Title: The leader-enterprise
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00087294/00491
 Material Information
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 23, 1941
Frequency: weekly
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 )
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: VID00491
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33835104
alephbibnum - 002057831
lccn - sn 95047482
lccn - sn 95047482
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Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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11.-1t1a. Serving a.dland :

I'iOnloId weekly LEADER ENTERPRISE I District 1118 Since ;1

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Vol. 29-No. 21 Homestead, Florida, May 23, 1911 Price 5 Cents '

Dade School Board Recommends ;

Voting Auditorium Bonds fibre :

Only One Change Made I 1 fACTION BEFORE SINGLE TAX ::1





TIMA 00rPV Commencement Events Easier Now Than When

EXEMPTS TENBOXplR Begin This Evening Whole County Must

r Give; Consent
Both of t the Hull.mcD"llld\ :

'1181'' -, owl I il'"du"III iJu Mi will! JO-YEAK REPAYMENT .
\ 'old )Ia" night exerciser. next
| veelt-the Homestead ilats on _
Mond.\ night md the Redland
Limited to Those Who Sell I ,as* 'i Thursday night From; H'1l'-:

Les-Than-Bo\ I The R'dl.lI\d! baccalaureate ern stead( Sees Advantages -

Local Market | non 'v l be preached at 11:18:,, in Bill
?"n'I k June 1 by the Rev Jesse

thane Tlc Homestead bacca- ,, ,
( The Dade County boardHe "
auri. i' 'non \\ill be preached I
GIVENCHANTLER i' 7 i k of the acne day bvI'm instruction recommend' >o I

1 I Re .J J, Richards i iI the Homestead school dHuut I n. '

Citrus Commission to Ad- .I Horrr t cold commencement exlf -:I a bond Issue for erecting an ,a. I. !
:[ **VeClrf.#* **.-nG. Twidaj'+{'ItofMm or ovmnmlum, or both, Sand
minister Provisions 1 .,
June i nd Refllanfl 'commencement -
convening the present '
of New Laws exercises will be held on I Into a cafeteria Chas KM"nanlum G 1
Wedne \'. Jim" 4 i
Turner of Homestead, rhaiim uf
The Persian lime maturity and Bot :'i-'Lv" have jumoi-senioi' !j tne board announced at t>-r n.
advertising bill have been parsed bsnqup' 'might. | lillation meeting of the Himu

by both houses of the legislature lead P T A. In Neva King C'H p.

exactly ai they were drawn by :'RETAILERSWCK: er The auditorium districts Wednesday bonded indcbterl night! ;'

South Dade's committee of growers i
teas could be increased to the i. A
and shippers, with the exception YEAR'S OFFICERS 'tent of SWOOO and still stu\ ii III hn t
of an amendment tacked on i i the law :Mr Turner ad!

In the howe and clarified further Because taxable values in n-
by the senate. 111 \ ADOPT RY.LA'VS leasing, the bond issue might not
necessitate an increase in milluKe
This amendment as passed by'I'
and at most would not add mire
the house, exempted from provisions i SATURDAY, MAY 24, 1941 I ByIawere adopted and permanent than one mill, he said The ,Indebtedness -

of the bill any small grower;, officers and directors would be extended uv-
who and sells less than 10 1 j elected by the Homestead Retail er a period of 30 yearn and no
boxes of fruit. I,40 Per Cent Fewer 1942 Iodels i PerhapsBut Merchants Association Monday payment would be required ihr
night in the Cafe
Tropical ,
(Continued on Page Twelve)
As clarified by the senate, the
1 I Officers i are P J. Franklin,
I amendment states that the No-New-Car Talk Called Idle prea-
dent: Howard Johnson
ioni of the bill shall not t vice-ores-
---- - -- - 'I --- I ident, and James Wollam secretary \\V ALTERVEISS\
any grower
Reports that the automobile In
and treasurer-all of whom
more than 10 boxes of SENTENCE
LIFE I dustry's program for 1942 will be had been serving in temporary r
a nually and who himself IS NEW\ OWNEROF \
lame in lest than one-box quan-' cut out altogether are Just Idle status since organization of the
(Continued on Page Three) 'I FOR FRUIT TRAMP i' talk but there Is no doubt that It association little more than a
I month ago. Directors in addition FORD AGENCYWalter
1 ; 'will be curtailed materially by the
to the officers : W H Woods,
Glee Clubs to Present i I'WflO\ SHOT RITCH i I needs of national defense, said Joe L. Burton, J, W. English W __ I

Church Program Sunday Preston B. Bird, local automobile|V Bush, Bevo Webb and Herman Weiss, formerly of Saddle -

; I I I II dealer, In a talk before the Home-,Marks River. N J., has purchased
The Girls' Glee Club and the Life Imprisonment at hard labor stead Rotary Club Wednesday |, Plans for weekly observance of the Homestead Ford agency and

., Boys' Glee Club of Homestead was the sentence meted out to I I "The program for 1942 will be,Appreciation Day were furthered garage from Donald Neese and is 1
High School will present a -'I and crowd of 500 saw the second
program Win. Phillips, 43, "fruit tramp,'' determined by the availability of i, a now actively in charge :.
of sacred music in the i I men and materials," Mr. Bird said.I!award of a Thursday afternoon Mr. Weiss has been with the
Homestead Methodist Church I who shot and killed! Hiram Ritch I I"Certain materials have already1been ]prize in Legion Park yesterday Ford Motor Co. since 1924, but
Sunday evening, announces Mrs. and wounded Alec Lanier and W.j jI engineered out of the 19421 when Mrs. J M French of PrInce. prior to that was In the tractor
;N. B. Mills, director of both clubs H. Simmons In Simmons' bar In models i i lion was declared the winner of business for himself He was con-

!)I Homestead on March 10. j I "It may be that production, $40. nected with the tractor division of
Judge Richard H. Hunt, who sentenced which was five and a quarter million -! the Ford company from 1924 to
110 CARS OF PIPE Phillips after he pleaded i cars this year, will be cut as I 1930. In 1932 he was made sales ',.
nolle contendre and waived jury::|much as 40 per cent to permit WOODSON BUYS promotion manager of the Edge-
trial, said that he woould have the automobile factories to carryon I water branch and was there until "r{
AWAIT STARTOF sentenced him to death if there with manufacture of tanks, air- BUILDINGFOR last year when he became man
had been the minutest evidence plane motors, trucks machine FUCHS ager of the Lincoln and Mercury ,

PROCESSINGBy ''of! premeditation. '!i I guns etc, for defense pre paraItions. -! !{I division of the Green Island N. t
The man who went beserk In I, But automobiles are necessary $5,400 CASH JY, branch. '.
I I the saloon after Ritch made gooda in the transportation phase Mr Weiss was raised on a farm I
tonight 100 carloads of 18- statement he was "man enough;l,of the defense program. One mil- 'and la tractor-minded he says I
Inch pipe for the Key West aqueduct to put Phillips out of the bar In I,lion additional cars will be required The Chas. T. Fuch, Jr. store !'The opportunity to get back into .
will have been unloaded at what was thought to be goodnaj j e'' by defense workers to get to building on S. E. Flagler avenue I.that phase of work "on his own" I .
the treating plant in the Seaboard tured by-play, was revealed at a and from their Jobs-workers who I twos one of the attractions of the 1''.
yard. There will.be a total of JOO drug addict at the hearing. I'had no cars this year The coun- was sold Wednesday to W. W.I farming area of this section, he ,
tar of pipe.Coating 'I try requires normally 2, 00.000 Woodson, operator of grocerystores !Jlld. 1I i it
and lining of the pipe JUNIOR PLAT THtSDAY I,cars for replacements annually, but at Princeton and Goulds and i Mrs. Weiss and their two children ,
will start about the middle of nextweek "Going Places", Homestead\\if we have to we can get by with formerly owner cf a store In I a girl of four and a yearoldboy. I.
Mid W. E. Ryder, president High School Junior class play, will i i i i 1.546,000 replacement, It i* esti Homestead. The purchase price were expected to arrive ,"- i
of the Standard Asbestos Manufacturing be presented Thursday evening, mated. That means we can get ,wa $5.400 cash. terday to join Mr. Well They
I fat
and Insulating Co. who Mar :t, In the school auditorium I along with about 2.544.000 can in I Mrs. Eleanor Froacher and Un. will occupy the Vlangus residence I
BOW has taken active charge of the under the direction of E. B. Black- 1941 or about CO per cent of "Fay Holcorah real estate dealers,' N W, First avenue and 14th
contract burn normal production" handled the sate. ,street

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..++.- ++++.+++.+++.a''carefree' day lone tide In about half the cooking Little Elsie:"My papa'I minister not I really lawyer; *
I time. A steak one-Inch thick will ,and that U test." tieet law. But my "
I The technique of preparing the ,
i lawyer minister became
Little Grace: "My papa* I
be done In about 12 to 15 min
Hints 1 steaks not be overlooked. The
toHQusewives and never
, and that' best too. !
utes. When browned on one aide *
la successful the steak "
picnic M ai
i I U 10. -Ex.
Little Elsie: "No your papa say 4n
I Is perfect season, turn and finish broiling. I I .
l To broil steaks out-of-doors, The deUciousftes of steak doneto 'I I' .
build I large fire and let It die a turn and eaten out-of-doors
i I to a mass of red, glowing embers'advises !la sufficient I in Itself, but we also. ; Let Us Auto-Sway
. '' Inet S. Wilson, home''enjoy accompaniments to Its good- I
f. a + + +++-+++++++
economist. This i* important a* it net A fresh garden salad of lettuce -; Squeaks Away
OIT-OF-DOORS STEAKSNot i give the slow, even heat that i* tomatoes, cucumbers, radishes I' ,
,best for broiling. Place the steaks(. and slices of onion lightly towed I
until the the first picnic of'on a rack far enough from the and.served in a big bowl with i REDLAND SERVICE
the season I I. spring a reality. One coals to keep them from cookingtoo another big bowl of crisp potato i
"Spanny" buna. Prop
whiff of sizzling steak ana an quickThe steaks will be:chip are the most popular accessories I '
AT Mowrjr SL .
open wood fire with the freihneisof more juicy end flavorful if cooked French bread, too fits Into I FUflrr *
awakening earth bids farewellto slowly at a moderate temperature.The .' the picture---a* does the bottomless , '
winter and welcome more steaks ahould be brown on pot of coffee, _._
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i U. S. Government


Accepted Here


Pillsbury Flour, 20 Ibs. I

Over Sea Large Tender PEAS, 2 cans

Del Monte Coffee, lb. 21

can 14c'J

Dill! PICKLES i quart - - - 13c: American SARDINES, 2 cans.. ... .

3 II). can "

.n .a.Iilli1f1P' Q.IY.DI"II' At:: t "':I( MR<:";aoo; MoJJJ>!j" "Wo. ;p.7''rU

II S 17 T GAR 5. ib.i-9': -1

--.H .bW-; u.'I1! b IfoJ>!tl "'-

Beef Chuck Roast, lb. -


I I PRE3IIER Cod Fish, Ib. box 30c.I BEST White GRADE Bacon, Ib. II

i I Tender,Juicy STEAKSSWINESAP i or lb. 1


Apples, 4 Ibs. 25c PINEAPPLES .


CABBAGE, lb. 2c 3 Ibs. -



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. _Friday May.23,1941 .v> THE, HOMESTEAD ..LEADER-ENTERPRISE Pare; Threw

Preston Bird Jr. Memorial Church to Honor Its I mission and has spent much tin
In Tallahassee in behalf et UM lime
Graduating MembersAt I
I I : bill said that after the bill be-

FOR MRS. SAULSFuneral Is One of 92 Awards.Made at H. lie S. I comes law the citrus commission

the 11 clock service Sunday will meet and make the necessary

The Preston B. Bird Jr" trophy last three yean they won three the Homestead Presbyterian I I'regulations I' for administering I the

I : for v portm.nihlp at Homestead district championships and won 23 Church will pay special attentionto ''law, then give ample public

services tor M r s. High School WM awarded yesterday out of 27 games played. its members who are notice and conduct an educational

Bessie Lee Sault, who died in the'I to Charles Connor H* was I Tennis letters for girls were I ing from high school and IRdutt-1: campaign before starting rigid en

James Archer Smith Hospital on selected by a committee composed ,.'presented: Theresa Redd, Ath- The pastor, the Rev I forcementOne

Tuesday, were conducted Wednesday of: three acuity members, B. M. ley Kemp, Marjorie Connor' HildaDodson I Ricks, will preach a sermon for I of the bills passed requires

afternoon In the Homestead Hindman, R. J. Heater and Coach'' Louise I Pierce and Dora I them on "Developing a Sense of ,la 40 per cent juice content before
Methodist Church by the J. Bteler. two seniors Trance thy Sullivan manager I I Destiny". and Dr. Carl F, Robin 'i limes may be marketed and provides -

Rev J. J. Richards, pastor of the IT.. and Archer Dodson; and' Cheer leader letters went to: son will play special music. !I an Inspection tax of four

church. a Junior, Wave Morton James Wtva Horton, Charlotte Ceroni- I Imo High school seniors who are to ,I cents B box to finance enforcement

i Burial was In Palm Cemetery at I Sullivan and Fred Fuch received Frances Lamb, Betty Jane be honored are Miss Dorothy Bchrens. The other bill provides for

Naranj under the direction of honorable mention for sportimanahlp Meybem, Eldred Gilmer and Roger Miss Wanda Sickle, Mm I an advertising tax of four cents a

Turner Funeral Home. I j I Glenn I Elizabeth Craft and John Brown. I box to finance an advertising program

Mn Saul was born In Ocalain This award was one of B2 made I The Class of '41 was warded A token of recognition will be The new lime laws will be

1886 Most of her childhood : In assembly by Coach Bleler Mia I'I the W. D. Lott memorial cup for sent to Miss Virginia Frick and i administered by the citrus com-

however was spent In Daytona Josephine Cook physical education Inter-class basketball Miss Sue Robinson who are seniors I I mission 1I

where she lived until few yean teacher for girls, and Mn.I 'I Announcement was made that I II at Stetson University and H 'I I

after her marriage, when she Charles Robertson, Edward Tom- H. Graham and Marlon PluiVimer
W B Mills, music I director.Letters I I t iiI
moved to Homestead {I, for vanity basketball telin and Billy Forte had won the who are seniors at the University i' Cirr

She was a member of the Homestead three-man basketball tournamentGold of Florida. I
{ went to: James Sullivan, co-cap I ....
E Methodist Church and for tain and member of the all-state pins for third year music

many years was active In the missionary I team; Ralph Delllnger co-captain were given to: Athley Kemp,
: i ffir.
society of the church. I and member of the all-district Frances Rutland Don Done, John LIMEJULL Leonard W. tlaakln

Death followed an Illness of and the all-state teams; Charles Kuhn, Paul Rue, Bruce Scott Hubert ,,1 I GLASSES )
nearly a year. Connor, Fred Fucha Lester Archer Smith and Charles Steffanl II pai4.llilM In h. 1..ln....... 1 I
i Continued from One
( Page )
Mn Sault Is survived by: one D. L. Bowen, Elmer Martin, Silver pins for second year music 'I : Pilling and Rrpalrint *l

daughter, Miss Nella Sauls of'I Charles Robertson, Matt Ballaro* were given to: Vara Rheney titles In the local markets for local I Ida N. t, rim ML, Miami. ". I

I Homestead; three sons, Loyd Sault Don Done; and the manager, Harry Grletje Terburg, Marlow J Jacobwn consumption .' Completely Air Cndlllnd,
cI *"*"*** of South Miami and Elton and t Martin Robert Spear, Frank Rice Lewis The amended bill has been sent I K

Earl Sault of Homestead; two sisters | In the past six years Homestead Murray, John' McLean, Dave and back to the house for concurrence -

Mrs. J. W. Bennett of Port i has won 96 out of 106 games Jack Barnes, Harry Bishop, Lamar .i to the change In the amendmentand

Orange, Fit, and Mn H. F Bick- played, and In the past four years, Dickinson, Frank Hausman, Tom by this time may be awaiting NEWT. G. BALL

" ers of Lakeland; and one brother,I 80 out of 106 games The B team Hodges, Billy Jacobs Robert Kuhn only the signature of the governor

W. H. Morris of Arcadia. has won 4S out of 8S games playedIn and Elmer Martin to become law according to Luther -

The pallbearers were: Dexter the past four years Bronze pins for first :year music L. Chandler of Goulds chair- NOTARY PUBLIC

Home, Ivan Moser, J. W. English, I Letters for varsity baseball were given to Bellegene Bullard, man of the growers and shipper.

I J E. Close, B W. Morris and R. B. went to: Co-captains Fred Fuchs Doorthy Sullivan, Virginia Wal- committee that sponsored the bill

Brown. and Richard Caves, and to James ker, Frances Foster, Hilda Dodson, Mr. Chandler who is also chair- Fire Insurance and

Sullivan, Edward Tomerlin, Ralph Dorothy Sullivan Virginia Wal- man of the Florida Citrus Com- .
fred and Warrene Severy. Yates Kindred Lines
Dellinger, D L Bowen, Harry
Eaker, Charles Cowman Lynn -
Bowen, Matt Ballaro, Don Done schools Robert Sullivan wa

James C. Vann, Jr, .enlisted In Steve Biondo, Wilbur Caves and Theodore Orfanedes and Sur- runner-up Peggy Bird wa.- win-

the air corps Tuesday and was assigned I i the managers, Q. Lowe and Fred ry Rice. ner In the elementary school and IS N. Kroine Ave

to the Thirty-eighth Bombardment Hobart. I I The medal for the bed bands- Don Neely runnirVuf.

Group at Jackson, Miss. I Letters for Junior high basket- man for the year was awarded to ,
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Mr. Vann who was born In ball went to: Co-captains Flernoy I Charles Steffanl) and the medal 1

Homestead, was said to have been LoU and Billy Forte, and to Arnold for achievement In music went to, Real E.tale'slueR arc rising

the first baby born to any naval Mcllwam Felix Bullard, I Hilda Dodson. I Today dollar will buy far mon
World Dellmger, I Billy Brown was given an award
volunteer during the Steve Biondo. Bobby than a dollar will very soon
War. { Horace Goodmg, Lanier Whitehead for being champion In the marble Now IS the time to "get on

I and Sam Biondo. In the : tournament in the Homestead the realty rUe and to get

NOTICE: Or APPLICATION FOR stood Count of Dadr Rut of Floe.Ma. I d ahead" with the money you
141II TAI: DKEDNotfe The a.sssment of Mid p..porI under lave laid aside for a home purchase -
Notice la her..by sirs, that BnlllwfckIn I File No. 5411s j.h. Mid ..rtll...... Iuool w.s In the "al Small cash will secure
.. huloVr a. awla-not, of K.... ..... I. hereby sins that R.Illwkh" Unknown Unlu Mid nrtlftrntia ..h.1iI
Pnlnan TM Carl numbered 4W41. In*.. holder .. _I.... of City of Hum- *nk m.d ueordlni to law u< died your home bargain still BalI -
dated the tin day of Awuat A. D left stood Tn< (rrtlflcatea Numbered 8513. I will Inn thmon on the 17th day of I r once terms to SUit.
hoe IIM Mid wrtlflml* la ny 01'.... and 904. and III.A. dated tit 6th day il D* Jun*. A. D. I'll
.... mada application for a Ul dome t* crmkar. A. D.. lot?. ha filed mid *.r.tlflcatea Dated thai 191 h day of May A D. 1111E I t EDWARD STILING
th.no. In Mordant with law In ma otflco ..d hoe mad. application I H LCATHKRalANCkwk fsfdarrSf
maw rmHIrat* maraM the following d. for tax o-rd to KU* Ibrrtonin of Circuit Court RIALTOR
....IMoI proptrty, .It./ ..... In Did Florid.. mil lLat. .* the followlnt described proprrtyiltuatod I circuit Court ...1 III I Innocence Co.
?: and I,. r.... Adds. Plat In Dda Book 4, Pan lip located III Dart. Lot 14, Block I. Barbr Addition of (Mar U, M 1 o. Jose t. II. ll.l, -_.
County But of Florida. In the City of Honwatead County I .
Tb ._....nt of Mid proptrti linorr Dad state of Florida M .nbracdIn - -- --
the MM ... flcnt* .house was In the Mm Crttfcat. No. Itlt The aaana.nnl .
Unknown Unions Mid ..rtl...... ahalla of Mid proprrur undrr the aatdrrrtflrat I
red...... arcordlnl I.. law Ua and I Inurd was In the Maine of
will issue Ih...... on the 17th day ol C. O.
A. D. '"'. Lot S."ruHrVf. Jtmjlf.ard Addition
"Dated" this Itch day of M... A. D. I.4I. 'In the City of H..n Mrad. County. oft this with theIovest
..... Compare price
EH LFATHFRMAN >adi*. stale of Elands. a. .mb. InCrtirical
Clrrk ol Circuit Court No. l>44. The aunnnnntnf
Dad County, Florid mid property undrr tIe aild rill
Circuit Court Shot Jill luucd was In the n.m. or Un
By H. C. 8TF.RRETT. D. C kn..n. !
May U tl 10 Jun I. II "...) Ins 14. Block t. Royal Palm Ad.
dltlon In the City of Homntead.Couny .
of Dadc, elate of Morlda. a. PONTIIII,C PRICES
NOTKR OP APPLICATIONFOR embraced In Certificate Nn. .121 A.
TAX DEED Th. .._nwnt "f aald property undrr
Fll* S4 /HNotlra the aald ..rtlll...* .Maud was In BEGIN AT Until you actually compare the
la hereby ,I... that RalllwlrkIne the name of Unknown.
.. holler u a-lun*. of City of H..air. Unlna mid certificates shall b* ndiwnrnl >. price of a 1941 Pontiac "Tor.I''do" .
stood Tn *.. lent* a ... bored .....rdl.r to law tax dml .11 I Iluu' :
S7M dlM the fourth day at Jur thrr..... on the 4th day nf Jun. with those of other well-
A. D. 1920. ha. filed aHnrtlTI I A. D. 1911.I known loncst.priied
t .at. In my offlif and kai nad DOW this IIHh day of April A. D cars-you
application for laa .. anordanr with law Bald ...,Ir....... I F B. IFATHFRMAMLl .
I sell the following dwrlbrd pnnny .. ., tire,,M Court a Puntuc co.... And what
> .It...... In Had County, Floridato I Clrrut: Court "...LI tremendous difference in value
wit : fly N. C ITF.RRFTT D C R
1 of Hun. Ma\ f. S. 10. Uti I
Let I Hlnrk 1 h. Town I U1.13. in B Pon.i"c-gre."r
._.. In the City of HuinoMd. you get
I County of Dad. state of rlorlda. NOTICE Or APPLICATION FOR comfort, smoother performance,
The amusement of mold property nnoVr TAX; Dell:
the ..rtlli.... .k.u.. wu (I. th. anne of Ml I40D1Notlw increased prestige flm economy
Unknown Unla> .... wrtlfl. b hrWby ilm that BailiwickIn .
mote ahall ... i..lr.nid steel to law .koldrr .. madam* of City of H..nwatnd that challenges the best Ask your
I tax dnd will arm.. tiara>. on the 4th Ta> C.nlf/rau numomd 48... + Pontiac dealer to show these
toy of Jun.. A. U. III!. dated the llh dar of Urrrmbfr. A. D. 1W7 you
I Dal.4 tSia IWh day of April. A. D.. has filed Mid .....11..... In my ofllc*. and figure today,
I'''. ha mad application far > tax d..4 U
t R LIATHPRMAH law thrrrun In .-.".. with taw
Clrrk of Circuit Count. told e.rtlfl..nl. unbrac, the following, d*. DtliitrtJ ml PoxtHC, Mick
Dad sail
Circuit Court BM Poll to all i StaU Ux, optniul tqmpmnt
By N. C. ITFRJirTT D C. Lot .. Block t. Tat.mi a-Irr.d .ecesseries-extra Priers JiptaficttKHi
In the City of Hum*. .'COUPE *
May .. t. IS. II SO. IHI I Ton Addition I
subject to ftgt

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Four THE HOMFSTFAD: t EADER-ENTF.RPRT-3F- u _.. Friday, Mav 23, 1941

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, THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE .1w0210 "H)GHLot cH'I.S 6rf >to V-? 9i j LIBRARY FACTS

PuUhlwl/ PrMiri .< H.-... IT*..
kr UM south lted PublUhinf CMnpanrfnuml ,
as Mrond rUn mill matter AND FANCIESBy
II...* II. 111 at the east of tire .t
is. nwt.ad, Flurlda. ruder the Ml "I MRS. J. E. GAUZENSTTTYTVTTfTfVfTfVffVTTTTV

President ,lul Editor
__ _______ Secretary and T....ulwt t MMONS l EEL !!/V46 / I to I pm. Daily Except Sunday
7 to I Saturday Night
I. Did. c.u.tr.--______ II.M In a recent magazine article
outside of Dade OtMtr____ II.tt Somerset M a II' ham declared:

"Posterity may acclaim the crime
story (( the most characteristic
PoppiesThe Al A and remarkable feature of English

millions of bright red poppies literature In the first half of the
I twentieth centW'PI
worn tomorrow by patriotic I Perhaps the fans of this formof

citizens will be a tribute to the I English literature may be Interested

war dead as well as a tribute to I to know that 1941 Is the

our living disabled veterans. They I centennial year of this form of

will never again be able to resume aN/r/O'- Au FLLt.O.r writing. The fint detective story,
In the modern sense of the word,
their places among the em- I made I its appearance In Graham's

ployed people of our country and Magazine in 1841 The work was

yet they too have homes and Edgar Allen Poe's "The MurderIn
for. the Rue Morgue."
families to provide

in government hospitals they All While children's books have become .

work all year at making the poppies predominantly realistic and

which will be sold on Poppy o covas.rrow a l Informative, certain authorities
mgorunxwj believe that wise publisher and
for their benefit and the benefit
Diiy l I
UNCANNY educators will nourish and en
of their families. ,
I courage Imaginative literature
AL6XANOft2J7eg /NSTNCTM410 ,
1/ etc
since It Is the essence of good
Tiny red blossoms, fragile and i I DEO4'789 8"oqS/ R/ED /fu. Tame EELS //vOFaf&wDr 7HE : writing and reading,

sweet.Bloom I ,w F6/1/SA viq FLOW/OA &1V5 ,,' co f.Pzc10W ,e tTPfiontrlOf.4/ILFP Yq i l The book trade today believes
for a day on highway and j ,;ATE C '8IAA v",0,V /de/Gg2 f 'VP "ea,4 U/E eF IO.eN ry6EEAL I that children themselves have

street S6/t'EQl LN rHF UNyrEO SnrJS q.P/AY O44pN." +iivGAgTlieiTy Edtlt become realistic and are no long
In memory of those who've passed OE TWE SEq Vv,? I'/NO
on to rest. COLCitN 77/E F.2 NGNArc/1ff c'emag,, 7V 00y 10W lOl/l.Yl/EIT I jer Interested In fantasy Mist Virginia
.FVG AeSO 04040214 THE SPAN/SN i Kirkus says that moralizing
In honor of those who still do f&off? U/MCV Tveees
their bent l/2/I7Y-Ali ?r 7Y SAMr/'Be4-1. RB'mzv tfS 7//E Pwe1NTS 4legFTFQ fairy stories are still being published
&wArows/ 4919 77V/S i I but they do not have a

Those are the flowers that loving, dF.7To EELS Te 9P9h good demand.
hands make, q# s E sr ago wsfr I On the other hand parents

Marking and toiling for sweet I 70gJP6ir7 wCI CL6OfL/FB/ I'know the avidity of children for

memories' sake. 'the comic magazines and news..

Into the petals of bright crimson paper sections which certainly
hue I 1----- of its crude oil; that the Industry 'I about It. They are willing to give,deal Irr a gaudy manner with un..

Are woven the past and the present 1I CURRENT is composed of about 6,000 companies 'i continental Europe to Germany .realistic and super-sensitive situations
anew large and small, and approximately give us the Americas and they'll The success of Walt Disney
I 10,000 individual operators I take the Orient But their balloon with his stories and moviesof

They are but paper these poppies '. COMMENT and producers About 23 "went bust", as Secretary Hull fantastic characters and plot
red, of the companies are known. Integral said, in effect 'Nothin' doing" certainly Indicates that, after all!,
Made by a veteran in a narrow I .. concerns, that is, they pro. a the juvenile mind does want and
white bed ...w4'w"....."...,wuN -4'/NNwww/w.wwy duce refine and sell. It Is estimated Gen "Iron Pants" Johnson insists -I will I accept unrealistic entertain-l
I Ed......'. Not. Mr. Webb minimimnmnu that the capital invested 'ment.i .
Someone who's fighting ench day o. his .'C._......;. whether that our army Is not yet
of his life then b. to .._qmt w .. tartuK la about 15 billion dollars and properly seasoned for effective i
with his o.lnioi%. Address Mamnbration that Is to Just why should a statement
God grant him courage In his ..... employment given I war. General I guess you know
I to Aglow\ 11' Ill M. I. concerning books by Virginia Kir
struggle and strife. 890,000: menInformation. that shooting at them is a power-
kus have with bookseller
Here is Jai\n' opinion according I 0 iful seasoner weight
and librarians? What awkward
how to Asahl. a newspaper Indicates that the I ,
Only red paper poppies yet
I question about Grade Field was
which a great news bureau says federal government Is considering !
much they tell The American Legion Is renewing -,aired in the British Parliament
Of unselfish service and duty 11 "usually temperate", It accuses liquidating the WPA and turning Its agitation for the resignation last July What American actress -
us of "going headlong Into war this work back to the states so { ,
done well -or removal of Madame;
. the grim determlnatioon of ,I I has been notably success
the thus saved be used :
Tin) bright flowers made by money may Secretary of Labor Perkins You ful In depicting three of Bernard
Roosevelt to take the offensive
hand It Is true, for war purposes. Figures fur- have overlooked the adage that Shaw's characters?
Thai bloom for a day In memory against the Axis powers, letting nished show that on Jan. 1, lust when a woman won't., she won't''
loose American all the This Is not a quiz contest but is
I patrols on 14,693,000: men were getting work '
anew [-but they have been known to
of the world for just to Inform those who are Interested -
seas convoying through this agency; that In 1940 change their minds-on rare occasions '
1 her transports carrying war materials the number was 17,790,000 and :, .and under circum In personalities of today
You Tell on YourselfYou to Britain. ," that the year previous it was .'stances. proper I II i that the year book for 1940 of

tell on yourself by the friends :' e II' 21236000. The estimated budget i I I I |Current. Biographies has been received. -
You seek. I' Tobacco is not the only element for the current year was 97) The monthly bulletins for
I a recent meeting of the credit : 1941 also that it
are available so
that enters Into the making of million dollars
the mnnner In which I
By very you managers of business men of
I,your favorite smoke The Sanford Is possible for the\ patron to have
speak, the U. S. a speaker declared that
By the way you employ your leiI I Herald states that from its Celery It's all settled now: there'll be I I the ruinous practice of selling tminute Information concerning -
men and women in all
City Is shipped annually about
ure time, no war with Japan They have 'goods on "nothing down and III
I walks of life In all ot the
600,000 of the leaves of parts
By the use you make of dollar and pounds a everything all satisfactorily little more once in a while" should,
who 'attained
dim wild weed known as deer's tongue. ranged (for them) and sent I.be discontinued as being unsound world have news
I paper or magazine publicity A
You tell what you are by the, From May to August hundreds of trial balloon to see how we commercially for both seller and
men. women and children will photograph as well as little known
things you wear, buyer.
By the spirit In which you burdens I"roam o'er hill and dell" gatherIng -' ........,.."".......................?...."....... I Items are Included in the short
bear these leaves for which they 1 Children in -.1 One of the new war machines sketch of each person

By the kind of things at which get three and a quarter cents a I promised Is an armored car with-
you laugh. pound in the green The crop is i By Judge Malcolm out the cumbersome and expen- be finicky-besides, some people

By records you play on the phon-I shipped to Richmond Va., and -..-.....-.....-""-"....-."'''. live caterpillar base and other Im- have long memories and recall
ograph. there a decoction la made of It and CAPITAL AND LABOR pediments. You will have something -' that you yet owe us vast sums
By all the places that you chooseto sold to the great factories that use when you make one that will:, from that other war which we
go ,I''it at the rate of five gallons to the I Many discussions concerning Industrial appear before the enemy out of1 thought we had won.

By programs you pick on your hundred pounds of tobacco as a disputes canned on In the nowhere scream "boo" In stentorian -': I e
radio. spray to give added flavor to the homes of capitalists and laborers tone and mow him down i "It's a man's world," remarks

You tell what you are by the way "filthy weed". alike can not be conducive to while he Is trying to figure out,Mrs. Franklin D. Roosevelt "and
you walk good citizenship when they are "What the - I is that?" will be so long as the women
By the things of which you delight Here Is one of the places whereall overheard by the children of those I ; ; a I want It to be." Which cause

to talk I the people will help bear the respective families. Commerce Is built on the exchange the paragrapher of the Sanford

By the manner In which you bear burden of war: coffee and sugar Neither one of the parties concerned -, of one man' product or Herald to remark: "Well If the
defeat are down on the list of taxable in these disputes can hope I|handiwork for those of another,women want the world In the fix
By no simple a thing is the way I.possibilities coffee and cocoa, to make the relation of capital .that the first man can not pro It Is now, they are welcome to It."
you eat. five cents per pound each; tea and labor a series of effects and I duce and desires and needs. In .

By the books you choose from the ,ten cents a pound; sugar, one causes which transpire outside the I[ the last World War American 1 When the race track owner

well-filled shelf; I cent. realm of the human wilL The, textile mills were shut off from hinted they might close the track
In these ways and more you tell I 0 tragedy Is that leaden on both' their German dyestuff requirements -!lit the new tax rate held the

on yourself.So German propagandists and explainers aides sometimes Ignore ethical Ob1118t1011 -! so chemist set to work state did a little "hinting of Its
there' really no particle of I say that our President Is and attempt to avoid all and soon we were producing ours I own and said In effect "All right,
menage suffering, "hallucinations over reference to the personal moral I own dyes. Now a new topple 'dOlt them up; then we'll takeover I
In any effort to make pretense. I Greenland" and that he Is strivingto problems which cannot be escaped of many foreign product for medIclnal -' and operate them ourselves. i.
-Unknown bring on a war. I would'nt say In any private or public undertaking and flavoring use will ne-;And that was something else
that of him, but If he was to meeta today.As cessijate another effort to make again.
A* Adam and Cain were walkingby I war In the middle of the street long as both capitalists and us a telf-contalned nation. I j I .

the Garden of Eden. Cain I don't believe he would kick It laborers ignore the difference be- 1[ When Ike Tootleberry read that
asked, "Daddy, don't you wish we aside-or attempt to dodge It. tween right and wrong they cannot England I* aid to be Prejudiced the musical associations and radio
Jived 4n that fine place?" "We did a hope to Instill in their sons against 'our airplanes, of whichwe has adjudicated their differences

once, Son" answered Adam "but I A bulletin of the petroleum Industry and daughter the realization that have already sent several I|he remarked: "Thought they'd do

your mother ate us out of house states that the U. S owns those children owe a duty and hundred. Better bury your prej-i it; most alien do, and I didn't
and home."-The Progressive, 68 per cent of the world's motor an obligation to a Power that is I ludlcts along with some of your,!keer a durn whether they did or

Farmer I vehicles and produces 60 per cent higher and more eternal than any 'dead, for this Is a poor time to;idld'nt" Neither did I.Pave .

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l[ Marian Bassitt of Oberlin Ohio the Kendall hospital U now reported -
were -week-end guests of Mr. and,I to be out of danger. One
(I Mrs. Paul Reynolds of her daughters, Miss Nellie hcallk *
In and Ground: iGooding of Georgetown, S. C., ar-
Mrs. Oven Ekey of Lake Worth rived Sunday to be with her
will spend the week-end with Mr. (mother and left yesterday.Mr. Through
and Mrs. J. L. Hickson in Naranja.

HotnesleadI -___... I II and hire A. B. Lanfham I Chiropradti 1cI
FLORIDA CITYBy : of Eldred Fla. and their three
I I children spent the week-end visiting -I I
Mrs. W. W. severs Mr. and Mrs J. S. Caves.
Mrs. Albert Ferret, the former Mr. and Mrs. David Williamsleft --... ... I ILL
Mill Elizabeth Home left Satur- this week for an extended Mr. and Mn. Frank Stallings of I Mr. and )Ira. Edward Bishop ofEverglades UT h
day for her home in Ravenna, O., visit in Brownsville, Pa. Miami announce the arrival of an were Sunday guests
after a month'i visit with her parents li-pound ton on May 13 at Jackson at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Roy I .
Mr. and Mn. W. D. Home. W. I. FIsk has been ill at his Memorial hospital. The baby Chandler BE FREED '
Mri Home will meet Mn. Ferret home on N. W First avenue. hat been named Robert Spencer. ___ I
in Hendmoovllle about the first Sound reasoning urges that )0\
of June and after a stay of several Mr. and Mn. George Davis and I seek relief from burdensome II ;
weeks in Hendertorivllle will Mr. and Mrs. Win. Musselwhite Mr. C. E. Benschoten left FrI- baby of Miami spent Sunday visiting health, through chiropractic. Fin
for entertained Sunday Mr. and Mrs day for Eustlt after a twoweekvisit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. consider all the voluntary testis I
her Ravenna
to a
accompany J. A. Tindall and their son and at the : 1 .
Visit. home of Mr. and Mrs.H. Oscar Cloninger. mony one hears every day, concerning I
'daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. J. Derbyshire. I IMr. 1 ___ chlropractic'i bencfiU.An
Angus Tindall, all] of West Palm I A wiener roast was held Saturday -: then, remember that in almost atinstances
Mr. and:\frs. U. S. Devor of Tu- Beach. II I
New .. Johnny Becker and children evening on the grounds of Cliiropractlc'i benefit
cumcari. Mexico, are visiting Ricky and Norma, returned tho Free Methodist Church of'I came after hope was exhausteeIn
Mr and Mrs. O. B. Parker
at their Mrs. J. E. Davis U pending! the from Cape Sable Saturday. ''Florida; City In honor of' other health-seeking direction
home on North Krome avenue. summer with relatives in Nashville. !'District Elder and Mrs, R. J. Mil- Come, today.
They armed : 10 and
May expectto I '
The adults included
present -:
icmjin through May and partof Little Rodney Rohrer it reported I HOURS
betide the honor guests: Mrs
Jure :Mi De\or to be suffering from a mild attack
has been ter-
I Mr. and Mn .Howard Johnson of pneumonia. .Edith Tamblyn Mr*. John Cook, | 0:30 to 12:2to4:30:6to8: :
mm il) ipeimlendent and general have as a guest Mrs. Johnson's i Mr. Win Brooks. Mis. Naomi Dn- | Tuesdays: 9-30 to 1 12.: t to 8:30: '
''Ill.: :. for the Rock Island andS mother, Mrs Minnie Austin of 'no, and Robert t Sterlp On Sundaythe Militia Appointment '
< i P.'. lie Railway at Tuci r Mr Charles Becker returned 'I
nf'Mr. J
with the
Miami. group i'\ciptnn
"*. r,,1' "h" pat 28 years. Aft Saturday from a two-week visit Steele, railed on Mi- RivGoo4mg Dr. R. J. Elliot!
,,J. ik and m Miami with her daughters the
IHIO' a fishing tripin I :;;ddauhter. ,
J. R. Byrum Ruth ; at the Kendall 110'1'11.,1. : .
Mi Tonrrade
1" "- id I KIM waters he says Misses Isabel and Mary Becket ( ,
I left Saturday night for Anmton, '
Phone !UI-U
Sfutl' !U.ickn :.lie garden pot of I I I Is. C., where Mr Byrum's mother I I I Mr. Edith Tamblyn nnd daughter | 1I0 IElln1)FLORID..V
thl'p'l'd'! States and thinks a Billy Geronimo and Richard i i'I
Mrs. Fanny Byrum, is ill. : Jeredean. and Ain. Naomi ,
home I here would be ideal. Weller of Miami left this week
'I I,Dan and her niece Genes irl l'I I
Tom Brantley of Naranjn who to visit at Mr. Wellcr horns in Cline are attending a district conference -
Mrr J. C. Shelton of Pedernal la pending several month in .Wilmington, Del. of the Free :Methodist
New :Mexico a visitor to Horn- Fort Pierce was a week-end vis- Church In Lake Worth
stead for the four I Mrs. R. J. Shepherd will leave I _
Sunday to past visit with years Mr. and arrived itor here. Monday for her summer home in ..,.,.,.,00'.00..'..'..00 00'...._ ..........'..."....'.,.,,..............'

Mrs 0 B. Parker until the first Miss Virginia Hall returned on North Haven, Conn. i.
of July Tuesday from Fort Lauderdale ..
where she had been visiting fora The W.S.C.S. of the Florida City .
Mr. and Mrs E. A. Froscher I I week. Community Church held a benefit : i
Ire attending commencement cel- supper Wednesday evening. : i
ebrations at Annapolis where,. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Dunlop .
their son, Clarence is entering his I moved Saturday from Redland to I Mrs Ray Gooding who has been I J f :
third year in the U. S. Military their new home In Miami Shores. critically ill with pneumonia at hog :
Academy. Mr and Mrs. Froscher
will return during the first weekin Mrs. J. W. Perry of St Petersburg DR.M.A.BERGERDentist H.The I Ii
June and Clarence will accompany was a week-end guest of i
them for a visit here. Mrs. Virginia Edwards in Home-
stead. .
Mrs A. A. Payne;; ; will leave tomorrow I
to visit her soninlawand Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Maya en- stuffHOMES
Office Hours 8:30-1:30
daughter Mr. and Mrs. A. A. tertained at their home SundayMrs.
Reams Washington, D. C. H. D. Coppedge and daughter Open Evenlnsi Appointment :
Ann, and Mrs. Esther Ton-
Judson T Pickard who spent trop, all of Miami. First National Dank are made of.
the season i in Homestead left for
his Timer home in Minonk, Ill.,I' Mr. and 1\1-7: T. Prucha of Building
Monday, Miami and son Jimmy and Miss
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tllmmi"UIlIlltlUJI1II1I:1II!! ; : ( { : : : tween the> five mile I road areI':1'i|Commissioner Redd anxiously Mid IMUO wrtUlcaU thereon enthrone In accordance tho followln with law>, NOTICR FOB OP TAX AFPIICATION: DEED "I

1 bay . They also expect rushed up to Inquire If he was rrlbod property. altuntod In Dado County. File S410I ,

the three mile road from the Flor- 'I hurt Poucher smilingly asked if Florida, to wit Mode b torobr (too* that rUIHwItk.I
Lot II. HI irk 4. McClun Manor, Indo -
20 Years Agolijilllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll ida City canal to where It connects he had damaged the road badly City of Homestead, County of 'Itt.TBor 'SSSZZ IZtt .

with the rock road on the -SId Livingston made a very, The Dado aonounoot state of Florida of mid property under I rvrn.-.1.1 ft.m ii:

north canal . If true statement the ] tho mid cortlflrat bard ... In the DemoUnknown. ..rtlf.....* la air offlc*. and hoe .....
astounding .hall
Unkwa sold Certificate
I for deed
application tax to tow thane,.
!!1111I -"Homestead, it li believed other night to the effect that hehad ko redeemed according to law tax dad I i In accordance with law Said oerUttettaembrace
i will oMut thmon oa the nth day of the following described
will icon add to 1U already long I ana.
... ... worked the entire day However a.... A. D. 1841. ,
Tho ..I.* ff .. ar* toxea eves i any situated In Dad County. Florida.U .
boom from Ilkx' of the rUmoMeaa'lnlr I lilt of industries and professions no witnesses can be found I Listed ohio lath day of May A. D. IS41. I wHl

rlo> established ..*.. II lace by the opening of an undertaking E. H LEATHERMANClerk i iCI..ult SWU of BWU and BI
fact that of Circuit Court
_. ._ and Sid is mourning the ofgSWl4
*o the FtoeUa 11. and I of SE\ of
In the R. T. Jackson ihopMeuri Dado Count. SWS or Tract
-... Ort. 17 IMI who H>* Ha I parlor he can't convince anyone he actually Court Seal 'IurId"1H II cad l<4 of Tract II. Block I. HU
load L-- H. J Ruin F. P. McGahn labor..' I N. c. gTERRETT D. C. 'I ....1 Land Ore Co.. Bert too IS. T..... -
engaged In manual Juno _. II I'll..1 ship IT South Ran*. ID East. ton.tainlar. .
May 1> 1121"Thl. And J P McGahn, proprietor of Ma> IS. fl. SO
I 14 .la...
I I I -"Mr. and Mrs W. J. Clark and aera more or In OM
coming week will the King Undertaking parlors, I APPLICATION: FOR City of Homeatoad County of Dad,
left Wednesday for NOTICE OF Slated Florida.
family by car
mark the end of the scholasticyear Miami, purchased the buildingthis TAX DICED I Tho ... .m.rl of said proportr linaetth
for the Homestead high week and they expect to Jacksonville. From here the File I4lhlNotlco that B.lllwlckInc Certificate .issued was In the name of
la honey given
school, the graded ichool having have everything ready for business dren will go on through to North holder aa ...1.... of City of Ho....- cat Unknown* ih.ll be. redeemed U I.sacrdlnmow.
,' Carolina while Mr. and Mrs Clark ....... Tax Certlflratea numbered 10817 and lax deed will ..... thereon
closed one month previously . about June 1. . I loll. dated the Ird diy of June A. DIMS on the 4th
dar of Juno. A. D. 1.<..
The formal graduation exerciseswill _" A. R. Livingston left Mon- will go to Pelham Ga. has filed mid .."I'n... In mr .'. Dated Into Cloth dar of April A. D. '
....... fora tax
be held Monday night May ,,day for Washington D. C., on a i i"S.. L. Wright Is jest so enthu- tke.deed and to hone h. thereon application In accordance with IB41 E. B. LEATHERMAN. 1

23 business trip." Illadlc about that there boy what law Bald wrtllkatea rnih-ac* tho follow I Clerk of Circuit Court
:: . Dad
situated In
:Council met in regular session '! -"B. L. Bigger and Foy Hobbs arrived Friday he can t make outa County Ini described Florida property, to wit: Circuit:; Court Ilea).Dad Countr Horld. "

on Monday night last with are In Orlando this week attending bill of lading without stopping Lot 10. Block I. Freed Addition No. I, Br N, C. !TERRKTT, D, C.
Messrs the of American to tell all abouthim" In the City of Homealead County in of Dade May 1. .. IS. tl Si'. 11141.I
Redd Burton Little state meeting ,half K dozen times slate ,f Florida, .. embraced Crrlld

Tower and Sullivan present. After Leglomte They left Sun- rat No HID?. The assessment of. Hid
property under the Mid iwrtlflcat laauedV
the reading of the minutesW day, accompanied by Mr and Mr I -"On Friday night a farewell I. the Rome of Unkn"... !

R. Love was given the floor C. V. Barnes, and returned Thursday I party was given bv Mrs Mollie In Lot the S City, Block of H I,.meatead Fred. Addition County of No.Pad.It.. ARRANGE ROOMS

and he explained a plan for advertising ." Thomas and Miss Nina Sutton in gut ..f Morlda. .. embraced In Certlfl

our section which he has I -'S. S. Horton left Thursdayfor ;I (Continued on Page Seven) cat property No under 107(15 thesa/d Th* assessment crtilrat*of issued laid

pent quite some time on and Pelham Ca. where he has - -- - --- w.. In the ...... of Unknown ; FOR NEW BEAUTY
NOTIC 0*> 4." WATIOSI certificates hall ht redeemed .
I II Unless mid'
which he wanted the council to' a packing deal. I I FOR TAX np!'nI Recording to law tan deed will

back. . Mr. Loves proposition : While attempting to ford a I File S 4 Issue thereon on the 17th day of Jun., I
I 1-
was to print ten thousand maps newly oiled road with his; bicyclethe I Notice.. holder. U aa nm.*.lonr given. ..f that City of P.lll"lrkInc H"meitoad -. A'D i..J't-:1o: lath day if M'.v. A. D lOll Rearranging Furniture Can

with illustrations and appropriate other day M. H. Poucher, Ta' Certificate Dam bared. E. K. LFATHERMAN I
day rot I Clerk of Circuit Conn
ItiM doted the fifth PT Create Stylish Interiors
text matter about Homesteadand our genial electrician somehow umberA.. D.. IH21 Mo flWcrrtiricalo mid Dam County Florida
distribute In ofle and. hot m.do Circuit Court Seat
these in the southern When he himselfout mif
lipped picked application for tax sisal. to I.'ur thnml By N. C, STERRETT. D. C
states on a trip he Is to make. of the oil he was a candidatefor In acrirdanr with law Raid r..rtlflc.l. (May H IS. SO. June I, 18 1011.' I Room arrangements: are pretty
Also there would be an advertisement washroom tho following oracrlbnl a matter
some of the Larry SemonFatty I rrtr, situated. In Dade County NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR I
In the Traveler Guide'. a Arbuckle comedies When to wltl TAX DEED '" ,mmttr7'I

publication of the Miami Motor Lot I. Block S. Miami Und a FI"'ld.1 I I Chapter l74S7-Arla. of 1911 I are (era -
r... Co.. .>.. 17 wn.hlp .7 File A 4 M Ifmuch.w. of bJ)
Club. .
I. S.
NOTICE or APPllr4TIO. FOR I Range I* F.t ......I.ln. Niitlce ta hereby (two that I which
-"O. M. Jackson and L. X. I TAX IKFI) I coon a ..... I. the Cho 0' Hoene Awry, holder of State and County Tax arc
File 14171Nitlro of D.d., State .f Floss'M. Certificate No. 1-107 Issued the 7th day : in ar-
stead. County
Hendrlcks of Miami representingthe la hereby (Iran that RilllwkliIno / .. of August, A. D. IMI 1,.. fled. some In furnishings '
Tatum Brothers companywere holder .. ...1...* of City of Horn. ; The .._.....1 of laid property under my office, and hit made application for I in a room
seed T>< lertlfleat/ inhered smldated loud In the name cfunknown. a tai deed to bo Issued thereon Sold
business visitors In Home- the ath dar of Deretnber A D. 1(27hai Iho cortlflcata. gives waa Mid ..,,".. eertiflrot* embrace* the following d- i to provide that interesting nm.
itead Monday. The Tatunu are filed Mid eertlflral*, In mr olflr. and rata ihall he redeemed according to Uwti scribed. property In the county of Dade, : I'lIcll1..hkb Is Immediately noticv
liai nude application for a tax deed to Mad will Mow thereon on the 4th But of rlxrloa. to win able and admired.
thereon In accordance with law. Lot in, Block a lubdn I
planning to build lateral ditches IMUO J A D I 4Inited hi. '
da of aior:
said, eertlflc.to mhrare the following d;. I < that th day of April A. D..I I War IMI and lat Hook 1.: Pairs of things make pleasing ,
through a portion of their property .." .bed. property. situated In Dado County, Pat 177 In the County of Dade. roomarrangements
north of the north canal be- Florida to wit 1141 state of Florida. I -a pair of chairs a'
: | Lot IS Block Fread. Add. No tIn I r B. IFATHFRMAN: Court The assessment of laid property under hair of lamps a pair of end tables,
the City of Hime toad"Gaunt; of Clerk of Circuit the Hid certificate wai In the some of i pair of throw rugs, a paif ofnicknacks.
Dado County
n..... State of Florida. t! Mr. Elisabeth Fv.ni .
TAX DFED Tho ._....t of said mwrttr under Court sent.By Unless Hid certificate shall h* redeemedaceordlnff
File 14017 the said eertlflrat hued was In the ...... N" C. STF.RRETT. D. c. / to law. the property described.
Notice la hereby given that DalllwlckIn Unknown Unless sold certificate thall I Noe .. 9, _, 55' to, 1941.1I therein will be told to the hlune.l bidderat I Stand Just out-
.. holder aa assignee of City of H,me. I B* redeemed according to law tax deed. the Court House door oa the tint Mon aids of the
mod Tax Certificate. numbered. 1140 will loon thereon on t1" day of NOTICE OP APPI.ICATIOH FOR doe In the month of July. mi. which It
dated the Sth day of Juno. A. D. 117 ... A. D. 1041 rT I TAX DEEDFllo the 7lh a>y of July 1101. room study.lag .
hoe filed. Hid certificate, In wiy offloa '. Dated this lath dir of Mar A. D. 10.1. KltlI D.1ed this lath day of M... A. D 1141E. .
ha. mad application for n lax deed t E. H LEATHERMAN. I Wake la limb given that Bailiwick B LEATHERMAN it carefully
Issue thereon I. .....rd....* with .. .1 I Clerk fl Circuit Cot,rl. I| Inc. holder .. apiHraM of City of Home.otaad I Clerk of Circuit C nrt. Note its
aid .""..... ....h.._ the following .. "'* County, r">rldHr <. Tax Certificate nuntbmd. <>I8. Dade County. Florida site, ha shape
arrived property situated In Dad County I,I Challis. tour >., dated the 4th day1 Juno. A. n 1.2II Circuit Court ...1
Florida. I* wit C ( C. I I has filed. sold Oftlll..... In mr .".... and N. C. STERRETT, D. C. and partita
Lot A. Block I, Tatum P.idied.1 ., II M ': Juno I, _II mtD. hoe made application for a tax deed to 1May 14. tI''to. Juno a: 1941.1 laxly Its pecn-
Addition In the City of Home.tadCountr I -- -
of Dad*. state of Florida. I.rltl.0 site, shape and location
Tho a..e..mnt *f said property under of windows, doors, the fireplace
tII. sold *. luued ... In the nameUnknown 11 11I
V.l.M Mid ..rtUk-..* shall I! recesses In walls, etc

W rtdeemed acoordlni to law. tax deed ] Build
a competition around tntertttinir
will b.u* thereon on the 17th dar of -
June. A. D. 1141Dated I thing. Make the various
this lath dar of Moy A D '" individual arrangements In the
E. B LEATHKRMANClerk ,I'I'1 room balance with the arrangement
of Circuit I "
Dado Cou.tr rlorlda. M a whole.
Circuit Court Seal '
By N. C. 8TERRETT D C. Make ytnr
(May I$. !s. SO. Jun. S. II. 1011 I I UseRedland , : :. !1 1i room arrangements -

FOR TAX DEED I view from
Fll. I40M I
Notice .M hereby given that Bailiwick.toe. your window.
holder m ...I.n.. 0' City of Hum".t I* easily pos '
. .d T.. ('en/fic.te numbered sible.
97a3A doted the Ath day of I.brr )oo l
,., 1021. h.. mid
A. 0. tile i Take Into
., consideration the number
nrtlf/rote I. .f office. and .d. Brand
application for tat deed to Mow thereon. >f people who are to ni. awm I
la accordance with law Raid coetlllrat I i and what they will probably I
.Bjioraeea the fallowing described prop. '
w doing when they are in the room.
",. situated In D.d. County, florllaI
wltl oulhrur up chair for a table of

Lot I. Block I. Porvenlr In the City bridge houldnt disorganize end
of H.t..d. I'ountr of Dade. Slate destroy the beauty of a room.

of The Florida aioeeunent of mid roprtr wider See
.. ... ... C your room not somuch
the "II"' issued In the name 0( Fertilizer :
(. H. G.II...... unless said Mrtllloal aa a *>ngl enclosure
.hall ko redeemed a and as to law but
aa a
lax deed will .....* ...._ M the 4th
dar o< Joe*. A. D.. 1K1Dated series of groupings I
this tHh day of April A. D., "0. that balance well I
E. B. LCATHEHMAN with each other with
Clerk of Circuit Court. '
Cou..,. Florida. walls rainy and I
Circuit. Court am4Dade loot as a '
Br N C. STKRHICTT: D. C On Your Groves background.
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Fridav. TvTav 23.. 1941 THE HOMESTEAD LEADER-ENTERPRISE Pace Seven

11101111111I111111I1111I111I mlllllllllllllllU'grove properties, left Tuesday -r- tar' and mental, place upon men
morning for their home in Elk- I !land{ women everywhere the necessity -

20 YEARS AGO I hart, Ind."Lois ," I of raising their defense

Chamblls left Saturday Rcdland RattiEr I I to counteract the shifting world
'power of today, both moral and
night for
1IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIInllllllllllllll I Ajnericus, Ga.. to
,spend several month visiting relatives DORA SCOTT and ILA JEAN. IBM IN, Editor I I I spiritual forces are the most stable -
Six elements I believe that we
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honor of Miss Mary Lawlor, who B Tower I a

left for her home in Atlanta, Ga..''Frid r'i; ; i from Pensacola returned, One Nation Indivisible I omnipotent. lie is' termed their I closer co-ordination between both
I political and labor parties. and
orrSaturday night. i where he spent the week attending dictator.
:also between capital and labor. It
Rufus Schutt and Dr. S, S. a physicians' convention ," Some time ago we announncedlthat I|, "Our BiU of Right offers us
11 time for to forget political
a us
Shields left Tuesday morning to i -Mr, and Mrs M. Q. Bullock Graham McElroy had won greater liberty than any other{ and
I personal differences strive in
drive through Detroit Mich :' and three children arrived In second place In a county-wide country or nation in the world today -
|lone great effort to del -
(Florida City.) Homestead last week and essay contest sponsored by the It provide for freedom of preserve
are now I There can not possibly
Women Auxiliary of McAllister I jmocracy
living In the speech, freedom of the press and
-"Ed Brooker hat about decided house, for-
I be future freedom for private
Post of Veterans of Foreign wars. any
to Sid merly occupied by O. D. the right to free worship. We can
sue Livingston Taylor.
forlibel enterprise or for labor In America -
We think there is for !
Mr. Bullock a message interpret our Bill of Right as
slander third formerly lived in Me-
degree mur- ,unless they both unite now to
I in this which
I everyone essay, follows ;
herrln Va. :
other has bought IS
der or come thing It hap- reads follows i preserve the greatest freedom on
I as :
pened thu. Sid was peacefully r acres on the north canal and will ,| (1) The right to life, liberty I{earth--Democracy. and to make
fishing and had got a bite on big plant it to summer truck. . "I "When the greatest influx of and the pursuit of happiness our nation the 'One Nation Indivisible -

line A* It was a promising lookIng -I I' are--'Mr. and Mrs W 'L. Dillon: Immigrants came to our .hol'e.1 (2) The right to health with liberty and justice
place to fish, Ed started to now occupying and enjoying during the early part of (3) The right to proper housing for all: "
throw the anchor overboard, but: their new home on Eighth street"I enteenth century, they : (4) The right to an adequate I
the fluke caught in his trousers I (Florida City) the purpose of seeking political education,

pocket and overboard they went,I"Mr.. and Mrs. Hobart Brock- economic and religious freedom. (5) The right to a job

determined to come to the top ett and family left on Thursday I For a country to offer advantageslike (8) The right to leisure. recreation .

and the anchor equally determined for their home In North Haven, these they had to establisha and to all cultural opportunltie .
Conn. They completed the form of government to preservetheir .
to reach the bottom. Thenit building I I *
was that Sid cruelly yelled, 'Let of their new and attractive ideals a government of the I II (7) The right to security 1 ,

that guy drown. I've got a bite home on Eighth street and occupied I people. A democracy was established "If we can only consider these

and I don't want to be disturbed it about a week. They expect and has lived until this various state privileges as onh

.' M to return early next fall:' very day. I supporting branches of our notional .

-"The grocery on the comer of, -"Ruby Leach left on Saturday "Democracy must have not government, and unite them

Flagler and Krome avenues, own for a vacation In Kentucky." I merely a past, but a future, not we in America will always be-

ed by W. H. Cole, has been pur- (Florida City), I just a tradition, but invention It I prepared to meet any emergent rav 1141 will be a banner

chased this week by J. J Bur I -"Mrs. John Leach will leave .I changes from time to time as situations whether it be of an economic .>i travel r..t. Ut your Florida
nett of Howell, Ga. Mr. Burnett shortly to spend the summer with cause it to-that i I. democratic social nature I Motor lines sod Greyhound stoat plan

has been here several weeks with h her son near Harrisburg Pa." wisdom; but the principle "In America, the gains of our your summer trip lor you now Traiupoe.UHoa .
his family, visiting L. R. Pen- (Florida City). I on which it is founded will always nation should be Justly available I holelo, lo.hlMolao; all arranged. !.

nlngton and likes the country so 1 -"Mr. and Mr, G. Sweeting I i remain permanent Democracy to the American people. True and .....*. tavlnf time and moner Avoid

much he decided to stay (are the proud parent of a fine I is not abandoned in a time ,unconquerable democracy has dlMppolntmente and receive bens ae.commodatlooa .
-'A big crowd went fishing on ion, who came several days ago," i I of crisis A democracy that fears lived only where religion has' at your favorite vacalloai

the reefs Thursday with the Rob (Princeton). ': power whether it be of externalor taught a Cod of mercy, truth, and | spok Phone. writ or call the Florida

erts boys Among those going j I"E.. Z. Crowley, who Was assistant Internal origin, is on Its way )I justice It is only I when a democracy I Motor Uses bevel a........
were H. A. Cameron, T. J. Sis cashier of the Bank of to dissolutionment, For example, expresses such qualities as

trunk, O L. Strickland and sops, Homestead in 1917, before he entered I the French people were disunited : these List it will become one nation i| RIPI.AND: HOTEL

W F. Pennington, H. E. Conner, the service, returned Sunday the government was weak from indvibible In a democracy Flasher\'.. Phase 5e

and of course, Sid Livingston and to take up his old position .I within, and as a result when a the people should be grateful and '
Ed Brooker, I iW A Murphy who has been acting crisis arose they fell at the feet express a will to live rather thun iLORIPAMOTOslllMESTurner's

-"Mr. and Mr, J W. Robert ; in this I capacity has resignedto I lof an Imperialist.. The people, as merely to exist, as they do in .i
motored through last week from take care of his grove in the i II whole, were grouped into factions totalitarian form of government I II

Blakely Ga., arriving Monday. I Redlands" I working) against one another i I believe that only by a democracy I '
They are visiting Mrs. Roberts I -"Mr, and Mrs. Given Victor and not for the benefit of the I expressing mercy, justice I Funeral

parents, Mr. and Mrs E. D. Tay returned Sunday to Moberly Mo.,!''nation. As the result of Incompetent truth and freedom of sacrifice is

lor: tMr | where they will spend the sum- leadership and a trust in there hope for It to live. I tl-HR AMBULANCE; \" -1

and NfrsTH. t:-Price and mer." I I false security, the French people" "In the era in which we are Lady Attendant

family left in their car for their Ij I _MAt last the booklet for the were forced to barter with theirenemy living, when the attacks of airplanes Phone 564-R Home>te d,

home In Detroit Mich., after Chamber of Commerce have ar- I Nothing can be more and air waves, both mill .
spending the winter In Homestead rived and they do credit to Homestead dangerous to America than the

." ( too Printed by the Record I distrust of democratic authorityby -

-"Mr, and Mr*. Ora Neff who, Printing Co, at St Augustine, Its people.
have been spending part of the! they represent the best single col- "The founder of the Articlesof

winter here looking: after their or work done by the shop. . The I I Confederation believed that we .-on eoor.t
-"Mr. and Mr. Robert Cries- text matter was written by John could be free only if we were err w r.rmot.6"

back and daughter Gertrude, and I Moffett, who wields a mighty pen weak. However, they soon learn- So

Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Finlay leave . Those who wish copies to send I I ed that to be free, a country must "s.y.a r 1-r bs..n. .w.c

Saturday for their home in Cbl- to their northern friends should be strong Dictatorship do not .'O.OOr.. rata f P.osavrwwt
communicate with W. M. arise from of MNftlWfAW" .et/wrf hl.
lingwood Ont They will return Bradley a country power, .narpi-rTw..
who has them in charge. The but from a country that lacks wf+aaD TrMNMNWcooe
early next fall"' (Florida City.) I s co+r..a es Tal
Model Land Co Is to be thanked power. Out of their troubled uM lira o Tor wMTwr
-"E. A. Home, Jr left this'
for Its courtesy and generosity In time, their emergencies, their
week on an extended trip to Macon -
(printing these 5,000 books, at no chaos, appears their strong man-
Ga. During his absence!
cost to the town." I the man whom they believe to be
Chas Clinton will act as town

clerk." (Florida City.)

NOTIre n. Appi "TION
PI" 8,091 l
Moll.. is h.e.by siren th.t 1I.lIIwl
,_ holder as ..is"" or City or Nomeatead INS
Tex C.nlfir.ee sumborod
M" A. doted the) fifth in of D..
eemker. A. D, I tit?. hao filed Mid
certificate In ml office and h.. nod..rylkatka .. ELECTRIC RANGE tit
for tax deed K t"'.... thi-remi I IM I
accordance with law. hid rertlfke., I I
.. ( 7Yleasuttd
< the follow* described rnwmi >
.11....... la Dade County. Florida. I It ycaat4

wit ILnI 4. Block I. PoreeeJr. In tin '< Mean Guaranteed Used Cars
Dlr of Hmieiteed, Cxnintr of De.de. I
... of Florida.
Tk> awwMnt of now ronertir wider
tW certificate Hued .... In tin wane of
Howard R. Umk. Itwle .Mid erHH. I -
ease hall. bo redeemed emrdln to knrlu -
deal will home Wool on the 4tfcda first class condition.
of Juno, A .. 1MIhoted .
this l.:dar of April, A, D., I IMI -
) 1 1939! FORD STANDARD 83 COUPE S atcovers
Clerk of ClrrnH Court. I ; safety light. no reason in the
Circuit Court ileal.d@ Count/ FiorUa. 1938 PONTIAC TUDOR New paint ; seat you to struggle Cenftrry
Br N. C. tlTr.RIIFTT: D. C along with that old cook stove
Mar I. *. IS 11 10. IMI covers ; thoroughly reconditioned ; radio. when you can own this beauNew CALROD Surface Unit 1

1938 CHEVROLET DELUXE TUDOR One tiful and efficient new Hotpoint Cook With Measured Heat
Blectrio Range for so little
GLASSES owner; in perfect condition ; radio. mane)'.It,.a big value at a small EACH CALROD.* S Measured cooking Heats unit

1910 CHEVROLET MASTER TUDOR-Black cost that will pay you real dividend Cooks (aitor or slower, aa needed,
-To In better cooking results, but always ecooomkallv Calls are
Enjoy !
Accurate| finish; seat covers. new way to economise and leis aelfcleaninfe .

rsion 1936 CHEVROLET TUDOR New blue finish ; pot-watching Come In today.

plaid covers; reconditioned. Look At These TOP Quality Feature.

T....... new Improved HI.Speed .New Radiant. BreOwf Unit-lare.tr
1933; PONTIAC FORDOR SIX-A good buj.
Caked Surface Units,each with than e_.
1935: : CHEVROLET TUDOR DELUXE Steel S fttomavedl Meat o ff AlI-.c..II.aItI...
e Near S-H..t Thrift Cooker. with a New Indicating Switch Iwttoiis.BattleshHi .
brown finish.
top; FlavwfStal LM.e .
Goal violin nt..s '.al kaakb. New Aft-Ptirpwse ri.v-$..l a cwmtntcttwH. Frame I*
1931 CHEVROLET TUDOR and many othersto ..trlc.n,w.we.
"for all d life. team even'
pe, reu i. your w.rk Ad nod choose from. *Now CaIrN Baking unit with s f'ST as fire without lUwM.CLUNaieUctrtollcht. .

new Meat Del lectwr. a .
Dr. B. F. StebbinsDr. I

Bird Chevrolet Co.Oldest

L. W. Stebbins ,

1225 W. Flatter St.. Miami Chevrolet Dealer en Florida East Coast SMITH-GRAVES FURNITURE CO.

Phone S-U15 Homestead, Florida Telephone!

...1 I HOMESTEAD FHOM:: tiu _

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I . MB Social Events in South Dade Nouns J



23-H H.S. Junior-senior
will be the theme for ben, Mu Julia Sullivan, Miss banquet In Lion Den. i The Lion Den, gay with red, Ur Archer Edwin Booth, Joe By.
and which the Jewel Turner Miss Bertha Nil white and blue streamers, win be rum, Richard Caves, Charles COD
the banquet
May 23-1t. H. S. Junior-senior I
Hjuiman, Mist Helen Daniel. Miss the scene of the Homestead High nor Archer Dodson Elbert DoUr
Redland High School Junior claw Catherine Davit and Mist Helen banquet In Bamboo Tavern. I School Junior-senior banquet and Fred Fuch, Eldred Cilmer, I. T.

gives tonight for the senior class I Bixler, May 23-Meeting of Areme prom tonight J(,Godwin, Sheridan Miller, 'Jay

In the Bamboo Tavern In Home- I I.wad. I Members of the senior clau are Club with Mn. Ceo. W. Turner, I The long tablet will be decor- Newton, Robert Sykei, Ed ir4
The restaurant will be 1 Mitt Lillian Andrew, Mist Doro- Jr. In Redland. rated with red, white and blue Tomerlin, Elbert West and June
decorated In the national colon.I I thy Behreni, Miss Elizabeth Craft,1! May Presbyterian Church's I lowen. The centerpiece will be Sullivan. .
Red, white and blue lower will ; Mitt Mary Engle, Mist Marjorie annual supper at home of Dr. and I a battleship, and miniature battleships The Junior class include: Ills
be used on the tablet, and the Cavort I, Lewis, Mil Pauline McVicker ,! Mrs. Carl F. Robinson at 8.30. will serve at place cards and I iRosle Billelo. Miss Mildred Situ
will be small American flags Mill Wanda Sickle Mist June I May 24-Poppy Day. mint cups. ''Mist Annette Campbell. His
will Vrana, Mitt Merle Mize'.l, Miss May 26-H H S. class night I! I Mary Jo Close. Miu Marjorit
The program at planned The dinner will be prepared by
28 of Jennie Lob-
consist of: an address of welcome I Dorothea Lyons John Brown Bill : May -Meeting !:Mrs. W R. Anderson, Mn. Frank ,Conner, Bliss R.ta Dent Mist!; Edna -
dell Circle at home of Mrs. A. M.
O B. Chubb. Jr., Henry
the Buddy Campbell. Forte Miss Kathleen Fre Ran,
by junior president. Lolln.I B. Rue,, Mr A. E. Paul Mrs. D.
mdgren: a tout to the school :!I Dixon, Robert Fisher Leonard I H. DelUnger Mrs. James Nesbitt. Miss Barbara Hill Mill Viva
i fdciali by the senior president Greer, George Kufeldt, Truman May 27-Musical program of;.' Mri. C. O. Robertson, Mn. J. M Horton. Miss Betts! Kllburn, Ills
Homestead Woman' Club.
M sa Miry Engle; ictponoe by Dr. Milli Graham McElroy. Louis 28-Pot..uck m'etI I Forte Mrs. C. J. Parman and Mrs. Helen Norman MiAnnatxtPe-
I T. Pearson; toast to the trustees Price. Rex Romlne, Douglas May supper ,W. E. Rheney.I ten. Miss :ManPic: -: ,'e. MissSjj.
ing of University Club at homeof
by Richard Ball; response by Sweeting. Lewis Vrana R. B Mrs. Geo L.- Polk. | It will be served by girls from bcl Pope. :Miss: TI K-.i rt((fd.lns*
D. E. Buhor: a toast to the faculty Zinker, Jr. Clyde Swlllev, James ''the freshman clast who will wear Evelyn SjkiN M:> D.I. .- Th&p.son. .
bv Mitt Marie': Bar." '' t-uckev. Joe Lyons and Charles S May 8.28-Meeting of Redhnd W red and white and blue and white Mm Gr.n,,,, e TIC' \Ju4jte.nexa .
C at home of Mrs Frank
Principal Carl Wagner: a toast Thompson W. Stillman. i striped sailnr dressed. In the group Vann. M." :.1< : ." \'. n Winklc -

to the .seniors by Raymond Lee: Mtmlx-rs of the junior class! are: May 20-H.H.S. junior play at are: Alda Conner Clarice Dodson. Forrest Ec'i: D L Bj en,
response by Lewis Vrann, a toast I Miss Lillie Mae Campbell. :\11-1 S Betty Bailey Angela Ballaro. Doily Harry Bow'en. L mn K.iiion: ,
to upperclassmen by H. A. Amen: I Nellie Cash Miss> :Mary Crauswell. pm.May 29-R H.S class night at S Barnett, Shirley Doxtee. Theda Lewis Eaker. C ,.1 1 Fredfck, :
Miss Jfathallne Griffin, Miss Jewel Charney Garrett. Kenneth Clean,
and a response by Adolph Lopez. o'clock. Proctor, Marie Bell Virginia
!Mils Avis Bitting and Adolph I Hodge. Miss Annie Ruth Lee, May 31-Junior Woman' Club :Booker, Gloria DeMaria Virginia I' Barney Godwin John Kuh,', Q.
Lopez will represent'the sophomore :Miss Katherine Levy, Miss Merle May dance in Chamber of Commerce Kelly, Sue Moye Vara Rheney. Lowe Elmer Martin. Harry liar
*, and MIN Marie Rogers and Lott, Mill Dora Scott Mitt Eliz- building :Fay Skiner, Evelyn Sullivan June I tin. James Nesbitt, David Roberts,

Jack Campbell will represent the ,i abeth :Markham Mist Gertrude'I June 1-R. H. S. baccalaureate[Venn, Virginia HIlliard, and Betty I I i i Charles Robertson, Paul Hat
freshmen. I Odom, Mitt Mildred Reams, Mist service at 11.15 I II I I June Jenkins. Bruce Scott Charles Stcttani,
Present at special guest will I Eva Rosborough Mm Loll Vrana I June 1=H. H. S. baccalaureate I I Special guests will include: Dr. I John Syke and Ralph Dellln er.
be: Supt and Mn J... T. Wilson |I Miss Alice Wysong. Miss Lela I services at 5 o'clock. :'and Mn. Chas. G. Turner Mr. and I '
Dr. and Mn. I. T. Pearson, Mr. Ball Mist Marie Bashor Miss I June Meeting of Garden ''Mn. Frank L Skill Mr. and MnWra. MRS. LEE GIVES PARTY

and Mri. Chat G. Turner, Mr. and Sophie Borgardt, Miss Jeanette Club at 11 a. m. in Matheion J. Gerommo Mr. and Mrs. A. i FOR MRS. JOHN: GRAVES it
Mr. Ceo. Cooper, Mr. and Mn. Cox, Miss Marjorie Fogte Miss; Hammock. I I J. Campbell Mr.: and Mn. R.: J.:t, Mn. Cecil Lee entertained With

J. R Hickton, Mr. and Mn Her- n* Jean Irwin, Mill Carol I. June Meeting of Homestead I,Hester, Mr. and Mri B. M. a bridge party Sunday afternoon
man Heinlein. Mr. and Mn. John Lee, Mu Lot Loper, Mill BPWC. in Chamber of man, Mr*. T. J. Bleier and Hind-I at her home for Mn. John Graves.
M. Brown Mr. and Mr* E. E.I Helen Pope Mill Hazel RIce. Miss at 8 Ruth L. Scott, senior dan liar-
merce p. m. Corn-I I Those present were: Mrs.
Vrana, Mr.: and Mr*. L. H.: Creer, ;LoVM Ross Mm Mary Jane Turner I June 2-Business eon Mrs.Chas.. Martin, garet Chandler, Mn. Graves, kiss
Mr. and Mn Carl Wagner Mn ,Miss Rosa Everage, Miss Ros- Junior Woman's Club of Horaettead. of the Junior class president, Barbara Done ,Miss Hazel
Alyce Tyree. and Mill Alice Kahl.!elyn Powell Blair Hickson, Rich- I I F. L. McUwaln. Jra-
nington nd Mr Lee I
In the acuity group will be: Mr. i'ard Jensen, Ballard Lewis, Philip June 3-H. H. S. commencement Members of the senior dill are: f
and Mrs. M. A. Baker, Mr. and Ream, Dean Sickle John Land-, exercise Miss Mary Louise Booker, Miss
i j I I I
Mr*. Clarence Gn,. Mr. and Mn.I rum, H. A. Aman Jr., Eaton Anderson June 3-Ladies' night at Lion Betty Brown,.Misi Adrian Callahan CLOTHING FOE BRITAINTO :
Roger Jarman. Mr. and Mn. C. L.I Richard Ball John Chambers Club |(I Mu Betty Hadley, Miss Virginia BE IN: BY JUNE II g

Ooley, Mr. and Mn. D. R. Snyder I Kerney Henning, Jack Hil. June 4-RHS. commencement Kinner, Mm France Lamb, Those who hlbeen making
Mr. and Mn. R. E. Trotter, Principal I ton Vernon Jackson Raymond exercise at 8 p. m. Mill Betty Jane Meybem, Miss articles of clothing for Britain" ,
IndIn.. Wagner. Mn Lee Buddy Lindgren. Walter Mc June 4-Meeting of Legion Katherine Orfanedes, Miss Rose either knitted or sewed, art requested
Mary D. Nrttl .. Miss Eleanor! Ms-, Vicker and Wilbur Peeples !Auxiliary In Legion hall. I Peterson, Miss Jamie! Richard. to bring them before guns
June Meeting of Rfdland Hiss Julia Frances Sullivan. Let- 19 to Mn. H K. Foulk.

MISS EDNA NELL RICHARDS WILL WED Neighborhood Circle with Mn. L.



The engagement of Mist Edna training school and six months at HONORS :MRS F. B. RUE '
N>'1'' Richards and Lieut Rufus Love F'eld Dallas Texas. He I.a It Members of the Rain or Shine Homestead Fla. Phones 30 and nO I
Dorsey Sams Jr. is being an 1 rented transport pilot with a''I Club honored Mrs Frank B. Ru t
xineed by the parent of the permanent mrmsion and Is stationed on her birthday anmvcrsan' N., .
br,dr..I< J Richards of Homestead The tor. Mrs. Helen Hacker: at Avocado I II
wedding will take place early in I I I Lodge on May 15.I FRO:4;Pff 4;r/O/V.. .

June. I Mn Helen Hackler and Mm I I Coven were laid for: Mn !:
Miss Richards was valedictorian Geraldine Reitz attended a surpri Frank L. Skill, Mn Julian H REMEMBERED WITH
of her class in Julia Landon I' e shower given for Mn. Otha I I Webster Mn. C. J. Parman Mr*.: A DAY TO IE is

High School In Jacksonville, and;' J. Hackler Jr. Monday night in ; Fred Redd, Mrs. T. J. Faust, Mn.{ ONLY THE FINEST OF GIFTS ?J j
during her senior year there re- 'Miami by Mn. Wm. Bell and : W. E. Rheney, Mn. Rue and Mr*.' donand one r
cel\ed a national Latin award, .1:Don Cravens .In'l I Hackl r.' Graduation means a tank welt the finest of -
citizenship medal from the to be rewarded with only De lure to get KU t..e...
I. the you may
and a faculty medal for u.D'C'1 I _Here the Rtlttll place Store. And you'll' find they are
outstanding senior. different, pleasantly unusual gifts at ?
She was graduated with honor,j prier.
from Wesleyan College at Macon THE:JuaI&nOREHEADACHES
a year ago. During her
more, junior and senior 10PhO-I .1 '

that college she wa picture I :I II ,< .,:L t p.- ,
for the college annual and assistedthe .
dean in the English department I I I i ? COLDS? ;.

Homestead has been Mia[ Richard I For quick relief' from saiucular

*' home since her father became :' Graduate with -"M. B." ,bil. f1L'&. sclera and pains and sluggish heads .
pastor of the Homestead an acbet cold O'fff'4I1.rclae -
Methodist Church four yean ago.Lieut get quick acting Rtx-Selta.tr. Sava2e
Sam attended] Emory Graduate with a 'Master of Beauty" degree by "I1IJUJ TAtun39c

University and wa* graduated coming here before that Important Day. Get a

with honor from Mercer University Thermiqu permanent with a flattering hairstyle I Q I/C CREX1EITIER
when he was a member ot
Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity.A i and a m.nicwYour nail will be at I I 4. DOES THETRICK ..+ --- ,

member of the R.O.T.CC for four I their bet Admiring glance that follow you I
yean, he spent two summers at I I will be almost a* good a* an EXTRA diploma I II I
Quantlcvln the reserve officen Be loveliest I Sim
.. your for the occasion Ii
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i Mn. James L Bird president'of <
1 Social Events I Mrs Henry Evans, the former Fred Jordan. Mrs. Geo. Barnes. the Junior Woman's Club at

Miss Myrtle McLean was given a Mrs. F. L. Mcllwain. Mn. J. M. !Homestead was presented with, a
Holferty, Mrs. V. M. Collier. Mn.
miscellaneous shower on May 15 I gift from the club at a buffet sup-
G. W. Shiver. Jr. Mn. Peterson
at the home of Mrs. W. H. Mob- per Monday night at the home of
. Mn. Turman, Misses Margaret
SENIOR GIRLS ARE GUESTS OF HONORAT ley at Gould by Mn. John M. and Nathaline Griffin, Miss Eliza I Mn. Stanley Wlttkop. Mn. Witt-

.: TEA GIVEN BY UNIVERSITY CLUB Lee, Mrs. Curtis) E. Lee and Mr*. beth Shivers Mill Annie Ruth I kop Mrs. E. A. Buchanan and

Mobley. Lee, Miss Carol Lee, Janice Lee Mn. Geo. H. Fitzpatrick were
-- The house was decorated with and Betty Jo Lee.
!4.Do; Club tea I vocal Mrs Lewis Bran- hostesses.
The University gave a solos by Easter lilies
gladioli and other Gifts were received from: Mn.
> for which Mrs. Webster Prize winner in were:
denburg rummy
afternoon at the home
yesterday cut flowen. A
centerpiece of sal G. A. West, Mrs. Mary Plckard
ar; the accompaniment.Janice Mrs. R. E. Sherard, Mrs. Ansel
of Mrs. Howard Johnson for girls played mon-pink gerbera daisies and Mn. I. J. Leggett, Mn. R. I. Sher-
of Mrs. Barrow, Mn. Burley Dendy Mrs.
wee daughter ,
ray pink and white carnation was on ird. Mr*. Alvin Campbell, Mrs.
of the graduating classes of Homestead -
Johnson, won all hearts by her Roberta Harrison, Mrs. Herbert
the dining table, and the buffet
on T. McConnell, Mn. Frawur
114 and Redland high schools.In captivating performance two Turner, Mrs. Augustus Wynn,
was a bowl of pink and whitecarnation Waldron, Mrs. Harold McLean
lei the receiving line were: Mrs.L. numbers-songs for which her *. Each guest received Mn. E. S. Caplinger Mrs W. C. Mn. W. B. Caves Jr.. Mrs. j. J

R. Becker, president Miss Lois mother played the accompaniment a gardenia corsage. Campbell Mrs. Tom Torbert Mn. Walker, Mn. Clifton DeBerry.Mr ,
'ill'II Behrens, secretary, Mr B. M. *. Harold Oxford Mn. Virginia
Contest prize
were won by J. D. Redd, Mrs. Elizabeth Morgan -
Hindman, Mrs.< T. J. BIcier, and Seniors present were: .Miss Vir- Mrs. Noah Peterson and Mrs. Mn. W. O. Talbott, Mn. T. Walton and Miss Ellen Huff.

w the hostesses, Mrs. Paul Reynolds, ginia Kinner, Mist Betty Brown, Woodrow Turman. T. Bowen, Mrs. D. R. Bowen, Mn. Others present included: Mn.Bruce .
rig Frank Webb Mrs. Johnson Miss Frances Lamb, Miss Rose Ennis, Mn. F. B. Green,
Mrs. Cake Iced In
pink rosebuds and J. R. Done), Mr*. D. V. Lewis.
duo Mrs. Lonnie Hood and Mrs. RuthL. Peterson, Miss Katherine Orfan- lily of the valley design were Mn. Fulton Sage, Mrs. Anise R. Mrs. Thelma McGarrah, Mn. L
Scott. edet and Min Betty Jane Meybem served with punch. T. Proctor. Miss Pearl Whitaker,
Butler, Mrs. T. E. Kirby Mn. H.
Mrs Frank Hausman pouredtea of Homestead, and Miss Wanda Present besides Mn. Richard Huff and Mr*. W. J.
v.II the hostess and K. Foulk, Mn. Geo. Cox, Mrs.
and Mrs. Julian H. Webster, : Sickle. Mill Mary Engle, Miss, honor guest were: Mrs. I. P. Mc Clark Roberts Mn. Arvllla Booth, Fitzpatrick of Miami, a gueit

'e- coffee. June Vrana, Miss Dorothy Ben- Lean, Mrs. W. H. Owen, Mn. A. Mn. J. B. Tower, Mrs. Henry
a- The program consisted of an address rens and Miss Colleen McVickerof L. Hemmings, Mn. Geo. W. Shi- Brooker, Jr., Mrs. Roy Bjorkman, the Sunday school was appointedto

is of welcome by Mrs. Becker Redland. vers, Sr" Mrs. Preston H. Lee, Mrs. Jos. Griffin Miss Ann Lee attend the adult conference
pits- and a musical program presentedby The others present were: Mrs. Mrs. A. A. Bussey, Mn. Flora Mc- Miss Nella Sauls, Miss Wanita and Joe Hirkson, Jr., to serve as
eli- Mrs. Julian H. Webster. The Minnie Austin of Miami, Mrs. Lean, Mr. Otis Brannon, !Mrs. I Talbott, and Miss Oulda Leggett. alternate. A delegate for the
musical numbers given were: two W. J. Clark, Mrs. J. G. Wynn young people's conference also
'a, solos by Mrs. T. L. Hodges for Mrs. Ceo. D. Ruehle Mrs. W. R. will be selected.
.n, which Mrs. Whitney Beam playedthe Bird Mrs. E. B. Blackburn Mrs. I MIAMI ARTISTS TO BE GUEST SPEAKERS i Present at the supper were:

accompaniment,'two flute solos Green Rives, Mrs. H. G. Thur- AT TWO MEETINGS OF ART CLUB TODAY i Mrs. J. A Ricks Mrs. James Nes-
:II, ] by Frank Hausman for which man, Mrs. Ben Archer Mrs. R. J. bitt. the Rev. Geo. H. Ricks. D P.

Q. his grandmother, Mri. Hausman, I Hester, Miss Kathryn Davis, Mrs.J. Blake, Charles Behrens. Mrs Irwin -
and Miss Josephine Myrtle Taylor Bradford of Miami in the Chamber of Commerce
r played the accompaniment, two R. Rutland, Mr. Hickson and the host
II, piano solos by Mrs. Beam, and two Cook. art chairman of the Florida building this evening at 730. He and hostess.
e. .- Federation of Women's Clubs, will will also illustrate points in tech-
111, be guest speaker at the May meet. nique and composition. Anyone
RUBY SHOWERS BAKER WILL PRESENT I ing of the Homestead Art Club at Interested is invited to attend. BETTY JO I EE OBSERVES:

r. PROGRAM FOR WOMAN'S CLUB TUESDAY the home of Mrs. Lonnie Hood at 1 The art club members will return I SIXTH ANNIVERSARYBetty
3:30: o'clock this afternoon. Mrs. to the Coral Gables bridgeon I Jo Lee was given a party
& B. E. Gatlin, secretary of the club, Red road next Monday for I on her sixth birthday anniversary
Mrs. Ruby Showers Baker, I Song" (Adams), by Mr. ChIna; I will give a reading.O. further work on pictures begun I'Saturday by her mother, Mn.

tbon chairman of music of the Dade ,piano solos, "Nocturne" (Chopin) F. McIntyre, art director of there on Monday of this week. John M. Lee.
I and "Memories" (Mana Zucca), the Miami Daily News, will criticize Elcne Strickland and BobbyShivers
County Federation of Women's Emigdio Reyes, WPA art Instructor I :
es.us, ,by Francis Tarboux; "Sacrament"MacDermid work of the club members will meet with the group un- won prize In the donkey
N Clubs, will present a program at ( ), "If You Would .
I, at a special meeting of the club til July.
the meeting of the Woman's Clubof Love" (MacDermid), and "The Balloon were given a* fa von.

II- Homestead In the clubhouse I Last Hour" (Kramer), by Mrs. Angel food cake decorated In pink
Tuesday afternoon the last social Baker; and a duet "Home to Thy and white was served with ice
Marian Deltas Circle met SUPPER
of |Loving Arms", by Mn. Baker and
meeting the season. cream.
at the home of Mrs. J. A. McNeill.
Number will be presented by Mr. Chyna.On Plans for sending two delegatesto I Small guests were: Mary Elizabeth -
Davis conducted
Mrs. Sam J. the
Mrs. Baker, soprano, P. J. Chyna, Tuesday of this week the [i'study of the book, "Exploring the the represent the Sunday srhool of Shiven, Merry Janice Lee,
tenor, and Francis Tarboux, pianist members held an all-day meeting A. Homestead Presbyterian Louis Strickland. Elena Strick
l'a Bible" Mrs J. Daugherty,
and accompanist and enjoyed a covered dish lunch- Church at a leadership training land Gene Bun-ell, John R. Lee,
Mrs. J. W. English and Mrs. Mc-
The program to be given eon at the clubhouse. Mrs. J. R. course to be held in Mount Dora Bobby Shivers and Betty Jo Lee.
e- Neill different of
spoke on part
I' reads: aria, "Connais-Tu le Pays" Brooks was made Red Cross chairman the lesson. next month were made at a supper Others present were: Mr. and

R from "Mignon" (Thomas), by, The afternoon was devotedto Mn. J. J. Richard conducted a meeting of the teachers and !Mn. Geo. W. Shivers, Sr., Mn.
Mrs. ; "Invictua (Huhn), I beautifying the clubhouse i officers Monday night at the home I IIIIr. Curtis E. Lee Mr*. G. W. Shivers
I at the meetingof
Bible study period
; of .
rtJaW st ), and "Veteran1 grounds. Circle Tuesday and Mrs. J. M. Holferty1: Jr., Mrs. Woodrow Turman Mrs. '
In South Allapattah) Gardens. j Preston H. Let, Mrs. G. Burrell
evening at the home of Mn. Allan J. W. Irwin I
WILL SPONSOR I superintendent of and the hostess.Soft .



A May dance In the Chamber of man, and Mrs. T J. Walker, cochairman Members of the Homestead ,
i Commerce building on May 31- attended a luncheon Methodist Church choir and their
k. during National Defense Week- I given In North Miami Shores husbands and wives enjoyed a JlY 1a.ofe

Is announced by the Junior Wom- Tuesday by Mrs. J. Avery Guyton. covered dish supper May 15 on i

an's Club members, who plan by I federation Red Cross .chairman, the lawn at the home of Mr. and ice 4'

this means to get funda for the who explained Red Cross plans I Mn. Wm. Musselwhite. Jt
Red Cross activities they will un- I for home nursing and first aid in Gifts of appreciation were presented Color I

dertake. Music will be furnishedby time of national emergency. to Irving Lyon, director. Ii
Preston Marshall and his Florida Nine number of the Homestead and Mrs. W. B. Mills, pianist i

k Swlngsters. club Mr*. Walker, Mrs. Wright, I Gifts were presented also to Miss I

Mrs. Clifton De Berry will be I Mn Herman Thomas, Mn. Cecil 'Helen Field bride-elect and to curls, easy to fix, flattering. Be glamorous
general chairman ,and Mrs. Olin Lee, Mrs. Wynn, Mrs. Frank Ber- Mr. and Mrs. Gene Hunt a new-

Wright cochairman. Committeesas II necker, Mrs. Ennis. Mn. Caves I ly-wedded couple.
announced ore: decorations, and Mn Walton, have been Present were: the Rev. and Mrs.J. for this most important occasion. It's
Miss Geraldine Reitz, Mrs. Herbert ing surgical dressings in mok-i, J. Richards, Mr. and Mn. Ivan

Turner, Mrs. James Bird, :Moser, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Ranson,

Mrs. Fletcher Bryant. Mrs. Augustus I W.S.C.S. MAKES PLANS :Mr. and Mrs. David Williams, Mr. easy to. be glamorous takes little time costs
I Wynn; music, Mi s Pearl FOR, rilVRCII SUPPER I and Mrs Virgil Lyon Mr. and ,
II Whitaker; posters and tickets, Plans for a covered dish supper :Mn. Mills, Mr. and Mn. Mussel-
I ( Mr*. Wright and Mrs. Robert for members of the Homestead I white Mr. and Mr. Hunt Mrs. little

: Glenn, Jr.; refreshment, Mrs. W. Methodist Church to be held in 1 Lewis Brandenburg, Mr. Harold money.
I' B. Caves, Jr., Mn. Dick Huff, the Sunday school building at 6:30: I Oxford Miss Martha Close, Miss I

Miss Ellen Huff and Mr. Virgin- next Wednesday, were made by ,Antoinette i Moye, Miss Effie I '
la Walton. W. W. Allan and Mr. each of the W.S.C.S.'eircles Tues ]Booth, Miss Jamie Rihhards, Miss Make an appointment now!

! Wynn: ticket selling. Mrs. Ansel day afternoon. ]Field, Don and Irving Lyon, Wil- I
Barrow, Mn. De Berry; ticket Mrs. Mollie Wingate wa given ]lard Norman and George Estell. I
taking, from 10 to 11-Mrs. F. B. a surprise btrvhday shower by Phone E6 -WI
Green and Mrs. L. :T. Proctor, members of Harmony Circle it Its I

from 11 to 12-Mr*. Roberta Har- meeting at the home of Mrs. R. Cash & Carry Cleaners I .
risonand Mn. Bryant, from 12 to E. Anderson where Mrs. J. P. An-

2-Mrs. Wright; assisting after the derson wa hosttsa. Mn. S. E. MRS. ALMA DEARL G, i Mae Morris Beauty Shop

dance, Mrs. Wynn, Mrs. E. A. Buchanan Livingston conducted the Bible Prep

Mrs. Bruce EMil, 'Mr study.
Walton, Mrs. Green, Mrs. Proc- Way of raising money were discussed SUITS - 49c
tor, Ur*. Harold Oxford and MissReitt at a covered dish luncheon
1 meeting of Belle Bennett Circle DRESSES.49c '-

Mrs. Turner, Red Cross chair- Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Lew-

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SHIRTS lie Co.
I Open IA.Mto11:36P. M. Rudayi 1 .. < P. >L I Commercial flat. In.. M i

Pool Cleaned Every .)1....,. Closed All Day I Family finish flat, Ib.. Se
Water Tested Every Day I Family finish, wearlrfavpuvl. 1 1.G

Family tMt Adilt. fl.tl; Children 7S s 1 e
I 17 W. MowrySC HomesteadOld l

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Pare' Ten THE HOMESTEAD LEAPER.ENTERPRISE ',Friday. Mav g3M941',_:/*I..r..

HEARS REPORTOF j The club will hold Joint meetIng -. ,
STATE I II 2 when a barbecued supper will

I I I be served by In*. Hialeah group.

DISTRICT HEAD TELLS GARDEN CLUB I I for national defense Mrs. Henry Rueft was admitted -]I The 'meeting will be held at the
was the keynote of the Florida to membership In the.club. I home of Misses Ethel and Hilda
Federation of Business and Professional -! Mrs Herber Katz and Mn. J. Myers.

Women' Clubs In Lake F Hjmmett served home-made
Mr A. J. Beck of Fort Lauderdale were: Mn. N. O. Ball, Mn. Elber- Worth last week, Mrs. Ben Archer doughnut and fruit juice. 'I WANT ADS PAY I

director of District Six of the ta Bule, Mn. Annie R. Butler. president of the Homestead
Florida Federation of Garden club, reported at a meetingheldIn
Mrs. H. M. Brown Mn. O. W.Calkin. .
Club and guest speaker at the the Chamber of Commerce
meeting of the South Dade Garden ., Mrs. H. O. Cromwell Mr building Monday night Mrs. Archer

Club held at the home of J. M. Dobbin, Mn. H. J. Derbyshire and Mn. Sylvia Atkins represented Have a few Used BedsSingle

Mr Henry Ruegg Monday, told Mrs. Fred Fuchs, Mn. E. J. the club at the conven

the dub of the University of FlorIda Norman Mr*. E. J. Norman, Sr., tion.
scholarship, maintained by the I I 1 and Double
Mrs James McCready, Mn. Ben Mn. Green Rives reported on
8.500 garden club member of the Young, Mr. C. L. Ooley, Mn. J. J. the club'i application for a Red
statf Robinson, Mn. R. J. Shepherd Cross center to be established In
The holder of the scholarship Mn J. A. Ricks. Mn. A W Jones Homestead under the chairmanship
at she said, I It Joe Crevasse Smith-Graves Furniture Co.
present Pol 1'1. Irene Shanklin, Mr*. Virgil of Mr B. A. Tlbbltl.I
Jr., of Tampa who has visited Lyon, Mr*. S. J. Lynch, Mrs D.1 The club voted to send Sen.
in Homestead several timesat W. Shetzline, Mn. T. L. Hodges, Ernest R. Graham a protest Phone 248-J Hometsead
the home of Mr. andMI' Mn. A. Guile, and Mr*. M. L. against the proposed redistricting
.. Fred F rh.. Mr. Cre-
u Dnwkins of Thomaivllle Ga.
\>t Dade County.
\assv. who will get a degree In,! - --_. -
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horticulture In June, she said hOI i i
used round covers as the topic j
for his monthly news letter published -I
by the university for the 1
garden club members. He has gone I

Into fiery county In the itate and:,
has identified 400 varieties of These Used Car Bargains '

ground coven of which 40 are!
laid to be desirable. I

Mrs Beck spoke also of flower:

arrangement and distributed seedsof Mean

the purple bauhinla and hybrid .

A quiz contest which she con-
dueled was won by Mrs Roy Mat
thewand Mrs E. Milton Andersen
v ho tied for first place.

Mr Herman Heinlein read one MONEY IN THE BANK!

of her own poems, "Moon Garden
and identified several plants
The club realized $3 80 from the .

dad sale of plants donated by
memb', and decided to hold
other plnnt salest'v GUARANTEED TO BE

\ dollars was subscribed for' I
Palm Glude which is to be dedicated
to Liberty Hyde Bailey
compiler of "Cyclopedia of Hor
ticulture", on his eightyfourthbirthday I

Two new anniversary members Mrs W H.I
Turner. Jr., and Mn J. F. Rohrer I
weie taken Into the club I

The next meeting, It was antxiunctd. -I
will be held June 2 at
Mnlhc-son Hummock at 11 m.1
A :iiivcred dish I luncheon /trips

through the Fairchild Tropical, 1938 OLDSMOBILE SEDAN New 1939 PONTIAC. SIX CO PE-O.rigi.
Gdulcn will be features of the: nag paint; mechanically right
paint clean I inside
day ; very ; new I
I a aew.looking ear; priced
Mi-. Ruegg served cakes and tares; low mileage.
time it*. I I right.

Priest besides those mentioned' -

Will :MRS. R. E. SIIER4RD I,

The Gleaners' Clots of the FirttBupii 1938 OLDSMOBILE SIX SEDAN1939! BUICK "U" SEDAN-Original

enu toned' I Church Tuesday of Homestead afternoon watt at,i New paint; good tires; very paint: clean inside: radio; guar-

the 'home of Mrs R. E Sherard: dean inside; excellent mechan- antted mechanically; priced

by Mi Shenird. Mrs D R Sny- ieal condition right.
ilin. and Mrs Bryant Beam I

Mi- W. li Caves, Jr, presidedduring '-
a short business session '
unit :Mm Gordon Ivcy conducted|
tin its votlonalN. '
Others present were' Mm J C I 19.10 CHEVROLET 1-DOOR TOUR- :'
1933 PONTIAC 6" 2.DOOR' SE
DII\,i-. Mrs. U K. Bishop Jr MI'I.I! SEDAN-light grey o ..
Bernice Mi-Craw Mn Harry illrown. nag paint; radio; seat errs; I>'\.Nn good mechanical con.
Jr., Mn James dlhon
Roberts ; good transportation
white side tires. A
Mrs \ E Smith, Mn. Arthur very new cheap.
French Mn W. W Allan. Mn looking ear priced to lIell.

S L. WU. Mn. Don Talbott, Mn !
Mulfoid and Mrs J. G. Young
blood of Miami.

FOil TAX neap I
TOUR1937 FORD 60"

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N' .......... lass ... SM. feted the ..kar I smart looking
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Into heed. I* the MIM of Us.kle.we.

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Notice la hereby .1_ that the annulmeettni I I FOR TAX DEED
Pile 4HN. of Ihe atoFkholdera of the rtorldaKaM PIN 141UNolle

..Or. I* kr.*> liven that RalllwlekIne Coaat FertMeer lunpany will be held I la hereby liven that BalllwtrkIn CLASSMKD ADSRATE

.. holder u neaHlie. *, of City of Hum*, at the o/flc.' of Abe company at HonmlMd, ... holder a* aealcne of City of H. neat
; need lax Crtlfl...M Numbered' 7622. dab Florida. Tuaadw June fIL.J p. m. e d Tax Cerlifical nambrd : .1 I
ed the 4lh day nf June. A. [>.. inn. doe the purpose af ; u4 dlrertora : I', lie. dated Ih. sixth' day of June.
haa filed MM ....UII'..* In .i, office *nhaa < and tranearUne. auch alner bualnaaaO A D 1117 kai filed asj : Pint Insertion 10 a line: Subsequent Inicrttont
mad appllritu for q. deed to hum may sense W"N the _I... I IO. Imn/fha.,I' In .y ulflce. and hat mnde
thereon In iceordane with law Bali W. MOODY IreeUent application for ua deed to ham thereonIn So a Iwo

rertlflcat ....b..... the following ..., A. D. FtIGLL Secretary and Timonium accordance with law Bald certlficalembmeea _. __ _ _ __ __ _ I
embed property. .,...IM In bade County. I M.y 21 '0. J.oo e. 19411., the following described r-r.'Perty -

Florid.. to wilt iltuated In Dad County. rlurMato FOR RENT
W. M '" of Lot 0.11.1.. Block 1. I I NOTK: OF APPLICATION FOR TAX will fOR SALE Troprcal plants' dt:
PI..h./ ..&. In the City of HornleadCounty I I
unto In
of Dnde. Eta, of rlorldaTh Feet 41 feet Lot 1. Re*..hdlvhloiiLolal4 rut trees and tropiCal trwt

assessment of maid property under Pile inn llollI..k.1 I II. I*. Talum. Ritiedale Ad- FOR RENT 3-bedroom, J-batl seaion Jungle Grove Redland
Notice la hereby liven that dllion In the city: of H.. ne.t.*d. .
.h. Hid certificate. laaued wait In the nanM Ine of Fl....... house; unturniahed Nice I rand and Plummet drlvt
of Unknown Unless Mid eertlflrat. ihall holder u a..ianee of Town of H me- I County of Dade Hut* loea-I I

be redeemed recording to law. tan deed t-nd lax Certificates : ''i'.l: I I Th a.iMimenl of Mid' property under tion J. R. BrookR ( - --- ---
.., will IMU tnereoa on the Wit day of June. Ml, dated the elect ; th* certificate issued Wait I In the Raw ofUahnown I II
D llltl halt filed Unless maid certlti- LOANSLOANS
Mid certificates la
A. D.. 1141 I I .... law FOR RENT-Rcildrnc* in Florida
lo .
redeemed rdlnf
Dated this 101 h day of May. A II. 1141E and ku made application for ten rat ahall b* I
B LFATWRMAN. deed to Wee therein In nnordnnce with tea deed will k.,i* thereon on the 4'h City; 3 bedrooms, fireplace. electric -
Clerk of Circuit law Bald certificate embrace the fol. day of J in*. A. Divth .. 1941. I TO BUILD MODERNIZE: ,
Dad County Court.Florhla lowing described properly allualed I In Dada listed this tE 01 April A. D.. stole. I'UlUlInl hot and cold REPAIR Residential Grim

Circuit Court Real I County 81." of H..rlda. to wit I ..... water. two bathroom; reasonable -
BY N. C. nTFRRFTT D. C.1M. U.I II. Block I. Lincoln Park AdclllH. I' II LFATHrRMAN I I and Business Proper,
'.. rent Apply Loador-Lnter-
Circuit (
In of
., H lu. June '. U. in. mi the Town of Homestead. County of Clerk Mirlda From $30 to $3.000-from Al; "",, to
: Dade ftlau of H..rlda. .. embraced la Dad County I II prue
Certificate No lull The aawwment of Circuit Court Real I S years
NOTICE, OP APPLICATION FUR TAX Mid property under the >..d cer Iflratehailed By N. C. STFRRFTT D. C I No Down
DEED woo In I the name of Ruaaell glnale.U May I. t. 14 IS. Uti I FOR RENT-Clean, all electric Payment-No Red TMpe
furnished apartment Mn Eva I
Notice ta hereby given, that Halllwlrk .t 14. Buck I. I.Inc..In Park A"Mill..n. I OF APPLICATION
$200 for 38
Inc. holder a* aailinee of City of H...... In the Town of H..mealead. County ..( FOR TAX lbUFll > I Colllni. Federal highway Biscayne I mo::-Repny $0 III mo

trail Tax Certificate Nirabend IM4 dated Dade. State of H..rlda. a. embraced In 14096Notice drive at Mudillo (a7t) $300 for 36 mo Ri pay $1511no I
the Sell day of December. A. D. *
IM7 I eel If Irate Ni' KSI Th. _...' ..f ,
that n.III.I'k. $1500 for 60 JU50:
U hreby liven mo.-R..puy
has filed said certificate In my office and I
tinder the nil,
ha madt application for sex deed to Iw,H In.led property..... In the name of Russell certificate 8.nVleton I I Inc. holder a. axlunee of City numb.rrd11700A. ..( II.,me. c'OI' SALE '- mo
thereon In irrordanc with law Hale .t.ad Tn C.nJirat.:
I dated the fifth day ..( D... I Ask for FREE Estim.,o, '
eertlflrat* embraces the following da- : .
Unless old ...1111..... hall he redeemed
scribed property. Hunted In Dodo County. .. climber. A. II. 1KS7' h. lied acid Without
accurdlne t law. tax deed will/ lu,w there.on I ObliKut
office and has adeaipllcatl THREE UtDKUUM ROUSE: :
Florida. to win' certificate 'In my n in I
the INN day of Jo... A. II 10".1 I ;
All of NWli of NFS of eJWt,. nd.mbar on .n for tax deed to ban 'he I Homestead i LOANS can be secured to NI-4-I n.
Dated this i"th day ell May A D. IV4It Living dining loom,
"l In T..wn rf H.imc.lc.cl Dec, H. IFAIHrKMAN In accordance with Inw Maid ronlfkar.mhrarw I ize and Repair LEASFII I "R
: !; I the following described. prop kitchen bath plenty of large
lion 11. Town.hip II Ron'h. Hon." 19Fxl Clerk of Circuit Cmrt ,
containing 7 arm mop ..r .leu. D.d. County, rlorlda eny altualed In bad County. Florida closets, hot water Lower halt I MORTGAGED Propel
1 In the city ..f H.mrotrao. County ..f Circuit Court Rent la will \\t also have F.H.A. lo\\s) : for

lade State of rlorlda BY N C. STF.RRFTT. D. C Lot SO. Adam. Addn. In the City poured concrete. balance shingles New Homes

The aaaMement of maid property under 1M., 18 10. Jun. I. 11. Ii". 19411AOTII'R of H.......... County of Dade Stale Six lots f.tmily fruit treva payable "H misty
th* maid certificate bailed was In the nanu if Florida I over 20-13: >'un.
of Unknown Unless mid certificate ahall I The MMament of maid properly undirIh $4500. Terms Eleanor Froschor
be redeemed according to law. tar deed i certlfk.le. _ued was In the nnme of Phone S26-J us supply your niNQ
will lass thereon on the 14th day of Jin., FOR TAX FIRED Unknown U .1. . laid eerllfh NEEDS. Prompt Serxi
D. 141Paled 02099 M law. I
A. Notice be reiteration soon ins
this tmh day of May A II. ltd .U hereby liven that R.111wkk .. deed will ...... thereon on the Ilk FOR SALE furniture I BROKER LIMBER ('O.
.. Living
I.... holder M wlinw f City ul room -
E. H LFATHrRMAN I. nf Jun*. A. D. I HI" Phone 62 Homestead Fla.
Clerk nf Circuit (".ourt I lead Tai Certificate nil.. h H..I Dated this Mln day ..( /prll. A. I).. bedsteads. chain, and icebox '
4Un. dated the bill day
Circuit' Court UralBY Dada County rlorlda ornibcr. A. D., 1(127 haa lied 1141 Apply 622 S. Krome i I IWlT-S-
and has made
eertlfl ate In my of lice.
N. C D. r I l.i. ; I I af'erl: (
1,itj 1Rr..1J', ai,.i.llcall/ ..n for tax deed ti' limue therei n of Circuit I n rl.
thaw II. Hi 6. 1 -
Dad County, 'lo.Id.
In accordance with law Said eenlflrateembrace
the following' described. prow Circuit Court Seal FOR SALE-75 laying 1\1.1 i Avocado j Lodge.
NOTICE OP AI>"' "-'TIO\ FOR TAX erty. situated In D.de County. Florida. By N. C. BTFRRFTT. D. C.
tlFFD: to wits i IMay I. 0. K Is. so. mo:> B. Miller RIchard rd.. 1Iome-j'RFDLAND RD. and Bikin, n. rli

File IIIIIIN I Sly of NFt of NE", of 'Wl, gee. stead ( : Dinners. luncheons: coon, \kith,
tire 1 In hereby .lven that Italliwlh. lion III. Township 67 Mouth 1In... III
InDnlneee ., ,"'.nn t't Ir.-oI., Heal; containing 6 aim mitre 0' I.... I NOTICE OF APPI ATIOS or without nt"als. Phone .H4 Wml630l .
Tn .rtlrl.t. .m..d 61,06. In the ('fly" of H..m..d. Counts .t FOR TAX Vt.ru PAPAYAS, 5a: pound. Mn Keitt' ( )

dated the fill day .1 August. A.D.. 1921. DadState .r ......Id.. File N... lUll Jackson 113: S. \\' 2nd 11..1 I
f ha 'tiled I ...d .."I'.m.. 'o .n' ,. . r aMIhe. .wement ofaid prol.rty under Notice h her.by liven that Bailiwick, ---- -
made application for tax deed to I.,.... "hJh certificate, :: lolled who In the name f Ine. holder ni ... .nee of City ..( 11..n... I Homestead (m6-tf) QUILTS LAUNl>EIJED. .-i, ,, '
therein In ..........n.. with law Raid' Thomas J. II. Keene 1'nlei* Mid certlflrate .,..d '1.. l'rnil..t.. NnmWrrd 60;.. "
certificate .mb..,.. Ire f.lt.wtna, de. shelf be redeemed Recording to law 44,10. own. 77 el.' 7m ". si.* and "SALE Blankets! double or niul. 'red
FOR Lot ao
errlhed property III ated In [)mile County. tax d...d will, Woo tl...reon on flat 4th 711(1. dated the 4th lay of. June A. l) It'lhpteadtf same MKeitt .
Flor/da. In wit : d.y' ..f June A. 1>.. mil II2H h.. filed ud certlfl. ale* In my ...I.Ii. Pone de Leon, Homestead,k2'1 pl'lI'
Lot S. Block 7. Plnehurot AI,InPUt .. Dald this' IIIlh day of April A. DF .. Ire. and h.. male" ai.|llcnltnn foe. lax Jackson 115 S. W "d I.lIomelll' .
Rook I. I.... 17?. located In Dada 1D11. I deed b. .maw them.n In. .'...rdan e with This is southeast coiner d. ( nil HU ; I"I I
C. unto. Plate 01 FI..ld. P. IFATHERMAN. I.... Raid rrrtiflroba en.hrace Ire 1uJ.I II very desirable lot J. M
Th .es-melt 01 mid under .. dewrlbnl. situated In
pn.nertt Clerk 01 Circuit ( urt I I lowing property
the .col renifir.t. leaned Was In the main.of Dada County .1..01. Dale C..unty. rl."..la. I.. wll P. O. Box 82, De(rfie!d Dcuch you want to tell ow .

I'nknown. Unless mid' ""'11001. hall Circuit Court RpalBy Lot 10. HI irk 4. Awing'. .Addn.. In Fla. ml6-6))
II,t .1 w'th' J K Dorn 211 I Il II -
be .. .hvmd' .reudint 'n law. tn dud N. C. SttRKFTT: D. C Ihe city of H.mest-d ( wly if I

will ... .....n on the U.h day .r Jun.. ,May t. o. II. 21. s0. lull. I I Dale. Hat if Florida. n> embrace. yon Aicrfdi Phone 1401 1
n u.1911. -- In ("ert flcnl/ No. a.;.. The .-... FOR S\LE-Giritge HpHrlmcnt on

.))... d thin 201 h Ito of III... A I D 1911E NOTKE OP APPLICATION FOR m-enl 01 Md, property under th. acid N W 14th street, 61.0'10; $200'down ; Hive potpr t. waiting
H LFATHFNMtN: .. In 111. same ifHnnea'taid : :
TAX Hl-KI ....In Issued a. : interest.1; 11'1 '"
$13 month 6
Clerk .-' C/melt < n rOr Un.n.w. a "
'." ''"".. File No 01177Notice Lot 8. N... I. In IIw L O Hall idrnicKrome
..c'C I. hereby llv.n that n.lllwlrkInr at Berger n W.ANTlmIJ
of limits
*.oll I Court holder .. >.,line* of City ..f Honstood I City 01 Courtly ( I
a ,.. 10th st alStllTOR
BY N. C. HTUWFTT D. V. state 01 .o.Id.. ma ...l need In C. a\e. Bt
numhored IK6II. -
iVa, .a. M. J... e. U. 19411 Tom Corsi/Irate. trtJlO Th. a..ea.menl of ; 7
10. tificate No t i ;;; :.
911x, Dili, 6704, I77U D77I d 'fl. fn I.ao., ,Icolored
dated th* Ilk limit of June A:lL IH21 I mid property un ler u.h.: a* eert SALE 5-ifie Persian lIme
NOTICE: 4)P A m M VTION FOR has filed mid certificate. In my and I Iha I rat. Uucd was In name of Un mcom property MIda 1"-

TAX DFFD made .!.i"II..atlnn for a tax deed to': grove. 5 yeah old now In full I ,'Ily. Address J. Cot I Hill
Chapter tTlI7Aif 1991 /I.... lh.nun In iccordanra with law. Lot II. llnac.lt. Aldn.. In the City, bloom. No bu.tdlngi. only 2 mile )
111.1.of '
f pnde.
Flla A-4741 rie. If H..m"'Nd. County: Olympia Bldg Miami ( tit!- IAI,
N. 'I el. Bald certificate ..mhrarthe following I emhraed In Cerlif I from bank $2200: caehCAS -
hereby ilven that Jann I ;; Fl r da j
In Dale
alluated County
AVI- h..t.... .. Aerated property I ..: Tho iiweument of mid I
of Hi- end Cn"nty Tat rnte No .
H ask for terms
.1.d., wltl .,"Oernot TUfUHiNf.; WANTEti
to I IUt t eertlflrnte 4. I nigh
C.rt'lI aces No, Mil IMS nSII and property under the Mid I ;
'.... M4R I.. led the Ul doe of Aul,i-.. A. I) A. 1.ln./ Addn In the City nf I aued was In the nn.ne of K. F l>*ndy. I Trees nerd some fertilisation.but t : school and grade school <..1.1.' .
Its. b.. filed .me In office. andha Jlom..d. County cor D..... State of Lot 29, mock 11' Pond Lam. !
", nln .nnpllratl for my n to, deed to 1".ldo. H embraced In Certificate Noft In Ihe city of II'mr.t'ad.; ::: : C ,:,nly fl I you will never get: more for !IIr. H .T ..em.trrmg 1'l...

be 1 1'.1 thereon Sold certificate ino.br. -rn The .M>aimeni 01 said nri.perty unI. I >ade. Bale of II..rlda. .. embracedIn your mone\'. It is n IIh r-.ivuy i Plummcr drive and Country
.,. the following described property In I..r the mid ortlfIrate lead was In lrllficnle No. 7.J. The asaeo..
the r'. unto rf I>n le. state ..f rl 10.101.. towit the name of Unkn..on. I! meat. nf Wild pni-erly under. Ih.. uklrertlflrnte at $2.200. II A Cameron. Phone i Club nnd
lot II I l It rA".ti '. A Idn No. I I IIn : Wad Wait In time name of 72. HomoM-ml, Florida (r ? till "
: '
L." I to 111 Block II. Pinch, rat. nnbt the City Co, nty ;of Dade: CLEAN RAGS '..V"STEU,1., .

Plat Rook I. r... 177 In the Hint. col Florida. a. embra,..4 In Certlflcite LotT"Illoek t. Novel Pnlm Ad.li. In Cert,i.. ..1.. No. IoW'. Aliment ...... .. ,
,, N,. 107r. The ._...., col aailin mealend County ..f tXff l Anw r,' 1. _
C.), 'v nr Pale II.... nf ...10... .. em In Ih. (lty if .f ."I 1 nnwrty unit r th- soldrrnlfirat r.pl"'o
hit1 I I. rtlflcate I>/n. MllJ Th. ........ .pi.My Under the mid certificate Issued "..... Rate. ff Florida. ". embraced I hard w. I, the ,-II' I I t .,i-J 'o, ', an rags I I- !. 1-
men f said property ender the said owes wa In the name of nknown In lertlfB-ile No' 7111I' The Unknown
tiff u. 'U.u..d was In the name nl R A. 1..t 16. Horno'* Ad In.d.ln. the' City ofIlomr.trad. input or Md property under the said L I lo.: Block 9. T wMe r H m.', I LnA\'rf'r' P

Pot-l| t',only .f of F'Inr certificate .hailed woe In the name if .d. In tllr .ltv of H..,..."' ulO I
I t 19. Hlock I. l'/nhur.t. a ..uhilnPI rti. It.. tntbrail In Certificate No *l.e. Unknown' I,, nly n' Dad hlit "' 11.1.. .. ."." fir 'P"LIfAII' "
'*' Id k I I. PiloI'17.. In 'the Countyf Tito .ea's.ment of said pro mdse the Iwo Id. Illork 4. Royal aim Addn '
: tu" .mhraded In Cerllfl it. N ., 2111 The I I"1. i tr nlill
D.,1, i. qt., or H 10 rid.. a. cmhrad I II In >sill I certificate lu",il was In nuns ofLI In the <.fly ..( HOB...' .,rf. County fDad. ,..-..men of Mid pronerlr .". I r had ,
'... ,' S.. 61111 Th. ......m..n. ..fr I .. .. Slat or Flor da. .. rmbrac-l P certlflen: !INned ; ;herime
.1,' ..v ".Jcr the iW c .rtlfl'n'e 1"H rni. Aldn In th. City of ;' In tx-rtlflrale 1'1.' .. 'o9. Th. ....... ..f t'nknnwn Wiry. 1 :. ,' ,

4 !iN., " ., I I.. the mme ..f K. II An.I.."..n. Hmestcad. County of Dade. State of rlnr meat of Mid property nod, I,r the MMcertificate Tlleu' old ...rt'f".h.I' :I he reilerned I .
: 1 I I'fo t k S Pinch..el. a bdn ,.... .. embraced In Certlllcal N... "'1. Isolated. won In the lime ..I tt.rdlnc to .... lax dr>d. '.1 . I .
\ \ :
Plat' 1 Pare 177 In th" fountv .( The ineomml ..( nld rnprrty under the \inknow.. 1"0" thereto the 4lh day ..f June. : d" .
It r\".' "t .te "f Florid". .. embraced In aid certificate i issu.. .d was In the house of Lot !. Skills\. '.. 1w. of R-m. A. D.. 1911. .n . I.... 1

Ce.A' . "n. Mil The n.....ro-ni f Unko..... | owed. In the City ..f H"me.t..a.I. Doted tie1. '4'lh, der of April.' A. I).. apph.vtlon, .., m. ;" .0.1. '.n'
1 ..,01 ..,. party .nd,.r the sold| rertlflcilel Loa l'A. M,lain. AI,In.. In th. r lip of County of Da.le. II.Ute 01 Fl..rldl. aaembraced 1911. for ti, 01..... t1. I.- ,
f.. .i Ii I .I ,' In Certificate No e'Sn Thmaament In a", nlan"e a o N, .1'
> " tie nar 'race A M Iiol II. me tea.I. County or Pa le. State of F B LFATHFPMAS I .
*. . tI Flood.. ni embraced I C. rllfl/ n e No of aid pn.pert. tit under Ih* CI..k "( ri,,-,,, C n,t. .mh-anShy. (..,', .'Inv' Al-.1..
J .. ti t< IU,..V t, 1 llnelurit a 6761. The e..es.mnnt ..i.Mid property unler ; I M d certlficale belled wa. the nameof I..... ( nt" M...rlla. r t) "I it 11-4 In Lade'cool .

bin. Pint Rink I. Pi'.. 177 In the .. the ..Id rerniO'etc issued wait In thei j Unknown Clrrut! C .art ,eol. \oJ will .
C '0.'" f pad Rate .'f Florida. a. enbrn ,. name ..I linknnwn' UnleH Mid, certificate .hall be relleentrd By N. I' STmlU D (' I. I I III.. t II..... N., I II. IIn
t ,ml In Cer>'(Irate N" S*'t. The a '. Lot III M,Lain. Addn In the rltv of .,ceordln to law lax deed will I May 1. '. to It. I'. 1"1' to., Cpf N. ",. ,,,,.d. I
eaamcrt of mid property under the sold H........ lounty cor .).01.. Rule of HITIta kaue thereon on the 4th day .if June Dade, nut. "r > ...Ido.
t .tlror.b bawd was In the name of R A. ai embraced In Certificate No 17711. A. D.. '.4t. The a--em-al .I aid pit,," ,
1 P....,.. Th. assessment o( mid Property under. the Dated this 80th des of April A.D. IN TH F. flRIIIT 'tll'Rl' f>P IT THRFirXFSTII the .N If lea.. I Ir.. ...1 I .... I. tie- I
Inlea. Mid ..rtlll...... hall he redeem.1neeordlni ..,it cenlfwett hued w. I. the nam of 1141. JI OIl IAI. U.k..wn. tlnleai .11' I Irate
to property dmarch-A Unk..wn. I E H. I.E'THtR\I AM FOR IV4I'F tot STY ILORIIIt hell> I he re..Irrn ed n.rrrI1 I I I

therein wit he".id'to the hl.he.t hlldert 61: Lain'' Addn I In the city ofHomwt.ed. Clerk'f 'j't Court IN I MAM FRY tax deed I will l.. .e therm t u .. h
... .-. I lIod. I'..unty. Horida CITY OF 1I1I INI.Sir;AIn '. a A. tl .
t r the Court Hn *vn IK- firII' County of [)*J- Pate of Fl. 1041 l
'; day 'In te mmilh of Jol. 1941 which I.r I. idn. ..'emhranid'ln tertiflrnuThe No. 1771. Circuit Court 6,01.Ny nl h al c ret.roth'n r. Sells day of Apr \ I1141. I'
N. C. gTrBKPTT D. C. the 8.... rf FI.Io'' .
the 7th day of July lull. i.M.ment of sold' property nder the ,
Dated this II'h diy of Mar. A P 1(41 .Id certificate laajrd wa. In the memo of O *" L 0. '*.,.29. *". "".' PLintiff F H. IFATHFKM
E. n LEATHFRMN Unknown I .Ys- I Clerk of ClrcI'ade ,,,. I.. ,. '

Clerk of Circuit Court. Lot IH. McLiIni Ad"In.. In the City of NOTKE OF APPLICATION HOME ILDER8. INC.. I Il County I'I., ., I.I,,
Dad County. Florida meatead. County of hade Stale of Hor.. I FOR TAX !>KrU Florida eon"ration. et II. Circuit' Court ....1. .
Circuit Court Real I Id.. II embraced In Certificate No I77S File I4IKNolle defendant.. Ky N" C. MTFRKrn Ii
6 By N. C. ITERRFTT D. c. Th. ._....n' of Mid property under the U hereby liven that ll.lll.rlck OH urn OP PUBLICATION! I (Mot .. >. n. II t,'. 'mi,

(May U. tl. I". Jun. I. U4IHOTICK .' Mid certificate board was In the name ...tVnkn. Ine. holder .. i..l.ne. of Cat of Howstated TOO 1HL: IlLAlKHHtAH MANU -lioTifr.
{ ...... Tn Cortlr....,.. Numbered 2010 rACTURING CO a nrala r.,....... .lun.1 I Irlarb.bear OP .PPJlI'UIII.--
OF APPLICATION Ijn'ew aid certificate hail be redeemediceordlni .nd 1411 dated the 4th day of June. rime Count Georgia FOR TAX FHI
1plaint I
]FOR TAX DUD to law lax deed will I.... thaw A. D.. IM7 h. filed said It appearing by .w"' bill of e.irn. Fir Mint
J FII. 14,Ii con on the 17ln day of J"n.. A. P ID41 certificate* my office and ha. mid.IpphVatMl In the above entitled rae that Notice I 1s her .h. ul... that II "it." k
Noll4 hereby .1... that R,"'-..vk.L Dated this II.h day of May A D 141 the U. deed to blue thereon THE BLACKHHFAR M.", '*'rT'''''N"Co. Inc holder. .. ...Iu.... rf city .f II.....
Inc. holder aa inline of City of Home. K. H EATHFHMAN. In accordance with law. said ..'lIr..lea le. .. a Genesis aorporallin defendant faI to. Tn l'".. a is ab' red
4load Tn C.rtificate n.mber.d Clerk col Circuit Court _b... followlnl County Florida.. non.realdent nf the Stele n( rlorlda. H6-I daled the third day cof I..n.
SII5A dated the (lib day nf D". Dad County. rlorlda. rty, shorted In Dad. led the addreej or ,...hIon.. .f ,..1 A. D. 121 h. . lied idreel
_h-r. A. D. 17 h.. filed MM Circuit Court Reel W .Itt defendant. .. particularly M I. known "....,. in myf/.*. and h.. mad.ippllra .
certificate. In my ..ffland h.. made Ry N. C. STERRETT D. C. 'n'.p.. Fraaa Snd Addition, I. the plaintiff' helm Rlackehear. I...... kn far roc deed !.. 1'h, rennin
application. for taa deed to l I..ue thereon IMay II II. SO Jun. 4. II. 1941) : ; H 'mi-tead, County of County, l...... .. Wind that there I. n" arenr.lance. with law. K.ld. .llflrateimbrnrei

In arrordanr with law amid certificateeajthrieea : Dade tut of Horida. aa aaibneed.. permits In the *,al* of Florida the eervice : the following dearrlku prop
the foll.. vln.; dearelncd pm.I I -- -- nf a aummoni upon whom w old bind Prop illuated In bad County tliridiI .

_,. Wiggled In Dade County Florid. Mid defendant I to I wit,

to wHl I IT If ORDERED thai th. Mid .M-nd 'W nf NW01 HEH of iWH and
Lot I. Block I. Porventr. In the ant b*. and It la, hereby required .. N'-t, of BWt4 of DEU of BWk4 nr US
City ef Hnn ..ead. County of Dade I ACETYLENE WELDING appear to u.. bill of _plaint filed IIIhn <4 Tract II, and Nits Tract II. atHloek

flat of Florida. cauee .. or before in* end *., '" I I Miami Land Dey Co.. Sims,
The iMeaement *f mid ' wid** June, A. D, 11141. ethirwlM the .11..- I 11..n III: TowMhl IT South Kamal
Ihl-eertlfIcaW Word was In the mm* of I lion pI MM bin of _plaint will ... I Earl eontalnlni' 10 aim, m. Howard R. Lamb Unless midcall' (. / Brand New Outfit taken ai eonfened by Mid defendant 11 I ... In Ih. City of H._... ('...inv
ate ahall be redeemed aeeordlnl to lawtan mad Th Hneate Leader EnternrM to. of Did. Rial of Florida

deed will bent H roJ .. UM 4th All Work Guaranteed hereby designated aa the .....po.... I. The ..__.t nf cold property nude
-o.rf Jun*. A. D. 141 which this order Mall be published' ace the ,mill.... .hood woo In the name of
this Sttll day if April A. D.. a week foe fo.r ,.-.. week. I I ilklwn. dnle.i aid rertlfl.Ml .
r IWl. PHONE SSI RSAM'S DATED thin Such day ef April. A. D.. shall b* redeemed aeeardlni .. tow.
E f. LCATHERMAN IMI ... deed will blue Ihereul Ml the Alit
; Clerk" *f Circuit CnnrtDutt J. II IFATHFRMANIi I lay of Jun. A. u 141rjahd .
eo...,. Florid GARAGE Clerk Circuit Court this ink day of April A D,
Cmalt C owl 9-1. Sot R. 1t.I Jr > 1141.
BC.. motRit. D. it Dwelt ClerkrimiH E. R. LFATHERMtN
'yy .. .. .
r SAM: ALEXANDER.. Prop. rmrrt Real Clerk of Clee.lt I'.a"l.
O. HAYCOCK ...._
IRA Dodo Cmilyrirc.lt .
I For results use Leader. I Ii Avocado rive and Old Dixie Highway 141.. Cnnireea PldtMiami : Court bat
: Florida 1% N C. tTERRFTT D. C.
i Enterprise Classifies Adi' way t, t. It tl. td HID Mar I. t. 14, 21. W. 1t41.Friday.May a ar

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'-'d : ",'": "'" ", ;. ,..r'" _41: .


trict and If that happen, It will|Mr*. Rive served In the tame ca- chairman, reported that the visual' the necessary running expense for
HAROLD ROBERTS be difficult to get the whole coun-parities, this year. education program, started by the I all the motion picture needed by
to vote this amount for Homestead i I Winner of medal In the Junior II association four year ago, Is now every grade, he aid.
DIES IN MIAMI Mr. Turner Mid. high speech contest Warren Robinson complete and on a telf-supportyig The treasurer' report showed
The one-tax district plan maybe I of the ninth grade, Tom basts. A ten-cent fee from each ,that the grand piano has been
desirable for Dade County because -[' Hodges of the eighth grade, and i pupil each semester will defray paid for.
William Harold Robert of it would give the board a I Ralph Davis of the seventh grade,
Miami younger son of Mr. and chance to use funds where they repeated their prize winning talk.,I
are most needed, he concluded.I I 1 John Ruehle directed the
Mrs. Ernest P. Roberta of Home-
i .
i Mrs. Jerome C. Annie, lately, fourth grade rythm band in several -
*U1 died Monday AI' ton al :it chairman of the Dade County I' election The opening num-
39 year after in Illness of two Council of Parent-Teacher As.soda'ions ber wa a song by a mixed quartet i I
monthi. Installed the following I'composed of Archer Dodson, Ed-, The BESTFOR
Funeral I officer: president Mn M. F. ward Tomerlin, Hilda Dodson, and
services were conduct-
White; first vice-president, Mr*. Mary Ellen Dearin,.
ed tt 4 o'clock Tuesday In the I
Green Rives; second Attendance award were won
Philbrick funeral home by the I dent, Mr*. Jack Polk;vic.-presl-//by Mr. Gladys Cooper' room and '
Rev. Eliiha A. King, and burial Mr*. James Nesbitt; and T. J. Bleler1 room.R. .
was In Miami Memorial Park Mr*. Geo. N. Wakefield. All but J. Hester, visual education LESS IS JUST WHAT ALL OF US
Cemetery.Mr. -----
Roberta came to Homestead ARE LOOKING FOR AND THAT IS JUST
from Key West hit : ,'
and since' 1922 had spent birthplace most of:; \\ ''iI TOUR BACKGROUND WHAT THE WHITE SWAN LAUNDRY IS
his time In Miami. He was a t>
member of the faculty of Andrew I
Jackson High School and held B. i i Let ua Launder your Car. So
A. and M.A. degrees from the University I- t
I that when you step from or
If survived by his wife, Mri into It, it will look smartly HomesteadYou
Sue Roberts, his parents and ., y
worthy of you! Nothing moretragic
brother, Ernest E. Roberts of, tVout'COr.
MiamI. I than a groomed womanIn
At ltr a dingy car. No need of

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