. The finding of Dr. Elvohjera. and a severe eye Inflammation. Thiamine -

few other birds were wandering there were all kinds of fish, large They help children to grow, rive and others have revolutionized the stimulates the appetite: aidsIn I
around In one big enclosure There endurance and stamina stimulate whole vitamin picture. The accompanying the utilisation of starches' and
and small. Here are some of them: appetite build body resistance and chart carrying the seal of sugars and prevent beriberi. Riboflavin -
were birds there auch as the flamingo the false killer whale, devil fish have other value. Taken into the the Committee on Foods of the 1 I. necessary for normal

powderpuff duck, peacock, varieties sunfish groupers, snappers human body act somewhat like: American Medical Association, li a functioning of body cells protect
golden pheasant, Orinoco duck, amberjacks, and many others. the Ignition I spar in an automobile. brand new on*. Th figures/ show against certain nervous disorders
rnotmot colles Lady Amherst We here Outstanding among recent discoveries the vitamin content of many of our and a type of eye Inflammation.Nicotinio.acid .
only stayed for a short
those of Dr. C, A. FJrehjem food and
bearded are common prevent lunapeUIgI'I.
pheasant, .lo-dy military I, time. of the University of Wisconsin. Vitamin C prevent and
macaw, sacred crane from India Our last stop was at Matheson He found. In stud the B Vlumbu II... Many FunrtUol I urea scurvy and protect gum Us

bleeding .heart dove, vulturlne llammock'there we enjoyed a vitamins that meat .. The vitamin fNtun>cl'ln sues. Vitamin I), sometimes knownas

'J\l ornamental fowl, manatarin I walk throe the trails. source ol these important factor chart are all nscesssry for & thl.j the "suiuhms' vitamin, ia essco
We
and egret. These are just a few stayed The three,on which the meet infer-' and Ualth. In addition, tial in preventing rickets.
here only a little while before we
of the many Interesting birds there.I I
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were on our way home. It was
The powder puff duck Is awhite NOTICE Of APTIICATIOX .
enjoyable time
t an FOR TAX DIED
duck with a whit topknot
Foe Met
on the head that looks like a IJII THE CIRCUIT rotntT or THE : Nudes b hereby vises thai B.lllwlck
powder puff I EVENTM JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN In*, a. softener of c
I I AND FOR DAUB COINTY FLORIDAIN stead "f. C.rtHk-.i. aa4bored
One of line most Interesting CHANCERY SIIIA, dated the fifth dayjof Do-
birds there was the bleeding heart CITY OF JIOMEe'rICAD a ..mbar. A. D_ "". her fH"" ..UonUflrat
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In of'lc. and her made
municipal *or|>or.tl dovt. Its back Is black and It has, But of Florida. application tot tax deed. to law thereon
with law SaW .."ICI....
white chest. rUlnUffVfU In acrardanc
In
a the
center of .mb_ th* followlae d.. Its chest is a red place that looks j MODERN HOME: BUILDERS INC. erty. situated la Dad County, Florida
Just like a heart Art odd a Florid _noU".. M .!., *" wkt '
thing. Drrvnaant.ORDKB .. Let 4. Rlock. 1. Pm-vmir. In the
about these doves Is that the redness -. Of City of HCou.'r: W Pcxta, 1 r
CKSHEARIOMANUFACTURING
TOl THK BL State of Florida.
Is Just the
on of the
tip CO., a Georgia corporation.UUrluhMr. The' aiMmunt of said Property under '
feathers and not all over. Pierce c....... Ouwwla the .omlflral bawd was In the naan of. M
I It appoarfns br worn bill of complaint Howard It. Lamb. UalaM Mid rartlfl.cat
The
sacred: crane from India'lsa In the ...... entitled cause that .hall b* udi aid aocordlnt to law,
very Interesting bird. It Is a THE: BLACKSHfcAR MANUFACTURING tax deed will lull t.......* on the 4th
large I co.. a Georgia, ..........10... drfmdant I II data of J.M A. D.. IS4I.
grey crane. The feathers onNOTK'I 'a non.ra.ld.nt of Florida ,' this rolls day of ApD. A. D..
I land the address rtt.f. of riddefendant I....
Or APPtirATlOVFOR M b knownto Wes LlATHEIU':
TAX DEED I the plaintiff, being BI..ka....... Pierre ., CI..1t Court.
I County Georgia, and that there. I* M Dado County Florida.
FUR Hill -....
pmo. I* DM a..to.t Florida, the' ..... 'Omit CoDrt
NOTICE: 18 HEREBY
GIVEN than H. C. ITERJlJI'I'1'. D. C.
81'
fclllhrlrk. I..., koktor .. ._ E* of .umesow..pa. whom would bind
M of sold defendant (May .. *. II. I. aw IIn.I' _
E Dralnm Ta. t: == IT 18 ORDERED that the aid defendant
IMS and S"SS, .dated the ath
day of A........ A. D. l 11918 hu filed. he, end K la, hmbr resulted W i
Mid CntlflratM In poor to the bill of aonelalnt filed In '
Md ppllrntlon for ny fait office deed and to Imo Iou this MUM on or before tin cad Uy *t, i L i I
thereon Jn nnordnnr* with law. Said c..- last A. D.. 141. h.rwb. the nllnntk Enjoy You Food ONLY
IIUemtM mbraat the following dnfrlbnlVptrty. >n> of Mid bill of eompl.lnt will betaken
iltuafW I. Dade County '1_ M .ssf.eaed by said defendant:
p"" ...t... and Tko H nu te>d Leader Enterprise h
lot ((. F_-. Adds, ., Rook 1, I' booby dMornnted a the nvw.pnpr ta { $1
Pan It lorated III Dad County I' which this order shell b. publl>hrd ones hiropracl z 'tor
.BUM of Forld. In Cr work for four oonMcutiv* works.DATED '
tlflcot. No. il..T'b= .. off this loth diy of April. A. D.. RiggsWs.Tfoubks :
told proprrty undVr the Mid Ortlf.wu 1941. _
irate ....... I. Ik* ream of Un- i B. B LEATHFRMAN.U .
.......... Clerk of the rimilt Court .
1 Sri R. H RILE Jr. ,
Lola tl and 14. Block S. Lincoln
'..Para Addn. Plat Book *. Pan IKS. . Deputy Chrk.V. 1 1t
Circuit Curt )
located hi Dad County. state of
Florida, .. _b....*: IP Cmlfloat IRA C HAVCIKK14..I
lio. IMS Th. eumiwiit of said ......... Congress alas AN
Hrtr under the laid C.rtiricat* head Muunl. Florida I-
was In the nan of Unknown. they s. e. it, ti. so, inn 7J #
'lUnlow MM Cortiflrat .hall b* n. i < ><* d aNordlnc to law, tax dead will J
hew .......* .a lie lIb da/ of )..., EAT WITHOtTwithout IIm1' 1
Ai 0 l>41IK
.>* | this; 1Mb day of .April. A. D. GLASSES eating distress.the slightest What trace of aner-I ELECTRIC REFRIGERATOJCaf1.

k t. B. LEATRTRMAN '
Clerk of Circuit Court -To fir' not give to be able to do '

.. bad* Comtv Florida,C.11fa':1I Accurate every day, every meal? It you area wn.II1 :
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sufferer from chronic digestive
t : t. *. it. ts. ale mi.iEWT. .. I I disorders you will be Interested In

learning of Chiropractic's accom- CHECK THESE FEATfIII[Saway

I pUsbment In bringing permanent
G. BALL I relief to others similarly afflicted. c.w Stevens am SI1ASYSgMUYIIITY a Olset
HUMIDITY l.keeping
Typed Ht-HK-Jdlty CwmsiarUwirt with MfMVtEO
: It will help you too. .
fruMa M1 ..gUbl.* fr*..h. Vac ** Vat.' Thrrja) *.t.rH a Adjustable

NOTARY PCBLJC Coed viden stages of ,M.hA, HOCKStJttoITit .nsM STAINLESS STEEL ell., ... ***.. a r.HTray* flUPwiirt .......
eelife.
I"a.feyiseae fair.Frenel ta tJtc I talTaeMUys T.wi.ratitT. OwtratSMmjGlUVES I,ed thirty mere Impertast... alai.I. .
M year week Ad easel f M t 1ft S U 1
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...... theS yell VAUIC.n sod LOII&un.
Fire Insurance and I Bawdays by .Appeiataralt ,
Dr. B. F. StebbinsDr. ,,

Kindred Lines L. W. StebbiruIMS Dr. R. J. Elliott ,or


W. Flacler 8t, MUttlrbwae McOrary Arcade FURNITURE CO.
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I best terrible when dancer thei; she dummy plays, het bridge figure CLASSIFIED ADS

Churches I I would please only Barnum*'In : ,

act she's I terrible mesa, but .h,'.

my girl and I love her!" RATE. first Insertion 10 lint subsequent tnserttoD

"My girl lint exactly a pauper kl UM
BAPTIST CHURCH pea-king II tln.nl. and tiM ... m. ; tlther.-Ex.
M. ,. P. L and antlers .orlln* nt iHn i I
.OMESTRAB-Dr.1. R. ,__ pa& p. .. Prosy massive w....... n .nlng FOR RUT
tor seeder ocnonl *t 0'U n. m pronrk. I iMpPRINCKTON. a. I NOTICE OP APPLICATIONFOR RARE TROPICAL PLANTS for
INS .. II aa..nd Ttw p. W. B: Y P Unt TAX DEED I I sale cheap Mrs H. H.
rrnynr wrekn Th> Rr>. C. F. Crnuiw.llpnilor Ewing
a. TIM 0 M FaGOt1DaTM p. m. Wdndn another. ncnool nt t:4t I pnnrhlntt : i I Nolle b herebyz aim S4M that Hnlllwlrk ,I FOR RENT Residence In Florida IS N. E. 8th it. Homestead.
II >4W n. m sad Ii4t m. Junk
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.... Honk PM..... .- am-Not at ..... -III people's aeafaaat I.... holder an grit_ of City; of Hamtond City, t bedrooms, place, el..:. I' (alStl).
tor Inndny nohool nt 10 n. a.| preaching 1.10. Pnrareating Wednesday at7N Tu Certificate nnmb.r.d trfc stove, runnfr1 |hot and cold I
IMP. dated the ninth I
Mil n. >k adIr11Fa.IB.T.P.U.at ad,
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S.IS t nn. Pearson ami Ion nt t ilO p. No.Wad. A. D, IW7 b. "ter two Jfcthrtbms. reason. : Tropical plant tit-
....,. EPISCOPAL ."mrUllmt ,. my ."...., liT.'j;' able rent. Apply leader-Enter rut ue and tropics fruit la
nppllcnllon for Inn stand 'I
CATHOLIC In norardnnoi with mw.. priM season. Jungle Grove Rdlan4
IT JOMWw-l B. ....04 mo ... ,
CHVRCB OP THIJ SACRED BEART-- Fourth sweat __I the R*.. L tBteckford ombmom. nllunwd the I.following' dmirlhid prop.orty : road and Plummet drive
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S. R. Second .__ Hamuleadl aha Ro., rector Holy lammunkin .. U win County Florida FOR RENT-Clean, ill electric -

T. I. Oonrr; pnotor Snndap mines nlI 1 tax a. m.I Sunday ackoal tt ..S0| mom.mg most 41 fort Lot I. _.....I.IoIn. : furnished apartment Mr*. Eva "LOANS"LOAKS
n. m.1 work day mnu nt TIM dally pray MIL Lou 1 4, '1. 14. Tntumn Rod.... .. AdI j I Collins Federal
Sunday school suds ......... t wrack dltlon, M the city of HonMntmd, highway, Biscayne -
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puo. Communion for wrun ., the first FREE METHODIST County: nf '. state nf Fl rids I 'drive at Modello. (alTU)
.... of for .... TO BUILD
P monthl men ban UM The oiimmint of said property under, MODERNIZE
Named Smear of _n'". Holy hour Thnrn. FLORIDA CrrT-Mi: Edith Tnmhlynputor the cortlflrntn Wad was U the nnmo of I REPAIR Residential Grove
day WON tint PrMny of month M IiSOn Bandar nrkonl. 14 n. m.I pruenIni Unknown U a 1..a said oortiri.< FUR SALE I
n, Mua lint Friday nltiMn.nlRvnodlctlon i n n. m. and 7:SO p. m.i prayer meat. sale ....11 ko Federated noeordlni to mw.1 and Business Property
of the Blamed S.crnm.nt strum In*. ,lie p. m., Tuesday Junior morn... ... deed will home thmon nn UM 4tkof From $30 to IS,000.-from 8 mo. to
also p. m. liD..... Young roplo Mkwnnry .> dny Juno, A 1041 1 I'OR
Satiety t :SO p. .. 1._. hntod thin ...D.any of April, A. D.. SALE-Large 38" cedar chest I : years
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHURCH 1041 Made in H. H. S. manual trainIng N Down Pament-No Red Tape

FLORIDA Cltr.Brondwny and link I METHODIST CHURCH Eo .. LIATHERIIAN. See Hubert Smith 8th St. SMALL MONTHLY PAYMENTS
MMH. ......, arbaol nt t:41 .. 'm. for 16OMLITIAD-Tbi Ro*. ). 1. Richards, Clerk. at Clnalt hurt. ,
.pIIo under II. pun"of sure p aorniha ON". Sugary aehanl kt Oi4. a. BOB Circuit MalDad. Coon" Fari.t- I and 2nd Ave. (p.m2)) $200 for 88 mo.-Repay S8.39 mo.

norric nl 11 .clock. Wednesday evening p... ... nt II 'n. m sod I .M p. m Court N. ... $300 for 36 mo.-Repay $1S07 mo.
C.
1 Br ITFRHRTT D. C.
norrwr. which Include testimonials nf hu.
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In* Bad aparloncM and remarks on Cbrtn.tlin Junior S'SO Lao*. ant_Senior.. StSO LUIIH p "nt! HI*.M Lnun.nt a. m. May .. .. 14, II. SO, 1.41.| ,IDEAL 2-CORNER SITE for hotel $1.500 for 80 mo.-Repay $32.50

Ie_. I p. m TM ....,.. la saw P"N-. tourist cabins, trailer park or mo.
lei Ity invited.Readins j j
NOTICE/ OP APPLICATION
mm In charek odlflc In open SILVER PALM-TO R... t. Eo Walter FOR TAX DEED rental houses on South Krome Ask for FREE Estimates

ovary Thundny nftornoon from SlOO tod .Mlor. Sunday nchool .... lundny nlI File least I ave (Oversea Highway) and Without Obligation
lOS. Th. pnoli. In cordially invited to the n m.1 prnnchlnt Mrrlcu en ".... third Notice )10 Mashy driven that
Mrolroi. and to rW thn rondlnn room andllltkliiMnnntll .. ..d1ilOp. m ...... boldr u wIrae 0' City bpundary street between Home. LOANS can be secured to Modernize .

May 4--Lceaon'sjrrmon topic; 'RINCno l-Tho .... ,. Wan". stead Tax C.nifkete. . :head and Florida City Fronts and Repair LEASED OR

"Everiaailng PnUiUhinenrCHCECH Oral I ..........- at t a .a 1 Syadarshod a.abr"""A.. A.dnto BoO 1m..*. mill. . der f 1Io1II..j 150 ft on Krome 300 ft on MORTGAGED Property

.. If.FLORIDA. .. ..... .,. offloT We also have
Of CHRIST my 'and Lucy it and 150 ft on S. W. lit FHA LOANS fop
CITY COMMUNITY CHURCH nppllenUon for u> deed .. .*.. New Homes
HOMESTEAD Pnul 0 Hnndon mini, -Tko .... W. B. How.ll:_.... ...nurrhuol .. In nenordano. with Inw Bold Terrace Comprises 6 lots each payable monthlyover
tor. Flat ....M and N. w. Fillh ...... . M I* n. m.1 preaching .. tiM p. v.Hldwnok rmbmom the followlna. dmrrnod prop. 80x190 ft, all connected: with 20-25 ye.ra.Let .
Bible study nt IS n. m.1 communion fol.townhlp prevent end bible study Wodw ..... .It..... In 0.... County Florldnof us BUILDING
supply
.... prmcklnc nt II n. m. Pryrmartini. day .t 7:00.REDLAND Ie wilt city water and sewer mains; your
I ISO p. m WedneodirCHURCH .... n. Adam'. A"'n.. tn tho City two vacant: strategic NEEDS. Prompt ServlctBROOKEE .
OF GOD COMMUNITY C.URCE- '" H_... Count. of DMo. StagThe corners;
The .... W. K. How.ll _tor. Chnrrkorhoul Klorido. 7-room house with modern LIMBER CO.
.OMEETEAD04 N. W. P1"t Sentinel nl lot Preaching nl III EpworULontun aa..Maant .f saw properly .... plumbing and
Sunday School .1 1,45 L at ....hl.. atI nt I:SO. MMwoik Stands and the .....,..... Lard won In the nnmo ofUnknnwn electrlclon Phone 02 Homestead, Fla
I .. a and ,:.. p. a.t Junior Y. P. atI1 Bible ntndr Tknndnr nt T.W. UNION Paul"Ill.. northeast Krome ave, lot, eastern .

hll'...'. a..taa .. t. p.r.osa onto :::::1:11 Preservers norordlw to law, exposure. Bargain for cash
,.* .r _I.*. S p. nx w.-.,. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH tax insist thmon on th* 4th| MISCELLANEOUSIF
1 day of Juno. A. D.. ..... Address Box A-132, Leader-
CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE HOMESTEAD- RronM avenue nl N. lath Dated this rash day of April A DB. ..
.BOMESTEADlM... Room R &..... Tho..... 0... H. ....... _..... 1111. ; Enterprise (pm-8) I you want to sell your grove.
Bible school nl IS n. aI pmnrhlni nt II I
School t I 4I .. B LFATHERMAN, II list It with J. K. Dorn. 214 I!.tl.
Spasm _10< lunaVf > | t n. m.1 roue? -'.'. _III ., f d. .. p. Ckrk of Circuit Cours

I Dada County: HotkU.Circuit FOR SALE-Garage apartment oni cyon Arcade Phone 2-2403

Court Oral. ,i N. W. 14th street' (1.000; $200 Have prospects
NOTICE OP APPLICATION NOTICE: OP APPLICATION By N C ITERRETT D. C. I I waiting
FOR TAX DEED FOR TAX DEED I INKY .. .. II. II, 10. 1041.I down, $IS a month, 8'%) interest (pm-30))

Fll. 141 IS File S410I L. O. Hall at Berger residence
Notice la hereby given l that BnlllwlckIn Notice U honbr nlnn that ..III...... NOTICE OP APPLICATION I Krome
at
I 10th WANTED
*,. holder u _lanu of City of Home, Inn., holdrr nn sail,.. of City ol Homo- FOR TAX DEED ave. at (a8-t) I j I
lead Tu Cmlflcnta. Numbered SUM, stood Tu CortlMmu slumbered Kilo Mo. I4ISINolle 1
i iI
slid 1411 dated the Ith day of Joan uml dated the ttd day of Juno,I h hereby nH.*n that B.lllwlrkIIM FOR SALE 5-acre I WANT first mortgage loan OQ
Sala Persian limegrove
A D. 1017, ban filed A. D. .lilt has fll.d nnldeortlftenu .. holier. u nailinM of City of H..mo.tond .
certificates, In my offlc*to.n hu mnd.nppllcntlon I II In my off.... and has mnd.npplkntlon . Tax CortlflentM Numbered 6x71.I S years old now In full I! colored Income property FlorIda

for u. deed law then.. for tax dad to issue thoraon WIO WOI, 008S. ITM "". MOO sad j, bloom. No buildings 2 City Address J. Carr 807
In accordance with law. said certificates In nonrdnnof with I.... told orrtlflenuombmem SIM dater did, elk dam of Juno A. D..'' only miles
I pmbrsea. the following.I described pro.erty. th. following omcrlbed prop.orty lots, ku, likes Hid .....1'...... In my .'.'I from bank $2,200 cash- I| Olympia Bldg, Miami (m2-16)
situated I. Dnd County florid.. .1'..... In D.... County. Florida, tic*, sod ku made nppllentlon foe ton I
.... .I C-A-S-H. Do not ask for terms i i
, TTlol * do*) to .Imu. thonon. In nertrdnnoo with ANTED-Io buy a used Noon
; . 11. J. U. ... End SEi ol IWU of IWU slid IH of ..... Sold omlflcnun embrace t.. '01. Trees need some fertilization. i|I kind
Tn the City of Homoitond. d6 14ott >4 or Tract arms doierlbeil propnv .it..... In I I IDnd. sign; any ; mutt be cheap
Mile. But *f Florida .. A..II..I I 14 nnd 14 of Tract II. Block t. Ml Cnunty. Florida. to ..it, j'I but you will never get more for'' for cash, state particulars and
.I In Cortlfleat* No. SUM all Land 0... Co.. Section 111. Township Lot 10. Block 4. Ewlnn Addn.. In I your money It I. I giveawayat 'I Write
went of said property under 17 South Him. SI Knot, eonUlnlni th. City of Rom...... County of ', I price. to Joseph A Felon,
nartltlcnto m>u.d wu In the 14 acres more nr Ion. In the Dndo. Slate of Florldn as embraced I i 2200. H. A. Cameron Phone Route 1. Homestead Fla.

Unk.To" w City of H__'. County of Dodo, In Certificate No. lOlL Tho nmo.nornt .- 72, Homestead, Florida (alltf)
Lot Block S. Town H". Homo I itond I Blot* of Flofidn of New proporty under .... Paid I I
In the City of The niiinmont of mid proporty under certificate eared. wu In the age of TUTORING WANTED: highI
Canny I>od.. But of Florida. nn tho omlllcntn blued wu In tho nnmn o( Unknown 1 I school and grade school subjects.:
I LEGAL I II I
In Certificate No. 1411 Thnnuoumonl Unknnwn. lint.in ..w nrtlfl.cntn Lot I. Frees A..... No. I. In the I NOTICES
nf saw property .....r.ho ....11 bt redeemed notordln to Inwtu City of H..moolud. County of Dndr. I, Mrs H. J. Armstrong. A. B,
said orrtlflrol bawd wan In the I deed will insist t".n" UM 4U State of Florida .. ombrnord In Cow I I Hummer drive and Country
some of Unknown any of Juno A. D Illicit No. MID The slow-meat of NOTICE OP APPLICATION FOR
United saw urtincntoa Dad this SOth :S4.r: April. A. D., old proporty under the mid orrtlfl I I TAX DEED j I Club road
4mod nooordln to Inw. ton II..om'l IS41. onto bauod ear In the Mm of tin i FILE 11041
..... tberun on the 4th day I 1 E. B tPATHERMAN knownof > Notice .to honey ilven that Rnlllwlrk i CLEAN RAGS WANTED Wit
A D.. 1041 ,I Clerk of Circuit Court. Lot 11. H....... A...... I. the City Inn holdrr a. online of city of Ham I
rtnud this IMk.any of April. A. Dads County. Florida of Ho...._. County of D..... state Mend; Tax certificate I Nimbend I. IN I exchange cubicrlptlon or adv-
1..1. D'j I Circuit Court IrnlBy rlirldn no embraced In Cortlfl doted. the Iii day nf Demnber. A. D. IK-1 :: Using! for clean rags tenderEntcrpri -
f. B LBATHERMAN N. C. BTFRRFTr D. C. ont* No. WOI The nomomrnt of Paid h.. fllrd mid C.II..... It my office. :
Clerk of Circuit Court.l May t S. IS. ... 10. ml| property under the aid rrrtlflento Wad and .... ", .d. application for tax dead. 'i .e. .
>nd. County Florida I wu In the name of Unknown to Issue thereon In accordant with Inw
Circuit, Court give]. Lot II. Lln_'. Addn. In the City Said CerllflruU embrnrei the fuW .win. i
Br N..I.C.I iTERWtTT, a aMny NOTICE. OP APPLICATION( If H imeolud. County of pod* state d..rrhed pnqierty .Hunted In Dnil. drerrilyd 'h.n sill b. ..Id to tM high.I ..
( I. t. W. 1041) FOR TAX DEED of Florid nn embraced In 'Crrtfl. County Florida. to-wlli I: wt .b older .t the Court H' u- ,keno a
PUo No. .111 ut* No. 44M. The niorumonl of Paid Lot a. Hloek S, Ewlngi Add" In I first Mnd.y ,In the math of I.n...
/ f NOTI' APPIICATION Notice. In hereby rival that Bnlllwlek, Property nndrr the said ..nlf....* lo. the City nf Hnmeetmd, County of I Ilh. .htth .b the and day of J.1141.. 1 .
w. FOR TAX DEED Ino. holder .. nolnnoo of City of H....... nod wu In th. Panic of E. r D.ndy D.d.. But of H rdnThe : Dnted this lotk day of April lull
File I400SNolle stead Tin Corti'lroM Numbered. Mil Lot S'. Block 11. Pone d.* Loon a.oraaent of Paid proixrty" under ,, 1:. H IrATHNKMAN
la hereby Driven that BnlllwlckIn. IS44 and 1111 A. dated the Bill day of Uo.eornbrr In the City of HnmoiMid. County of the C """'t. Issued ..... In Ih. name of .1, Clerk of Ore"" I ,. trtll.de
... holder u wolirne of City of H_.. .. A. D.. Iwo. hni filed aid nor.tirlrnton Dndo Rule of Florida .. embraced f. V.'. .... Vnleu 1 Paid C.rtiri.hall County Fl.rkku
stead Tax -_"..... Numbered In n saa6A dated. the (ilk day of Do. I for tax dyed to Insist thmon men of NOW property under tho uld I|I willa,M thereon" on the Tilt diy of May.j I I (.Apr U. II. May !,, *, 1411 l> C
_...... A. D.. 1027 hu filed sold, in nooordnnet with Inw Sold eortlflcntoiombmeo orrtiricnt issued wan the name of 'A. V.1041. ,I
.....1'..... In my office. and hni nude tho followlnv oVoerlbrd property. Unknown -,, Dnted Jhli lot day of April. A n 1041 '' NOTHK OF APPIIIATION FORI
r application for tat deed to mm. thereonli situated In Dndn County, Florldn, to will Lot 11 Bloek AdJn. ,, E. R. LEATHrftVAN I, TAX DrFDI
accordance with I.... Said eertidenwmkmr Lot 14, Black t. Hirher Addition, In the City of H'l County of Clerk of Clrei I,iurl '''.E llooaNrthv
*. the followln* deecrihrd prop In Use City of imnlond, Count of Dnd. state of Florida u embraced "0... Cm". Florida' ,I b herelr 01... that ...m...",
arty. iltuatoi I* Dada County, Florida, Dodo State of Florida. ni mnbruod In C.rtirk.U Nn tOOO. The niom.nwnt Circuit Court M In... holder" ... ... ...* .J City of H..mo..tend .
to will In Certificate No. InIS The niimimonl of saw ,,-. Under tho Paid Br N C. C. Tin ..r'"I..'. Numbered n"'l.
Lot;' Black I Pomnlr In the of said property Bodes tho mid earner.ale intend. wu In the nnmo ofUnknown Apr I, II, II, M.T may rr.ri j I dated th. Ird day of June. a. I> I0<0 h..
City Homoitomi. County at Dada certificate Wad was In UM Mm of filed NOW CenirienW my office. and
Hut of Florida C. O. Knufmnn. Lot 14. Block 4. Royal '.1.. Add. nil mass nprllrntlon for San deed U weun
v Thn nnMoim.nt of aid property guar Lot S. Block S. Boulmrd Addition hi the City nf H__. County of NOTICE OP APPLICATION FOR II, thereon" In neeonlnne*, with ..... Said
the antiflcat Imned wu fit th* nnm at In UM City of Homestead. County ofDndo 0..... State or Florida, .. _1OFtdI. I TAX DICED I' Certlfirtabran.* the followlne den
Howard L La", ... Unbu Paid ....".. State of Ploridn H nmnmond InOitlflenlo In Cdlirient No. S 0t. Tko nmrm | PILE ..... evolves property situated I. 1>0... County
raw hall k* reservoirs ._1... to law. No. Si44. The .noMmmonto nwnt of uM piou.im ender the uldoortiricnw Notice to kcreby Views that RnlllwlrkInc. Flor'do. to>wH,
Sam dad will ton* thereon on the SLID said property nndor the said orr.tirirnH issued wu ta UM Mm of .holder, u. ....._ of City of H_ Lot S. Black 4. Tow. of H imn t.nIn <
!. Jnn*. A. D.. 1041. h.uod was ,. the tees of Un. U nknown. mood Tit ..'"'....* Numbered *7t.. the City of H-meolend' Lounty ofrwde .
t bad this Drib >ny of April A. IX. knows. Lot I. Block III Town of Homo, dated. the 4tk day of Jan. a. D. IM7hu Stave of f hirtdn.
"1. Lot 14 Block t. Royal Palm Addition. tond. In the City of HomoitondCounty filed mid CorIIf...... In my .".... Th. nomment nf saw property ......
L B. LEATHERMAN. In the City of H_...... of 1>0.... State of Florida, n.omnmood .nnd ku made nppllrtm for tat deeddreerlbod the Certlfh-nt Wad wu In Ih. name of
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Clerk at Circuit crt.Clmtll to be" then.o acorddanft with .. Unknown Unless Now CerUfknt. nhnlljhe
County of Dndo state of Florida. an In Orrtlflonto No. 7M The
Coonlr, rterldn.NOTICR _...... ,. CwnlflnnM/ No. STtlA garage nf sold papery andor the allies CorIII..... washroom the 01..ln./ redemed neonrdln tn Inw ton drwT
coast N.leaLDo' The __1"- said .....,....* Mud wn In the nor proprrty ittuntedCounty I. Dado will none thereon nn the tut day at >fr.
j' C. ITERIIE'IT. D. CoI" dor the said orrUfkot issued wed In nf Unknown.Unlom Fiorlan. to-wH t A. O. 1951.
.Omar I. .. II. 1s. ... 11.1.- tho same nf Unknown.Unwrn sailed corUflratal shall ko .*.I Lot 7. Slab. 4. Town of H mote**'. Date this IMk dnykoTalod. of April, A. D/4I.
mid nortlllontol shall ko ro.daomod -.. _I.. to MW. tan dad will I IImw. In th City. nf H_.... County of R. B. LRATHFJInlANClerk ,
Dod. .. of floridn nrt.
OP APPLICATION nomrdlnc to mw. tax did willWw tnoroon nn the 41k day of Juno.' I of Clara O
then,. th Ian .. D.. 1041Dotod The noMmment of Paid papery native D.d GMOtr rTnrtan.irirr.lt ,
FOR DIED on due day nf *.
the .....
Ccrtlllmto invited In the olUnknown .
j wu Carl Bui By M a am.ret.Capt.
1 File A' D. IMUDnlod thai totk day of April, A. D.. ) '
:: Union mid Cortlfkat.hall II. SI. May 0,0. IS. ". 44NOTICE
f Nation k> kmny l thai Bnlllwlc. thin tttk day of April A. D.. 1141 W ndnmol uoordlnn to ..... tan dead
IF... holder M nwnrnu nf City M HomerSSH '**'. K B. LEATHERMAN: will ..... tbevi ass an the Till day of May. OP APPLICATION FOE
; stead Tn Cec/Okata numbered E: B. LPATRERMAN Clerk of Circuit Court. .
dated the > Do- Clerk of Circuit Court. County riorldn a.I oD.J. TAX pUll
'a3 IooLDMo > reef, 101 day Ap.11. A. n.: 1941. '
bun uk Circuit Coat tool CLunH C"K i !
r A. 0.. lit' bw.61 J:: B.Illwkb.
L Mt
nirtlflentn m my *ffte*. nod ku nud.nppllcntlon By N C ITtRRCTT, D CMny By N C.Ir-'Ir.r.1: C IIMny Clerk LaTMRMAN.of Ntko to of Errelad0D"id" '-
for tat dud to laws Iherouto ( t, t. IS It. M, 1941.1 a, t. 10. I Dad tlniill Court. Ina holder rHoer Numbed 1-,
Counur, Florida ",sevulamon
noeordnne* with mw. Inld unlfkwtomkmun Clratt Mal A. U IV14.
j daf a Aueunt.
f--7. date the
the fnlkrwtac described prop M. Co C. ::. Cwe11k.4 is aP adfW.d
.. ;:rri nrMntod la Dada Consist Florid*. (Apr. 4. II. ," M. 16096 *411 .W nVplknlkin for ton W
l In u_ .... with mwuM .
J toss .. sloth I. Perrault. I. the City ACETYLENE WELDING I'te bow.a embradsa the f110Insaro..rty. '
APPIWAttON preNle.4
NOTICE OP Mw
Plots FOR
'of Nomestad. Gusty of DacM. TAX DEED I ..low mounted a Dad.
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C' The F=-", .t "h property I Chapter lieu Area nf loss ''c-tPo ..Iortela, t-..II'

j the wrtlfIMte Woad was la the u. dL Brand New Outfit I, F" 8 A-.,.6d61VEIf .-t t.i".l: : a sal 14. Blink :;
:'f H. 0........ Unions aid owtnf NOTICE NMLRLSF JMo6 t. S-aGn.

.to dead'shall will be nda..od Mw lha..a.Nisi go .to.. law.an ado. All "Work Guaranteed Char sit-tn ad l..taw.t C...., Tax Composite.,...,v'f' Pea... .Ifs., ...baW.-.at asa SmarrIhe

.dar of Jose. A. D.. 1511. n. Wad the 8.4 ley .f A.. The aaMa.a propel fUskaawn.
ti; Dote this 11th day of prll. A. D.. 104LS. PHONE Hl-B ,, 111. ku filed. urn In my "' ,.... and kumnd I I Ce"if"to. V.I.tested. Paw was Certificate In the Par..bollbe '
Madud *
for
B. L..THERIIAN. wllenilon n "fj
dork of Circuit tenrt.:: O-Nurd ._ said t,wobuft I red..a.d -.II. to a.. tat dad
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the will W" lb.noa tM 11111 dy .f ,.
c-... J1orioIo SAM'S GARAGE the following durribodajrovorty W
a.1.aM *** a. D, 1541.D.W .
CIftwct county of Dad. BUM Florldn. *
.. )I. C. ITERRRTr O. C. Lot ,. slab ... Oro_ R_ ohmd day of A.rI1. A n: ". .

May 0, I*. U. ... 1041) 1AM ALEXANDER: Profit ........ atbdmr Pat Soak .. P_ L Clerk.. LEwncaIIII of circuit: code::N. %
I I ItO ta the carts *i Dad, state W
Dada C-.'". F-
*For results use Leader. Avocado Drive and Old Dixie Highway The .r..rs6 II sold frap.ty sew I II e........ Can lul
I .*. saw. ewWkaa w. to the amy oil ay N. C. ITEUnT. D. C.
Enterprise Classified Ad & M. UWn. ".Ie.. NOW GreHWea shall. Ape, .. II, U. :11 May I. 10411



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Pare Twelve THE HOMESTEAD LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday, Ma 2,194

Myers club, gave the welcoming I family living In a suburb 0
address to the convention. After I finding the usual no
Introduction of various At on the gate Ineffective in dii j
platform
I Redland Rattler them Mia i hawkers and canvassers]
guests among our own :
t Helen Daniel, a most interesting' H. A. them with the followins|
H&tt. lecture was given by Mr. F. speak at : f
DORA SCOTT and OA JEAN Editor of the Agapanthus! I)
Frankendoff of Everglades on the First
RIP not but wal
do run
"Being a South American for Six "

1 Graham McElroy Wins 1 Delegates Are Sent Years." In the Nlcodemus"A backwards.100 per cent efficient

Second Prize for Essay To State Convention panel A group discussion of students on "What presented Can a i Rev. Ceo. Agapanthus Bulletin. Is an African

the High School Pupil Do to: ing the .
Graham McElroy, a member of Mist Anne Shackleford, Rosemary Further Pan-Americanism: ?" Points catur, Ga.Mr )
our tenlor class, was awarded a I Hennington and R. B. ZJnker emphasized by this panel discussion -' .
cash prize of $5 00 Monday night,
: i from the Redland PanAmerican were that we can further
April 28, at Bayfront park by the Pan-Americanism through music, byterian .6
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Women's Auxiliary of McAII.terl Club went with Miss Helen study groups and the study of Story of
Post of the Veterans of Foreign i Daniel, Bill Daniel and Mrs. Popeto languages and literature. After
Wan. This organization sponsored the state convention of Pan luncheon at the Gondola Inn a
a contest for all senior In standard I American .Dubs, held 'at Fort movie, "A Tour of South Amer- TO REMIND TOV1No -
high schools. All the stays Myers Friday and Saturday, April Ic.", was shown by Mr. A. H. DAN6froCareful
were entitled "One Nation Indivisible" 23 and 26.Friday Reynolds of Fort Myers. Following fully ewe ..".0.4 tarn
We are proud that through fin without full vtn.Uiat .
o' very I I evening our representatives election of state officers resolutions .
one of our students won second, .... Evart fir...... e.aata
< were'adopted.
!I attended the ball given for Peru strikes quietly eo.
place.
_______ :,the clubs at the municipal pier. ..poeWl,. Uiuruct protect*
i|i Mr*. Thos. A. Edison was there CarryIns ,1 .nd its cwt to wry Unto Talk
Best 4-H Club Girls Are Chosen at Exhibit j'be i Introduced to her. The young qu Io EDWARD STILING
people enjoyed being led In La

The 4-H Club girl exhibited Conga dance, by some Spanish- 1''d.E.: urf la In....R..Iw.Nwa triiw .. I ..... 'or REALTOR A_.... AlxutwInearewo
their work for the year '40-41 In American boy from MlamL I PInt w.. ..I.... ru. I c..
the home economics room of Red- On Saturday morning, Miss _. Ah C..dla..dC."Kiena rl.rlda City r"wua
land High School Tuesday, April :Mary Ansley, sponsor of the Fort Terms J ,
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and Jane
Wysong Thompson
i tied for the belt exhibit and
record on sewing Alice Wysongalso
took first place In her can- iIAi
ning food preparation and baking
exhibit and records. Kathleen
Campbell had the best home Improvement -
record The best garden -
record was prepared by Melba
Collins. Jane Thompson had the
best poultry record. In dairy and .
livestock Charlotte Eaton provedto I ; I
have the best records. The best wwd ,
all-round girls In the High School !
: club were Alice Wysong, Jane I WJ
Thompson, and Kathleen C a mp- ,
bell. Prize monty of SO cents was ,'
r awarded to Alice Wyiong by the
Home Demonstration Club, sponsor -1
of the 4-H Club.
The Redland Elementary Club I
i members also exhibited, their work I
Tuesday. The best exhibit and rec- I'
ord of sewing was prepared by'ivelyn about the need to pay
Cossman. Miriam Holmes .
had the best exhibit and recordof

i. Gaby food had preparation.the best home Improvement Margaret apremumforirol gasoline !
record. The best garden record /
was exhibited by Catherine
Thompson and the best flower
exhibit, by Dorothy Kinner. The
best all-round girls In this elementary -

Mae Catherine King club Thompson The were prize Margaret money and Annie Gaby from, Thousands l and thousands have changed

the Home Demonstration Club

Was awarded- to Margaret Cab)'. fj&m Bxlra-p sol 0'.S."A'aWS -

Essay Winners Attend

Luncheon at Columbus


Civltan International recently '
j jI
conducted an essay contest in the
enior high schools of America.
The essays from each school were
judged by a group of the school'i
faculty
Forest Burke Dora Scott and ,
June Vrana, winner from the .
tenth, eleventh and twelfth grades
respectively attended a luncheon I
at the Columbus Hotel In Miami --:,:; ;- 00,110
on Tuesday, April 28, given by the
Civltan Club of Miami. At this
luncheon all the winner from the

senior County high were school Introduced grades In Dad and are changing every day !

warded medal engraved with "
their name
The essay of the senior winners
were Judged by a group of men
belonging to the Civltan Club, and ;
the county: winner, Collins Hay 'Jtete tA HO atlt&t fOAotiite in
from Ponce: Je Leon was presented
with a large loving 'cup by ,
.. Mayor Alexander Orr. Collins Hay
: then read his essay which was a

.brilliant on citizenship.and Interesting J. Mark: composition Wilcox tI WDtId Idee tke t

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guest speaker octtslftn. -

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