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 9, 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: VID00489
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 29-No. 19 Homestead, Florida, May 9, 1941 Price 5 Cents t !






Protest Made on Labor Agents' ,










;, : Activity on Pipe Treatment Job




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EXPERTS HERETO '! Validation of $95,000 Revenue Bonds CONTRACTORS TO CONFORM

I 1 Authorized( for City Power Expansion .


SEE PLANT:'I!I Homestead city council author !-line extension portion of the loan TOLOCALCONDITIONSINAREANAVY

i toed the city attorney to proceed and the new issue will be used '
'Ito retire these line extension
I'with validation ot 93,000 worth I'II > and to make available certificates ..

SET IN MOTION of municipal power and water 175.000 for construction of the addition ADVISES CONGRESSMAN
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j revenue-certificates Monday night i| to the power plant building I

I la preparation for carrying' out I,I and purchase of the generator
plant to enlarge the The RFC In 1939 approved the -
I Designer. of Machines for plant and purchase an 'dditlonall I city of Homesteads applicationfor Traps Are Set for Rare Cannon Wired That Community f

Aqueduct Job Now generator.The i a loan up to 1100000 for extension Japanese Inject Jest Opposes Closed i
certificates will be usedas I
Ground I
on and improvement of Its
'
Shop on Project
for loan
: security a already
light and water plant and distribution -
SIIEDS SKIDWAYS granted by the Reconstruction Finance system The freeze of De- A hundred yellow metal insect
$24,000 of TRY AT FREEZEOUTOF
Corporation,
cember, 1939, caused postponement traps were placed In Homesteadthis
FAST TAKING SHAPE which wad used In
reconstructingand LOCAL MEN SEEN
I of the and
building genera
and week by the bureau of entomology
the
light
extending power
tor additions, but recent and
lieutenant ''lines early In 1940. There remains pros- of the U. S. Department
Opens pective projects have made It imperative Superintendent Hopes to
unpaid only $20,000 of the' of Agriculture to ascertain whether -
Liasion Office Navy's I' that the capacity of the i Continue Filling Labor '
1 S. A. L. plant be Increased ,reat1 or not any Japanese beetles are (
Needs From Area
I REDISTRIGTING I Councilman Frank Rue, light to be found here,

With sheds and sktdways rapIdly : and water committeemen, who Is Many more of the traps have Visits of business agents of Miami j.
chairman of a committee appointed been placed In the Mlamt area
taking shape at the site of labor unions to the site of the
BILL ALREADY
I to buy the generator reported Last year one of the insects
the plant where pipe for the Florida that the committee had was found in Miami and one was aqueduct pipe treating plant early JI

Keys aqueduct will be rust- IN LEGISLATUREA made an inspection trip to several found! In Tampa.ti.?., (this week .resulted yesterday in .

proofed, experts in the process art J ,'municipal- plunU tart' wee| :_Thceding' of the insect-tUm<- the sending of the'following telegram '4

t appearing_ \"the job. 'hfl'planned to study more typesof ages the flowers, fruit and foliageof to Congressman Pat Can-

t Pace Oldekirk engineer on. bill to bring about the redistricting -j the new installations generator before for Homestead, selecting on the many roots plants of plants.Its grub feeds i non In behalf of local labor now "

leave of absence from the Los Angeles of Dade County so that I It Is planned to buy' a generatorthat employed In construction the

municipal: water and power Miami Beach win get a commisloner's I will Increase the capacity of treating sheds and skidway: .
system, arrived several days ago. the present plant by approximately '
district and South Dade FIRST TREASURE "Local labor and 99 per cent of
I I
He will have of the
supervision 7S per centAuthority
will lose one of the two It hat .
Inside lining of the !50-foot population In this community is >
lengthsof to purchase a rebuilt
now hat been Introductd in the
IB-inch pipe a process he supervised legislature and is in committee it I motor for one of the fire engineswas CHEST DAY SET opposed to closed shop on pipe
in construction of treatment contract. Advise
aqueducts -I was learned this week from L. L. given Fire Committeeman H. that
for-the Lot Angeles water Chandler who has been spending Brooker, Jr.BicycleAuto. you try by all meant to keep It
FOR NEXT WEEK'
system. I open shop to avoid serious trouble.
much time in Tallahassee In behalf -' I
Machinery for the treatment I Contractor handling local labor
Accident o.
of the lime law and other
I -
here I k,"
plant was especially designed,
in which he is Interested
legislation Fatal to Princeton Boy
for'the Job by Leo Krahn, engineer -,I as chairman of the Florida Cit I The first Appreciation Day to Cannon reply received late

with the Barrett roofing Commission. be sponsored by the Retail Merchants -' yesterday afternoon was as follows -
rus
products company, which it furnishing The bill proposes an amendment Nathan Jenkins, nine-year-old Association of Homesteadwill :
all the materials in connection son of Mr. and Mrs Homer Jenkins "Betel: Not advised as to acts
to the state constitution to: I be held next Thursday afternoon -:
with the treatment contract -,i permit Dade County to depart i of Princeton, died In the your wire. Navy advises that
Mr. Krahn arrived yesterday -i at 4 o'clock. I contractor will J carry out work In
from the prescribed method of apportioning -, Kendall hospital Sunday night of
to take charge of setting up I I Regardless of weather conditions conformance with local conditions
according
the machinery when the sheds are representation ' head injuries received in a blCJ'I I or othtr circumstances the area"The
which if followed
to population- -
.completed.Also I in redistricting this county!I cle-automobile accident a few event will be held each Thursday,I Homestead area has no
earlier
hours
arriving yesterday wasNosh union organization. Years
would at present allow neither accident occurred In Per- II and the "treasure cheat" createdby I II ayo acarpenter's
Rohm, another Lot Angeles I I The local existed here, but
the Beach nor South Dade a representative I
.water' pipe expert who will be rlne where the Jenkins family was I the merchants will grow with it it completely dormant DOW.
senior service representative for on the commission except \isitlng The boy, riding bicycle .each week. 1 Gaines Latter, yard superintendent -

the Barrett company in preliminary -' in conjunction with the city I on a side street was laid to All merchant members give t for the contractor, the Standard -
Miami. I
and Installation work. Hewill 9f I have been struck: by a car driven I. I Asbestos Manufacturiny and
The Miami Beach district would coupons for the event with each
: remain until the treatment by a negro. Insulating Co. of Kansas City, Mo,
1 1 I
include all the keys as far south '
25
conducted purchases amounting to centsor
process it in actual operation. i Funeral services were said that the union representatives -
Cape Florida The single district -
tl
Ueu :W. L. Sawyer ofticerIn in the Goulds Baptist Church more. called en him and said they ,
Dade would
charge of construction for the: for the South area now included comprise In-! by the pastor, the Rev. Noah Peterson : . 0.. would like to see the Job organ \ i

It Installed In bit offices at Wednesday afternoon. ized.
navy. Districts 4 and S.Agricultural Palm Beach ,Motorcade
the Seaboard station, with P. E.c.ppe South Dade win Six school mates, dressed In "They were very polite and
Visit Local Station
: who arrived Sunday as I white, served at pall bearers made no threats or demand*"
have one-fifth representation on
Chief clerk and Mist Polly Powell instead ot two-,They were: Dick Campbell, Jack aid ),Ir, Laster.
M stenographer. Five or six additional -, the commission has. Campbell. John McLaughlin Bill Sixty growers, nurserymen and The agents circulated among the
fifths, it
at now
.assistant win arrive In Campbell George Johns and F. C. enthusiasts the Truck s
have South plant from Palm Beach men on Job. crane operators
ot who
Those us
two or three weeks. Lieut Sawyer -' Dade't Interest at heart have Ii Stevens, Jr. bounty: and their county agent,I I were urged to Join the

will be the navy's representative clone all we could to postpone the Burial was In Palm Cemeteryat M. U. Mounts visited the Subtropical -engineers' local in Miami carpenters ,
in all phases of the aqueduct -' would Karanja under the direction of Experiment Station Monday were invited Into the carpenters ;,
day when this redistricting I
,
construction: including the Turner Funeral Home union and laborer Into the I
be demanded, said Mr. Chandler, The child it survived by his Tore .
rust-proofing iBaptist motorcade arrived at 10 laborers' local
"but we knew it was only a Matter i
:
I of time until It would haveto ; parents and five listen: Louise, o'clock and was greeted by Dr.Geo. Local workers, skeptical of the

Church to Have be. There are only 18,000 inhabitants Lucille, Lucy, Lorraine and Ruby D. Ruehle, S. J. Lynch"Dr. sudden Interest: In their welfare CM ;<

Mother's Day Program in Districts 4 and 5 with' Alice, all of Princeton. E. M. Andersen and County the part of outsiders, frankly express -

two-fifths of the representation I' Agent C H. SteUani. belief that the movement

Th oldest mother present the on the administrative board of a Methodist AnR01JnCe1lother' The party was divided into would wind up with outsiders getting '
Day Service groups which were conducted the cream of the employment \
youngest mother present and the County having population '
soother with the largest family proximately 20,000. If 01.11-1 through the botanic garden, the in both the treating process and
be observedat miscellaneous subtropical nit the aqueduct construction a given ': .
wffl be honored at a Mother's tricts were divided according to Mother's Day wm .
Pay in the First Baptist population the constitution the morning services of the block and the avocado block at encouragement with any benefits ,
f program would Homestead Methodist Church the station; and Interesting facts going Into the pockets of a
Church of Homestead Sunday requires at p..n'we
morning at 11 o'clock. have_ to be put of a district that; Sunday announces the pastor, the about many of the exotic plant, fewThe f j\\
The program reads: would extend almost to 1'1a11erI'' Rev. J. J. Richards.The visited and about various experiments -! policy hit company U to

-Mothers at Christians and street In Miami to get sermon theme will be "The in progns were given. The employ local labor as. far at possible i

Church Members", Mrs. J. R. Dor- quired 50,000 inhabitants thatconstitute Threatened Destruction of the entire group then witnessed a Mr. Latter said. At present \
a district-since there Christian Hone. Special music demonstration of top-working avocado virtually 93 per cent of the labor I ,

,I .aey.I "Mothers at Housekeepers and are five districts." I is being prepared by the choir.A trees by Ivan )Moser superintendent on this Job it local he said, and

1; Homemakers. Mrs. Howard Dade County has simply not re-, class. will be received into : at the experimentstation. he hopes that this proportion.oan'be

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Page Two THE HOMESTEAD LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday. May 9, H4J


98 Involved in I Professor: What's the penalty!
I Steps Renovating for, bigamy? ,31 VJ

Used Car, Says Chevrolet Official Law Student -Two met '

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law. Veys',544. .'.: it
,
Each spring sees the used cat .Lagq t:buy tied cart and trucks ., J I 1 )

business grow larger and more from a dependable dealer." DEL OFFICESof
Important In the automobile In-, A series of. even, earda.Ii made '
dustry. In 1940 it attained the available to the dealer, each of -'
proportiON of half the size of the which maps one step in the exhaustive -
new car part of the Industry, In reconditioning program DR. B. E. GATLINwill
dollar volume, and it continue: Chevrolet dealers observe. Then
to expand In 1941. card are placed In the I-- -a- t t be open on

It ii the Cinderella of the motor partment where each service '
story with a dollar volume of can we them ai he (\ Wednesday afternoons

more than two billion a year at I through the 88 different this
this time, a constant followingthat usually Involved In the summer
,
number more than 12,000,000 I operation. . .or how Pontiac engineers give can the third drtrtt. and closed on
of the ;;:
32,000,000 motor vehicle take a or off the production lira and put it en this, twisting '
ownera and IU train of specialized BAPTISTContinued gets a mechanical jiujutru. The object ii to try to nuke Thursday afternoons
worker has reached a huge total. .toot, the headlights drop off, the doon pop open or the hood I
Conservative estimates place the on boor after hour. I"'.a shaking that It infinitely wont than
number of people who earn their ( q,,Wage car and one that no owner could at through more thin a

livelihood from the used car business Johnson."Mothers .,<.(.) elghbors"t I I I Cash Carry CleanersMRS. I"
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at more than 100000. ,
"Whereai the led ear and I Julia Polk.: This will deaden,I when you let him go-but an unbelievably ALMA BEARING Iii
"Mother ai Cornpanlon", of
scraping shoes high percentage
truck business totals a dollar vol- fi Prop.SUITS .
S. L. west '.on I or tackle box i the fish you handle die later i 1t'
ume of sales to customers one A song for/nottfsn, Mr*. boat'I. can be silenced I I Cut your mell or leader andI '
half ai large ai that of the new 49c .
McLean. of reel grease,I I I I release the fish with hook in him. - '
car and truck business
the total
unit "Mother In Sickness and l of parafflne will i!|:You only lose a hook which can
handled In the
used car field tmi", Mrs. F H. Redd. : e thump of worn-'''be' bought for a nickel a dozen, DRESSES.49c-
are double those handled in the
"Mod rn and Old can be stopped I II land' two or three inches of line.
new William car and E. Holler truck,business general, lain laid Mothers", Mrs. J. Lee Smith. winding a piece of I The hook will gradually disintegrate -' HATS - 50c ";

of the "My Mother Bible. Miss I lace or fUMlne.. inside. the fish with no ill
manager Chevrolet Motor
Vann. of the Pin.lIke!,effect 1
Division who has ,
pioneered modem I SHIRTS _. lie
fill up the worn, Fthermn'a Prayer I
I II
reconditioning and merchan- Southern Wildlife : Commercial Hat lb.. to' J
i dlilng of med can. "Lord, grant that I may catcha
'
I Family finish, flat lb.. Ie
Save Life
The entire uaed ear business Noiseless rtshlar a : fish so big that even I, in tellingof
ia conducted. by dealer and those You gotta be quiet If you I to release al;, it afterward, shall have no Family nnlab wearingapparel.
111.... _ 2 ton
in the field. Trading ,nrdon- ,catch fish! Noiseless fishing that It will not need to lie. i '

ditioning and merchandising of,help fill the old stringer when the tender, slimy! W. MOWI1' S& Hameitecd 'I
used cart and truck take place'I bats are lying low on a still Injured the fish' WANT ADS PA f I a (Old Enterprise Bide)
in dealership and on used cars:Pull some grass to put in the frisky as a colt I
loU. --- \

"More than one-third of all mo- t.

tor vehicle owner find an adequate ,

answer to their transpor- I
tation problem In the used car
; byy
field The majority of them have !

learned that It la to their advan- I


NOTICE Or APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED I
File' lto.4
Nutlr. la hereby Ilv.. that
I.... holder M ...l.".. irf City; 1I.1II.lob'l

1'.4.stead...Tn... the C.rt//hate fifth der membered uI 0.. ,,
bmMr. A. D., .1097 bee filed mid
arruflraM III if .It....., and hu mid I
application for tea deed to ton thereon I IIf
rrerd nee with l>w. Raid crrtlftr.u '
mbraerc the followlnc Wrlh' d piup. I
wry. ltulnl In Uiito County Florida
to wit i
Lot t. Work I. Miami Unit o Dm
Co, Co. ton 17. T.iwn.hly' n South,
lUf... II Let fmttaltilnf I M-M
coon or .... In the City of Hanna. I
stead. County if Did, But of Horhta

The .._., 01 sold p mpory .....
the nnirirau l..i..d wu In the naim "f I
U aka.w., Unless .. e.rtlrl.:
tau thai) be ivdwiMiJ accordion to law,
tax deed will sec. thereon m the 4lh antifric'h h
day ol Juiw. A. D.. 1141DaM I BLOWOUTS ARE OUT-The newFisk }
UU. this ink day at April, A.. rj tioncords,heat.treated in pure latex,resist blister- ,\

F Clerk B LRATHERMAN.ol Circuit Court.Circuit D"j 'o ing tire heat that often causes blowouts. (The

,, Dad County, 10-0 Saftr Flight Super Rayon at extra coat runs
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Court ) '
!L By N. C. ITFRRrTT. D. C. / even cooler. .has greater blowout protection.)
May I. t. II. II. 1<>. 1941.1464th r.:, _

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VACATION ,



IMOURS I II I III III 111\AXW\ .


j QUICK STOPS ARt INEachblock

of the Safety Stripe tread

+ grip. piles up against the next in y '
continuous action to .
a wedging
1141 will W a beam"
travel' pM. Lei,..>Florida YOU'RI SAFE IN COMFORT top you quicker, tafer.J ,t

Mow tIMe std 0..,..... seal ..Ia.I The "iprinj-action" of--each fit/ .
low .-.. Mil let Jell .-. Traa awt. tread bMcfc "roll oytt"amall weem to W.ttae
rasa ....... @White.." sa Moog" Inedvase. bump*. The touch nib- % ,. 5t A,5s e
I "Wee awe ad Avoid bet treia War* longer. f

.,.......-.. and involve lessee asee..daO. t

... al r1" tsetse vacate! :!
pel PIMM write s ..a *. DwU
Motor tlM. towel (MOM.REDLAND .
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HOTEL. "
FUgler Are.LORI Ptteee It


..I DA MOTOR[INES I

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"Dr. Leonard W. Health'GLASSES

At 60 miles an hour your Urea are skipping overthe little ridges on even the best highways. On hard f

j ....... in S>,o .......... I rubber tires this continuous shock is transmitted to your car's delicate riding mechanisms, and there is a t
and
P11Ymg a of
Its & IL FlowMplab ,aas.w '" tendency to "cup"the front tires. The white insert in the ,FJsk Safeti-Flight tread is a :

../.e AY Teem.c nrsieed A strip of rubber that absorbs this shock and eliminates expensive front-end bushing jobs toughsofter C.1pping". .

Being perfectly balanced, they are easy on your car. .


: Funeral Home TEXACO ONE-STOP

tt-tO. AMBCLANCl 8ERVTCI: !

Lab AUeadaathone DONE & KISSAM Prop.
> M4-R Homeitead. Fla. I ,

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Friday, Way 9, ClTHE".HOMESTEAD- DER-ENTERPRrSE' Page Three ?
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Airplane School Han 'j Mrs. Wilbur SprenkelTo 'Untold wa.h.t'/*'pres of a button { jl
l scads a spray of water *>n to the j jwlndiWeld
Offers Jobs, TriiiUncAviation [ A Trim CottagerLOOR. I Be Burled In NorthMrs. allowing the wiper *j l ,,

' 'to clean bugs dust and mud. The ;
today often young Beulah Sprenkel. 41, wife spray stops automatically after >
men of the United States th.1 of Wilbur
Sprenkel. died in the >
of the
six seconds and one fl ling \
greatest opportunity of any generation 1 Kendall hospital Tuesday after a reservoir lasts 300 to 600 miles of ti {
of youth in the history brief illness. On Wednesday the normal driving ;
w of this country, according to Lewis body was sent by Turner Funeral (
Janet, registrar of the Ander- Home to Chicago for services and
s ; son Airplane School of Nashville, burial I|I I District Elder Coming :
Tenit. who U Interviewing men Mrs. Sprenkel, a native of Kan-'! For uarterly! Meeting .I; '.
I between the ages of IS and 40 In sat, had lived near Coconut Palm' I
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this eection. drive and Farmlife road for the )
'Modern warfare has demonstrated past five years. The Rev. h. J. Milligan elder t j
the important part aviation She it survived by her husband of the Miami district of the Free .: ,
pays! in defense ai well u and % /ouf-rnonth-old son Methodist Church, will hold a ,
in transportation of troopi and and also by tbd sisters, her twin, quarterly meeting In the Florida ;, ,
supplies to distant bases" laid Mrs. Branch,'-Sargent of South City Free Methodist Church May .
. 1 Mr. Lewis "The United 1' Bend, Ind. and"'Mrs. Luttie Weaver 18, 17, and 1$. He will be assisted J

has ,launched a vast airplane State'l' of Bradford, O a brother by his family,
struction program, and It Calend Sargeht lf.South Bend 1 Preaching services will be held '' 'j
activity that U presenting to the Friday and Saturday nights at 7:30:
,o'clock and on Sunday at 11 a. m.
I of America 1U
l ,:youth greatest op- Pontiac's Windshield
and 7:45 p. m. A service for young t
!( portunity."Young men who can meet the Spray Proves Popular people will be held Sunday evening ,

a I strict qualifications required by at 7 o'clock.
| the aircraft Industry are being Winter splash, drying on I I
,
;, trained and placed In responsible I windshields and obscuring drivers' | Three shop girls were enjoying
I' positions throughout the country. aab too" vision, la skyrocketing the sale of a selection by the orchestra.
Their'work U vital to the national a unique Pontiac accessory theautomatic I I, "Isn't it divine! Wonder what! <
\ defense program, and in addition KIjtMtiNlbtlll' windshield i washer, according ''they're, playing said Madge. '
will. extend Into' the future, ,for 'NptaAts to D. U. Bathrick general]|I "It's the sextette from 'Lucia',"
aviation according to national sales manager of Pontiac Motor announced Tillie positively. 1
I leaden, will be the major field of Division. j|I "No,, its 'Tales from Hoffman,"
l, transportation'of the future. The accessory has a year round persisted Annabelle .
'"Men who enter the aircraft Q value, Bathrick points out, becalllll||, "I think that you are both wrong: J
field now are the ones who will windshields are dust covered (0 but there : card up there-I'U
I fin the top positions of tomorrow, per cent of the time Intensifying go and see myself announced I
I positions which are not only in I the glare of oncoming headlightsat Madge, suiting the action to the
( the higher pay brackets but will night and causing unnecessaryeye word. She came back triumphant {
, also definitely contribute to the Das Room 'Llylat S ooM strtin. I I "You're way off, girls! It's the
automatic'wind. ,
I welfare of the country. With Pontiac's Refrain from Spittlnl.-Ex. ,
"And the aircraft industry Is
f. moving south, away from the ;
highly concentrated industrial I

centers Thousands of Jobs are The bonds and stamps will
I available now and many more w

I will be open as new plants are x: give us all a means to take a
constructed. Southern youth Is I

aircraft"faced with"Its greatest opportunity direct part in building the

I Mr. Jones will be at the Red. SE
defenses of
land Hotel' Friday and Saturday sl/n" our countryan -
,
of this week-today and tomorrowto PLAN
Interview men who are Interested American way to find the
I in J Becoming affiliated There b a freak appeal to this nest eetlage which was eofislrtcte1la L I
accordance with Federal Administration
Housing construction
with the'aircraft Industry. billions needed for national
, and location' standards. Th FHA-iaawod mortgage es the rap-
thirty ., ",lOt eta h* .repaid.. a period of X year hy Monthly
I Free Methodists Plan turnout of abase JUS, exclusive of local taxes wd hasard....* defense.
, Mother's Day Program ace. A complete writ for a aserale-ice4 family the home
\ cealaiaa twr todreoau, bath kitchen, eUauag roost, spa living root*.
? The young-people of the free The First National Bank of HomesteadHOMESTEAD
NOTICE OP APPLICATION Clerk of Clm" Coin.tiowIt .
Methodist Church of Florida City roa TAX DEED Do'" c....... r........,
will give a Mother's Day program PUP 140M I Court ..... I FLORIDA
.
Motto fc ...... ftrm that Bolllwfek.IIM. B. N. c. ITElla.."., D. C.
o'clock.
Sunday morning at 11 .... .. .
., holder .. __ of City of H_ I. It It K IHJ.I
Souvenirs will be given to the stead Toe C.ntfk"te ae.ber.d --
oldest and the youngest mother 1711 feud tko tenth day of June
A. D., 1M. hot filed told
present and td the mother having Mrtlfkoto In mt offk. and ku oi....
ppllnllon for un deed I* ...u. tlwroMIn e
children In attendance
the most .__ with ..... laW oirtlllnt
at the Sunday school mkracoB the folltfwlnff dtoarloid ppopnr. e.PONTtAC.. pPl( f. .
I. attested In tado CountFlofidn, '
to wit t3EaIN 11 .
LANDS SHARK Lot I. Block 10 Town of Mono, fJlMO'-A1i0tKRitANfNfW1 _
.taod. In the City of imo.M4, I e
I! IN ANT M<<
Mrs Joe KupperU of Florida Courtr of Dodo sate ot HorkU.Tk .
City while fishing from the Card nioioinnot 91 mid properly under
the entlfteito Iftafi won In the name i>(,j
Sound bridge last week landed athreefoot Uaks.we. Unless Mid wni1 .
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onto lull W Mwrdlnl to law
sand shark with her
UE deed will Yew thereon .. tho 41kdar !
cane pole. Her companion, Mrs of JVM A. D" 1141
Lloyd Baschoas of Hagerstownt Dew this inch din of April, A. D.,
Md.. landed a 20-lnc.h baracuda. '*41'B.. B. tlATHFRIIAII. '


MEN WANTED j 1! Mt.'l


18 to 40 I I;i

Work In Southern Airplane Plant. Must 'have finished 8th
,
grade.: Must take 8 to 13 weeks schooling. Must pay part tuition ' t Qi Li;XXwI tifl0'e SIY

In advance balance payable out of pay on Job while earning art'r
Me per hour and up: Write immediately toM ,,,- auSINESi c
ss iy y !

$ 6.,W. .lh ... LEWIS JONES mums ,. -

Write above address'for interview at' Bedland HoteX; Homestead :, .

next Friday and Saturday,. May I and 1ft1iTKccr : K

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EVE err DOWN I Ii payments to suit yourself

e If ym tee .,Serf' ..'J.. -.ur E year pay each month suits! four cooTaaad -
; No b1; T7-up Lubricating Job flsr ePaestivc ,. "' .'"- let:*. Ask your Poouac dealer to
here proof Pontiac prices begin submit figures on t couplet deal
/ ever leaves this station. No Irate
at only I few dollar more than the
car owners ever have to bustle I lowest. la sit probability, your *nDflivirtJ P..' 4f, Mld/,...
back here to complain. We present Car will corer the down pay SI." t**, Optional efripfwee/ u4irr
mnt-and you may arrange your .mes.ries-.xtri. Pric".J spec ,
you time--ture. But by ex payments so that chi amount you ttlioni. ,.r6-i/bH'IIfIIIC'.
AMA I ..j.jrn
work, up-to-date' equip :;

ment. It pay*-you! 'I I

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TEXACO ONESTOPDONE I in ten met

PRESTON B. BIRD MOTOR CO.
& KISSAM, Rropt Berth K rams AT* M 5tk 8C Homestead. rhrrld* I
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rutll.M, rrUw at Ummtmi. Flfc.ty .
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North I. lit Sears will to glad. U r, .I.. UK
menu frog his _"No If you hav apG.m

tTM ARCHER .riwMrM sad WltorMAMORIC &SMC0ULAfDAAf than or with a otII.brief,.Moiy plow FOB..mid.. like bin Sa
LEACH ARCHH__ .t ,. o. son e... laanat.ad.ML-
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The Moving Finger writes; and
VBICklPTtON .ATHU I
1 having writ
Dude Ouity.OuUU. : mote 1 Y
of D J. Count,_ 1140 Moves on; nor all your Piety and.

: Wit

I Am an American WeekFor Shall lure It back to cancel half

a Line,
the third successive year
Nor all your Tears
wash
out a
the people of the United Statei
will celebrate "1 Am an American Word of It."

Day", on May 18.
Those lines sounded so strangeto
The President, at the requestof 4 ,
me coming as they did from the
the Congress hat just issued withered lips of an old, old man.
a proclamation to that effect It Who, better than he, should know
reads af follows: the full bitterness with which

"Whereas Public Resolution No. those words were weighted*

87. approved May 3, 1940 (54 Stat I, He was seated In the park lookIng -
178), provides, In part: with misty! eyes Into the fading

That the third Sunday In I rose of the sunset His hands,

May each year be, and hereby rough and cracked and .soiled,
U, set aside in Citizenship Day were folded In his lap.I .

and that the President of the I had sat on a bench near him,
United States li hereby authorized and by way of opening conversation
and requested to Issue had merely said "It has beena
annually a proclamation setting lovely day. hasn't It?"

aalde that day at i pub- He answered, "Ah, yes,-" and

lic occasion for the recognition ( continued with the lines from the
of all who by coming of
/ Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam, as
age or naturalization have attained I quoted above
the status of citizen-
I wondered what Intense suffering
ship and: the day shall be "BOWLno
;
the lonely old man had had Ito
designated ai "I. Am an
AN INTGerSTING- endure. It was obvious that
American
Day'; '
That the civil and educational RID AS iW2DA UUc his reason had become clouded
-e with remorse and regret! The
authorities of states
I
moving finger of time had writtenthe
counties cities and towns be, MOSTTAMOUS Or YGONE: .
old man's and had
story, moved
and they are hereby, urgedto
AGES
I on. All of his piety and wit,
make plans for the
proper
all the tears of his bitter regret '
WAR. /flip.:
observance of this day and CIVIL ( /OAW2CA0
for the full Instruction of future $TAT4 MUSEUM could not alter a single word of
GA/N St'/US, the story that was written.
citizens In their responsibilities -
and opportunities as With misty eyes and heavy
Citizens of the United States heart, with hands fplded In tell
His great military/ successes In the Kentucky Ington, D. C.' He was born In St.. Augustine.
the old for '
and of the states and localities man was waiting, Jjlj.i
In which they reside: campaign of 1881 made the name of_ KIRBV- Among the more Interesting relict at the'state sun to Itt. _
SMITH famous throughout the .entire country. Museum at Gainesville Florida; la the INDIANIn t )ft
If could ,
"Now, therefore, I, Franklin 186J be-was given full Command of the Con- BOWL: of cypress wood burned to shape Inside each we th.'morrow only realize becomes Atilt
day on a
Roosevelt, president of the United federate army west ef the Mississippi River where and out. It wu discovered In 1932 by McHamp- yesterday filled with memories!

States of America, do hereby desIgnate he further distinguished himself by his brilliant ten Boston, while digging a. ditch ea Us farm Yes, the moving finger writes .today
Sunday, May 18, 1941 military exploits. After the war h. became soar Alachua. It b 15H by U% Inches, TU the story that tomorrow we
'I Am American' and
that this an day be observed Day as ai'' Chancellor of the old Unversity of Nashville and Inches) high- end hae handles. This relic demon- will read In retrospect. The moving

public occasion In later professor of mathematics In the University stratee the skill of the early Florida Indians laef finger writes and will write,
the South Sewanee, Tenn. A statue of Gen. with fir wash
our citizens who have shaping Implements !and just as nothing can puta
their majority or who attained oral KIrby.Smith is In the Hall of Fame In Wash.vv..vv..wvv.1.v. word It has written nothing can

naturalized within the past year.IAnd i, I stop It from writing other than the

I do call upon all federal, : "'".. physical elements and spiritual ?X-NNL/NN./NN XININwIN/NNN.XNN/.NNIN. stopping of time. But there 1*
state and local officials, and all f I significance play the leading roles CURRENT !this one bit of consolation: we can
LIBRARY FACTS I 1 dictate the story the moving finger
patriotic, civil and When an Identical twin crosses to:
ganlzatloru to loin In exercises/) the cither side, what Is the effect I COMMENT shall write.

calculated to impress upon all ourj AND FANCIESBy i of this separation on the personality -i' I II You lit, old Man, and dream the
citizens, native-born and natural- of the remaining twin 8y AGNEW WELSaN1N.IXXNN11.1N11111NNXNINININNN.NNII

'j. ised, the special significance of,, MRS J. L GAU/CN3 I Mr:Severs La a scientist a* well:,I.... I I II' With hours misty away.eyes and weary

citizenship In this nation, . . .. ................. ,I as an author and has used this 'I' Editor. Not., Mr Webb ..I....... I hands that may
: "In witness whereof I nave unusual problem as the 1 MimmU .. his --..," .h,th.rVnn I
hereunto vet my hand and caused Why doe one novel appeal to, Intere.tln.1! N !. nrwB..it .r at _.c. In quiet repose stay folded In your I
a story that should b* I
with kit pinion Add_ .......... lap,
;; the seal of the United States of' a reader when another, equally to laymen and psychologists alike I I oa.1oM 10 Agnew welsh. 943 H. L I .1
America to bt affixed i wen written, I La devoid of any interest eWe Nth sty Mlaaa ria. As slowly fades the dusk of Aj- I

I "Don at the city of Washington to that particular person?I I have just acquired the lat- I Pathfinder magazine is squealIng -I Ing day
this }7th day of March, In the I* It because the one I Ia above est edition of the "Baseball Reg over the discovery that Jack .'
year of our Lord nineteen bun- him In emotional experiences.and I Plgg lived in a certain Kentucky What dreamt, what memories and
ti ister", which contains: I ..
and of the knowledge while the other I Ie on I town. Why don't you remember what vain regret
independence of the United States his own level' Anyway, this is I The history of baseball; photographs : that Texas once had as its I What passing phantom pageant j

of America the one hundred and a recent explanation of a book of outstanding promoters I i governor a Hogg and that he named , will not let
sixty-fifth. reviewer who believes an author I of this game, several pages on one of his daughters line Hogg Your weary heart at last find simple
, "FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT" must be mentally above his reading "Cooperstown, the Shrine of Base ,and the other one, Ura Hogg. peace, .e
. --- public for his work to "click"as ball", complete: scoresand information -|i I . 'Ere yet your life's low sinking

Jobs best seller I on the player in the I A news item says that the average sun is set?
Hall of Fame, modern stars, managers -'
10
If this professional baseball
theorytSPcorrect, then player
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I I "The boy who does work durIng "The Awakenlng-y-- Melvin L. and coaches and former': lasts about nine years during Is it the feel,of spring that fills

the summer ,111.tt more than Severy should be 4 popular novel, I,stars; also a page" of answers to,which he has been paid about'I the air;
just the pleasure of earning his "Do You Know? -for I Continued The thought that tulips are In
for It deals with e-sublect and 'rcl/e8!' ( on Page Five
own money," according to RobertK. plot entirely new Ptycriojugy and I that Ty Cobb Detroit, II .. ' .!-I bloom somewhere, i
Burn and Lyle M. Spencer of metaphysics blend !Iji.Jjils: story ;': base In 191V-that the Boston!I ----,And yellow dancing daffodllli- .

Science Research Associates who with a spiritual ( Red Sox had 310 sacrifice hits I Children in Court r gay,
have written an article on summer the treatment concern 'thesix 'In 1917-that Lou Gehrlg, New. And lilac bushes are m need of
J York Yankees, accounted for 13] By Judge Malcolm HaUIehl
jobs for Boys' Life mortality of the souL If I tare?
"He win pick up helpful work extra: bases *n long, hit in the! I
The novel dates back to 1734
19U World's Series, etc. This I
habit which he mutt acquire I : The '.
MOVIE: CRUSHES moonlight filters thru
and takes the reader in fancy toIledeFrance
,book has 243 of Informationfor
later. He. will learn to I pages white
sooner or birch tree
.. where twe .
co-operate with his employer and fut cousin,, Adele and Henri youth, arebusily the baseball fan.I ; I I I Many parents complain that:! And etches soft a lacy tfllgre '
Vacation work will their daughters In the early In silver
co-workers. engaged playing their I i teens i j tights and shade vpon
,) Have you read "The Awaken haw "crushes" on movie stars. .
five him a feeling of. Independence i I I the lawn. -
childish while In the chateau
and a chance to rub elbows, a death-bed game promise I* being I t.c by MelvirU Sevcry; \\'h..t These childish Infatuations may I Is this the vision ef your reveryf f fIs 15
with the 'world of business and I relieve" by :-jho. n Asch; "Whjt become so serious that girls,
industry. And some day, when made future that lives. greatly affect their Leery Citlxo-t Should Know' About whose imaginations are particularly I it a house that ace- was homii

k*> tries to land a permanent job, i tl.e Coast Ciu-.l' bv hlckl1"II lively Ind'vivid, sometime use t you see? ;.
he will not have to apply with, Years pass during which Adele Towtil; "What Every CI /.D all their spending money for the Or Is it just | haunting memory
.green hands'. Whe-n. possiblekmplayer : find happiness amid poverty 'Should Knox About I 0 Navy" ,I'movies and waste house hours in Of tins tootpilltila the garden at!' s
asks, 'Have you bad any with her husband and twin daughters I h Hanson W. Baldwin; "Gone dreamy meditation. Your heart and fingers clutch: i

experience he will be able. to Henri has disappeared from I P!IIIhe Dnf 1!:>y Park Kendall | The best way to meet such a ing eagerly? -
pay, -Ye *tr>' ai the plot but later comes in to play "Slfht UOMMV by Lrederlck O problem Is to substitute other Interests. _

: his bit In the conclusion. Lab; and Th% Worlds Need of Feminine sports, ,Lrla'Icluba You sigh, Old Maa and then 'oW"head
i, Parent are the child: tint and The Revolution come wit the Christ by Charles A. Ellwood? I I[ dramatics social work orI drops low--
greatest educators. Dr. Ada' Usual blood-thirsty mania for the I 1i i I I some other hobby, such as draw I've spoken truthl! Your tear

ItarU ArUt'i live of the aristocrats, and Adele i Keep In mind please, that beginning :ping: music, modeling eta will engage have told me sot .
i and her husband pay the price May 12 the library hours the growing girl's attention The Moving Finger write and
On of the subllmest things In "while the twins seek safety by will be: I to I p. m. each day, I Ito I the entire elimination ot day having writ

the world I* plain truth.-BulwerLytton /fleeing towards Switerland. ]I with aa additional two hour on dreaming "crushes": and other Moves on! I know, Old Mane
i I During this flight the tragedy I Saturday; from T tin t p. n. j I[similar habits. how well I knowl

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FrIday May 9. 1941 THE HOMESTEAD LEADER.ENTERPRISE' Page Five'

, Cohernour will have charge of the Mrs. Wm. Brook is spendinga find here a new testimony to. the
, post office during Mrs. Chapman'sabeenee. few days with relatives In Mi fact that nothing has been madeIn
I ami. I vain. The uses to which it li
'In and Ground now being put are these: food,
Mrs. Jess Caves. Mrs. S. T. I drink candy fuel building material
Robinson Mrs. J. K. Caves and CURRENT I clothing, medicine, perfume,
Ronald Caves spent the week- ,stock feed furniture veneer Now .
; Homestead end visiting Mr. and Mr*. A. B. COMMENTContinued I will scrub palmetto pleas step
Langham and family in Eldred, I up and let Science InvesUfat IU
I s
Fla. possibilities?
( from Page Four) . .

Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Brooks have lectures and pastors' institute at Dr. and Mrs. W L. Vercoe left $140,000 in salaries. Of court From Lisbon (Ernie Pyl says It
I J bought the residence of Mr. and Columbia: Theological Seminary.Mr. Saturday to spend the summer "Babe" Ruth's would run much Is pronounced Lees-bone) W. D.Bayles .
Mrs. Frank Morris in Porvenir Ricks also visited Capt. R. F. at Deadwood, S. C. above that but w* are discussing write for Life magazine
and will move there today. Mr. Blackford, who ls now chaplainof averages. Anyhow you father a pen picture of the new era that
and Mrs. Morris have moved to the hospital at Camp GordonIn I Mrs. Charles Clinton who was the idea that you get bluer pay has com upon that ancient Por-
i their pew gsrage-apartment back Atlanta.A. ill at her home the past week ls to amuse people than to work for tucee city. His news quest contacts -
' of the Morris building on Kronevenue. now able to be up. them. M' with all types of European
W. Hutchinson returned I $ e and conveys their opinion that
I Mrs. Johnny Becker'with her That**i3 Mr.
incorrigible,
Wednesday night from a business Hitler if merely a temporary figure
Chai. O. Turner returned Saturday trip to Adele, Ca.i children, Ricky and Norma, wentto Tootltbtrr7.' tea: "1 jot tired I ,in rebuilding Europe and
from Orlando where be at- Cape Sable Tuesday for a ten- o' countin'ep to get to sleep that the real work will come froma
' tended a meeting of the legislative -;i\ Mr. and Mrs. 3. M. Holferty of day visit with her mother, Mrs. to I writ no*4 pome: Mumbo jumbo I spontaneous revolution now In
committee of the Florida;[South Allapattah Gardens have as Selma Mattaon. I I pinkie\ bhsftti* fray cat kick- the mak\nI.\
School Board Association.Leo !I home guests Mr and Mrs. D. E. -Kupperta'ft ed the bU&tJftfs eye. Speakln' ------ -
'Willard of St Paul. Mr. and Mrs. Joe 0' sheep torn fellow sea a lam Is CALL: FOR IUDS
Tuesday for their horn in St. I the only animul with grace enuff
Schneider of Naranja. who Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Davis 'ofAtlanta Louis. to kneel down when it receives Sealed bids for the repair of
entered a year's selective service and Jack Davis of Miami !nourishment an' wiggle 1U tall in the roof of the clubhouse of the
1 in the army recently, has been visited their uncle and aunt Mr. Mr. and Mrs. E. Sellers moved I thankfulness for what it flti" Woman's Club of Homestead will
transferred from Camp Standing and Mrs. Curtis E. Lee Tuesday. from Homestead to the Potter 'Guess you are right at that, lute be received up to 1 o'clock May SO,
to Camp, Davis, N. C. house on North Broadway last 'I e . 1141. at which time all bids re-
Frank L. Briggs of Redland, accompanied ,week. People who have traveled ceived will be opened In the clubhouse -
W. Y. Bush, council\ 'commander by Wm. Ballard of through the arid plains of the and read aloud.
r of the Homestead lodge of Wood- Tarrytown, N. Y, left Monday for Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Rohrer of Southwest and marveled at the MRS. J. F. HAMMETT.
men of the World, will leave Sat Tarrytown where Mr. Briggs will Cape Sable and their children cactuf-covered areas and perhaps! Secretary of Building and
urday night for Pensacola wherehe spend the summer. Mr. Ballard are spending the week 'with relatives wondered why the Lord had creat- Maintenance Committee.
will\ be a delegate to the state arrived last week and visited herea I here. ed such vile stuff anyhow, will Phone S99-J.11.
W O. W. convention. few days
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Rusted of
A. S. Moye is in the F. E. C. Robert Holland of Coral Gables, Miami visited trends here Satur-
hospital at 6t Augustine nephew of M. J. Brownlow of day. We've got some of the I
ing treatment for a foot Redland left last week for Georgetown -
suffered when a concrete reCfIV-1 Dutch New Guinea, wherehe Leondl Maschettl left Tuesday BEST USED
fell on his foot Saturday. will work on the U. S. government for a visit at his former home in
expected to be returned to his air base. Mrs. Holland, Beverly, Mass.
torn here soon. the.former Miss Lola Roberts, TRUCK BARGAINSin
will Join.him shortly. Mrs.M..Moore ,will leave Sat-

,Mrs R. F. Blackford will leave ',.c.pt:and:Mrs. Wtllard Sweet- urday for Miami Tuesday to,visit relatives in Seattle log'of Lignum Vitae Key were with her"slster, Mrs. W. v. Lott *
"'* and, other cities of the-West
guests Sunday Major and Mrs. r
Walkup
"\ '* for several .months "' Herbert Katt'of AVoc do'Lbd'e. .5Mr..tandMrs.: Lester
li: : :-rt, ', ,.. '. spent pe! -p ek-end.vialting Mr. OUR 'UDrners _
?..Mr.\and ;;.M..t>>...Gordon*..Dill : and, Mrs:JclcBranch! in MiamiMrSnd'VirT'HoBart :
tp jtd'.sons,,..JUcb&rd.IDd'.Gordon, : FLORIDA CITY BrockettftffSAVay All AONSrMAINS

:moved .Jut.'WHIt"born Acme- O> ..By Mrs' W W. .very .jO for their summer 4
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Plead to Jacksonville' lor"the '
home In Kortff l are4 Conn.
-. ,fummer." . Mrs.-Blanche Chapman went to .. ', .- =...;... .
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\ the Kendall hospital Tbunda,'for ," Fred'Chapman'began a two- loss CREVROLCT li TON IMt CHEVROLET IU TON
*.-,Mr.' and ,Mrs.--W.- J.-.Vkk. of l-' major operation Mrs 'Boyd'week vaeattorf Saturday. riCKTr Black finish; steel 'TRUCK Flat body; motor and
Goulds have gone'to their summer cab newly upholstered; front running gear In perfect condi

feome in Alliance, Ohio. Urea like new. food ground gripSion; JJ x 6-10 Ply dual rears;

: pers In rear; perfect condition green finish; steel cab; one owner
Mr. and Mrs Howard Johnson throughout
; reconditioned, guaranteed
:
tiav as guests Mr. Johnson's
and priced below the market.
brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and
: 1M CHEVROLET 1'i TON
Mrs. H. T. Johnson of Wrlghts- :
vllle, Ga. TRUCK Six new tires; rears 1931 CHCYnOLET l\'t TON
10 Ply heavy duty; flat body; TRICK Six new tires; motor

Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Dunlop have newly repainted and upholsterand running gear in Jam up
told their home on Silver Palm ed, reconditioned and guaranteed
hauls handle
shape; no long ; can
drive and Naranja road to Mrs a real bargain
Job quickly and economically -
Isabella Butler of Chicago. They any
plan to move soon to their new CHEVROLET SEDAN DE1).
home in Miami Shores. all LIVERY Ideal for combinationcar
Th and truck, five good tires; SEVERAL OTHER MODELS t*
Mr. and Mrs F. J. Byingtonwill stuff body In excellent condition; used dispose of. You name the price
leave for their home in Chicago for light work In the city and get a bargain.
today after a twOWHit'lIlt
with Mrs. Bylngton's sister, Mrs
Chat. W. Camp. HOMES aremadeot.Homes

Mrs C. W: McEwen plans .to Bird Chevrolet Co.Oldest .
leave May 17 for a visit with her : r
son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Chevrolet Dealer as Florida East Coast
Mrs Louis F Muench of Springfield -
with the of 's
start wisp a Homestead Florida Telephone N
Mo. She will return about
the middle of June. Mrs. Mc- wish and grow quickly by way of
Ewen Is now assisted in the management and
of the McEwen Chicken hopes and plans, facts fig-

Farm by J. A. Hudson, former ; ures' into the practical stage. GET SETTLED-DOWN
manager of Hector's Supply Co. Time has passed, for delaying
who has purchased a share In the i That's where we come in I that Home purchase. Families
business. are buying up the remaining
e Well guide your home ideas '- bargains fast And newly built
Mr and Mrs" Bevo Webb and Homes are promising to go
daughter, Tallulah Ann, will leave along practical lines . tell you 4f -y- t much higher la building costs)
Sunday for a vacation In Hot how you can use your "rent i imoney" So we advise: See us now -
Spring, Ark, and Hsttiesburg, set the best Horn bargains. W*
Miss\ to build a modern small have them. Right terms tool

i home on the FHA Plan . ad- EDWARD STILJNG
The Rev. Ceo H. Ricks will return ,
tomorrow from Atlanta, Ga., vise you about new materials . ; .r ..... 9.a5ALTOal A..rkaoai....
where for the past,two weeks he fa IMMMMM C41.Fs. .
baa been attending the Smythe Our Ideas and advice are free. ntJ 1.".

I t. So call as ,now-before..you're ; .

ready to build that little home i I GET OUR STATEDriver's

Tropical Gate of your dreams 1 :
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NOW LOCATED THEIIORNE W. D. HORNE CO. _51!
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FRANK L. SKILL, Owner : I
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: Hardware, Lumber and Building Materials i i i IN HOMESTEAD
N. Kreme AT*. :
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'ent convenience for Its Mr. Loveland and family will: Luther Strickland, Jason Avery Homestead In November." , f"lfom.tead
sanitary
diiitiifniiiiiiiiHiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii! ! : !{! f
I teacher, she ;
guest A bath room and separate leave In a week or ten days for a Clarence Smoak and the : again showed
toilets *rt being arranged, one trip north They will .be Joinedat Mr*. Jordan." bad a baseball team when CIA j
20 Years Ago of the bedrooms being partitionedoff Bedford. .V*,. by their son -"Mra. W..1. TweedeU leaves Thursday afternoon at the avlatlon -
for that purpose" Stewart,who I II In school there. Saturday for Arizona where she : .field they rolled up 7 run to
I 'Lemon City'! S. . Foy Hobbs
will Join her husband.
-"Mr. and Mrs. Percy Hunterare "Mr. and Mr*. J. E. Davis will '
Imlllllllllllllllllllllllllill!l111II1I!+1111. being congratulated btheir leave for Nashville, Tenn., In two Howard Lamb left Thursday who swings a wicked bat, knock
Va.. ed out a home run, while Doe
night for Wythevllle, !
. about
friends the arrival of weeks. returning September
on a girl
The '..... ". HMM .n ..... .... who appeared on the scene Satur-, 1. . where he will resume his old Job ,Smith kept the Lemon Cltyite
boom ... rib. W Ik. H._...
I.........*.....If.... Mir. II. Sol. day night," -'A of their youngfriends a telegraph operator. Of course on the watch with that habit of
'I-Ma in4mrt4 party his I his of stealing all the bases lays
M lk a.slh "" will be accompanied by
.... M. IT. Illl. milk .*. .._ _"A boy arrived at the home: were entertained by Rose la. They expect to return to I I I lug around loose . '
LAC.- of Mr. and Mrs. Turner at Red- ,and John Tower at a birthday supper .u_
My .. mi land Saturday morning." at the Tower home on Saturday !

Homestead-"The annual Growen'meeting Associationwas of the from-"Word Mr. and has Mrs.been Jo.. Markham received I -"S.evening.H. Fitch. had. the misfortune iJGotR. Jr.- out d1YnR.Jl.( ... ,:

held at the packing house and three children, who left her',' on Wednesday to have his I
there April 21st, to thc ,tfftct that they:\:upper arm broken by the kick of
Tuesday night being a large "' Sears Debuc and Co.
number of growers proent Con- had safely rearheiUtnelr home at 'a mule. .
alderable Important business was, Jackson Wyo. MijHarkham and I -"The High School botany .
transacted, among other things' family pent severcfweeks here I'class went to Royal Palm Park BISCAYnE BOULEVARD AT I3W! ST. ,
the election of officer for the ensuing visiting Mrs.. Darkfiam's brothers, Friday afternoon to'.tudy plant
Both T. L. B A. and A. H VValdin." conditions . The class consist f
year Groves ;
the preildent and A. S. King, -"Geo. Fulleinook over chargeof I lof Mary Tower, Vivian Free. Nadine < t. I" : .
who has been secretary since the the electric light plant from E. Chambllfi, Thelma Douthit,
organization were re-elected. R. CLo\-elandonn i first of May|Hiehry, Brooker Alan TlbbiU

R. Blggen was selected 11 vice- I
president, these mn with S. J't '
Davis and H. H Ewing .
the board of directors. J'j
tors elected from the
house were J. U. Fre, B. C
phy W B. Flowers T W Whit- These Used Car Bargains .
worth and Jo. Grantham. I
-"The annual meeting of the
Royal Palm Truckers' Associationwas
'
held In the packing house on I'
Tuesday afternoon. The following -' Mean
directors were elected to serve| .
the ensuing year: J. J. Hubbard.I
Dr. C. W Mangui, J. F. Rohrer'
H. L. Cook B. O Young L. it.I ,


L.Nixon board-"The Cook reorganized and chairman.stockholders E. P. Llvtrmore..and. "of elected the Red-The H.I MONEY IN THE BANK !0


i, land Citrus Growers Associationheld
their annual meeting Tuesday -
morning May 2. These directors -
were elected T. A. Collins, .
H. L. Cook Seymour Dane Wm GUARANTEED TO BE
Anderson, W A. Murphy T. H. .
Lyon and Chas) Schumacher. . PRICED BELOW THE MARKET .
-"The Men' Aid of the Florida .
City M. X. Church will give one .
of their Justly celebrated red snapper ,
suppers Jiv the Sunday schoolroom .... 1 \:

. W.on L.Friday Dillon evening Is the May'kitchen 13. "BANKON BUICK" AND SAVE !

expert' and has these able assls- I
tants: Dr. S. S. Shield, A. D. Clinton .
I and J.H. rindlay. . I
-"Quite a number of local men:
\ went to Cuba on their excursion

run lost Sunday to return Friday.
I Henry Brooker J. R. Sullivan V. 1936 PACKARD 4-DOOR TOUR193! OLDSMOBILE 4 DOOR

I. M. Atkinson among and the Mr.Homesteader Simpsonwere ING SEDAN-Original paint; ING SEDAN-New TOUR\\

; taking the trip" good tires; a real buy.- cheap. covers; a smart looking
-"The Homestead Hotel Is Installing -!,
on the first floor excel-

$ SVBMIT BILLS BY MAY II
All those having bill or accounts ,
against the Redland District
Chamber of Commerce are hereby 1938 BUICK 4-DOOR TOURING } 1939 BUICK 41" SEDAN-OrigSnal -

notified that all outstanding bill SEDAN-Original paint:;,. low paint; clean inside; radio; guar .

and writing accounts not must later than be presentedIn May 18, mileage; new tires; very clean anteed mechanically; priced ..

1(41 otherwise they will not be and priced to sell. right.
given serious consideration.
EDW. STIUNO, President
T. I.: KIRBY Treasurer.
(Apr. IS.25, May I, *. It, 1941)

1940 CHEVROLET 4-DOOR TOURING -
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1935 PONTIAC 6" 2-DOOR1 SEDAN .-
SEDAN-light original -
END TABLES grey In good mechanical condition .
paint; radio; seat covers; :
Latest Styles and white ;aide tires. A very new ; good transportation

Finishes to sell. heap .
j' looking car priced
$225 up.


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; -Good mechanical condition; good tires; clean inside; priced :

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.ri idav. Mav 9, 1941 THE HOMESTEAD LEADER-ENTERPRISE Pace Semi !


HOMESTEAD ART CLUB AT WORK IN SHELTER HOUSE OF CITY PARK I Baptist Group to Meet

Here Monday EveningThe I

Miami Baptist Sunday
School Association will meet In ; :
the First Baptist Church of
Homestead at 8 p. m. Monday, an*
are tw w. f nounces the pastor, Pr J. C. John. 4

stone Mrs. K. W. Richards of Miami {
will speak on the vacation Bible .fJ I
schools of the association This
will be followed by I general discussion -
of departmental confer ,
ences with special emphasis bn
Sunday morning assembly pro. ..
grmfi tnd lessons for May and "+
June. After reports an given Dr.
Johnston will speak on "Baptist
Sunday School Work-Past, Present J

and Future"DELAY .

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To Small Detail

I Saves Repair* i i'II


Paint year hut
.f this season But

M 'II '..... don't stop' Got Just up withpaintinf. on I
the root and examine I
7 it carefully II Ton
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shingles, you will save money in
the long run by painting or stain.
Inc them now. Renal I
.. if needed Look j
.., tot roof leaks around
-t: the chimneys and .
". dormers.' .
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time, apply a new
This photograph,: taken by a dent of the,club; Mrs Wm. Wood(Frank Webb first vice-president,I Hubby You must economize! coat of screen enamel, to tM
WPA art project,photographer, In of Miami, Mrs B.4r.!:. Gatlin, secretary 1 j Mrs. R F. Blackford; ,Mrs.,Jesse!Think of the future If I were screens. To prevent rustinc aerej
to die. where wou'4 you be? enamel must cover tM
the Homestead municipal park I ; Mrs Ben Archer, president GOHman, Mrs. Russell Anderson -> entire surface ./ tM
1 i Wile,: I should M here art right tIe..n
hovurfleft to right: the Rev. Rob- Mrs. Frank Hausman originator treasurer, and Wm. Wood. district would ; wire strands. A quality)
The Is where
question
you enamel will sofa.
ert H. Spear second:vlc-pre i- of the local art project, Mrs, 1!supervisor of the WPA art project. be'-Boys' Lit. 'I ; clot the mesa, ,

Renall the fence. AJ'
-- fence enhances thai tI
DR.iM.A.BERGERDentist beauty of a home and)
. ." will last for years If you protect to
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I with paint. Styling the fence witht
colors used on
body of the
and trim, rives ;
Office flours 8:30 4:30 , : '; plowing effect .[ :
makes the fence
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Open Evcmuvn ky A MMriitmeU . part of the b*> j
setting.
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/ stairs for saremc If,tb timbersunderneath

.Buildingvvvvev.vvvvv.v'r..v." , .. -.-. .. ,. . .. ., rotted out,replace are
or reinforce thorn,
.... ' If the paint film
< : Redland Brand on the treads haa
started to show<
.. : wear In the heavy!
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Eight THE HOMESTEAD LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday, May 9, 1941





I . . Social Events in South Dade . . .1





s FRIENDS GATHER IN PRINCETON HOME MISS MYRTLE McLEAN 18 B. P. W. C. LEADERS COME TO HOMESTEAD
I. BRIDE OF HENRY EVANSMr. I
TO SHOWER RECENT BRIDE WITH GIFTS and Mrs. L P. McLean are FOR INSTALLATION_ OF LOCAL OFFICERS

-- announcing the marriage of their m. -

Mrs. Thurmond Connor of Coral Mn. H A. Amen, Mn. A. W. Me daughter. Myrtle, to Henry Evans Mrs Julie Thomas of Lake the Red Cross requirements can
Gables, the former Miss Kathleen VIcar Mn. Ernest Campbell Mrs. of Miami in the Fort Lauderdale I Worth, charming and efficient director be meta

Lloyd of Goulds was given a miscellaneous Norman Benson, Mn. Gilbert Ogden Baptist Church on Sunday May 4. of District Seven of the State convention: plans were discussed. -
bridal shower at the Un. Curtis Z. Lee. Mrs. J. The ceremony: was performed by Florida Federation of Business and .
home of Mn. Frank M. Header D. Benson Mrs. Shortt Miss Sttzy the pastor of the church the Her. Professional Women' Clubs Installed A rising vote of thank was

on in Princeton Tuesday by Mn. Leg***. Mine Marjorie Conner Robert E. Lee ;.officer* of the Bujnej given to Mrs. Herbert Katz, club
Henderson, Mn. Wesley C. Camp- Misses CarofJOy and Janice Lee Th bride, a gradual of Homestead and Professional W_'* Club of member who served the dinner.
bell and Mn. DM Mullin. Miss MildMd ,Batto Miss Fay High School, has for the 1 Homestead at a dinner meeting
B. W. C.
Uemocn ot other P.
The room were attractively Campbell.'Miss Nell Lloyd. Jean past six yean mad her home held at Avocado Lodge Monday clubs present were: Mill Clan
decorated with lilies and other and June Fogl and Mickey Short with aa invalid aunt, Mrs. Flora evening. A* each officer was Installed Caspar, president of the Miami
cut flowen.Mn. Gifts ww received from Mn. McLean, la Eureka. she received from the director -
and
club min Gladys Becker
Larry H. Holt Un.Woodrow For. Mr. and Mrs. Evans hare an .a gardenia corsag ;
Ralph F. Shortt won the Mrs. Celi Smith, president and
rest. Mrs. Joe Lake Mrs. C. a apartment at SS N. W. Third I Mrs. Ben Archer reinstalled
was
prize In a wedding of flowers eoatert. past president of the Coral Gable
Woods Mrs. J. L. Murray Mrs.
Guests wrote their favorite -; street, JoUamLUDlAHD president; Mrs.'Roy Chandler was club; Mrs. Grate Campbell and
recipes In I book for the' Hiram Ritch Mrs. J. M. Scar' i Installed tint vice-president; Mrs. Misses Ethel and Hilda Myers of
bride. : borough Mrs. L J. Leggett P. T. A. TO BOLD I dna Stewart, second vice-presi the Hialeah dub; and Mir Doro-
Mrs. J. K. Whitaker, Mrs. Joe B.
INSTALLATION WEDNESDAYMrs.
dent Mrs. Frank Morris, recording : Smith of Coral Gable
The hostesses served angel food thy
Davis, Mrs. Untie Eason: Un. W. H. Beckham of Miami Mrs. Herbert Katz,
secretary; Present also were: Mn. F. J.
cake and Jw.e.Tbe .
orange Jack Davis of Miami Miss Quids I
will install officers for the Red- corresponding secretary; and Mrs Bylngton of Chicsgo. Mrs. Henry
guests Included: Mn. J. W. Leggett. Miss Marjorie Campbell, land P. T. A. at a chicken supper I Green Rives treasurer. i Rue, Mn. Ralph Kingman, Mn.
Connor Mn. Noah Peterson Mn. Miss AnnIe Lou Mrs. Katherine &
Johns I
Wednesday evening at T JO o'clock
The Installation, address echoed' R. F. Blackford, Un. James Elder
Fannie Shuler, Mn. Arthur Fogle Davis Miss Valeria Campbell In the school cafeteria.
the theme of the club's: roll call- and other members not previously -
Jr. Mn. Charles C. Lloyd and Miss Ruth Murray. Mrs. Herman Heinlein will be I,friends. mentioned, Mrs. E. A.

Installed president; Mil W. H. I The principal address was made Froscher, Mn. J E. Davis, Mrs.
I ENGAGEMENT OF MISS HELEN FIELD, I Turner tint vice-president; Mrs. by Put State President Vina Bet- Sylvia Atkins and Mrs. J. F. Ham-
Carl F. Robinson second vice- terley of HIaleah who organized mett.
AND GEORGE ESTELL IS ANNOUNCED I
president; Miss Jewel Turner, recording the Homestead club in 1935. Her

secretary: ; Miss Julia Sul- talk,'also, was based on the theme BARBARA JEAN WAKETIELD
The engagement of Mia Helen, were prize winners la contest II v a n, corresponding secretary; for the evening. CELEBRATES ANNIVERSARY

Field to George Eitell, both of. Ice cream and cake were servedPresent and Mrs. D. E. Bashor, treasurer. Each of the speakers was given A hayrlde party waa given for
were: Mr. and Mrs. David Honor guests will be: Miss Alice a basket of fruit by the club. Barbara Jean Wakefield on her
Homestead WM announced at a Williams, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd KahL Chas. G. Turner DIll E. Dr. Adele Hampton of Miami, twelfth birthday anniversary on
party given by Will Field' parents Field. Mr. and Un. Alton Horn. Bashor, George Cooper and J. R. state chairman. of international Wednesday by her mother, Mn.
Mr. and Un. L. L Field, Mr. and Mrs. Dodd. Mr. and Mrs. Hiskson. Entertainment will be relations won applause with Geo. N. Wakefield. After the
at their home Wednesday night Field. Mrs. Virgil GrenneU. Mrs. furnished by the primary grades clever impersonation aDd readings. hayrid a refreshment course ws
The mama will take place in N '.' .
Roberta Harrison, Miss Maryben served at the WakefUld home
June. Gibbs. Misses Antoinette and Helen MRS. FRANK WILL HONORED, '" A iMesa'g*"from District Direc- Th favors were hand-knitted
At the announcement party Ifoy. Miss Mary McNeillMir El RAIN OR SON CLUB I tOMted'1II1t!(Lewis of Fort Lau- lapel. pins of'"KnittfflV-for"'Brit-

each guest was presented with 'a Effl Booth, Miss Birdie Home, Rain or Shine Club ,members, derrfaVVas read to the club.:Miss tain"-',"!In.- 'and'.the .birthday
mail knitting bag and la the bag Mires Margaret and Mildred wen guests at a luncheon given Ann;Lei'led: In.the.salut to tb* ,
with the yarn tad Media was an Field Mist Field, Sparkmaa Hold- IA Bamboo Tavern by Mr&.- ''J.. flag) i.J::.E.-G upns gave the le-
announcement *f the engagement ing.1 Robert CasVWfflard Norman Faust la honor -of the ,birthday Invocation; Mn* Cure' Stewart prow:and f Scold:'drialu'wer* ,served,al-
'k ..Mr*. L. C-Dedd and Miss Field Wad Smith and Mr.'bteU. anniversary of Mrs.- Frank SkllL *entd.'the'prograiri'numbers,'and al-am'
... SkJU avaashowe"drhandkerchiefs. Mrs...th'il.'V.'Camp-was bo.pl- I The guests*Included: 'JopIne

AD ASTRA "Iu i Italitp'chalrina. Mrs. Archer; 'Mock; "'RuthRutland,' BarbaraJcan'Smith.Ruth
CHAPTER OF 0. E. S. HONORS
I Coven wen Un. W, E. presided; "Byrua'Barbara
I I' ta'rH ;
GRAND OFFICERS FROM THIS DISTRICT'Rheney, Mn. Webster,1 I, 'Tlid'tlub1 I *voted :to sponsor 'a' Home, Connie' Campbell, Margaret
Mrs. Frank B. Sue, Mn. Helen I Red."Crow"unit'to Homestead to 'Barnes Suzanne 'aJUne-Kob
Hackler, Mn. C. J. Parman Mn. be headed by Mrs. B. A. Tlbblts ret Barnes, Suzanne and Rebecca
Grand officers of the O. E. S. mentioned were: Mr. and Mn. A. Skill and Mn. Faust if an Investigating! committee Brown, Anne Rheney, and Ardel
who live District 29 were hon R. Livingston, Mr. and Mn. SamJ.
headed by; Mrs. Rives finds that Parman.
ored at a meeting of Ad Astra Davis Mr. and Mn. A. R. Mey. CLUB TO OBSERVE

Chapter Friday night la the I, bem, Mn. Geo. W. Turner, Jr. POETRY WEEK ..
O. O. F, hall at Homestead.The Mn. B. G. Branch, Mn. Mary Poetry week will be observed .I.t.. ;'.** IT,II II'; *rrm. vf .1"aUIII'
'
grand officers honored Oldendorf, Mn. J. E. Davis Mn. by the Woman's Club of Homestead
were: Mn. Mabelle Ramey assistant T. Orfanedes, Mn. J. W. English, at Its meeting Tuesday afternoon -I DIXIE DRUGJACK
conductress; Mn. Doris Mn. J. A. Daugherty, Mn. Edw. at the clubhouse. Mrs.

Hayes, organist; Mn. Frances I Broken Min Alice Macombei\ ;O. W. Calkins will have chargeof ) POLKHomestead HOWARD JOHNSON

Fandrey, Ruth; Mn. Minnie Miss Eitell Turner, Misses Esther the program. FU. Phones a. and 9111Mother's
Stocks, !Esther; Mn. Vera McKenzie and Helen Livingston and B. C. '

Martha; Mrs. Lena Simon, Murphy. I,Mrs. Myrl Shannahan, Mrs. Her-' -

warder; Mn. Marjorie Hanes, Instructress Other guests present were: Mr. .ma Ericson, Mn. Esther Hohn,I Day Gifts
of District 29; Mn. Esther and Mrs. Chas. Behrens Mr. and Mrs. Alma Smith, Mn. Rae Wlerill $-

LeCala. representative of Mn. C. I* Ooley, Mrs Robert i Mr*. Ellen E. Chambers,
'Wisconsin; Mrs. Gussl Joiner, Bell Mrs. A. C. Albright Mn. Mrs. Annie Dona, Mn. Martha
member of charter and dispensations Mary Fennell, aU of Naranja; 'Hudson Mn. Winifred Clark, Mrs. CANDY

committee; and HA. Wright Mrs. Amelia Sammes, Mn. Addle Mary Spach, Mn. Mary V. Mc- ...
member of credentials commit. Dickens, Mrs Helena M. Knapp Courtney, all of Miami; and Chas. .. \
: tee. J. N. Ramey. all of Miami Beach; :S. Lowe of Key West from

,t Mn. R. W. Mulllns, worthy

matron, welcomed the guests.
Each of the visitors gave a short 25c
talk and was presented with a
'
gift and a corsage from the chap /
ter. i i'I t0
To Mother .
''I Mn. Mary Lowe of Key West, r .
f. past grand warder, gave a short
talk. Mrs. Lloyd Dolts sang a $3.00
solo] and Mrs. Mulllns read a From 4 4w
Jane
poem.
1 The hall was decorated In Barter .

lilies and roses. Sandwiches: d PRACTICAL BEAU STATIONERY GtfTS rtMotJut
aDd punch were served. one {{

Members present beside those Symphony VeHumPACKAGE Lord BaltimorePACKA9I
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P Won How much she will appreciate a gift certificate $1120 1 50c

from Alice' Beauty Parlor on* I "M as %a rww..'.

r Mother's"Day I'Shell be eo flattered shtir

probably pretty up in more ways than one. I ADRUNNf 4"Yja"4f

Permanents or other services may be had
Iced lash?, i Hare dlseovered the of
ee.raaof.d you economy
,e.a ; o. laise for any amount, good any time.Hike's + Adrienne If not do so today. See how
t payees i, fr wet Ad red r Adrienne you ore value you often
pay several ti mea more for. A good example
Dr. B, F. Stebbin>! a la the glorious Adrienne Face Pow. C
I : Beauty: Parlor e'er. Try Adrienne, and saT*.
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4 Dr. L, W. Stebbins ADRIENNE FACE POWDER m" ""
Allc 8herar4, Owner-Operator
1224 ? VISION St, Miami 11-11 McCrory Arcade these '

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Friday May 9.1941 THE HOMESTEAD Pare Nine

- HOMESTEAD ART CLUB MEMBERS ENJOY LEGION 'AtXIU.'RY '

I AND SONS HEAR ESSAY l'
TROPIC BEAUTY OF LIGNUM VITAE KEY,I Graham McElrogr( Kedlnnd High :

-- School senior who won second ;. J
Social Events '
.I ] Members of the Homestead Art ler, Mrs. rrank Webb Mrs. Alex prize in a county-wide essay contest :

Club and friends were guests Fri Hemmingi: Sire B E. Gatlln. Mrs | sponsored by the McAllister.
Sylvia Atklna, Mrs. Ben Archer, Pott of Veterans of Foreign Wars '
day of Capt. and Mrs. WillardSweeting Miss Mabel Everltt, Betty Gatlin read his essay on "Our Nation Indivisible i

on Lignum: Vitae Key and the Rev. Robert H. Spear, at a meeting of John G. :'

H. H. S. BEAUTIFICATION CLASS GIVES which Is known for Its tropical The Club members spent last Salley Post, the Legion Auxiliaryand

TEA FOR PARENT-TEACHER EXECUTIVESA trees as well as for Its Indian Monday painting scenes on Mowry Sons of the Legion Wednesday .
mound, peacocks and turtles. canal near the bay, and they ," night In Legion bell The j
-- The morning was spent in sightseeing plan to spend next Monday In the fundamentals of democracy and
charming and efficient young ities undertaken by the physical and the afternoon. In paintIng same place.This I our need for co-ordination and
hostess group this week was the education department and told of and fishing. A picnic lunch- evening at 7:30 o'cloek.1 work were stressed In the essay
home beautification class of the I I the qualities gained by pupils In eon was enjoyed.In O. F. Mcintyre, Miami artist, will After each of the three or.anl",
Homestead High School which un- these sports which will benefit the party were: Mr. and Mrs meet with the club, in the Cham- sattons had met for Its business I
der, the direction of Mrs. B. M. them throughout life. Henry Ruegg. Major and Mrs. Her- ber of Commerce building\ to criticize ilon. they assembled again
Hlndman! gave a, tea Wednesday The committee voted, In the absence bert KaU, Mrs. Maud E. Chand- recent work;o(4he members.: when the auxiliary served coffee,

afternoon in the home economics of a report from the treasurer '. .. cold drinks and sandwiches
rooms for members of the Parent- to contribute, If the associa MUSIC CLUB TO mET Poppy Day will be observed In
Teacher Association executive tion's finances permit, to the 133 The CalendarMay nrni MRS. c. n. RICE Homestead Saturday, May 24. the
J committee needed to pay for letters for the Mrs Hannah Ashrvl and Mrs. auxiliary decided. .

Miss Katherine Orfanedes and boys' three vanity ,teams and for I 9-R. H. S. Junior play I Evelyn Plaamal.rOIlS': will be I Mrs. Harold Sheffield a dele.
Miss Virginia KInner greeted the the girls' teams. "Young April" i guest artists at the beating of the gate to the Legion Auxiliary convention -
guests, and Miss Charlotte Ger- R. J. Hester, visual education Monday Music Club.t the home i
May I Meeting of Homestead In Key West gave her ,
and Miss Wave Horton chairman, reported that the new
presided
onimo of Mrs. C. Hagler Rice next week.
Art Club in Chamber of Com-
report. 4
at the punch bowl. I curtains are In place In the visual merce building Mrs. Frank Bailsman, Mrs. Rice
Corsage bouquets were presented education classroom, that a full and Miss Bertha NIU Hausmanwill FlSU FRY 13 GIVEN! 4AT J
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May I Meeting of Princeton '
to. the feminine members of I motion picture program: has been be hostesses
KIIENEY 110:111.:
the committee and boutonnieres to and is in progress and that the Home Demonstration Club at homeof
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Rheney I
Mrs. Walter Peterson at 1:30:
the mu members. The favors ten-cent fee asked of each child
PARTY IS CHEN Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Brooks and
were handkerchief parasols. each semester will hereafter take May; 'iJZt-Mtetlng Of Monday
:FOR VISITOR Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Faust entertained -
Sandwiches: cakes and pecanrolls I care of the film rental expense. Music Club with Mrs. Frank
Mrs. H. K. Foulk gave a bridge with a flub fry at the
served with the I Particlar praise was given to Hausman.
were punch.Of party at her home May I In honorof Rheney horn Mjnday evening.:
special Interest to the guests I the cafeteria management after a May IS-W. M. U. meeting. II
her aunt Miss Phil-
Dorothy I
Included Mr and
The guests :
and report by the cafeteria chairman,
was the tact that the simple May Installation of officers
of Canada
lips Toronto. who is
Mrs. Frank Webb, Mr. and Mrs
charming formal gowns worn by Mrs R. E. Anderson. at dinner meeting: of Redland I
I, visiting here. Webb Mr. and Mrs. W. R.Bird. .
Bevo ,
Present were: Mrs. M. F. White,
the young hostesses, thecorsages: P.-T. A. in school cafeteria ,
(I Mrs. J. D. Perkins high Mr. and Mrs H.
the ,favors, and the refreshments president Mrs. James Nesbitt, won ,Julian,
were all the handiwork of the Mrs. W. E. Rheney, Mrs. John May It-Meeting of Bow Book' score prize, Mrs H. L. Johnson I''Webster Mr. and Mrs. Ceo. N.Wakefield .
class. Graves, Mrs. Green Rives, Mrs. Club in library at 8 p. m. the low score prize; and Mrs. W. Mr. and Mrs. C. J.,

At the business meeting -of the Ben Archer, Mrs. Anderson, Mrs May 1 -H H. S. junior play Inl E. Rheney, the cut prize. MissPhillips ;.I IParman, Mr.,and Mrs. H.K. Foulk
committee which preceded the tea W. B. Mills Miss Josephine Cook, Neva King Cooper auditorium was presented with a Miss Dorothy Phillips, A. F. Arthur -
16 R. H. S. senior class gift Vara and Anne Rhtney; Ar..
Coach T E. Bleier gave a comprehensive Principal Hindman, Mr. Hester May -
account of the actlv- and Mr. Bleier. .. play.May Present were: Mrs. J. R. Brooks,I[del Parman and Dale Faust.
18-Meeting of Ad Astra Mrs. Elizabeth Fuchs, Mrs. W. R.
' r Anderson Mrs. R. R. KInard Mrs. MR. AND MRS FRED REDD
> Chapter of O. E. S. ,
: JUNIOR WOMAN'S CLUB ANNOUNCES '(GIVE StOPPER FOR FORCEMr.
I May 18-Meeting: of Homestead I. P. McLean Mrs. Perkins, Mrs.
COMMITTEE APPOINTMENTS FOR YEAR Home Demonstration Club in F.I Johnson, Mrs. Rheney Miss' Phillips -! and Mrs. Fred Redd gave
fish the lawn of their
I and Mrs. Foulk. a fry on
-- F. A. clubhouse. 'I
home Tuesday evening for employees -
Committees o( the Junior Wo- Justus Wynn, Mrs. Wright, Mrs. May IT-Program: meeting of I I Mrs. W. W. Bethea, Mrs. Roy I II and their families.
t man's Club of Homestead for the I Barrow, Mrs. Buchanan, Mrs. Wal- Woman's Club of Home.tead.1n Wittenwyler. Mrs. R. L. Hobson, Those attending were Mr.'and
:, Coming year were appointed by ton, M-s Proctor, Mrs. Walker, clubhouse at 1 p. m. I Mrs. Ray Schneider, Mrs. R. U I Mrs W. W. Severy, Mr. aDd Mrs.
.I the presideuVJUrs.James L. Bird, Mrs. DeBerry, Mrs. Caves, Mrs. May 19 Meeting of Garden ;Scott, Mrs. P. S. SUpleton Mrs Earl Cravey;' Mrs and Mrs. Fred
:J t at a meeting Monday night In the Oxford, Mrs. Bird, Miss Ellen. Club at home of. Mrs. Henry Walter Peterson, and Miss Jean I I Rhodes, Mrs. T T. Bowen, Mrs.
.i fabhouse<:-wim-the club- voted tot Huff and Miss Reitz I Ruegg. Coldren bf the Princeton Home Jewel Hobart, Mlues Warrens and

sponsor a dance'once a month, I May 19-Meeting of Homestead Demonstration Club attended the i MUfred Severy, Miss Teresa Redd
i.. during the summer. W. S. C. S. TO FINANCE I B, P. W. C. county achievement day meeting I Hugh Bowen and Charles Sulli

Standing committee chairmenare REPAIR OF CHURCH SEATS I May 20-Meeting of W S. C. S. ;In Miami on May L < van.
: Mrs. Olin Wright hospitality; Seats in the Homestead Methodist circles 1 I t

Mrs. Virginia Walton welfare; Church will be repaired as I May 21-Meeting: of Homestead I
Miss Geraldine Belt, finance; the result of action taken at a
:P. T. A. at 3p.m.
Mrs. T. J. Walker, membership; meeting of the Woman's Societyof
Mrs. Thelma McGarrah, program; Christian Service Tuesday afternoon I May 22-Meeting ot Dorcas Classat I
of Mrs. Julia Polk.
5 and' Mrs. E. A. Buchanan,' in the church after Mrs. home
"* scholarship. I Dan Williams, chairman of a cam- : May University Club tea for es
Special committee chairmen are: I mittee to investigate the costs of senior girls of Homestead and Red-

Mrs. Ansel Barrow and Mrs. Harold new seats, had made a report land high schools. i
Oxford, visiting and flowers; I New seats will be put In later, it May 24-Poppy Day. j

Mrs. Walton scrapbook; Mrs. R was decided. May 26-Meeting of Jennie Lob-

E. Sherard, historian; Mrs. Rich- Mrs. C. D. Eaker, delegate, reported dell Circle at home of Mrs. A. M.
!
ard Huff drama; Mrs. Barrow, on the annual conferenceof Logan.

safety patrol representative; Mrs W. S. C. S. held in Lakeland May 28-Pot-luck supper meetIng -
Walton, library board member; recently. Mrs. George Ranson of University Club at home
Mrs. Clifton DeBerry, dance and Mrs. Williams reported on a of Mrs. Ceo. L. Polk.
school; Mrs. W. B. Caves, beautification I'1 district meeting held In Coral Gables June Business meeting of I I'ONLY
; Mrs. L. T, Proctor clubhouse Tuesday-morning. Junior Woman's Club of Home

; and\,, Mr* Oxford, year- Mrs. 'Lewis Brandenburg, leaderof stead.

book. I Belle Bennett Circle, read an June Meeting of Legion
The club votel to try an "hourof article entitled "Lord, Speak to' Auxiliary in Legion hall.
service" method of work where Me". Mrs. Julian Webster discussed June Meeting of Redland t
each member will keep track of I Christian education. Neighborhood Circle,with Mrs L.//

the number of hours she spendson I Present at the meeting were: H. Klopp. I IHams.

clubwork. At the end of the Mrs J. J. Richards, Mrs. B. M. '
year, the ten members having the Hmdman Mrs Lloyd Field, Mrs Mrs. J. D. Redd, Mrs. Rob-
highest rating will be honored by Roy Darby. Mrs. J. A. McNeill, ert Glenn Mrs. David Williams, "'t-
the club in some small way. Mrs. J. W. English, Mrs J. P. Anderson Mrs. Ranson Mrs. Eaker, Mrs

The club voted to give a dance Mrs. E. S. Caplinger, Mrs. Dan Williams Mrs. Brandenburg
monthly during the summer. Mollle Wing-ate, Mrs. Dan Mil- and Mrs. Webster.

Mrs. DeBerry was appointed
*, chairman of the dance on May 31
In the chamber of commerce
I
Your hair is
building. Mrs. Wright, cochairman your

will have charge of tickets Ze11QLj2&nL1W
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and posters, and Miss ReiU will CROWNING GLORY

have, charge of decorations. 111 MIND
Present at the meeting were: t + Your hair deserves the best of
,M.... R. J. Elliott Mrs. Ceo. H. care. Flattering permanent at ELECTRIC REFRIGERATORWITH
Fitzpatrick, Mrs. F. B. Greene,
Mrs. Herbert Turner Mrs. Wll- summer prices. tffep.rIl
v / mb71'CHEe.
bum Reed Mrs. Frank Berneck- !
er, Mrs. Bruce Ennls. Mrs. Au- Mae Morris Beauty Shop I

I / Homestead Fla. Phone 564-\. THESE FEATURES
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'Dice R. S. AfERS. Topped N -ii..l ity Cs.......t.a rrlSi MEASURED HUMtMTt set hosplas'l
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I DENTIST fruits end MtwteMe fresh a VamM Seated TWm .... e MwteMelUlcM K

: STAINLESS STEEL Sliding Shelves s ,.,.Ioe Trays e .......... S
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prtke Moans 9 a. va. to S g. ES.; HOMESTEAD I.psMTe.,.,. -. CeetnI a 14 thirty owe ................

I Sudani f U IS \ Open I A.S.t.11:36 r. ills--sndaysIMIP.M. .......* Hurt SPA VU.DCTNmrT And LON UFt.
Closed Saturdays = Feel Cleaned Every M....,. Closed AB Day

: i Water Tested Every Del

Free Parkin; Space I f f11H MONTHLY TICKETS
Family ftM; Adult ILM; Children 7Se SMTH-GRAVES FURNITURE CO.
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LEADERENTERPRISE4.;. Friday;Mav 9n941'j:
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'CIRCLE: GIVES 'Holmes wart prtot.-winner Ia ,Beauty Shop Adds New

ADDITIONAL SOCIAL EVENTS SILVER TEA I,contest. Time Saving Machine '
I J The following program was given I The next _UwJbe\ hU ,.. :... ; .

yesterday afternoon at the silver June 4 at the home of Mr*. Klopp, I In celebration today of the third

t GARDEN CLUB DECIDES ON NOVEL tea which the Belle Bennett It was decided. anniversary of the establishmentof

Circle of W S. C. a held at the I Present were: Mrs. J. A. Roth-
Allce'a Beauty Parlor, Mn. R.
PLANT SALE FOR BENEFIT OF TREASURYThe ,
W E Gaby, Mrs. H.
horn of Mrs. Julian H. Webster: erham, Mr E. Sherard, the proprietor, announcei -.

-- I Remarks on music, Mrs. B. M. .W. Osborne, Mn. Scott Mrs. Davis the Installation of a new
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South Dad Hindman piano solo Marian An-1 Mrs. Klopp, Mrs. Holmes Miss
Garden Club fnena of the double whit oleander ; Zenith She'ton: Thermlque machine

decided Monday that each member Cerium Madonna Grandiflora, demon; vocal quartet; H. H. S1 I Eva Rolherham and the. hostess. I I for permanent waving

will bring to the next meeting I considered beat for general plant pupils; vocal duet, Janice Howard I 1 i "Thli most modern of new machines -

a potted plant which the wlU Mil ing. and Tallulah Ann Webb; piano so- BETTER HOMES i will save ,halt or three-

to some other member for ten Mn. D. W. Shetzllne read an article lo -Frances Rutland; vocal solo,) ' I quarter of an hbur on each per-

cent All the money received on billboards and roadside Mrs. Louis Brandenburg; flute so-1 I m'e ;:.! manent," Mn. Sherard toys. "J>ro.I
I Horn who
-,JtwWIo to the treasury.The planting; Mrs. James McCready, lo, Frank Hausman; vocal solo,; owners vision is made for 38 curia at one

meeting will be held May one on homing pigeon for war, Arthur Brandenburg; reading, their dwellings endured often little are Inconveniences surprisedthat I teaming, 'and All vapor method

19 at the home of Mn. Henry messengers, and Mn. Herman Mrs B. E Gatlin; vocal solo, Mrs they for lone.* :I eliminates the need of drying at*'
so
Kuegg on Kings Highway. Mn. A. ,Helnlein, one on,the Audubon Society Wm. Musielwhlte; piano solo, ter the preliminary shampoo.

J. Beck, director of District 6 of and a ,p!!!fm: }. on mocking' Frank Hagler Rice; vocal solo, Now It ls more surprising than I I Mn. Sherard and her, ul ll-

the Florida Federation of Garden blrda j 'Mrs H. K. Foulk; and piano solo, ever, sine remodeling work may i| tant, Miss Norma Goisman, attended

Clubs will be the ipeaker. : Mn. E. w,, Andersen spoke Mrs. Joseph Elder. be financed under the modernlza a demonstration of the machine -
credit Federal ,
of the
This week's meeting was held briefly on lbenudonna lIy. lion Administration.plan and a supper at the McAl

at the home of M.... W. K. Haaion Mn Anderdt 1i Mn. S. J. Lynch T. W. A. HOLDS Housing The home I lister Hotel in Miami Monday

Farmllfe road .and Mn. Haai and Mn. lUJEuickl* were admitted CAMPFIRE MEETING I owner who has grown weary of night
A of the Y. W., annoying defect and lack of convenience -
and Mn. Win. Dunlop were the to membership. .j'; campfire meeting !
hotteuei Mn. Roy Matthew Present besides those already A. of the First Baptist Church of can give freedom to his
I wishes, for the opportunities under
presided. named were: Mn. H. J. Derbyshire Homestead was held at the homeof

Mn O. W. Calklni conducted I Mrs. J. A. Ricks, Mrs. El- Mr. and Mr*. J. Lawrence I the FHA plan are broad. 'Your

written contest on work coveredby berta Bui, Mrs. Annie R. Butler, Scott Monday when their daughter

recent botany lessons. Mn. Mn. Ben Young, Mn H. M. Miss Dora, was hostess. After

Ruegg won the tint prize and I Brown, Sr, Mr. Ruegg, Mn. N. the wiener roast a program was Spinaflits.

I M t.. Fred Fuchs won the second I O. Ball. Mn. Joel J. Robinson presented around the campfir

Both prires 'were potted ),(n. A. W. Jones, Mr*. C. E., Program numbers were .given

The botany lesion for the Mn.j, Bencholten, Mn. Chas. L. by Miss Mary Lola Durlett, Miss .

was on the various araliat. Mn. H. F. Potter and 001'1 Mary Jo Close, Mill Mabel Ruth

R. J. Shepherd exhibited ginia H.... Pope Miss,Scott Mill Melba Van Winkle and raiY YOUt'Ith


A study will be takenup
MRS CHAMBUS3 fCECEIVESMOTIIER'S ducted the devotional. course
"M".I I at an til-day meeting to beheld ea
DAY HONOR
I I Pete Morgan spoke on
early in June, it was decided.
Mn J. R. Chambllss, a* honor sion of Mn Butler
ctrir: I I I Present at the meeting were:
mother was presented with a an to Southern
:Mrs. R. E. Edwards, sponsor, Mrs SEE: TO THE SPINE
tokeq of remembrance by W M. U. Baptist Convention This S
Scott, Mill Jewel Hodge, Miss
Circle Four at a meeting held at Month From Birmingham") and I and your healthwill take care of
Alice Wysong, Miss Mary JaneTurner
the home of Mn. W. B. Myrlck Mn. D. W. Shetzlln gave a reading Itself! That la the lesson that
Miss Emily Engle, Miss .
Wednesday when a Mother'i Day "Garment of Mother'i Mem Chiropractic teaches Almost all
Betty Ann Marshall Miss Pope,
program WM presented by Mn ory". Mn. T.,D. Piche made the ,bodl'y! iPmenta are traceable to
Miss Close, Miss Van Winkle, Miss
L. A. Wiae.Before opening prayer. :maladjusted vertebrae. Correct
Durlett, and the hostess.
the Mother'i Day program The next meeting will be heldat I these maladjustments and nature

Mn. J. Tom Vann read an the home of Mn. Horn June NEIGHBORHOOD CIRCLE b I permits vital organs to function

article entitled "Hope of the 4, It was decided. 1 normally The soundness of this
MEETS WITH WRIGHT
MRS.
World" and Mn E. J. Pope, I I urrjt I theory has been proved over and
Members of the Redland Neighborhood t
., poem. Mn J. Lawrence Scott BAND PATRONS HOLD I + over. Learn for yourself.HOURS .
Circle showed samples of
I{ gave a devotional prepared by CLOSING MUTING
i sewing which they had done during
Mn O A. Weil The Band Patrons' Association
The next meeting will be held of the Homestead High School I the past month at a meeting ':3' lo 12; t te 4:30; I to I

at- the home of Mn Chambllss, voted at a meeting Monday nightIn !Monday afternoon at the home ot Tuesdays: ':3' t* IS: t to '.3'
Mrs. Ceo. Wright in Redland.
It wa decided. the high school music room to 1 I Sundays by Appointment
Mrs. J. Lawrence Scott and Mr*.
Present alto were: Mn. Frank hold no meetings during the summer I
Reed Holmes each read a poem
Irwin, Mn. S. L. Kendrick Mn except possibly a called Dr. R. J. Elliott
and Mrs Sam J. Davis played ai
Stewart FlUhugh, Mn T. E. Kirby meeting to plan for a late summer violin solo I Two examples of built-In' conveniences I McCrory Arcade

I.. Mr*. J R, Pope, Mn. Jay concert I Mr*. L, H. Klcpp and Mrs.I are Illustrated here. The Phone t6lWHOMESTEAD.
Newton, Mn. O. L. Strickland and Mn. Ruth L. Scott, secretary, ;i, fold-away ironing board fits I : FLORIDA

Mn S. R Fitch. gave a report of the year's work. I ily in the little cabinet,

t Circle One met with Mn Annie Mrs. Adrian Jacobs, president, Mrs R. H. Done, Mrs. Wm. 3, chore of home pressing ia anU'.1

\ K. Butler Wednesday after presided. I I Geronimo, Mrs. Lamar Kendrick,i lightened The built-in

i noon. M,.. Dexter Horn' conNOTIC Present were: Mrs. W. B. Mills, Mrs. T. L. Hodges, Mrs Frank B. I nook shows only one of many. '; .
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Rue, Mrs Scott and Mrs. Jacobs sible styles.

} OP APPLICATION NVJ of BW<4 of IBVt: of BWH or *H
'. FOR TAX DKKO of Tron II, nnd NH Tract IS. of I
rib UMWNrilro Block 1. Miami Land p... Co.. IOM
'd b norakf llvoo that RtlMwIck.I lion II. Towmkl' 17 South. Ron..
In. kul"':>r M '. of City of Homo- It Eoit oonulnln' .10 arras wore or '
stead Tom OrUftriw nnBk.r.d ..... In the City of HoiiMMd. County
: 4W1 doled tko llh day if IVmow. of Dodt. auto of ,........ '
: A. D. One filed. Mid Tko mMouMt of Hid ," und>r
OTMtrtrol. III ny .ff...., and h.. mod.npllrMKm the oortirloBM oMHot wu In =.. of
'ot ui dead. to ...... thereon 'Unknown Union sold ....If.. DOES YOUR CAR HAVE ANY
Ie OMiinlooto with low Old Mrtlffeototmkmrao 'sets ekes W t doewd nrrordln. to low
tko following dovrlkod prop. tax dead will low thereon" on the 4th
rty. .Muotod ,!. Did Count. Florida d>y of Juoo. A. O, IM1.
.. : De.... thl. ink fUr of April A. D,
I I V; toll:" of NELl of WU. a*. 1941.
III..so10.ef,......hl. IT _tho Ra.i. ... t* E. I. tEATHERMAN. OF THESE FAULTS
KM ounuliilnt' I Clerk of Circuit Court.ClmH .
t.i In .. City o( "..arras. :County Dade c....''. ,...."'" .
....... BUM of FlnrldnTo. | Coca: Seat.
omiinunt of Mid property under By N. C. RTrRRrTT.: : D. C.
1 the .onirkolo. breed WM I* the same :f (M.y .. S lo. tl. SO. 1X1.1Notlro ?
Thorns. J.0. .wear Unmid owlfbht. '
kill k. r.di m.< manning to low. I I' NOTICE: or APPLICATION POI .
Oa deed. will bow tlwr" Hi on the 4th TAX DKED
day of Jono. A. D, I.4I FILE $4000
..... h kmhy Own hit BolllwMl.
t. this talk day of Tkppfl, A. D.
It4. In*.. holder .. ...ICMO oT City of. Nom . .

.B.cork* LCATHCRMAX ml Clr.ult Court. stead dated tilt Tax Ird OHtlflcoM day of "..Numbered.. A. O lets UNI.... t-.. Lacks Power and Speed? j. H ;...
Cw .t-. Floridn. Mod said Cortl_" hi., ...,.... nnd 1. : .
ClrraU. Cow Sal.Dad. h.. numb opplknitoo' for Ui dead to teas or c
t, M C. mimrrT. D. C tkmoo In ooooroonot with low .-uCortlflcolo : ,\: Hard to Start? ... '
.. _h_ the followinc d. ,
I Iklny i. I* IS. So IUI.I ..
erlM "......... altaad. I. "** C.."W. : -: '
Florida. towel I Uses Too Much Gas : : .
NOTim' OP APPLICATION Lot *, aiork o. Town of H.011101.< ," .'
POI TAX DCCOPit. In tk. City ol' Knianlioi. Coonw WDodo. : ;., .
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:; Vibrates '
aunt Sob of rtor ids. ,. or ,runs rough J .,'. :
: Motfeo t> hereby glow that ,Bolllwkk.. The MOOMMOOt seat o......... solo .... ,
Lw.'heldal M M.ITMO of City -of HOMO. the Corllflom wood wag !. th.Unknowo. .. 01 r' '
Stood Tu Conttteojto aawb.red Untao Hid Coitlfwoto okonW Sluggish and No Pep?, : :< ;
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i Jtttl lad w third do. oj Jtwo, nsnmid nil n line to taw, ... dead ': :
4. D.. talk has tiled toldorttfboM will teas tkimn M tk* Hot day of Hoy. ..
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\ M my o/tkn, ko nod.fc A. D. IMI.
t ..iN.... fee lax band __ I Doted IMo lath IAN ML
.. wtlkwtr. law6 said 1, Wa.ALEAA.tts 1' .. : '. :
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full.wlss CUrt of Cleats Coort .
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OIHMH4 'M Do*. Comiy ......... Dodo Coooty, Florida I . "
1\ wit, I Omit. ....) *y M. C. S.K..M.Ast. .
i an of KW 16 w am of nrti ..d ( a ... Mar a. .. ... 1..11. D. c.1 Drive it into '
. our garage and have the engine SCIENTIFICALLY

! 1 t- TESTED with SUN MOTOR 'TESTER.
,our new ,and

! The World' Newt Seen Through see for yourself what' is needed to put it in ffsst class op ntlnr. '

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: THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR

f An bsko'ssl'aesl My Nnnptftf condition.. ,.

I Is .1'IwdJu.w4F (MS* Smo Ui.J.hnn J t r

-Edttonofc. Are Ti..., and -- ea. la Daily '

., rnoiniM TocotiWr with site wary "....UM sections ISfake .

''t'I( ".: I..,. the Miamr-MTh.M Chri.ew Wool N'w Sei.nea.papwr. PuIoliolUal foe-the-Hoa S.eier*. Preston B. Bird Motor Co. '


One, Norway Stroot, BOOM. Mnoinclinioiis

Price 111. ,. oe f I. South Krone Are. Phone 18
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I Notice NOTICE It FOR h robs Fllo OP.TAX. tt sign APPLICATION.rn TEED. :that: III".......:

I CLASSIFIED
frr'The[ Churches II Head I.... koldrr Tax M aoaUraM Cortiflml of City numb.radIMI of 11_ ADSBATE '1

datod tka alark Say ot I ..

A. D.* In in lay. .kaa o'lIroo. /list 04.4.kM "madoappllralio reortlfirat rialf !iowrtto*, IoW ill Unej ,kubUibtnt kaKiW'

*, far Uu dead to IMUO tkerXHiIt 84 a tin
.. BAPTIST CHURCH ..DMn auior, Sunday_ ...... M tiU a. m.irMfhlnt ..........* with law field ranUlralaembrwfra
the foAowinc' ......... prv|.-
( ., II a. .. ant TiN, .. ad I situated III ... r--' --
Dado C. Florkutto
lOMEfTIAB- I L JokMWKo, owL my ly. ]
N. Y. P S.
and Jaalor Mint aV ?,Mm. : FOR RENTFOR
.. Sunday Koool It SlU *. w.; rKk . wit your money It Is
Fraror a Iveawayat
ins Wednesday ......
g Mol 41 feet Lot Ro.uMlrwlno
t dig. .t 11 0a.. enl l sI ..; R. Y. P. U" .I.
M I.M trtvn* MT.Ie WO.MUIMt.Mt.u ittlawuv.HRINCETON Lot..., II. 14. Ta.urn R In the city .. Hmmtecd.County 72
Tin Rot C. P. era..n. Homestead Florida.
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.. pMtor Sunoar ...... of 0..... state <* rlorMa. I furnished Broiler for tale ... .. )
\ COl'14>S TV* 1Ie9. Noah' ...._. M I 411 praarhlniit The of .... ,
'4 _M, wrest shod It 10 o. a.,' pnarblsa sleeting U lOa M...m and 7 It p, m. Junior the ..rII oHowmrot'..... blued WM In pnMry the Mme under of Adam J. Ennii near Seaboard bolt bAU; 'rropicai punts, clt

stllaw.end15000.05.i&. f. U. .1 ., 4,M :Mlouni_ ponploa mootln Unknown. U. Ie .. Mid. oortHI.MM i Station. p.mi. rig ,trees and t
Prayer I.. tropical trull laseason.
Wtdnoiday
11 M .. w. ,..,. Survive .< lilt m ; Itsp.a II .hall bo redressed acmnlln U law. 1 j

.WWMM1V tax deed will arms theroon o.he 41k Jungle Grove, 1Wd1a04
: CATHOLIC EPISCOPAL day of June, A. D, 1M1DOOM :FOR RE..n-Re.ld.nre In Florida I 0 road and Plumroat drive

,'SSS dirge folk day ot April. A. D. City: I bedroom fireplace, electrie ------
ratmr or INS SACRED BRAITS IT JOHM-S-S B. Begged ...Bas and 1141
L t...4 trnMO, Hucn .u.dl I Iko JIM. Fourth. ...... Hoooitrad I the Rot K. F B: B LFATHERMAN stoye, running hot and cold iOANSLOANS

T. J. Gcarr pwtor Sudsy wig aUisal Blackford. ........ Holy communion u, Clerk of Circuit Court. ,' water, two bathrooms;, reasonable -
wo k day MOM M 1,10 "'.11,. T M a. n.1 Sunday shod it S,St| own deal.Dad.. County ......icIa.CI..II | rent. Apply Leader-Enter TO BUILD
o"clorkMuoT Inc river at IIFREE Court MODERNIZE!:,
d u::1.0 wooxi UM rind Br N. C. S.TERRETT D. C. prise. \ REPAIR Residential Grove
._. _.. low a. sod I ....,.. tteMorW METHODIST inky .. S. II. U W. IMI.I :I J
and
_... Business Properly .
SHOM* ft Holy bear Tkun.dor FOR RENT-Clean
Won tint Friday of month M I .MrToj. f FLORIDA rlTT-Mn Edith Tamhlrn. NOTICE/ : OP APPLICATION all electric From $30 to $3,000-from II mo. to
MM lint Friday M f So a. m, I r.'ii: sunder shad. 10 a 05.1 prowls.. FOR TAX DEED I I|i furnished apartment Mra Eva S
16 a. sad I too m. rat.Ins. years.No .
16 I pray.
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toMdlrtlo* of Uw Blamed oftw 1:00 .... 'Towd. Junler ......,.. File NON Collins Federal 0
t, ..p.. Nolle k ...... .Ivauj that B.I"...... I! highway, Bisesyne Down. payment-No Red Tape d,
1,10 Montfort MW.tonne
Po Ywns People's I... holder _ton_ of of Homo.' drive at MoBelto
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHURCH Society 1140 Po ... ........ .0.54 Tax M Cortirirato City ntuikarcdI700A (al7U) SMALL MONTHLY PAYMENTS j

FLORIDA CITTRrademy and sixth I I METHODIST CHURCH dated the fifth day nf Da- $200 for 3t mo.-Repay $6.39 mo.
: j FOR SALE i
comber D INT
A ka. ( I lied MidicorUflraM
tM4. salty shad M I its a m. fur In my offleo tnd BM made I Iippllcatton $500 for 38 mo.-Repay (IS.17 mo.
win' itdM M ro>ra of mm oumlntMnrlM ROMESTIAB. R>.. J. J. Rlrkarda.poalof . $1500 for 80
.'.....k. Sunday, shoal at .,4S .. for too short to lose Ihoroonn mo.-Repay (3S90
t II Wodrnoodoy evening41..kw m sprearhloo scam dance with, law Sold _,..... FOR SALE Elvlnr room, bed-
which lutliioo totkxmUli{ of kr.1.MTMMM .. ot II a. m and ,10 p. a. mo.
Ins and .. and remarks M ca..... Junior" ....... at I:10 p. m. 1 HI s...... embracer tko following' doirrlbid pray i| room and kitchen furniture. Alto Ask for FREE
use .......... S r. m TVi ..oll> k. ... ol also p. m. sister La.. at .:,. p. m to orty wilt situated la Dade Coouly Florid.. hen & Pond upright Estimate
I dialtr' Invited.Rains ....... wiMflnr nt t:SO p M V'.dno.day I piano. I Without Obligation
Lot $0. Adam's Adder I. the ('Itr
new I. church fli. hi open 8IL\ ER PALM-Tna JIM. I. E. WalMPMtor of Humeatead, County .i Dad., ..... I William Dunlop Silver Palm LOANS can be secured U Modern
, weer Thursday. etloesuoa ,..... IIOt rdlr. Sunday. ackoul. orory Sunday ai of Flor.... 1 Drive at Naranja) road ( m 18)
...._ ... p ize and Repair
The public 4 e.rd411y invited to 1M Kami Branchial oa third The aaaeeement of MM under LEASED OR
....1.. ... fifth .....4... . property
I stand-w ad w visit u. at II 6 a. sat T M the certificate. defend WM In the name of MORTGAGED Property

May 11 Ltaxiu-strinon plf'I nTOII-"... R.... J. R WallorrrMcklna Unknown. U .1.. Mid ....tiff.mu IDEAL 3-CORNER SITE for hotel, We also have F.H.A. LOANS ;'
"pie: "A 1 Wheat M 14. fax deed will bail* thereon oa Ik*,.4th Homes, payable monthly
Miles day of I..... A. D.. IMI rental house*-on South Krome over 20-25
FLORIDA CTTT: COMMUNITY CBURC Doted tkb' lath day of April A. tk.E. an. (Oversee Highway) and years j {
CHURCH OF CHRIST I .-The ttrr W. 1C. Kuw.il poaior tannmwhuol It... Let us supply your BUILDING i ;

BOllur.AD-h.1 CH..mm. olirio.kir at U a. ...I preaching at 1 10 p. wMldwork B LEATHERkTAN boundary street between Homestead NEEDS Prompt Service i
praytra and Bible' study Wodn>4> Clerk of Circuit Court. I
Flrot areast Md N. W. Fifth :i and Florida City Front
Bible' ...., M I* o. a.| .ww.ualos. Ittlowthlo -,day at 7:04.RRDLAND. Sal.Dade County. ISO ft Krome BROOKER LUMBER: CO. 1 JJ
and vroMMor >t II .. Hi. FrwrHJOMlU 1 I COMMITNITT' CBl'RCB- Clmlt Court on 300 ft on Phone 82 Homestead Fla.
Br N. C. t
f SI Po 05. Wednesday.CHURCH Th. R>.. W. E. Rowtll pMtor. Chun May t. I. 11. II SO. IMI f'IorIda.l Lucy it and ISO ft on S. W. lit
OF GOD ,school M U'l prMchln ., 111 ..,,"k Terrace. Comprises t lots each MISCELLANEOUS
,I It-... at .,.... MUwMk Sweden .M t
OMESTIAV-eM M W. tint; (moot 1 Bible ad., Thurad 01 stnPRESBYTERIAN NOTICE OP .80x150 ft, all connected with
punchy shoo at Ot41 t. ass proBcblx M I III I FOR TAX DEED city water and mains IF You want to sell
a. Hi. and 1:4S p. n| lunlur Y. P. .lfl 1 CHURCH Fllo No. S4III sewer ; your grove, ,
oklUmt Mollnt at f (. Mrorawo. Notion, la hereof given that Bailiwick, I IIn two vacant strategic corners; list It with J. K. Dorn, 214 Halcyon -
...,.. loortlii*. I Po o. Wodnpidor ROMEOTEADKn.05.. ._.. at N. Ittkrtrtot. *,. holder M M.IM! of city of Hoar 7-room house with Arcade: Phone 1
1-2463
modern
The JIo'o. Ooo. H. Rlcki, poster atoad Tax CerllllralM Numbered Ian. j ,
CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE Mlblo, shad at K a.. ..1 sonorities M 11 111(1 4MI 77H. 1M, KMrt and) plumbing and electricity on Have prospects waiting
.0IlaTIAD-1Io .... Robert H a. ant youcoomilo: a answer .. I:M a. m trw: dated the 4k day of Juna A D..ItS8 I northeast Krome
ave lot eait- (
; pm-30)
kaa filed Mid cortlflcatM/ In my o/,
I h lor, and hM nudo application. for dealdsto ern exposure Bargain for caih

NOTICE: OP APPLICATION NOTICE OP APPLICATION I to bout, theroon. In accordant with I Address Box A-132 .Leader- WANTEDWANT
law. amid certificates embrace tee '01. ,
FOR TAX DEED FOR TAX DEED ,
lowing described/ prvptrty strongest 1.1 Enterprise (
i
File I411t 1.\ pm:8)
File I41VI I Dade County Florida to wits \ WANT, first mortga Its 'M Isere on
Notice It horror (Ivon that B IMwkkIM. Notice la hereby liven that lI.m....... Lot 10: block" 4. 'Ewlnia 'Add... 'In Income; ;:
.. "holder u sentence of CUT of Homo. I.... holder M Moieties of City of Home- City of Hmtratrad County of FOR SALE-Oarage apartment on property Florida
stand TM Certificates Numbered SUM stood Tax Certificate numberedI4MI .... 8.... of Florida. .. embraced N. W 14th City. Address J. Carr BD7
.nd Kll stated the ttk day of Juno. I street $1000; 1200 I'
..
dated the Sod day of June. 1--- Certificate No. IK7I. The so.
A. D. 1M7 kit flltd | I4eortlflMtM A. D. IBM: has filed midrtlflcal. of Mid property under tit* MM down, f 13 a month 6% Interest Olympia Bid,.. Miami (mj.16)

In ml offleo' >nd hM made.pplkatim .. In .., office. and hM made ..... .Ward WM I* the Mm of L. O Hall at residence
for Ul d.d to team thrnonIn application for tax deed to blue thereon . .. Berger -to buy a used Neon
accordance wtlk .low 8.Id orrtlflmbraro ..... I. accordance with law Said' oertlflralenbracM Lot 7. ...... Add. No. t In the I Krome axe, atf 10th st (al8-tf) sign; kind must'be .
the followin described prop ... the following described property I City of Ho.. .......... County of Dado any : cheap
arty. situated In pods County Florida, situated In Dado County Florida State of Florida. .. embraced In Ctill. FOR SALE S-acre Persian for cash, state particulars and
10 .a win .... II... 14110 The aoenment of lime
lot price Write to Joseph A.
11. 1' U. FM.I lad A4 IFV and I'd et Mid the Mid certlfl grove S years old now in' full Frgan
,
In the City of HunwutMd. itaI. :; t.:4".I-I Route 1
ofS .r ofj'Jj (, or Tract rote .name of Un Homestead, flu
D.l., Silo of Florid., 01 14 and Klock I. Mlnlflralo no.q. bloom. No buildings, only 2 miles

Certificate. No. luto, The MOIOXMvnt sal Land l.v. C.... ....1". 14. To.n..hlp Lot II. Llmrnlt Add... In the CityIf from bang $2.200 cash- 7UTORJNOVANTEr4: ;
of saw prospects under the Mid If Iou.h. floor. It Eut eon.talnin Homestead. County of Dads. state ) high
ontlMrat'loiuol WM. I. UM anew of. 14 spa more or ..". In the of Florida. M embraced In Certlfl i C-A-S-H. Dq not ask fur terms school and grade school subjects

Unhnown; City of H.-.d. County d Dade. rato Mo 6499. The ea.ment of e.ldpnprrty I Trees need some fertilization, Mrs H. J. Armstrong A B
Lot 10 BloA *. Town of Hoer State 0' florida. under the Md certificate la.aurd .
....d. In the City ..f Homestead The ._m.no of said pny.rtr under wal In the mme "f E. F DendrL i but you will never get more for Plummer drive and Country
County of Dodo. RUM of Florida' M I the .. .....4 WM In the LUnknown ... of ..t I9. Block II. rone do Leon. Club road.
_br.ood In <=-111.... No. 141. The Unless Paid ....'". I. the City of Hnmoteod County of be retreated ..........lIn. to 1 low. tax hard '
movement of Mid property under the: i: .... hall br rrdormrd accordina to I... "..... II',' of florid.. as embraced .will it- Oberon GO the Tic day 0' My.
Mid oortlfkot Weed WM in the | ten deed will IMUO thereon on the 4lk I. Catlfiratt' N. 1791. The _. A. 0. 1941. Park Adds, Plat Book. S. Paw IM.
name of Unknown day of June. A. D. 1041. meat of Mid property under the said Dated this let der of April. A n 1041. located In Dade (*..!'. Htal. nf
Using, Mid oortlTlnitol. .hall bt ro.donwd D.ted this Such day of ApriL A. D.. ....III.{ ... .Word w. In the nome of I E. R. LFATHFRNANClerk FltrWa. a. embraced In Tan,flcata
...o..U.. u .law. tax deed will 1011. Unknown. of Circuit Court No. lu.*. The _.....1 of MM wro*.
(base thereon OIL the 4tk day of Juno, E. R. LEATHERN. Lot 16. Block I. Royal Tarn Add.. I OralDad.. County. Florida arty under the and Certificate ...,...
A. D.. llDaud Clerk of Circuit Court hi the City of H..mratead. County of Circuit Court I I was In the name .* Unknown
this .0'. car of April A. Dado County Florida Dade. Bate of Flr da. .. .... ..... 1 Br N. C. ITrRRITT: Tl C. Unbea' Mid Certificates short he n.
1MI D.,1 1 Circuit Court ool. In Certificate' No. 7VW Tb..rra.e (Apr. 4. II. 1.. II. Mar I. 'IS4HIV armed eeronllnc to law. taa deed. will
E. B LEATHFRMAN: j I By N. C. STFRRrrT D. c. meat of Mid property under the saw -- ..... thereon on thetit. day ..f J"...
Clock. of Clirult Court.Dd. I (Hny I. I. !.. 21 So. I 41.t certificate ...... was, In the seats of THE riRTIIT "O1RT OP THKEIFtKNTH A. I). l IMI,.
Cuuotv. Florida. unknown. lllrlAL I IRCl'IT IS Dated this fttk day of ApriL A lNOTICF. >.
Circuit Com newt.Rs 1 I Lot 11 Block 4. Royal Palm Add.. AND FOR DADE nil'STY. FLORID t 1941.
N. .c..r D. C. fl'J NOTICE/ OP APPLICATION In the City of uneetead. County of IN ( IIANERT E. II. LEATHERMAN.
(May .. 9. 1. S. l 41) I fOR .TAX DEED lade. Rao or Florida. an embraced CITY or HOMES TFAII. a Clerk of (10.011 t'or,

File' No I41IS In Certificate No. B"0t. The averment . municipal corporate of V. NOTION! OP APPLICATION Notice I* hereby given that Bailiwick of Mid, property under the Mid the State hf Morule, .. CArior.r.' c. '''';IIR"","' DaIMay

rOil TAX DEED I r..., holder .. ..1...* of City of Homeatead certtflcau/ heard was In the nome ofVnk.o. piaintirrworrR1 I C'N.1t'
riio Moot Tax CertlflciTlea Numbered .. V II- I. .. IS II. M. 'U'.I
fill,
Notice la brevity given that B.lllwlrkIiw tut and 1711A. dated fill IIh day of Dr. Lot "l. Block 10 tow of II m... : nnxg: BUI.HER*. INC,
.. holds M >...Mtn. of City of Hoar jeember. A. D.. 1U17, hM filed Mid sled. In the City of H,......... a f lor:da corporation *t .I, !: OP AHPI ATIIIN
Mrk -
Ittld Ta. trrllflnto namkor.dUltA J iOf rat. office n .. ; County of Dado lat, of Florida. a.embrace rvf-nd.n1.. FOR TAX OKIU,
dad ,tits fltk day*<( |Do- katlon !tut wIr tan de.bus ap Moscow ap; I In <::00111.0.. / *7Ml. The ORI>rK (llrLA'\: ICATI4IN File 1-
,ember. A. D. 1017. has filed sold In aeeordanM with |IW. Rule certificate aeoeeamont of mid prt pert* under the ]I Tfl IMP MANUFACTIRINO I K tl.. la keretrr Inn that Bill wkkic .
ortiriratr In mr 001"... and hoi modoapplication .mL'." the following described .j Mid certificate leeued Wat la the nomt CO. a C.eimia cor)."ml,,nHlackehcar ., holder M neile-M of City cf II.we.
for taw died li IMUO thcroonhi In Dade County Florida' .propertyaltuated to will of Unknown fierce Count. On.rite, -load Tan tertricate n" m I. r.d
' aetordaftro with law Raid omlflnitowikrarM ,I Let 14 Block. 2, Bards r Addition lnk>a Mid Mrtlfk-alea ....11 I* ... It appMrlny br worn bill of come 1147. dated low fifth day ..f IV.ccmher .
the following deer bod yroorrty In the City of rruinceread County at deemed ......lIn. to law. tai deed will plaint I In the obor entitled Cause That A. D.1Ot7.. h.fill mid
.11....... In Dado County, Fkirldn. lade State of Florida. .. embracedIn .baue thereon on tko 4th day v f Juno THE BLACKSHICAR: HANUFACTI'HIN'I cerUflratu In my office. and hM madoapplication
to rat No. fill. The A. D.. 1911. ('U., a Genre. enrporallon. dt'eriilant. I* far ten deed V, blue lh.reni
UK S. Block. 1? Pormnlr. In the ..Certificate property andvr the = noted this. 11th day III Apr" A. D.. MM.reeuent .t ..M State ot r lurUnand . !.II. ._..* with, .... Relit eirttficnloemhrarea
City of H-w ...... County of Dado, certificate .Wiled ... In Ik* Mm of 194L the address or rceidenr of Mid the 'follow. ....., bed pn...
SUM of FlorIda C. O. k..t_., t R. tFATHCRMAN defendant. .. or.Irularly .. U knmrllto any. .tt.... In Hade County. Fki. ......
Tko .._...n' of Mid .m....., undrrtSo Lot I. Work I. Botbvan) Addition. Clerk of Circuit t'ourt. the pUlnllff brine llleek.hear 1'1 lere* i'o will
ortlfkau Meted was In tho notes of In the City of ..: County of Dad County. r!....... eou.... Cm.nil. and that there U .. Lot I Block f. U.rer bilvblin'.,
Howard R ..... Unless Mid orrt IkMM Dade BUM of Florida. M embraced In Circuit Covrt Real perea* III the II'.'. of .'l_d.. the eer. In the City of H;'meMead. 4. mnly nf
shall borodonnr ocMrdlnl tn law Certificate No. 1914 The atonement I Br H. C. 5TERRET D. C. lee ate eummoM upon wknm would bind' 0... State of .....Id..
tax dead will Ion tawr ana on UM 4th of MM property under the Mid eertlflcau tiller 1. '. 14. 23. 9o. 1101.1 Paid defendant . Ta soees.mont of M d property aster
day of Juno A. D. 141 { Word WM In th* of Un IT U ORDERED: thai'.ah*' Mid aVtend.nt the certificate Wood WM In the came of
Dad tola 1Mb day of April. A. D.. ........ name NOTICE or APPLICATION FOR br Mil It I to. h........ require to Unknown Unless Md ....If..
IMU Lot 14 Block. t. Royal him Ad. TAX; DFFH appear to the bill of complaint filed in rate ahall be redeemed accord ntg t", tow,
'K. 111. LEATHFRMANCkrk dltlou. In the City, of HomeatoedCounty FILl: IIMI this MUM or btfor the tit *l.y of tax deed will beuo theraoai onhe MID
of circuit Court of Dade Stele of Florida Membraced Noting h boner Ivan that BailiwickInn. June A. DO:: IMI, ollxrwbe-Ih* leca.tkma day of J:me A D.:4 '
Dado eou.". Florldo.OrnH rn Cert flcol. N.. I72IA holder M ."'._ of City of Hnmo.MMd of MM bill of mMitwalnt will betaken DaM this of April X. .D*
Girt aVal. The .o..n..et of .* ." Taw eerllflrau Numbered tut' H eonfceaed tbr>"./*.4 defendant It...
by N. C. 'TERlnT. D. C. dor the mid .rtUIr.*!* beJST'wM I. dated the Ilk day of December. A. D. I NTkaa and Th. H.unnlMd) tester EnUrrprw hikerekr E. B. IFATHFRMAN:
(May L 9.4. N 10. 1041.) the ..me of UnaiuwnUabM filed Mid Certificate In my office deeurnated r *. newspaper III Clerk of Clrcu.* (mirl..
I laid oertlflcate .k.". a* redeemed .nd kM made application for In..... which this ardor. .h....ke puhltohed ono Undo Cou." ""r_
NOTICE OP APPLICATION omrdln to law. tax deed will to "brae thenel In Sam_..* with law. a week for -1'.r: weeka 1 Circuit Court ReelBy .
FOR TAX DEED: game iKeMao. oa the 4ih day of Juno.A Raid Certificate emkracoo The f.llowta.A.srth.d DATED this A: D.. N C. STFRRFTT: \ D R
File I4' NNotice D. IMIKate Mrorty .tt.... In Dado 1061. (May I. I. II II. M. 1541.1
I* hereby elves that Bailiwick : thai Mtk day af April, A. D. County Florida" towttLot I I r B. LEATHERMAN
-, koMer M ..._ of CM* of Home '*". I. Mlock S. E....... Addn, I* I . .a Clerk of the ClreuH Court. NOTICE OP APPLICATION Ft Hrkapter
lead Tai VootI,..... aumkere C: B. "LEATRERMAH: the City af Homeateod County of firs R. H RICE. Ir. U It DUO
IIIIA. dated tile Ilk day of D* Clerk of Circuit Court, Dado State of Florida. Deputy Cleo.. I Ifur Ann of IMI
s..be. A ID.. IN?. bee filed "w Circuit Court SeelBy TIle a-s-smo.t of mw propgy made Circuit Court ..ot. FILE A.till _
iwii. mt office. and kM made N C ITTRRETT D. C the Certificate ...... WM M tlul name of IRA O. HAYCOCK NOTICE: IS HEREBY O1VTN that
appawtkm for tot deed to faoM these.- I. Mar S. a, II. ||' |o' IMl.l L w....... VabM Mid. CerturicwM akall 1401 CoM.. Bloc Ch.less Investment Capone holder ot
Ia o.san/.s with law laid. -*"....* Mge.'- Florida .taw end County Tai (_If..... No.
...... the following aWeHVed pea.0.y. ( Mar S. *. ,.. It. K. 19410JOTKMm I7U blued the old day of A_ A. a
._.. Ie Dale Consists, ....... IMI kM, filed. Mme 4n my offle*. and kM
to "p..l.t'ATIO,. made .p.IIo..... for a ..* We to k*
lads t, Mark 1, PwrrMlr' (h. ids met : TAX 1&D' bailed there... RaM CerllfboM eiewrMM
Bun ..d. County of Dodo, BUM ACETYLENE WELDINGBrand I 1SFIH1Rt0Y .th* folUwIn described property to MM
of rterM I NOTICE GIVEN tint County of pode Stated FlorhU, to-wUI
alsokY.a 1 bower M uolOM* ofE Lot f. Block. K. Orann Rldwo
fs'ShSSJsrvZJt.1 Outfit :_looW Prmlun Tu CortlfkMMX / S.d. t ......... Flat. Rc..k 4. raw
New
_..... SMI and Mt. dated Uw4or 0th I Ill I* tile County .uf .Dojta .Suite, of
saM man\ ko nd._ M.a4ln| .e law.m of Aimrt. A: D. IK. ... fib nor.. ,
$ dead win teeoe thousand on tk* An Work Guaranteed .'" OrttfltoMo U mt .fflo>. ... TIoe sa..w.d M New. Properly _
tiq d June. D, 1941. wads '...,....... for ms time m UM MM oaeUfbM*, WM Into eMn of i
Dead this : dwyI. prII. A. D. INt. r." PHONE: MI.a M __ w"b 10.. taw. c- H. M ('.h",. UnleM MM Con".... ek.ll
Bonds. LUTHU.AN. Oil loss, .akra.m 1M following ades ko riJumid toaoedlrut to .law UM ai'o' iriy
C4rh d cite olt Coln.D.dw 1 pup to. summand in Dade Cagey 1'...... l-W therein will be ;.u4;; b the kl**.
.cCINaII :--fir., Fk.wmt SAM'S GARAGE ".> r.wh.- at the Cowrt >oe door M
c-t .aL .... ... Pro.. Adds. Mot. took the flr-t RUmdo In the month of JUOAMb
b. N. e. ITERREIT: D. C. FM* Tl lamed io Door Coo.lSu *kbk b the tnd day of Juno, IM.
May .. 9. !", IS. 1/. mi) '" of Fort*.. M MbrMoo1 In CI D.W this' light do- of April IMI
ALEXANDER
SAM Prep. I UfMkr Ho. MM Tko smama.10 1'1! L a. LKATHERMAM
:;
Midi to .rty ender the Midi Clerk of Carruet (xiort.
For results use Leader.Enterprise Avocado Drive and Old Dixie Highway loiw tmm4 WM In UM a.0. of [ Dado Co nt. nnrMa.

I fClrruft C otlI Seal I By N water t.
Classified Ads "u- It n4 .., Block S. .(Apr. IS. IS. t. I, lf' D. 0.









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Twelve THE HOMESTEAD LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday, May 9, 1941
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METHODISTS Anthem "0 Divine Redeemer". REDISTRICTING be elected by the county; at largeIn I Dade not only loses half of its
Benediction, "Light at Even primaries as well is general present representation on the
tide". election, although the COmlasl commission, but in addition will
(Continued From Page One) "Church attendance on Moth- (Continued From Page One) i er inUit reside in the,district n-1 be told by Miami and Miami
1, membership it the church, and a sea Day: has become an international districted line the early days represents.. Beach who shall hprf5.D.thit
baptismal service for babies will observance," said Mr. Richards when the population of the five All_ of which meant that SoI section on the commission.
be held. Parents who desire to )'ftter'de1.eordIaD7 Invite district was equal, it wit pointed H
have their babies .dedicated to all who have no other church outThe !I
God are requested to have them affiliation In this community to Dade restricting amendment -
present at this service. I join us in honoring motherhood will be submitted to the I Let Us Auto-Sway Your
on this day." voters of the whole state In the ,
Special musical numbers will I .
:
Include: : I I general election of 1MJ, but U Squeaks Away
"What do you call your baseball approved It would not go into effect -
I
Processional "For the Beauty:team?" asked Mrs Brown of the until I'''.'
of the Earth" (Pierpont). i Uttte boy next door. Another bill In the legislature REDLAND SERVICE STATION
Troparlon, "Blest Thy People". "Little Potaten, Ma'am", he re- pined this week provide that "gpasmy kwoa. Prep.
Anthem, "Mother of Mine" I pl ed. j Dade county commissioners shall Flatter Are. Mcwry 8L n_"... Fla '
Soprano solo by Mrs. Lewis "Why,such an odd name?" If.nova SERVICE= PHONE tUS
Brandenburg Well,we're awful hard to skin!" READ THE WANT-ADS



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