Title: The leader-enterprise
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Title: The leader-enterprise
Uniform Title: leader-enterprise
Leader-enterprise (Homestead, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Leader enterprise
Physical Description: 11 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: South Dade Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Homestead, Fla.
Homestead Fla
Publication Date: May 30, 1941
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
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: VID00492
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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Vol. 29-No. 21 Homestead; Florida, May 30, 19-U Price 5 Cents






No Polio in Redland District, .







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I U.S.O. Drive Opens Here CASES REPORTED SINCE JAN. 1




Monday for $500 Quota ALL EAST OF LUDLUM ROAD,


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GOES TO FUND Registration of Abilities and Skills ; ON OUTSKIRTS OF GABLESAppreciation

For Defense Emergency Begins Today I


Voluntary registration of civil Redland Parent-Teacher Association Day Prize Closing of Schools Week
TO MAINTAIN'J 'I will serve the Redland school Earlv Not Because of
;t ian ability and resources for national I Won by Mrs. Darby
I Beginning Monday, the entire
f
defense will begin at five Epidemic Fear
teaching staff of the two schools,
places In the Redland District all The ippreclatlon day prize was
AMPMORALENation I dismissed a week earlier for the
awarded yesterday afternoon to TEACIIERsTllOOMS
'II o'clock this morning as follows: purpose, will aid In the registration. .
Mrs. of Homestead.The
I Roy Darby
Mayor J. T. Harris said men AID REGISTRATIONDr.
Homestead-Neva King Cooper
prize, 40 per cent of the
I volunteer would be in at '
School and city hall. charge treasure chest, amounted to
Asked for $10,765000 Florida City-town the Homestead city hall Both the Homestead and S40'I' Cato Sets at Rest RuMors

in Campaign Led Redland-Farm Life hail 001. I In Florida City, Princeton and land school band played to of ParalysisSpread
I II Princeton-Pratfi Grocery. ,Gould, local volunteer will serve crowd of several hundred persons I
1 by Tom Dewey Goulds-Goulds Supply, Inc. I a* registrars. who witnessed award of the I

Today and tomorrow volunteers Eevry person over the age of prize in Legion Park. I: There is infantile
no paralysis'
GOVERNOR N A M E S i from the Woman's Club ol IS Is urged to register and tell
what ability, skill service he west of Ludlum road, which *
SOTTILE HEAD HERE Homestead and the Junior or
Woman' Club will man the registration has to Place at the disposal of ILII. S. SENIORS I on the western outskirts of Cisco

Aides Announced :Meet desks at Neva King Coo volunteer national defense.!. Gables, and the closing of school
,
per School and volunteers from Key women 'appointed for the In due Redland District a work
I
Called GET DIPLOMAS
for 2
; ing m.
p. registration In this area by Mr*.
earlier than usual is not due to any
June 2 Sydney Weintraub, chairman ofI
RJLS GRADUATES I the division of women' participation TUESDAY NIGHT fear of polio development but u>
A campaign to raise $SOO in the defense council of Dade I the desire to place the school and

Redland District toward United 18 BOYS 10 GIRLS County, ore Mrs. H. K. Foulk I teachers at the service of registering / -
president of the Woman' Club of civilians for national rlr
Service Organizations' goal of $10,. If rain doe not prevent, Home
Homestead; Mr*. James L. Bird tense needs.
stead School will hold
High com-
765,000 to finance recreational and
ON president of the Junior Woman's So said Dr. T. E. Cato counts
social programs to maintain high WEDNESDAY Club; Mrs. M. F. White, president mencement exercises Tuesday health officer In an interview
morale among the young men whore of the Homestead P. T. A.; Mrs. night on its ample and attractively with a Leader-Enterprise representative -

training at army and navy A class of 28 will be graduatedfrom Seymour Dane, president of the landscaped outdoor stage. in Homestead ye terria)
camps, will start here Monday. Redland High School Wednesday Woman' Club of the Redlandi: II The graduating class consistsof afternoon.

The local general chairman Is night-10 girl and 18 and Mrs. Herman Hemlein, president 27 members: II girls, MaryLouise which,
James Sottile, Sr., who received of the Redland P. T. A. As a result of rumors
notice of his appointment from boy Booker Betty Brown. more president throughout
Mr, O. W. Calkins, who rep grew
,
Callahan,
.Gov. Spessard Holland late last The girl are: Miss Lillian Andrews resented Mrs. Foulk at a county Adrian Klnncr, Francis Betty Hadley Lamb, I Wednesday. Dr. Cato wa asked
week. Former Gov. Doyle E. Carle- Virginia point blank If there was any infantile -
defense
Mil Dorothy Bchrens, registration conference in Jane Katherine i
ton has been named by Gov. Holland Betty Meybem paralysis in this section
Mrs. Merle Mizell Bowden, Miss Miami this week, said It wasurged Orfanedcs. Rose! Peterson, Jamie
as state chairman. Thomas E. His answer was:
Elizabeth Craft, Miss 1 that even those younger 1 I
Mary EngeL Richards and Julia Frances Sullivan
Dewey, is national campaign chairman Miss Marjorie France Lewis than IS be allowed to serve if :i ; and 16 boys. Lester Archer "No. Since Jan. 1, there have

The of United Service Miss: Dorothea Lyons, Miss Colleen 1 they show special aptitude or I I Edwin Booth, Joe Byrum, Richard I been 33 cases of polio in the county -
purpose I willingness-even though for no but none west of Ludlum road
Me Vicker, Miss Wanda Sic.kle Caves Charles Connor Archer
Organizations for National Defense and Miss June Vrana. The other service than running errand I I Dodnon, Elbert Dolar, Fred Fuch, A committee appointed by the
-which co-ordmatei the efforts
boys are: John Brown, William *. ,Eldred Gilmer, J. T. Godwin. Dade County Medical Society to
of social service
clel-the six Y M. C. A., the National agen- Campbell. G. B Chubb, Jr., Henry Registration volunteers from the I I I Sheridan Miller, Jay Newton, work with the health officer of
Dixon, Robert Fisher, Leonard senior woman'sb Include James Sullivan Robert Sykei, the county and municipalities
Catholic Community Service, Greer, George Kufeldt James Mrs. W. E. Rheney, Mrs. J. F. Edward Tomerlin and Elbert hal kept In close contact with
the Salvation Y.
Arll'lythe W. C.
Hammett Mrs. J. all The committee has never
Luckey Joe Lyons, Graham Mc- Mrs Calkins West cases.
A., the Jewish Welfare Board, and
Elroy, Truman Mills, Louis Price, (Continued on Page Twelve) John B. Keene of Miami will said the situation warranted the
the National Travelers Aid Association :
schools, In
of even
Rex Romine, Douglas Sweeting, deliver the commencement address closing any
-Is set forth in a proclamation The Coral Cables
Gables.
Issued yesterday by Mayor 1 Clyde Swilley, Charles Thompson ; Charles Q. Turner, chair. Coral
Lewis Vrana and R. B. Zin. MODERNISTIC man of the Dade County boardof elementary school was cloned last
T, J. Harris, aa follow: : I week because attendance fell off
ker. public Instruction, will presentthe
"Whereas, the call to active military Mitchell D. Price of Miami will diplomas; and the Rev. J. J., due to precaution of parent, to
duty hal placed thousand of be the commencement speaker FRONT SLATED I Richards, pastor of the Homestead such an extent that I* was impracticable

our young men in the training Charles G. Turner, board president 'captain's. aid (Mrs Floy Watson),I I to maintain ttcn-
camps Clf the nation's armed forces I will present the diploma FOR DIXIE DRUG (Continued on Page Twelve) :dance.
separating them from the In- and Principal Carl Wagner will.
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Glass brick, vitriollte and metal I Pipe Line Plans and Specifications I

I Aviation Magazines to Get Pictures' I glass zation door of the will store figure front In moderni-of the To Be Made Public Within Ten Days

Dixie Drug, which wa started
Made Here_ to Boost Airplane Race Wednesday and I f. expected to be Lleut-Comnynder R. H. Meade, actual processing of the pipe is to

completed within three week public work officer and officerin begin next week. Three hundred
taken at the and Edward Stiling, presi- more carload are yet to arctic,
Photograph were pose The name of the Dixie Drug will charge of construction for the I
Homestead municipal airport yesterday I dent of the chamber of commerce. be emblazoned across the stream I but no more I II expected until the
afternoon for reproduction Mr*. McRae, Miami delegate to lined modern front In cut aluminum Seventh NaVal District, spent middle of June when 12S car of
in national aviation magatlnea I the annual convention of Ninety-: letter one-fourth inch: Monday in Homestead it will be shipped from' Younis-

.in connection with announcement I Nine, national association of women thick. The upper deck of the building progress made In town.
of the treasure hunt I pilot next month, wa posed a* well a* the lower store front For the aqueduct and Inlpectln'l Lieut sawyer was notified
airplane race from Miami to a* she received a letter from Mr will be given a modernistic re-. up of the plant for Tuesday that a call for bids would
Homestead for women pilot, SUling Inviting members oof the modeling. against erosion. He expressed himself be issued for the laying of the pipeline

sponsored by the Redland District organization to take part In- the C. J. Parman local architect, a* well satisfied with which i* an indication that
Chamber of Commerce a* a race next January. drew the plan and Joe Connor Isgeneral obtained thus far, mult'l I plant and specifications will go
,pan of the 1942 Miami air maneuver Four "shots" were taken, each contractor. Blnswanger Lieut. W. L. Sawyer, naval of- I I to prospective bidder within a

program.Centralfigure. different, so that they could be & Co., I II putting I In, the glas*. licer In charge of construction on i j i week or ten day. The plan and
of the picture sent to separate publications. Appearing Jack Polk and Howard Johnson, the aquedus project 1 I speculation will be issued fruit
were Mr*. Don C. Me Rae, who in some of the picture owners of the Dixie Drug boughtthe One hundred fifty tan of pipe both the naval air station at Jack-
Hew her plan and a photographer In various grouping were: Cham- building housing their business bave been unloaded to the s.de-|1 sonvUle and the bureau of dock 1
to Homestead for the pur- (Continued ou Page Twelve) five year ago. way ., the treating plant and and yards at Jacksonville. ,


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Page Two THE HOMESTEAD LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday, Way 30,1941

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Another Service American ,Fruit Growers, Inc.y: !




Performs for Its<.-*Growers% and Shippers . .: ;
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CHICAGOFiftytwo ...fifty-two dramatized spot announcements Hundreds of Chicago's leading

over powerful radio retailers called upon by AFG Dealer -
separate Blue Goose station WMAQ 50,000 watts-
Service Representative. Blue
advertisements in the CHICAGO telling hundreds of thousands of
DAILY NEWS, circulation 454,. Goose displays set up ...thousands
Midwest listeners that Blue Gooseis
251. Over 20 million impressions of
Blue Goose mark of quality placed truly "The Best of the Better of attractive"point of sale" posters

before Chicago consumers I ICLEVELAND Crops!I"Three distributed!


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dramatized electrical tran- Concerted newspaper and radio(

scription spot announcements per promotion backed up by extensive
Blue Goose ads in the CLEVELAND week for 13 weeks over popular dealer service activities. Six:
PRESS-circulation over 50,000 watt WT A 1\1 brought the thousand eye-catching Blue Goose
22.>,OOO-in one of America's rich. Blue Goose into thousands of posters distributed to retailers;plus
est trading areas, totalled over Northern Ohio's best buying many attractive Blue Goose store
twelve hundred lines! homes! displays!

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NEW YORK CIRCULATION .___._._._...._.__.._. ... 413423
: NEW YORKHere NEW YORK UORLD-TELEGRAM.IIERALD-TRIBVJ.E. CIRCULATION _..._._...._.__..__.__..... __._... 347.711
NEWARK NEWS. CIRCULATION _.._...._____._:_.._._...__.___..___....._. 1(0.I3S
JEWISH DAILY JOIRNAL, CIRCULATION ._____..._..__.....__......_...._ 102.SSI
JEWISH DAILY FORWARD CIRCULATION _.__.___._____._..._... .... 71426
are the media used in carry JEWISH DAY CIRCULATION .._.__..._._._.___..--"'-_....___ 5,87.
ing Blue Goose advertising in the WNEW WMCA WHN It required three AFG Dealer
these New York stations carried Service Representatives, working
New York area! Not hundreds of Blue Goose's dramatic transcription full time, to keep pace with the
thousands but MILLIONS have announcements. They read demand! for. Blue Goose advertisingmaterials.
about it in the ,..
hear
been exposed to AFG's New York papers they Dealers I WANTED to tie f in with
it over the air-and New Yorkers AFG'S
and radio
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newspaper advertising campaigns. buy Blue Goose! motions.. pro-
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and This is merely' a story of Blue Goose advertising and sales promotion in

three important markets, but it as a story that is being repeated in profit-

THIS able selling areas throughout the nation! To the American consumer the

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t n RED CROSS UNIT Rote Program Given i LOCALS DEFEAT ment were ..n.... clnnatl.
By Sons and Daughters I I Incoming officers were: commander He I* survived by: his wife,
Lawrence Pope; first I Frances; two sister, Mrs Rot
\VILLBEOPENEDHERE An address by Fred Hobart DAIRYMEN 26-6: vice-commander, E. J. Normap, Biedenber of Hamilton. O, and
president of the student councilof I I Jr.; second vice-commander, Dr I Mrs. John Sharkey of Clnclnati;
!L MONDAY Homestead High School for j I Ceo. D. Ruehle; third vice-com- i and two brothers, E. F. Frolicker
next In a very one-tided game played of Miami and Joe Frolicker of
year featured r- mander, Joel J. Robinson; adju- ,
11tbeo'a |I Jut Sunday on the local diamond, Cincinnati.
son-daughter )
the i
tant, finance officer and historian,
I jHomeiteid city baseball team defeated
A Red Cross unit for South Homestead Rotary Club Wm. J. Geronimo; chaplain (acting -
1 Southern Darlei of Miami !Mother of J. R. Byrum
Dade headed by Mrs. B. A. Tib- day in Legion Han. 28-8. In the absence of the Rev. R
Ii bit and He told how the Wt'dnt"-I' Irwin .... Dies in South Carolina
ti sponsored by the Home. I r. Blackford), Joseph : -
stead Business and ProfessionalWomen' cil operate, how Bishop pitched ihut-out ball for Martin Cetsler I
geant-at-armt
' urated a school six innings and was relieved byi Mrs. Fanny Byrum mother of
Club
1 will open Monday gram and under the R. Cave His support was wobbly ,' J. R. Byrum, died Friday at her
!!i Brown'In the large back room above 'Janitor F. L Me:IIIw.ln paintedthe and Southern Dairies scored six C. C. Roof and FloorUndergoing I l I I home in Annlson, S. C. after along

Pharmacy. interiors of 11 rooms, and how I rum in the three innings he | ; Repairs illness. Mr*. Byrum, who had
Mrs. W. D Horne I il giving rent the council Introduced the sixth pitched.J. ,spent several winters with her son

t free, quarter for the project. I I graders who will be junior high B. Cloninger made five hits The Redland District Chamber and daughter-in-law in Homestead .

A An organization meeting wail I I.tudt'nta next year Into the mysteries In seven attempt and Mlstretta 1/ held last night at the home of of high school scholarship made two triplet, a double anda root of Its building and with the ago and had been confined to her
j Mr*. Titbits. Mrs. Green Rives, 'recently so they will not feel so home-run. Four home-runt were co-operation of the Junior Wom- bed sine that time. She was (0
who assisted Mrs. Tlbbit in the ;'"Io.t" and green when they start made by J. Lee Smith Barrow, I an'i Club of Homestead has refinished year of age.
preliminary arrangements, was In next September. Thomas and Miitretta, all of Home-, the 2,000 square foot Mr. Byrum and a daughter,
j made secretary. i Three generations of a Rotary ttead. I dance floor. Ruth, went to Annison last week
The Junior Woman' Club Is I I I family were presented In Rotarian Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock.1! The floor has been sanded but returned before Mrs. B>'rum

anxious to co-operate, Mrs. Tib-i! Edward Stlling, his daughter, Mrs. South Miami, to far undefeated, three times, shellacked twice and |died.
I bits announced. :I I Lee H. Lehman, and her son, Clay- will meet the strong local nine waxed In preparation for the The -Rev.- Geo.- E. -Drue-) will
Every church in the district hal,, ton. here. In a previous game Home- dance which the Junior Club Is I serve as pastor of the Miami
promised cooperation according i I Musical numbers included a stead lost to South Miami 6-0. i II sponsoring in the building Shores Community Church durIng -
to report made by the three piano solo by Vara Rheney, two I morrow night to-I the summer while the pastor

church. notification chairmen: Mrs.J. .I I clarinet solos by Paul Rue, vocal Guard of Honor AssistsAt I Dr. Charles A. Vincent, lion his
F. Hammett who notified selections by a school quartet Emil Frolicker Dies
Legion InstallationRalph vacation. This will be Mr. Deuel'sfifth
Homestead, Silver Palm and I 'I
composed of Archer Dodson. Ed-
At His Home in Franjo summer at the Miami Shores
Princeton churches; Mrs. ward Tomerlin, Carl Frederick Freeman commander of I ,Church.

.Clinton who notified Charlt"1 and Elmer Martin, pkmo solos by the fifth district, Florida depart- Emil Rathel Frolicl-cr. 78. Fran-I'
and Redland churches; Ardel Parman, a melophone solo of I
ment the American ,
I Legion jo died at hit home FII- :
S. J. Lynch who notified Mn'l by Anne Rheney, and two vocalnumbers grocer
Catholic church. I supported by the Dade County day after a brief Illness The body'' Turner's Funeral Home
by little Janice Johnson, Guard of Honor In full uniform, '
was tent to Cincinnati for
The Homestead Woman' Club,' daughter of Mr. slid Mrs. Howard services! I
installed officen of John C. Sal- and burial by Turner M-IIK AMBULANCE SERVICE I
also, has promised full co-opera-i i Johnson.
tion Mrs. Hammett reported. i ley Foil, Homstead, last Friday Home Ii | Lady Attendant
night. Before here 17 Phone "'oR Homestead, Fla.i .
I coming ears
Others present at the meetingwere ,,:i Cross headquarters will be kept i
After the ceremonies, refresh Mr Frolicker lived In Cln
ago ,
Mrs
Geo. D.
: Ruehle Mrs. i!i open every afternoon next week
Ralph Kingmtm Mrs. Lee H. Lehj i j from 1 till 5 o'clock.
man, Mrs Sylvia Atkins Mrs. I
Ben Archer, Mrs. M. F. White II NOTI'I OF APPliCATION
I t'OK TAX Deco:
Mrs Clna Stewart. Mrs. J. Law- File Stop*
rence Scott and Miss Esther Liv- Notices hereby Inn that Dalllvlrk
I Inc. holder a9 aulin. at City of Home
ingstonFor I lead Tan Certificate nuafberc'l 1 I rdown
dated the fourth dm of June*
the present local volunteers 1'2. D.. IMS. has filed old I
will probably be certificate In mr office and h.. mad.application ,
to toddler pack work. In accordance fur with tan deed law to Bald iMur certificate thereon
bits said A pack contains a.signed'i embrace* the following. described pn>|. !
any, diluted In Dade County Florida tight toe
for: a sweater. a pair 10 wit tLot your
tens, a "beanie" cap. two pairs .. Block 10 Town of flumelead. -
Inb.. Cite, of Hum......., e
fit romper, a woolen snow suit, County of Dade. Slate of Florida
two part-woolen undershirts, two I The aMeMinent of said property under
the nrtlfliate |Issued rae In the name of
sleeping garments and ten dia Unknown Unl.II laid certlflrate
pers. Dado's pack quota by Sept. shall be redeemed rronlmi U law,
I tan deed will issue thereon o.h, 4th
1 Is 2000. ,day of June A. D.. ID4I w
Mr. Tibblts will get material 18(1 Dated thin tulh day of April A. D. sa

for two hundred garments from f B. LRATHERMAN.Clerk 6
Miami and of Circuit Court.Circuit .
today 'they will be I Dade County. Florida
given out Monday to chairmen of Court Real
Sly N. C 8TFKRETT. D u1114a
the different groups The Redj I t. 8, IS. IS. SO. IMI '
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1 slip into this trim Buick's scat i* idle. Your car operates solely on
You
right off the bat you know die small, frugal forward carburetor.

you've found something. .
nut any time you need or want power

The cushions fit- tho wheel! nestlespress down your toe and away you

; in your hand the whole blessed go, with two fuel mixers working

s beauty seems to lay,"Welcome! friend t tWhereVe Thrilling? You bet. But by actual test

you been?" and experience, alto mart thrifty-

Then you seek out an open road where much as 10% to 15% more thrifty
than previous Duickt of like lizo.I .
f, you can really try Compound Carbure.

lionf-and press down your right toet I Only Buick can give you Compound

C arburetion-and even that is only

Make your porch a "summer Instantly tbere'a, I rush of power a* if one of Daick's many desirabilities.
an extra engine had gone to work.
living room" to be proud of There's great size-lush comfort-the
Fact it-one ha*. smartest of style -solid Buick good.

H. B. DAVIS "FLOOR and DECK" ENAMEL Under your bonnet a special, second ness -all at prices sass

carburetor has cut in, opening up a that spell an unmistakable slrs

-weatherproof-waterproof.stoffpnot fresh reservoir of power not /. bi bargain. ,t

A paint so tough that it resists sun, ice, rain /o""llll any other ,IItl.,. Why BUlckdealer"llowMo.t not ask your

snow and the grinding footsteps of constant of the time that extra carburetor much?"

usage. And so inexpensive that for as little as $2 fr t1s B11al.aa

you can buy enough paint for a 225 square foot tAnilable sl alight earn coil M tome Buick SrtclAL .....trl., N

porch! In 10 smartly styled colors.H. standard on all other Scrirs. .. *IIMJ IFlill.Alic".

B. DAVIS SCREEN ENAMEL '1 A Suit tax, tftimtf*f tifmint -

make last for I RB & kkV c'XIMPLAa t4 tieetutritl -
your screens yearsScreening '
I' ,Ittr.. Prien gad s tifi-
is costljr-[> inl is cheap A good rust- taliuil /*/'ref If tkanftWitt

resistant enamel i* real life insurance screens! I or eiNiiAi MOTOII VAIUI *! Httict.
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, I BROOKER LUMBERCO...fo'I INC.

Lumber Hard*'are. Sash. Doors Tool PRESTON B.. BIRD MOTOR CO.
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Phone 62 Homestead Fla. SOUTH ROME A>'E. .IT FIFTH ST. PHONE IS HOMESTEAD FLA.

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r,,tl.! .hW FrI.lo,. 1H""' -...... FlbT ... Prophecy .x':t
U. tVmlli t).d.' fublUhlnf CoMptnr Homestead High-Lights u I
!"I.... as ...rti ., l 1. II, 1t12! 1.IM post uffl. >i BY EDWARD: TOMERLIN: "
H.-1..d Plurldi under the act ol .
Mai I W UII' .__ '1 :The superintendent of the W P A. .

BEN ARCHER Praldtftl and Editor- I History of the Class I of 1941 .CLASS SONG i',Is For what working he wanurto hard is be not some my day lint I Ii

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HAKJOKIC LEACH ARCHER
Thats what
Letter .
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(Twos !.H.nd II* Davit MX "'.Ikla r I Frances Lamb would be
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SUBSCRIPTION RATS Soothe the I
tick to fill\ pune' '
In Dodo County..-_-.____ II.M I Way back In September' of 19'9.,1 I I We did not realize how small we I W* are the Class of Forty-one! I Help the ill and make her :
Onuldi of Dada Cguntjr.______ ,1.1" A. D., when James T. Wilson wit were until we began wandering I We are the Class of Forty-one! them well'
But "
i principal a group of young boys I' around in an entanglement of cjas1; 1 We are the Class of ForlonelWe have a home in which tor '
i dwell. *
and girls met In the Homestead |set, pupils, teachers, and subject work the hardest and have' tI.I SAt

It Pays to AdvertiseBy grammar school The students enrolled '|, matter. most fun sports he It a wonder .;!

In Miss Jackson's and Mrs.Edwards' :|;i Upon our eighth September For all our sins are taken away. ,He likes the women, too, '

Annie :Mohrw FlUpatrtrk I rooms Among these I,I I Adrian Callahan Joined our ranks [,But Jimmy says, 111 be a coach"" $ .
I'll have my girlish figure back were: Edwin Booth Joe Byrum and we now knew our way around We are the class the teachers love!''I guest thafi what he'1do.\ 4.
Just any time now. Charles Connor. James Sullivan, I the high school building, there- We are the class the teachers love! !
My hair will lose lu luster-lack' Sheridan Miller, Fred Fucha, El- fore the year slipped by quickly. We are the class the teachers love! ,To fly airplanes It Just his dish .:*
Just any time now. I bert Dolor Elbert West, Archer School opened In September They think we're angles" from,I No boats for him which float like y

Each tooth will gleam just like i Oodson Richard Caves, Betty under' the direction of a new principal Heaven above I fish, ..'.f
pearl, Jane Meybem' Rose Peterson, Mr. Rchwinkle At last we I1 For all our sins are taken Iwa)'.,Archer Dodson president of P..J*

My every eyelash loon will curl Frances Lamb and Katherine Or- had reached high school only to' | A. A. '.
0 I shall be a glamor girl fanedes.' In one whole year we,:find our upperclasa men called Yet, we deserve all sorts of praise!; Will fly and fly until his dying day. J

'Just any time now learned our numbers and alpha-I RATS. Other rats entrapped UI''Yes, we deserve all sorts of praise''It I Now Charles Connor would be the
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bet, and completed the I time were: Mary Louise Booker, Yes, we deserve all sorts of praise! tame ,.:?
I buy the things they advertise 'Baby Ray I Betty Brown and Jamie Richards i ii But why in the world don't j Iln flying make himself .

Just any time now. It was In 1930 beror.l'f' had i Initiation i followed I with the girls'dressing I' they give us A's Engineer the making of name airplanes
And you can watch me slenderize I another such gathering, to find In overalls' and the bojsj''For all our sins are taken away? j.

Just any time now. hat we had a new principal, Mr I In dresses. The weather cleared up!I i And tome day fly the dogbii
My skin will be breath-taking L B Sommers, and a new teacher and another summer vacation '! Our parents are to out of date! j I I I things. ,
,sweet Mrs. Thurman, with only one followed 'Our parents ore 10 out of date!

.lu My beauty course will be completeJust The following year we entered I we welcomed Mr B M Hlndman They fret and they fume when views,

any time now. the third grade with two new as principal and no new pupils. I we stay out late Might be a housewife If you will ;
members Julia Frances Sullivanand Our junior year was one all Tho all our tins are taken away choose

M.v hands will both be lily white J. T. Godwin who became looked forward to: it was filled Her for your wife, and make her
Just any time now. anything but itrangers' Little did I with many activities, great excitement Our girls are beauties, slim andand I glad

My nails will shine with polish we realize that we would begin and deep satisfaction. These tweet' ,She'll be the best you ever had.
bright taking examinations that would activities were composed of the Our girls are beauties, slim and
Just any time now. last throughout our school life. junior carnival, class play "Joneaey" and tweet ;Newton, Miller, and Gilmer, three
Because the advertisers lay In the fourth grade we acquired and the largest of the social Our girls are beauties, slim and Will join the marines to tall the

A little bit of care each day two new teachers, Miss Hooks and events, the junior-senior banquet, and tweet, | sea.Leathernecks,
Will take that dish pan look away I Miss Pintado With their help we We hope that our guests, the Swains flock around them fall I it what they are
And
Just any time now. were able to pass ill exams and I I seniors, had as much fun as we at their feet mighty fine help In time of

therefore, began our happy did and If so It was a huge sue- For all our aim are taken away.I war,

Don't atop to look before you leap : mer vacation. Only one .um-I I cess Edward Tomerlin joined the |1A typist, a bookkeeper one of w
Just any time now. Eldred Gilmer Joined that ) group at this stop Our boys are handsome, brave these she'll be,

Jump at this chance I'll sell out I The fifth grade was the beginning The fall of '40 found a group of I and grand, ;The most accurate and fastest that

cheap of our preparation (or juniohigh r I well behaved, dignified I ambitious I Our boys ire handsome>> brave I you shall ever s**,

Just any time now. school. Under rtheM upervls-1 young seniors opening the and grand, But you can't ever tell what
I really am not such a ,Ink I lon of Mrs. 'Wynn door to Mrs. Bleler's home room Our boys are handsome, brave!, Julia Is likely to be,

That for I moment I could think I and Mrs. Bird we completed our I where they were joined by Betty and grand. ''But wait! I look In the globe-
That I would'make a screen scout first year with different teachersfor Hadley and Robert Sykea. The When they're through school, I typist she shall,be. '
blink different subjects. Two new seniors now total 27. They have they'll rule the land.
Just any time now. I members Virginia Kinner and Jay had their ups and downs but have For all our sins are taken awa y. i Elbert West will own a store

Newton, were added. at last gathered on this memorable i Where you pay much less, receive -
I In the sixth grade a great disappointment occasion. In spite of this we're modest too, : much more,

It Can't Be faced ui because we Aa clan historian I wish to In spite of this we're modest too., i! You'll get fair weights and
SubjugatedA
learned that death had claimed I thank the teachers of Homestead In spite of this we're modest too.i ': quantity

democracy may be defeatedIn Mrs. Cooper and all had looked I High School and Mr. Hmdman for We do not brag as others do And a better grade of quality. ,

field of battle, but the spirit forward to being In her home guiding our stumbling footsteps For all our sins are taken away. 1"1 "
want to chemist Elbert
a ,
ge
that motivates It Isn't so easily room. After nine months of work over the last miles of our high <<
subjugated not even by all the and play, we found that It wai school education. So hail the Class of Forty-one! |! laid in 41,
He
ruthless force at Hitler'i com time for ui to move on. Tuesday the men and women of So hall the Class of Forty-one! I I worked for days and months
mand. The story of Norway's first We had at last reached the high this Class of 1941 will leave this So hail the Class of Forty-one! I and yean, and now his race i
is
year under Nail rule Is told In a school building only to find that Institution and take their places And try to do as w* have don run,
new pamphlet anonymously we were Infants In a wonderland. along life's pathway. For all our lint are taken ..way.I H. on the top, he knows his
i stuff, a man of great renown .".
written, because the author Is still !,

many.In Norway and active against Ger- Will of the Class of 1941BY I Alfred more than"One-Gun"two times Saunders.a week to |'For everybody knows him for ,

miles and miles around.
The booklet, "Norway Does Not ARCHER DODSON I, Sheridan Miller, leave all of
Yield", la vouched fur by Mrs J. my younger girl friends to Billy I!Another housewife Adrian will be,
Borden Harriman minister to -- I Jacobs. A good one she will make

Norway at the time of the Invasion We, the Senior Class of Homestead i ge Terbur,. I I, Elbert Dolor, leave my personality .,, So hurry boyi and gather round

who says: "It gives us a clear High School of the city of I I I, Rose Peterson leave my husky appeal to David Roberts. Your claim you'd better itak '

I view of the flame of revolt burn- homestead, county of Dade, com- ' voice to Anne Rheney. I, Elbert Gilmer, leamy "Do, re, ml" the teacher laid .f
ing In Norwegian hearts of brave safety patrol badge to Dudley,;
monwealth of Florida, United I, Betty Jane Meybem leave Hill.I 'lAnd every pupil nods hit head. ,,,
and open acts of rebellion againstthe my ability to go steady to Kathleen to i
States of America They will come to Edward
being of feeble Letter
_ foreign tyrant and heroic Freeman. I Archer, leave my
sabotage" mind and memory and brok promptness and neatness to Q, I|i I learn the notes .
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en-down spirit, do make 1, Mary Louise Booker, leave Lowe. And the formula of happiness
publish ,
forced The report to maintain declares an Germany of la and declare this our tint last my southern accent to anybody I, Joe Byrum, leave my stick to: music promotes. i iI
army that it.
. and only stab at a will\ and testanent. wants beat the girls off with to Frank I i
2M.OOO: In Norway, one soldier toe I, Frances Lamb leave my ,l I Louis: Booker, also will have a
In and form Rice.
manner at fol-I
every Un Norwegians. But even I attractive hair-do to Virginia I happy life,
lows: I, Edwin Booth, 11'1my fond I Free from aches and sorrows,
these precautions can not subdue t Walker. 1
what the pamphlet describes IIi FIRST: We the Senior Class of''l I. Virginia KInner, leave my ness for redheads to Red Camber ; caret and worldly strife,

"the Inner strength of democracy Homestead High School. >av' ability to fall in love not lest ; | A married life .Is what she wants
our honored, In I, Archer Dodion.. leave my ."
. fighting on without weapons.' places assembly than once a week to Helen Hooker. and what she shall receive
-(CFD) and all the privileges and rights I ability to get in and but of trouble i An army man, a tailor boy la J kj :

w* hoped to have to the oncoming -: I, Adrian Callahan, 1.8my toT David senior"Monk" Walker. {i what she shall retrieve.. J
seniors. Good tuck class hereby leaves
-you'll
Any man who la to succeed need It! extensive social activities to Doro- love and kisses to Mr. Mac for all[j I>Jamie Richards a name would J

must not only be Industrious, but SECOND: I, J. T. Godwin, as thy Moon.I the favors he has so willingly I i I I claim
Fred Fuchi. leave
my ability done for us. As teacher of music shall fain
. he must hlan almost (ignominy senior J
president of the class leave
lo pitch ball with I plug in I'
my The senior class further leaves I'! much fame,
tons love of details. Arthur 1'
gavel the of 1
my symbol authority
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my D. L.
mouth to So.'en.I .
Helps. Its many thanks to our co-spo n- I Help others know of music's! worth
with which: I have direct- i
ed the James Sullivan leave my I Hrs Mrs. Molar and Mri. Scott I..i And fill their heart with Joy ando
misguided steps of thehappy
ability to amok all basketball
seniors to to our principal, Mr. Hmdman, .1 I mirth.
Martin.
,
Harry season without getting caught to
The world generally give* Its Mr. Blackburn for his excellent
admiration not to the man .ho THIRD: The Individual members Bobby Delllnger. directing In our junior and sen-| Katherine Orfanedes will teach

does what nobody else ever attempts of the senior class leave the I, Jay Newton, leave my bash-I lor plays, and to the rest of the) horn ec.'If .
{j' to do, but to the one who following to the student body: fullness to Harry Bowen. faculty you talk l In class your grade

does beet what multitudes do well I. Betty Brown, leave my Unlv.rslty !- I, Elbert West, leave my manly I|j: she'll wreck,
f Macauley. of Florida boy friends to build and broad shoulders to John I I Revoking all former wills w* do You'll learn to cook, and make
Betty Ray Clark.I Kuhn. publish this toj our last will II your clothes,

Katherine Orfanedet, leaven I, Edward Tomerlin, leave my I'and testament In witness whereof I That's the way your routine goes
I don't think much of a man ;w* have hereunto put or hand !
\) romantic career to Theresa. meekness and weak: voice to Harry' I II
who to nit wiser today than hewa Redd. >| It' Curl. I this I day and year of our Lord, A director of music, or" a @Yin-

.terday.-Abraham Lincoln, I, Jamie Itlchards, leave my I, Charts Connor leave my May 26. 141.SENIOR. phony band
love for Mr. Hester to GenJwveCUn. ability to shoot bull to "Chunk" CLASS OF 1941 I Edwin will be the best from

Events are transpiring to rapidly *. Glenn. I I many a land

that the pen. frequently I, Julia Frances Sullivan, leavemy I, Richard Caves, leave my famous "Oh, waiter, I hive only one Music be will teach to everyone "
Until final li run.
dipped In blood that records themon ability to go with a different bookeeping career to Ben piece of steak today instead of my his race

the page of the world's history boy every night to Edna Forte.I Shular. I I usual two." ( Bobby Sykes though small "tn

I t must move with lightning Betty Medley leave my recipeon L Robert "Bobbie" Sykes. leave I I "Pardon me, air, the cook forgot -!; true

rapidity--Agnew Welsh. "How to Lose Weight to Grist rrvy ability to com, to school not | to cut It In half."-Ex I i I (Continued on Pall Six)



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:law and sister, Mr. and Mrs puhl in Hollywood this week visiting Alton Whitehead reported for
Walbridge ot Miami. Mrs. Wynn' parents, Mr. and duty at the C C. Ccamp at Kendal -

In. and JlroundHomestead Mrs S. W. Smith. Wednesday
Mr. and Mn Robert fassube

1.' and son have moved from the Banks Byrum; ot; the U. S. MarInes Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Severy and

Flower building to the Ffck stationed at Qunntico Va, daughters, Misses Milfred and

apartments la expected to arrive tomorrow Warrens, were Sunday guest of
for t ten-day visit with his parents Mr. and Mrs E W. Severy of
J. R. Baraks, E. A. Ames, T. J. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Byrum. Miami.
I Faust and L. W. Ernst spent the
w I week-end fishing on the keys. Mrs. Roy Wltlenwyler. ; of Goulds Mr. and Mn. Wm. Angelinl and

Mn. R. H. Fitzpatrick will Mr*. Holferty. Arthur was graduated M-E.F.: : left last week for a onemonthvisit children, William Jr. and Lillian,
leave Sunday for Gslnestllle to from Yale medical school and Mr. and Ray have with relatives la Oregon(left Monday for South Carolina.
cone for a vacation in Slater, Mo,
see her son, Francis, receive hli la now serving an internship at
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and Wis.Mr. Barket"HalT7
of Wisconsin General Independence, Kan. Fred Defiler
diploma from the University hospital In
and airs. Wm. Dean ot
of
Key West the weekendin
Florida Madison, and Francis will be graduated Allen spent
Pope returned Wednesday Culter are announcing the birth Florida City.
from Harvard medical night from Gainesville where
of a seven-pound thlrteen-ounce
Frank B. Rue and C. business J. Par- school this summer and then go he has been attending the University ton William Archer, in the James Mrs R. J. Shepherd; left Mon
man visited in Ocala on to Roosevelt hospital to serve his of Florida.Mr. .
Archer Smith hospital Saturday. day for her summer home In
last week and pent a day in Internship. Their parents, Dr. North Haven, Conn.
Gainesville with Mr. and MM. W. Francis Tucker and Dr. Emma and Mrs; J. A. Rotherhan
FLORIDA CITYBy
M. Fifield. Tucker are returning from China of Redland have as a guest for Mn. Wm. Brooks spent hint
where they served ai medical two weeks Miss Josephine Pulsi- ..... w. W. Sever week In Lake Worth visiting with
Mr. and Mri. Carl Deden. Jr., missionaries. sar of Maine. friends.
are announcing the birth of I six Florida City residents who attended -
six-pound Ix-ounce son, Carl Mr. and Mrs. Joe Scarborough Miss! Joyce Anderson of Naranja a conference In Trinity Mrs. J. H. Dixon. who suffered

III, In the James Archer Smith and children will leave Mondayfor underwent a tonsil operation in Church in Miami were: the I foot injury last week, la now
hospital on Monday May 22. Mrs. a visit in Hot Springs, Ark. the James Archer Smith Hospital Rev and Mrs. W. E. Rowell!, Mr. able to be out.

Deden and Baby Carl will be returned and points in Alabama. I esterday. !and Mrs. Roy Chandler, MrsJame .
Miss Jett>e Herring C M. Herring -
to their home tomorrow. I Mr. and M'Dave: Kufeldt. U. Dobbin Mrs J. W, and O. M Herring arrived
Mrs. Deden Is the former Miss Mr. and Mrs. L B. Danzey are Freeman, Mrs Charles B. Clinton,
Mrs. Dan Roberts and Mr and I last week from Clinton and Jack
Virginia Voss. !announcing the birth of an-eight I Mrs L B Deitz, Mrs John Roh-
Mrs. Robert Holland left Sunday i' I II I'son. Miss. for H visit with Mi and
and a half pound son at their
I rer. Mrs R. J Shepherd and Mrs
I for a visit In Chicago Mrs 'C S Phillip
Mr. and Mrs W T Beam will home Friday Mrs Danzey: is the Clyde Niell Bishop Kennj who: and family

leave today to spend the summer I I former Miss _Helen__ Parker. Mr and Mrs: AugustusVSnn has recently returned from China i i :Ma S S Shield tat rturncd
in Augton, Utah and on Brain spent severs day was the principal speakei Continued on Mgt Nine>
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Geo. M. Frick will leave Sat- I just finished her junior year at

urday for DeLand to attend the Florida State College for Women

graduation exercises of his daughter i will remain in Talluhasse until 'WANT If TlrATrJUST
Miss Virginia' from Stetson i June 7 to assist the director if ,
University Mrs Frick has been the short course for 4-H girls

visiting at the university for sev- which begins tomorrow She is
eral days. assisting at a 4-H camp in Gads-
I den county this week. TAKE THE WHEEl OF THIS BIG,
Miss Dorothy Phillips ot Toronto -
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Canada, who had spent several Miss Marjorie Moser, student POWERFUL, LUXURIOUS 1941TPNTIAC
weeks visiting Mr. and Mrs'fat Florida Southern College at
H. K. Foulk and Mr. and Mrs Lakeland, returned to her home

Jack Polk, left last week for a here Snday. Miss Annabell Redd, r

visit in Owensburg, Kw, before also a student at Southern, returned -
returning to her b me. Saturday.Mr. .
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Dr. and Mrs.; -Carl F. Robinson and Mrs.: : Chas. Lair ,reIn

win leave tomorrow for De- Detroit where Mr. Lair was 'f'Z1II1JIJ'AND
Land where they will attend the called last week because of the
graduation exercises of Stetson death of his mother.

University where their daughter, Mrs. Hassle Groover;' with her t DRIVE IT FOR 10 MINUTES
Miss Pricllla Sue will get a degree ,
son Lehmon, left Tuesday for a
I i vn ta. You'll find it's the snappiest performing, ensued
Mrs. E. L. Lawrence left Wednesday short stay in New York City ,L I 'Izi
handling most comfortable, safest lowpricedcar
to attend the graduation
Mrs M. P. Walker was returnsto you ever drove-10 beautiful body styles-and you
exercises of her son, Edwin, at
her home yesterday from the take choice of six in models
can your I or an eight say
the University Georgia. at Ath-
I James Archer Smith: Hospital
ens. where she had been a patient lor

Mr. and Mrs. tdw. Little several days. PRESTON B. BIRD MOTOR CO.

nounce fifteen-ounce the birth son of Thomas a an-I Irving Loaner student at LouisIana South Krome A\c., at 5th St., Homo-tcad, Fla.
State University returned
in the James Archer Smith last
for the summer night.
pital Saturday
I Miss Mary Dnna Brown aniMiss ,
Mrs. T. J. Harris and Mis Edw. Betty Richards students al
Brooker left Sunday to spend for Wo-
the Florida State College
several days visiting Mr. and I men, have returned to11eir
Mrs Edw. Brooker, Jr., and Mr. homes here. DOES YOUR CAR HAVE ANY
and Mrs. Ernest Thompson in Orlando
Mrs Thompson Is a daughter Mr. and Mrs. Neill Knowles ol f

of Mrs. Brooker. ,Key West were over-night guests
of Mr. and Mrs Ben Archer Tues. OF THESE FAULTS
Miss Alia Webster will arrive day.
Sunday from Decatur, Ga., where
she has been a student at Agnes Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Jackson left
Scott College. last week to spend the summer a'' 7e .
their home in Highgate Springs +
Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Black, Mrs
Gordon Neill and Mrs. G. Neill of IVLI

South Allapattah Gardens will I Mrs. E. J. Moore and daughter
leave today for a vacation in Alli- Jane of Redland are spending Lacks Power and Speed?

ance, O. three week visiting relatives al t
Apopka. Hard to Start?
Mrs H. J. Rhodes and children, I
Betty and Ronnie, who had spent Miss Jane Gatlin will arrive today < Uses Too Much Gas
several days here returned to from Macon where she hal

their home In Hallandale Sunday.tin. 1 been attending Wesleyan College I Vibrates or runs rough?
Rhodes' parent, Miv and '' '
.Frank Morris left last week 01
and No ?
Mrs. Murphy, went to Mallandale Sluggish Pep
with them for the day. a business trip to Charleston.
'
Mr. and 'M'M.; : : Holferty of Miss Lucille West Wm. J
Clarkand Billy Walton, studentat .
South Allapattah Gardens will
Mara Hill College, Mars Hill,
leave Tuesday on t six-week vacation -
N. C.. returned to their home
trip to visit their sons-in-
law and daughters. Prof and Mrs. ,here last week. Drive it into our garage and have the engine SCIENTIFICALLY .
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Floyd Arpan ot Evanston, 111, Mr. and Mrs: Adrian Jacobs has '
and Mr. and Mrs. Miller Cross of week-end guests Mr. and M h TESTED with our new SUN MOTOR TESTER and

family Chicago.reunion They will and also the attend weddingof I Richard Alfred Eldridge Mack and, all Mrs.of and Miami.Mn ,see for yourself what is needed to put it in first class operating

their nephew, Francis Tucker -
of Lake Geneva, Wls, who with Mr. and Mrs. A. W. HuUhin condition.
his elder brother. Arthur spent bison entertained over the week.I
the winter of 1927 with Mr. and end Mr. Hutchlruon's brother-in


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Two Homestead Girls to Get Degrees Redland Girl Scout Troop Receives .. ,;

I jH."HrQOT.gContinued [

From Stetson University on June 2 Badges at Annual Court of Awards ,

( from Page Four).

Deland, May 29.-Two Stetson i ber of the Glee Club and recently I I Will be the equal of many of you .; ,

University seniors from Homestead gave her annual senior music recital Badges at the annual court Lee Robinson Catherineand I He'11 be a swimmer and teach to all

I Miss Virginia Frick and !. awards of Redland Girl Scout I Ann Shackleford Connie Just how to swim ten though ., .
Mist Sue Robinson are among the Mist Robinson a member of Campbell Jo>'lene Mock Bar- I you're small -
99 candidates for degrees to be PI Beta Phi sorority. it a transfer :Troop No. 38. held Tuesday afternoon bara Home Margaret Barnes ''JI
When the Cassanova'f at his best *
In Redland School Auditorium -
from Florida
State College for Ruth and Betty Byrum Joy Peters I (
r Fred let the "
Women. While at Stetson she hat were presented by Mrs Peggy OBrlen Ardel Parman, I never women rest :

been outstanding; In the field of Ceo Me Caskl! ] of Miami. Miss Anne Rheney Margaret and Betty And He'll be be In a pitcher baseball's'Mall and! gain a name Z': !'
of
cth'ctici! hiving been a member Myrtle Kerfoot It troop leader and Stillman, Barbara Miller. Kather- I Fame :f
of the Blazor CI b; vice-president Ine Kelly. Ruth Rutland. Barbara Betty Jane and J. T. tome day'.;>' "t
of the Women Athletic Association Mrs H. L. Cowman lieutenant(Jean Smith Barbara Wakefield will wed .t 'I\'

president of the Physical : Joy Lee played a piano solo, Mary Catherine Suber and Betty So mark the words that I have ; .; ;.iOI

Education Majors Club; a member and Marilyn Bethea tap dancedto Bailey. I I said, ,'''' .

Aft sff at the Ping Pong Club; anda piano accompanlemcnt by Ila They will be happy and have ., ,_T
alI
member of the varsity hockey Jean Irwin. Kathleen Campbell I children two 'tI
Kathleen Wagner and Rosemary Funeral of B. G. YounirIs
team I And they'11 succeed In all they do. i..: .
The Stetson graduates bacca- Hennington led in group tinging Held in Moberly, Mo. bT

laureate service Is slated for Cookies and punch were served ,' '" I I Betty Brown will be a glamour .; 'l'

June I I. and commencement for after the presentation of badges Benjamin Given Young. 71 a girl '. ,

June 2faiKiu.it. I Badges were awarded at follows : resident of Homestead for the past I Keep social circlet in a whirl t" .;

: I I 25 years died at his home suddenly Some day her name you'll see In -':: .

: Katheleen Campbell- hostess. last Friday. Funeral services I lights b
horsewoman, foot traveler Interior i ." 11
trfar/ were conducted Saturday And rise to fame of unknown J

4 ,. decorator swimmer second I! afternoon at 3:30: clock in Turner heights ': d I

class Funeral Hoome chapel by the
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Avocados for Sale" Is what
the II
Evelyn Goramnn-foot traveler
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i Rev. Frank Marlow of Miami who
I garden lower finder, tree finder w>i assisted by Dr. J. E. John-i, sign will read ;; 'f
-- community. my troop second Richard and Joe will supply the 1
V/ 0Mf it t-ftlCK AOW i stone, Mrs Young and her brother needs II
4 Wr row class J. W. English accompanied the J
.awarded at Stetson commencement Joy Lee-hostess, musician second body to Moberly, Mo., for final i It matters not how large or small ,''r)},v .

program ""n June 2. Miss class i I services and burial. I The order Is. they till them all. ;; :

Friek daughter 0Mr and Mrt Marie Rogers-c h I 11 I d t care, f
Mr member of
Young was a A nurse shell be to help the 111 'j;
P
Ceo M Frick, u- completing re- 1 1I horsewoman service. I
I IMUIII' Homelt-ad Royal Palm Lodge No Give them medicine J
qu rementk fur the Bachelor of 1I Rosemary Hennington foot even a pill f'pe
I So when you're tick do not d spairHadlcy I. a
Miss 101)Besides
degree RObmRon.1 traveler. service. second class. .
1 I'f; wife Ada he Is will be there. '
always right
of Di and I
Grace
daughter Buro-Interior decorator aIf
survived t> four driers: Mrs G ,
Robinson Is a candidate for the service, second class. I F. Dun:;gcr. Mrs T ucy Hillman Although I know not what It It r N

Bachelor of Arts degree Charlotte Murray-service, sec- Mrs. I..ma Hubbard. and Mrt As a dietician the'11 be a whiz ".
A member nt the Phi Beta national ond class I
I Molly smith. nil of Moberly, an,* Virginia will tell you just what j.-. b
women, music rjternitv% Katherine
Levy architecture I
one brother. Oaid also: of Mo foods to eat
Miss Frick has been active in music garden flower finder I JI
berly. Along this line she can't be beat S
during her undergraduate t Melba Collins-hostess. second I

reef at !.tet on. She is also a 'a-I I class.

Rosemary Burke-service, sec- I '
KOTKB OP TAX APPLICATION Vtt.lt fill Sue Ro8ovSON ond class. 4atez youwr. d1W e y. : Sl

Hit 14111Nillro NOTICE Or Arrl.If'ATIUIFT. Sally Lou Bryant.-service. second -
Ii hereby .i.... that 1I.1II..k.In. . \' tttrn ,
holder as .../.ne. of City at H m.. File 14"K7N class I hoebuclH Co.
stood Tax Certificate numbered tops. .Hd \. Hereby liven, ha' HaillwlrkInt Kathleen Wagner-service. sec Sears :
ol December A. D. 1 2tiu ; ..
dated the Ith oar holder at amurnei >' 'its of H mound
tiled said cortlfkal. In m, nffln/ mil Ti> Cortlflrau numbered U40., ond class.
hal mad. .appllratli. for I U. deed to dated the Ask day .)f ,lun.. \ D, 127ha Guests at the court Included: BISCAYnE BOULEVARD AT 1313 ;
'saw therein In acturdanra with l law < tiled said certificate In m> nfflr.. and ST.
tald <*n (I at. embraces the fnlluwlnl it h. mi I. application. for H tai deed. to Mrs Frank Skill Mrs Russell
scribed |>roi.rt>. situated In bad County IIN.UO thereon In amrlann. with Home Mrs W. W. Bethea Mrs r P
Florida. to will Bali certificate embrace the following ..
Lot II Block 6 Fread Ad,In, Nil 1. rribed pn party. situated In lade .1.1 Vane Harris. Mrs J. Lawrence &: SttJ>
In the city of 11.-..... County; of Florida. M wit: Scott, Mrs. W. A. McElya. Mrs j n
I.ado, State if rlorldaTho Lot A. Block I. T.tum' R dvrdaloAddllloa .
assessment of Hid property under I I In tho City i>C Norris McEl>a. Mrs Curtis E. '
the said .rtlllt.t. (Hind. ... In the name County of l>.Je. Star of
nknuwn Unless, Mid ....II...... oh.1I1, Th. assessment of said ._
W redeemed accordions: to low. tai deed ,,the aid Certificate" Issued Was lI..mlOtrod'l I -- -- - --I
will ton thereon on the 17th day of Unknown. Unless said eert .
Jun.. A. D. I HIOatod bo redeemed according to I. I
this Itch day of M.,. A, D. 1941 will issue .h..... on the rI
LCATHERMAN Jun., A. O IH4I
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bolder a. aioltiM of City of Honw i file S40 4 I I .
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stand T.I r.rtlfk-.te. numbered 10..7 and Notice I. hereby glues. that Balllwlrk I IIn. I,
lOTut. doted the led sty of J.no. A. D.I ... holder aa sirs l of City of Homoj j
1020 hoe filed saw certificates In air 01. stead Tao Certificate numberedRasa. f'
flee. and has ",.do application. tor a taxi I dated the fifth diy of tW-1
dead to Issue .ho... In accordance with ember A. D,. IM7 ties filed .505' JI
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Ins de rlbed/ proporty situated In Daft I I for tai deed to .bus therooa
County Florida. toif. I In accordance with law hid cenlllral..mbrarra ., Brand
Lot 10. Block 1 Fn.d Addition No 11.1. the following.. described prop> -
I. the City of ? ,;.. ; County of Dad..1:I arty. situated In Dad. County. Horlda,
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sat. ; $0697 The ammes."t of "oil I Lot I. Blues t. Miami Und i DMCo. .
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In the City of HunnlMd County : County of Dodo. State of FlorMa > .1 ek
Mar of Florida. .. mibrarodi to C.rtHfc Fertilizer
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property under the said certificate Issued) the cortlfkate .hued was In the memo of
axis In the ninw of Unknown I I Oak a.. .. Unless Mid rortlfl.rata .
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how thereon on. the 11th day 01 Juno day 01 Juno A. D.. 1041.
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: Friday May 30 1941 THE HOMESTEAD LEADER-ENTERPRISE Paee Severs
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: i I II I :MERLE MIZELL 80"DES

Redland: Rattier I CHARLES TUOMTSOV --

: DORA SCOTT and ILA JEAN IRWIN, Editors i Good-bye now I Th Senior Class of 1941 of Red- my childish voice to Helen Pope-
i Good-bye now, land High School having come to ; may the never Weve had 12 sex
I our
years.Now its l last hour, find in IU right mind

, 1RII.S.41 Grads in the Year 2,000, A. DBT I> Oh how we must well go miss it does hereby bequeath to our be- hair I, Mary style Engel and, hair do bequeath ribbons my to

Were sure you'll know, loved Redland ichool a movie camera Marjorie Fogle-may she someday
t''; WANDA SICKLE I So please don't cry, which li to be purchased with win a great reward
;And now good-bye funds made by our senior play. I. Marjorie Lewis, do bequeathmy
>* Del-i International League They call I Good-bye now, May each of you that we to reluctantly big feet to Carol Lee-may she
him Flash Greer. I Good-bye now leaIn school, get a i be able to have them fitted
*" SETTING: The year 2,000, A. D., We'll miss Greer cooking screen test I, Colleen Me Vicker, do bequeath -
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Venus Charles (Sound of rocket ship whipping I I
on the planet, Each day at noon. At individuals the will it ai ability to imitate
my a
Thompson, well known scientist I around the castle In circle Comes )1 Don't change the menu follow, to wit: I teacher to Nathcllne Gnffen-
and Inventor, had made a trip to I to abrupt stop Leonard Greer en- I We may be back soon I I I' Ulllan Andrew, do bequeathmy she be is successful as I have been may,
'this planet In the year 1999 A. D. s I ters.) : From September until June ability to get the man I want I, Wanda Sickle, do bequeath)'
I The president of the United States Ij j I Leonard: Hlyah I Squeezer''Whatiha '! But for nowGoodbye I'to Gertude Odom-may she tome my ability of ailing older port In
has set R. B. know I
Brown
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John up now day get result plays to Lilly Mae Campbellmay
.Zlnker as king of Venus As thei I R. B.: You shouldnt fly like | I. Dorothy Behrens, do bequeath she some day grow up.
i scene opens, we see King R. B. that;. you'll scare my slaves "ugh- I to match his hair I my gum popping ability to Mary I I, June Vrana, do bequeath my
Zinker lilting on the throne on a lets ( .wel1-may the some day succeed -
blonde hair to Nellie
Cash
blue-covered dais He Is dressed I Leonard: Shucks, thats nothing I '(Enter Dorothea Lyons, Joe Lyons I may
i she never have to use peroxide
WandaSickle
til a long, blue cape, and a silver You ought to see Price back Dorothy Behrens, I Elizabeth Craft, do bequeath I. John Brown do
bequeath
James Lucky, and Douglas II :.. my
crown. Two anonymous juniors I In the states. He burnt out his .. :I ability of being a woman niter
dressed as slaves In blue: clown i braking engines, and the last 1 Sweeting please stay, will you? : to Human Alderman--max' he
from right saw him, he still : All: Hello, everybody'
suits enter was dodging
I' AU (except John and Clyde): i some day join me a* a bachelor
i' Slaves: (Bowing, hand king a 'things.. The Interplanetary Pa- R. B.: What have you all been Yen! I, Billy Campbell, do bcqiieith *
A sheaf of documents) Ugh! : trol got after him but he couldn't I doing? John: I'll have to go back to the I my dancing ability to ERon- '
stop, so they don't know what to I Dorothea: Oh, I spend m, time USA president has his duties, boi r h-mav she some dubo
R. B : (Reads part of them silently ; do.
at Miami Beach ,
over managingmy
you know. able to shake a leg
, ) Why, whats this Oh I'dI ': Slaves (enter, point to tele- slenderizing salon Clyde: I wouldn't be happy If I ,, 1, Q n Chubb Jr., do bequeath
forgotten. It appears that the scope): Ugh! James haven heard about '
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you didn't have beauty controls to' my abilitv to talk on It mm
president of the United States, I John (looking in telescope): I II
Joe Hes secretary of the navy judge subject successfully to 11 A .\Illan
John Brown, has unearthed some Here comes another rocket ship and designs my new space ships I Lewis: Oh, there be plenty of -may he never need wiv d"fiance -
old documents among his records. '' (Crash of rocket ship) Wh-oh, he I for recreation I beauties here after a while. I'll'; ,
and thinking they would be of ran into a sand dune. I Joe: James ii not doing so bad; bring some from Uranus, and we.' I, Henry Dixon do bequeath my
Interest to me, has sent them on. Kitty: That must be Price and ,
either. He building the ships I can got them right a\\'ayl! outstanding Intelligent 10 A T.
Why, this Is the history of mygraduating Dixon.
I design Marjorie: Trust Lewis to get in ]I DIMS-may he some dn\ enroll
, class of Redland (read Charles: Are they still kicking Wanda: \Vhltev done a:1 light on something like that at Princeton University
history). Well, well, well! Ive (Louis Price and Henry Dixon enter -I by herself. She has her own tele- R. B.: You can all have positions -I' I. Bobby Fisher,do bequeath my
just realized how lonesome I am. ; .) vision radio program In my kingdom to correspond ability to get unsatisfulon .'vcusej -
Slaves! Louis and Henry: Yes Dorothy: But mv program with jour professions We can all1 to Marie Bashir-mis' she
Slaves: Ugh I Henry: Your vitamin ,pill are A,ouldn be the hit It Is if Wanda I live hi"e In my kingdom never make below 70 on (" t""lCII-
R. B.: Tut ke me an boy gor re killer dillers, Charles. (Points to didn't write the script. Elizabeth: But It doe n't seem !I ship
sum I telescope) What that Bobby: Douglas, what are you I right to have a kingdom as part I. Leonard Grccr, di i'nmeutli
Slaves: Ugh (Exit left). R. B.: Hey! That my television doing of the democracy of the UnitedStates. I my pleasant smile to Blow link-
R. B: As soon as the President I equipment. I Dou las: Oh, I'm master mechanic ; i son-may he some day put II in
receives my message I can have a Henry: Golly! Here come a I at Pan-Planetary Rocket- John: Lets make a republic of .
reunion with I my classmates whole slew of ships (Roar of II(, ways. (Sound of rocket ship) I| it. We will have an election for use.I, George Hufildt, do bequeath
Utopia! (Turns aside to audience)I shipi near at hand.) Enter Mary Graham: More ships governor in November. I my shortness to Raymond Lee -
and explains) That. means, gee,' Engel, Elizabeth Craft, Marjorie I Douglas: Who Isn't here yet? I R B: After all, a democracy is may he some day quit growing
way back In '41 It 11 be good to Lewis, Colleen McVicker, June Dorothy: Merle, Lillian, Billy, the beetAll I I I, Graham Mc Elroy do bequeath -
see them again I'll have to remember Vrana, Rex Romine, Graham Mc- I Truman Junior and Clyde. That I : You said It! ''I i my ability to be I reservedat
' to War those old clothes I Elroy, Bobby Fisher and George I must be they. (Merle Mizell, Lillian KB.: Lets sing "God Bless nil times to Adolph I bone; -
so I can be recognized Kufeldt. I Andrews, Bill Campbell, Tru- I America". (Stand and sing ) I i (Continued on Page Ten I
1 R B.: Hello, everybody! Mary, man Mills, G. B. Chubb, and Clyde
Scene II j just as pretty as ever. What have Swilley enter) ..........................................................................
SETTING: Two days later. The i you been doing I Wanda: I bet it won't be hard
President has Issued a proclamation I Mary: Oh, after I finished college ,to guess what Merle doing
all over the United States for I spoiled it all by getting Lillian: Sure, she got married :
graduates of the senior class 011' married I right after she graduated
Redland High of 1941 to dress In' Elizabeth: He s rich, too! Merle: Lillian Is a private *ecretary -
the clothes they wore 60 years before Mary: Well, hes pretty well- How about telling them all :
and take their respective to-do I about yourself, Bill
ships on the journey to the planet, Elizabeth: R. B., Marjories still Bill: I'm assistant to Joe. I test oil
Venus Here a reunion Is to beheld an old maid.Marjorie I the rockets he design and builds. : Ln
As the scene opens the king : Liz, you needn't talk.(I Guess what Chubbier a great
Is pacing the floor. His cape Is At least I'm head of the history cartoonist .
flung back disclosing clothes of department at Vassar, and you're I Junior: I earn my living cartooning -
1940 just an old maid living off your My latest comic: trip won Q
R. B.: Do I hear a ship Yes Inheritance. I an academy award.
Here comes someone In a bright R B.: Liz, you're not married Truman: That strip I* pretty The stall
red one Oh, I wish they would You're a maid, yeh, but you'renot I I good. My field i* Diesel engineering -
hurry (Sound of rocket ship old. Eyes: her with favor) I just developed a 100 percent
landing Charles Thompson Colleen, what have You been doing I I I efficient Diesel engine. !
enters). ? Clyde: I judge beauty eonteltal I HOMES !
Charles: It'. great to see you I Colleen: Oh, I've been teachIng when I'm home from the sea ve I aremadeof.Homes "
You haven't changed a bit, :you at the Martyn school for girls, I developed 8 good pair of sea leg*.'
know (Pumps his hand) I III. famous for Its high scholastic i R. B.: Well, now that we're all
R, B: Nor you! These vitamin( standards I here, lets have some fun Here I
Mary: I understand that only the document that prompted I II
what I are
pills
developed are
:you start with the wisp of
call great Look at us, 75 years old students with an I. Q. of 180 or I this reunion. (Lewis Vrana enters a
and we don't look a day over IT higher can go ,there. (Colleen ,) wish and grow quickly by way of
Yes, they add a hundred years to nods doing'Louis) Henry, what have you been James: Lewis, we'd forgotten I hopes and plans, facts and fig
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a man life.Charles you. I
: Well, how do you like P.: Oh, he'i courting Mal Marjorie: How could we? I ;, ures' into the practical stage.
life aa a king of Venus 999th serious sweetheart They're: Dorothy: Aha! Living up to
R. B.: Oh, its O. K., but III getting younger all the time. Howl I your reputation, playboy! What That's where we come in!
lonesome You know, there ares about June? planetette kept you so long :
very few inhabitants and their Jane: I'm head designer of the Lewis: Aw, my ship won't do We'll guide your home ideas
language If so difficult It Is almost fashion center, Miami, Florida more than 2,000 miles per hour.
Impossible to carry ,on conversation What about Mac The earth repellers aren't workIng along practical lines . tell you
with them. (Sound of Graham: I've been busy keepIng right e how you can use jour "rent i
rocket ship), Oh, here the boys straight at Harvard. Marjorie: Lewis, that old gag "
somebody else (John eom"l Do you know they're planning to was stale in the diyt of automobiles mone)' to build a modern small

ters) make It co-educational: this fall home on the FHA Plan . advise i
R B.: Hiyah, John, boy! This[ III enjoy my work all the more. Lewis (confidentially to boys): '
reunion promises to be fun How Kitty: Doggone! "Nixie", how How you boys managed to pas up I' you about new materials .
i does being President suit you? I how about you? ,Uranus la beyond me.
John: Swell! And I'm going to Rex: They call me the secondLuther R. B: You and your de-icers", Our ideas and advice are free.
set t new precedent I'm going to Burbank because of my Lewis! You just think about i So call us now-before jou'rc 3
run for a fourth term: plant experimentation My latest them while Merle reads the class O.
Slaves (enter and hand king a development I* the odorless guava ,will (Merle reads will.) S ready to build that little home
radiogram): Ugh! I Bill: Didn't we have a poem, of jour dreams!
R. B.: A radiogram Another Bobby: Yes, he's caused quite awnsation too (Someone reads poem.)
ship ii at once I wonder I Charles: Hey, what about that ,
whose it 's.n(Rushes to telescope I George: Bobby poultry farm song I wrote Something about '
: .) It'* black trimmed in red. has gained fame, too. His hen lay good-bye Think we can sing It? .
W. D. HORNE CO.
Who could that be, Charles? scrambled egg Joe: Well, we can try (Sing !
Charles: That'd be Kitty He Graham: And George has been class song)
throw that space ship around proclaimed the best singing minister R. B: Now, I want to ask a i FRANK L. SKILL, Owner e
like a wild man In the unlvene great favor of you. This is the : Hardware Lumber and Building Materials
R. B.: What Kitty doing these Rex: Sounds like rocket hips loneliest place: I ever lived In. Homestead, Fla Phone 517-J
days: (Looks In telescope) Six of them! How about all of you living here i _
Charles: He's playing shortstop I wonder who Oh, that rust one I In my kingdom? You can bringall

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'Tare Eight THE HOMESTEAD LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday, May 30, 19U





I . . Social Events in South Dade . . I





MISS MERLE MIZELL, REDLAND SENIOR, \MISS CLAIR VrlLLETS TO WED MRS. W. R. BIRD ELECTED PRESIDENT .
. FRANK ERWIN TOMORROW I
WEDS CLYDE BOWDEN I FOR 1941-42 TERMMrs.
IN TAMPA MAY 24 Mrs. Roy Darby of Homestead OF UNIVERSITY CLUB

-- : I announced this week the engagement --
HIM Merle Irene Mizefl, a bride, and Miss Josephine Cash of her 'daughter, Claire W. R. Bird wa elected loan scholarship for next year to
member of Redlaod Rich School witnessed the ceremony I Wdleta to Frank Erwin, son of president of University Club Mill Fern Robertson who had '
clan The bride a daughter of Mr., Mn. Wm. Erwin of High Springs, It this year.Present .
graduating sad Clyde Livingston Wednesday night at its closing
and Mn. Mizell of Naranja, will Fla. The marriage will take plate were: Mr. and Mn.
Bowden of Homestead born and reared In this district I tomorrow at the home of Mr. and meeting which preceded a pot- Polk Mr. and Mr*. Becker Mr.

weN married Saturday morning. The bridegroom, only son of Mn. Darby. luck dinner at which husbandsof and Mrs. T. J. Reynolds, Dr. and
at 10 o'clock In the court house Bryant Bowden of members were guests. The Mn. Geo. D. Ruehle Dr. and Mr:
at Tampa. has lived In Homeate.d.1 MRS. SEIFERT SURPRISED meeting was held at the home of R. J. Elliott, Mr. and Mn. Ivan
The bride wore a white his life and he has ON BIRTHDAY ANNIVERSARY Mr. and Mrs. Geo. L. Polk. i Mover Mr. and Mn. Lonnie Hood

length dress with Homestead .*ool I Mn. T. C. Seifert was given a Mr Polk wa made vicepresident Mr. and Mrs. Ben Archer Mr,
ecuoriM and a corsage .tree-I They are living at present In surprise birthday dinner at. her ; Mn. Green Rives, secretary; and Mn. Bird, Mn. James L.
rosebuds. the Caspar Williams house In I home here Sunday. Mr. H. G. Thurman, treasurer; Bird Mn. E. B. Blackburn, Mn.
MM. E. P ..Mizell mother of the Modello. Present were: Mr.. and Mn.; and Mn R. L. Becker, historian IT. J. Bleier Mn. Green Rives,,
Ralph Beer and son, Mr. and' Mn Becker retiring president, Mr. Thurman and little daughter -

WOMAN'S CLUB OF HOMESTEAD CLOSES I Mn. C. H. Nash Mr. and Mrs. presided.The Jane Miss Lois Behrens and.
I Hubert Atkins Mr. and Mn. G. club decided to award its Miss Josephine Cook..
SEASON WITH MUSIC WEEK PROGRAM W. Hanford, Mr. and Mn. W. H.

Peoples Mn. Dell Been Mrs. L.I Deltz I Mr .
MR. AND MRS. WEBSTER B. Cave, Mr* Lloyd *
Mrs. Ruby Shower Baker coun. and bunco party at Avocado Lodge Bechdol, Mr. Eva Ogletree Mill GIVE SUPPER: FOR CLUB (Herbert Katz, Mrs. J. W English,
ty federation on June 10 to raise for Bee Beer and Teddy and Ben I A. R. Misses
music chairman, money I Mr. and Mrs. Julian H. Webster !Mr* Meybem Helen
Bechdol.N.N.N.NNMNNNLNN.NM.NINNNNN..NN.
root repairs. and Esther Livingston and Mrs.
Mrs. Frances Tarbeau and P. J. .. entertained the Thursday
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Cha>'na gave a varied and interesting Refreshments wire served by I Bridge Club at their home last I Turner.
the loste5le.Ir.: .. H. 0 Cron- The Calendar i -
music week program for I week at an out-door supper and
the Woman's Club of Homesteadat I I Mr wall. Foulk.Mrs. Joel J. Robinson and ..,................... NNNN.,...............,.-- meeting. Mrs. C. J. Parman and ON CHARLES BIRTHDAY GESSLER ANNIVERSARYCharles HONORED

the club's last social May 31-Junior Woman' Club, W. E. Rheney made the high I
meeting his
I Present besides those mentioned i Gessler enjoyed on I
this season held Tuesday in the May dance in Chamber of Commerce scores. I
I, were: Mrs. A. Jones, Mrs. J. D. eighth birthday anniversary Sat-y !
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clubhouse.Mrs. building. Present Mr. and Mn. T.
were:
Redd, Mr. H. B. Beattie, Mr*. urday a party given by his mother. :
James McCready Intro- June 1-R. H. S. baccalaureate J. Faust, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cessler at their
Julian H. Webster Mrs. Chas. |Mrs. Martin ,
duced the musicians. I Webb, Mr. and Mn. Lee H. Lehman i iI
Mrs. H. K.I Pratt, Mrs. Ralph Klngman, Mrs.Henry I'services at 11.IS home. ,
Foulk, the president, presided.Members I I IMri. Mr. and Mrs Geo. N. Wake- I
Ruegg, Mr*. Herbert Katz, June 1-H. H. S. baccalaureate i Various games were played
field Mr. and Mn. W. R. Bird
the
reO' Monday MusicClub Newton J. Ball, Mrs. M. L service at 5 o'clock.June during the afternoon and balloon i
I Mr. and Mrs. Rheney, Mrs. Par-
special' guests.Mrs.
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Dark Mr*. T. L. Hodges, Mn. B.I favon. Ice '
-Meeting of Garden were given a* cream
J. F. Hammett told of the man, J. R. Brook and Mr. and
Red Cross E. Catlin, Mr. Reginald Club at 11 a. m. In Matheson Webster. cake punch and candy were I
unit for
South Dade
i Mrs. E. E. Crowson Mr I Hammock, served.
the Homestead B. P. W. C. Is ''Shanklin oshore'l '
Mr P. J.
June I The included: Mrs. Ruth'
guest
sponsoring and of the plan to Meeting of Homestead AREME CLUB PLANS
Mr I. P.
Me Lean
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call for volunteer workers from BP.WC In Chamber of Commerce POT- VCJ[ SUPPER Russell! Mn. Wm. O'Rourke '
the whole territory covered. She 'Smith. Mn. W. R. Anderson and at I p. m. Plan for i pot-luck supper on Maxine Gotsmaa Ruth Reams;
'Mr W E.
Rheney. Alone Odom Gopp, Marilyn -
also read a poem, "We Art I June Business meeting',,of June 13 were made at a meeting Phyllis
Proud." The club voted full cooperation Junior Woman' Club of Home. of the Areme Club of Ad Astra Wagner, Marjorie Price Minnie -
under Its Red Cross REDLAND W. S. C. 8. HEARS stead. Chanter of the O. E. S. Friday Ruth Murray, Patricia Tal- ,

chairman, Mrs. J. R. Brook CONFERENCE REPORTS June 3-H. H. S. commencement Friday night at the home of Mrs.I, bott, Diana Louniberry Elirabettt
It was announced that Mrs. Four member of Miami W. S. I exercise Geo. W. Turner Jr. I Ann Gessler Bobby Black, David! '
Foulk will have C. S. told of Borgardt, Charles Chamber,Frank.
charge of Home. group a recent conference i !
June 3-Ladie. Bingo was played during the '
night at Lions John and Dale Fisher, t
dead civilian at Lakeland at meeting
registration for defense I cake
Club. I evening. Ambrosia candy
from May 31 to June 8. of Redland W. S. C. 5.. Wednesday and tea were served by the hoi-
Announcement was made, also, afternoon at the home of | June 4-RHS. commencement
of a covered dish luncheon bridge Mrs. Frank Stillman. The speakers exercises at B p. m. tess. THE 11{
Present were: Mrs. Gussie Joiner rJ :;;
were Mrs. G. W. Jordan, Jr., June 4-Meeting of Legion
Sam J. Davis Mn. W.
Mn. ,
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PRESBYTERIAN MEMBERS Mn Jas. E. Bartlett, Mr*. A. E. Auxiliary in Legion hall.

HALVE LAWN SUPPER Lederhouse and Miss Marion June Meeting of Redland

About seventy member of the Frank. Neifhborhqpd I Circle with Mrs. L.
Homestead Presbyterian Church Others present were: Mr. J.I I H. Klopp. i I Ij

attended the annual covered dish F. Rohrer. Mn. Roy Chandler and June Meeting of Episcopal DIXIE DRUG !I
cupper of the Woman's Auxiliary :Mrs. Chas. Clinton of Florida Auxiliary at the home of Mrs. H.
served on the lawn of Dr. and City W. S. C. S.. Mrs. Geo. W. Johnson. 'I JACK POLK HOWARD JOHNSONHomestead 30'

Mrs. Carl F. Robinson's home on Turner Jr., Mrs. Cira Stewart, June ID-Meeting of GoodwillLuncheon FI. Phones and 9101pff4
[pmore drive May 23. !Mr. Margaret Harrold, Mr. W. Club with !Mrs Hart
A short play "Pioneer Evan- E. Rowell, Mrs Anna Messer- Adams. I I
ge'lstic! Work In Brazil," was presented smith, Mrs. Tho Brewer, Mrs.A. I
by Mrs Paul Haley, Miss W. January. Mr H. J. Arm- June 11-Meeting of Bow Book I I
Lois Behnns and Miss Irene strong. Mrs. M. M. Ramsey and Review Club In Library at 8 p. m. 104fs;

Jackson. Mrs. J. M. Holferty Mrs. Geo. E. Deuel. 'June 13-Meeting nolcrur nc I I IMrI.
Home I with WITH
poke on missionary work in Bra. BE REMEMBERED
til. Mrs. T. L. Hodges sang a solo Misses Margaret and Virginia A. W. McVicker at : A DAY TO GIFTS t I
and Dr. Robinson and Mi Delaney of Miami were dinner June 10-Benefit ONLY THE FINEST OF

daughter, Patty, played a piano guest of Mr*. .Chas. W. Camp luncheon bridge at ZO'dOCk'l task w ll -snl ego
Sunday. Graduation meana a finest of gifts
duet. Group singing also was en- Lodge. with only the
Joyed. to b* rewarded nay be sore to gt their
you
Mrs. R. E. Trotter wa In Here the is Resell Stor*. And you'll nitddeilghtful .
charge of arrangements. different, pleasantly unusual gifts '?

prkei6

Mr*. H. K. Foulk, Mrs. Henry M.a&srORI .. .
}' Ruegg Mr*. E. E. Crowson and "'No' Ittf

Mrs. Irene Shanklin of the Home . ,, '. ..
e '! Mt" 'i4" ,>II. i''i. \. .\,* ''
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I stead Woman's Cub and Mrs. .,, "
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Olin Wright. Mr*. Harold Oxford i
,, Mrs. Virginia Walton and The Bride : HEADACHES ? coLDSealar I.
Mm Pearl Whitaker of the Jun- s ,,, ,<, '.
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ior Woman' Club attended a 1" ",
I county federation meeting In Coconut beadaches ,, ,

Grove Wednesday. '.
wore . .

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-T*> Enjoy ? ,. a+OEGTHETRICK ..
Accurat; HER hair swept into a pompadour, t atr'b

rielais made up of ringlets. Deep, soft wavesin 4wH

back terminated in clusters of curls.It .

was created especially for. the veil Symphony LawnSTATIONERY

she chose . individual, original. Be FLY KILLER CABINET

good vkise ee.a. ".hlppes sure to see. u's.Ve'U make you your i Use the killer with like tested For both men and

M eei.e Iow wwt of Ad nowt 'loveliest on this Important Day! killing power. For Airs, M women.eavelep 60 sheet Ftne.

mosqutoca, etc. quality.

Dr. B F. Stebbins Phone 269 for AppointmentAlice's
35C PINT $ISO
Dr. L. W. Stebbins

illS W. Flatter SL. Miami Beauty Parlor we..cr .N..,.
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! r ':'HOMESTEAD ON ART BY ART 'TAYLOP HEARS ADDRESS BRADFORD rx......,......FLORIDA....:....MMM.M.nMMNMNMMMMMMMM.... ?,,.. CITY

Social Events I. (Continued From;:;;:7. I

: Myrtle Taylor Bradford .: Mis Ralph Klngrmm a '
week
from a two- \st m Muml
,art chairman for the past ;I : Mrs H A Ekberg Mr with her son and daughterItlaw. !
veim. spoke of art n< n !: ; H Crousc Mr'. Heart j
Mr and Mrs Stuart Sh hh.
.pige in the world's history Mrs. Frank Webb Mrs -, t
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; closing program meeting ; E. Chandler Mri Ruucll Mr. and Mrs Frank Oang.ml ;
AND MRS. J. J. RICHARDS HONORED
REV Homestead Art Club at the Mrs Paul
;' : ;I Rejnolds Mrk left last week for Fairmont N. j

AT *ELLOWSHIP PARTY BY CHURCH GROUP of Mrs Lonme Hood Friday i i. :; Archer and Miss Mabel !\- C., and New \otk
noon. Mrs B. E. Gatlirt' 1

About eighty were present at a and Mrs W. B.MiIls. Mr and Mrs I readings. I I Friday evening O F. Mclntyre L. C. Aldrich spent Sunday ;
I Mrs R. L Hobson artist, criticized pictures visiting his toil-In Iv and
fellowship upper given by members Dan Williams Mi and Mrs. J. I' daughter -
I three Interesting pictures :[ by class members at a Mr and Mrs Frank Stalling j
of the Homestead Methodist I A. Daugherty Mr. and Mrs H. L II
from stamps i 1 held at the Chamber
of of Miami
Church In honor of their paste Brown, Mr rind Mrs. J. D. Redd, !' Mrs Hood served Ice I building Those at !

I and hit family the Rev. and Mn I Mr and Mr, Virgil Lyon Mr and cakesPresent. were: Col and Mr*. Mrs Fred Barker returned Saturday

/ J Richards and Misses Betty; and Mrs Sam J. Davis: Mr. and besides those Mr and Mrs Ekberg from a two-veek stay lit J
I !Richards who will Mrs E. E. Atkinson, Mr and Mrs
and Jamie Chandler Mrs. Webb.In.. Key Wen with her husband
Homestead In June. Gene Hunt, Mrs J. A. McKcIll
leave
I LOBDELL CIRCLE MEETS Mr.: Ruegg Mr Archer I
Mr and Mrs. Richards were Mrs Wm. Nceley Mrs J W. English Andy Pala left Saturday for
the Re\ R. H.
\\lTIIl\IRS. A. M Spear,
presented with a purse from members Mrs W. Y. Bush Mrs E. S. St. Louis.
Miss Jennie Lobdell had The club will meet at the Red
friendi of the church. Caplmger Vn Allan Klsium
and
of the study course at the bridge In Coral Gable to Johnny Becker returned Monday .
J 0 Wynn made the presentation Mrs. Dexter Smith, Mrs Anni D.
nie Lobdell Circle meeting MondayOn from Ta\ernler where h* has
and both the pastor Carter Mrs O. L. Showniter
speech I day night at the home of Friday of next week the been emplo>'ed.
and his wife expressed appreciation Mrs C. H. Otis, Misses Esther and ..
I IM. Logan The next will meet at 7 o'clock In the
r for the gift and love for: Helen Livingston Miss Jennie I Lace Beam of Homestead
Rudolph
of Commerce
;be held at the home of Mrs building
Homestead. Lobdell Miss Nina Pearl Bush I I Ennls. June 24. a lesion In till life painting Mattson and Oscar Clonln-!

( Miss Mary Ellen Dcarlng sans< Miss Mary McNeill. Miss Anto- Present were: Mrs Lloyd be taught by Mr Mcintyre. ger made a business trip to Stuart .

e so:o for which Mrs W. B. Mills neltte Moye Miss Marjorie Mo I Mrs Jason Avery. Mrs and Fort Pierce last week.

." played the accompaniment, Jim- ser, Miss Marybelle Gibbs Mi. cettl, Mrs. B. M H"dman., The Homestead B. P. W. C will Mrs Jack Rhodes; of
Hallandalo
and Joe Reynolds: Martha Close Miss Nella Sauls.
my Brown Ennis Mrs Underwood, Miss ' In the Chamber of Com- her
Mm Miss Iris Miss Lillian land children Ronald u\J
clarinet duct and Caplinger
played. II
Sam J. Davis played two violin Booth. Bliss Mary Joe Clubs I dell and Mrs Logan 8 o'clock building. Mondax. iunng I Rhodes Betty were guests of Mm E J. J

which Mrs J. D. Redd Mibses Mary Ellen and Louise last week.
solos for
W. o. W. :MEMBERS: :
played the accompaniment. I Dcarlng, Irving J. Lyon J. L I ATTEND CONVENTION I -, m ,- .
Seated with the honor guests Ballard, D. L. Bowen, Sr.. Edith!

l were: Dr and Mis A. M Logan I Booth Betty Graham. Donald 'ciana Five Grove members Woodman of Royal for Delicious [Home Cooking

Mr and Mrs B M Hindman.Mr. Neeley, Billy James and Charles Mrs W. D. Coker Mrs

and Mr*. L. C. Dodd and Mi. Brown Lenore Webster and You'll))
I Pacettl. Mrs J. P. Cull like Tropical! Cafe for
: Charles Williams Bobby Graham
and Mrs Wynn.
Cecil Curl and Mrs B. G.
Others present besides those Joe Reynolds Keith and Yates i attended a district its tasty food, its pleasant atmosphere -

named were: Mr. and Mrs Jason Esker Fay and Ray Caplinger, /Fort Lauderdale Do
Friday. come in
Avery, Mr. and Mrs C. D. Esker! Arthur Brandenburg Dorothy soon.

Mr. and Mrs Ceo Ranson Mr. Avery and Lewis Eaker. I The Women Auxiliary

St. Johns Episcopal Tropical Cafetiutpginj' :

NOTICE: '\>f APPLICATION .mbroce the following described propertylsitwted I hold a luncheon meeting ,
FOR TAX DEED I. Dade Cou.tr. Flo"ld.0 ..III at the home of Mrs M. F. t
Lot U. black I. barber Addition
File S40M In the Clll of Homwteed, County .J
I Notice la .hereby given that Bnlliwick Dad Slit of Florida aa embraced I NOTICE OF APPLICATION
Inc., holder u axlliiM of City of Hornystead I In Certificate No. lilt Th' wear TAX DEED

dated Tax Certificate the fifth dar numberedps6A of D. meat nrtlflcat I of amid blued property wa In under the Mme the wed of i iI Notice" I* hereby File *14114 lv n that I 'I Dinners We al.
ku filed said i .. .. .
i j .ember. A. D. lltT C O Kaufnaa !ne.. holder .Ion. of i
o.Mlfimte In mr offlc. and hu mad Lot I, Black S. Sol AddllloaIn Drainage Tan Ortlflcat starting at rater to
I application I. tan deed 10 Was thermos the City of Homwiuad County ofDad. dated the 41 h dar of AuliM A.
In warden with I.... amid cartifirateemkes. .. Stat of Florida. .. embraced In I has filed said rrrtlflcnl In nr off.. boo /
I the following described prop.n Crtiflc No. S>44. Th assessment has made application for a Ui i Parties
y srtf, situated. I. Dade County Flurid.,I of aid property under the said ..... laiu* thereon hi amordaaa .. I
: . Bald wrtlflcau embraces the I .
Tit I. tflocV I. Pormlr. In the I tlflcat> .... blued was In the name of Vn.l" ....Ibod propntr .It...... In Dad I r
t Clip of HonwiMad County of Dad. Lot ll. Block I. Royal Palm Addltwn FIo..Ida.0 will
stake of Florida In the. city of HoiwUad. Lota 10 and 11. Block I, ---- --
; Th assessment of sold property underthe I/I County of Dade Hut of Florida aa j I Aldn. Plat Book 4, Pa*. II m.'B I
aartlflnt issued was In the nan of I embraced In Ctrtlfkat No. I721A r.ud In Dad County. Ut
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aid awtlfl-
Howard R. Lamb Unless I Florida
Th. aannnont of aid property under '
\ alt shall bt redeemed Moordlm to law. the aid certificate issued wa The _....1 of aid property
and will tout thman on the 4th the aid certificate taaard .... In
I = June, A. D. 141 I the Unless Rome amid of Unknown artitirat.hall be Unknown Unless aald wrtiflcat I
'Doled thin 1Mb dar of April A. D.. darned recording to law. tax dad 1'1 b. redeemed ._. I'dlno to law .. c "a" now
1>U. I I Iwu thmon as UM. 4th dar *f will issue th...._ m the. Nth
E S. LEATHERMANClrk A. D.. 1111. D.. 1941. : maw W Tae .
of Circuit Court Dated this IMh dar of April A. JaM thin lath day of M.r A sears. Me5
Dad Countr Florida.Circuit E. B LEATH ,noeoe.rln, pest
Court gB "" I. B. LEATHERMAN.Clerk !: Clerk of Circuit I /
I
N. C. BTrRRrrT D. c ur Circuit Court.circuit County
) (Mar t. t. IS. SI. W 1141) I Court teal.6y N.1. C. STERRF.Tr D. C. I Circuit Cou'c.DealDad.! aTF.RRE7T.

NOTICE OP APPLICATION FOB I (M., t. t. 15. la 60. 1941.1 I M.r Id Jove *. II SO. S7 iI i
TAX DEED I I
File a."T
Notice. la hereby given thai BalllwlrliInc. ---
holder u ...Ion.. of City of Horn i I'I
stead Tai Crtlflrat numbered 4681 Your hair is jour
dated the tth dar of December. A. D. 1027hu .
filed laid certificate In nr offlr and ,
liai made application for a tax deed to CROWNING GLORY I
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{' 'IM thereon In accordance with :
laid MittflraU embraces the following d j jarrlatd I
property. situated In Dad County. !
Florida. to wit i krJ Your hair deserves the best i I Ia
Lot 9. Block 1. Tatumt ColoredTow. I
Addition In the' Cltr of HrnifiMd. care. Flattering permanent I
Countr of Dad. But* of .'10'". I lfk% 1%
4
/Ida. a' summer prices. I
I' Th aMwmmt of Mid property under V
the mid certificate Wad was In the name
Unknown Union ud certificate shall I Mae Morris Beauty ELECTRIC RANGE i
b* redeemed according to law Ul deed _
will law thmon on the 17th dar of) Homestead Fla. Phone 584Real -\ f7
June. A. D. lest !
Data this 11th dar of Mar A. D. 1B41
tl E. B LEATHFRMAN -
Clerk of Circuit Court.

Circuit Court seal Dad Countr Florida | I j

By C. : C.
f (liar II IS, ': June .. is, r.il' Estate values are rial I $114.95 .> i iTHERE'S

7 NOTICE OP APPLICATION / Today dollar will }buy far I

FOR TAX DEED e than a dollar will very .o
File Ne. Sllll I
Now IS the time to "get
Notice It fcmbr given that Bailiwick
V
I.r In*.. holder ai aMlinM of ClIP of Homestead Co the realty riM and to "
Tai CntlflraM Numbmd SHISI44 .
I and 7tlA. dated tat tth day of Dfcnnbr ahead;' with the money I no reason In the vwNewCentury
A. D., 1027 Iou IUd Mid **rtfbatoe .. lave laid aside for a home you to struggle
la offlM and has made apkatlon 1
nr alone with that old cook stove
> for is dad to blue th.nonin chase. Small cash will I
I' accordant with law Bald orrtlflcaM | four home bargain. still I when you can own this beauNew CAUOD Surface Unit
tiful and efficient new Hotpoint
Cook With Measured Heel
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ince, terms to suit.EDWARD
II ,I I E.ectrlo.Ranc.. for ao little
CALFOD cooking vail ,
I raoner.It .a big value at a small EACH ...,
} Measured H.
Cash & Cleaners
Carry Cost that will real dlridenda -
I pay you Cooks Initial or *lotr... H Mtdad,
In better cooking results, always acononkaUy Cells at* I
MRS ALMA DEAKINO ( % REALTOR:
A Agent tr American Alllanr new way to eoonomlM and IBM .I..DiIl"

Prop. 'I Florida City 1_*_ C.. ... pot..at btac. Com In today.

Look At n... TOP Quality Featured
SUITS - 49c f
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e Three new loops.Ml Ml-SM4l o Nw RasUwrt trailer UnM-tCalr ...
I IDriver's Serf see units, cll rttll then veer.I .
DRESSES 49c GET YOUR STATE II Massaged MMte. .a .r--.e.-t......sad.et.

I "New S..II..t TIIrItt Ceel' "'* a NSW Mtt.******htIHI.

HATS. 50c r Flaver-Seal u.. a glattleehlle odes serw.tl.b FracM to I

e New All-/valid navw.t.al eleebluur....... .

0.006 .1"AST the wllIIHt the....
SHIRTS ==_ 1p.Ceasmerew New Cared sawing unit wia as

flat, lb_ 4e I sew Neat .."....... a C' *tN as oIM1rte 1( t., I

Family finish flat. Ib.. S. AT JUSTICE OF THE PEACE OFFICEIN

family finish wearinc

apparel lb.. .. !Ie HOMESTEAD

I \ AVES FURNITURE CO.
17 W. MowryRl Hwmnte.4 : -
OM ..!Jews Bldf Open few I a. am. U 661.
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.10.10.10.210 may he win the honor of being SONS OF LEGION TO MEET GRADUATES 'the Rev. C. T Crauawell will deliver

Redland Rattler I the best looking blonde of '42. I the benediction. A mixed
The Sons of the Legion 'will chorus will sing.
I, Claude Swilley, do bequeath
.. events last night
Class night
meet In Legion Hall Wednesday
my ability to be a Downwind (Continued from Page One) Lillian
written by
(ContMwd from Pat woven) Jaxon without trying to Kearny evening at S o'clock. present medals and awards The were a history Mills and J.

may he ut least heed while In the Kenning*-may he get along as Invocation will be given by the Graham Andrews,McElroy Truman, a will by Merle

cafeteria well as I have before graduation to Jeanne Eby Rev. Geo. H. Ricks and the benediction -
Mizell and a song and poem by
I Truman Mills' do bequeathmy ,
,quiet demeanor to Walter Mc- I, James Lucky, do bequeath my -may.he never be without a hu,- by the Rev Harley R. Charles Thompson, all used as
straight hair to Elton Anderson- band. Core.
drama writ-
of a prophecy
Vicker-may he some day tone pam
down. I may he never have to grease his Wr, the seniors, de bequeathour ; Mill Wanda Sickle will give the)'I ten by Wanda Sickle
i down.I .. address of welcome. The school
I chalk and eraser fights to the
I. Louis! Price do bequeath my
muiiic ability to Charles Sweeting Dorothea Lyons, do bequeathmy entire student body-may you band will play four numbers during GRADUATES WITH HONOR

he some day be recognizedas ability of making friends to never get caught In the act by a the evening and the gjrls'glee I

-may great musician.I Thelma Johns-may she some day I teacher. club and a mixed chorus will Miss Wanetta Koeitline daughter -
a
Rex Romine, do bequeath my be a great successI We, the seniors do bequeath our sing (two numbers each. Both I I' of the Rev. A. A. Koestllne

ability to get along with Mrs Nettles Charles Thompson, do bequeath meek ways to the faculty-may band and glee clubs are directed I former pastor of Homestead

to Richard Hlckson-may he my writing ability to Alice you never lose your temper by Mrs. Clarence Gray. ,Methodist Church, and Mrs. Koest

someday learn the knack. Wysong-may she some day be In closing we, the seniors, do The Rev Jesse E. Waller will deliver line, will receive a diploma from

I, Douglas Sweeting do bequeathmy known as a great author i bequeath the happiness we have the baccalaureate sermon at I Lake Wales High School next

red hair to Vernon Jackson- I, Joe Lyons, do bequeath my had, the cafeteria food we didn't 11:15: Sunday forenoon. M r. Thursday evening She la one of

may he never have to use henna.I. unique sweater pockets to Buddy eat, the bits of chalk we didn't Ricks will give the Invocation, three in a class of 45 to receive

Lewis Vrana, do bequeath my Llngren-may he be awarded a patent , use, the lectures the teachers didn't the Rev. C.\ N. Baker will read an A average for four years of

forever amoochin' ability to John on this give us, and the fun we had In assembly the Scripture lesson the Rev.I high school work.

Chambers-may he soon learn! I, Merle Mizell, do bequeath my, to the seniors of the com. W. E. Rowell and the Rev. Noah Mr. Koestline will preach the

the technique ability to become a bride a week. ing years Peterson will offer prayers and baecalaureate sermon on Sunday.

1. R B. Zenker Jr., do bequeathm I

) blonde hair to Jack HiLsonNOTII -

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'R OP APPI irATION" .
FOR TAX DEED
Ml. 14011Notkt
.In hereby Gleea! that Bailiwick.
IIK> hoMrr M _. I.... of Lily of Hum.-
stood Too (...111./ ... numbered These Used Car
"'U. datH the filth day .- Bargains
....br,. A. P.. 1M7 has filed said
.prliriiatr In my of fir*. and h.. mad.
.ppll<-.il.. fur tax deed In ...... 'h..... .
,. acrurdiinM. with taw Bald nrtlflratamliram
the following: oWrlbfd/ prop '
orgy .1....... In Dade County Florida
lot wit: I Mean
I.A I. blurb I. Poreenlr f. the .
city of H......_'. County ul P..... .
"to,. '.1 Flume.The .
.._..... 01 sold property under
the "wtiflrat faulted ... In lh( Dam u(
Howard K. lamb Unless laid rartlfktmlr I
hall ... redeemed. .......Inl I,. I... "
ta. diiil will bmiw th....," "r, 'ih, llhin
..! Juno. A I) 1141 .
Hat.I 'this l?lh day "I April t II.

19.\\ K: rJ. LFATHERVUN.. : MONEY IN THE BANK!

( li-rk "*f
I". ",I I'art t.al
By N L orb ttt.ri I T' I
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'UTI"!! or APr 11 ATIO
FOR TAX UF.. F.Dhie : GUARANTEED TO BE

101".. .. I. h..n.by given SOu. h.' 11'1,1.
.. .. . .. ,. PRICED BELOW
\ h lilrr a a l.nw I ( tof Homr THE MARKET
tl a.1 I Tai I',nlll..... nn m bIMIA ,. red
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the lot 1.> >fnmber hr.
. A D. IMT hat flint .aide I
', 0-I'' In my .fh.. NI'd, h., madesl'pll
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nton fur 1101 droll t. .n. ''h..on
In .,",ro''.... with low 11.14/ ,ertfIrH.rmbrn "
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the following .1." ,11..1 ,
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.tv. I. .d. ''''''11 t1..II./ i
to .," "BANK ON BUICK" AND SAVE
I ..i I 1, Illix-k I. Porr .".",, i, tht i ,tIJadc \ :
.. II..."..-...d. Count 01 Suit
ul .'.rl....
.,Ih. ._.....1 of sold l"-I-11 "n", I Ii
the ...tfkwte hoard wan I.. th ..... ..tx i
II 1..II.h. Unlnui ,.UII.
ant.hell be redeemed err, .10.. t.. I....
tax .l>.il will I..... tKrrwm m I IK.. llh
day "' J" .., A D.. IMI
Ual.>.,1 I Ihh 2Ph day .1 Alit, .VI).. 1 .I IIF I 198 0LS110BlLE SEDAN New 1939 PONTIAC SIX CO PE-Orhti.
H. IKATIIHIMAV: ,
Clerk at l'il I .,. ; .1
Dodo I'"unn Fl HlnClr priced
.'"I < ours I4.1. tires ; low mileage. a new-looking car;
I.4TtItHtTI" I I' I I
M.-, 2. ii. 16 as v 1 ''J i : I I rIg. .

MITM OK APPI l('ATION FOR
TAX DUll
HI. S4KI'
Nol,.,. U hrrrby liven that llalllwuk ,
inc holder.. ... ".1.." 01 U'.f H.....
ated Too (...If..... .ml..1 G-I.'
doted the 41 h day at Jim. ). It:. 1938 OLDSIOBILE SIX
: SEDAN1939 BUICK 't41"
has filed said nlfkM. In tl'\I anil SEDAN-Original

tut It"w made thrrwun aitpllratlon In arcordanr for H ..aftkeee wild .law. to New paint ; good tires'er; ,' paint ; dean inside; radio; guar.

I;I Mrtiriuw embraces the following d clean I
inside
xrlhrd. .......,. ..t...... In bada County, ; excellent mechan. anteed mechanically; priced
..U>rMa. to wit: ical condition, right
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1.01 IS rllock I. Urchin Minor In
the City uf Hinnxtrad county .f :
. I>.... Dial of Fk>.... I
7I,0 .arm.1., of said p"t under I
the aaU rvrtlfkat* blued wad In the nam.
Unknown, Unless MH| ..PI.II.... .hall I
W redeemed. atfordlnv tr law tax deed
, I I' will luiw thereon on Ihi. 17th dot it :
J.ftO. A. D I'4I 1910 CHEVROLET 4DOOR TOUR-
Dated, this lath day of Mar. A. n I 1941. 1 ; 1935 PONTIAC "6" 2.nOOR' SE-
I'I' LE. THEKMAN' ING=" SEDAN-light grey o lgl
Clerk of rirrult Court
I : DAN-In good mechanical con-
Dad County, Florida nal paint; radio; seat covers; .
Clr..U Court add dition good transportation
Uy :' C. 'IF. r.'il' C. I white side tires. A very new ; .
(May H. II. Jan II. 1! cheap
looking car priced to selL
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NOTICE or APPLICATION FOB TAX NOTICE TO STOTKKOLDERS
NOTICE OP APPLICATION

.. rite mi Notice h hereby five thai the nnnual i I FOR TAX DEED J

, Warsaw 10........ given tint Bailiwick. wetlm I of the .tockholdera of the HorW. Fit IIOM ,
'y I..... holder u awionm 01 City of HamI E.t Coast Fertllarr Company will be held Notice la hereby ilven that H.tllwPT< CLASSIFIED ADS ]
stand Tax Certificate Numbered 1611 det- ,.Fl'.irlda the office the .......... .1 Mome.lead I 1'j".I: aa aeelrnee of Uty of H ml

? the lath day of June. A. D.. 112M. |for Tu-d.y jua* 10 1141bcer I o. n.. Tax Certificate "mmber.o . .1
hoi filed MM certificate In my office and the purpoM of elertinr of dl. :111, day of June!

Ian made application foe lax deed to lease ,.neon. and IranMctln such other business 'A. D, 1"i:. filed m.Tlcertlflcat RATE: First Insertion 10* a Mae; 'su'useduent'' lrt ertlo a*
taereon la accordance with law laid may coma before the .....In.. In my office and hM made I

rrtlflrata embrace the folluarlns deorrlbrd !I.''AD. FOGLE.Gi.W. MOODY' r-mldrnt. appllcatlolt for tax laved .. ....* Ihereen 5* a line

property. aHualed I* Dad County. and Treasurer, la accordance with law Bald renlflcatermbracea - -- - -- .
Florida to wits I May II ID. June r. ion the following described prop I Irelay. --- --

W. to ft of Lot. 10-11.II. Block TIn I ."..... In Dad. County ,..... FOR KENT
the City of Homrilead.ounly to will I FOR SALE Troprcai plants, dtrui -

(' of Dad*. But of Florida.Flaekuret ( NOTICE; OF APPI''ATlOFOR DUO !! TAX Ea.t 41 feet Lot I' Reeuhdlvlelon I trees and troplcai fruit la

TM .weement of mid .ropt" undarthe Ixiul4, II. IS, T.luma Rkhrcdale Addltkm > I II FOR
MM ....11..... wand was I. the ..... File 111:2 I In the City: of Humertrad. RENT 3-bedroom, 2-buth season. Jungle Grove RedUndI

of Unknown UnleM Mid certificate hill Notice la hereby liven that Bailiwick. County of Dad, State of HorW.. house; unfurnished Nice loca- 'I road and Plummet drive
bo redeemed araardlni to law tax dadwill 'In.. Jo>r .. ...Ion.. of Tawn of Horn I The "....anent of MM property under I I I
two* thereon on the llth day of Juneated'thi stead Tax Certificate, Numbered no and I lib* certificate Wad Was In the name of.Uaknow. tion J. R. Brook. (ml -t(!) i'1- --
HI. dated the led day of .. .
A. December A. Unless Mid oerllfl
KHh ..LEATHERMAN 1(41E I D. IMS baa filed Mid ....III..... In my I rate atoll be redeemed according to law I FOR RENT-Reiidence In Florida I I 1I I LOANS
office and hu mad application for tax t.I deed will blow thereon on the 41 h
Clark of Circuit Court denl to issue abortion In accordance. with day of June. A. D. lull City; 3 bedrooms, fireplace electric .

' Dad County Florida. law gald certificate embrace the f"I. Dated this loth day of April A. D..1 itove, running hot and cold LOANS TO BUILD, MODERNIZE
circuit Court final .' lowlnt deecrlbed property. situated In Dade It...
BY N. C. BTERRET. D. C. County state of Florid. to oil : I E. B LEATHFRMAN water, two bathrooms; reasonable I REPAIR Residential. Grove

Jump 23. 10. luna .. II. 10. IV.1t I.Lot II Block I. Lincoln Park Addition, Clerk of Circuit Court, rent. Apply Leader-Enter- I and Business Property
the Town of Homestead. County of ... Count.. Iflorkean I
; Dade, State of Florida, as rmhtArd 1 Circuit Court deal-- prise From $30 to IJ.000--from II mo to

NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX Certificate fto. Md. The anemnrnt ..., By N C BTFRRETT. D. C. I I 5 years

DEED Mid property under the Mid certificate (May I. S. II II' w. 1941.1 : FOR RENT-Clean, all electricI No Red
i Down
File 14124Notice Payment-No Tape
luiird waa In the name of Russell
I* hereby liven that Bailiwick I. :ton, Bind* I furnished apartment Mri Eva I I SMALL MONTHLY PAYMENTS

In*.. holder aa aula-nee of City of Home.Mead Lot 14. Bock S. Lincoln Park Addition NOTICE OP APPLICATION .1 I Collins, Federal highway BitI !
Certificate Numbered $200 for 36 mo.--Repay 16 S9 mo.
Tax 424 dot t.I/ In the Town of Hnmeitead, County if FOR TAX DEED '
ed the Ilk day of December. A. D.. l>!7kaa r;: Pade, state nf Florida, a. embraced In File IIOMNotice I,I cayne drive at 1I10
filed MM certificate In my office landban Certificate No. Ml The a_.....nl of
la hereby given that Bailiwick
made application for tax deed IM. $1300 for 60 mo Repav $32.50
to >rthereon Md :
property under the mid certificate
Inc holdrr M science of City: of More..teed .
accordance with ? i : ion SALE
In law
gildaartlflrat I Wiled wits In the name of Russell 8n Tax Certificate unlettered6700A. mo.
the '
embrace* following d o'gletonUnln.. I
dated the fifth day of December Ask for FREE Estimates
scribed property, situated In Dade County". .
Mid certlflratea .hall he redeemedarcordlna 1
A D. 1027. hai filed Midcertlficat :
Florida. to wit to law. tax deed will lees therein I : In my office and Iso made THREE BEDROOM HOUSE, In Without Obligation
All of NWH of NFl of BVnnotembraced 11
In Town of Homeetead: gee.tkm Dated on the this 21th in h day dot of of Juno M.,'. A AD, O. 1H4I 1941. i I..pll""on acrardanc fur with tax deed law ti said issue certificate Ih.r.oIn .>, I I)i Homestead. Living dining room, LOANS can be secured to Modernize

IS Town.hlp 17 South Rann IIEaat. E. B. LFATHrRMAN embrace the following described property .: ]I kitchen, bath plenty of large and Repair LEASED OR

containing 1 acre more or lea.In .. i Clerk of Circuit Court. .11....... In Dade County. Flurlda..It closets hot water. Lower half MORTGAGED PropertyWe
.r the City of HomeetMd County of I Dade County, Florida .. ,
near. But of Florida. ''Circuit Court Seal also have FHA, LOANS for
poured concrete balance
Th aaaeeiment of Mid property under I; BY N. C D. C. Lot 10. Ad..... Addn.. In the City shingles -

the Mid cenlflrat blued was In the nirnr ; (May II 10. Jose 6, II, 80.Rrr.ri of Homestead County of Dade. state Six loU, family fruit trees New Homes, payable monthly!

of Unknown Unless Mid certificate .hallbe ( of rlorldaTh $4500. Terms Eleanor Fro -cher. over 20-23 years.Let .
redeemed According to law tax deedwill aMcaBment of Mid property under
lame thereon on the 14th day of Jun. NOTICE OF APPIICATIONFOB the certificate .awud was I. the some nf Phone 326-J us supply your BUILDING
Jk. D, IMI 'I TAX DEED I U aknown. UaleaU mid eertift .., NEEDS. Prompt Servic
Dated this Both day of !M.y A T>.. u.i. t It I:('I* Onto .hall be redeemed according to law '
F. B LFATHFRMAM"' I Notice hi hereby Alvin that nllllwl.k. lax deed will New thereon un the 4th FOR SALE-Living room furniture I BROOKER UMBER ( O.

Clerk of Circuit Court. Inc. holder aulrnre of City ".f H..meHead I day of June A. D.. IIM1 Phone 62 HomeMt Fla.MISCELL.tNEOUS.
Dade County Florida. Tax Certificate numbered I Dated this Slash day of April, A. DJ ., : bedsteads, chairs and refrigerator -

.lIrnlt Court Bent 11127 dated the 5th day nf DC.eemher .4I. Apply 622 S Krome I'
BY N. C. STERR.TT.: D. C. A. D. IP27. ha filed Mid E. B LEATHERMAN. i
(Way iT '0. luna S. IS. SO. 19111 certificate In my office and h.. made Clerk nf Circuit Cot it. I Ave, after S evenings (pm30)
application for tn deed. t.. issue h,.rern Dade County: Florida. j I
In accordance with I.... g.,din f...ate Circuit CNOTH Sent.Illy ('PAPAYAS
NOTICE OF APPIIfATION!! FOR TAX embrace the folloowinit described properly N. C. BTFRRETT. D. C. 9c a pound. Mrs Keitt Avocado Lodge

File DEED 14211 situated i In Dade County Florida, I, /Naf: I. 9. II, 23. so. IV".I J Jackson, 115 S. W. 2nd itI .. REDLAND RD. and Bs ,"tat dr.Dinnt'n. .
will
Notice b hereby. liven that R.lllwkk.'I I to g'j of NE 4 of NE0j of 11"4.... I Homestead (m6-tf) luncheons. ruonvw0!
Inc. holder .. amltne of Fvera-l.le.. I
a E OF APPI ICATION
tl"" II. Township >1 South Hinie 8.
Dralnat Tax-Certificrate numhrrrd ""n"ft. or without meuls Phum \R4-W.
FOR TAX DEED
dated the Slh day of Auiuit A.D.. 1028kaa Ea.t containing I acre coon or !CM. FOR, SALE-Lot 36 Block 2
,
i'I In the City of H..m..d. County of File No. lUll (m6-30)
:.",..' baa mid filed Mid application certificate for In tai my d..d0 office hsM. anrl.* I'..... State of Florid.. I Notice U hereby given that 8.111lark.Inc. I Pone de Leon, Homestead, Flu,
; The smir.mvnt of d property under .. holder' a. aMlnnee of City of Human '
;.. tbrrron In accordance with law gild i the certlfcale issued :;:. 1 In the name ofThom. I II ,1 stead Tax Certificate. Numbered 078.. This is southeast corner and avery QUILTS LAUNDERED ?"* enth.'

, ortlflc.t created property rmbraor.. situated the In following D.d. Coun.y.Florida. de. I .. J. D. "...n.. I'nlr.. Mid certlfl I solo, 88.*. 771. 70V*. MlOf and ,; desirable lot J. M Kling Blankets double or olngl.l And
I rate hall be redeemed according to law I HM. dated the 4th day of June. A. D.. I
to will I ,tax deed will U"... lher Florissant ,
Lot Block
I. 1 Addis
l Flat Book 1. Fan .171 located In Dad. I day of June. A. D.. 1141. and ha. made application for tax Fla (mJ8-J8)) Keitt Jackson 115 S. W and it..
noted 8Mb f A. D
this day Airll
9 .1 I deed to uwue thereon In accordance with ,
County gut of Florida I I Homestead 16-I f.>
loll law' Said cert,f".'" embrace fro toll.I ( m
i The assessment of aald property under FOR SALE 5-acre Persian
I. E. B. LFATHFRMAN' I Jawing described property situated In limeI
the Mid certlflr.te Issued was In the rameof Clerk l of Circuit C.,urt. Dade County, Florida, to wit 5 full
old in
'" grove now
jean IF want to tell
Unknown Mid
Cnle certlflr.u shall I you your grove.
D.d. County, Florida. Lot 10: Block I. Ewlni. Addn.. In I
tall redermrd aeoordlna1 to law tax dad {Circuit Court Sell I the City of Hnmeilead Cowry of 1 bloom. No buildings only 2 miles list it with J. K. Dorn at Hal

.1",, A D.hiuo. 1041 thereon on the 14th day of June By 1'1' C. nERRETT.l""ir/li D C Dade Htate of Morlda. .. embraced I I from bank, $2200 cashI cyon Arcade Phone 2-2463
shay l. V. II II II In Certificate No. 60a. The _
i" Dated this 10th .day of M... A. n. 1141E parent of Mid property under the Mid I Icertificate C-A-S-H. Do not ask for terms I Have prospects waiting!
B LEATHERMAN.
I issued WM In the Mm ufUnkno. i Trees need some fertilization
Clrrk of Circuit Court. NOTICE or APPLICATION!! FOR ( im-30)

.. Dad County Florida. I I TAX DEED Lot "M, F...... Addn No. I. In the : but you will never get more for I j ji

.. Cheap Court Best File No. 14177 City uf H.......... County of I'.de. It is a giveawayat
BY N C .Rr.r.D.\ C. Notice II hereby given that B.illwlck State of .'10''''.. a> embraced In Can i your money WANTEDGIRL
i away IS SO' Jun S. IS 20. Inc holder .. ..In... of City nf Home filtrate No lulO. Th. s_....nt of $2.200. H A. Cameron, PhoneI

....d Tax Certiflr.lri inhered Md property under the Mid ....III. 72 Homestead Florida. (alltf)
NOTICE OF APPLICATION '1ItoM. till. ,18. 81.0. .T7I. and &pn"1 I tale IMurd was In the name of Unknown I WANTED to learn 1be a
dated. the nth day of June A I>. .
:; FOR TAX DEED !
Goo I remuneration.
,; FILE Hill h.. fllrd Mid certificates In ny office and Lot II. Llnerott. Addn.. In the City i'IN I IIf THE CIRCUIT 'II.'III( r.IT waitress
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that h.. mida application for a tax deed to H..I..d. County of Dade State ELEVENTH JUDICIAL (' INI Attractive position for neat,
Bailiwick Inc, bolder aa ..I.n.. of I to.. thereon ir accordance with law of H..rlda. .. embraced In Cenlflcale I I AND FOR DADR ('Ol NTY FLORIDA Bamboo TAvern.
I sensible girl
Everglades Drainage Tax CertlflcatefMumbrrrd
BIIS and IMI dated the 8.h !. property. iltualrd In Dade County. property under the Mid certificate I. | l CITY OF HOMF8TEAD. fpm 30)
day of Amount, A. D. 1MB h.. filed Florida. to wt sued was In the name of F F Dandy. I I:municipal corporation of

Mid Certificates In my office and half Lot II. Block I. Fread. Addn N.. 1. Lot in Block II. Pone dr Lean I lib* Bate of rlorldiPlaintiff WANT first mortgage! loan uncolored
mad application for tax deed to (flow In the City of Homestead County .if Dollar, In the City of H"meelnd. County of .
thereon In accordance with law aid C... State of Florida. an embraced. I. Certlfl D.de. state of Florida. a. embraced -VBMOnFRN.. income pl'operFltlr

ttfi aces rmbrac the following drerrbrdproperty cat No h19. Thr a.._n.ml of Mid I In Certlflcn No 77H Tho.-*- I HOME RULDrRft INC., ida Adlrem. J I .Iro *<>7
situated In Dad County. Flor.Id. properly "nd.r the Md' enlflrale wood seems of raid property under tht Mid a, .....Id. corporation. el alDefendant .. City
.. towill- ... In the name uf Inknown certificate. issued WM In 'i' name uf *. Olympia Bldg Miami ( mi' 16)
Lot 2<. F_'. Addn. Plot Book I. Lot 36. Horne. Addn.. In the City of I ""Lo""*". I ORDER OF PI'III,ICATION
Pan 71. located In Dad County Homntrad County "f Dodo. state of FlorIda 1$. Block 1, Royal Palm Addn TO THk. HLALKbHKAR MANtl TUTORING WANTED -- high
Stale of Forlda. ai embraced In Cer. .. embraced In Certlfl/..... No 110M. In the City of miotcad County of CO
FACTORING Georgia corporation.
filtrate No. IMS Th afe ment of Th. assessment of Mid pr,,.per y under the Dade. Rate of rkrda .. embracedIn Bl.ck.hear Plerc: a CountImrala. school and grade school subjects.)
Mid under the said C..II. Mid enlflcate l boasted was In the name of Certfkote No 7009. The aMeea.mrnt
property ....
teat leaned was In the name of Un.known. Unknown. I of said, property under the Mid I It appearlntby irn bill of com Mrs H. J. Armstrong A. B.
plaint In the above entitled nmm that
Lad .7. Horne. Addn In the City of I certificate' !issued woo In the name of THE BIACKSHFAR MANUFACTURINllCO Plummer drive and Country
Lou II and 14 Block I, Lincoln H".t..d. County of Dade Plate of Florla ..
LuTd"Block a L. .. corporation. defendant la
Park Addn. Plat Rook S. Poor Irtlocated . .. embraced In Cert.flea.. No 611& 4. Royal Palm' Addn a non.resident of the B,ate ..f hirlda. Club rond
In Dade County. 8'.'o of The ._.nient "f .Id property under the In the City of Home.tead County of and th* address or reeldence of Mid
Florid. .. embraced In Certificate Md certificate totaled wai la the Rome c,fUnknown Dnde. gate or Mor da. .. embracedIn ': defrnd.nt .. particularly a. to known CLEAN RAGS WANTED Wit;
No. ItHI The ._.m.nt of mid Certificate No WHS The aawe '
property lo the plaintiff. brine B ark hear, Pierce .
meat of Mid property under the mad exchange subscription or advwUsing
',.. andrr the mid Certificate bawdwu Lot II. H.Lain'. Add.. In the City of certificate leaned was In the name of County Oorala and that there b no
In the name of Unknown Hnme.tMd County of Dide State of I person In the Santa nf Florida. the' eerv for clean rags Lender

Unle*. = Certificates shall be ... Fl ,rM.. .1 embraced In Cert f In.. No. Vnknc.w.Lot I. Block to. Town of H>me.tead Ire nf a summons upon whom: would bind Enterprise
deemed deed will
pi to law tax 4. The aMewment of Mid property un defendant ;
"
the City of Hnmretead
In
hue thereon the 4th day of June, i iE I'
on | doe the said certificate I Isood w. In the .
County of Dadr little of Florida .. IT IS ORDERED that she Mid defendant .
A. D. .. ..
1811. Plot book ... I" in, nit f
I. n "
Unknown. embraced In Certificate NA. .7o< Theniwewmcnt be. and It I.. hereby required to I
Dated this IVth day of April, A. D. "Tot 'l*. M.L.ln'. Addn In the City of t.dr. Htalr nf rlirlda .. emhrarrd In
of Mid property under theM 1 .PI_. lo the bill of complaint fllrd In
1101.I Home.trad County of lade. gtate of Flor. Crrllfl.alr N.. M<< The ._.tinii-nl nfnd
,d rertlflral issued was In the name this rauM on or before the Slid d.y if .
B EATHERMAV
embraced la Certificate No. 1770 property ..n.... III. ah' Iflmla
Id.. a. ..
I of Unknown.Vnleea June. A. D.. IMI, .tho. the a leva
Clerk. of Circuit Florida CoirtDad The ......"' .nt of Mid property under the Md certificate .hall be redeemed lion of Md bill of compl.lnt will betaken Word. was In the nano .d tin t Vicb.oh. .
i; County mid certificate lulled wait In the name of .... ..... .
according to Istax deed willIssue .. .f. by said defendant i
"( By N C. STLRRETT. D.C. : V I 1. thereon oa the 4th day of June I and The meetead Leader Enterprise I Ihereby Lois 21 ul .14. 111'i 5. 1 Iud 1. u", a
Cireuft court gral. Lot 7"M, L.ln'i Addis In the city ofHomntcad .. hdn Plat lli,'k I 17 the
the In
/way I. .. n. 23. SO. 1911.1 .. A. D., 1941. de.ujn.led newspaper ''County : ; ;I.ono. :
; County of Dade state f < Dade gatebraced ara
A. order shall I
FI"'j I Dated this Slash day of April D.1 which this publl.hed once .
|I'da' M embraced In Certificate "-, 1tU.I < a week for f it.r .. week. in Certificate: no amn The oe
t' The assessment of said property under the | DATED this Still of A. D.. _", .nl of Mid property undet the MMrertlflrale
NOTICE FOR day April
OF APPLICATION
I I E B. LEATHLRMAN : I
TAX DEED acid .rtifirato hswd wait I. the rema of Clerk of CI..o'tu.... I' IM'E. Pool.. toured wu In the ....... nf R, A.

f Unknown R IFATHFRMANa. .
IT4ST-Art. IIII
Chapter
r' I FII. A-4761 Lot Its. M,Loin's Addn.. In the City of Dade County Florida.Circuit Clerk of the Circuit Court Unless Mid certificate shall W redeemed]

I Nolle b heM slaves that Jason S i|I H meitMd. County of Dade g.ate of Mor. Court By Meal N. C. gTFRRETT D. C. oft R. H. RICE, Jr.. lecordn to law. the property described)
wll b sold' the highest hMdreI
.lid. herein
> aa embraced In Certificate No. 8111. Deputy Clerk lo
Avery. holder of State and County
sump I. t. II II. W. IMI
Certlflcat No. I7S01 Laud the 7th day :I Th. Assessment of said property under Memid circuit Court a..1. the Court House doer on the fiat Mon
Issued In the name of day In the month of July IMI ..hwh"
of Aua-tat A. D. 111. kw filed come In eenlflcau was IRA C. HAYCOCK
for NOTICE OF APPLICATION 11111 Congress Hide the 7lh day of July. ."..
my off.. and hu nude application
tax dad to loa issued thereon. sold Uneea"Mld! certificates shall b* redeemedapplication FOR TAX DEED M..I.' Dated this lI.h day of II.". A. D. 1041.E. .

aetif.... embrace the following dr.cribeal recording u law. tax deed will Mw then.om Fill 14114 I (01171". II. II so. IMI 1 LEATHERMAN
law 17lh du of l.n.. A. D. loll.D.tld Clark of Circuit Court.Dad. .
on
of Dad .
property In th Notice to hareb..tn. that Biillwlrknc .
r."u- of A D 1tll. Count. Florid..
Slat of Florida. t* this Itch day LEATHERMAN.May. .. holder a. are inea of city of Bme I NOTICE OP APPLICATION FOB CI..1t Conn Bras
Lot 10. Block I. Plnehurat a aubdn 10: stated Tn Certlflcatei Numbered Auto TAX DEED I
Circle. of Circuit Call". B. !I. C. 5TERRFTT, D. 0.
For IMI and Plat Bonk I and 1111 dated the Stan day of June Chapter 17417-Arl. of IMI ,
:11c. : Dade County. FlurW.. I May II IS SO. Jane .. IMI.I
In th of Dad A. D.. IW7 has filed laideertlflratea Pit* A-474S
styled Florida. Circuit Court a..1B D. C. In my office and hM mad..ppllcatlon walk* .. hereby .1... that Ja..n I'
The alignment of MM property under N. C. nERRETT. .. for lax deed to haw thereon I Avery. holder of Stale and County Tax 1 NOTICE: OF APPLICATION
the MM certificate wae-m aha team of IMay 18, I'. so. Juse I. 11. ItU.1 accordance with law Paid certificate Certlfic.ua Noa ..... 1141. SD44. and FOR TAX HEED

Mra EllMbelh. Eram.UnleM : ..... Ihe following deeerlked proa- W4i assumed the let day of Autiut A. D. File "0"t
MM MrttfkoM ball. be redeemed .,. situated In Dade County. Florida 1U1 boa filed Mm In my office. and Native la horrby. given that Halllwlck.Inc. .
east lag t* law. the property d ecrlbe.) for tax de.4 la ban the..j'II. tau nude applieatlon for a tax eleee to ., holder a* ...1...., of Cloy of Hume*
therein will W said U the highest bidder I. aoooraance. with law gad ... tot II, J' V Free* lad Addition be helped Ihereen. Said ....1I1e.... em I ". .4 Tan Certificate membered
al the Court ROOM door oa the tint Monday embrace* the following described I In the'CHy of HomeelMd. County ..iDd. bean the following des-rood property I. 1447 dated the fifth daof De.
In the month of July, IMI wallets lath eny situated In Dade County. .. State of Florida. .. embracedIn . the County of D&&. lute of F....Ida. to OMnhrr, A' D, IMT base filed' ] maid.ortlfleate
7tk day of July "01. 6e wit 1 F1onda.I Certificate N*. IOM The aeaeea.ment wits .1.1IV" In wiy> office. and kel mad
Dud this lath day 01 M.,. A. D. INI.J Sly of V-%" of tEU" of gWti" ana at MM property under the MMcertlflraM LoU I to IS. Block I. Plnekural. application for ul deee lo bow Ihrreeai
:. B LEATHERMAN N'i rf gWt W4 or g-J leaned was I* the nan o( ... Plat Book I. Pare 177, In The In araordanoa with law. Bale) orrtlfloaMmbrarM .
Clock of Cheap Court.CIm.N of Tract II, oJE.of; Tract II foamy of Dade. State of FerMa M embraced the following described >roany >
Dade Cou..". Florida.B 1 Mtam/ Lord Me. Co' Sea ; "llot"ll. Block 9. Tow of R,_ In Certificate No. ..... The, aaMM. situated la Dads County. FnrMa
Court Beat r.k : Township 1T South, Nana ....... In the City of Hoove lead. tool of MM progeny optical the Mid certificate Ito wit eLot
? N. C. ISTERRETTT D. C. $9 East, mismanaging 10 acres Arm ore.m County of Dade State of FlorMa M beued woo In the urn of B.. A. I I I, Block I S. ...-. I'ndLblon.hi / .
May la. II. ID. Jt t. 1"1.1 ) i. M. City of Home.Wd. Coastal, I embrace: la Condones, Me. 141U The P.a1w. ,I the City of HomoitMO, County ..
of Dads. Bate of Florida. aiMMmenl of MM property inder the Lot It Block I. Plnehunt. a ,uW' .. Dodo Itat of r ..Id..
NOTICE. OF APPLICATION Th. assessment at "fit. property USA" MM certificate .tweed was In the ; Plat Book I' Pat 177, In Ihe County ofDade I 11.J'"ii-.o' : rf wait arowrriy tinoW
FOB TAX DItBD' I the errtifin' Mad wan I. the seem nf umo of Vnk...... Bias ef Florida aa embraced In was Ill the Maw of
Fit .101 I Uak.ewg. Unless rake eon/f/. Unions MM certificate *",11. W redeemed Certificate N. ..... na s.aw.awnt of Unlia.w. Unless MM ontafb

Notice b ..*..... gives that Bailiwick, cote shall hi ........Id _106 to Is-- occordlna to law lax deed will sold p2 see ry ...... the amid .onificat rat ih.ll b* md.wedeftdine aa law
la*, koldor M aeaarne* of City of BOOM.lead tax dad will Ism than e on the 4thdo trove .tkeroo oa tk* 4th day of" JueADa .. issued was I. the sows of S. R. _.. lax share will I Mw thermal on the S>4
Tax Certificates numbered14MI of Joao. 1511.MW > 1941, I Lot al. Block .. PlnehuM a .......n. day of July, A. D. IMI
atod the third day *t Jane this :;.f'day of A., /I.. D.194L .. .;. this Nib day et April. AD. DOW Ihla ISla day of April A. D.

A O, lit*. kaa filed aalitwnMh,1. 1Ml '*".
J:. ATHFJlalAN I. .. tFATHFRMAM
ra a y efflce red has E B UtATHERMAW
Clerk of Clreuhl Cowt Clerk of Circuit Coastal Clerk of ClaroH (;......
Dado Caaty Florida.Oirc.lt Dad c:...... Florida.ClrcaM JrVANT ADS1 PAV Dado c:....,. Florid
For results use Leader.Enterprise foirt Cwt .eal. : Chants Coarl +.}.
I Jejl. C. STERRETT D. c. (. 101. C. ITIUtETl' D. t. Pr N. C. mwtrr D. C.

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Page: Twelve THE HOMESTEAD LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday May 30, 1941 !i


be preached oy Mr. Richards in Legion Awards Are Made, June 7 a* United Service Organizations REGISTRATIONContinued I
LYNCH ELECTED : Week and I hereby call .
the school auditorium Sunday tfternoort To Junior High Pupils, I
-
all citizen to do all they
at S o'clock. The Rev. upon ( from Page One) i
TO PRESIDENCY Ceo. H. Rick will give the Invocation can to contribute and co-opente Me Mrs. w. R. Anderson
Lamar Griffin and Clarice Dod- r. Cready, -
with the local campaign committee I
: and Dr. J. E. Johnstone,
son of the Homestead school and Mn. Herbert Kali Mrs Irene
the Scripture reading. The girl in reaching its objective. Shanfclin Mrt. E. E. Crowton
Webster William and Kathleen ,
"
OF LIONS CLUB (Signed) T. J. HARRIS
I glee club will sing two numbers.Class Wagner of the Redland school Mn R. O. Shore, Mri. Herman
"Mayor of the City of
night features were Inserted have each been awarded the cer- Homestead Fla. Mark, Mr. Henry Ru...., Mrs. -
f S. John Lyh.'llltant horticulturist In the Beulah Bailey Wool- tificate, pin and medallion given May 29, 1941" H. B. Seattle, Mr. P. J. Franklin *
of the Sub-tropical Experiment ard play "Beyond the Port", each year by the John G. Salley Mn. I. P. Me Lean Mn. Adrian .
Station, was elected which was presented Monday Post of the American Legion to the Early this week Mr. Sottile Jacob, Mn. Orin E. Smith,
president of the Redland District evening under the direction of outstanding boy and girl In each of named A. R. Livingston campaign Mrs. A. W. Jones.Registration' .
Lions Club Tuesday night Mrs. T J. Bleier and Mr. RuthL. the junior high school manager, Ben Archer, publicity assistant from .the
Other officer elected to serve Scott, senior sponsors. Qualities considered in makingthe chairman, Mn Virginia Walton, Junior Wonun'l Club are: Mrs.

with Mr. Lynch for the coming The cast follow: prologue, award are: honor, courage, secretary, and Max Loaner, trey George H. Fritzpatrick. Mn.
yew were: Don Talbott, first Lester Archer: captain (Principal scholarship, leadership and service surer. B. F. Dendy, Mr. Virginia Walton -
vice-president; W. I. Flsk, second Hindman), J. T. Godwin; first Yesterday he announced the selection Mn Ernest Sherard, Mn.
vice-president; J. W. English, mate, (E. B. Blackburn), Fred W. R. Bird Legionnaire, presented of the following workers H. W. Turner, .Ill. Harold Oxford
third vice-president; Chas. L. Fuchs. assistant (Mn. L. R. Becker the Homestead awards and subject to their acceptance, from Mri. Augustus Wynn, Miss
Ocley secretary, Thos E. Kirby ), Virginia Kinney; quartermaster Lester Archer of the Son of the whom other committee chairmen Pearl Whitaker. Mr. F. B. Green,
treasurer; Robt. Glenn Jr., lion (F L. Me Ilw.ln), Jay Legion presented the Redland a- wlil be chosen: I Mrs. Clifton De Berry, Mrs. W.
tamer; Wm. W. Allan. tail twister Newton; radio operator (R. L. ward J. R. broolci John M. Brown B. Caves,, Jr., Mrs. Thelma Mc-
; Ed. Norman, director for one Hester), Richard Caves; chief engineer George Cooper, Cecil Barber Carrah, Mr. Olin Wright Mrs.
year; H. E. Kendall and J. R.; (C. H. Rice), Elbert West; U. S. DRIVE Russell Home Walter Peterson, Ansel Barrow, Mn. Fletcher
Grave, directors for two years Rose Peterson; doctor (T. J. Blel- W. C. Roberts, Howard Johnson, ,Bryant
These men with Dr. C. F..1 er), Joe Byrum; hostesses (Mn. Allen Neal!, Edward Stilln,. C. Volunteers from the Woman'sClub
Robinson, director and H. Wm. Gee Jamie Richard, (Mn. '(Continued From Page One) J. Parman, Harley R. Core, Mrs of the Redlands Include Mrs.
Core, past president will n'l W. B. Mill) Louise Booker fluence of their homes and family Keith Foulk Mrs. James L. Bird, W. K. Haas, Mn. J. A. Rother-
pose the board of directors (Miss Josephine Cook ft, Adrian : associations,.and i Mn. Frank Irwin, Mrs. Stanley ham, Mn. Cina Stewart, Mrs. J.

will assume their duties on July . Callahan, stewardess (Mrs. Hind !I "Wherea, the United Service Wlttop. Mn. C. T. Harper, Mrs D. Wysong, Mrs Margaret Har-
Next Tuesday' meeting of the man), Katherine Orfanedet; King Organization has been formed Julian Webster, Mn. Max Loaner raid Mn. G. E. Barnes and Mn.
club will be a ladles' night A Neptune, Elbert Dolar; ambassador I to co-ordinate the effort of six I Mr. W F. Therkildson. Mrs A. W. January.

trio, Mr. Wm. Musselwhite, Mr. Edwin Booth; ancient mari- ,social service agencies in recreation Mason Robert, Mr. Ivan Moser,
Joseph Elder and Mr. Herman ner, Edward Tomerlln; students, and octal program to main Mn. Adraln Jacobs Mrs. Ansel National Bank building Homestead -
Marks, will provide musical entertainment Betty Hadley, Julia France Sullivan -j tain the high morale of our I Barrow, Mn. Sylvia Atkins, and. Mr. Sottile announced yes-
and the speaker will France Lamb James Sullivan soldiers* and sailors, and Miss Pearl Whitaker; Florida terday.Vor..
be Mrs. E. M. Andersen, landscape and Betty Jane Meybem; |I I "Whereat, a campaign will be aty-Mn. Flora D. Myers, Mn. '
architect, who will tell of seniors, Charles Connor, Robert made next week to raise f 900 'at Joe Torclie, Mn. E. A. Fros- Leonard. Haskin"
her experiences landscaping the 'Sykes, Betty Brown; sailors, El- the quota of Homestead and vicin- cher, Paul Haley and Wm. J.
grounds for Treasure Island at the dred Gilmer Archer Dodson, ity to help In the financing of Geronimo. GLASSESTIIE
San Francisco World Fair. Sheridan Miller. The epilogue these program, There will be a meeting of all I htoI....... 's ar" ........... I I

was delivered by Elbert West who)[ "Therefore do I, T. J. Harris, the officers and workers named Iltds N Plead and N.aaari.e rims.esu "'.
II. II. II. SENIORSContinued substituted for Jamie Richards mayor of the city of Homestead, above at 2 p. m. Monday In the c- = : C. Mdesed

who was ill. proclaim the week of June 2 to office of South Dade-Farm,-First. Term.IA'Pf ...
:
( From Page One)
Methodist Church, will give the t
invocation and benediction.J. .
T. Godwin, president of the
class, will make the address of
welcome, and Fred Fuchs, vice- 7 Fan tts. .
,1 ?
president, will present the class mar.a .
gift The high school band will w
play two selection
The baccalaureate sermon will!

CAROL WALKER GRADUATESMiss s r
Carol Walker, daughter of u ray vii
the Rev. C. N. Walker former
pastor of the Homestead Baptist
Church and Mn Walker. will be
graduated from Lakeland High WPO
School on June 3. according to announcements -
received by friends

here

: -AVIATION


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C (Continued From Page One) All
ber DIrectors O. B. Parker, A.
W Undgren. T. E. Kirby and I
t Ceo H. Lltzpatrick; members 01:
the chamber committee appointee
t to arrange details of the race Mrs. I

A. R, Livingston, Mrs. Claude S.
t
Allen and Ben Archer; Chamber
of Commerce Secretary A. R.
Livingston; Mrs. H. K Foulk
president the Woman' Club
"
of Homestead; Mrs. James L
Bird president of the Junior
Woman' Club; and Mrs BeD Ar-

. cher, president of the Homestead
Busihcs and Professional Wtnn-
en't Club. FloYlaaKomi
Arrangement for taking the
picture were made by Mrs Mar-
ion Bertram, liaison officer for the
women' contest of the Miami

air maneuvers, who was accompanied -
by Mn. Carl Fromhagen
wife of the president of the
Greater Miami Airport Association -
,
and chairman of the contest pU1N
S; committee of the air maneuvers t

r NOTICI Or apPliCATION
FOR TAX DUD
I rite S4IMMollr
I b ....... Urn hit .Illwlrk.t ..
I >> .. koMrr .. MtoM/ mt CIV, mt M_
of Ford deaJera minor
appointment new repair Job or major
steal Tn C.rtif**.... numbered a a overhauling.
A.lati.D..teM IV'".Uw I.It.* flits d.r at oldMrtttktM lomm It an event of Interest to every And that is: trained mechanic working toprecision

II hi my mtltrf. mot kowlkMkxi wade motorist in the community. The valued standard with I.ctory..pprovedFord
for tat deed to hra tkrrm
.. xc t4.- .tlk te.. said wntfktt franchise if awarded only to business equipment working to efficiently that costs
t Mikimn* the tolhwtal i< piss.
t .rtjp. W". ttto4 I !. Dade CmM*. F\erIde. men of standing. Men who are liked and are lowered, high quality of workmanship

eta>4 ssost5at IsC and *.H.mt ,trusted. Men who offer local display dem- maintained, prompt deliveries assured . .. "'

i! 14 ..d IV4 ml TtMt IS, 1.i; II vi. [OMtratlon, and service facilities in keeping Yes, and something else!'The bigger more '
..
U4 Dn O, ": Tea-
ship h7 sail. Rears SI bit, M.tolnlfil [with the) Ford national reputation. Men beautiful, more luxurious 1941 Ford! You

ft 14 H-.H.MTM men c.n m ,Aso.,t hi Dade uwCIV ,. boa it will pay any motorist to know art invited to set it, to drive it, to price it,

'at." ., rtotMk.TW This. dealership bet something elee 10 to compare it with other s
mmmmwrnmt mt KM P.: .ry M4>tMM I any low-priced car
MXIftMO sassed ..e U t*e apse mt
U.h. .. U.1..s mid Mitt 'oJer you-tantetbiaf of dolltn-and-cenn made. Com In loon, no matter wha't' car
MM >WII mm M ....< MOTrtlne to law, drive and new .
tu 4M win love Uwnwi M Ux 4tkmf Importance to you whether you need only you inspect this dealership! .+
mt Jaws A U. IMI.
Dated this snub dV mt A.rll, A. D.,

1S41. r Clerk 1. tKATNEItMAN.* Clmtt Cowt. FORD MOTOR COMPANY
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