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 16, 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: VID00490
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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E'H! LEADER- 'ATERPRISE i( setting II Itedland!Since I






iTol. 29-No. 20 Homestead, Florida, May 16, 19U Price 5 Cent.






House Passes Redistricting Bill;








,: Area Fights to Kill It ip Senate









I Local Carpenters to Plan HOPES PINNED ON GRAHAM




. Home Rule for Projects30'YEAR'OLD TO AVERT SOUTH DADE LOSS




I Appreciation Day Prize of $20 Won I OF A COUNTY COMMISSIONERSharp


At Firs Retail- Merchants'.- FestivalThe I '


UNION CALLING first dip into the "treasure .awarding of the prize ii made at Protests Wired to I'itants. The commission Is under

chest of the Homestead Retail 4 o'clock from the rostrum in Tallahassee by Local I no obligation to comply with the
'Legion Park. I redistricting petition, however
Merchants Association at
ceremonies OrganizationsRE31INDERS
I A parade by the Homestead I, and can vote to leave the district
in Legion Park yesterday 'High School band heralded yesterday' as they are.President.
OPEN MEETING.' afternoon put $20 in the pocket- ': festival and a concert MADE OF;I Edward Soling named

book of Mri. W. R. Anderson of preceded and followed the event CAMPAIGN PROMISES Mr Redd on a committee with. J.

Homestead.The I The Appreciation Day prize,, R. Brooks and Ben Archer to draft
like a Don Quiz prize, may be the chamber' protest. A telegram
Members. Non Members event marked the first ofa I Citizens Indignant OverAct
from five to 50 per cent of the' was tent to the Dade delegation
Invited to Discussion series of Appreclatlgn Day festivals ''treasure In the chest-which this, to Have State-wide in Tallahassee Monday night urging -

.. Here Monday arranged by the merchantsfor week was $50. Next week it will' Vote on County IssueA immediate action to kill the
each Thursday afternoon. The
be augmented further by the contributions -, bill and on Tuesday the follow nig

MOVE TO FORESTALL of the merchant, and sharply worded five-point detailed protest, upon which the

'OUTSIDER* CONTROL GROOVER RITES each week It will grow larger protest Including a reminder that other telegrams were modeled
There will be an open meeting was sent to Reps. Oventreet Holt
each of them had made
I lof the merchant association !Monday campaign I
and Wistheart, andu Sen. Einent
Warning Received Orga- SLATED FOR 330: night at 7,40 Inthe.Tropical promises] ; to do nothing that *ould'R. Graham; .

rnizers to Take Over If 'I Cafe-without benefit of dinner, take away one of South"Docte's "In further reference wire( or

Local Does Not Tins AFTERNOONThe however. All merchants, whether county commissioner districts was Redland District Chamber of Com-
or not they are members of telegraphed Tuesday to Dade merce May 13 protesting enact
the atsocoatlon, are Invited to at-I ment of constitutional amendment
Homestead has a carpenter1 local I representatives and senator in
tend. Continued on Page Three<
of the AFL, and It has been I body of Miss Cora Mae, 1 Tallahassee by the Redland District (
i iI
landing since :It was or-'Groover, who jumped to her death i I Chamber of Commerce.

ggnlzed in 1911, says W F. A.i from the window cf her 14th'II NINE CARLOADS I This action followed .1 published]f fI \WOMEN PILOTS
report that the Dade County redistricting -
Robertson, Its treasurer, who has floor apartment In New York
bill had the
pasted in
been 113. a member continuously since Monday night, arrived in Homestead AQUEDUCT PIPE ;I house of representatives South TREASURE HUNT

yesterday morning I Dade'i hopes of killing the bill
.JMr. Robertson came in to Insert' Funeral services will be con- when It comes to the Senate are
tfc.* following notice: : NOW UNLOADED: RACE SET HEREA
ducted at 3.30 this afternoon in pinned on Sen Ernest R Graham
"There will be
an open meet the Homestead Methodist Church At its meeting Wednesday noon
tag of Carpenter' Local No. 1250 I by the Rev. J. E. Waller, assistedby the Homestead Rotary Club voted
the lawn of E. : Nine carloads of pipe for the
op E. Bailey' home, treasure hunt plane race by
the Rev. J. J. Richards Burial unanimously to add its protest to
Avocado drive and Tennessee will be in Palm Cemetery at Nar- Florida Keys aqueduct were unloaded that of the chamber, and the women pilots, will be plared on

read, Monday evening, May 19, anja. to the storage ikldways of Homestead Retail Merchants Association the program of the 1942 Miami

at 7:30. Mist Bonnie Groover who had the treatment plant in the Sea- i through its officers, expected
air result of the
maneuver as a
"All local carpenters, whetheror I been visiting in New York with board this weel and it li reported to take similar action. All1 I visit to the) Redland District

not they belong to the union, her elder sister since she was here that there will be more protests were telegraphed. due to I Chamber of Commerce meeting

are,i invited to attend. 'for the Easter holidays, returned than twenty can of it arriving the necessity for haste to beat the Monday night of Mrs. Marion
Mr. Robertson laid the 'I
meet.lag's with the body yesterday morning\ within a few dayi. bill's arrival In the senate Bertram, liaaion ofifoer for the
purpose will be to take action The sheds for coating and lining I
On the night of the tragedy Mist The bill proposes an amend- women's contests, and Mrs. Dun
; to place the control of I
the I[Bonnie was out bowling with tome the pipe are Just about ready ment to the state constitution expressly -.IC McRae, delegate from the Miami -
labor situation In
connection with(friends. When she returned to the for installation of the machlner, ordering the Dude County of the Ninety-Min
project about to be started In the apartment the body was in the Gaines Laster, yard superintendent commissioner elected In 1942 to chapter national
ers women pilots' or-
hands of local people. '
morgue. said yesterday.W. redistrict the county along designated .
"We have been warned that if E. Ryder, president of the ganization.The
Mrs. Hassle Groover, mother of lines that would result In chamber voted to
our local does not handle the situ the dead girl laid last night that treatment contracting firm, ar- consolidation of Districts 4 and 9 after committee sponsor
the novelty race a -
,ftitin, organizers" from outside will she has received no official notification rived Tuesday from Kansas City. Into one district and In the bestowal headed by Mn. E. A, FroHch-
be sent Mr. Robertson
here. laid Other arrival were Joe Vale, who
of any notes left by her of a complete district on er recommended such action. The
Other officer of the Homestead who will be timekeeper, and Art Vessele -
daughter, had been employedIn Miami Beach.
Homestead
will to from
pilots fly
earpenten local are: Bra SwiUey, New York ai a model for the truck foreman. It provides also that while commissioners Miami them
draw ticket telling
president; E. E. Bailey, finance past two years. Press report as Actual treating of the pipe will must be resident of a
for and
where to gd a prize return -
secretary; and Rudolph Uattaon, printed In Miami newspaper laid start in about two week, Mr. the district they represent they to the Homestead landing
recording. secretary. Cora Mae left which Laster said.Asked and elected
a note read: shall be nominated by
back to the
field. The first to get
Roland Adam, for the
organizer "Dear I love I If further attempts At
Darragh you so. any the county at large. present will be
airport with her prlie given -
fourth district AFL, will be present still love you. I hate to go out had been made by outsiders to commissioners are nominated by
at the meeting Monday, Mr. I organize the common labor of the districts a silver cup.
this way. Tell mother still Jove the voters of their respective Mn. McRae will tell the Ninety
Robertson IIldr'Mattbewl her and am thinking of her." job, Mr. Laster laid he was unableto in the primaries, and the Niner convention of the Homestead -

Darragh de Lancey, Jr, an attorney lay. ,The lowest wage paid on voting on them by the county at race. The Nlnety-ninen, so
Is Elected and broker, who said he the Job I.'five dollars a day, he large in the general election li
named because when started by
To Townsend CouncilS. and Miss Groover had been said, and more than 93 per cent merely a formality.The the late Amelia Earhart, it had 99
friends and that they had had a of the labor will be local real same amendment would
300
memberhas about mem-
F, \Matthews, president of the (Continued on Page Twelve) denti. lengthen the term of the commissioners ben.

Homestead Townsend Club, was from two years to four

eJected to serve on the advisory yean, beginning with 1944.
China Keeps Finding New Strength CemeteryAssociation
district council at a district con- Commissioner J. D. Redd
yentlon held at the county Pastor laid at the meeting of the cham- To Hold Annual Meeting
For War With Says
Japan
court house in West Palm Beach ber .f commerce Monday night
Sunday.. that the present requirement for The South Dad Cemetery Association -

The next district meeting willie That Japan has found it Impossible -strict Lions Club meeting Tuesday redistricting of a county is that will elect officer at IU

held in Miami in June when to subdue China, but, night it must first be asked by a petition I annual meeting at 4 p. m. tomorrow -

delegate for the national convention rather has provided China with "China li awaking socially and signed by two thirds of the in the cemetery chapel, announces -

to Buffalo will be elected the opportunity to find national economically and ii finding new registered voter of that county W, B. Caves, Sr, secretary -

i.0t.IIeq' who 'attended fromHome.tea power'ai a result of invasion,' lathe strength through establishing cooperative and if a majority of the commission and treasurer of the aisocli-

were: J. D. Wyaong, opinion of the Rev. W. E.: *." said Mr. Rowell. "Al- vote to grant tIM petition, U n.All

treawrcrlof t the local club Mrs.Matthew RoweD, pastor of Florida City and to, the'Japanese found that they the redistricting is done ia such members are requested to

*. Mrs. Wysong and CH Red 1 aim d Community Church, were Sat ai powerful*i Way 1 manner that each district writ Bend the meeting Mr.; Caves

.. who spoke at the Redland Dis (Continued on Pap Twelve) hire an equal number of inhab 1111U .


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e Two THE HOMESTEAD LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday May 16, 1941 ,


!I the system used to clean Former Redland Pupils *
Dixon Awarded proved
Henry
Homestead High School Closes Its 1 I I and sterilize the bathing suits, To Meet Saturday Nigkl
I Princeton Scholarship
I i iI I thai are offered for rent, Mr. McKee -:!
l\lost"Successful Baseball Season
said. ttende/
\ ot
I 'I l A reunion those Who
I Henry Dixon, Redland High I I The pool Is drained and cleaned Redland School between the yearj
School senior has by
won competitive Is
and the water
l Homestead High School ended I control of the ball, throw good I examination I the 1941-42 each Monday dot I WM $nd 1939 will. be:\ held';!*:

f.. Its baseball season with a total ofsix [:curves and hat plenty of speed scholarship offered to the southeastern ; tested daily. ,the Community Hall on. SunAf

wins out of 11 games played i'In his ball. H, also is a good hitter states by Princeton University road., South Miami Saturday evening *'

The victims were Andrew Jackson \ for ht batted .333. I I II (I New Hours for Library at 8 o'clock. 11

Dania, Redland and Fort t Richard Caves reached the peak I It consists of a. $500 gift scholarship Please Reading Public Husbands and wives of theseformer '

LBu rdale. The 1941 baseball I i of his performance as a pitcher In I and a $300 working scholarship. ,I I student-are cordially In.]'
has been the moat successful the Andrew Jack- has '
season game against : It is expected that both Popular approval greetedthe I vited to attend. A't
the local high school haenjoyed s i 1. His hours this l ll
one loon on May batting average i will be renewed for the other change In library i I

In many yean. for the season was .387, and I('yean of his college life. 'l week reports Mrs. J. E Gauzens., NOTICE Of APPIICATIOM 1'f '

One of the things that is credited .1 i he is credited with a total of 8 ,I He has attended both the elementary municipal librarian. ,t t&D,' ;.;

with keeping players on theirtoes runs batted In-which is one department i, I The library Is now each l I NOTICE II HERESY GIVEN. tkeitBailiwick.
I and the high school In I' open : Inc, holder .. njalene ,
dip
Is a data aheet of 32 Item of the game that pays :I Redland where his mother, Mrs.Mary ', week-day afternoon from 2 till 6 I, E........ Dralneii. Tai Certificates
indicating playing ability and efficiency off He"also led with a total of ''o'clock and on Saturday night N.......... SMI and 651,0. dated the Kk (
Furry is a faculty member.
.
day of Aiwuet. A. D. IU has filed
After each game themanal.r. I II 19 baseil'itdvanced by runners I His school average for his senior 'from 7 till e o'clock. I(aid lertirieatee In mi olr. ml hi*,
., Fred Hobart and Q through his hitting. mute application for tax deed to .....
year Is 96, and for his entire thereon In accordant with law Said Cer .
Lowe, got together over the scorebook I Matt ia/Uiro'! efficiency record high school career 93. J. K. Dorn Reports I II lUkatea *fflbra.. the following .....11..*.
sheet that: batif With I I II property' situated I. Dad Counlr. Fl.l, '
and bases
prepared a |as a men on \is I o-wlli-
Sales in This SectionThe Ida (
,
of each also he led with total : Add.., '
told the story player'i very good; a French Infant Dies Lot 24. Free Plat Book 1.
I I
I 1 Pan It. located In D.d. County, ,
in that The|of 7 hlu, 4 bases balls I
performance game. on '
i 1 state of Porlda at embraced In Certlflrate
boys have been much Interested i by pitcher once, made one lacrl-I(I After Brief Illness Samuel Bartlett 20-acre: / No. MIS fh. aneerairnt nf >
II grove on Redland road and Coconut I laid property under the said Certify..
statistics and have fice and'clused
In these con- an error by one : Irate blued WM In the name of ln-
scientiously worked toward thtImprovement i of his hlU. He also led in the I Claudia Evangellne French, 18monthold Palm drive has recently been bo.. .
.
,sold Frank Golembeskl New Lots II and U. 01-k '. ine.1aPk
daughter of Mr. and to of :
of their Individual:!i total number of walks with 8. A4d. Plot Rook .. Pan ls.al '
performance records In the fielding department Don 'Mrs. Arthur French, died at the I I Jersey, reports J. K. Dorn, Miami i ..... I. Dod. C u.tr. State at JFlorid.
I Kendall hospital Wednesday after real estate broker ... a embraced I. Corti''....
Co-captains Richard Caves and: Done led with a fielding average I I No. 6009. The assessment of said prop. '
I a brief illness Another recent deal handled by' under the amid Certlflrnt.
Issued
Fred Fuchs, who shared pitching of 048. He also led in the number I' arty n
: I Dr. J. E. Johnstone will con. Mr. Dorn was the sale of the Win- was in the name of Unknown ,'
of assists with 29 He
duties, showed real ability in this cameIn I' Unleee MM Certificate shall be maWaeed
:1 l duct the funeral services today at chell 20-acre tract on Epmore I II acnirdlna to law tea deed most
third with put-outs, with a total w
department of the lame and gave, of 23Ralph 11 o'clock at the family residence !!I drive near Newton road to M. i it ...... tkereoa on the 4th day of Jan*, '
promise of making far better than A. D. 1811.
Bellinger was first In Burial will be in Palm Cemeteryat t Bashline of Miami tor 5000. 1 Dated this 18tIo day of April A. A,
Their ability as
players. '
average .
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pitchers has been largely responsible put-outs with 112, and Matt Bal- Naranja under direction of I E. B. LEATHERMAN." I

'I laro was second with 84. Turner Funeral Home. Clerk of Circuit CeuiU.
for the fix victories. Theirloss Dade County. Florida' .
by graduation will be keenly Players got on bases 120 ANT ADS'PAV Dy N. C. aTERRETT. OtSi
This made possible tlme"1 INSPECTOR APPROVES POOL I Circuit Court _L .J
lelt. was (May I. S. Is. tl. XI. 1941.)1') :'
84 hits 41 of which .
Matt Ballaro who filled the The state health inspector who I'

catcher's berth throughout the runs, through 22 walks and visited Homestead last week inspected --,

season proved himself a capable'I4 batters being hit by the pitcher, the municipal pool and I i Let Us Auto-Sway Your

player in that position. His work well as through errors 1 1balls. found it In good sanitary condition
: i
showed gradual Improvement by the opponents com-j reports Art McKee, manager !
Squeaks Away
(
throughout the season. of the pool. |
The team's batting average of
The summary of the data sheets 233 and of ..870 The health Inspector also ap-
fielding average I '
for all the games played duringthe are not a true picture of the I REDLAND SERVICE STATION
that D. L. Bowen abll-I good nucleus remains which
season showed ity of the Individual I upon "Spanny "isua Prop. .

had scored 14 runs- more than the team at the end of the season. Fuchs and Ed Tomerlin will be Master Ave. A Mowry SL Homestead Fla,
twice as many as any other play lost through graduation but a
The continued and progressive I 14-HOUR SERVICE PHONE 9143
er. lie got on base 21 times and improvement showed by the boys next year's team can be built. ,

he led in base-stealing with a total and the team as a whole made

ofll He also led, with a total them formidable opponent at the

ft seven, in the number of times close of the season Though slow

the lead-off batter got on safely to start, the team finished with a
Fred Fuchs, D. L. Bowen and creditable record.

Richard Caves were tied for first I Four valuable seniors, James

honors in base hits, with a total Sullivan, Richard Caves. Fred i .
of II each. I

Fred Fuchs, In the pitcher's box, NOTICE OP APPLICATION! ,
FOR TAX DEED
proved his ability by his cool, levelheaded I Kilt Hun t
Notice I. hereby. Ilv.n that Bailiwick ,
alertness,
pitching his !ne.. holder .. ...1.... of City of Home4 -
and his ability to come through in .toad Tat C.nifkate number. j
I7. dated lb. 6th day *1 1k"
the pinches, He may well be given |' comber. A. D., 1121, hai filed rid
) credit for five of the wins i certificate In mr office. and ha made ,
application for tal deed to IMU there,'nIn .
made by the team. He has good I : accordance with law. said eenlflcat' 1 .tr
embrace the fullowlnc described
prop.
NOTICE, Of APPLICATION FUR arty. situated In Dade C.....,.. Florida I
TAX HEEDClllpler (I' to wit:
l74>T-Arla .f IIJJ I sty of NE>4 of NE'. of BWH .... I II
File A.47NMIce thin IK, Township al a.wlh. Ranae S9 I 1 0.1
It hereby Wen that JawnAvere S. I cast. eontalnlnr > acre more or leM.
holder t>f State and County Talrertlfhat I In the City of Homestead. County of I ;t
No S'MI toned the ?th day I Dade" Slate of rlorlilaI : I
of A".uet, A l>. It" has fled. urn In I The assessment of said property
any offlr*. and hae made application for the .."ill,.I. Loud w.. In the n. und"j
a tat deed in be bailed thereon add Thom. J, D. Keene I'.1_ amid 1.
....,,1.... .mb..... the following de.crit t rate shall be redeemed. .....rd... to law .
.ed pr ipcrty In the county .tale of H..rii., to wit: day nf Jun.. A D.. INS
1.01I1..> ( mil! and IoU,. Flat Hook 1. I I.... j
Paw the Count of U..I. E. D LGATHERVAN!
state J711Jr d.. Clerk nf Circuit Court 1 '? i
The aueument of Paid property under Dad County. florid. le
the sold tertlflral* was la the same of Circuit Court 8rl
II.... Elisabeth. E>.... 1 By N: C STFRRFTT. D. C
Unless laid ....ltlr..*, shall k* redeemedaccordint May .. S. 14 tl 10 19411 +
law, the property described
herein '1I'0' "he auld to the hihe.t bidder
,. at the Court Howe door o* the tint Hun- .
01 day In the Month of July ioU, which lathe .
1th day of July. 141:
Dated this ISth day vf May A. D. IMIK. .
Y B LEATHERMAN
Clerk of Circuit Court
I" Florida. .
I Dada CunaHr. ,
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Clrt.lt Court amt '
Se N. C. PTERRETT: D. C. '.
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; Friday,.MAY 16'1941' -: ::. ,: THITJIOMESTEAD-LEADER-ENTERPRISE . .' Paw ThretIJVORTW ..
', .
, MATRON I amendment to'.redistrict county I Municipal Governments. .Resolution No., 1077; i iI the territory which was oe lbs
when there to now on the statutes! "BE IT RESOLVED BY THE I "Another of the said 1st day of 'Apr(. 1ML embraced)
a law providing method of redistricting -,LEGISLATURE OF THE STATE shall comprise the In Commissioners' District No. >
j -OF) EASTERN STARLDffiSSUDDENLY any county tf-the people' Or FLORlDAt |l{only the territory, which as described in Book "F" of the
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there of desire such redistrlctlng I "That the following amendmentto the first day of April Minutes of the County Commissioners -
i "3. Proposed redistricting would Article VIII of the Constitution I|braced In of said County, at page
combine in Districts 4 and 8 more':of the State of Florida relating to!I trill No. 4 and 194 et seq. except the territory
! than-75 per cent of the unincorporated -I I County; and Municipal govern!I I District No.5.a ,embraced the aforesaid Election
? Burial services for; Nellie Wai- area of Dade County, ments, to be numbered Section II Book "F" of the Precincts numbered 24 and 25, and
, Uace Mullins of Florida City who which needs more instead of less:;jot I said Article VIII, be and the I County C&rnmJMlctiari such part of election precinct
; "died from a heart attack Saturday; than well policed and municipally ,i,same la hereby agreed to and shall County, at page 194 et ; number 10 as lies east of the western
,morning, were conducted Tuesday; representation and administration I}[be submitted to the electors of the i I "Another of the said shore of Biscayne Bay
I
- _',lo Palm Cemetery; at Naranja by; administered metropolitan area. State I for ratification or rejectionat sioners' Districts shall I "The County; Commissioners who
,:officers of. Ad Aitra Chapteof "4. The single South Dade agricultural the next general election, to be the territory which was shall be elected In Dade County at
1 the Order of the Eastern St of district would contain I j t held In November, 1942, to-wit: first day of April, 1941. the general election in 1942 shall
whlch: Mrs Mullini was worthy approximately; 3S per cent of all "SECTION II. The County In Commissioners' hold office for the term of two
-\ \, J matron. roads of Dade County and SO percent j Commissioners of Dade County as described in Book ",. years for which they shall have
t .' Ivies. W. B Caves, Sr., a past of all the agricultural wealth I)I who shall be elected I at the general Minutes of the County been elected and their term of office -
1 matron of the chapter, directed of the county; which would be impossible -;: election in 1942 shall, Immediately -' stoners of. said County h,,, shall not be affected by this
.the ceremonies. Others who took 1 for one commissioner to!, after the beginning of their*I. 194 et seq and also all amendment; but thereafter there
f part were: A. R. Livingston worthy -I I look after and represent adequate- terms of office redistrict Dade tory; which was on the shall be in each of the districts established -
I ; patron; Mrs J. W. English, associate -k |I I County into five county commitsionera ,' April, 1941. embraced compel"I by, and In pursuance of,
I matron; Mrs Cussie Joiner "5. You stated during your district to be numbered Precincts numbered 75 \ this amendment a County Commissioner -
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chaplain! ; and Mrs Ceo. W. campaign that you would not do''by the said Commissioners from'elusive, as established who shall reside in his
Turner, Jr. Mrs Livingston I anything to disturb the set-up of'!'one' to five respectively and de-i i aforesaid Resolution No. ; district but who shall be nominated -
, ft Misses Esther and Helen LlvlnI' ,- commissioner districts 4 and S,II|'lineate the boundaries of such districts "Another of the said and elected from the county at
ston and Miss Estelle Turner star and we expect you to live up to I II in such manner as to include (shall comprise the ; large Every County Commissioner -
1 points Seven worthy matrons of your campaign promises" 1 within the respective districts ,was on the 1st day of who shall be elected at the
9 the dikttkl and five grand officers | The following paragraph wasadded territory as follows: {embraced In .. general election In 1944 and thereafter -
& were present. I to the telegram sent to Sen.I "One of the said commissioners' trict No. 3, as described shall hold office for a term of
I.8 Mrs Mullins was born In Sac. I Graham who comes from Pensu-I I:districts shall comprise the ter- "F" of the Minutes of four years. The powers, duties
| nmento Cal. 50 ;years ago. In !I co. big dairy; section of the county: ritory whlrh was on the last day Commissioners of said and compensation of such County
J1920 she married Robert W. Mul- "You pa an agricultural senator of April, 1941, embraced within page 194 et seq, except Commissioners shall be as from
I line in Woodland, Cal, and tn 1924 ({should realize the problem whichwe I Election Precincts numbered 24 tory; embraced in the time to time provided by law"
."J{they moved to Florida City. Dur-I would face If all county; commissioners to 32, inclusive, and also such ''Election Precincts '
." tot their residence in Woodland were elected from the part of ejection precincts num- I to 82, inclusive and 26 'Dr. Leonard ;%. flaskln ,
L Mrs. Mullins served as noble Miami area." j bered 10, 58, 60 and 81 as lie east clusive and except such
.' grand of the Rebekah lodge. I The districting bill as passed!!I of the western shore of Biscayne,, election precincts GLASSESiptri.lui.f
She Is survived by her husband; by the house and now awaiting I Bay, all as established by a )-eao- and 61 as lie east of the I ,tit,.. >hi..d Ire ofolrtni liixInotloM of I I
four sisters, Mrs. Mabel Clark of action by the senate Is as follows: j lution of the County Commissioners shore of Biscayne Bay 141 M. t rim MH Miooi PU.Complttolv .
toglewood, Cal., Mrs. M. C. EhornOf : joint Resolution Proposing I of sold County adopted No- "Another of the said 110. Air CondlUoMdOnxnknl
Sacramento, Mrs E. J. Heffron Amendment to Article VIII of I Ivember'! 14, 1939, designated as sioners Districts shall ..... terms ,
ot San Francisco, and Mrs Dolly the Constitution of the State oof
Stortz of Sacramento; and two Florida Relating to County and :
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brothers W. E Wallace of Carson I
City Nev. and O. S. Wallace of READ THE WANT-ADS
Oakland Cal.
Funeral IIOTI'II: I" APPLICATION vier
services were conducted FOR TAX DEED
in the Florida City Communiy Fll.. S4IOINotk
Church of which she was a mem- U hmhr .l..n hit Billlirlrk.Ine. .
.. holder as arisn.m ot City of Horn
ber, b> the Rev. W. E Rowell. .toad a Cenifients numbered
The pall bearers were: Wm. J.Geronllno. UiM 4 the std day of imr. YS n
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A. D. lots h.t filed 11 Id tarp
Roy Niell, Clyde Niell, certificate In my 0" ..... and hat m.dnppllrilliMl .
Lloyd Deitz Chandler fur ui deed. to taut .h...... Noy
Roy and
In accordance with I.... said certificate
Her.r\ Orooker, Jr. tmbrarM the follnwlni described prop-
situated In Dade County Horldn on
Burnt was conducted under the to sets.. iBIH I
direction of Turner Funeral Home. at awns of SWl, and IS of
or SWt of 8H of *WH or Tract
----- 14 .nd 4% of Tract 16 Hlurk S. Ml
amt Land Dry Co. SoctliMi 111 Town
REDISTRICTINGContinued .kip 67 South K>n.. It but ranUlnlnit -
i 14 .rn> nor or lf .. In the
." City of Homestead, County of D.dIn ..
state of 'Iurlde.
The assessment of Mid property ond.r
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th@ certificate issued. we. the ..m> of
to district Dade County, we cite Unknown. Union Mid otrtlfltnte .I
following grounds: ihnll b. rvdwmvd. oevordlntf to l low
: tan deed. will issue th._. on the Ithdr
"1 Redistricting of a specific of Juno. A. D. l 41D.ud .
count, should be decided by the 1941. this JHh dir of April A. D 11941
I' people of that county and not by E. B. IEATHFRMAN t ,
the ,1 up e of state of Florida-at Clerk Ded.of County Circuit Court rlorMa
large Circuit Court 8mlD .
I ."1.. There is no need to pass an

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MAINTAININGI i
ii consider these plain facts shout ciently by a singly! mur.:

i engines I il this 1941'ltuick Well let you fgurc out what extra

TELEPHONE SERVICE STANDARDS SPFCUL power and extra mileage mean in

i The engine that! rc/Cuhrly/ power this extra fun, extra thrills, extra satisfac

tv Series develops! 115 horsepower and tion.

turns u;? 20.1 miles per gallon ct a Well let you si/o up: too, how nice
I steady 30 miles an hour it Troin it is to travel farther more pleasantly

t Ground economy tests. on ot much 0110% to 15% less gasoline
than former Buicks med.
I But aJJ Compound Carburet ion.t and
As America girds for national defense-, the Southern BellCompany' the same engine in the same model But for the whole picture, just go get
octucl, local delivered prices on aUK:1.T3
develops 125 horsepower and 215
aim is not only to meet the increasing telephone goes .
demands of government and industry, but to continue rendering miles per gallon by exactly the same
tests 1 1There's Youth find that nowhere else can you
high quality service to the individual user.

Despite the necessity for training numerous new employes, more from less gasoline and the buy,tfye same style size the, tttt8 a

and caring for a record increase in telephones and volume it comes. literally, out of thin air aa..td same flower ,the

of calls the service has continued at a high
generally Because the two carburetors in this same comfort at r

standard. exclusive Buick feature handle larger the same low bargain

Telephone men and women are continuing to 'furnish. air volume than can be provided effi Buick figure ;
friendly helpful and technically efficient service.

These trained and experienced workers and their man s tAviilililt M light '"'ra sort on tame Buick SPeCIAL m.lrli, forth e Luslnese
agement are accustomed to working together and to planning Standard on all other Striei.IXIMPIAI Coupe
ahead under conditions .n **
imposed by emergencies.
The workers, while meeting the rapidly expanding defense ffj **Kvfr,4tt Moll, AM.

telephone requirements, are caring for the needs of' RJ"t B. f ,t&IIUtil'fJJti'III1I""ip", II"" IItUlllri" .t'II" at,

the individual user in every way they can under existing _ frimn{tfwtftaliini fw6-
conditions. The telephone organization is doing its best to Of OtNfSAl MOTOtJ YAW Jtrf tt ftonff v/illmt Httnt

tee that during these times of national emergency you continue

to derive the greatest possible advantages from your
use of the sen ice. PRESTON B. BIRD MOTOR CO.

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THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE 1 yjLOE&JDA. HlgHfeLSHl'' ffj Er'rm 4.CHARM'SPOT I LIBRARY FACTS' 1

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rt>lM 4 PrlJ.r. it Hni-v.l flfc, ,
ky the urtl bade Publishing I.'mwnrrutorwl .
II .wed (>... will .tw. AND FANCIES *
M.rrh 11, 112. it the po.t f's at CREATED !
H..wMMd. KlMirvk "..... order the art of i
By MRS J. E.
I. 1I7, r fROM PAPA MW PLAHTJ97ONC GAUZEYS,1, "

,C l WPNERY S/NKEN 6ARDENS YnTYYn' "
BEN ARCHER Prnldrnt and Ejltor ..
:rSRSRUR6. -w waw6 d//rh' LIBRARY HOURS
MARJORIE: LEACH ARCHEa.\\ ,'txorfc sfarfur
SMffcrat som patms.
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rlUBSCRIFTIOV
T..r GAPDFA7At106,9MI'LLEd9S tMieaAHO II to t p.m. Dally Except Sunday

RATES COUMMSS OTVfG FlOU BW6"UlTllWT" I '7' to 9 Saturday; Nights if.

(. Dodo Co.ntr ILM.OwMi '. rPLNNJr SPLLNOtsX y LRMOsG 0voGF
Out of 220
of Dad County- ILK| is owdr FIORI V3 Nu/NAB.e replies as to why\
they purchased Jan Val tin'. "OuTof
I 0" 151ST
CORSrQV7r4zoPcm4, the Night", 88 person bought
\ Buy at Wholesale? wr 1II it because of the condensation In'

I .. the 'Readers Digest"; 40 because
Conducting a symposium on) of two article In Life: 32 because
I Buy at Wholesale" In Its May h- a jot publicity and advertisement;; tti
I f sue the Rotarian magazine lead i because of book reviews: 12 be.(
off with the following:
of
cause recommendations ot!
"Getting goods it price retailers friends; five because of articles la'',

pay appeals to many consumers P. M?; and five for miscellaneous *.
in the United States and presumably reasons. '<':4' :
It Is true elsewhere as mot'
well. The National Retail Furniture [ How often does a reader stop'

Association! has estimated t to wonder just how much effort *
I that 19 per cent ot American furniture r and time has been required to .

purchases are through prix I produce a book of fiction that
)Hedge buying a dealer loss'
gives him only a few hours of en.
f amounting to 150 million dollars tertainment? J
,
a year In the case of "Delilah, a book
] "Bu>'Ing at wholesale character- A. of 496 pages Marcus GoodricH

j ktitully Is done (1)) through spent 14 years of study and appWcation ;!:
I friendship! with someone having But his efforts were note

i wholesale privileges, ((2)) by com.o In vain. He has produced ,i story

\ puny buying for employees and that, according to the author filled '
? t' (3) by firms, allegedly wholesale.granting . him with awe and enlhuslasmupon
} y
'courtesy cards'. e I F it1 1 R its completion. However".,\
Among those writing In the symposium this is the general reaction when
.' Is a gasoline and oil re- ..r a person lies accomplished some:\
f t
t taller of Magnolia Ark., Mjurlce a WWI thing worth while by giving of the'*
F. Bird to whose argument several beat within himself '*
Homestead service station \
opera- k Much of the action of Delilah1:,
> tOIl have Mid, "Amen!" Sites
I was from actual experience, sine*,
be: '
sy' ? 1a Mr. Goodrich enlisted in the nave(
"From, the figures I have seen when the first World War wu

about one-fifth of the tires and '
other accessories we handle are .._..??............__......... ,H.wH.H on" and emradofii Not trusUn
to sending any part of our armed wholesome neighborhood which I
sold at wholesale to retail users 'Chas ing to memory, he made notes
force to Europe while 69 per cent [ no supervised recreational canter -
Thut a big chunk of business to ; [I during his service which later fir
I think we should send part of our 'I he Is likely to form the someviews -
lone air force and 67 per cent believe which the youngsters in the,I'I ted Into the scheme of his novel*,

"In the oil-and-gus line only a ;i COMMENT i we should send some of our warships ,neighborhood hold. Groups of undisciplined :perfectly; .s t
little less than 3 per cent is sold at In the meanwhile a poll and unprincipled boys,"' Delilah"! was a destroyer of the'
"/ wholesale Wehave bulk prices By AGNEW WELSH I shows that the Presidents I popularity who herd such neighborhoods Influence -''U. S. battle fleet whose, funk,

for large users who can take a .....................................................".."HM?.. : Is at the highest peak It has thousands of normal[ Lion In existence was to carry ,

quantity at one time and I even I Editor1 Note Mr W.bhtonrnvntt -.lest... 'yet reached. ;youngsters who might otherwise,I:blasting destruction at high speed

pay retail price for my own gasoline I to !I.en..iFMnwnt his 'CMnamta or tt.*fart wtotlwrthffF **** ] * have been restrained from becoming , to islands of men, and her Intended '
at the pumps The only I with kit ""I."'... Address __...t.I !I|' While the supply of crude oil Is t delinquent. It organizations', I destiny at the opposite '
thing J get wholesale are specials cilloM to Agnew W.bh. S4I N. &. estimated to last us a half-century, can adequately control the out-of- pole from that of the male bee.'

from my own stock I Definition Pillow, a soft scientists are looking about for a school activities of children in questionable was to die in this act of Imprei-,

"Retail prices cover only cost of 'yielding bag of rubber filled with substitute Italy Is finding one In districts, they will effec- noting her enemy with death. &
goods In our town plus the cost air but most usually of fabric a combination of acetylene gas and tively retard the development of: Mr Goodrich has made "DeUoOJah"

of bundling including the retailers filled with goose down and which ammonia which should make a potent youthful offenders, the heroine of the story so
own living Every time you I you can pound, punch Jab, thrust, combination. One of the One of the principal nasonlwhy completely that the lives and sea
buy something wholesale. you are shove and otherwise manhandleuntil heavy by-products of our southern our rural districts and small I lions of the men are secondary)
taking something away from the It brings your head Into sugar mills Is molasses which offers cities provide approximately half i'This Is very fitting because 'tha

man who serves you. I proper position to. woo. sleep great possibilities for making as large a per capita delinquencyrate materials that went Into the makIng ; .

"When you buy a tire for instance e | alcohol as a motor fuel as do large cities is that children of her complete being were j

at retail you get it put on.i Some of you will be obliged to i"I e living In such communities more curious and varied than

If it goes sour you get an Immediate get along with the old bus next l i Note from Mr Tootleberry: "My have no means of finding whole those that went to compose her .
adjustment. If you buy It I year as manufacturers will curtail ',ol' wommern sed other day that soma recreation. 'creator Man-for Man, himself,'

wholesale you pay to have It put !' production million cars and gittin married was a good deal like If small cities and villages are formed part of her bowels, heart
on or else you put It on yourself I as to 1943 models-well, that too the ol' sayln' about thalr bein' unable to provide recreational facilities and nerve centers' *

If it needs attention-you know'far away to consider :' more pleasure In anticipatin' than the county or state government I: After all, man Is necessary for

r. the rest!" |Iin realizat Mebbe so, mom sei should supply them. Since| the operation of machinery but
i' Dr. Gallup's survey reveals some, I. but alnt it a good deal like them rural teachers serve only'eight o ; his strength In comparison is negr -
paradoxes. He states that 79 percent sports writers say about prizefights nine months out of a year at salaries ,ligible to, a huge goddess of the
The Place of Music in they of the people are opposed : often the preliminary air ranging from forty to eighty sea that ', . gives 'the Impressionof !
better'n th' main bout" dollars a month many of them being a mass of almost terrible

;b, Schools I insist that their children have and I' would be delighted to supervise p power wrapped in a thin and fragile -

I By JOHN: C. FERRY I|1 take opportunities which lead to'i A telegrapnic news story says recreational centers.. The National:, From blue-gray skin".
participation In these amateur or a child actress, aged six will Playground Association Boy the foregoing quotation
Music holds an ner-lncrell.1 ganisations of the home churchand "earn" $37900 during the next Scouts, Girl Scouts, Y. M C. A from the book one gets an Idea
Ingly Important place In schools community They therefore year. I move to strike out"earn" I Y. W. C. A,, etC., could undoubtedly jot i the excellent style In which

because: ask that their children be broughtinto and insert "will be paid"No be called upon to furnish:i this novel U written. The 19I

First, the educators know that I]I contact Ith the kinds of music ( child and few adults can earn correspondence courses to teachers award of the Friends of Amerl- t

music affords an opportunity, for which are used In these community that much in a year, She lives i who are employed by local school,' can Writers, of Chicago, amounting -
real I aesthetic experience and rrganizatlcns- sacred, in Martins Ferry Ohio. boards to supervise their recrea to $1.000, has been given to

helps develop an awareness of symphonic martial pastoral devotional --...--..........--........-I tional facilities Marcus Goodrich for this piece of
values Each community has the work. The award is to 'promote
They recognize more and and popular-not all ofwhich power
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more the Importance of emotional by Children in Court I|to levy taxes to care for the recrea- high standards and ideals In
experience and guidance for the I them elJYJdJcntered: I (tional problems of its youth. Therefore | American writing', "Delilah" is t
By Judge Malcolm Batfleld the autht is first "
chlld.elpt'clally during adoles- no city could ask a court to novel."AmbalaRdr
cence. They know that music Is I Third "UiiT'Tudents themselves -.....-......-...........'".-..--.--,,1 shift the burden of Its delinquent;
,notice that the members of thmusic et I I II Diary"i
a sign of culture and that Is a I DELINQUENCY: PROBLEM {I children to some other district. Dodds
department
t factor in the growth and are receiving I |edited by William E Dodd JrJ
of the race. They development observe',a vu'uable! Hind of educational 11) Despite an annual appropriation I Robert a shy young fellow.!!and Martha Dodd "Up at IIVilla" !
experience. Partly because of t of thousands of dollars to 'I, Somerset 4
that It lends itself most readily to'' various plucked up enough courage to ask by Maugham
the theory of active participation)qualities which have been em-[character training groups, one city Margy to go to the theater Both!:"Blood Sweat and Tears" by Winston -,
Iphaslzed I II I '
because Its very nature is activity I and developed In music H could not understand why more Robert and Margy enjoyed; the Churchill, "In This Our Ute:
Most study these young people acquire and more of its children became evening she doing the talking between by' Ellen Glasgow, and "The Re.
Important of all. edu- I
I caters contend that music helps i characteristic of !leadership that delinquent each year. An invest I-1,'' the acts and he acquiescing! demption of Democracy" by Hers
i tend to gain for them enviable gallon revealed that such in til she man Rauschnlng of the
develop habits of good citizenshipSecond I groupsfrequently 'I said. They had Juatreachd are some
;positions among their fellow students do 1
not reach the children Margy's home when the;new books -recently acquired
the parents demand who need the
training meet i rain came down with the promise
that their children have advantages ' The students observe that thedevelop y Possibly the greatest single factorcontributing of a steady all-night downpour !;i The.rain was now coming down;
which they were denied.I self-confidence, poise, to such a failure Is Margy's mother
11 i practical woman i itt sheets Suddenly out from the
t The parents see community bands I+qualities of leadership, qualities- that directors of character trainingdo 11 she was Insisted that Robert stay storm. Robert came bounding
orchestras, and choruses springing|of fellowship the ability to cooperate not think In terms of community i there
; I overnight, taking the upstairs i through the gate and up the steps
up .ll over the United States I In'
power of self-evaluation life as a whole, but rather concentrate spare bedroom. So much He was soaking wet. Under his
evef-Increasing numbers The iI |caw before the public, and the: on Only one phase of the settled, she sent Margy upstairsto ;arm he carried a bundle. "For
I members ">t them organisation.;lability to find contentment or release -i iI. problem.! Such groups' should coordinate -! prepare the room and retired.heaven's lake Robert," exclaimed

-'i thoroughly enjoy themselves j jwhCe in the study of music. I and fuse their work Into to her own room. When Marry,the girl!, "where In the world have
:,.. spending many leisure I With the support of the educators one unified program which vv Ml came down to tell Robert that the you been?" Robert was still

:'I t+, hours. These are not the peoplesee :, parents tend students music cover all phases of delinquency!room was ready for him the young breathing hard from running but
; loafing on the streets or getting I Is gaining an evermoreimportant -I, prevention. 11111 man bad disappeared She opened'i'managed to answer with a gruk

Into some kind of trouble, position In the up-to-date [ It Is a recognized fact that If a I I the door to see If he might be on'"Been home for my pajamas he

Parent observe these things and,.school normal child, i*, placed in aa un- the porch. No.I,be .wasn't there i. 'replied.-Heavy Stuff.
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Friday May 16. 1941 THE HOMESTEAD LEADER-ENTERPRISE Page Five

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nut Grove are slowly; recovering

: from severe cases of pneumonia.Ed .

In and Ground Hepner left Thursday for I Redland Rattler I

his summer home In Monterey, W.

Va. I DORA SCOTT aDd ILA JEAN 1RWIX Editors 1 I

Homestead Alton Whitehead left lor Miami I ,___.. u __ ___ __ .. __ ,_ .,,____ u_ __ ___ ___.___
,Wednesday. 1'
Coach Awards Letters ,cess and netted approximately
Mrs. Blanche Chapman was $50 for the Junior class. The cast
To School's
Athletes
brought home Tuesday from the was entertained by the room
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Lumpkin I Monday to spend a few weeks In Kendall hospitalMra. I mother. Mrs. Bashor with a

returned their home in Macon I| Fort Pierce. I The 8th grade girl were In 1 dance at her home after the play.

after a week's visit with Mrs.Lumpkin's Harry Dealer was In Key,I charge of the assembly program The senior
\ play, "ReadymadeFamily"
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Colburn re- West from
mother Mrs. M P. turned from a visit with Mrs. Col- o Sunday till Tuesday I$J last Friday. Devotional were led I will be presented Wed
with Mr. Defiler who ia
Wollnm. Mr. and Mrt. Lumpkin employed :
burn's parent in Swalnsboro, Ga. there. I j i by Melba Collins,' Merle Mizell 'nesdayevening, May 21, in our
visited Capt. and Mr. Billy Dunnin auditoriUm.Pan.
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Miami Tuesday.Miss They also visited relatives in Fort gave a la.lk ono heer-leadin, A.
Pierce on their way back. Mrs. S. S. Shields. Is .pendln'l W Hunt a4j JuemenUry pupil I
this week visiting her \merlcan ClubGics
Louie Long Fitzpatrick un- Mr. and Mn. Roger Treet are daughter-in-law Mr. sang, and Dot'othq4 Turner, anoth- !
and Mra.
derwent sn operation for acute j announcing the birth of a four- Stuart Shields In Miami. 1 er, member of dae-rcf the lower Hamburger Fry
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appendicitis in the James Archer pound fourteen-ounce daughter In j j I I grades, gave a 'U '''dance. The

Smith Hospital Monday night. I I the James Archer Smith Hospital [ Little Rodney Rohrcr Infant son program was turriedi fever to Coach | The Pan-American Club of Red-

'on May 8. I'||of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Rohrer Snyder who annowtWd the win.flerj land sponsored a hamburger fry

Mrs. C. R. O'dcndorf] it entertaining underwent a mastoid operation at :. of a few ofJftit Athletic tour- :I Thursday night in the Homestead

her son-in-law and daughter Mrs J. Tom; Vnn is visiting Ii I|the Kendall hospital Monday even- '' ftamonts. Thry "iVe at follow: municipal park. Platen were 25

Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Charbatof i her ion-in-lw and daughter I\Ir.1 I Ii Il In,. It Is expected that he will I I I horseshoes, Ed Sage and Philip ,cents each and plenot entertainment -

Cleveland and their two sons, I i and Airs Wayne Adams, In Pom-I be brought back home this week. >i'Reams; shuffleboard: Ed Sage and i was provided Everyone
Bobby and Tom who arrived Sunday I pano. :'! Philip Reams; andbaseball 12Ul reported a good time and the
." for a two-week visit. I I I Mr. and Mrs. Vernle O. Rohrer'of grade. I I Pan-American Club made some
I Mac Rhodes of Homestead arrived Miami
Mrs. Bessie Saul was taken to by plane Tuesday from Venezuela Florida Cjty.were Sunday guests In'I After this Conch Snyder award profit

the James Archer Smith Hospital I where he has been for the I I' ed the large school' letters to the I'I' NOTICE \rrlll'\TIII' F.IK

. Sunday for treatment. I past week. Mr. and Mrs. Rhodes' H. E. Obonschnln left Thursday boys and gills who have don i T'\ >mKilo >

I [[are living in the McMichael: house 1: for his home In Roanoke, Va. I I I outstanding work In nth'.etici: NotLr 10 h.nby irn(iilint. : ,that' I '"'' .0.
Miss Jacqueline Lee arrived N. W. First street I II | Those receiving letters were: . h..Ur a. a...,n,. I-" k' t lit
from Stanford University Ion Mrs. S. T. Robinson Charles Walter Rud >ralm.. Tn I'.rliflc.liml.,.,.i? .1 I '11.!
yesterday I I ..........,............m..MO........'......."""""* 1 1I law'e I Ito Sweeting, doled the Illl 1. ,.f AM....i A 1 . -
to spend several weeks with I Harold Dcitz, moved ky Vernon Jackson Ballard Lewis hu flM uM :.,fib i ula, In m, .'II"\ railas
her father and mother Col. and FLORIDA CITY : the J. C. Cohernour cottageon Buddy Lindgren Leonard mail application for N l"' dm) In
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o ' th.M.n oil aaa .nlNll.. Mlth' 'to..
Mrs Alva Lee In Redland. I I By .Mrs. W. W. Severr Twelfth ttreet. I Greer Allan Kirk, Billy Camp 1:ifrtlflt'al. rrubmIII..: f..l,lnine J.errled *
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.- bell, A. T. Davis Jack Hilton pr.g'rty..ituated In l>..,, ,' rnl .
Mrs-Alo:
Mr. and Abbnndan- rlorMii. to win
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Mrs. Howard Johnson la
staying Mrs. H. F. Potter left Thurs- Karl Greer Robert Munn Adolph |I Lou 10 and 11. ....d.. Adds Plat
with her mother, Mrs. Minnie Austin for her dolo I and family left Saturday forNew Lewis Price Dixon 1 hook 4, !'... Iso Inralrd in' Dal
day summer home In Lopez, Henry ,
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who li ill at her home in Miami I' North Haven Conn. (York. I I Jack Marshall and Ulrlc Vihlen !'[ Olinty.. .._Blair....n' f of Hnrldath. said ,prsi'orty '',drr
the sold ..."111..,. Issued In the nan
;tt Mr. and Mrs. R. L Jenkins and The cheer leaders received their rnkn..wn. llnlrw' Mid Hat..rllll,'ate ,hall
Mrs. 3. R. Byrum is suffering Fred Parlln Thursday for family who spent the winter here'' letters at the first of the )'ear. I lie r.il...rmd, arrordlnt. ... law tao dad
his northern home in West will issue thrrvon on the Mot d., of
from a foot infection caused by her Charleston Vt. left Saturday for Pikeville Tenn. II'O. A. n. 1D4IPawl ..
JUNIOR PLAT BIG SUCCESS thla Ilih day of N.y. A. D mil
stepping on a nail Monday to:. H I.EATHKHMAN.
I I Edward Billing attended a lunch- NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR I The junior class presented Ita Clerk of Irrult :...urt.Pad .
Mr. and Mrs. Curtis E. Lee had TAX DEED I County FlirHa.Clmft .
eon meeting of the Miami Board of
Comet seal
play Young April", Friday evening -
as guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs. J. FU 14149 N. C. STKRRKTT. 1>. C
By
( I Realtors and the Miami Chamberof
NoUN{ la hereby firm thai May I. It was a great suc .,. .
I*. McCaskill of Miami. Commerce Monday in the Columbus Ina., koMr at aaahnw of City of H'I (Mar is so. Jan 4 is. it4i i
stood Ta
'" < Ortlflcat mmartwd
Mel and M-: It.: C. .Robertson Hotel Mrs. Stiling spent Pled the' 4U,' say of tune A. l>.
o kaa flkd aaM eertfee4. ny fl.. and
the day visiting at the home of :
returned yesterday from a two by anal. .MN.NY ... deed t. I
week visit with relatives in Cov- Mr. and Mrs. Robert Flynn. I-". In accordance with law.rrlhtd .
Have few Used Beds.
Said certificate .wbt.rw the 5011.wlna I a
: ingtoh, Ga. Mrs. Ray Gooding at the Ken- nconrty. altuaud In Dad County.
,
Florida 4* wit
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Doyle and dall hospital suffering from pneu- Lot 16. slash .. McClure Manor, In I
the City of H_. County IlIade.
< "? daughter Betsy, Ann left Mon monia. state of Florid.. I Single and Double

day for their home In Staten Island -,I Mist Helen Lehman of Miami the T'mid, a.awmest""""'t.Of bawd mid was prperty I. the under name

N. Y., after a winter" at their and Clayton C. Lehman of Homestead Unknown. Untooa total nrtnmto ahall
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lie redeemed ,
accordion to law ui stood ,
home on West Coconut Palm were dinner guests Sundayof will luu. thmon on the Uth day of ,,
drive. Jim.. A. D. 1041DaUd Smith-Graves Furniture Co.
Mr. and Mrs.
Edward Stiling. this lath day of Mar. A. n 1941 ,
I E. H LEATHERMAN.
Mrs. Florence Alley, who under- Word has been received by Clerk of Circuit r urt. Phone 2IS-J Homctscacl
Dadt County Florida.
went in the
a major operation
friends that Mrs. M. Silverman and Circuit Court Baal
a Jamet Archer Smith Hospital last grand-daughter, Gloria, of Coco- By N. C. BTERRKTT D C

f In Tavernier Sunday.Airs. I NOTRE OF APPIlrATlOX: FOR I I -- --
TAX IIFFII
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't. Clyde Parker and Infant' Notice la hrrrby Ellen hut nn11fe,1'k., '
daughter, Peggy Gail who was Inc. holder .. .......* of City of H"..." PONTIAC PRICES
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eland Tau r rtiri l numlxmt 1H6U7 and
born last week in the James Archer l"7n>. dated th> ltd day of June A. n BEGIN ATN
Smith Hospital will be returned 190, h.. rued Mid rrrilflr.lr. In my office MZJYV.SA0VZfI7RnLVEIiONT.
and Kai mail! appllraTUm fur a tux i
to their home Sunday. dm to Inn ., In rrordiiux withlaw. I' / ANY NONL
Raid certlficaLm emb aa the follon'.

Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Under- County Inc ,"ribed.property.tttated to wit, In D.dal

wood and son Tom and Miss Lot 19. Hlnrk 1. Freed Addition No I.
In the City 01 Hum..t..d. County 01 1d.. ,
Ethel Anderson of left
Naranja. State of Florida, ai embraced In Cvrtlfl- '
-- rat. No. HMD The awwmrnt of laid
CALL FOR ADS :property under the laid ernlflrau laaurdwaa
In the name of UnknownLot I
Seated bids Tor the repair of' .. Block I. Frrad Addition No. II.
In the City' of Homntrad. County of Dadi.
the roof of the clubhouse of the gut of Florida aa embraced; In Ctrtlfl.caw .
Woman's Club of Homestead will No. 107115. The nuwmrnt of said 1ro
property under the laid certificate Issued
be received up to 2 o'clock May 20, wai In the nam of Unknown
1941 at which time all bids re-: 'Unlna aaid rarllllratM hall h* .... '
domed accordln to law tai dad will\
celved will be opened In the club- Issue thereon" on the 17th day of June. '
house and read aloud. A. D. 1 4IDated
this lath day of Mar. A. D. 1941.
MRS. J. F. HAMMETT, I E. R. LEATHFRMAN. I

.M. Secretary of Building and Clerk Cad of County Circuit, four \., FOR THE DELUXE "TORPEDO" SIX

_ Maintenance Committee. Circuit Court oVal C.I I ,
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Barbara Jean Smith- garden .... and recommend needed change to
Homestead Girl Scouts Are Awarded !flower finder, silver attendance : REDLAND F. F. A. .1 the chapter.

I second class scout. Various committee reports were
Court of HonorA
100 Badges at Local
and announcement
I Betty Slillman-garden flower I Our regular meeting Was held'heard, an was
made that members who art qual-
finder gold attendance star. i I in the chapter room at 8 p. m.!

hundred badges of 24 varieties needlewoman homemaker 1"lm-1 Margaret Barnes campcraft,{Monday, May 12, with the following I ified for advancement should tender to Future their
were presented to Girl Scout mer, junior lifesaver pioneer gold attendance star. members present: H. A. Aman, Farmer degree
Troop I) of Homestead In Legion pathfinder, garden flower finder Ann Shackleford campcraft I Jr., Philip Reams Ballard Lewll'l|applications to the executive com-

Hall at the largest court of awards My Troop book finder,I silver attendance star. I George WIngate, J. L. KIn,, Jr.l, mittee for. consideration as soon
ever to be held In Homestead. gold attendance star silver attendance Anne Rheney needlewoman,'Diehard Prothero, Eugene Ingram, as possible.I
I I had been
Parents friends and members of star and second class I silver attendance star. Lynn Gowdy, and Leonard Dent. no program prepared -
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Troop 38 of Redland were. present badge. I Vara Rheney-second class(Other members who came in late I I adjourned by the program after the committee business
as (Ut'll. Other badges were awarded as scout. | were: Robert Munn Rex Seats, ,"we
The hall was decorated with follows: Katherine Kelly-needewoman I Charles Behrens, Jr., Donald I IGrafe session, at 920.

vases of cut flowers arranged by Patty Robinson-My Troop pioneer I I Other members of the troop I' Bruce Bitting, Walter Rut- NOTICI or APPLICATION FOR
I TAX DEED
troop members. swimmer pathfinder, garden : present were: Joy Peters Connie zke and Adolph Lopez. ,I Flit KMT
Colors were presented by Ardel Cower: finder book finder 'Campbell and Betty and Ruth By-{ The meeting was featured by I Notice h hereby given that Halllwfek.
Parman Patty Robinson, Betty land animal finder, silver attend a discussion of the district F. F. A. Inc. holder Tar as Certificate xlint of numbered City of Home.etead 28411.,
Catlin and Mary Catherine Suber. ance star and second class scout. rum.Other guests present were: Mrs. tournament In Fort Lauderdale, dated the ash in of June. A, U. IN:7has ,
Ardel Parman played a piano so I Ardel Parman,- needlewoman Fred Suber, Mrs. A. D. Smith land: the. state convention to beheld I I filed mid MM application eertlflcaW for In a mjr tar.U..Mod... andhu Ule.ua

lo. homemaker, swimmer, Junior lifesaver Mrs. J. B. Hardy, Mrs. Emily T.[ In Gainesville in June. Del, thereon In accordance with l.w.
Mrs Frank L. Skill captain of 'I pioneer, book finder, garden Webber, Mrs F D. Mock, Mrs. I egates elected to attend the state t' gild certificate property embrace situated Ue In Dads following County deeerfhed -,

the troop for ten years and Mrs. flower finder, silver attendance Frank W. Stillman, Mrs. W. E. convention were H. A. Aman, Jr.,I HorkU. to wit

Russell Home lieutenant, were star second class scout. Rheney, Mr*. Carl F. Robinson land Philip Reams. I I Lot A.. In Bin the..Cite T.t"i>.f,'.H.niuVedaleAddition. ....._ presented with gardenia corsages : Betty GaUyiiH musician, cycle, Mrs. T. C. Shackleford, Mrs. Ceo I The matter of revising our constitution County .f Dade. State of Florid. .
from the girls receiving the '' book finder flower Wakefield Mrs. Frank Robin- : The assessment of said property under
garden pioneer, garden N. to the extent that our officer I the said eertlMrate issued was In the nameI'nkm.wn
flower finder badge and Mrs. finder, silver attendance star, son Mrs Ceo. M. Frlck Mrs. J. election each year will coincide : Unleea said certificate shell
Skill was presented with a large second class'scout. Lawrence Scott, Mrs. J D. Barnes with the new closing date I I be will redeemed issue thereon.. according on to the Uw 17th, U day* deed ofJune.
bouquet from the troop. Betty Bailey-needlewoman, pioneer Mrs. B. E. Catlin Mrs. Wm. J. Hof, the Future Farmer year was: A. D. 1941..
Mary Catherine Suber receiveda homemaker! housekeeper, Geronimo, Mrs. W. R. Bird, Mrs. jdllcussed. and a committee com! Dated this lath E. day B LEATHERMAN.if May A, D. 1141.
gift for having: tt-f best note. foot traveler, laundress, and sec Ivan Moser Mrs. J G. Wynn, posed of Donald Grafe Charles'I Clerk of Circuit Cmirt.Dad .
book last year ond class scout. Miss Louanne Brown. Miss Nella :rBehrens and H. A. Aman was ap. Circuit Court Brat I County; Florida.
Mrs Skill exhibited the troop's I Mary Catherine Suber-needle. Sauls, Miss Geraldine Reitz and pointed to make a study of this By N. C. STERRETT. D. C.
I I Omar IS. 21. to June .. II. l.tl..1 I ITurner's
achievement chart which shows woman, bibliophile, garden flower Miss Selma Mendelson.

what each girl Is doing in scout- finder, homemaker swimmer Members ofJ1e\ Redland Girl' Melba Collins Sallie Lou Bryant, 1

Ing. The chart method originatedIn gold attendance star, second class Scout troop who attended were: ,Charlotte Murray, Sarah Vihlen, Home
Funeral
Homestead she said. Barbara |scout. Miss Myrtle Kerfoot leader, Mrs.' ,Evelyn Gosgman, Rosemary Burk,
Jean Horne had the most stars on I Suzanne Brown-garden flower Albert Campbell and Mrs. H. L,,I Kathleen Campbell and Marion SI-IIR AMBULANCE SERVICE I

the chart, and Barbara Miller I finder, campcraft, book finder Gossman, lieutenants, Joy Lee,,",Gossman. I Lady Attendant
ranked second.Special gold attendance star second class I _
stars had been given to 1 scout I NOTICI OP TAX APPLICATION DEKD FOR I WANT ADS PAY I Phone S64-R Homestead, Fla.

Patty Robinson troop treasurer; Wilda Balls-bibliophile, garden File 14171Nolle --r
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Ardel Parman, historian; Mary I flower finder, needlewoman, h hereby liven that RalllwlrkIne. .,
holder a> aa.i.i nee of City of Hum
Catherine Suber, scribe; and Va- {gold attendance star, second class dead Ta> Certificate, numbered SODS
ra Rhrney recent speaker at a scout. dated the alb day of December.. A. D. 1917 i
hit filed laid certificate In my office. one 1
P T A meeting i I Barbara Home-campcraft, garden has mad application for a Ul need tiIPMIW ', .,-,..- -"v ) - -
Mont the awards made thereon In accordance with law
ol were flower finder, silver attendance
Said certificate embrace the following de
by Mrs Skill, and the others by star, second class scout. I scribed property attuned In Dade County Newftr
those who had assisted In the Catherine Shackleford-gold attendance Florida. to will
Lot II. Block I. Kread' Addn. No I.fn .
troop's work: Mrs C. J. Parman, star garden flower finder the City of Hiimeatcad, County; 'of
Mrs E. H. Gallaher. Mrs Frank campcraft second class scout Dado. Slate of Florhla.
I The assessment of said property and
Haiuman and Mrs. Home. Ruth Rutland-scholarship, sec the Hid certificate leaned wu In the n.mUnknown. .
Dora Scott received the highest ond class scout, campcraft. U.I_ mid certificate aha I
be redeemed according lo low tax H. B. DAVIS "ZANZLAC"QUICK
award, the first class badge. She I Barbara Wakefield-campcraft, will/ issue thereon D.h.. 17th day d1

.; received also a play director silver attendance star, second June.Dated A.this D. lath 1MI.day of May A. D IMI DRYING ENAMELS work
badge and a sliver attendance star class scout. E. H LEATHERMAN.
r+ award. Joylene Mock garden flower Clerk Dade of(Circuit;0".17.IDld.Court.. magic . and at tmall cost I
; Barbara Miller received 13 I finder, silver attendance star, sec Circuit Court Real for
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> I By N C. TEmtETT D. C. You will be surprised what you can accomplish M
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!Seniors to Give Class I II. II. S. Wins Contest

Night Program 1la2\, In Parliamentary LawBy

; Homestead High-Lights II I'
I The seniors are moving along wUm-uss.-\s 1

rapidly toward the final eventIgraduation. i The Future Farmer enjoyed a '
: i'
,I their commencement announcements annual tub-district cont<<'!lu.
MIMORSENIORI Fred Hobart Elected SENIORS AHEAD and the and I !
caps gown are I Although Edison won the dl.I .- ,
Student Council Head

I' BANQUET TO BE !I I IN TOURNAMENT I I expected Claw night soon.Is to be held Monday :{I'up.mondball After game the game, we ,were we had runner-par- ;
I
Fred
Hobart was elected presi- { May 26. We have a very unusual .jllamentary I procedure In which
dent and Carl Alexander vice- I !
\ type of program for the i Homestead won. Immediately after -
AT LIONS DENBy president of the Homestead Stu- By DOROTHY SVLUVAV I I event which we hope will be interesting 1 lunch the public speaking contest -
dent Council In the run-oft elec-
to our audience. It Is
The senior class defeated the : | was held and a reprenrnUUvefrom
tion held
Thursday. a play with l a nautical citing de- Fort Lauderdale first
freshman class In the final won
EVELYN SYKES ,I In the preliminary voting Carl game { pictlng the seniors on e voyage place. The Redland boys von the
34-26 to win the annual W. D. .
The junior class Is very busy Alexander received 103 votes; Lott memorial Interclass double- over the Sea of Knowledge with I II I' br... band contest.
t making plans for the junior-senior Fred Hobart, 61; Kathleen Freeman elimination basketball tourna I I the Port of Graduation ai their i| After the meeting we went to :
banquet which will be held May SI; James Nesbitt, 29; and ment. 'goal. Committees have been ap- ... a lunch room to have supper. Everyone I
|23 at the Lion Den. Ralph Delllnger 11. I pointed for the class history will, !I had a swell time and we
I James Sullivan provided the land and believe that I
On the committee In charge of I prophecy we I len want to thank Mr. Wakefleld ;
necessary spark for the seniors class night will be most Inte ..tI -
(invitation are Mildred Batts Rose String Ensemble PlaysIn I for making it possible for u* to go
to win by scoring IS: points. Fler-
"Billelo, and Paul Rue. I Assembly ProgramBy |,Ing. __ I on this trip. ;
jnoy Lett for the freshmen, was
Those In charge of getting the'I I I We have changed the meeting .
I .
| a constant thorn I In the flesh toI Marlow Jacohsin Wins .
I orchestra are'these music-minded JIELB.V.'S night from Wednesday tu Tuesday -
VUNKLE I his
opponents and he scored 18
[boy and girls: Edna Forte Kath- i{ Friday morning assembly was I points. Camera Club Contest'' The meetings are weekly.

leen Freeman, Annette Campbell, held with Annabelle I I
Peters havIng The first round the 11th grade EVELYN'SYKES NOTU: or APP( ICATIONFOR
Marjorie Connor, Charles Steffani charge of the devotional.Kathleen I By TAX DKKItFlto ;
I defeated the 10th grade, 43-36.
The member of the Camera INot&
and Forrest Bell. I4'*l
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Freeman was In chargeof i The seniors defeated the 9th grade Club who had taken action pictures .. .U hrMnr *tir* that ...iII....... .
Rita Dent Wava Horton Geneva .
the program which was one of Ine. kolOrt > a-tersea of I'lu "I H.WW.
Vann, Carl Fred ricks, Barney the most Interesting we have had 129-23. for the past few week, Stead T.a Cmiflotl. miinlx. r4IJ14A. ...
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In the second round the seniors judged them at their last meeting dmrd 1ha Woo die f
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[ Godwin, Lewis Baker and Harry this year. The Redlund String prmWr, A. P. It7 till 11I".1 I KM*
Bowen will decorate the Den. In Ensemble took on the 11th grade and de- I i They were judged as follow: .."'ii..'. In my ..rfir, mil KM. mmtt
gave several classical .. .,
.p.II..n fr t dooood l > luu. 'Iherw-
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I keeping with national defense note selections. Mrs. Sam Davis Introduced it. 22-1A first place, Mallow Jacobsen for I. aernni-n... with Istold, ,,'''n.....
[ the color scheme will be red the In the third round the 9th grade a picture of a boy high jumping: i .n'......M ,.... followhm, dr.. .it-. .1 tm fttlualtd .
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members of the en- . ...
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I white and blue. semble. Different Instruments in defeated the sophomores, 53-17 second place, Charles Stcffanl for, to wit :
Since food I I. the most Iln order for the 9th grade to play a picture of a football team in action |: IA" 4. R"'k 1 1 Parsers,,, .. 10..
important the ensemble are first violins, a i City .r "..01......... Caunl, ..I P.hI.
part of the banquet, the whole bass violin, cello, a flute, and a again, it had to defeat the 11th ; third place, Forrest Bell for .'. ,.f HuniUtlw ' .
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i class wishes to have word grade, and it did by a score of a picture of boys playing basketball Tho .n. 4 "M' pr--4-111 ""
a to say clarinet. ....''h'.l. taunt .>. In Ih. ...nn of
about the menu, but since theycouldn't Roy Nelson gave a selection on I 37-30. Hoard K. ,Ijttntt UnlM ..0.1 ,lift&cat.hall
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agree, a committee was the violin, accompanied by Mrs. Coming against the seniors once tax deed will b T1M.4din.I..,.. eh-m. "" .1.h. law 41b
appointed which consists of: GracIe Elder at the piano. more, the freshmen had to win wain 32. day of Jlln.. A n.. 1041.hatwl .
Torclse, Evelyn Sykes Mary Mr. Casco gave two selectionson In order to keep In the running. I During basketball season, Dick IPII 'hi. 1"111 day of April \ U.

Louise Pierce, Charles Robertsonand the cello. I This they did by a score of 28-24.''Bamwell fiom Miami took some'pictures t. II LKATHI-KM4S: .
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Ralph Dellinger. I. In the final game between the of the boys when they 1',1. .....11""II 'I, ,kla.It .

For those who do not dance entertainment Mills Ray. I| two. the seniors took over the sit- were r' lying a game. These pu- I'li"", .."" ..'.."S, STF.RItI'I I I' .
will be provided by Mrs. uation and' went on to win. The tures were given to Mr. Dieter and I] ,May Jt W "I'
Moser's pupils have enJoyed _
bingo. Those In charge are: Ther- 'senior class will be engraved on he has them framed and put In' -- -r
era Redd, Helen Norman, Melba working puzzles on rainy I the W D. Lett memorial trophy. his office. lie had a picture of'.'
days. They have also enjoyednew
Van Winkle Bruce,Scott and Bar- readers i The high point men for thetournament the co-captains Ralph Dellingor;' j flit
books.
andllbrary I
ney Godwin.To were: Flcrnoy Lett, and James Sullivan enlarged and I' 1Gi 1I I IIi
The pupils in Mr*. Bird' room
make the evening complete, are enjoying carving pictures. i,71 points, Billy Forte. 39; Ralph he also had this picture put in''
soft drinks will be served by the The pupils In Mrs soap Wynn's room,Dellinger, 33; and Arnold Mcll- the office. I

refreshment committee, composed are studying safety and are makIng I
of: Doris Thompson, Mabel Ruth -
safety posters In art. In the
Pope, Elmer Martin and David
quiz
program a pupil was asked Ii
Roberts. , "What did Menendez do to the J
French settlers''
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United JCMOR complete States AIda In HIGH the 7th ConnorTo study grade NEWSBy of geography the- All SUBMIT,those"He BILLS having masqueraded BY bins MY or them.It accounts "- I M MI

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each pupil Is being assigned against the Redland District I 1 w III[
different portions, such as: Chamber of Commerce are hereby 1 U1 ,
the different Industries, Inhabi- notified that all outstanding bills 1 1
tants and their likes and dislikes, and accounts must be presentedIn
the states and the capitals and writing not later than May 18,
1941 otherwise they will not be
the different odd and beautiful
scenery to be found within the given serious consideration.EDW. II II
boundaries of this country. STILING President.T. .
Since the 7th grade math book I E. KIRBY, Treasurer.
Is completed, the students are reviewing (Apr. 18, 23: May 2, 9. 16, 1941) 1.1 A record
how to make change. The
dollar are home-made, 1

tured Behrens by the Then math the manufac-I Cash & Carry Cleaners 1 never before

silver money so that they MKS. ALMA BEARING,
tend they are making change in I Prep.SUITS .
their own department stores. '

The exam are close already for - 49c approached !
the speakers of Junior High. Next I I II
week Mr. Blackburn Is giving oral
DRESSES 49c
speech exams.ELEMENTARY. I I,

NEW I HATS - 50c

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. Miss Jackson and pupils welcome SHIRTS lOe
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a new pupil from Texas. Commercial flat, Ib. 4n
*W1Cben the 29,000,000th Ford rolled ,is already in I
William Earl Burton. Family finish, flit, Ib. 80 country production on li8ht-

Mrs. Thurman Is offering a I 1 Family finish, wearing recently from the assembly line, an allweight airplane engine castings. Work 1
for the who reads the
prize pupil apparel lb.. ZOO time record for the seui right now under
most books In her room. She I It'I industry was wy on g new 1

also reading aloud to them the"Life 17 W. Howry 81 Homestead 29,000,000 units built by the same man-yft 18,000,000 plant for mass production 1

of Edward McDowell", Old Enterprise Bldg.) agement and all bearing one name-a Jc big bomber assemblies. Orders have I
Mrs. Carter Is for
substituting name that has become one of the bestbeen filled for military vehicles of several' 1

known trade-marks in the world! types, including army reconnaissance 1

for Delicious Home CookingYou'll I It' is significant that this achievement cars, staff cars and bomb service trucks. 1

comes at a time when our country is In the midst of this activity for National I

like Tropical Cafe for I I making a mighty effort to re-arm sw iftly. Defense, building the 29 millionth Ford 1 a

its tasty food, its pleasant at- \ For to further that effort, to help speed car is simply one part of the day's work. 1

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Tropical Cafe: Plant and every ounce of our experience. Dealers are enjoying their greatest gales 1

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I MISS SUSIE BATTS WEDS PAUL TENTON- JUNIOR! CLUB DINNERTO MRS. HANNAH ASHER IS GUEST ARTIST
I BE AT WITTKOP HOME: I
AT HOME OF MR. AND MRS. T. E. KIRBY :I The May dinner meeting of the I I AT MEETING OF MONDAY MUSIC CLUB

Junior Wohan's Club of Homestead I

Mist Susie BatU of Miami who Present beside those mentioned will be held at the homeof Mr. Hannah Asher of the University sharp minor by Chopin; and'
formerly resided In Homestead, were: Mr. and Mr. Hubert Davis,I I Mn. Stanley Wlttkop Monday of Miami school of music,"Llebeitraum1 in E major by
and Paul Tenton of Miami wen I Mr. and Mri. Roy Morgan Mri. night at 8 o'clock. Those who was guest artist of the Monday Liszt
married in Hbnrvrttead Tuesday Hendly and Mr. Corley, all of Miami -:,' can not attend are asked to notify Music Club this week at its meet-i Mn. J. D. Redd, retiring president -
evening at 9 o'clock In the home of and Mri. Kirby, Miss Wild one of the hostesses, Mn. E. ing at the home of Mn. C. Hagler); was presented with a set
Mr. and Mri T. E. Kirby, broth Batts and Howard Kirby. I I' A. Buchanan Mn. Geo. H. Fitzpatrick Rice. Mrs. Rice, Mn. Frank Haus-' of doorbell chimes from the club. r
er-in-law and sister of the bride. The bride, a native of Georgia or Mrs. Wittkop, by Friday man and Miss Bertha Nil Haus-, Mr. E. *'. Collier, president, announced -
The marriage service was conducted ,I I. a daughter of .Mrs. C. T. Bow night. man were hostesses, the following appointments -
by Dr. J. E. Johnston, I man of Damascus. She attended I ......._... Mn. Asher spoke on the per-I I, : program committee. Mn.
pastor of the First Baptist Churchof high school here and Southern The CalendarMay lods of great music and played aI I S. L. West, Mr. J. R. Rutland and
Homestead, who used the double ;; Business School In Miami, and .. selection from each period Her. Mrt. Lee H. Lehman; publicity
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ring ceremony.Mrs. i! has lived In 'Miami about four I, ;; :;; ; selections Included: prelude I In E I chairman, Mrs Frank Webb: federation -
W, W. Corley of Miami i yean. 16- S. play in flat minor and prelude and fugue I [secretary, Mrs. Howard
and J. P. Hcridly of Miami a I I The bridegroom came to Miami 1 Neva King Cooper auditorium in C minor by Bach; second movement I Johnson; Stephen Foster Memorial -
brother-in-law of the bride, were 1 about two years ago from Ocala I May 16-Meeting of Ad Astra from the sonata, "Pathet-l chairman., Mrs. H. K. Foulk;
the attendants ,.I He Is connected with a meat mar Chapter of O. E. S. ique" by Bathneu; prelude In E flower chairman, Mrs. J. W. Eng
The bride wore a light blue redingote ket. May 18-Meeting of Homestead minor by Mendelasolm"Rhapsody" ; lish: junior music counselors, Mn
ensemble with white accessories I I They are making their home at I Home Demonstration Club In F. I in B minor by Brahms, I!Geo. N. Wakefield and Mrs Bevo
and a corsage of pink rose 1634 S. W. Fifth street, Miami. i F A. clubhouse. I etude in E major and etude In CMn. ,Webb.
buds.Wedding ': Mrs. Corley gave a miscellaneous i'i May 19 'Dinner meeting of
cake was served with shower for the brlda Monday i Junior Woman's Club at home of
REDLAND P. T. A. OFFICERS INSTALLED
punch after the ceremony. afternoon. i Mrs. Stanley Wlttkop'at 8. I I
I May 19 Meeting of Garden AT DINNER MEETING HELD IN CAFETERIA

SEVEN LOCAL POETS READ THEIR VERSES I!Club at home of Mrs Henry ,
I FOR WOMAN'S: CLUB POETRY PROGRAM :Ruegg. I Herman Heinlein was Installed |president; Miss Jewell Turner recording :
May 19-Meeting of HomesteadB. president of the RedlandP. ..ecr.taryfr.; .. D. E. ".''1
.. I P. W. C. T. A at a chicken supper Wed I Bashor, treasurer; and Miss Julia ;'s
At the poetry week program of I I I Announcement was made that May 20-Meeting of W. S. C. S. nesday evening in the school caf- Sullivan, corresponding secretary. '
the Woman's Club of Homestead I,I the club will hold its annual coy circles. eteria by Mn. Walter H Beck- Other special guests included: ',
held In the clubhouse '1'uesda"j j ered: dish luncheon at an all-day May 21RHS. senior play. ham of Miami, first vicepresident Mrs. Fred Hoses president of the J
seven Redland District poets and i meeting next Tuesday, May 20, May 21-Meeting of HomesteadP. of the Florida Federation of I county council,; Miss Alice Kahl, I
three. poet visitors read verses I when a business mooing will be T. A. at 3p.m. Parent-Teacher Associations former resident who Is In ,the'
they had written. I held In the morning and club- May 22-Meeting of Dorcas Class George Cooper acted a* masterof county superintendent's office; ,
The program, arranged by the I I i howe grounds beautification will at home of Mrs Julia Polk) ceremonies. and Clarence Gray I Mrs. Kahl; Chas G. Turner, chalet I
club's poet-laureate, Mn. L L. be carried on In the afternoon. May University Club tea for 1 made the speech of welcome. The man of the county school board; j
Bow, was presented by Mr. O. W. I Announcement was made alto senior girls of Homestead and Red- Rev. Harley Core gave the Invo- and D. E. Bashot' chairman of I
5 Calkins. Mra. H. K. Foulk, president of the program which Mn Ruby land high schools. cation. the RedlandTschool trustees.
gave the address of welcome I',Showers Baker, music chairmanof I May 23-HHS. Junior-senior Pupil from the elementary
I 1 and Mrs. Whitney Beam the county federation, will present banquet. school presented a short musical MRS. E. E. CROWSON GIVES
: played a piano solo "Claire de : la the clubhouse on May 27, May 24-Poppy Day program. DINNER AND CARD PARTY
: }S' tune" by Debussey, as the opening ;'I when guest artists of the Greater May 28-H H.S. class night An educational moving picturewas Mn. Emmett E. Crowson of I
Miami area will play. May 26 Meeting of Jennie Lob- shown with the
number of the program. new equipment Florida City entertained the members i
1 The local poets and the poems |I I Mn. Orin E. Smith and Mrs. dell Circle at home of Mrs. A. M. purchased by the P. T. A. of West Way Club of theWoman'
, they read were as follows: Adrian Jacobs, hostesses, served Logan. Judge Beckham gave a short Benefit Association of
I. I \ 1(assorted sandwiches, cookies and May 28-Pot..uck supper meeting I talk. Miami at dinner at her home y"-
< Mn. W. K. Haas. "Pale Lilies"!'
minted limeade.In .
of Club at home
I University J I Officers installed were: Mn.pre.ident terday.
, :\ "When Year It Done'1, "Fame", addition to those already of Mn. Geo. L. Polk. Helnleln, ; Mn. W. H. Bridge and bunco were played
i a and "Washing on the Line"; Mra.I .!named, the following club members June Business meeting of Turner, lint vice-president; Mn. after dinner. About forty attended. .
I Mary Xerrell Dickinson "For an and guests were present: Junior Woman't Club of Home Carl F Robinson, second vice- .
f' Adoles lt": "Novice" and "Love-1 Mrs. W. K. Haas, Mn. J. D. stead. I
N liness"; Mrs Mary Catherine j 1 kins, Mrs. J. D. Wysonf, prr-I June Meeting of Legion r.
Pickard, "The Changing Sea", I T. McElroy, Mrs. W. F. Beam. Auxiliary in Legion hall.
"Where Does the Wind Go?" and Albert Campbell Mrt. J. F. Ham- June Meeting of Rsdland r
"What Is a Poem"; :Mrs. T. D. mett Mrs. M. L. Dawklnt of Neighborhood Circle with Mrs L.
Piche, "The Quickening Seed" and Thom svllle, Ga. Mrs. A. Cude. 'H. Klopp.
f "Anticlimax": Mrs. Herman Heln- Mrs. Joel J. Robinson, Mrs. Grace I r
., ; lean, "Our Mother". "God Is the McLellan Smith Mrs P. J. Franklin MR. AND :MRS. BEVO WEBB Y
Answer", "The Very Best", "Res- Mrt W. R. Anderson Mrs. I ENTERTAIN BRIDGE CLUB
, toration" and "Adequate': Mrs. J B. E. Gatlin, Mn. Herbert Katz Mr*. L. B. Sommers of Miami
k t' \ E. Gauzens. "AI"'a)'. Mother's Mrs. I. P. McLean, Mra. Irene]I.and Frank Webb were high score
r Babies", "Freedom" and "Fairy- Shnnklln and Mist Grace Butter-! prize winners of the Thursday I DIXIE DRUGJACK
'r Iiind": Mn. R. E. Anderson, "LoveSpan" field. Night Bridge Club party last week
"Tabby Cat". "Design for j POLKIlsmestead HOWARD JOHNSON
l' when 1>1r. and Mn. Bevo Webb
Getting", "Growing Pains", | Mrt. Roy Wfttenwyler entertained -I,entertained at their home on Fla. Phone SO and 9101
! "Tomboy Bobble", "Real Happi-i t at luncheon Wednesday at Kings Highway. I Well show you how to stretch that family budget-Just join I VI
; ness" and "Hn Letters, Then and'' her home Mn. Ray Schneider,I during our Rexall Drug Store Family I Budget Sale. See how
Now". Mn. Russell Mamma and Mist Eunice much more you can get for your dollar of things you need. Our
Mri. Agnes I. Eason of HID lea h > Grady,.county home demon-, For results use Leader. advice is to be her early with your list.
read a group of sU poems and I stration agent. Enterprise Classified Ad

I presented librarian:'fr, ,with. Gauzens an autographed municipal I THE WST JIM; Ot t>tFENf:*
, copy of her book of poems.
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Mn. Alan Connett, a former The first line of defense in your home ta the
resident of Homestead who now defense against Infection! . with Firatald /,
r lives near Coconut Grove, and her Emergency needs. They are produced and
guest, Mrs. E. M. Lawrence ofj I packaged under the finest conditions-many
Rock port. Me., also read original are double tier Hi ted. Stock your medicine ?-with to
verses. ) cheat F"taK I
After two tongs by Mn. Foulk.
"Coming Home" (Wllleby) and I l .a : EMERGENCY SUPPLI I ;
"Life's Paradise1 (Brown), Mrs. 4
Calkin read the concluding num- i Graduate with "M. X' SOLD ONLY AT THE ,.-u DRUG STORE "!
bee of the poetry program, a poem an M aa a Mot
entitled "I Lived There Once" by
Mrt. Bow GraduaJt.with a "Matter of Beauty" degree by BElMONT PEN and PENCIL SET
t Graham McElroy, Redland High comtngvere before that Important Day. Get a .
School student, read his essay on Thermtau with A beautiful set at an amasbiflf -
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Friday, Mav 16, 1941 THE HOMESTEAD LEADER-ENTERPRISE Pace Nine


iMRS R. F. BLACKFORD IS HONOR GUEST I CLASS Gins IIIMBIRGEK
II fiT FOR HUSBANDS ,
I AT FRIDAY LUNCHEON, SATURDAY TEAl j I Members of tho Gleaners Cars: i

r -- I I of the First Baptist Church of '
Social EventsHOMESTEAD ::1 i'I
Homestead I
entertained their husbands -
Two parties were given in honor Gifts were sent by Mrs. J. Jul ,'I
I of Mri R. F Blackford who ian Mrs. C. P. Jackson, and Miss at a hamburger try May 8 :
Mary Jackson. I Iin I the municipal park II
: left Wednesday to visit relative I
The other party (Irtr... Black- :i I Mrs. Gordon Ivy and Miss Mar "
in Seattle and other Western cities ford was a tea given Saturday afternoon 1;i tha Horton were prize winners In
WOMAN'S CLUB GIVES PARTY after a week In Atlanta where by Mrs. Mary Dillard contests, played during the even
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FOR SENIORS OF LOCAL HIGH SCHOOLS ,' Cap\ Blackford ii serving asa Net-tles'I ; : ;ing.
chaplain at Camp Gordon. 1 Mrs W. W. Allan, social chairman -
-- j I The first party was a luncheon 'Easter lilies. An arrangement of I was assisted by Mn J. C.
Members of the graduating classes -f Present besides those mentionedwere given by the Woman's Auxiliary and white larkspur formed a 'Davis, Mn. James Roberts Mrs.D. .

of Homestead and Redland I : Mrs Ruth L. Scott and Mrs.,I,1of St. John'i Episcopal Church at centerpiece on the tea table. : R. Synder, and Mrs. W. B.

high schools were given a dance T. J. Bleier, Homestead senior the home of Mn. Ralph Kinsman.Mr Guests composed brief versesin ,Caves, Jr.Present. :
and bunco party May 8 in the sponsors, Mn. Alma Shetzline Kmgman and Mrs. W. K.llnai tribute to Mrs Blackford, and I were: Mr. and Mrs. A.
Miss Katherine Orfanades Miss I were the hostesses. Miss Mary Jackson was awarded ,L. Lanier Mr. and Mrs. L K.
Redland District Chamber of Virginia Kinner, Miss Betty Jane The honor guest was given a a prize for writing the cleverestone. :Bishop Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Claude
Commerce building by the Wom- Meybem, Miss Frances Lamb, surprise shower of handkerchief Mn. Frank Hausman played 'Chewing, Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Buisey \
an's Club of Homestead.The Miss Betty Brown, Miss Louise The othen present were: Mn. several piano selections. [ Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Craft
committee in charge of the Dearlng Miss Betty Hadley Miss W. J. Clark, Mn. George N.Wakefield. Mn. Blackford was presented Mr. and Mrs. Earl Craver, Mr. '.
arrangements Mrs. W. E Rheney, Dora Scott. Miss Colleen McVicker Mrs. Howard Schaff. with a golnf-away gift and Mrs. Harry M. Brown, Jr, Mr.
Mrs. H. B. Beattie and Mn. Her- Miss Carol Lee, Miss Jonnie Mra. Frank Hausman, Mrs. Wm.B. The guests were: Mn Ruth L and Mrs. Ivey Mr. and Mn. Davis, 1
bert Katz, was assisted by Mrs. L. Andrews, Miss Mary Lois Dur- Smythe, Mrs. J. Fennell Mn. Scott, Mn. Henry Brooker, Jr.,I Mr. and Mrs. Allan, Mr. and Mrs.
H. K. Foulk, club president, Mrs. rett, Miss Marjorie Lewis, Miss C. Singleton M.... Henry White, Mrs. Jack Polk, Mrs J. E. Gau- Snyder, Mr. land Mrs Roberts",
James McCready, Mn. O. W. Cal- June Vrana, Miss Elizabeth Craft, Mn. A. Johnson, Mn. J. A. Hooki zens, Mn Clark, Mrs. Wakefield. Mrs. M. A. Murphy. Mrs. Henry
kins and Mrs. Herman Heinlein. I Miss Marie Rogers, Miss Lily Mae Mrs. Virginia Walton, Mrs. Edw. Mrs Hausman, Miss Bertha NU1 Olsen Mrs. M. L. Dorklns of

The building was decorated in Campbell, Miss Sophie Borgardt.. Stiling, Mn. Roman, Miss Grace Hausman, Miss Grace Butterfield, Thomasville, Ga.. Mn. Caves, Miss
green and white the Homestead :James E. Tomerlin. Sheridan Miller Butterfield and Miss Virginia Miss Dorothy Phillips of Toronto, Anne Lee, Miss Horton and Earl
colors, and orange and black the J. T. Godwin, Fred Fuchs, Haas. ,Canada, and Miss Jackson. Lee.
Redland colors. Corsages and Charles Connor, Joe Byrum, El- I
boutonnieres were provided for 'bert Dolar, James Sullivan El-: I The Rrdland Woman's Society
,
HEARCONVENTION The house decorated
B.P.W.C. TO
the young guests. !,dred Gilmer, Elbert West, Lester, ners. was of Christian Service met Wednesday -
: REPORTS with and gifts
Music was furnished by a suing Archer Henry Dixon, Douglas pink roses were afternoon at the home ot
band composed of young peopleof Sweeting, Louis Price, John Kuhn 1 I Reports of the convention of the presented to Mrs. Hamms In a Mrs. Thomas Brewer The Rev.
the community: Charles Stef- D. L. Bowen Buddy Llndgren 'Florida State Federation of Business pink basket. I W. E. Rowell discussed the book

fanl director, Grietje Terburg. ''Cl>de B. Chambers, Jack Hilson I and Professional Women's'Clubs Cookies and punch were served "Dangerous Opportunity. the
Forrest Bell, David Barnes. John Charles Thompson. R. B. Zinker, ''! which opened In West by the hostesses. I Work in China." Reports ot the

McLaughlin, Don Done and Paul Jr., B Rivers Raymond Lee,j Palm Beach last night, will be Others present were Mrs R. L. district meeting in Coral Gable!
Rue. Mrs. Adrian Jacobs and His irRili ks Lewis Vrana, G B.i| made by local delegates at next Hobson Mrs. Ray Schneider Mrs. i[Tuesday were gl\cn
I la Jean Irwin played the accom- Chubb Jr.'. Archibald Jones', Mr( Monday exenlng's meeting of the R L. Scott. Mrs H. A. Aman Mn The next meeting will be held
II Homestead B.P.W.C. In the Chamber 1
paniments.ART Foulk and Mr. Rheney.PRESBYTERI.S A.W. McVicker Mrs John Brown, j May 28 at the home of Mrs Frank
of Commerce building .
and Mrs F.f Henderson. W Stillman.
I Mn. Bon Archer. president.
CLUB TO SEE MIAMIUNIVERSITY'S SUPPERTO I
Mrs. Sylvia Atkin. 'III-I leave
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EXHIBIT BE HELD MY n
the convention early this
The Homestead Art Club will I Plans for the annual church and till the end, and I
morning stay Your hair is your
leave at 9 o'clock Monday mornIng -
Homestead !
of the Presby- 1
supper
I Mrs. J. F. Hammett, Mn. Henry
to see the annual exhibit of 7
,terian Church which will fee heldat Ruegg, and Mrs. Herbert Katz "J CROWNING GLORY
the art department of the University 6:30: next Friday at the homeof
plan to attend tomorrow and to- "
of Miami. Dr. and Mrs. Carl F. Robinsonwere
The rest of the day will be spentin made at a meeting of the morrow nightSHOWER Your hair deserves the best of

painting scenes near the bridgeon Woman's Auxiliary May 8 in the : GIVEN! FOR w'; care. Flattering permanents ai
Red road In Coral Gables church. 'I .
MRS. RUSSELL IIAMMS: summer pricesMae
Emlgdjo Reyes, W P A art Instructor Mrs. R. E. Trotter and Mrs. J. Mn. Russell Mamma of Goulds V tf1' !

will join the club mem- M. Holferty will have charge of was honored with a miscellaneous Morris Beauty Shop
bers at the university and go with arrangements for the covered dish shower Friday afternoon by Mrs. / :
them to.the bridge. supper. . Homestead FU. Phone 3 4VvELECTRIC
and Mri. Waiter
Roy Wlttenwyler -
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O. F. McIntyre, artist and art The supper is held each year In Peterson at the home of Mrs. ..
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editor of the Miami Daily News,'celebration of the birthday anniversary I Wittenwyler.Mrs. I 1 I
met with the club Friday night of Presbyterian auxili P. S. Stapleton and Mrs
to criticize recent work done arles I Petenon were contest prize win-
when the group had no Instructor. I i

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SOCIAL MEETINGMrs. I
Ringless
Rudolph Mattson and Mrs.
Fred Barker were Joint hostesses I I
to the W.W.F.C. class Thursday i

evening at the Mattson home In : Full'FashionedHosiery '
Florida City. After a business ]
meeting, a social hour was en-

Joyed. I
Coffee and doughnuts were '
served. l i
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The guests Included: Mrs. W. E.

Rowell, Mn. Lloyd Deitz Mrs. ';
Margaret Kennedy, Mrs. C S.
Phillips, Mrs. R. L. Chandler, Mrs. '

Clyde Niell, Mrs. Boyd Cohernour, s
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and Miss Alice Macomber. 33Syyy II
The next meeting of the group II I
will be held at the home of Mn. f 59c I ONLY

Cohernour and Mn. Phillips and i .'
Mn. Cohernour will be $
4 pair. $117757iel
REQUEST BRITISH hostes..1
ARTICLES BEFORE:
Those who are making 3 pairs, $1.70CHIFFON
for the British War Relief Society
should turn them In to Mrs H. K. I

Foulk, president of the Woman's I
we
Club of Homestead sponsor of thelocal I OR
work, before June II. ,!
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f. Pare Ten . THE HOMESTEAD LEADER-ENTERPRISE Frl a,- Mav-IK'1941: : J' .

.. MBS. a. L. WEST REVIEWS I Tuesday at the home of MM. J. meeting of Princeton Home
: : ADDITIONAL SOCIAL EVENTS II I"BENJAMIN BLAKE" I I Lee Smith to change Its meetlnlltlm. ,I afternoon at the home of Mr*. Roy'
: Wednesday
Club
Members of the Book Review on the second Tuesday of I Demonstration
I ; .. I I where Mrs. Ray
Wittenwyler
Club review of EdisonMarshall's each month from 11:30: o'clock to.
MISS VIRGINIA FRICK IS PRESENTEDIN I enjoyed a I 11 Mrs. Smith and Miss Alia Schneider wu hOlt_.,
RECITAL AT STETSON UNIVERSITYThe I I "Benjamin Blake" by i Vann were hostesses. Miss Eunice Grady county home
Mrs. S. L. West at their meeting| All members present took part demonstration agent, announcedthat

school of music of the John "Mist trick" says the Stetson I!Iin the library Wednesday evening.In a program on "The True Disciple Mn. Wittenwyler was awarded -
: I |A sketch of the author's life wasI I third prizes for Jelly and home
B. Stetson University I presentedIn 'Reporter, "has been active In the Takes a Stand" -
senior recital it DeLand Tuesday school of music, being a memberof :I given by Mn. W. J. Krome. The next meeting It was decide earning, ,Mrs Schneider third
evening Min Virginia Frlck,I I Phi Beta honorary music fraternity I I At the next meeting Mn. ,ed, will be held June 10 at the prizes for bread and rolls, and
daughter of Mr. and M.... Ceo. M. and of Alpha Deksloma,! Krome will review Ellen Clas- home of Mrs. Hart Adams, and Mrs. Walter Peterson, second prizefor
Trick of Homestead, and Mill i women's social fraternity." cow's "In This Our Life", andI I Mrs. Adams and Mrs. Virgil M. a wool dress. The club received Its-
Bette Bird of Port Washington, Miss Frick will receive her degree -'I Mn. B. A. Tibblts will report on ,Grennell, Jr. will be hostesses. honorable mention for
N. V.CIIl'U'1i. In June |the author tag and tits stunt.
i Those present were: Mn. Harry
the
that
Mn J. E. Miss Grady announced
Others present were: '
Brown, Jr. Mn. Robert Cassube,
GROUP ders as leader had charge of the:I Gauzens, Mrs T. J. Bleier, Mrs. 'Mn. Dorothy Smith, Mrs. Gren- woman's camp will be held June
R. J. Hester, Mn. B. M. Hind- II 23-27 at Miami Beach.
ENJOYS HAT RIDE Songs were lung by June Vann, nell Mrs. Adams, Miss Ellen
Me mben of the Wesley Fellowship Myra and Maria Bell'bf the G. A.I man, and Mn. Ben Archer Vann, and the hostesses
Class of the Homestead Homer and Albert Byrum, Warren -, Mrs. Geo. W. Turner Jr.,
Methodist Church enjoyed a hay Morris and John Little! of the GOOD.WILL CLUB MEETSAT I PRINCETON CLUB WINS Misses Esther and Helen Livingston -
ride to the keys Tuesday evening R. A, and Carol Hsrde and Bet,I J. LEE SMITH HOME ACHIEVEMENT DAY PRIZES and Chas. G. Turner attended i
After the ride, gingerale, Ice ty Ferryman of the Sunbeams.. I 'The Good-will Luncheon Club Princeton prize wlnnen at the a past matrons' and past patron f'
cream and cookies were served Mrs. S. U West gave an outline i of the Flnt Baotist Church of i(County achievement day held In *' dinner In Miami Saturday
In the Sunday school building \of the program. Homestead decided at its meeting Miami recently were announced at night.
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Those attending were: Mr. and i -
Mrs David Williams, Mr. i
Mrs L C. Dodd. Miss Helen \ i
Miss Effie Booth Miss Field'i I
Gibtm Misses Helen and
t nette Moye, Miss Mary
Willard Norman, Sparkman Holding II These. Used Car Bargains
George Eslell.: Robert Cast, .
I and Roy Nelson.

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First. Baptist Church of Home-
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i. H church program Tuesday yn "Youth afternoon and the when. I

: ; cle gent Five Gospel"with was Mrs presented C E .ur-I MONEY IN THE BANK :I

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SliT I! R Or APPIICATIONHI
1 *File TAX Silo DIED,: i

J IIM Notl.e: h.l.l.r I. a.hrrrbr ixdrnn darn.:f that City Ililllwlck..,f I Hom.1 ..I'
vii.I. Tae l.rtiflr.t. n jmlxrrdtUt GUARANTEED TO BE '
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It date.IM ,r
fourth day of J..j l I
A D. Ills', he. fll.'I I old I
: r+rtirii.l.. In mr ufriir mil KM. mid I PRICED BELOW THE MARKET
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I ppllcalion. f.r ti deed I. l I. w Ihrraonin
............ with taw gild o.rlHir.l i
o mbweii the followini.' .dwrilMNl pn'Po Imt
I .Ituat.d In Did (...... Ht.nd.\ ,
.1 J\I a t* will I I.,< 5. Illurk I.. Town. .( Hnme.Mead .. I II I 3i 1 i

A In.., bade the .tll. .f .H.m',,.......lnd.Iminly I ITlw .
State of \
.1 liP she Iii. ..known..-".110.._.._. issued.,Vale'irf wan uM. In pr.
'" .is .hall, he r.de.m.d : I IMe
-Him t" law.
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.1 .11I 1 I..e ... _. un the IIh I
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day .f Jun.' A. D. 1511'
P. I.st"I, the rash ;day .( April k 0 I i
Teat.' I 1
"/ It H irATHFRMANCkTk I !
Je of Circuit. Court.Dade 193K: PONTIAC SIX 1938 OLDSMOBILE SIX SEDAN-
Count!
A. Circuit l,,url ... n..loI.\\
toE B. N. C "TERUn Dr 1 I nal paint; New paint; good tirescry; [
1M. I. t. It I. tn. 11'41. cOUPE-Orilti-1
>? I a new-look clean inside; excellent mechanical i

Bt right. condition. "

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I No net Office Hours 8:30 4:30 i 1D33 BUICK 4-DOOR TOURING 1939 BUICK 41" SEDANOriginalpaint

rep 1 Opri.l.tenlan Appointment I SEDAN-Original paint; low I ; clean inside; radio; guaranteed ; ;
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pre First National Bank I mileage; new tires; very clean mechanically; priced .
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pal and priced to sell. right. ;

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gee Your 1940 CHEVROLET 4-UOOR TOURING
Rot i 1933 PONTIAC "6" 2-DOOR' SEDAN
ven SEDAN-light original -
grey
"CoLIJ 4 Spine I paint; radio; seat covers; -; In good good mechanical transportationcheap. condition -I

white side A
tires. very new
Call and. ,looking car. priced to sell. i

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Mrs i Yourt:

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I "On Seheteat, \' aHhl I 19.19. OLDSMOBILE 4 DOOR TOUR- 1937 FORD "60" 2-DOOR SEDAN-'

ING SEDAN-New paint; new good tires; clean inside; pricedto

Aititht RFC TO THE SPINE I covers; a smart looking car. sell

t and your health will take care of l lItself. II
That 'Is the lesson that]
Chiropractic teaches Almost aU I .
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D bodily ailments are traceable to'
maladjusted vertabra Correct'!

a permits these maladjustments vital organs to and function natural I I! I YOU 'CAN BANK ON A BUICK DEALER I

normally. The soundness of thlsj
theory has been proved over and,
over Learn for yourself.HOIKS .
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PRESTON B. BIRD MOTOR CO.
1:31 te It: I U '3t: 6 to I i i
Tuesdays: 'JI: te II: Ito (:.30Bandar
1714e by Appointment I I BUICK ,AND PONTIAC SALES AND SERVICE

Dr. R. J. Elliott.; SO.KROMEAVE. PHONE 18 HOMESTEAD FLA. f: .

McCrory Arcade t
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Friday, May 16.1941 THE HOMESTEAD LEADER-ENTERPRISE Page Eleven


NOTICE Or ALB MURPHY ACT NOTICE, OF APPLICATION FOR NOTICE or APPLICATION .
LAND PADS COUNTY FLORIDA TAX DEED FOR TAX PEED

No TM Mar II IMI Fair N* KIT I file IIOMNotice :
It hereby Ri.N! that Notice la kereby alvea that lUlllwtrk CLASSIFIED
Notice punuant toSection b hereby slven that Bailiwick.I J ADS
t cf Chapter l..... Uwi nf Klor.Idn Inc holder. a. _iII_ of City of H Ads of IWT known .. Ik* Murphy Ta> Certificate aaaibrred MU. 117*. I Tai Certificate aamberedIMS ; I
Act th. follpwliui deecrtbed land 1* Dado .lull. 1111. 4744 1170 47'I. tnd '171. dated the sixth June,
Cm. ,filF / ., will be offered for aale*(, dated. the 4th day of June. A. D. lots A D_ IM7 has tr.f aaldeerlirirale RATE: First iBscrUoo 104 t ling subsequent > hnlleTtlone II
.l : wiry fir Ik. hlibcot and beet ban filed sold certificates I. Mr office amid I. s, .fflre, and bad ride ,
rath brio aubtect to 'M rliht of the True.teee I had made filtration,n f.w a too deed to application for tat deed to boas thereon (4 a Uo

of tM Internal Improvement Fund insist therein !. accordance with law. la accordance with law Hold. eonlflral, - --- -. - -. I
to reject any and .11 hide et the Court Bald ernlflyitea eaikrac. the following e>. embrace the folk-win described prop -

houee beilnnlni at 10 lOCI Clark A. M. on scribed property .ltoa'" I. laea County. erty. .11..... la Ued c-.... Florida. FOR RENTFOR
the Iftk day of June. 141. Eaerment for Florida. la wit to wHl i- : :
road right of way lOt fort wide will kteeerVed Lot A. Ewlr.ii Adda. la the City of heel 41 feet Let I. ReeubdlvlelonLoUI4 :' i I
from any parcel through which H..lanMead. County of ItaoV ",... of II, 14 Tatuni RMmdale Ado RENT
there la .. existing sate rodItoccrlplloa H.'rid.. aa embraced In lr.rtlftc.le N... dHk.. In the city of Homcateed S-bedroom, 2-bath but :
I.... The aoMMKont of Mid property ua I County of Hade. state if rlurMa. ': house; unfurniahed Nice location ) :
B Brooki subdivision.a .., the sow certificate wailed woo In The oss.sas,.I vi Amid formerly, ....
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Slip., .t"ri: ':"kL.I at I'Me 46F. the name of Unknown the centrical Insisted w. I. the name of ,I J. R. Broolu (mU-tO st $

IM ft. Lot II. K L. Brook. a.... Lot 11. Block I. Freed AiUn N,.. I. Unknown. U .1.. sold oertlfl ,' 72 (
la the City af Hoamtrad Countr af Dear i cote shall he redressed accord tut to law rOK RENT Small
.h 1010.. l bdn., Plat Book I at Pan 41 I house, partly
Hate of Florida. .. embraced. In Cert tl. Ua deed will ideas Ihereon en t.ho Ilk
Boy of SWI of BVV <4j of Section II. FOR ;
Township II _tho Kami 41 _I. con role N. M].. The aweamrn of mid day of June. A. D. IMI I furnlihcd Broilers for ..ale.I .

staining MTI acre, more or land. nun. I property under the Hid certificate bond Kited. this limb day of April A. D. i'i|I Adam J. Ennls, neAr Seaboard rus
.... C blorke T I t. tied Karen of U.know. 1141
Inelasfed. Reevlsedd. PlaIdf Honey Hits Lot ID. Hor.... AiMn. In the City of K M LFATHKRMAN Station pJ: .

See No. I. Fiat Honk I* it Pun 14. H ne.trad. County of I'a,k-. stale, of F..... 1,, Clerk of Circuit Court rol
That part of 8W, of SW\4 of Section I lid.. a. rmbracerl In certificate" 11... ...... find. County. Florida FOR RENT-Residence; in Florida
I ._.... Court SealBy
Circuit
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South 41 M property tinder the
Township II. Rome hart
II ,
containing, I.". acre more or leee. ..... sold certificate ....red was la the name "f j N. C. STKRRETT D. 1'.1 City; 3.Jiedroomg/ fireplace electric
UnknownLot !I I Owes I. I. II tS .... IMI I
feet hot and !
scribed ae follows i Begin tTI M north itJjyf. running cold
4T. H..... A Hdn.. In the City
of
" ,.f SW cor of section II. Township IISouth
Retire 41. Ewt for p. O B.. run H me trad, County if l.dr stale of Kl..r-I I I NOTICE OP APPLICATION water twp bathrooms; reasonable "
N. M444 feet more or 1_. K. It* M Ida. a. embraced la Certificate No. III!. FOR TAX HEED rent.Apply) Lender-Enter

feet, S. SZt. set. W to P O B., com. .The Assessment of Mid property under the I'I File I40ISNotice prise ,
prliln Lou nA' II. C: P. Block I. Re- .Id certificate issued was In the name of b hereby mine that BailiwickInc I ,

..lard flat of Honey Hill I.. No I. a Unknown .. holder aa _/._ nf t fly of M.une From
l lubdn. Plat Book I* at race ... Lot II. McLaln. Addn.. In the City of stead Tn c.rt.IrD' numbered FOR REN'r'l''Cleln, all electric
H.molced. County of Dade State of ITIWA dated the fifth day of Dr.remher furnished 5
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Lot I. flock. 10. Really Security Corp. apartment. Mrs Eva,
Addition to Gould. Plat Book t"Lota Fl..rid.. .. embraced In Urn flcale No. A D" IWT, ka a filed a.Meerllflrala No
.ration. 109. 7 4. The aMoumcnt of Mid property un In my office, and bad made I Colllru, Federal highway, Biscayne !

*! and T. Block. II. Sea View P>rkAmended POOR the Mid certificate Nodded Wait In the application for tai deed to issue Ihereon 1 drive st Modello (alTtf) i
Islas .1 linhn-ern In aceordanc with law Said ernilids'.orbrores 1200
Plat Hook
Plat. a subdivision. Lot ... M.Lain.a Adrtn. In the City nf the following described. p.op.l.i I Ierty I 300 30)I

"tot at t'waH It sea View Park Amendrd Homotcad. County of Pane. Rule of Flan. diluted. la Dad lowly. ".. .... KR SALE
Plat a subdivision. Plat Book IT ., Ma. .. embraced In Certificate No 1770 la will $1500
The amendment of sold property under the Lot ID Adam Addn. In the' City "

lisp%60.W Lolo. I and t. Block. I*. Sweet Mid Unknown certN'Irate lamed woo In tko name of I, of Himeetead. County of Dade, State i I Iof i'FOR' SALE-74 laying hen Mi mo.

Grow. Plot Book I at Pan K>. Flores.Time :
water In.. Lot 47 M.Lain'a Addis In 1M city of .ment of sold property andrrith i B. Miller Richard rd.. Home-
Remaining I M acre t man Bt ..or k to H.._...... County of Daite. State of F ..... certificate Ward Was In the aaaw ofUnkncwa tesd :,
w \fo Lou I and < -- | (pm23)
.. I
Greece a .ubdn. Plat hook a ., Ida embraced. In Certificate II... I7TI units new eertlfl.
Viler The of sold. hall h redeemed ba law..
a..e..meat
property under the cat according
.. containing, a M acre more lie
Pea* col j Mid cert.flcale Issued woo In the name of Ua deed will 1 boom thorned, ea list 41h*'PAPAYAS. 5c a pound. Mrs Kent

"s4 Los I- and t. Block. 10 Sweet Unknown day of June' A D, I 4IDated 'i Jackson
115 S.
water Croee.. a .ubdn. Plat Book a at Lot .'. M.Lain'a Add.. In the City of Into Ifth dar of April. A. I) W. 2nd st. We ,,
*
HI containing '.11 arm mines or H..mcetead County of Dade slate of Phhim. 141 Homestead (m8! -tf)
page
.. embraced In Certificate No ITTt R:. R LEATHFRMAN N
lea*. Th. aememenl of Mid. property under the Clerk of Circuit Court.
W14 of W. Los T and I. Slack tltwertweler Mid certlflrau blued woo In the nan, of Dad County. Fk...... I FOR SALE-Lot 36. Block 2. \'
G..._. Plat .....k I at Pan Unknown Circuit Court Seal Pone de Leon, Homestead Flu Let
to ronlalnlnc t.* mm non or leuWt Unless Hid. certificates' shall .. redeemed. By N. C. |
of Eli: Los t and a. block U. arm.rdlni, to law tai deed will boas lion May I. I. ..C..T SO.Rr.TI:1 This Is southeast corner and avery ,

.....w.... G_.. a ..boI... Plat Hook 6at on on the 17th day of June. A. D. 1141 desirable lot. J. M. Kling
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Pan cenlalninw 4.6 o orMT's" Dated this filth day of May. A D. 1141E.
: ; : : I B LKATHFRMAN I NOTICE OP APPliCATION P. O Box 82. Dierdeld Beach Phone
Fl.. remit Land ., Clerk of rirr.lt Court .1 FOR TAX PfcKU | Fla (
Plat Book I.' rose 17. section I.. Dade County. Florida. File No. I4III 1 ml6-j8)
wnihlp II. Sou h. R.... 40. r.a.t con Circuit Court V.I Notice b hereby then that Bill wick.
tal.'.. 10 acre more or lewTract : By N. C. STKRRFTT D. C. Inc, bolder aa _,..... of City of H..me..teed FOR SALE Living room bedroom -
41. Fl.. Fruit Land Co.'s Subdn.. ,May II. tl. '0. June 4. II IH1) Tai Certificates Numbered toll.I' and kitchen furniture Also
Pill Book I at P. e IT. Portion !'. Town Hill. MIIS. I7H1. 7V>>>>. SMI and
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ship M. South Range 40, Eait contain NOTICE OP APPLICATION FOR STM. dated. the 4th diy nf June. A. I).. hers It Pond upright piano-I
In* 10 acre more or 1_. TAX DEEDChapter IMS. hii filed Paid certificates In my .f. William
Tract Fla, Fruit Land Co.'. Sabrina, 11"11..,. el IM] flee. and baa nude appllr.ll for lai Dunlop Silver Palm "
Plot .,:7.> at Pore IT. Pertln I ID. Town File A-4741 deed to Ideas thereon li accordance w th Drive at Nnrtmja road. ( p m 16) I or "

.hip al South R.... I". Ea>t. containIng Notice .I. hereby liven that Java S law Said certlflnlce embrace see f..Iliwlnt (ml6.
10 acrei more or red. A..... holder of State and Cmny Tai described. pni|>rrly. .11..,.. In
...... County Kl..rid.. t.. wit I IDEAL 2-CORNER SITE for hotel / -- --- -
Tract 4*. Fl.. Fruit_ Land C.. 8 bdn.. Certificates Noa. IM]. f MI. sill and -
Plat Honk I at for IT. Section I 19 Town 11411 'Bawd the let day of 1) Ixil 10. Illrk 4. 16.1.,. Ad In. In tourist cabins trailer park 01; QUILTS LA UNDEH ED'h";;
Range in foil contain mil: h.. ;il.A. the City of H..motrad. eo"...y .iffia
ship M South fled I Mint In my and i II Blankets double
.. rental houses South Krorm, "' .111111. slid
Ini 10 acre more or I.... had made application for a tax deed le .h>. Stale of Florida. embraced -on
Tract SI. Fla. Fruit Land Co'. Bold.. he b.,ied thereon Mid certificates ..... In Certificate Nn. 1.7 The ..Mee.meenl .. a\e (Oversea Highway ) an d'I rrd'prmds same pricNice
Plat Hook I M road IT. Seel I.n tl Town brace the following described. property la of sold niperty under the Paid
Kent Jackson lit S W
.. hul' d
lu the of boundary street between Homestead .
.hip M South Ramie 40. .:..,. cont.ln >a- County .f Dodo. Note of Florida. to'' writes issued was Mine
10 ..... more or 1 t.". wit, Unknown and Florid Cltv Fronts t I Homestead I "I Id il I II
Tract *4. Fli. Fruit Land Co'. .hdn Iced. I to I A. block I. PI..h".1. a Lot I. Free Addn N... 1. In the .
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Plot Had I .. P>*. IT Section to Town "hd.. Plot Rook I. Paste 177. I. the City of II.meetecd. County of lade. 150 ft on Krome. 300 ft. or I -
Kl Sooth PARK 40. La.1" containluff Count, of D.do. state Forld.' State of rlor. '.. .. .embraced In ,Icr 150 IF you want to ...11 "U' drove.
thlp ,as Lucy *t. and ft on S. W. Isl
Tr'A, >C... more ..r 1_. bested In -tlre.l.. o" 8642. The ..::: I lid lie No. 41 in The ._....nrtlfl.o.s if. I lib! it with J K P, t ") :'I N IIilcvon -
Lot ....11.. Block B. Carol l Tr".... m.nt it Paid properly Omer the sold ui aid property under. the amid Terrace Comprises 8 lots each, ' I
....hd. Plat Hank II at P.m. fills booed in issued was In the name of "n. I Arcade. "IIIn, 403.
Item 1. was the mine of R. A.I 50x150 ft., all connected with,
.
9?. Pool.. known I II.pr05preh 11,111'11.' 1 jI
Lot I. tllork. <. Lincoln Park Additions Lot I*. mark I. Plnchurat ..Mn mPal lot II. I.Inenitl'. AMn. In. the City city water and sewer mains:; I
If H....... '. ..f 11 h-. Plate : I 10)
Hotneitrad a sold.. Plat Book I at'Tract" H.k I. Pare 177. In the County ..f County I two vacant strategic corner: 'p" ,
of t.'I., . rmhrired In Cerllll
1' n.d. State ..f FUld .. embraced I.C.f. II -
ID N. of Canal Florida Prult ..'. N.. 8018. Th. ._..."( of rate No Mum The auewnrnl of Paid 7-room house with modern IVANTED: : )
Land c..'. Subdn.. Plot Book t at Pace ,Mid nrorerty moor the paid ret,'irirnliIn. property under the Amid. .."llIra.. la plumbing mid electricity
aced w.. In the name f r:. F. Den.ly. on .
II South R.... led -
17. Section II. Township was In the ramof S. R. Antenna 1-----
...... 1Mot I Lot IK. Block II. Pence de Leon. I northeast Krome uic. lot eastern '
40. F. t containing I acres no Is.J Ind. ti Rl.rk 6. P/.hunt. a sm bit : i WANT /. ".1 "inColored
'I TRUSTEES < r THf 1NTFRNAIIVIROVtUFNT Book 1: Par. ,177.: In the Co,;;nt -.i: In the City u'. H..r..d... County ,.f exposure Bargain for 1I5hAddrl'lA [ tcII"I.; hint;
J M,ND OF THR n.H.. mate .d embrsred Dale. lit... .f H HHn. .< embraced I 't
flmU'* M In
:; In ('0,1111..,. No. 7 hIhe .lie... Box A 132 Leader .
Oriiri..le Ida 1
, STATE Or FIORIDA No. Mil The ssas.mnlsold fCo City. Adi 'Ir'' H07
fly E B LhATHFRMANAgrnt property under the sold vonifirm.I.ad event of sofa property under Ill.sold I .
i Trustees I: 1. Fund. Dad. Countr woo I. the name .I Gran A Nlrh.d. certificate Wised was I. the name ofUnknern. Entcrpilbe (pm-9)) i Olympia Bld" .. "I' 1(1ITUTORINO ,

I III 1911.1NOTICE .. .
(Mar
site r t 21. 1I1.k .. Finphurol. Iced III. III irk. t. Royal l.lm. 11.01.1. FOR SAl E WAJliTi--; nin
Gara.e
I asand" In the I'Ity of motrari.. I ....nty ..( apartment on
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II I FOR op TH APPLICATION DEED ....., Plot.f Den Peak State I. of P..r..I...177.da. .I.. Om the. Hade Plate .,( H,-iri.n. .. rntbricedIn N. W. 14th street SI.0(10( ; $200 : school and grade "I. x>l fiibjects.

, Fir IIHj headed ;In Certificate No III.a The w.c .. Burnt Certfkee..f Paid Nn. TMIU under The the_Mild dawn $15 I month: 8 re Incrci Mrs H J Arm II"'nl. A n.
h krr-kv rrl that .>ll wlcl.. ........, prtVrote f Mil Property under the .a..I property
Notliw >"n certificate blued In the of I b Hull riummtr drive and
.. woo name .. at Berger residence Country
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Inc. holder a> admr r' City of H....... / iMunl w I. the name of R A. l'.k..w.
stood Tai Certificate numberedtlUDA Poole. Krome sve. at 10th st. nl8-tf ) Club rtmdNufee
Lot 14. lII..k I. It..v.1 Palm Addn.
Unless' ..,d .."lfl..... .hall be redeemed
dated the fltk day of D.ormWr _
j In the city .of 11..1. county ,.f
I A. D.. 127.. has filed sal.lr.rtiflate .ec,rdlna wll: t.he.law: the rnnrry drwrhnltherein lad. Hate or Hrlll as en.bnceil FOR SALE-- .acre Persian lime NOT11 a I" 'I ,., 11.\1''''
sold to the hlihft hlHnVrIn
In m, office. and h. mad.appllcatl The
In Certificate No. I.oou. inc. fOR TA\ IIrt.1
.. femme .h..... of the Court H._ door or flnl M".. S In full i
n Ivr tot deed t. nIn Ifl'l mend ..f sold ropcrly order I the aa dcertlflrlte grove years od now I.', "
amrdanr with Kw Paid crtlfl,ale day the month nf July. which I. he IUnknown h .I ., ,,' .
I III 1
7th .1 issued was nonce b ooftNo buildings! only 2 miles herel v w
rmbracM the following dMcrlbrd. proo.erty the day July. .1911. I IInr .
holder ,'
as.toad aI. "" I "
00.
: situated In"Dade County Florida. Dated this lI'h 17'il!: day 0' M... A D I"'. Lot I, black lo, 1 vwn nf H?me. dom bank $2200: crinhTKK I. T.. C.r .. 4

to wit LEATHrRMAN : Melil .In the City of Homntwd.I '*'1. dated the I.f .. PoI
Lot 6. Block I '. In the Clerk of Circuit Court. I County .if D.de. Mar of r I.rlda. asembraced IfACK'llrAH HANI Al'Tl'KIN'I II A. D 'Ile.' '" I I slit
CIlV rf Hstnoet-ti. County of Dade, Circuit Court Bee D.d. County. Florida' I In Certificate Nn I7M Th. '0. a G.-rala corporation. defendant. ba eerl:ricale ,In m. .11, ;: ,l, ,, made i
Slats of Fl..rid.. wcMment of sold property under the nunretllent ,.f the State "f "oud.. lappllrall f.., I.. ......1 t.. "Of.
Th. a....nwnt Ar Paid ....,.,t, uidi- Hy N. C. STFBRCTT D. C. said certificate lanicd was In the namef and the address "r re.. len... ..f *hiitlUfen ,. ""..rd..,. with I." 'I .I. .' .skfmbraeed
the certificate issued w'" In lid name of iMay U. tt III June t. Imlerty .' .
.
I'.k..w.' .lint. . particularly a. I- known the 1..11. al I" I "or
I
Howard R. Lamb Unlen, mid. rerllfi .It...... In Dade County. .1"ld.. Unless Md ....III..,.. hall ke redeemed to the plaintiff bout Hih.hr. Pier any. .1'...", In I'.." I I "isIn
rate shall be redeemed accordlni to law lo wit according to law. In deed wllU.ue I County. ( ei lull. and that there U nperein .. rIt
tax doled will (....e thereon on the 4th Lot II. J. U. Free'. tnd AdlltknIn. I therein en the Ith day of June. la the lit.. of Fkrlda the ner.. I Sod I HI..k I I''' . I I yIn
.t..t, Jun., A.P.lTdaVif i the City of H.me-lead. County of. A. D. ICC I. In of a sums..o.. sperm whom would bind the City nl ""00-'"'''' . s/. f
this t AplI.,, A. D.. I Dade. II..,. of M,.rlda. a. embracedla | Dated this till d.. of April A. II .aid d.I..oI.nl I...... I'... of lil"'Ide,
1141. Cert fkata No. 10.... The 11I41. IT IH ORDERED That the mid de'end The a.-rsmrnt ...I. rid to..n't. ..4r
II a. LEATHF.R.U'Court.Dad. . ...... of Mid. property under the sold I E. R. LF.ATHFRM4N ono be. and II la. hereby required taat the earllfint. seemed WeIii" 1h. .ram. 0'
CI..ult
Clerk n' certificate Wind In the of Clerk .,f Circuit lent. .pear t.. the bill of complaint filed I. Inknwn In . Will
was
County. floII. Unknown. name I bid. County. II,.rldaCircuit this nine. on or before the Ind day ..( rote shall be rrdeemiH. ] asqll., low
Chemed Court flesl.By Lot It). Rtnrk. I. Town of Hume Court Penh Juno, A. D. IMI. otherwktt the a ley.lion .. tax deed will ..." thereon i. '1M 11h
N. C. RTERRRTT D. r. steed. In the City of rlnmeteadCointy By .... C. IfFRRF.TT. D. C. of Paw bill .complaint .III betaken day of .I..... A I' :8"
Offer I. .. ,.. 21. I.. "".1 nf Dado Stale ..f FkirMa" aa. //11. I. .. Id. 2t. 60. "..1.1'1IN ai _,..... by std defendant noted 'hlo IV'h day 01 April A D
embraced In Certificate N. 1411 Th.aMeatment ', and The H......'... Leader KnternrrM H 1141
NOTICE OP APPLICATION of Mid property under theM I THE CIRCUIT 'OI'RT OF TRI|I' hereby designated a. the _.po.... laI T. B. lEATHFHaMN.
FOR TAX DEED d eert flcale funded woo la the EVENTS JUDICIAL CIRCI'IT IN I : order shall be once Clerk ,if I mil "'."rl.
File I40MNiClre name of UnkaowaInhal I AND" FOR DADK t OC'NTV. FLORID. n Ai.:10 f. ur rib werb. I Herri. County Pliffkla.
b hereby Olson that BailiwickVie .. MM eertlflratea .hall be re.deemed IN CHANCERYCITY thhrH9MTday of A: D. ClmulCups awMy .
holder aa nialyne of City of H"meIth : area....low to law tat deed will OF HOMr.HTr.AI nwiunklnal 1141. I N f RTFRRKTT O. r
stead Tan Cenlficote slumbered Was thereon oa the 4tk day of June eorpnralHa of IEATHFRMAN: M.,, S. I. U. It. M. 1941Iit0TICR
us". dated the day of DOwsMr. A D. IMI the State of FtorUa, l fTFA of lid Ireull Court I
A. D.. 1017. bad filed aaldeert ; 'Dated into Ink lay of April A. D.. .1 Plaintiff Sri M. H. RICK:. it. i OF APPI ATI01FOR
fkatc In my office and bad made 1.... _VR" Deputy Clerkrircill . I TAX nrrn
application foe HI cord to Was th..... E B LEA THERM AN. 1 MOnrRN HOME: BUILDERS. INC. C.wrt rWil, I, rib I4IUI
In aeeordaaee with law: Said eertlflcatnembrace Clerk. of Circuit Court '' a Florida corporally at nl. IRA r. HATCn.lC Notice' b hereby liven that H.IMwlck.
the folk>wlr,. described prop County Florida. eendanta 144.0 Conarev BldK I.... holder asdust"- .. City of H_
erty affiliated. fc Dad Crusty. Florid. Circuit Court goalDad. ORDER OP PIRLICATIOV Miami riorlaIMay )I. lead Tex ten flcate numbered

** By N C. STEKRFTT D. C. TO THE BLACKHHFAR MANU I. I. U. II. W 10111 I I4MI' dated the third day if Jane,
tot I. Block I. '_.1'. I* the City Obey t. 9. II II. M. 1141.t I'AC'TI'RIt/G CO.. n fieorala eorporalhraBlaekihrar I:IA D. Id*. hi. filed 9. Idcertificate
'of ._-. Count of Dade Slat ., Pierce. Counlr G.oral.It .. 1t0Tln OF APPI ICATION rOR I In my nfflr. ind he. madeapplication
af ......... appearing by ..... bill af complaint TAX DEEDFILE for tax deed to boa Ihercenill
The neMBiawnl of saw properly wader WANT ADS PAY In the Shore entitled .._ that IWMNotbe .n..1 accordance with law. laid nerllfkat
th* certificate tacue wee la t*. let._ of > la heiehe cfrea that .. . Umkraeee' Ik* f.III.wlnv described prow.
L H. GoI...... tale*, sow ....".. Inr.. holder a. Arian of City o( Hew.leac art,. .11.. ... I. l>., Coualy Florida,
cat commit W Maiimid according *e law Tai eertlftcaic Numbered ISeal .> writ
tat deed will ben thereon ea the 4thdar Posted the Ird day at June A. D. IMt bal IIV, fl NWU of RCU if ItwVi aadNH
of Jan' A. D IMI. filed Mid Certificate la aiy orl.... aadhi of SW l4ofslid.fSilly IAweB'
.tell thai fifth day of April An. 1141I i ACETYLENE WELDING said application fey ... deed to boa of Tract II, and NH Tract la. of
B. LKATHCRMAN: therena In afcoraaae with law Said..1 I Plank. I. Mnml, Land I]... I'.. a... '
Clerk af Circuit cost Certificate emferarea the follvwln ere. time IS. Township IT South Rant '
Dad County Florida j New ....... place is. elevated In Dad c.u..1 St bel _" .'.. 10 arcs mom ee
CIoftIl. court OWL.By Brand Outfit Fr.rwar tr.Bs bee In the City *f H.L.t.... County Ile
... C. annm. 11. r TaWs at Homesteads of Dade Stale of FkrrMa
(May I. t. IS U. ... "41.1 C'I AU Work Guaranteed I In the City .1 Homestead. County of The s..s..mant of sold prspe.ey omM
r>a.... State 01 Florida.Tho the eertlfH... issued woo Ie Is- now .8
NOTICE OP APPLICATION I PHONE $$1-E o..ndsswt .f RAW properep under Vlknawn. lileca Amid eerllfl.eate .
FOR TAX DEED j the Certificate bound woo I. the ass of shun he ........ areurdlat t* law.
File 1411 I I'. ..w.. IJnloei sold Certlflrate .Kail tat deed will ben iheicea M the still
Notice la heraby Urea that sslllwkklis. i 'SAM'S GARAGE M' ndnniid neoerdla, t* taw ... deed dae af June A. D.. IMIrated
holder. aa axNraee af City of H_ will teas Ibereon en she I1M dar of MayA I** inh day e/ April A. D. 'I
Mead Tax CenrftcaMa IMM40114 I>. IMIIaUd 141
and till dated the alb day of 1m*' I' SAM ALEXANDER. Fro,. old ISth day of t"l'tMAIIIII"'A IMIa r: II .rATrlFrlMtN
A. D.. IttT. has tiled. aaldarrtlflraM II Clerk nf Contrast TeartIwde .
III .y 01'''' and bad sods I I Clerk. of Cweatt Cenrl County' ....,1dD.CIIt .
application for tat aided H issue theroont. Avocado Drive and Old Dixie Highway t>aa* County PWM*. Comes 1M'.
.. aeeordaJire with law Mid ....,,_." I Circuit Court Senll Hy N. C. .......... lit H C TERar7T f). e. t
aiktaoi tile fuliowlnc dead Woo aroa- Apr 11. U. May t .. II. 1'.1J1.. C. iMar .i I. It IS .... KMI .






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Twelve THE HOMESTEAD LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday May 16.1941

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sent him out to buy her a bottleof ,soldier killed. Miami Pastor to SpeakAt Fixed

DR. SMITH TELLS Scotch whisky with it 20 minutes > "The Japanese policy has Ministers MeetingThe Girl: "Could you fix me a dose
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14 before she plunged 200 feet .changed greatly sine Foreign OJt castor oil so the oil wont Uite?

not ROTES OF BLOOD to the tMewalk. 'Minister Matauoka visited the Axis Rev. Albert Dale Hagler.i Druggist: -CertalnlyJ Won't )011jh"e

Born In Statesboro, Ca., 2): powers in Europe. No longer pastor of Bryan Memorial Meth-1' a glass of soda while wait

yean ago Cora Mae Groover are they on the offensive but are [I' l ling?"
iodiit Church Coconut Grove
BANK at "
t BENEFITS came to Homestead with her family gradually withdrawing and giving I Girl: "On, thank you. (And
!will speak on The Integration of
In 124. As a pupil of Homestead up the conquest of China. drinks the soda)
Personality at a meeting ,of the
j "Something else
J High School, she was a star Druggist:
; "Low morale of the Japanese !
A talk In behalf of the Dade Redland District Ministerial Association Miss, ?"
player on the girls basketball
County's blood bank was mad' t people together with the insist- Monday at the home of the oil."
team and she excelled at tennis. Girl: "No Just
.t the meeting of the Homestead' fence of large Japanese merchants ,the Rev and Mrs. Geo. E. Deuel Druggist: "But you Just drank
After her
graduation In 1(3 she
Rotary pub Wednesday by Dr.! I that military power be curtailedto 'In Redland.
'
played girls' teams In
on basketball
.. J. A. Smith, county physician. I I and diamondball with such save the economic life of the The meeting will begin at 10:30: It"Girl: "Oh dear! I.wanted It for
L country are two factors largely reponslble o'clock. A covered dish luncheon I
At the teotber.Ex.Young .
conclusion of his ability that she my
t the club voted unanimously talk'j popularity won throughout recognitionand the[.policy for the new Japanese will be served at noon. :

: / commend that the board of county and lower part of the state.:i' in Certificate Ile. Mali The a.mm- I father In your sermon
-What the next move In the Far meet of saw property under the said
rectors make a donation to Before going to New Yprk Miss I certifkala bawd was is War same 01 this morning you spoke about I
: blood bank's building fund if Groover worked in a clinic In1'(I East will be remains to be seen. C. O. Kaufman I baby being a new wave on the
funds It may be the Japanese will seize !I'a La S. block. I. Boolevud Addition
are available. I I Jacksonville.She UM City. of HoKaMoad. County ofDade I ocean of life.Minister .
Dr. Kenneth Phillips Miami Is survived by her mother j Islands in the Pacific and estab Btata. of Florida, .. mbracad ,. : That's right
;I j 1 .....
I.ah. bases for Axis ships and C "" No. tM4 Tka amejauntof
C physician gave an outline of the three Peufl father Don't think a
sitters Mrs. Cooper|' and prepare andaa UM and ear.Uflcato I Young you '
a advancement of the world healthas I of Homestead Mrs. Ruby Lee planes in order that the U. S. Pacific I .hued was la UM nanu of tn.tat fresh squall would have been

a result of the progress of medicine I, Eakers of Cherryvllle, N. C. and I'I fleet will have to remain *').. Block. I. Royal Palm Ad. I Idltloa. nearer the truth. Boys' Life.

s He pointed out that the Miss Bonnie Grogr jof Home there Instead of being diverted In tw tin of Hna e.laod.Cauntf .. I
Atlantic" 'I of Dada state of Fiord ai
to aiding Britain In the
a average life spin had Increased steed; and a brother, Lehmon I 1 embraced In Orttflrat. No. nil A. I
I from 30 years In Washington'stime II Groover of Clewlstoft.k' Lions C. A. Gray J. Lee Smith. Tha aimimrM of mid proprrtr aDo
are the told certificate. to>>ed wn In NEWT. G. BALL
I to 40 in Lincoln's time and The: pall bearers will, be James I I R. C. McDonell and H. M. Brown ,tM nima of Unknown. i iLnlrai
to SO in 'Jr. were called on to provide the : aaM vrrtlfmtaa hall da ... i
our own time due to the Redd, Eugene Allen Ernest Bishop deemed according la law. .tan dead arlll !
work of medical research men. D. H. Dellinger, Jr., David i musical program and sang two tour threw M the 4th daf of Julia II f NOTARY FVBUC
numbers, accompanied by Dr. C. ', A. D. "'1. I
Fredericks Laddy Prucha, Del- Dated thin trtb any of April. A. D..I
mar Rhodes and Harold CampbelL t:. Robinson. 1101.

CITY BALL TEAM I |I Due to the club election on May E.Clark? Lr.ATHPRMAII.of Circuit. Court Fire Insurance and

I Turner Funeral Home Is in 27, Ladies' Night will be observedon I Circuit Court Seal N: C. sTERRirrr, D. c I IBr I II. '

SKUNKS NAVAL charge of arrangements 'I I June 3.NOTICE lust .. S. M. II 10. IMI I Kindred Lines



AIR BASE 7 TOO CHINAContinued OP TAX Fit APPLICATION,# S4t7Notlrw DEED FOR w=a hfASS 1 IS N, Kreiae Are. I .

la hereby aiv.n, that BailiwickInc. .
I holder a* aula-M* of CIO of Ho...- asaw I I Im..vrr.io
( From Page One) stand Tat Canlfkajta. numbered 'NI.:
Homeitead's dated the 6th day of Itorrabrr A. D. 117ho. .
city baseball team flied mid ....If.... In ml offlr and rrlna aoo r9v
defeated a team from the Opa- thought they were, and the Chinese ban made application for a laa dm t 0i.

locks naval air bane 7-0 Sunday birth rate Is so high that two Said issue certificate......... .In....acrordanc._ the*following with law d.. The World/ News Seen Through *

afternoon on the local diamondto babies are born for every icrlbrd. property situated In Dade CountyFlorid. .
SCIENCE MONITOR
Chinese\ .. to wit THE CHRISTIAN
win the second of three games 1'OTIU 0" APPLICATION= I ItOR Lot .. Block. I. Tatumi TokmdTown .
played 10 far this ...son. UI DUD A.. In the City of Hnww Am InttTMliontl Duly Newspaper
File' $41.V4 eased. County of Do.... State of Flor h Truthful Co from Sfnuri iU.
C. Bishop a|s relieved! by H.I' ida.Th. ruftwUnhia -Fca
Notice In hereby Risen, that 1I.III..k""
Thomas in the sixth inning as I..... 1001.. a" asstene' of City of Huse. assessment of Mid property nadrrth urn -Editorial An Timely and Instruction anal In Duly
''a toad T.. Certificate numbered MM nntflnu .Issued was, In the nanwUnknown FT..tthft with the Weekly. Mainm Sactwn Maietha
pitcher for the home team. Ran- SUM dated the fifth day of Dan Vintner I Mid Mrtlftcau. .h.U Monitor M Ideal Newspaper for the Homa.Th .
dolph Caves was behind the home cmkr A. D. IM7 h.. flint Mill b. redeemed ....Nln. to law tan drool --'--'-' .
e.",".... ,In my ofdra. and ha. mad..tplieetaw will .issue thanes on the 17th day of : ; Christian Sctanc i Publuhuig s.i--;
pint The navy was unorganized ,|. fee sun d..d to team thereon Juno A. D !' and did much substituting during /In arcMdi.ra with taw said f.rtlflrambrarM .. Doted thla lath day of M.T. A. P IMI On, Norway Street Boston, Mauachuarrtt
I:. 'M following' described. prop. E. R LEATHERMAN. Price *U 00 Yearly, or II 1.00 a Month.
the '! .
. ';UP nr wit. situated, ,In Dade Coant', Florida. Ckrk of County Circuit Court.Dade rkirldaClrCTtlt Saturday Issue, n&-: Section, |2.60 a YMT.

game.GROOVER Lot I. Block I. Miami Land t D r.. Court seal Introductory 2s Cents
.. By N C. BTERRETT. D. C.
Bar IT Township' IT South
RanaC t* East. rontainftu I aeraanor. i May II M So. Juno S. IS. IMI'
or Im, In the City of H..... 1 N.Adclrooo
.t.... County of Dadr state of FlorTH A'OTICR or APPLICATION ____
(Continued From Page One) I.... FtR TAX DEED
i' a.wsmest of aaU. property under "110 No. 1'111 SAMPLE COPY ON REQUEST
the certificate blued wa la the name ofUnknown Notice .. hereby rivea that H.IM.kh.
spat Monday night, Identified the I Unless said .."/"10 Inc. kfldrr .. _l>M* of City of Homo-
ohall kr redeemed ,...... Tai C. "" .... Numbered n12.
body, according to the press wire j raw''II dead will inset tbrewa Recording o. II to e lawE 4th 1(44 and 1111 A."dated' tht Sth day of Pcrmkrr. .........................................................................{
reports A. D., 1127. has filed Mid ear.uficataa .
Members of the l noted Jthi :..1:,day'of: April, A. D.. : in my office and ban Miada application >
girl's family 1641. for tai dead to ..... ...._. :
branded as unfounded sensational a. LEATHERMAN, 'acootdanot, .. with law Bald. rontfteatnrmbrac
Ort. of Circuit Court the followlu described. property
Journalism the newspaper account Dada Count*. Florida ,lit...... In Dado County Florida t" wit:
which said she borrowed five dollars 4 Circuit Court Real. Lot 14. Block S. Barber Addition.In . :
C. : the of HomMWad County of
By N STFRItrrT. D. C. City
from the elevator boy and I Mir S. S. 14. SS. S*. 1MI> Dada Slate of Florida aa embraced



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