Title: The leader-enterprise
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00087294/00493
 Material Information
Title: The leader-enterprise
Uniform Title: leader-enterprise
Leader-enterprise (Homestead, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Leader enterprise
Physical Description: 11 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: South Dade Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Homestead, Fla.
Homestead Fla
Publication Date: June 6, 1941
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 19, no. 45 (Nov. 6, 1931)-v. 29, no. 2 (Jan. 10, 1941) = v. 9, no. 21-
General Note: Ben Archer, editor.
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Bibliographic ID: UF00087294
Volume ID: VID00493
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33835104
alephbibnum - 002057831
lccn - sn 95047482
lccn - sn 95047482
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Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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Vol. 30-No. 22 Homestead Floridi June 6, 1941 Trice :5 Cent 1

I' Announce Low Bids of $228,000 t

!' On Airport, $269,400 on Camp


O.. From Trail to Road 26,I TO BE MADE KNOWN TODAY; ,

C., OF C-. TO GET Girl Of Scout Homestead Troop Compiling, Rotary Club History Learns I $300,000 AVAILABLE FOR JOB I II

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PROPOSAL FOR One of the activities the Homestead phies of the troop and where Land cacc Architect West Palm Beach Firm in

Girl Scouts ire engaged In I meetings and overnight camps can Speaks to Lions Club Line for Runway Paving
be enjoyed, Mrs Skill said
is the the compilation of a history Contract
Dora Scott, a first class scout, Mrs E. M. Andersen who wasa "
of the city of Homestead it was
LAKE CUTOFF14Mile the highest rank that can be attained landscape architect In the construction MIAMIAN SLATED TO
revealed Wednesday when a groupof by a Girl Scout at present, of the San Francisco i
scouts under their captain, Mrs., told of the history- of Homesteadthat World Fair grounds, spoke to BUILD NEGRO UNITS
Frank Skill, presented a programof is now In process of compilation the Redland District Lions Club
Strip Would Save informal talks and songs at the' by the'older members, of the Tuesday night on 'Purposes olLandscape Projects Under Way Hereby
luncheon meeting of the Homei I troop She told also of the K. K. Architecture to Total
24 Miles on' Trio From Club Mid-July
Rotary M. K. Kant Kut Klub) Mrs
( Myself Andersen, who is the wife
This ,SectionENGINEER"TO Mn. Skill told various anecdotes to which only scout who can use of Dr. Andersen who recently Over $1,200,000
of the troop; exiting activities I I a scout knife without cutting themselves ' arrived to become horticulturist
URGE since It was ftarted under the,' may belong. I' it the Subtropical Experiment Powers & Archibald of West

PLEA MONDAY NIGHT'A. sponsorship of the Rotary club, Connie Campbell tenderfoot, Station, allowed colored lantern Palm Beach Is low biddu at

and she expressed appreciationfor I scout, who has been a memberof I slide of gardens In Utah and California 1228,000 for ploughing, grading
the financial and moral
R. Livingston Points port given annually by the club. the troop only since September, and made an analogy be- and paving the South Dade County -
tween nature and landscaping
told what she had learned In that proper
Out Benefits to Farmers One of the ambitions of the I : i Airport runways and J, Vic-
time how to build fire thatit
a so
Homestead troop of Girl Scouts tor Martin of Miami is low bidder,
and Travelers would not endanger propertyand at $269,400 for the contract to
la to acquire a camp site where abut
l. can be built to house the tro- many other things Ardel Par- construct the 'South D..dearl-
,Bequest that the staU road extend Krome avenue ted the badges she had to win before to
according separate announcements -
State Road TALKS BY NOTED attaining that rank and told made T
.( 205) north from the FORCIVILIAN public urn-
what accomplishment: they repre-
Tamiami Trail to connect with day.
'State Road 28 win be proposed sented. Vera Rheney led the Bids for construction ot the
ae the monthly meeting of the SPEAKER START group in "round"* songs, in which DEFENSE HEREDade white migratory workers'Lamp..
she had the Rotes Join Other
to be known the Redland
Redland District Chamber of Commerce aa Agricultural -
to be held Monday r.lght U. S. 0. CANVASSTalks Scouts present were Anne Rheneyand Workers Camp, wid I be
The suggestion will be made by Barbara Wakefield. Ccunty greatest outpouring announced at 2 p, m toils, in

Chamber Secretary A R. Livingston {I of offers of voluntary service Montgomery, Ala., by the Farm

who points" out that an extension by Mn. Gertrude Breslau Postpone Annual Camp .'will] come to a close tonight when Security Administration T,..tree
hundred thousand dollars
of 14 miles would save fuller' national defense writer and Of 4-1 Girls at Beach registration for civilian defense, available -
for construction o: the
24 miles for Okeeehobee-bound
lecturer, formerly of Homesteadbut
I which has been in progress for the .
motorists from the Redland District now of Harrisburg Pa, mark- white camp.Both
The summer of Dade last week, will
camp must bs under :(instruction ..
and the Florida Keys. camps
ed the start of actual canvassing i In atotal of 900
4-H ,
County Clubs held annuallyat i
1 In order
by July to
Road 28, connecting Miami with',yesterday to raise $500 sa the Red- at the
Ida M Fisher School on Miami persons had registered city ..
the Lake Okeechobee rim, and land prevent the appropriation om
District'; quota In the national the school to
Beach, has been postponed indefinitely I hall and grammar up ,
(I reverting to the general fun
only recently completed, follows a of the United
campaign "In view of the inadvisability closing! time yesterday, while 107
i With the $400000 pipeline treating
faorthwesterly route along the east Service Organizations for Defense
Florida City In
i had registered at
at this time of getting .. .
i contract already .a)
bank of the Miami Canal An extension ,
crowds of young people together," the town hall, and 213 had registered the announcement made Wee 1ea-
of Krome avenue in a [ Mrs Fuller, who came here on Redland school
according to a letter sent out b> at middle :
day means that by uly
slightly northeast direction would everal days' leave of absence to No obtained from
figures were
Miss Eunice Grady county home
that 1,200.000 In "b
connect with Road 28 at a distanceof dispose of her former residence the more pr
the other places
demonstration agent (Continued on Page Twelve)
14 miles 'Ion Club road,
I Country graciously.interrupted The camp was scheduled for Redland District Pratt Groceryat
"To get to the Lake Section. her limited i
stay Princeton and Goulds Supply at
June lt-23 and about fifteen girls
How, our people must drive east speak to workers in the office! of I from Homestead were planning to Gouids Registration places are op- TARGET HURLER
on Tamiami Trail! to Red road- General Chairman James Sottile,I I. ,,
attend Continued Page Tweue)
(Continued on Page Twelve) "|Sr., yesterday morning and to I ( on

address the Appreciation Day KILLED AS RIFLE

crowd in I/gion Park yesterday Homestead Given 500 Books

Explaining that the United Service As Mrs. Fuller Sells Former Home ) IS I DISCHARGEDHerman

\ Organization campaign is for I
I funds to pool the activities of such -- I Iperienee.
,social service organizations as the Mrs. Gertrude B. Fuller, one of Mrs. Fuller's services asa j Daniel GUI: 14, as
IN SOUTH DADE|i YMCA, YWCA, National Catholic I Redland District's outstanding citizens speaker and cainpa.gner: have I throwing bottles up In the air ''-dterdjy -
Community Service, the Salvation always been In demand Since for his companion: Ova
from 1822 to 1928, returnedthis I
Army, the Jewish Welfare Board she left here she has been connected White, Jr., also 14, to shot at
Supplies have been taken out and the National Travelers Aid week to dispose of a 4,000 with the public relations with a .22 calibre repeating \ .a3:

of the new South Dade Chapterof Bureau, Mrs Fuller said the recreation I volume library before giving possession department of the Home Owners They were just a Lttle way off
the Red Cross almost a* fast and social centers which of her former residence on Loan Corporation and the Federal the road that lies between the
U they have been brought In these funds would make possible 'Country Club road. Housing Administration and she Quit Refining Co, plant and J ff-
from the Miami headquarters reports -I are.vitally needed to keep up the Mrs Fuller has given the Homestead served as director of the Pennsylvania rey Sawmill, south of MV...ryitreet
Mrs. B. A.. Tibbits, bead,of morale of the young men in the municipal library between I state museum. ., : -ent.rely within the city
the chapter which has been established army camps.'Morale 400 and 900 books, largely] travel She later went to Washington limit wlthcolored. quarters %,,thin -
at 38 North Krome, over means the spiritual and reference works. The Miami writer in the federal division a stone throw-
Brown Pharmacy, under the courage with which these boys public library received a like information where she wrote 11'11'a Now Herman is dead and Ova Is

sponsorship of the Homestead are imbued when they are provided number, the Tbrte--& re.and-Trn booklet, "Agriculture In a Changing grieving over the'pal that was
Business and Professional Wo- with decent recreational and Club of Miami, got several hun- World" She resigned this position shot with a bullet from Ova's
men' Club."Practically. social contacts-when they see dred, and the remainder Mrs. last July to give her services rifle This ia the story Ova to'd
every church ha evidence that the folks back: home Fuller will turn over to the army to campaigning, for the reelection Justice of the Peace Sid L. Kendrick -
a group at work knitting ant cro care enough to provide for their training camps. ot President RooMvelt and a coroner' Jury last
cheting", the said "and other comfort and against their loneliness Sale of Mrs.\ Fuller house was After Mr. Roosevelt's sweeping feght.
groups have been formed. ," mid Mrs. Fuller. made 30 days ago to Mr. and Mr, victory, the was invited by Mrs. Herman had thrown a bottle and
'Individuals ao well a* group In some instances: she said, a Vivian Ash of Miami. Mrs. Elea- Roosevelt as one of the SO best Ova, aiming at it, puld: the trig-
are invited. join 19 the project town of two or three thousand nor Frontier and Mn Fay &1- "omen, speakers of the campaign gar, but the gun jammed and did
The roem ,wW.be open from population ia the nearest own- ] comb bandied the dealA and designated a "veteran of the net fire. Ova say he started to
(Continued on Page Twelve) (Continued on Page Twelve) lecturer of Chautauqua- (Continued on Page, Twelve) (Continued on Page Twelve)

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Mother: "Johnnie, dear, I

FISHING TRIP TO Governor Holland Approves Bill 1 Buddy Degree Fitzpatrick and CommissionI !enough hoping you to give wou'd your be little unjeifiiw tute*!

Restricting Roadside AdvertisingTallahassee i the largest piece, of I candy. 'TOii.*
TAKE PLACE OF I, rrancisBuddyritepatrlc( captain I even that old hen will give WI

June S-An act to without Inclining any liability of the R. O. T. C. of the University I the nicest dainties to her littlej

r I I regulate bill board advertising has therefor. I of Florida was sworn In chicks and take only A> tiny, seas]
ROTEJEETINCHomestead The act provides that per. once In a while for herself"' t
any '
I I been passed by the Legislature i as second lieutenant In the U. S.I
I son who violates Its provision Johnnie after watching old hogfor
after he received a
Rotarians will leave and approved by Governor Holland shall be deemed guilty of a miss t artillery just a while): 'Well. Mon rd do"

It Is entitled: t demeanor and hall be punished B A. E. degree from the University the same thing If It was worra;Is
.t I 30 next Wednesday morning '
"An Act to regulate outdoor accordingly of Florida on June 2.
on a fishing trip which li the 1 1 While the act become effective
advertising outside of the corporate I I He returned to Homestead Tuesday White Boy: "The Lord loves
culmination of an attendance contest i limits of cities and Incorporated Immediately, yet It provides that with his mother, Mrs R H.t best'

between the "even" and the lall present outdoor advertisersshall t Fitzpatrick, who attended the com-
towns In the sight of public Colored Boy: 'Nsw, He don'U)
"odd teami I be given 120 days to comply mencement exercises, and he wl:1
; highways: to provide for licensingpersons with Its provisions and It is be- '! remain here till summoned The Lawd loves me best and I]
The event". captained by Bernard lieved that many of these affected can prove it. He done give mej
I engaged In the business
Blackburn, won, 10 the"odds" I will comply promptly and thereby CARD OF HUNKS !|some special attention-special atitenllon
of outdoor and for the "
captained by Adrian Jacobs I avoid any possible confusion I .
are hosts on the fishing trip Issuance of permits for advertisements .I I later I wish to thank my many j White Boy: Hows that?" .r
for the
friends and neighbors .
and must make all and advertising structures;I II "
arrangement It Is understood that practically shown i Colored Boy: Cause He took
and bear all expenses. i I to prohibit certain advertise. all outdoor advertisers and alii kindness and sympathy I pains to color me and didn't yo iJ
Boats owned by various members ments and advertising structures civic organizations so far heard during my recent 1-The Progressive FarmerNOTICE '
of the club will be used tot I and to provide for the removalof I I from have expressed willingness !and for the beautiful flowers

the trip All Rotarians must be at ; advertlsments and advertising to cooperate to the fullest extent I I sent R. W MULLINS Or APP1 CATION \

the Card Sound Bridge by t:30 in 'structure Iler dis In making the highways of the __ I'' FOR TAX DEED
order to make the trip. erected, or main I State much safer and more attractive I! NOTICE OP APPI ICATION FOR File S4nU -
I Rained Notice la hereby given nat 11.11.....
The regular Wednesday noon : to prescribe the powers I. TAX Oils 841"7 DEED' 1 I I.... holder ai ...1...... of City of Hoiaetatoad
meeting of the club will not beheld .. of certain officers re I Notice te hereby liven i that Bailiwick I Tai. Certificate 110.....
: all members going the hating thereto and to prescribe I 10,. holder. aa ...1.... of City of H..me. SSIIA dated the fifth day at mZ
on ;
I Pupils May Register lead Tax Certificate numbered 2140 I ecmbcr, A. D, M7 has filed eakleertiflcato
fishing trip will be given credit I penalties for the violations of i'dated. the ash day o( Juno A. D. 1127. In ny office: and haa rniitaippllrntlon
for attendance 'Act." this, For Band Work Monday i Iou filed laid renlflnte In my offleo/ and for tax deed to bow thereon
I I. accordance with law. Raid
h. made application for a tat deed to certificate
The following week, the Rotarians It Is understood that the billwas I JMue Ihereoa In areordanr with law .00b_ tho following deecnhed prop
Students interested in band Said rertifk'sl..minee the followlnt derrlbed erty situated In Dade County Florida
will meet jointly with the patterned largely after the I
property situated In Dado County, I U wltt .
Redland District Lions Club at, laws of other states work may register for summer Florida. to wit Lot of", Block 1. Porwnlr, Hi
'II classes Monday morning at 10 o- Lot. A. Block t. Tatumi RldredaleAddition I City. H nmtead, County at Dad ",
the Lions Den In Silver Palm, on The act provide In part: I > In the City of Homeitead Stal of Florida
Tuesday evening. June 17. The I That no person shall engage or,clock In the high school music Comity of Pade. State of Florida The aaeerantent of mid property _
Mrs W. B. Mills The ._m.o. of said property under certificate Wood Was In the name
next meeting of the Rotary Clubto 1 continue in the business of out: room announces the said Certificate blued. was In the name I Howard R. Lamb. t'nleaa raid .
be held in Legion Hall will be door advertising without obtainIng music director of the Homestead Unknown Unleea. Hid certificate shall eau shall be redeemed according. to .
!schools I he redeemed aceordlna: to law tax deed tai oeed will blue thereon ... the
a ladies' night meeting on June 25 a license from the chairman will ..... thereon on tho llth day of day of June A a. 1141.
and paying the annual license feat t tI Special Instruction will be given June. A. D. 1941. I Dated this 211II day of April A. WI
the beginning band students who Dated this ISth day of May A. l>. 1941 1941. WItho
Piche Twins to Finish I required; | I E. B LEATHEKMAN E. B: LEATHERHAN
The act specifically provides after three months of instruction] Clerk. of! Circuit Court | Clerk of Circuit ,, :

Army Courses in August:, that no advertisement, advertls-|should be ready for the junior Circuit Court 8ea Dado County. Florida ,Circuit Court seas.Dade County Flori

I ing sign or advertising structure band in September, Mrs Mills By N' C, STERRETT, D. C. By N. C. ITFRRETT D.
Jud and Joe Plch. twin tons 1 shall be constructed, erected,says I May IS. IS" SO. Juno S. IS, 1941.1 I May.. I'."'_II..tl SO. 1'4U :

of Mr. and Mrs T. D. Piche. will 1 used or operated or maintained:1 1a I Classes will meet on Tuesdaysand

finISh courses In air mechanics inl I ( ) Within U feet of the outside Friday during the summer

army schools In August boundary of any public I highway I ,I There will be two private lessons
Jud who if attending the Air I 1 and two band periods each \\t.\\\\\t.\
or within 100 feet of any church,, 'e.
Corps Technical School at Cha-
I school, cemetery, public park,[week.
nute Field, 111, will be assigned A fee of three dollars a month \,
public reservation public playground : nt
at Instructor at Chanute Field
or will be charged
state or national forest,I
if he prefers at either of the new highway or railroad Intersections: Mrs Mills hopes that enough _
air corps technical schools at Bi- members of the band will join In
(b) Which Involves motion or :
loxi. work for musical \\O\\ \
the summer programs
rotation of any part of the structure -
He plans to choose the Biloxi or displays intermittent !'! to be given throughout the
school according to word receded summer. '\1\\
lights; I
by his parent. G'1\ J ;
) Which the word "Stop
(c uses .
completes course I '
1 or Danger', or presents or Implies TAX DEED \ ,, '
at Spartan School of Aeronautics&t the need or requirement of Chapter l7< -Acti af |MIHie : ;
Tulsa Okla.. he will be ent to AIM \
stopping or the existence of dan- Notice b hereby given that Jesse S. I
Marsh Field near Los Angeles. Avery holder of State and County Tax
I ger, or which is a copy or imitation Certificate. No STB 7 issued the 7th day
of official signs, of Auguit A. D. less h.. filed lama In

Allen For West Doctor's Working DegreeThe ''I curve(d) or Which in any is placed manner inside that mayprevent the. I'a my...'1',1.:4.office;property and to.has.be In!made the issued the county application following thereoa of Dadellate Slid de.'arrlbed for..j ,, CASH .IN. ON OUR 2,WAY. CELEBRATION' ; 'l''

persons using the highway of Florida, ,
I to wit
Rev. Allen West son of I from obtaining! an unobstructed I Lot to. Block S. Plnehnrat a it bdn attC N X 7E'RE offering this beautiful cubic loot I! "
(For Jon and 11311 Plat Book I. V V
family size Electric
Mr. and Mrs Ceo A. West I view of approaching \'ehicle'.1 I P... 177. In the County of Dade. CEO/t: Hotpoint Refriferator '

just completed resident study ha'i| The act covers existing I The State assessment 0' FI..Id.of said property under No. 1 with famous Hotpoint quality economy: .-1

examinatIOns required for his PhD I aa proposed structures, signs and the said certificate was In the same 0' and beauty It's Hotpouit's way of celebrating 1|

degree at the Southern Baptist advertisements, and provides that Mr. Elisabeth laid certificate EvatwInleei thai he redeemedaccording National Hotpoint Refrigerator Week. %

Theological Seminary. He Is now :any such constructed, erected, to law. the property \1

working on his thesis which he operated, used maintained, posted ''I at therein the Court will he Howe told door to the on the first.deaeribed'l. J'l FEATURES b

hopes to complete in the fall so'be 'or displayed In violation of its day In the month of July. 1141. which U .
the 7th day of July. 141 T food iterate ....... fill Speed) Fr...... "
can receive the Ph D degree !provisions is declared to be a pub I LJ I
Dated this lath day of MIT A D 1t41
by Thanksgiving He received: an',''lic and private nuisance which I K. B LEATHERMAN! 2' 511.W.! Cold Storage Compartment 131 I

A. B. degree from Stetson L'niverity j/If not removed obliterated or abated Clerk Dado of County Circuit, Court Florida I New Buttei Conditioner 4) Giant Settle . .,

and a Th M. degree from by the owner the chair ,I Circuit Court"'N.1C tone '5' CgMral Foot Storage Zone. '.1)HI. .
the seminary.Edwin 'man of the State Road Depart '1 I Ii Humidity' Compartment 7) Extra Bin lor

ment shall remove or obliterate i I Dry Storage PLUS .Vaciunt Sealed,
Lawrence Awarded them and In such cases he and''' Thrmm.ater Unit . Pop.lce Trays.. anew I
,his authorizedto 1'
representatives are
Commission With Degree enter upon private property i Im e If-Point Tempera
i iI'I : many. 0 H Lr
Edwin Laurence on May 31 received thor great Gaul_
a Bachelor of Science degree 1 $172.95'

In commerce from the University for Delicious Home. Cooking : Sy Ivory rordilkk A

of Georgia In Athens and I forest terVlforator Ivy aosk Too '

a commission as second lieutenant I You'll like Tropical Cafe for HUH
In the quartermaster corps of the .. .
U. S. Army. its tasty food, its pleasant atmosphere 1'fO" .Q; I.'f SKSKi-Sv eMI

His mother, Mrs. E. L. Lawrence 1 Do in t WE HAVE A GIFT FOR YOUI.
attended the commencement : come soon.
exercises and returned with him 1 O. It's a household item that tfaouaanda of house
: i ;'f iF" wives have found escepfjonalruoefuL Ju t stopat
I awaiting
id Homestead where he
Tropical Cafe .. lil-JA
orders. I : our tore today and ask for your gift In celebrotkio -

Mist Dorothy Merritt of Atlanta of National Hotpoint RefrcentorWeell.

accompanied them to Homestead 1 ML .M,41aF .. ...> _-" t z:J3als ...xL y..AFO
for a visit at the Lawrence home. I )


WANT ADS'S AV I -:: u t=!,, eater parties" to I IJ HOMESTEAD PHONE I4U



Open SA.M.to11:36F.St.-Sundayslto4r.'N. I All Work GuaranteedPHONE

Fire Insurance and Fed Cleaned Every MeneUy. Closed All Day SgtaSAM'S

Hater Tested Every Day

Faa1I,. SIM: A.ilt, ll.tt; Children, TieSwtansbaf

and Divine Lessen - - ... .? See ALEXANDEK. Proa.

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: Friday,June 6,1941 ... THE, HOMESTEAD IEADER-ENTERPRISE PawlThm

1 et es IS degrees Fahrenheit The' in commenting on "fruit conditioning. ;t
Recommends of Citrus
1all KENDALC.C.C. I Irrigation ] picked fruit should not be allowed I .* stated that the practice I .:

tie Fruit Before Dry Weather Picking : to stand In the hot sun, but I I* followed by some producers lathe \ :;

114Ii TEAM I WILL PLAY I should be removed to the packinghouse Florida Industry and that It U :,
Lakeland, June 5 Interval of several before to avoid highly valuable at the present
(Special! ) I an days I is soon as possible I! .
: HERE ON SUNDAY -With the current drouth spread picking to allow the fruit to regain excessive' moisture losses and time. i '
over the entire citrus belt of is normal moisture content -
f1Ij S I er detrimental effects of high Picking the trust when thereis :
Florida, word of advice "
a good
j I perature." oth-I Insufficient moisture results In .
South Miami again came from comet to citrus producers by way "Research workers have found I, Dr. A. F. Camp a terrific strain on the tree, which
behind at almost the end of the of the California Citrograph It that during hot dry weather thetranspiration in charge at the state citrus may result in leaf droppage" he
to defeat the I Is written In regard to fruit conditioning isl I ,
game Homesteadcity from the leaves periment station at Lake Alfred said.
baseball team on the local by irrigation during hot so rapid that the tree cannot 1 '

diamond Sunday afternoon '7-4. dry weather when the tree is getting supply enough moisture, even If I i -..."....-"-......"............?...?.." ..."-"""?''......,.........''....-.....-1 f
114Ij Insufficient moisture for nor- is sufficient soil l moisture,!
Homestead went to work In the there I '
first inning and scored three runs, mal existence. and the leaves tend to draw waterfrom A Little Bird
According to the article, "Con-
j and It scored again in the fifth I the fruit. J r'
ditioning the fruit In the groves
while South Miami scored three I "The fruit continues to lose
prior to picking has been practicedby
points In the first, third and fourth: moisture after it has been removed Told UsThat I ,
a number of shippers for several -
'. innings The local boys held the from the trees and therefore it
I years, and has been I very
lead till the seventh when South Is essential that it contain Its max-

Miami scored three runs to salt Important factor In Improving the imum moisture content to withstand _"..__...."..."."___._ ___.." .......,...__................,....._........_ J
grade and quality of the packed
away the game fruit during the summer season subsequent treatments and the mustache of the president of a local luncheon club is f

J C Bishop pitched good ball for 'During dry, hot weather, shipment to the market so fascinating a budding prima donna halted her singing to play with 1 .
seven innings but weakened In especially If there Is Insufficient "Picking should be discontinuedwhen
the eighth due to the heat. Kemp noil moisture. Irrigation should the fruit temperature reach- it t

1a hurler for the visitors seemed to always precede picking When the ,
get stronger as the game progressed trees- are near the wilting point

... Smith. Mistretta and when irrigated there should be I
.. Snyder each with two hits shared 'N1rJNnAe / ;
.. batting honors for Homestead.
The failure of A. Barrow to hit
when men were on bases spelled ()J) I

defeat for the local I lads. Three M'FAF&r900a.,1.1
a different times he came to bat tOUTHERNJi",
with base filled and each time
struck out. WILDLIFEFish : 1

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It's 10 much fun to catch 'em A SIX OR EIGHT IN ANY MODEL

COUPE SECOND IN and such a job to clean 'em! Some
fishermen come In so tired from I I

a hard day afield that they much Yearr
POPULARITY NOW\ prefer giving their fish away f"41

rather than go through the mi
of cleaning them. The way some
The : ,re11, >. n cm. nd on the sportsmen go about this job make 0-0701 ZOO

part if C'hC\ roles buyers has it a pretty miserable situation jl .
promote I the f ,'c-passenger| coupe right! -
Into ,er"lld position among all
| Try this quick. easy method of
body tvles usurpinii the place
held Vt! the four-door sedanthrougi'out ', defining sometime. Hate a pail PRESTON B. BIRD MOTOR CO.
of water boiling on the stove or
most of the past decade
figures recently released by campfire Place your fish. Just South Krome Aie., at :5th St.. Homestead, Fh.
as it comes from the lake in the
the divisions market analysis -
veal, boiling water. By much experi- _. -----
re-I I
menting we found that a two- 00 ._
Traditionally the leader
pound bass should be left in the
door sedans are still the No.1
boiling water until you can count
choice athe Chevrolet buying
without hurrying If the
public the figures show with the
I fish Is bigger add ten additional
always-popular four-door sedans I
counts for each pound-up to five
now in third place. Fourth and I
pounds Salt water fish are
fifth respectively, are the business : : r
tougher it seems Starting with
coups and the cabriolet. .
a two-pound fish, have fifty
I counts as par and then add fifteen UseRedland
IMirn Silence Is Golden
for each additional pound.
The head of a large department!
I When your fish Is removed from
store was passing through the
this boiling water Its fins can be
packing-room when he saw a boy I
pulled out by the roots Then byslitting
lounging against a wooden box
down the backbone and
whistling cheerfully The chief
: I along the belly fore to aft, the Brand
motioned the boy to follow him
into his office | pealing can be accomplished by l
stripping off the skin-
"How much do you get a week?" !
like peeling a banana To complete
he barked .
"Ten dollars sir" I the job then all that I Is nec-
cessary is to cut the backboneback
"Then" heres neeks pay-get! of the head and pull head
out! FertilizerOn
down and back. The entrails will I
When the boy had left, the boss
come out fastened to the head.
summoned the foreman of the
Your fish is ready for the frying
packing department.
and it wasn't so bad, after
"When did we hire that boy?

he"We deminded never hired him," came the
astonished answer 'He Just DaiuhUrs Job

brought In a package from. another Mother: "Yes, my girl's on mu-
firm."-Ex. nitions now. She makes the nut

that screws on the bolt that holds

Swimming instructor-"And always the plate that covers the recess

remember never to go In the that contains the thingummy that r
water after a hearty meal" works the gadget that tells the For Results

Pupil-"No, you'll never find it pilot where he is In the dark.-

there,", Punch. I



We take full time, full tare Florida East Coast Fertilizer Co.

a In Lubericating your Car. We
never rush a job. in a hurry to ;

get our pay We take that nec-

essary longer time in servicing

If 1 It safeguards jour Car Safeguards !I "

your trade-for us! ;



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Outride 01 Dodo Counly____ .1.... where and how of your government

Nor F t d, wjA .Is now available! in the library -

On Capj and GownsB r This volume, known as "The

I United States Government Man
> Annie Mayhew Fitzpatrick '
ual", covers the creation and organization
Tht boy graduate: functions and actlvl-
I never looked like this before; j I\ties of all branches of the federal
I never thought I would. i government. The material the
I wonder If that tauel thing a I manual has been approved by theI
Is hanging where It ihouldIf I departments and agencies themselves -
I get tangled up and fall. and accompanied by or-
Of course I'll akin my none I I ionization charts and the names
I wonder what deluded mind and titles of the administrative
Thought u p these crazy I officials
clutheiThi .

girl graduate: w Archibald McLelsh, author poet
1 never looked like thin beforeI : 0 a M 6q or and librarian of the Libraryof

never thought I could.TI Congress, recently madea
's outfit li ai shapeless us statement at the Inter-
\ parka with a hood. AmerIcan Writers Conference
r! "-rr H no way a mortar board that the American novel ha now
'an tilt to mike It chic- I far surpassed its British parent.
Su jposcd to make me look This statement will no doubt, ga
demure unchallenged for the present time
I Ind I
\ l inle:Icctuil and meek. ., He further states that the poetryof :
Latin-America is as good as
F..I' i himself: I
produced anywhere in the
I iliad they gut those capi + 1JIG AlAN MlO FJlPEIJ i I any Spanish-speaking world In in

and gowns; ,*" 't' ., A ENG OQflhv.tw/N/rEST IZ Z'PA'CONJG 'i troducing. McLelsh Robert M.
It naves a lot of dough
Lovett called him the unofficial
It. II dignified occasion, ma. RNAROO OGGOVG2NO ,i poet-laureate of the United States.
And not a poppy ihow .
AA r
Mother replies: | Because our limited budget can

Enough from you-what do you 4w 0tOVlSIAN' I not finance subscriptions to pop
know + ular magazines, our current number -
You're talking like a dunce 1 of any magazine Is the last is-

It it a ihame-a crying shame /lWMt .. su* brought In by a friend 'of the
They gradual but on*. library. And so our current mag-
I- i jazine rack is dependent upon the
I'd always planned my girl! I II The SAPOTE Is a very interesting tropical distinguished CAI.VEZ who was governorof I promptness of our friends (In parsing -

would have fruit that grows well in the protected Louisiana under Spain, former: ended on their used copies Pictorials -
The finest dress In town I areas of Southern Florida. The tree attains English dominion in West Florida. Galvez'a ; are favorites with adults

; And here she's ambling up the hug size and its large leaves are a dis- brilliant military suc:3ie3 during this per |land juveniles alike II

aisle, tinctive feature often reaching a lengthof iod were rewarded! by his being made a I I
la rented cap and gown 12 inches, light green above and light count and rejaiv.nj; tha up pa'ntaient of cap- W* wish to acknowledge with

The audience: brown beneath. The brown fruits greatly taan-freneril of I.ca1Cuba: and West ,thanks regular subscriptions by

Oh m., oh my. Well hr they resemble a russet apple in shape and have nor'.!a. Later htV: -J made Viceroy of local contributors as follows: The
come a very firm reddish pulp with: a somewhat MSMCO HM c" :;:.iuu in West Florida American Girl Homestead Girl
At nifty as you please" tpicy but delicious tste The fruit is eaten raisins tin Enji: :i W.M rejardud a* being Scouts; Th Gospel Trumpet,

The girl and boy In caps and fresh, and also used in mal.m: fine sherbets. \ery bcl'-fjl ti t''e r" TT colonias: bitterly ,Young Peoples League of the
of National News of
gowns wad marmalades. I e.ru:?_Inj: tray: .',,,.. .n fox their fieeJomrt Church God
the American Legion Auxiliary,
Alike ai two green t'ft; : -.
peai h> his cnntuie of P?" cola In 1781 the ... tr Homestead Legion Auxiliary;

The underclassmen: Boy's Life, Mrs Ben Archer.

:Well w* will not be copy catj,,1---'" the frontal bones ct the exult for -...NNNNIINIMNMNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNChildren . a

And follow In their tracks. i the purpose of severing certain in CourtBy There are many duties to per-
When we march down that aisle CURRENT nerve centers to cure mild forms form in a library and considerable

perhaps 'twill be of dementia thus exploding another Judge !Malcolm Hatfield bookkeeping. one item of which,

In sport shirts and In slacks COMMENT old theory that to disturb the ....?NNNNNNNINNNINNxN1,11MNNNNINNNNPLAYGROUNDS should not be necessary That Is
sending out notices of books that
By the surgeons even cut out portions .are past due. If you have a book
Nazis Insult Argentinians of it Law enforcement officials in a that has run up a sizable fine,

Angry Argentine citizens Edllo.1 Notes Mr With, W.IOOMMmnmU . certain city have repeatedly complained please bring It In and we can
smashed the windows of a German they k> I"on urMBMUt hit "Comwnu ot at .whether..rla.eftwith I This Is a chemical as well as an that they are unable to come to a satisfactory settlement.
hto opinion Addles 10...... suppress the rising amount of Juvenile In this way your record will be
bookstore In Buenos Aires rations to Agnew ".!.>>. 141 N L I Industrial age In 1939 we exported .' entitled
crime within cleared and you will be
its borders
when the proprietor displayed a 198 million dollars worthof i '
Twelve died In Miami Its chief Ito become an active borrower?
.I lawyers of police analyzed the
picture of Gen. Jose de Sun Martin I chemicals and. commercial
1 I I during the past twelve months entire situation by stating that again.
Argentine liberator flankedon graph shows we moved It up to a o .
each side by pictures of dicta I Maybe some of the living think 238 million last year. We forged the adults of the community pro.
vlded Every citizen in this section
tors Hitler and Mussolini I I adequately for their own I
Refusal that was none too many.. well ahead In Industrial, medicinaland
recreation but neglected their should be proud of the Lily Lawrence
to withdraw them caused police . coal tar products multiplied
children recreational needs To, Bow Library. It is an asset
to clone It. '
by little
explosives four
One of a group of five upstanding were a prove his point he brought out'1'and: one that brings forth much
The position of Jose de San ahead In chemical specialties, lost '
young men who went overseas, the fact that this particular district favorable comment from visitors.
Martin In Argentina and other slightly on paint product but
to drive ambulances told Dorothy -+ enjoyed two golf courses,,'But any public Institution Is only
South American countries nukes gained over three million on fertiliser
the action understandable It Thompson columnist, that he' several Industrial athletic fields!'I as strong as the support Interest
would be comparable In the United did not hate Germany but loathed numerous beer gardens various and co-operation It gets from the
Nazism and added 'The United billiard four community as a whole. May we
States to placing George I As an excavator the old steam I parlors, or five fraternal i|:
States could have prevented this club rooms and numerous,count on you'delinquency
Washington in a class with the shovel Is on the way out as
war if the politicians had had anyguts' lakes within an hour's drive I I
Nail and Fascist leaders. new type known as the 'bal.:
Central San Martin was a lea will do the work of about a hundred .1 An athletic field which was ', because the youngsters
der In the Argentine uprising I . I of the old style At the fenced off and securely locked !I cannot be expected to "walk

against the Spanish In 1112 But Those tilting bronze cylinderson of a 20footcylinder.. nearly except on Saturday afternoons ,around with a prayer book underone
his efforts to free South America the outside walls of some city feet In diameter and balanced when the high school football:' arm and a hymn book under
from the Spanish yoke did not I banks, to accommodate late depositors midway to allow for mobility 1s I team played home games, served the other." 'Th* city should have t
end there Chile was delivered are an accommodationbut : a cutting head that eats Into sand II the children' whole source of sufficient play grounds so that I I'on.
from Its oppressor In 1817 by an now comes tw9 Memphis !. or gravel, and conveys it into recreation. Every school building''' hundred square feet of spaceIs :.
Argentine army led by San Martin I banks who render similar curb trucks or dump-cars as required. 1 I in the city was locked not only available tor each child within
The story of the march across' service to motorists I a a after five o'clock each afternoon. one half mile at very home in
the Andes mountains Is one of . Apolitical cartoon shows but also during the entire summer .i the city All play grounds should

the most thrilling In history and There Is a difference In the reaction [France standing before a great I vacation If a child so muchas be open, and under the direction ,
la a military maneuver ranking of men when sentenced to book on a page of which was Inscribed I stuck his head Inside the buildIng -;!1 lof I I trained leaders throughout the I
with Napoleons trek across the death. 'A New York man cursed "All is lost save honor I after school hours he was entire year. Athletic field should
A'P' the prosecutor and spat at the Which lead "Old Toot- tto' observe literally pounced upon by several'also, be provided for older children 1
Later, he marched to Peru Judge while a Miami man thus "Yes, an' that's I I irate Janitors who wire likely to .' Since this city does not posses I
which was liberated eighteen day sentenced politely said to the durned thin spots in It." accuse him of malicious trespass'' a lake swimming and wading '.
after his capture ef Lima on July Judge "Thank You." 1 ing. pools should lie constructed.
10, 1S21. Veneiula was next. The a a If you need a hearty laugh and,I This city prides Itself upon the|Iin areas where playgrounds can f
campaign to free the people of Seventy-five years ago when one the most of us do, read this quotation lovely grounds which surround not be built, II would be possible .
that country followed almost Immediately propounded a new or wild theory from a German newspapers''the high school In fact, the local.to- close certain streets to traffic
It is noteworthy that or gave vent to a mental quirk, headlines on Its poison column:'citizen always point out the:and allow children to play freely
In every case, a free and Independent people said he should "be bored "Roosevelt Mobilizes Convicts school grounds to visitors, with a lit them. The public library shouldbe !
government was set up. San for the simples." Well they're doing I Against Hitler-Murderers and great deal of civic pride. It J* no augmented with adequate funds
Martin army was one of liberation -I something like that now. With I Thieves Arm In Arm with U. S. wonder that this community has for the purchase of all types of (
not conquest |a special drill, discs are cut from, President. I I more than Its share ot Juvenile:suitable literature .for children





I Uiill1UJWnlllllllllrlllllllfllllllllllll'! taking in all south of Gould but
H.H.S. Slates
Calisthenics Work
I Gym .I working directly under the Dude I REDLAND P. F. A.

Year County Poultry Association B. C. John Landriim. Reporter
Bait Casting and Archery Next : By
20 Years AgoIlmllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllUIIU i I Murphy was elected president andS I

-- I | F Matthews secretary and
,treasurer...." Notification was received this
Formal gymnastic, calisthenics, Improve sanitary conditions, the
drill and gymnasium apparatus I reorganization of the boys' locker : -'Mrs. P. F Ray and daughter,' week that H. A. Aman. Jr, won

work will be stressed in the physical room, the acquisition of additional |Miss Eula Ray, leave this week fourth place and a cash prize of

education program of Homestead lockers and the establishmentof bourn The. ffvllnwtiitf from Mm HtnM.f tfc..M Men BmmttmtKMorark w- for their former home In Lebanon four dollars in the F F. A. District -

High School next year, 1nkeeping a cage system for the keeping MUklUM ..... IS. lilt.Uw . Ky where they expect to Six essay contest sponsoredby
no South F5.rN. SWUM 4orW
with the direction set by of the boys' gym clothes, the Ort IT. INI wHk Ik* B_ summer Mr. Ray will go to Ten- Chilean Nitrite Educational
the national defense program. I building of an outdoor basketball seem t.ac--, nesee for a few weeks vacation." Bureau The state advisor of r.I .

This announcement was made court and the installation of a May M, UII -"Mr. and Mrs. Caspar Will- F A. urged that H. A. be prevent
flood light which permits night . lams of ModeUo, left Tuesday by I at the state convention in Calnes-
this week by Theo J. Bleier, phy- ; "A meeting was called at the
basketball, the building of two train for Clarksville, Pa., to spend ville. June 17-11-19 to twelve
alcal education director and athletes home of F. Webster last Friday I
tennis courts and aside of
coach of the school, who said night to organise a local branch the summer" recognition<< and his prize No Information
additional space for lead-up tennis -,
lo that bait-catting and archery of the Dade County Poultry Association "Roy Nixon Is the father of a was received as to the
and of baseball
building a -
would be added to the list of Intramural E. A. Froacher was appointed brand new boy who arrived Wednesday names of other winners In this
field In
the southeast cornerof
sports in which all the the tract. temporary chairman for afternoon.." oooteit In District Six.

students get a chance to participate the evening, Mrs George RAnson -"Mrs. John Palmer, accompanied At our last meeting, held May
"All of these have been
projects acting as secretary This organization by her son, L. 5., and 28, H. A. Aman, Jr., and Philip
made the
possible through cooper- will be known the South Reams elected to be dele-
as Mae arrived were our
daughter Harvey ,
before the end ,
"It Is hoped that ation of Chat G. Turner, chairman
Dade County Poultry Association, Monday from Madison FIsH to gates at the state Mr Bleier ,
of next year, said of the Dade County school board; '
visit With Dr: and Mrs. J. A A. was one of our delegates last
"four new shuffleboard courts J. D. Redd, chairman! of the
will be completed, and we hope Dade County commission: the lead-up games to tennis This Smith. With them came Ceo year, and this year has made application

to work out some system of satis-I Homestead P. T. A.; George Wake- court may be used also for marchIng Parrott qf Madison, who may settle' for advancement to the
State Planter degree, which la
factory towel service, whereby I field agriculture teacher; Fred J. and calisthenics I here. conferred on members who meet

each student may have a clean I,Fuchs. local foreman of the W.I I Because of the filllng-ln, and -"Mrs. W O. Webster and the requirements at each ,late

towel after taking his daily i I P A; the Homestead city council 'i sodding of the elementary school family left this week for their I convention.
shower : and last, but not least het playground, the entire student 1 I home In Buckingham, 11 Mr
A familiar landmark, Mrs Ar- I'principal, B M Hindman, and body of the elementary school had : Webster preceded them by two I Plant are under way for i"implcting li--

villa Booths house, will be removed :,'the members of the faculty as to move over on the high school monthsMrs. our chapter icroinpl
this summer from the well as the student body The field for recess and noon hour : H. O. Hall And family ment report soon mid work la using
I dour on the report b\ Doll lid
Homestead High School athletic athletic department is deeply indebted I pa! >'. During the 170 school days of West Palm Beach are staying *
field This will give more space to all for the thoughtfulness of the year. nearly 600 children. with Dr. and Mrs B 'rger. They I Grafe, \\iixiet' '\'. \sidled nGe +

and al'ow for complete organization and foresight in helping to from the first grade up through : are thinking of staying perm incntly rgt mis oft

of the entire f:eld. The five I,see that all of these splendid projects the twelfth! grade, have used this in Homestead" i
acre tract was obtained in 1936 :: have been carried through field every day. This has made i I -"ID. Clapp was a visitor in

on a (live year option, and this to successful completion" necessary careful organization of town a few days I last week He Do You Like To

year the ichool board completedthe I As a result of the completion of the entire student body and planning I|has been employed in the bridge and FISH '
purchase under the chairman these projects, the local high I I II for the use of the field to j I and building department of the I I

ship of a Homestead citizen, piasC I school has been able to organize)that each group would] know F E. C." Then You'll
Turner. I I Its program, so that the pupils II where It was to play and how it I I I"H.. W,.Simpson and Robert Enjoy Reading

Completion of the gymnasium In may have the benefit of whole- was organized in each of its activities I Rutland leave Thursday for

1935 and the acquisition of the I I some activity for physical and Georgia:'
five-acre athletic field have made I mental development. I Miiis Josephine Cook girls' ='EL' Lawrence has OUTOEOM

it possible for the local high schoolto On the field at least eleyen different physical education teacher, who chased\nd will continue the pur-I
and expand its I handled all of the girls from the ation of J. P. Nix
improve program sports have been Carried i T
until tow it stands on an on: touch football, soccer speed-]first ,through the twelfth grades, -"Mr. and Mrs. Ben Young 7 !.I!
equal footing with many other ball baseball, six-man baseball!and Mr. Bleier. managed all of leave next Wednesday for a trip 1 vpcl o ne

high schools throughout the state, dlamondball, track which Includes heM activities Both teachers also to St. Louis, Moberly and other

reports Mr. Bleier. the dashes, high jumping,-broad handled .n.the health and safety points In the 'show-me' state""Edith Vie South't Only Hunt ]
instruction, which "Each year the department has jumping, pole vaulting and weight And Fishing Magazine
health films, and the teaching of Williams of Modello left Wednesday
set as its goal some project," said throwing; horse shoes, marbles, I
first aid, in addition to the regular for a summer's visit to their New Cm OUT
be. "Each project as It has materialized -; croquet, and box hockey. "
I 1 work of health classes former home in Clarksville, Pa.
has made it possible Inside the gymnasium une may

for the department to add new 1 see 14 different activities, such u
activities to the program Better basketball, three-man basketball,I I

facilities and more equipment have basketball golf, twenty-one (another

made It possible for the school I game variant of basketball -: These Used Bargains
now to boost of thirty-two related ). volley ball, hand ball badminton

activities, carried on by both boys indoor horseshoes, ping- ,

and girls pong, calisthenics, marching tumbling tAMsjMva .* L'msmwmesnu mr-JHasmaammmm

"The projects undertaken and pyramid building, and medicine
brought to successful completion ball drills MeanMONEVIN
have included the scarifying, fillIng , On the outdoor court which is .

in and I sodding of the athletic probably used more than my --
field, the painting. and plasteringof other facility of the school set _n

the :irate,01 of the gymnasium different activities may be ra-
and r'_mo'al of the sharp corners ried on: basketball basket! iii I, THE BANK!

of the upports inside the gym: golf. three-man basketball L'lJ1 ,

the installation of two solar water nls, hard tennis paddle lennis

heating systems, one with a '
250-g, lion tank on the boys side r.TT..n.T..a.rs-.r..a

and ont with a 200-gallon tank
on the girls side: the plasteringand .
painting of both girs: and I EXPERT
the Installation -
boys shower rooms;
of wash bowls and other

necessary plumbing fixtures to BARBERINGHAIRCUT


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U hereby clones that ....M 40c
In<.. MifeT 80 satin' of City of I DAN-Worth considering for Sedan-In excellent condition
and T.. C."ln..I' Numbered 11021. dilrd SHAMPOO 40c
the lull day of ttarrmlw. A. D, 1 27hu _
101 M said l t.rtlllc.t. In Inv offk and Cheap transportation. $73.00 throughout $293.00
hM made pfllcvtfnii for tea deed t* howl i MASSAGE hoc
U.IM. In MtontonM with law S>Mwrtlflrate I _

froptrtir sit....1M.. In followlnfcrlbrd Dn*t

Florid All of U XW-4 will at KES of 400\ BUSH'SBARBER
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But.In to.Mnulnlni City of J..KH anew tm::c.-l:: dan-Good Mechanically; l
Sedna-New faint and
Cmd.-1: Floridn.Th of Mid nnmrty under\I Goo,! Tires; orginal paint;

IN Unknown M,4 mtflroto Vnk Iot ud onM was....If.In..the...nnmoof hall t SHOP .... $2-13:00: covers; a good buy $389.00
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Page Six THE HOMESTEAD LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday. June 6. 1941 'aIn

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I and and Mrs. A. D. Smith and Mr and
[ Mr. and Mn. Hugo Vihlen I
''Mn.' Vihlen'i mother, Mn. MaudE. Mn. E. S. Smith this week. FLORIDA CITY 'aBj

I' Chandler are taking an apart- -f- Mrs. W IV, beterr j

and Around ment In Miami Beach for the sum Mrs. Ruth L, Scott ''and son. I ---......--(.,

mer. Mrs Vihlen will begin work Bruce, will leave next week to I
Mr. and Mrs Lawrence Becker
I i 1
for a Master's Degree: at the University i spend the summer In Dearborn,
I 1 1I will leave Friday for Horton, Wy 4
Homestead I of Miami I Mich., and Jackson Minn. I where they will visit until Sept I. .,
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Chandler andl i;,:
j Banks Byrum of the U. S. Marines I David Frledrichs, Jr., son oi 1 lMrs. I family will occupy the Becker'

. who Is spending ten days Stanley Wlttkop, Is spending I home during the summer while'"
1 I with his parents, Mr. and Mn. J. several weeks with their home I it being remodeled. 9*

Mrs. Virginia Edwards will leave school of the same university at I i R. Byrum will return to Quan- in Jacksonville. rl'latlv.1

Thursday for Winter Park where New Orleans next fall to work tlco, Va., Monday.Mr. Bemis
Hugh P. of
she will visit her ton and daugh for hit M. D. degree. !! I Mist Julia Sullivan Mass., who arrived Saturday Springfield,*;
ter-in-law Mr. and Mrs William Monday for Gainesville to attend I
and Mrs. Herman Rutzke
I the Fred Parlln
Edwards, before going to Newnan, Mist Ruth Murray of the Red' I of Ochopee are announcing the summer school at Unlvertty of on Eleventh street until his cottage f

Ga., to visit her lon-ln-law and land faculty will attend summer (: birth of a seven-pound son In the Florida. home Is built own :.
daughter. Mr. and Mn. Rudolph school at Columbia University in Fri.I V
II I James Archer Smith Hospital Mri. Geo Polk will leave Sat-I
Aebl and her grandson, Billy. New York City this summer. day.
Later Mri. Edward will visit her I I ......:... urday to attend summer school at Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Looker and '

liter In Tuscaloosa Ala !I John Hlckion, alter spending ali ; Peabody Institute In Nashville. children Louise, Virginia and
Mrs. Edw. Little and Infant
I| Buddy, left Wednesday for Sa-
I i: week with his parents, Mr. and son, Thomas, were returned from Mn Mary D. Neetlei will leave nora, Ga. ;

Mr and Mri. Alvin Bridget, ,' Mn. J. R. Hickson in Naranja, returned i I the James Archer Smith Hospital Monday for her home- In Wash- -

Mn. L. M. Bridget, mother of to Auburn Ala., to attend to their home Tuesday ington Ga. 4
Mr Bridget, and Mitt Nicholson, the summer session of Ala A pot luck supper held Thun-

all of Tifton, Ga., visited friends bama Polytechlc Institute. I Dale Fisher ;; Perrine underwent I Dr. J. E. Johnstone Church, of pastor Homestead of Continued on Page Seven)
the First Baptist
In Homestead Wednesday. Theyare tonsil in the
spending several weeka In I 1 I Mist Helen Daniel will spend I James a Archer operation Smith Hospital I is spending the week with COLOR HARMONY
in Miami.
Miami the tint part of the summer
Miami and later go for a I -- I Tom Brantley of Naranja who i- MAKES
-Mr Don Robert and daughters week stay In Cuba and a three-I I Mn. Lewis Brandenburg;: and spending several months In Fort' BETTER,

Mn Robert Holland of Coral relatives In New York and .- ,'ion, Arthur, will leave today to Pierce came home for the ,

Gables and Wm. Fricke of sachusetts.Mr. I II 'spend the summer In Gay, Ga. I end. NEIGHBORS i

Chicago, and MrZ Frlck'i daughter I I i I Mr. Brandenburg hat been in Gay week'j .

Ethel, left Chicago Sun- and Mrs. Edw. Norman, Jr., for several weeks. Mr and Mn Dan :
day tol lt another daughter of are entertaining Mr. and Mri. I i I children plan to leave next Paint Stylet Should '

Mr Roberts, Mn Eddie Mc Ca- Benjamin Roberta of Dalton, I IMdIS. I Vernon Turner will return to for their summer home In West Harmonize With Other .

hill In Portsmouth Va. ., who plan to remain for DeLand Sunday to enter summer I Brownsville, Pa. Homes In Neighborhood
several weeks. i: school at Stetson University. He i "'
the Mid rertlflrale Issued was In the umoU.kno.ft. Your house must be; considered I In
Mr and Mn. Bevo Webb and I hat been visiting his parents, Mr. Unless mid rertlflcate shell
I relation
to other homes In !
be redeemed ....,'din. to law, tax deed you
Mr. and Mn J. L. Hickson. have and Mrs. Geo. W. Turner for the
daughter Tullulah Ann returned neighborhood if to
I |1.11I hew thereon on the 17th day ul l you want ctfulde" thai
Monday from a visit with Mn.Webbs returned from a two-week visit I the past week, following the close June, A. D. lull. vst effect, In color ha-mony, The
mother Mrt. W. R. Whitthard. with relatives In Fort Myers. ,of the regular Stetson term. Dated this llth E. day R LEATHERMAN of May A. D loll '/ below tells you whlchiolors
I .I.Iedllfra'stH to use and which to avoid In,
i Clerk of I Irrult Court.Dade
I In Hattiesburg, Miss., and I
with relative In Dawson, Ga., and! Origin" was return*]f;I ,tr. and Mrs. C. E. Johnson ol Circuit Court tail Courty. to."make your home a "goodneighbor.

Ashford Ala. |' week to her home In Jeannette Pa. are visiting Mr I By N. C. 8TERRETT. D. 'j
Princeton from Jackson MemorialHospital !, C (May It IS ID. June 8. IS. IIU 1 1I 1I
Mica Bessie Canady arrived:' where the had received I,i TAX DEED I
medical treament. 'I File 14171i
Tuesday night from her home in ____ IMra. \i Nollre la hereby uten that Kalllwlck Turner's Funeral Home I
of of Homwstead
Inc. bolder aulvnn City
Cobb town, Ca, to visit her|
Tn> Certificate nunbrrrd HiBft.dated '
Ida left Sat '
Eichenberger -
brother-in-law and titter, Mr. arid the ash day of Drrrm""' ". A. D. IM7.kaa tl-HR AMBVLANCE SERVICE'Lady
urday to visit In Orlando. Hot I filed Mid certificate In my off ... and I! I' Y-
Mr T. T. Bowen. Attendant
|I Springs and California. She will baa made pirattiin! for a tax deed. to
I*"* thereon In accordance with Phone 564-K Homestead. Flat | 1
4 i also visit her ton, Charles} who. Bald crrtlflrale rmbrei-M the '. ft.lad';; I
Mr. and Mn. D. R. Snyder and I Itons Is In the navy air corps stationed :scribed Florida property to wit, illualrd In Dade County II I YELLOW

will leave Tuesday for at Jacksonville.Geo. Lot li Black s. Fread'a Addis No I.
I For results Leader- Never ate next to red, yellow, dark
Galneivllle where Mr Snyder will I In the City of Horaeatead County xf use .
Yellow kills dark
lade, II".te of Florida grey. eey
attend the summer session of the Fogle of Naranja has beenIn The ._.m..t of Mid property under% Enterprise Classified Ads only favors yellow itself. 1 his alaq .
J University of Florida. the James Archer Smith Ho.- means don't paint grey if your
1 Ii: neighbor paints yellow.
pltal since Monday receiving'
Mr. and Mrs W. J Groth of1: treatment for an Infected hand. I WHITEIf
Chicago are upending several II I all adjacent homes are In Po! M!]

weeks with Mr. and Mn. A. G. Mr. and Mri M. L. Rhoades who I I and your neighbor's Is whit larger dratf
Raab at their home West Plum- repeat. It emphasizes the ;
spent the winter in Homestead
I and belittles the smaller. If all an,
mer drive. Mr. Croth Is a cousin left last week for Hanover Pa. white, keep yours white too. One ,
c) Mr Raab. In color Is just as offensive.
Edward Kirby, Elwin Cooper! RED

Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Meter will and Herbert Booth have returned] Avoid red If your rtdclibors' hr/asee

leave tomorrow for Nashville from Gainesville where they were are green or yellow. If many others
where they will attend aummer students at University of Florida. j on the street are red use red too u,
school at Peabody Institute. Mr. ne odd colored house will not complement
Bleier will receive hit Master of I Mr. and Mrs. Geo. M. Frick and I Mean Guaranteed Used Cars the others.

Arts degree and Mrs. Bleier. her daughter, Mitt Virginia, returnedthis BROWN

library of science drgree. They week from DeLand where i! Your house In brown Is safe in all
will return late In August. Miss Frick received her diploma eases. Of course the trim should be
from Stetson University. I 1940 CHEVROLET TUDOR-Local owner; low carefully considered.I Repeating the!
trim of your neighbors horns la
Mr. and Mn. Robert M. Armstrong NOTICE or APPI.irTioN FOR mileage; perfect condition. particularly offensive.
of Chicago are visiting this TAX DEED

week at the home of' Mr. Arm- U .keivbr lilt awn I4IKSNolle that Halllwkk.tne .\ 1939 FORD COUPE-Recovered ; black finish. GREEN '
strong'i parents, Mr. and Mn. H. holder M aaalinee of City of Hum. Watch out for a<33 c-nt rcj houses
The charm of Is not to be an-',
steed Tat Certificates numbered loss and green
J. Armstrong, in Redland. 1071. dated the led ifey of June A. D.I I 1937 FORD 60 TUDOR-Trunk; one owner; drrestlrnated. It Is bcamiful when '
1919 has KM. Mid MtllrlcaM tn mr surrounded by "Aspen" r-r ether .
fire. and hat made application for a 'u clean.
Mr. and Mn. Cecil Lee entertained -, deed to beue thereon In accordance "Ilklaw. light green trees or foliage. i
over the week-end Miss bid eertlUcetee i emb-aee the follow I IIn ) TV: ;

Frances Mofford and Mist Edith'I County* dwrlbed, .....property. la will. situated to D.d.1 1937 WILLYS COUPE-Economical. Tan Is safe everywhere except rag
Llghtfoot of Hollywood and Mrs., Let 10. aleck I. freed Addllkil No. rich ian j
I In the City of Homeelead. County of ot:1: I .o yellow. Yellow gives even
Lee't brothen, Neil and Bud Hate of FlorMa .. embraced In 1936 FORD COUPE-Good tires; seat coders. a greyed effect. Exterior r
Brady of Fort Lauderdale. rate No. ,oa.'. The > nmnH C..III'I houses should always appear freshly -) ,
I property under the Mid eertlficate when rustic tfftc* '
1935 PONTIAC 6 SEDAN-Excellant painted even
WH In the name of Unknowe1x4 : shape. : ;
Mr. and Mrs. Chat. Sellan will I. aleck .. Freed Addition No. it called for.
In the City of Homeateed. County of 1Ia.
leave tomorrow for a vacation In Blate of HnrMa, as _........ In ('... 11'1 1934 PONTIAC 8 SEDAN-Good
.. ..
New York City. rate No. 10701. The somem eat of
I property wider the Mid certificate leanedWM '

Irving Losner returned home UnlfM In the Mid name certificates of Unknown' .hall .be redeemed , 1934 FORD TUDOR-At the right 'price. r 1
Meordlnl to tam tat deed will
last week from Baton Rouge La, hew thereon on the 17lh day of Juno, 1
1934 FORDOR-Good rubber. FREE71a
A. D. 1041Dated |
where he completed a premedicalcourt
this lllk day of Mar A I>. III.
at Louisiana State Unlverilty. I.I.. LEATHERUAN. |I II

Mr. Loaner who finishedthe I I Clerk'Dew of Circuit' CnurtCtrcult '.. Bird Chevrolet Co.Oldest

four-year course in three,, Court Ink I
ay N. C. STERRE'rr. D.
years, will enter the medical ,II.I.. II. 10. Jaw .. I" 11".1 I
II Chevrolet Dealer en Florida East Toast

rsrerDav- 'Y6r a I nomettead. Florida Telephone 98 !

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Price IU.00 Ye.rl,. or 'I.CO a Month. : \ Brooker Lumber Co.. Inc.
Saturday Inuo including "'''III. Section, |2.60 a Y.... Phone 39Homestead
Introductory Offer, 6 limes 2) Ctna. I Lumber, Hardware gun, Doors,
N_ Fla. :
Phone tt Homestead. Fla.
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Lime Now I The administration of the lime this week for Lewisburg. W. V. enU Mr. and Mrs. W. E Mjert
:Uniformly Juicy Expected I
,advertising law U In the hands accompanied' by Mr. and Mrs'I _

Consumer as Result of New Laws lot the Florida citrus commission, II Francis. Freeman and Mrs. Burley Mr. and Mrs. Lester Walkup of
I which body la Instructed to plan Dendy and daughter Jean. ',Miami spent the week-el J I at the
1 ,hand conduct a campaign for commodity of Homestead. ,, home of Mr. and MI**J. S. Caves

). Lakeland, June 5 (Special)iltpection of limes as to maturity I advertising publicity and '
The consuming public now hat i, by determining Juice content by sales promotion to Increase the The W. S. C. S., of the Com- Mrs Ray Cooding returned
I volume certificates of maturity consumption of limes, and It may munity Church met Wednesday front the Kendall hospital' Saturday -
uni'formly '
to expect a -
,every reason I and Issuance of same stamping or contract for any advertising pub- afternoon at the home of Mrs. J. .

Juicy high-quality Florida'''i{marking of juice content on containers licity and sales promotion, ser- W. Freeman. i

(lime, it a result of the adoption'of inspection tax for sime viceThe ,[I Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Vann of

a legislative program for the, !destruction of limes found to be I, Persian or Tahiti lime, The Epworth League of the I South Miami "..t.'re'Hkend

lime industry bringing it under Immature. which the legislation) covers, Is Community Church will entertainthe guests of Mrs. Blanche Uuipnmn
the guidance of the Florida citrus Each lot of limes inspected must 'grown principally In South Florida young people of the community

;commission and the state department contain an average of not less and on the Ridge In the area at the parsonage Friday I Mr. and Mrs Oscar Cloningerand

of agriculture With Governor than 40 per rent Juice by volume, /south of Winter Haven However evening I sons Oscar, Jr, and Ronnie
Holland signature on May and no limes in any lot shall contain there la production to some extent I left Wednesday for Athens. Tenn.
29 two lime bills became law,I less than 35 per cent juice bv In other sections of the state The Rev and Mrs. W. E. Ro- -
'effective that date, and the growing volume In the making of !inspection It grows best on rough lemon well were dinner guests Monday I I I
and the shipping of limes Is' tests, the juice is not to be I stock but also may be worked evening at the home of Mr and I,|I Mr. and Mrs R. Melt and

now being regulated and promotedIn I'I strained but Is to be used as It successfully onto grapefruit or ,I Mrs John Graves In Homestead. :'[children Kenneth Bobbv Dickie
a manner similar to that of the, comet from the extractor. sweet orange trees, regardless of land Patricia Sue and Mrs. Niell's'sister
and tangerine' the stock used. This variety isl I Mill Dorothy Tavloi. left
orange, grapefruit, 'I The owner, manager or opera- I Little Jackie Phillips Is repotted '
,considerably less sensitive to cold I Wednesday for East Rend. N. (
industries tor of each packing house at which ill at the home of her parents Mr
than the Key lime and this I I -
Legislation, consisting of two, It is Intended to pack or prepare f bably has contributed to its poPu-pro- and Mrs. C. S. Phillips I I I Mrs Ed.th Tambljn and daughter -
limes ,for
major laws and their amendments, market or transportation larity and to the expansion of Its Jeredean, and Mrs. C Davno
was submitted to the Florida must register such packing acreage In Florida. The season begins Mrs M. Siherman and grandchildren land'I niece: Genevieve Cline, left

Legislature at the beginning of the, house and Its location shipping I in May and lasts until December Marlon Gloria and Alfred :,'Thursday for Lake Worth.

session by lime, producers with the I point commissioner and post office with the , the heaviest shipment all of Coconut Grove, were:i
the be of agriculture not Saturday visitors in Florida Ronnie Clonlntter visited Mr.
request that program ap bring made l In August and September City.
proved by both houses The lawsin less than ten days before packing with the bulk of the fruit I! I I land Mrs. George Davis uf !Miami
brief, regulate the maturity and or preparing any limes for sale or 'being harvested between June and I Mrs. H. M. Dealer lulled from several days last week

juice content of fruit which is' transportation. In addition to such November This years crop will !Tuesday till Sunday in Key West J j 1
. packed for Interstate shipment registration. he must give the approximate 130000 boxes j' Allen lldstng has taken over

and provides for a fund to be collected I commissioner not lens than seven : The best stage of maturity U J. H. Simmons U reported to be the Florida City Gataile ft1rml'rlyojJenott'd

by a per box assessmentfor ,,:days written notice of the date determined by the general appearance ill at his home here. i by R B. Chandlri
which I
on packing limes will
the advertising and promotionof of the fruit. When the i I -
limes Maturity inspection and I As evidence of payment of the rind has developed! a smoothnessand Mr. and :Mrs Luclo Accurslo and ., Thomas \ainadw pent the
advertising fee Is set at four cents four-cent maturity inspection fee the color becomes a lighter chi:dien. John Josephine and Sam week-end visiting friends in

each per standard packed box of lime stamps will be furnished the ,shade of green, it Is ready to be I left for Everett, Mdss. on Tu:s. Miami.J. .
one 3-5 bushel In all cases only I shipper. and all limes which are 'picked: The Persian or Tahiti I day. I

the Persian or Tahiti variety Is used for canning or processing lime la at its best while still green. l D Climinger and Howard s
specified, others such as the Key or which are prepared in any and Is picked during this stag Miss Bonnie Myeri of Miami Thompson led Monday ID ML

limes are excluded from the legislation | manner for sale. me subject to ''It ranks highly with all other citrus -!spent the week-end with her par Sterling Ky. and Athens Tcnn

the inspection tax Limes which fruit as having a rich enJoy- .. . .
!'rtnM"W.. .___. .. .. ."F ..II'IIrII: ::
upon testing are found to be Immature able acid flavor, is seedless and
The Florida lime Industry, which I may be seized and destroyed heavy with juice. ,
has been growing rapidly In the by a curds fru.t inspector Save 79c to 1.79!

last few years, was suffering some or the sheriff of the county I
of the ills experienced by other I 1 where the fruit Is found Alice Penn; Recedes ''
branches of the citrus Industry I Three College Honors Women'sMexican
When limes are shipped or so:dIn ,
prior to 1935 y/hen operators wentto a closed container the container I

the state ,legislature with a must carry the words: "Average Miss Alice Penny' Redland H gh '

program of much broader scope juice content forty (40%) School graduate. has been elected I II
than that provided for limes Up per cent or more;' and the words: I v'ice-president of next year s sen I
to the present time, the packing Average juice content" together lor class at Michigan Stats College I
and handling'of limes has beenat with the figures of the percentageof at East Lansing Mich. I Huaraches

the option of the Individual juice content shown by the Inspection I She will also be queen of the
Anyone could ship any quality of certificate for maturity water carnival) and will serve on
fruit In any kind of container with covering that lot of limes ,the student council. 198 to Z.98

no Inspection and no regulation of I --.......................................................-........-
, shipment whatever. The trade NOTICR OP APPIICATION i i-.F"L i" D .c T.Y.- valttt, specially
may now expect to receive limes FOR TAX DEED priced at only

of high Juice content, packed and NllIn. hereby File I iilvtit 14 DO that nalllwl I ..m................ ...............-............,...........
graded under state supervision holder '0 ....n.. 01 City .if H..mr-
i (Continued from Page Four) '
stand T.,, .rtm.... nim ibtfdS9KA Easy to step into th ..-you U enjoy
Leaders In the lime industry d.t.d the ash day of PI.. day evening at the Community
their cool freedom! Genuine Mexi
tcmbrr A. D. 1W7 has ffk-4 mid
realizing that Improper marketIng certificate In my offlr*. and IIM mad, Chinch was followed by a quar-
methods on the part of a few application for ui divd In tour. Ihersaccordance terly conference at which District can huarachet. with Cuban or flat jig
In with law hid rt n'f lratmbracra
were Jeopardizing the entire deal the following described |ir..ptrty i Superintendent Tyler presldcd heel. All leather white or natural
Inter- .It...... In Did. County "Iurl". Sizes
have for some time been to wit: color. 31to 8.
ested in statewide organization to, lot I. Block 1. r..rv.nl. In the City I -
conditions -, .f H..m..d. County of Dadc. Slate I Mrs. Boyd Cohorour will leave
Improve marketing generally or Florida
It was felt in these circles, The BMFMment of laid property under
the certificate (Kurd we. in the name ofE.
that some kind of legislation similar ! H. Gallaher. Vnlres ..id wnlfi.'rat. I Save 59c on
.hall .be redeemed serordinr t. law.I .
to that controlling oranges,
,I IX .... th>roa on the 4lh
grapefruit and tangerines, wouldbe ear odr.du lillA D.. 1041Dat4 i Genuine Sum
of further value. Their efforts,'I l thl nth day. of April A. D. HI. OW
E B LEATHERMAN. mer comfort!
resulted in the legislative program Clerk of Circuit Court
which was. submitted to and pass I Circuit Court Oral.Dodo County, Fl rljiIlliy ,

ed by the legislature I :'i':: c. STF.RRE1T D. C. 1,59 "al."tMen's
I I. *. II. tl SO. 1141.1'j
The law prohibits thePersian' ()
sale and transportation of l TAx DEED

or Tahiti limes that are immature: I File 141(3Nolle Spprts Oxfords
la hereby Given that Bailiwick
provides standards of maturity, Ine. holder .. awline of City of H......
provides for the registration and[ I itrad Tax Certificate numbered SMSdated .
the 41 h dar of June A. D. USD
certification of lime shippers in- h.* filed sold rertifirale In mr nfflr*. and 1 The "country club"-a favorite with
I hn wad application for a tax deed ta
I 'law thereon In accordance with law. men . .rywh a r 91 Rubber-soled
NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS ,gild ertlflcal mliraee the following d. e1Jm,22aSDesbile oxford in brown 00
canvas) whit.,
...,..... property. hunted In Dad. CountyMorida. or 1
Notice It hereby rlwi that the annualiwrtlnt bright blue. CooL
to wit lightweight-just
...... Florida
( tile Company i'1 Lot IS. III .;k 4. McClure Manor. Inth
bo held right for boat beach
Bart Co..t; F..II City of Hnme.lMd County of or wear pair
.I Uw office of the company it HonuMiaulHonda. ... .
Dad. a. ol Florida Broken aiies. 6 to 11. Special at
Tuesday' June 10, 1041. .1 S p n : Th _m.nt of ..Id pninert under
for the pum M of lcllnl a aaard of Unrtora I.' the said certificate Issued was In the name
and tniuaeMnanirJl other business I .... .
I'nknown. 1...leM laid 'flo.t. h.llOrk
.. Mr sane before the _In.. \bo redeemed arcordine t. ..... taD dead
G. W. MOODY Pw.loVl.1. will issue thereon .a the 11th day ofJun. Service
A. D. POOLE. Secretary and TrauunrI ., A. D. 1941. is Save 20c! Boys'Tennis
IS M J..... a. 1MII Died this. talk. day II LEATHERMAN..r V... A. D. 1941.F. )tarn fneo.lfdependable . .

of Circuit Court.Dad Oar or-
i County
I[Circuit Court I
Mc Shoes
I May It 1S 1<1. J.n 4. H 1841.1 our Ito

i IbDmD' nei

DOUBLE SECURITY ten eager lo sine m

Before you buy a Home seethe Ton Call oa us act 59colr'

Mil" LJUI, t better-built Houses we orH line:

fer at far ''better prices on i

j IoiT1QS ( much easier terms! A Home of l Reinforced where

this sturdy built type not only needed met 11 I Asturdy
\..\. provides home-shelter security Shop These and
,, .Iong.wear-
for the family. It assures "ON. .f..h1.aN. .
ing tennis hoe of ., s ..
sounder security for your In- 1." .y.- ,
rubber-soUd canra: sloais W.4..y.
61 1 1 (tvestment Blue. SUM 1 to S'i.SEHRB.ROEBUCK. Until I :JOIFridave



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I : u Social Events in South Dade . . I



-- June Meeting of Art Club In ITo

The marriage of Mia Claim mi and her son, David; Mrs. Henry Chamber of Commerce at 7 p. ra. The Homestead Business and meet necessary expenses of

WUlet o< Homestead and Frank Brown of Tlfton, Ca, and her June Meeting" of Episcopal Professional Women Club gave I+the Red.CMS* chapter, till club

Irwln <* High Springs n.., took daughter Paula Jane, and Miss Auxiliary at the home of Mrs. H' a rising vote of thanks to )Ira.f decided that a sense at silvcv
place at 6 o'clock Saturday at the Bertha Willeti of Vidalia Ga. Johnson tees will be given. Mrs. Herbert!

horn of the blrdet mother, :Mrs. The bride, a former Miami girl 3une-e= W. D. Home Monday evening for Kato, chairman of the committee

Ray Darby on N. W. Fiat street, was graduated a year ago from All-dsy meeting of providing quarter for the South I for the first tea on June 20, I
Homestead Art Club st Chamberof
The Rev Ceo H. Ricks, pastor Florida State College for Women Commerce of Commerce building Dade Chapter of the Red Crow chose as co-workers Mrs. Chas.
of the Homestead Presbyterian at Tallahassee where she was a W. Camp Mrs. Henry Buegg
which the club Is tponsoring A
Church performed the ceremony member of Kappa Delta PI, national : I Mr*. Atkins, Mn Cina Stewart
June 10-Meeting of Good-will vote of thanks was given also to
before in improvised altar barked education honorary society and Mn J. F Hammett
Luncheon Club with Mn. Hart Mn Sylvia Atkins, one of the club
with Easter Illlri and palmsThe I During the past year she baa
Adam member, who arranged for and An Invitation In rhyme fl'OlItile
bride wore a street length I I taught in the Fort White schools. supervised the cleaning of the big [ Hialeah B. P. W. C. to an outdoor -
e June II !
of Bow Book
-Meeting I
I Is of Mrs.
bluetint The
frock of the new heavenly I birdegroom a son I
long unused 34 North t was wel-
I room at upper on July
with white accessories and I 'William Erwin of High Springs. :Review Club In Library at 8 p. m. .
Krome avenue, which now houses comed by the club.
gardenia corsage He is connected with the Atlantic June Installation luncheonof i
I the unit Present were: Mn' Roy Chandler
Out of town guests at the wedding coast Line Railroad. Legion Auxiliary in Bamboo
This action followed a detailed Mn Chas Clinton Mr*. Virdl -
IncludedMr and Mn A. O. After a honeymoon trip throughthe I Tl't'I'I1 o'clock.
report 11b1 the two club members -: Lyon, Mrs. Mae Morris, Mrs.
will make their
Cabin state
Jackson and family of Coral they June 13-Meeting of Princeton
who head the new Red Crow Ben Archer. Mrs. Tibbit Mr*.
: Mr*. M G. Snedeker of 1.1:1-: ,I home in High Springs I Home Demonstration Club with
unit Mri B. A. TibblU, its president R'n11'1.. Atkins. Mn Katz
Mrs. A. W. McVickerat 2o clock.
and Mr*. Green Rivet lU Mrs. Ruegg, Mn Camp and Mar
NEW CHAIRMEN CHOSEN BY REDLAND June 10-Benefit covered-dish secretary and treasurer Ann Lee .

I PARENT.TEACHEr: ASSOCIATION HEADSAt I Lodge luncheon bridge a t Avocado

June 16-Garden Club meeting
a meeting of the Redlmd !ID E Bashor: ..tll). Chas. L. with Mrs Chat Pratt on w.1 I OF FAIRCHILD TROPICAL GARDENS II

P T A.. officers Tuesday the following I Ooley: year book. Mn D. R. Snyder Waldin drive.
: summer round-up. Mn W. ,
chairmen were chosen I III. Turner: usual education Clarence June 18-Program meeting of I The South Dade Garden Club Mn Grace Me Ullan Smith Mr.

Cafeteria Mrs Harvey Cou- Gray; program Mn Carl Homestead B. P. W. C. made a tour of the Fairchild Tro- I Henry Ruegg Mrs' Roy Matthews, J

student Wagner: publicity Miss Clara S.-I June 17-Meeting of W. S. C I pical Garden Monday and enjoyed Mrs James McCready. Mr*. Fred
man; aid Mn A. L. I' ,
] a luncheon at Matheion iFucht. Mn Cronvull Mrt Robins
Campbell; bylaws, Mrs Lawrence yen; refreshments Mn C. F. Hen- circles in Sunday school buil 5'1
Scouts Mrt A. L. hammock. i son, Mn Raks and Mrs. Pratt, d
Pope: child study and parent ningtun: Girl June 20-B. P. W. C..

education Mn C. F. Robinson II Campbell: grounds. Mn Ida El- tea for Red Cross benefit from,I Shrub and tree in the garden, a new member .. __ .

; music and band Jams A. chenberger; home economics and 3 till 9 clock. I member noticed were planted in ROOM MOTHERS: ENTERTAIN .
manual training, Mr*. E. S. Jensen family group, and among the .
Rotherham; fine arts Miss Eleanor June 2J-Rotary Ann night at I FIFTH GRADE PUPILS .
Mebaoe; Publications, Mn ; and scrap book, Mn W. H. Rotary Dub most outstanding of the planting '
Ruaaell Mass Kathryn Davit was wa a collection of vine donated Mrs. Chas. Martin and Mn W
Lawrence Pope Founders
; Day, June 24 Dorcaidas I
-Meeting of
L. Neely, room mothers of the firth -
made parliamentarian jy Mn John Semple of CoconutGrow.
Mrs. C. L. Sellers recreation and
with Mrs S. A. Turner
grade of Neva King Cooper ,
physical education, Mn D. R.' Mn L. H. Greer wa reappota- j
July J Meeting of Legion Aux gave a wiener roast Monday eves
Snyder; historian Mn. J. L. ted cafeteria manager.Announcement During a abort business meeting -
diary la Legion hall. Ing at the home of Mrs. Paul
Fletcher; hospitality Mr Frank wa made that following lunch Mrs. J. A. )
for the of
Hathaway library, Mn Mary D. Mrs. Heinleln, Mr*. Henry Ruegg Web and Mrs. Joel J. Robinson clan. pupil f

Nettles; budget and finance, Mn,l and Mn. Campbell will attend DORCAS CLASS MEETS wet appointed to. serve a* a
Ivan Mossr
Present : Mn ;
Hugo Vlhlen; membership. Mr*. the P. T. A Institute In Gainesville AT POLK HOME flower and visiting committee.The were
I Blair
teacher Miss Donnella ,
W H. Turner: room mother, Mn Mn J Lawrence Scott gave a club decided to delay printIng Bobby Hall, Paula Kemp Joy f :

I talk on the work of South Dade the year book until fall. I Peters, Geraldine Shepherd, Beverly <.

O. F. MCINTiRE TO .ATTEND AUDREY GLUE GI\'ES' Chapter of the Red Cross, and It was announced that the next]I I Howell Harvey Dodson, Roland .

ART CUB MEETING TONIGHT SIFTER FOR ClXBAudl'l'1 m.m-I urged member of the Dorcas meeting will be held June 16 atl I Harris, Charles Martin. Don

O F Me I Grafe entertained Clan of the First Baptist Churchof the home of Mr*. Chat Pratt and i ald Neeley, Gene and Joe Reynolds '
art director of
Homestead to sew or knit for that Mn H. O Cronwall and I I Alfred Tomerlin. Joan Conner }
the Miami Kill Kaire Klub at
Doily Newt will meet ben of the abuftf'tt
the project it a meeting of the Mr. Rick will be hoiteuei Winifred Danzey Marian
WIth the home of her j
members of the Homestead supper Jt
I class May 29 at the home of Present were: Mn H. J Derbyshire Nixon Margie Pye Norman June J
Art Club in the Chamber of parents Mr and Mn E. E. Crife
C evening1' South Gardens Friday Jack Polk Mn A. W Jones, :..Iu.E. Latter and Dixie Jean Brunkow i
mrnerce building this In Allapattah Mn'l ,
Mn. Julia Polk gave a !' M Anderson Mn S J Lynn of Kansas City fe ]
.11 i 7 clock. for a session in till evening
"High Culture: In Dixie". ,

life Es: painting..ryone who i. interfiled In,I I were After played tupper and various fortunes games were II R Byrum also gave a reading I IIn. =- m'' .

:\ Julia Polk and Mri' Ja.k I
punting or sketching this summers told. Barbara Jean Grafe gave :
i Polk, 'hostesses, served a refreshment DRUG !
: invited to attend U>* meeting several tap dance number I: course I
An all-day of the clan
meeting Members present were: Patty
will be held in the same place Dawson Irene Cox Rote Marie I The next meeting will be held I f.Jlowad f.

Monday when a WPA art iiutruct Grafe Barbara Jean Super, Patty 'June 28 at the home of Mrs JACK roLK HOWARD JOHNSON

from Miami will be present Robinson Joey tee, Leonara Will- 'A Turner It wit announced S'I rIa. Phones I' and 6111PureMrt r

Visitor and those Interested irkl lams and Alllcf Mae R,*.. !' Others present were: Mn :
II B. Caves .Ira. Susie Proctor :. I
joining In the art work the summer I i
ire Invited to this meeting E. H. Collier Mrs. Bert Andrews,
alto. :Bell. Mill Melba Van Winkle. I Mn. A. D. Smith, Mn G. A. y IJ

Mid Ellen Vann, Miss Dora Scott West Mrs L. A. Wise Mn. T. E. Purttttt J Ij i

,Miss Engle. Mias Turner Miss! Kirby Mn Fred Redd, Mn M. "
Durritt and Miss Pope. L Dawkins and Mn Turner j
Odorless and tasteless. The vitamin content ofNonhabit
Plan for an all-day study course - - -- - --- - - forming a whole cake of ordi-

were made at a meeting of tns mechanical type lax- nary yeast in one tab. !
Y W. A. of the First Baptist Give, let. Economical. con-
Church of Homestead Monday Ifs SIZE venient. pleasant t

night at the home of Miss Noble I II FULL PT. C A woe SIZE Inc
Ruth Pope The meeting will beheld I II

June II at the home of ),in.R. I

E. Edward sponsor ,

A program on illiteracy was I

presented by Mitt Emily Engle, The Bride t =

Miss Mary Jane Turner, and Mis : I II

Mary Lois Durritt. i iI
Present were: Mrs. J. R. Pope I Co

Mn Edwards Miss Catherine wore . I YEAST FIAKIS [ (
I The economical way to
..II'' get the benefits of Combination of mm-
eral oil emulsive and I
One can equals
phenolphthalein. Dom
GLASSES 192 ordinary yeast
Il "a tasting, e4ee.
cakes in vitamin con-

I -T Aeew.N'ral.et* Ellie, HER hair swept. into pompadour, 7ri Hs SIZE 79c'- five Sl.na FULL relief.SIZE IT. Oar oQ C I If

9 made up of ringlets. Deep soft waves ram?? a % I

i in back terminated in clusters of curls. I

!, It was created especially for the veil I Ice Cream Made Fresh Daily in Our Store

r ehe chose . individual, original Be' I

I sure to see us. We'll make
you your
seed sties .es go" iie.Pik SUMMER WINTEROUR =
rases .a- I tlL, Psis, loveliest ,on this Important Day I ij or
pilaw Ie year wvt. Ass awl I PRESCRIPTION SERVICE i'

Dr.B.F.StebWnsDr. : j Phone 269 for Appointment IS YOUR PROTECTION '

I Brlr.g year prescription t* the Rexall I
I Ii Drug Store where a double check guarante"
L. W. Stebbins I accuracy.usxcMBtmrra j

lltl W raster ... MUsdrhenc i J Alice's Beauty Parlor THe k 9 STOIIf s ;. L I


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: IRS. MAE CAMPBELL IS DANCE HOSTESS la mast together for a program Ia

the Sunday school building on the
I, TO REDLAND SENIORS AND JUNIORS third Tuesday of each month. During -

the summer the circles will

Social EventsMRS. I Member of the senior and Junior ., A. Aman, Clyde Chambers Walter -I take turns serving at hostess

I classes of Redland High School Me Vicker. Eaton Anderson, I groups.

and their fri.nd.ere given a I Chas Thompson G. B. Chubb Jr Asa result of an efficiency con-

dance by Mrs MM Campbell and ,I Joe Lyons, Richard Jensen Wilbur: teit the members of the Harmony

her ion. William. at their home on Peeples, Blair Hickson Allen Circle will be honor guests at a

VIRGINIA MOODY IS SURPRISEDBY East Bauer drive after the senior Kirk, Cohen Leggett Billy* Ililson, ; upper Monday night at '.30 oclock '-

FRIENDS ON EIGHTIETH BIRTHDAYMrs class night program David McXamara. A. T. Davis in the Sunday school build-

I Mr and Mrt C. Stephen Wil Jr., Turman Mills, James Lurkey

-- I ton of Miami assisted the hostessIn Leonard Creer Douglas Sweeting IngMiss Either Livingston spoka
ved the
Virginia Moody was surprised during afternoon
The serving cake and punch. Jack Marshall, Jack Hilton. C. on the part the society cart take
Mr. .
and Mnt
guest were
on her eightieth birthday Ball, Robert Rivers. H. A. Croute
I c. Jackson Mr. and Mn Walter The guests Included: Mr and In aiding the local Red Cross sewing -
John Hickson. R. B. Jr.
anniversary Monday by friends Zinker. .
Mrt Howard Kirk. Miss Carol project
Moody and Mn Ceo
I who came to see her at the homeof Fogle, Mn C. O. Wood, Mrs. ClaraVihlen. Lee. Miss lIe Jean Irwin, Miss Henry Dixon. Louis Price Graham The Jennie Lobdell Circle had

her son-in-law and daughter I Mrs. G. Jenkins Mrs Dave Marie Bashor, Miss Madge Thompson McElroy and Jack CampbellROY I charge of a short program In which

Mr and Mrs. Arthur Fogle. In Na- Sa>'en. Mrs. G Grader, Mn Jo, Miss Eloise Alderman Mill Mrs Jason Avery, Mrs A M. Logan -

ranja I Lace, Mrs H. W. Bauen and Miss, Doris Thompson Miss Mary En- MELL IS HONORED Mrs Lloyd Field and Miss

Ice cream and cake were ser Marjorie Fogle gk' Miss Lois Vrana Miss Phyllis BIRTHDAY ANNIVERSARY:
Jensen, Miss Nathalene Griffin Mrs Roy Nell of Florida City I Present were: Mn Harry Pierce,

'I Miss Wanda Sickle. Miss Dorothea entertained Saturday evening at 1Mrs. Virgil Lyon. Mrs H. M.
II CLUB PLANS TO HELP Lyons Miss Dorothy Beh-I pinochle In honor of Mr. Nielli Brown, Mn II L. Brown Mrs

IN VARIOUS NATIONAL DEFENSE WORKS rens, Miss Betty Ann Marshall birthday. Ice Cream and cake were IE. S. Caplinger, Mrs C. D. Eaker

i i Mix Mary Jane Turner Miss Hel- served Lewis Brandenburg, Mn J.

en Pope"MI.. Suzy Leggettrlss The guests were: Mr and Mrs' +JA. Daughterly, Mrs J. A. MeI.Neill -
Various phases of work that the Its drive
starting to secure $300in : John Becker, \!.. and Mn. '
LaN'elle Rogers Miss Marjorie I CljdeN'Icll Mrs. L. C. Dodd. Mn J.
Junior Woman's Club of Home- this Mrs
area Virginia Walton and Mr and Mrs Lester P Anderson, Mn Logan Mss
I Lewis, Miss Lilly Mae Campbell
stead con do for national defense told of the drive .
: Miss Lillian Andrews Miss Jean Walkup I Field Mrs.. Avery. Muses Esther
were discussed at
a meeting of the
Miss Huff '
was appointed to see and Helen Livingston and Miss
Miss '
Eby Miss Rosemary Burke
club' Monday night at the clubhouse if
members can take blood test Elizabeth Craft. Miss Peggy O- I W S. C. S. CIRCLES TO SILLY : Lobdell.
I in Homestead as a preliminary todonating TOGETHER DURING __
Brien, Mm Coleen McVicker, Miss tMMtR
AH members
pl't'lent'olun- b:ood to the Dud Count Marjorie oFosjle Chas Steffanl The circlet of the \\ oman'- So- The Rodlund U. S. C S.U
teered to help sew for the local : blood bank.
Red Cross sewing project after Buddy Undgren, Lewis Vrana cieof Christian Service decided meet at the home of MrH J.

Miss Ellen Huff had'fn{ a report : Five dollars was voted for IiI Raymond Lee. Clyde Swlltev. H Tuesday not to hold mdiv uiu.il Armstrong Wednesday
I brary magazine subscriptions --- meetings during! the xumm bn -
of the work being done. I Mrs Auustus'M soTirr( or APMHATIONion
Mrs Herbert Turner, Red Cross chairman of the Fourth E. J. Pope Mrs L S Fitzhugh, M.TII'E or APPI ATIO'" File TAX KIMNMko MO

chairman for the club reportedon of Julv dance which will be Mrs J. Tom Valin, and four vmt'ori Hilt TAX Dk115 I. krnwjr gives that Path-I .
givenJuly ., ..,
a county meeting she attended File Saw: Inc holder o nMten* of lily f H. '
: 3 in the Chamber of Com- Mrs Martin Frane Mrs Archie H..... h hrrrtrr Steen tint H.lllwlcV .t. J TK OrtlffeMr n u m bend
recentlv Members voted to attend ; merce building t tI Brannon Mn D. W. Vann ln<.. b Id.r .. .suss..f City i.f H.me. I mu dated thed fif./ .J<.',.
first aid and home 'it.Id To% (.rtlf"" numb mlS1WA A D. IMS. knn. jrortlflcnw
nursing ,I Present were: !Mrt F. B. Greene Janet !Mrs Broadhead. dated the firth. day of I.).. In my ..N.... Mid hi- n .dtnppllralloK
claws here when the started ..... for deed U I... Ihr,. .
) are I .. A. O. IM. kn. IM Mil tat w ain
I The club voted Mn L. T. Proctor Mrs Burley Mn Dexter Home was hostess rmlflrnlo 1- or.ad Ku .*- ter......... with I.. ..,.1"I rtr" ,u,
to give ten dollars ,' Den d y. %Irs. Ernest Sherard. i to Circle One of the W M.U. Tuesday I Inpvlfc-oUon for ui Rived b> b., tWtr. i> >III. (omomrM the foil. .,.. _rl..... 1" ,.
to the U. S 0., which is aoeord.... with .... Sold .vrtfksa orty situated In Undo Ctnintt ru...a..
I Mrs R. E. Sherard, Mrs W. B. afternoon Mrs T. D. Pich* II......_ th* fallowlns -.,..... prup- .. wit t
( Caves. Jr Mn Stanley Wlttkop, had charge of the devotional Mrs ... situated I. Dndo Comity llurldt. SIS "' swtl ,'' Rou..d SS ,.'Iof
i I win aM of skis of S I, or Tr. tII
> LEGION AUXILIARY PLANS I \Irt. E. A. Buchanan, Mrs R. J. W. D. Coker spoke on "An Adequate I. Lot I. lock t. formlr In the end at1t of Tract IS, Mlarn I Mnml ,
": INSTALLATION: LUNCHEON I Elliott. Mn Bruce Ennis, Mni Mission Program"; Mn City of H._...... County of Door Lond Do,. Co Souk 111, Township :
. .
state Flaridn. ST th. II. It :Mt loo

Plans for an installation lunch- i i j I Harold Oxford, Mn James L., Annie R. Butler on "Duty ".nuII j I The .:.a.wat of aid ........., HiiaVr City....1.of. II H"sores......mur. >County of ....of, I.D.the...
I'I Bird, Mn Turner Mn Privilege'; and Mrs Horne on eMw.nfk.arued In tk. .,
eon meeting of the local LegionAuxiliary Walton WM nnnM Run. of FI...rl..U.
........ .. .
Howard a. V. .. .
to be held June 12 at i<: Miss Geraldine Reitz and Miss I I Student Work In South Ameri COM ....11 k* rid..nio< ._said 1.* to "I... Tko ._socat at mid morrty mtrr
tko tonlflraw iMOrd In the of
Was noaw
Bamboo Huff ca" MI deed will IOIM tie ..
Tavern were made o. tko 4th
at a Unknown Union MI4 omlfkMM
meeting held Wednesday I Present were: Mrs Julia Polk I"day of Juno. A. D. 1041. hall o. mWnMd _... U low.
night In Dated this
trio day of April. A. D.
I liked will lora. ihn.
Mrs 1 > on on Uw 4Uidny
Legion Hall. Mrs H. Upchurch of \\, M U. CIRCLES HOLD I Mrs Pete Morgan Harry IMl C: I dJ.M.A D, 111

j. Coral Cables.. new fifth diatrlctvlceprealdent THEIR JUNE MEETINGS I Hall Mn Stuart Hall film Catherine Clerk LtATHmMAN of Cinult ton*. IXU4 this ink day of April, A. D,

,. will install Pickard Mn Butler, Mrs. c-.... riarldn 1141 .
4 i. the officers Garment to be made for the Clr sly Court asa1.Dade I LIATHFIIMAMCkrk
Mrs Pich and Mn Home. of Citron Court.
Coker II' N C. aTHRrrr:
Mn Lamar Kendrick reported 1 I Red Cross at sewing a meeting project of were Circle distributed I Mrs. O A. West was hostess tol (may I. S. II 99.0.. |S||.) D. c. Circuit. Court lost Dodo Covaur Florid

t. that seven member and one junior 'I Four of the Woman Missionary I Circle Three at her home Tuesday s..a..a..............,...........,...........................
member had Mn W. B. Caves
J made wreaths for I Union of the First Baptist Church afternoon.

veterans' graves at the home of of Homestead Tuesday afternoonat and Mrs J. Lee Smith had charge S
Mrs. H. H. Ewing on May 20 Th I i the home of Mn J. R. Cham- of the program

workers were: Mrs Fred Redd, bliss Mrt J. Lawrence Scott told I'I Present were: Mrs Jennie Smith, 1

Mn Jesse Goasman. Mrs Philip I lot, the project and gave out the Mrs R. E. Edwards. Mn Smith. I S

Reams, Mn A W. Hutchinson ,!i garments I I Mrs Caves and Mrs West

Mrs. Frank B. Rue Mn Kendrick '
Mn C. E. Saunders entertained -
and I I A program on Helping Where II f
Dorothy Kuhn. Five her home Tuesday
Cricle at
I Help Is Needed-the Negroes was y/r 'eft
Members present at the meeting afternoon Present were: Mrs. : a r/ 1
L. Mrs
presented by Mn A. Wise
were: Mn Edw. Norman. Jr., Mrs. Is. L. Vest Mn M. Craft, MnH !
W T. McConnell and Mn A. L. !
Vim. J. Geronimo Mrs. Ceo D. i E. Redm L Lawrence, I
Brannon. Mn T. E. Kirby con : in.E. !
Ruehle, Mn Joel J. Robinson Mrs Frank Mn C Big-1
ducted the devotionals
Mn Harold Sheffield, Mn HutchInson Others Mrt tV.l I grrs and Mn Saunders !I
present were:
Mn Rue, Mn Kendrickand
Miss B. Myrick. Mrs J. R. Pope MrsInknown ': or AMPUTATION
Ruth Fox Mn E. J. Hall NOTICE The

of Palnesville 0., and Mrs Ben. union Mid MrtlfleaW. .h.nl, FOB I'll. TAX No. IllllNollor DUD sta

jamin Roberta of Dalton, Masswere .. ka redeemed aceordfno to .law. tal dwd U ....., .1 Iron, that Bailiwick
will Issue Ikmon on .... Slk day ..f In*, holder M M.ISMO of Lttr of Him I
guests July A. O. IMlUatod j ad Tax C.ndoat. Nun.b.rd *
title IStk day of )h,. A. D. ISII. 2544 and nll.\. ....... lit alb dy of Da'':
.NOTICE OF APPI E. H LCATHFRMAN comber D., 1527, his flied said sane
TAX DEED Ctorkot Circuit uflr.tas: ray office 404 ha ..d. -- are made
1"7 Dado County 'llcollvn for Ui deed lo WIHU tMnoe :
Ii so.
I Nrfleo, b hereby ,lva that Billlwlrk I Clmilt Court oVal otooroW.Ilk law Raw oirUfltam 1
I I Ins, koMtr a. ..i.. :. of City of Homo. Br N. C c..rt.1 ........ the followlnc doorrlboj pmvoityMiuud I
k < stood T. Cortmrala .......... 4 I dated the 9th day 0' Dee..ber. A. D. 111:7. Lot U, Block |, Bnrorr Addition
' III the City of HontMond. Couaw ai I Ittedo
kM filed Mid nrtlfkato In air "'fflo and sours OF AFFI l<
kM made appllnlion for n lai deed to I' FOR TAX DEED Certificate Stato of No.florid lilt omkrnrod Tko MOOM. I|I IIn i Homes start with the wisp of
- tST **"*' 'In orcordonoi with low File 1441Notlro I a
> ..,//first. embraces the fullovlni d;. b krroby ./... that Balllwlrk MOM of Mid pntporty nilaor the ldomiflooto i

s gibed .' arty, iltunlod U Dior County, 'In*.. kvldrr Tax.. .imiricaw..10... of City. .of..H 0.4.mo.itotd c. O. lL.u'Ward_.. WM U the .:of wish" and grow quickly by way, of

Lot S. block t. T....... Colored 1 I'.*}3. dated tko fourth day of Juno Lot S. Sleek (. B.d.vard: AMItlo*. hopes and plant facts and fig
Town Addl..... In the city of H..... A. D. IMl kn filed laid In the city of "_..4. County of ,
"rod. County of Did.. Bate of '....111.... In ., offtro. and km wade I...... But of Flnnoo. u OBbmrod In
Fkw 'application for tai deed lo ...... .10._ Onirtroto No. SIM Tho moot s urea- into the practical stage. i iThat's
.JWMiM.ni.rt of MM. Seder I In accordance with I... Said .."1,..... of Mid property ono.r She Mid ..or.tirirolo .
... nrtlflnu croporty 'embraces tKo fullowlna described prop- Issued wu In UM MB of V..
Jko. .. 1I. ...hoed said was oortKlcnto In the rims.kill any situated In D.... County. FkirUnU ..-.. where we come in e ei
. k. rodormod : : writ Lot U Stork t Royal Palo' Ad
will .*". .".nmrdlnt'.... Oa the to hw Still UI day doH of Lot I. Block II. Town of H, no.ItMd. d".... In the City of MooMMoxi.County .
J..... A. D. IP/l. In the City of Homoiload.County of fodo. SUM of Flortdo M We'll guide home ideas
Vessel this 11.10 day rot M.,. A D. 1141. of Door. Slot of rk>rtdi. embraced I* Certificate No IT1IATho . your

f L H LCATHLRMANCkrk of limit Court, ,:, Tko certificate nMounwal, blued of WM Mid In property the nanw nndrtIho ofUnknown. 'oVr tko-.Mid.. -u of...Mid issued prooorly WM : along practical lines . tell you

Union Mid orrtlfb I Ik* MM of Unknown.
i cit.. .. court a..; Dade Cw""ir' J'IowidII.j,rate hall kr rrdomwd aroordlai to low j jtal UnloM, MM oortUlcoto Shan ... ro.ttmmtt .I ? how you can use jour "rent
runes to low. tal d .d .w
t By H. C. RTERRETr deed will b>uo Ikoroon on tko 4ti
0 Hv 14. la. M. JI% .. II. Ut'.1 D. C. Say of Joe.. A. D. IMl 1 Anew theeees i on the ..k day of Juno ? money" to build a modern small
r Doted that ink day of April. A. D.. 'A' D. IMl '
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR I IMl Dazed Into trtk day W April, A. ft. home on the FHA Plan advise
I Clerk d C..1t c..rt.Do. C LEATIIRkUN )
'I I Nonce 4 hereby File d..n Sins that c-.,. Florida. clock of Clroall Court.CUroM you about new materials . sOur
!r Tne* kjoldir MIIMIVIIOO : = jl Cheap. C.s.t seal.a I Cowl MalL ,
Drnlnon Tai rortlflrnlo nuMkondu7i! M C. tTERRETISUy D. c:. by H. C. ITrUETT. D. C.i
od tow ark day of Anna. A D ISta. L .. IS. tS: W. 1M1. (slqe.la n. ailINL !ft.a1 ideas and advice are free
kao fllod MM orrtirinto In ., ." ... and ;' t
I koa .ndo ooohrotloo for n MI dood to I I) So call us now'-before you're
J ra inoroon tn Inw.
* aitlna b.su..d.s.efollowing ,do. ;! ready to build that little hone

.- anaP..ty1 akwad Is Dade County. I Your hair Is your III
of dreams _
Lou. I* nod II, Rlork .. PTM '. your
Add... PlatOak .. Page III.... I "t i :
+ need ConMy ea.. PI A CROWNING GLORY
t Florida. I :
Too Mimnunt of Mid. H..UF as"
M lOW MTUf knu saw WM In tko some, Your hair deserve the best of :

ilaahja'GLASSES w to ear*. Flattering permanents asV I I
Dt. Leonard AV.
I summer prices. FRANK L. SKILL, Owner =

I ......... N IN a._ I,; Mae Morris Beauty Shop ! Hardware, Lumber and Building Material

Flowma M4 ........ soNaC HeoseiteatL Fla. Pave M7-J' f
.. .. '- IlL. ...... ,.., I $ / t Homestead, Fla. Phone let.'. I f
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TAX Pile PEED lltll I i N..ucII hereby TAX File DIED IUM news that Then la hereby TAX File .DEED I42UNolle lea that BalllwtrlInr CLASSIFIED? ) ADSRATE

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Ik.TWdonuuruMjnr dories Halley holder u -.... of ., holder u aaila-ne*, of Ch UIt } I
holder M Mlimea offlu.ber.d I I.f'I Huaneewad Tax Crtlftcatea I NulnbarJ I H mMUd Tai oeruflcar No-: 't'l
Hrfnmttxl Tn Certlflr.ti. 1171 and lit dated the 4th day at 4.,. dated the-atb'dey of J...; A. t1M7 .

lal. 1741. 17... 71t. '771.! June. A. D. I MX. ku filed MM tertlflrataa ku filed Mid Certiflc.le la will : First Insertion 10i a line, subsequent Insertion
1771 '1"1. sat. IM 11"4. IM7 1214" In aiy office and HM made >pK'lcatlon office and has mad appHeatkHt. for
for tai deed U issue there.. tax died II lots. thermal to ........._ 5t a Un*
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Member 1017 has filed. saw rate embrace the folluwln aVecrlbHpnioerty -- -
/ offlco and hu nailapplleatloa I i situated la Dad County leads (.ou.... 'Iorid. to.wll t FOR KENT
Certificate my FOR SALE rroprcai plants dS
for tao deed !. Woe tkeren. ''Florida. to-wh I Lot II. Block <. Lincoln Park Ad- I.
.. accordance with law Said Ortlf Lot II. Adams Addn. In the Cityof I II dllk.a In the City of Hmie>teod. rut trees and tropicai fruit Useason >
of Dad State of rlorldaTba .
County .
*./m embrace the following described; Plummeted. County of Dade, FOR RENT Furniihfd S Jungle Grove RedUtwJ
I : of Mid cottage ; .
property situated! In Dad County Floraa State of Florida, aa embraced In aaMMment property ui ,
lo-wit ; I Certificate No. 1171. The a.-eeu.aient des the of Certificate Issued wu In the blocks from ocean on Miami :I road and Plummet Urlvt
mm Unknown Unless Paid Cortll
Lot 4, Block I. Commerce Addn.. MM Certificate Mid property....... wa under In the the ..... shall be redeemed _."lIne to Beach. it (20 a mo 2 bedrooms, ; -
la the City of Homestead County I .law. tax deed will t..ue therool on the SLOANSLOANS
along of Mr Winifred .
Rurale. living room kitchen bath will
Dale. *tau of Florida. .. embraced Lot Mh day of July A. D. 1941. ,
tl Adama Addn In
In Crtlflct No. 1761. Th anna of H..mntead. County of. Dade the B City.ate I Diud this Ird day of June, A. D. I shower jiice yard. Will suit ;2 I
of Mid under the
went property of .i..i... a embraced In Certlfl IMI I 4 TO BUILD. MODERNIZE,
MM Orttflcau instead wu la the E. B. LEATHLRMANClerk couplet or pcraoni Apply 10
memo af Unknown. I old rot. property No. 1171 under The the assessment Mid Certlfl.of i if Circuit Co :... \I Mrs Lois E. Trrpte 8821 Fron- REPAIR Residential Grove
Lot I. Block I. CMMMHM Addn. Dad rkjrlni I
I. the City of Homeitead County I rat* bailed wu In the manse of Us.known. I Circuit Court Seal County I de Av .. or phone (2441 Surf and Business Property

al Dade. State of Florida .. embraced I Unless. mid Certificates shall ho sow 'lt'I C. BTF.RRRIT. D. C. Bide Miami Beach (pJ8) From $30 to $9,000-from 6 mo. toI
In Certificate No 1762. Th. (Juno a. 11, July 4, Kill (
..rordins I to '1. tell deed will I 5 years
:. the mia MM...n'Certificate of Mid Named property wu In under tile :i .. :thrr on on the : day of July I FOR INo Down Payment-No Red Tape
A. 1941. NOTICE OP APPLICATION FOR RENT-Small house completely
same of Unknown I Datd this Sid dy of I u... A. D I : SMALL MONTHLY PAYMENTS
Commerce Addn
Lot <. Block I. furnished Phone 509-J.
In the City af'H.one.ted. Countyof ,118f1. I'I'I i rile 1407 I$200 for 36 mo.-Repay $6.39 mo.
E. B I I
LFATHERHAN Notice to The. jn6-tf
hereby liven that
Dade state of Florida. a. emkneed
In Certificate No. 761. Thameeament I, Clerk nf circuit Court.Dade dorm llalley, holder u aulin of City $500 for 36 mo.-Rrpa> 515.97 mo.

of Mid property leader County Florida of Homwtwd rs4Certlfkotw Numbered $1500 for 60 mo.-Repay $3250
Circuit Court SPA and two bedroom -
true Mid Certificate issued wa laU I 110011 and 1/,0.8., dated the 8rd day of
..... of Unkaown By N. C. BTERRETT D. I/un.. A. D. IMI. has filed Mid lertlflcatea .. apartments, electrical: mo. ,
June S. IS, 211 17. July 4. IDtll C'j In Ask for FREE Estimates
Commerce Addn. my
In 447 th* City! Block of Hnmwtead t. County ofDado I I l'4arcanl.nce tan 1..n: to h.t.:: equipped; fully furnished: Without Obligation

state of Florida. af embraced NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR with law Said Certlfi-: clean: reasonable! rent; five
In Certificate No. J7S4 The ... TAX DEED new embrace the fillowln deerrhrproperty LOANS can be secured to ModernIze -
ee einent of Mid property under th* I rile No. 64177 situated ID Dada County. tlurlda .. minutes drive to Homestead on and Repair LEASED OR

Mid Certificate Laud wee In the Notice U hereby liven that Bailiwick. to-wltl( I I Federal Highway: comer Bin
.... i Lot.. Block T. Boulevard Addlllnn MORTGAGED PropcityWe .
name of Unknown Inc. holder M aniline of City of H 1
Lot ho"cr. "' 4' Commerce Adda., tend Tai Certificates numbered 6079. In Ih* City of HomealeadCounty j cayne drive at Modello Eve also have F.H.A. LOANS for
In of Homritrad Countyf I allIS, Sill. 1744 4770 (771, and 77t: of Dade. Stale nf Horid.. "I Colliru (J6tf
Dade State : embraced dated the 4th day of June. A. D. 111* .. embraced In Certificate No I New Homes. payable monthlyover
r In / : The bull tiled sold certificates, In ny off/ce.nd 1012 Th. aiaeaiinenl nf uld prop I 20-25 ears.
I >
issued FOR RENT 3-bedroom 2-b.th
ny under the MUI Onlflcit .
maws.turns of Paid property under has mad application for a con deed to
tha Mid Certificate issued .., inC / lei,M Merton In accordance with law was In the name of Unknown. house; unfurnished. Nice loca. Let us supply your BUILDING
i: the ..... of H. A Cameron I Bald certificate err.br.ce the following .... Lot I. Block 7. Boulevard AddltlJ I' NEEDS. Prompt Serv ce.
t Lot t. Block 4. 'Commerce Addnhi .. ...bed property. ........ In Dad County I. the City of HomealeadCunty tion J. R. Erooki ( m6-tf:)
the City of Hnmeitead Countyof Florda to wilt .t Dad*. state of rlorMaai BROOKER LUMBER: TO

Dade Stale of Florida. .. embraced Lot II. Block I. '_d'. Addn No. I. embraced In Certificate No., FOR RENT-Residence in FloridaCity Phone 62 Homestead Fla. e
No. 1771 The 10011 The aMemnenl of paid property
In Certificate In the City of Homeetead County of Dade I _
assignment of Mid property under I State of Fl..rlda. ai embraced In Certlfl tinder the Mid Certificate I*. 3 bedrooms, fireplace electric -
the Md Certificate luued was In cat. No H>". The assessment of Mid sued was In the nam of Unknown I hot and cold IISCEI.LANEOUS
Unless Mid Certificate shall b* redeemed stove running
the Dome of UnknownLot property under the aid certificate laiueilwaa .
17. Hall Addn. In the In the name of Unknown I accordlni lo lw. tan deed will I water, two bathrooms; reasonable -
City of Homeetead County of flaila Lot 14. Horn'. Addn.. In the City ol issue thereon) on the lIb day of July rent. Leader-Enter-
Rate of Florida. .. embraced In H..m..d. County of Dade State of .' A. D. 141 Apply Avocado Lodge
Certificate No. 1201 The eel*... Id.. as embraced In Certificate No. Dated this Ird day of June. A. D. lilt ''I prise.
eat of Mid property under the Mid The assessment of mid property under 10"1 E. B LFATHrRMAN REDLAND RD. and Biscayne dr.

Certificate blued wu In the nama sold certificate Issued pea in the name Clerk of Circuit Court, Dinners luncheons: rooms withor
Dad Florida
County. FOR
of Unknown Unknown
Lot 10. Hall. Addition In the Lot 47. Hornet Addn. In the City afH Circuit Court BealBy I i I without meals. Phone 584-W.

City of Hnmeetcad County of fade ."meitead. County of Dade. State of FI.... I N. C. STFFRr.TT DIjun e (mie-30)
State of Florida aa embraced In Ida. ai embraced In Certlficat. N.. (lit I. II. '0. 17 July 4. mil HOUSEHOLD GOODS for sale-
Certificate No. 1202 The aeweament The ._...onl of mid property under I

t .f Mid property under the Mid Mid certificate leiued was In the name NOTICE OP APPLICATION FOR I(I Twin beds complete with mattresses QUILTS LAUND HED. 25c each.
Cortin.... loud eras In the name Unknown th.I' TAX DEED: and
springs: mahogany
cl Unknown Lot 11 M.L.ln'. Adoln.I In the City File Hi.'H Blankets double or ngli. and

Lot I* Hall Addition In the me.tead. County ..f Dade. State Notice ll hereby mitten that Thrulorn. drawer filing cabinet: English bedspreads same price Mr..
City of Homestead County of Fl.de Florida a> embraced In Certificate No Billey holder at auhrnee of City tea and other furnishings
r Slaw of Florida aa embraced In 1164. The aeeewment of Mid property under .f Homestead Tax Certificates Numbered wagon Keitt Jackson 115 S. W. 2nd st.Homestead .
y Ccnlfirat No 12(1 Th. anew. the lad certificate untied .., In the 6920 and 6629. dated the 4th day of Can be seen at Citizens Bank I ( mlfl-tf)
lent of Mid property under the said name .f l'nknnwn Juno. A. D. IMS has filed Mid CertifIrate Bldg for next ten da *. Gertrude I
Lot 41 MrLan'o Ail In.. In the City of )
Certificate issued wu In the namaat / In my office and has made apOllcltl
Unknown H..d. County ..f Dade State of Flnr ..n for tax deed to issue thereon Breslau Fuller. jn6-tf. IF you want to sell y, ui' grove,

Lot 10 Halli .Addition. In the Id.. ai embraced In Certificate No 4770 In arrordinre with I... Said CrrtiU. with J. K. () 214 llal-
/ I I list It urn,
uf laid under the
Homettead' The aie inent property
City of County Pade. pate enbr.m the following '"
Plat of Florida. .i embraced I.I In sold certificate Issued was In the name of property, situated in Dade County: Flintdo. : FOR SALE 6.room house on lot I c> on Arcade; Phone 2-2463Hue .

Certificate No 8204 The aneeenrnt Unkno.n. to-wlt : 50 x 130 ft fronting Kromvc.
Lot 47, McLain'. Addle I In the city ofHomestead. fiospt.tsvailini." .
of Mid property Under the said Lot 7. Block <. Diamond larkIn .
Cert rirat* liaued was In the name County of Duels.i state nf Flor the City of H..meMeid. Countyof I Newly painted and renovated I I (
01 Unk.o" Ion. a. embraced In Certificate No Dade Slate of .1u'ld. i. embraced .
$2 000 cash Addicts Box
Lot 21 Hall I Addition In he The ._....n. of mid property In Certlflrat N.. .'2'. Th. pm30)a
"Pity of Homestead. County of Hade. Paid certificate liiixd was In the ....771'j assessment of Mid property under Leader-Enterpme. WANTEDGIRL :
I, Slat of Florida u embraced In. Unknown. the Mid Certificate tamed was In A132'1 I
I Certificate No. 12f>7 Tha ....... Lot 411 M.L.ln'. AMn In the CI' the name of Mr. C N. Walker (
Homestead County of I ade. R'... of Diamond THREE BEDROOM :
went of Mid property under the Mid Lot I. Block I. Park
Certificate Laud was In the named Id.. .. embraced In Certificate N*. 4772.1 I In the City of Homwt.ad Countyif I Homestead Living dining WANTED to )leai t I la a

Unknown The aueeement of said property Dad. State c.f Florda .. embraced waitress Good itniu \LI .ition
Lot l<. Hall Addition In the .id certificate (mud line in the name ofInknown In Certificate No. 820.. Th. kitchen bath plenty of large

flue, of Hoineatead County rf Dade. ..._...nt ,f paid property under I clods. hot water. Lower half Attractive position Itr, neat,
State of Florida .. embraced. lit Unless Mid certificate shall he redeemed. thr Mid Centrical/ Issued was In I lens:ble g;..1. Ilumboo Tnvcrn
Certificate No 1108. The .._.. According to law tax deed will issue thorn I the name of Unknown ,l poured concrete balance bmg -
went of Hid property under th*,Mid on on the 17th day of June A. n 1K41 Unless sold Certificates shall be r*. : ( l p.m 30)
: Six lou fruit
ei. fami trees
fert rirat. Laud WM In the Balm Dated this II.h day of01.... A. n 1041 deemed according to law tax deed w.II I g y
of Unknown E. H, IEATHFRMAS, Issue therein on the well day of July U OO. Terms Eleanor Froicher I WANT first mortgage lout on
Lot 26. Hall. Addl Inn. In the Clerk. nf Circuit Court A. D. mil
City of Homestead County of Pale, Dad County. rl."rlda. Dated this Ird day at June. A. 1>. Phone S26-J colored income propertv Florida -

Stan of Fl..rlda. ai embraced In Circuit Court Bra 1.41 Clt>.. Addreas J. Can 801
Certificate Na 120' The aweeenent By N. C. BTERRFTT D C 1 E. B LFATHFRMAN
of Mid properly under the said Miy K 21 K June .. II. mil Clerk of C reult Co"rt, FOR SALE-Living room furniture Olympia! Eldg Miami ( ,mi-18)

Ortflc.te blued wu In the name l Dad County. Florida I bedsteads, chars. and refrigerator II
at Unknown NOTICE OF APPLICATION fOR : Circuit Court Beal TUTORING WANTED high
Lot !.. Haiti Addition In the TAX DEED / By N. C. ITERRFTT D. C. Apply 622 S. Krome

City of Homertead County of Dale Chapter 457-Aet.. af IMS ,ijune .. II. to. 17 July 4. If4ll Ave. after S evenings ( prrSO) school and grade school subjects.
B,ate of Fl..,r.da. ai embraced In File 10-474. I Mrs H J. Armitronj A. 0,
Certificate No. 1210. The Maea* I I Notice la hervhy liven that Japan SAvery I NOTICE OP APPIICATION FOR
Mont of .Id property under the sold holder of Cute and County Tax TAX I FFUFie PAPAYAS 5c a pound. Mrs Ke tt riummcr drive and Country

Certificate Issued was In the name Certificate Noa IS41 to4*. :.4'A.'Dd a' 'M I Jackson 115 S. W. 2nd stHomeiteud .. I Club rosd
i of Unknown M45, Issued the lit day of Au. NOTICE IB HFRrBY GIVEN I
Lot 27 Hall. Addition In thr 1VJI2. boo filed lame In my office and Ballwlrk; Inr. holder a. ailance t'lt.[; ml6-U I
City of Hom....... County of Oadr made application.rd' a tax deed to I City of Homestead Tax Certificate CLEAN RAGS WANTED Wit
state of Florda al eirbraced- h* Issued thereon certificates emrrace
dot advwtiiing
Numbered 6692 4H and
exchange subscription or >
Oertlflrate No 1211. The au**>. the following described property in the tth day of June. A. D 1021. has FOR SALE-Lot 36 Block 2,
meat of said property under the said the County tf lade. State nf Florida. to I filed Mid Certificate In my office. sad Pone de Leon, Homestead Fla. for duo rail; Leader
Certificate Issued WM In the named wit t
has made application for tax died. 4 0 Entirpr
Unknown Lots I to U. Block 5. rln.bu..I.. I Issue thereon in .....d.... with law This is soutneatt corner and avery
Lot I. Hirda Addn. In the .ubdn.. Plot Book I. Paso 111. in the I ad Certificate embrace the follows
City of Rntneetead County of Mile. Countof Dade Plate of Forld.. a. em.br.reel described property, situated In Da. desirable lot J. M. Kllng, Plot 1I"k I. P... I',. In U.. ( nly nf
. Bate of Florida. u embraced in Cei in Certificate No 6142 The assets. County Florida. K-wlt : P. O. Box 82. Deerfield) Beach o.d.. Suu. .1 '1....01.. .. c raced In
silicate No. 1211 The ....-.m..1 meet mid property under the said ear.Ufrat. I Lot IS Block I. I.Inc.,In Park errUtaat. Nu Ries. The s--r..n.p.t ..I
of Mid property under the aid Crrtifl ; I..led was in the name of R. APs I In the City of Hnmotced County nf Fla. mlt-j6) ) ad Property under the mot "."' Iflcat*

tat lulled WM In the name of +d.. I Dade Mate of Fl..rda. .> embracedIn \ leiurd was In UK name of U, H- A Nlch
Unknown Iced I' Block q. Finehant. a wbdn Cert f Irate Nn 4a'2. The ..... SALE-5-acre Persian Time 04.
Lot 7. Koaarda Addn.. In the Plat Book 1. Pl'e Iol.;; 'n the C;:;::1ln' meat of iiid proper under the FOR Lou I" I 0 II. Block I. I'" ....irat. a
City of Home-lead County of Padr. Dade. rut of ai .. mid. Certificate boned was I. the grove, S years od: now In full nbdn. Pat Book I. Pare 17; In the
state of Florida aa embraced In Car I Cert'".... No. M41 The .._.....t of name of Unknown 2 miles I lounly of Dade Bat nf Fbo'e, .- room
"".... No. 1214 The aaue.ur.entof Mid property under the said, certificate Lot IS. Block I, Lincoln Park In bloom. No buildings. only i braced |t. C.rllflcale No ere: The _
mid property under the MM Crrtifl Laud wu In the name of B. R. Anderion the City of Home.te.d County of from bank $2.200 cash- ....m..t of Paid property u,,d>, the Mid
.at* uwud WM In the name of Lot 11 Block f.. Plnehunt ".KJ- Dade. State of '..Id.. aa embracedIn C-A-S-H. Do not( ask for ttrmi .....ftr... !..... use In the n" c nf R. A.

Unknown Certificate.. ..... The assessment I I P..I..
Lot S. Hoaardi Addn, In the NOTICE OF APP !r.nON FOR TAX of Mid property under the mid. Trees need some fertilization. Unless said eertlf.cut.. ihlll ho ...n>em.4acenrdlnl
City of H.m.*..... County of Dadr lIED Certificate Wood was In the asset, of for ti law the pruper, deerr'k.4
But of Florida. M embraced In eerUflcate > File 14211 Unknown I but you will never get more therein wll be mid! to the hi.'. -, bidder

No. (ill The assessment Notice U hereby clean that Bailiwick I Begin at a point 110' E. of BWf your money. It it a give-away at Mr Court Home door on the flee l M...
of Mid property under the mid Crrtifl tne. holder ai a.nynw of En.ml.dres r. of soy of owes nf NEST of day In the month nf July. It41. which I*
i Phone
cat tuned WM I I. the name of Drainage Tax Certificate numbered" 61106. awl N too. thence NEly alone at 12.200. H. A. Cameron the 7th day of July '..41.I .
Unknown laud the 4th day of Aucuit A D 1920ha I run a radio of 41011 a dl.tanr 72, Homestead. Florida. (alltf) Dated that lath day of May A. D. 1141.E .
Lot t Howard Addn. In th* filed aid certificate In ny office and I nf 4(0 Bore or Ice to Eat line of B. LEATHEKVMNClerk .
City of flomeautad County of Dnde. hu made application for tax deed to Itraethereon WSy of ... .. of NEto > ., B014.tMnss I of Circuit Court
State of Florida. u embraced In cer.tlflcate In accordance with law BaldMrtlflcat B to 51 C..... of W1w ..fBWta Nonet or APPLICATION FOR TAX Dad County Florida.
No. 1211 Th. _m.M embrace the fnllowint ... of NE14. of 'WI4. theme W / DEED Circuit Court teal
of MM property under the Mid Cnll scribed property iHuated In Dad. County. ruv. cnnuming n A..... more FiU I By N. C nTtRRETT D. C.
Mt. luued was In the nan.* of FIo.da. 1ft wit : .. IM. and beina" a part of BH of Motto U lumber Ellen that Balll..ie.la .. Hay U tl, m Jane I. IMI ,
Unknown Lot I. Black T. Plnehnnt Addn. I Wt. of V. S of NE" of BWW. In Bee- *.. holder aa nationals, of Tows of R......
Lot 10 Honrd Add... In the Plat Book I. Par 177. located In f id* lion II Township 17 South Ratlae MEut Lund Tai Cenlntes Numbered MH and
City of Hoe....*... County of Dude I County But of Florida. In the City.of Hom........ County \ 11. dated the Ird day ot De.e.b.r. A.'D I NOTICE or APPIICATIOV
flat of Florida aa embracing la Or.Uficate The assessment of Mid property under of Dade But of Florida. u enbraced IMI. ka* filed sold. mrtlflroua" la any I FOR TAX IIPBO
No. 1217 The a.ieiement ISM MM certificate. blued wu "In the name In Certificate No. 1144 Th office and ka nod applicant* for tat file 14060 ..,
of said property under UK Mid CertlflMt :of Inknown InleM. mid certificate .hall .__nt of M"d properly under deed U .... tkereoa la ........... w,tk I Notes I Ie kereliy tritium thai Bailiwick.Inc. .
Wood wu In the na.i. of i be redeemed accord n a to law Ul deed the Mid Certificate luuedth pea In low, Said eertlftrate nbrae. the fol. ., ...,..... u aaiianea of Cm .f H,Ma.lead *-
Unknown twill IMU thereon oa the 14th day of June, Retooled Dodo Tn Certricat n ,r-h.r.d
nan. of J, D. ReddLnleu I .ln lnl described prt'perty. IH
Lot 11 H_"'i Addn.. hi the A. D.. 141 Mid Certificate ihlll W re.leenud County stated Florida. t.. wit 244T dated the fifth .., of> Ue.rembrr .
City of Homertad County of Dade. I Dated ink 10th d.. of Mae loTI. 1141t .. aeeordlni to law Ua deed will U4 as. black. 4. Llneola. Park Add.Uoa. A. D 1 embraced la Cer R LE 10TH IUtlUN. certificate hi Were. and .ka* a>ad
flat of FlorMa. u t MU* thereon on the rth day of July In la* Towel of Ho u olead. Cooaty of my *
I.f..... No. Ull Th. augment Clerk of Circuit Court. A D. IMI, ,,1>ad.. Stale of Florida aa .. ._ hiCertificate appllcatln for las ded to brie th.r..n
of Mid property under th* Mid Certlll Dad County Florida. 'hoed Phil. Ird day of June. A. U No. MO The Maemnt *f la arrordanra with low Bald eortlfleaMemkrace
cot Wood wu I* tile nan of I Circuit Court BealNotice 194L (aid property .*ties the aid cert,lot. tha foil..wine dew,tod pmp.ny .
Unknown IT )/. C. STIRRETT. D. C. It E. B LF.ATHERMAN \ bound ..* la tk. a aa>* of Ruaaall Slr..l.. shunted In bade Coon ly Florida.
Lot 14 Roo."'-. .... ... In the (May t2. 10. June .. n. 10. IHII Clerk o< Circuit Court.DuAmeCovaty l U fill
City of Hoo a *ad. County of Dad. FlorHUiJune I Let I* Book 4, LI..... Perk Add,tloa. Lot I Block I. Borer B Mlvfclnn,
Seem of Florida" u ....._... In Certlfleat NOTICE OP APPLICATION FOR TAX Circuit Court tool I Ile the false of 11.-.... Cluster oft In tk. City of HnmeeUad. C<.,.ty Off
No. 12111 Th auMument By N C. InRRnT. D. c. >ad. ..... of Florida. M ...b._ InCertlflcau I Cad*. State of Florida
of MM property under th* Mid Certlfl. File 64220 ( a. 11. 1C. 27 July .. 11411 )/.. SI1 The lueamwiit of Th _menl of sold Pro .." tinder
rat blued WM .. tile MUM of la hereby seem that BailiwickIn I Amid property under the Amid certificate the eeniflc.t ...... wa In II.. Mm* ntUakawn
Unknown. *.. holder u aMianee of Citv nf Rome.Itead I Wed pea la the same ft4 EjJU BIB Inleu Amid Mrtlflat
Under RAW CerHflcatr* shell he re.deenod Tai Certificate Numbered till date the MM ....11I<..* blued wu In the aaiwif shall k* redeewiod (caned n. to taw

according to law tax deed will' M IK* 4'h day' of June A. I> 1MIhu Inknown UnW. ** Mid renlfkat 41-41 j: Laleea Amid eertlf Irate, lhall be redeemed tax deed will hex ,h.4o the 2.4
an* thereon oa tile Hh day of July filed Amid certificate In ny office and 'be rida._ teordlnt to law Ul I.....rdI., to la*. Ua deed ."I laau they day of July. A. D. III!.
A. D 1ML hu ..... application for ua/derd to how \ will Hue theme on th* 141k. day.of Juo,, n nn. the 84th day W June A. O. IMIDMd Dat4 this ink day of April, i. I>,

Stated them Ira day of Juno, A. D. Charles In accordance with law laidjertiflcat *' D.;, 1041.Dstd of Mar A T till 11 lath day nf May A. 0 141. '*".
1 41. embrace, the following de.criWd this Kith day L B. LEAlHtRMAM. t P tFATHmVAVClerk .
E. I LtATflERHAN: .__. violated hi Dad CeantyIWIW E. B LEATHERN AN Cloth of Cnwt Court of C/rcf Court
of Clrealt Court. I
Chicle court, YkwMx. wits Clerk Dade Cemnlr Fir.da.Clml. thvi Cour.4'. riuelda.ClRj.'t .
D"..c.g:4-V. Plo.l... W. :: ft. d Left BhrkfPlnetiint. Dad County Fknda Cowl Seal C., n Bealy

C....... Contra giant Dad..ltate off Horjiertead, Circuit Court sealBr M. C. IntllltT. p. fiMar .:J BY N, a. ITEUETT. D. C., N C ITmRETT* l>' a

By N. c. .nIIU'IT.: I). C.II. ., I County aearuwieM of af Mid) property Florida.Th .Aware U 10. ;Juno 4. n. aJ>. lull ,lib, U. 141. June *. it 11, 11411 (Kay Si. t 4. II, ... tact)
... .. It $4. n. I. I. 1541) *


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abilities and also by geographical Livingston said. He pointed out, Green Lettuce Times _
U. S. 0. DRIVEContinued I 40 1
locations, will be followed by..- I Ij .I also that several times last win I
abilities, by assignment ter when labor grew scarce, several ,.
( from Page One) j f1eh person to some i I toads of'farm laborers were Richer in Vitamin ANot t tI

munity to a camp of more than specific service unit. I brought over fl"l1the lake region I .

20,000 soldiers. Amusement and Should such an assignment be 1 I to help with the crops.' ) ; long age home gardenerstook
recreation facilities as well II opportunities distasteful the person has a right "1ft both instances, mileage! and pride In their ability to grow
forhe right ioclal to decline as the registration time would be saved", the chamber tight heading lettuce. This was a
contact are naturally lacking andthe blank's oath Is that the signer will!I secretary said, "and the real test of skill In hot-summer
trucks would avoid the congested I sections, requiring the sowing of
men on their days off havenothing faithfully perform such services as
seeds Indoors@, setting then out In
: tq do but pace the side- he may accept. In signing the registration -,,outskirts of the metropolitan Miami early spring; and constant watering
walks and perhaps drift Into undesirable I form, however, the Individual area." 1! and feeding In order to mature -s I
ways of whiling away Is expected to accept some' heads before summer lent the
their leisure time. form of voluntary service, Mr. : LIBRARY GIVEN plants up to seed.
i But the knowledge of vitamins
I as
Lummus out.ANNOUNCE. '
"And II per cent of the boys pointed
Increases tight-heading littuce is
In camp are of the finest type of I I I (Continued From Page One) : now seldom sought by home ,....
Americana. We must show them |I I denen. The reason Is two-fold.
;.sidewalks of New York" She succeeded .
that we care enough to do enough For one thing, authorities on vitamins
; In speaking to a mob In the vitamin contentof
to keep them that 1---1
way. ,,Wall street that had booed down green and bleached lettuce
Mayor Tom Harris Introduced I nil other speakers sent to electioneer leaves as follows: Green 4,000 International
Homestead and its Immediatevicinity
in units of Vitamin A, 25
Mrs Fuller to the audience in I for Roosevelt.
will be in of Bl, 200 of C, and 71 micrograms
Legion where she spoke for
; elusive of the aqueduct construc.1 Recently she became assistant I of Vitamin O (riboflavin). White
ten minutes preceding the awardof I I tion contract, which In chief of the department of assistance bleached), 100 International units
the weekly Thursday afternoon total (3,000,000, according to es of the state of Pennsylvania, of Vitamin A. 29 of Blind 48
Appreciation Day Prize of the I timates. but she has been loaned for the micrograms of :Vitamin a (rlbo-
Homestead Retail merchants as flavlnJ.I I
I duration of the national defense
sociation. She spoke by arrangement Gearing and grubbing of the'runways to In speaking I In addition to having forty times
with officers of the association 'I of the airport, now in I emergency engage 1 as much Vitamin A as the bleached
and writing on various leaves of head lettuce lettuce !
progress under contract with Wm. I I green
who art P. J. Franklin, i
J phases! of defense information and leaves are the only kind realbowl !
president; Howard Johnson, vice. Winters It Co., will be completedby Iceberg Lettuce Produces AbuadastGreen
promotion-the latest of which Is salad enthusiasts will use.
president; James Wollam, secre i July ;. I the campaign of the United Service I They consider tight bleached heads Leaves IB Qalck Time.be
tary-treasurer; and W. W. Allan, I The colored workers camp, site I Organizations ror'Defense. i ito be lacking In flavor, and poor worked. It Is better to thin
80-acre tract at I II mediums for spreading the dellI out the that develop
Appreciation Day master of cere of which Is an plants so they can
Mrs. Fuller will leave today on I
which, of
cious dressing course, is
monies. drive and Tallahassee I well though some gardenersdo
Campbell her return to Washington. While the soul of a bowl salad. not thin but allow leaf lettuce
The Redland District was I road will contain 198 family here at the To produce green lettuce leaves, plants to grow In a crowded row
ded into areas for canvassing divl-j units. The white camp, to be constructed e's: It off however It is not necessary to on the theory that the leaves ar.t
teams assigned as fallows at on a 73-acre site at the,I Longview mad.RED. grow ]leaf lettuce. In most of the smaller and more tender that way. ,
mittee meetings early this week: corner of Avocado drive and the United States head lettuce varieties Cos lettuce should be sown at
Federal highway: will contain 1781 sown In the open as soon as the the same time since it matures
Homestead canvassers are: j' epnrc soil can be prepared show small later and while it resists summer
units. I
Area 1-C. J. Parman, Mrs. Adrian II tendency to make tight heads but heat it must make growth before I
s Jacobs, Mrs. Virginia Walton, I produce an abundant crop of crisp the hot spell ponies. The eos and
Howard Johnson. TARGET HURLER i iI 2 to 5 every' day next week, and and tender leaves. Iceberg, the head lettuce must be thinned or
I variety which In the south and west transplanted, to sis Inches apart)
Area, 2-Mrs. Fronk Irwin, Mrs. instructors and Inspectors for the makes the tight heads of commerce, In the row. i
Max Losner, Mrs. Ivan Moser. I sewing, knitting and crocheting will elsewhere. produce loose clusters All good lettuce must grow fast |I
Area 3-Mrs. Stella Harper and 'I (Continued From Page One) are being lined up." of green tender leaves in quick If It stands still the leaves will )
Mrs. Julian Webster. I'I put the gun down to retrieve the Mrs. W. D. Home U providing time. It stands hot weather better become bitter. It requires plentyof
,bottle himself, and the gun went rent-free headquarters for the than most leaf varieties. water, and a dose of plant food I) '
Area 4 Russell Allen
Horn and
,off u It was let to the ground. have Leaf and eon lettuce the latter will help speed growth. f
Net I i had after chapter. The city firemen often called romaine, are preferredby When cos lettuce begins to make i
Herman already ,
Area S-Mrs. Adrian Jacobs,I: gone helped by moving heavy furni many gardeners. Coo lettuce Is a ronette of slender leaves, they !
Mrs. Ansel Barrow, Mrs. Virginia I the bottle and Ova saw him lying ture. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. FollIard often bleached by tlelng Us upright ran be tied together and bleached,, !,
Walton I in i the grass. are permitting the chapter to use leaves together for a week before if you with. Be sure the leaves are ;
Area (-Mrs. Keith Foulk and I He (thought Herman was "play- 38 of their chairs and' five of their harvesting; but If you want all the dry when you tie them up. >!
vitamins salads can supply: forget AH lettuces tend to ge-to Seed Inw7arher I
Mu Pearl WhJtaker. Ing possum" but Herman wasn't.Blood tablet !
the bleaching but a crop off ]
Area 7-Mrs. James L. Bird and ,I came from the bullet wound : Mrs. Tibbits and Mrs. Green' Sow your favorite variety of lettuce .. '. and coa lettuce can be I,.
Miss Mary Bradley. ,,in back of Herman's right ear and Rives, secretary and treasurer, just u soon as the grcuri tee fall salads.
Florida City: Edward Stiling, ,from his mouth and nose, too. Ova I have been devoting most of their I

Mrs. Joe Torcise, Paul Haley,I carried him as far sa he could time: the project.
Mrs. Flora D. Myers. back toward Mowry road, then I J. Frank Umphrey who

Redland.: Mrs. Mason Roberts, went to the Gulf Refining office I formerly' lived In Homestead has
Mrs. Sylvia Atkins, Harley R. 'and L. A. Young telephoned for a I volunteered to cut out garments
Core, S. J. Lynch. Turner ambulance Herman died for the chapter during her stay
Naranja:; John M. Brown. I before the ambulance reached the of a few weeks In the city. Does Your Car Have Any

Princeton: George Cooper and hospital, however. Mrs. Laura HeUieringlon who
A. W. McVicker. I The verdict of the coroner's Jury has an apartment in Mrs TlbbiU' I

Goulds, Peters, Pernne: Walter'was "an unavoidable accident"Herman home at 504 North Krome avenue
Peterson, W. C. Roberta, Jake I ' who waa born In Alma'i has volunteered to take any Of These Faults? 1

Brooks, Jack Peters. Ga., is the son of Elsie I telephone messages for the Red
Homestead. His mother is dead. Cross or to summon Mrs. Tibbits.

I Besides his father he U survivedby I Her telephone number is 240. 7
REGISTRATIONContinued three brothers Emory Eugene

and Vernon. The family came to DR.M.A.BERGERDentist
( From Page One) Homestead two yean ago.
en until 5 p. m this afternoon i Turner Funeral Home will send Lacks Power and Speed

During the week thousands of I the body of the boy to Jessup Gs.,
men, women and children have j today for burial Hard to Start
placed at the disposal of the Defense I
Council of Dade County their Office Hours 8:30-1:30 Uses Too Much Gas

services during leisure time. j WOULDEXTEND ,
The next step according to J. Open EveaJan by voUtaeat Vibrates or runs rough?

N. Lummus, Jr. chairman of the i I (Continued From Page One)
First National Bank Sluggish and No Pep?
division of labor and personnel, the shortest route-then north
who has been directing the county through Hialeah to Road 28 which I
registration,' will be the classification .. meanders back west almost: Building

of the forms that have been other 12 miles. Thus the
motor-I .
filled outWhen ist goes 24 miles out of his
Arc You
this Is completed, defense The proposed cut-off would pro Suffering

leaden In each community will vide a more direct route for produce Drive into our garage and have the engine
know where and to whom to turn trucks which would be more'
for definite forms of service as likely to come to Homestead toget I
the occasion may demand. This a pay load U the supply hap- SCIENTIFICALLY TESTED with our new SUN

classification which will be by pened to be short at the lake, Mr.: a

.. -'" . MOTOR TESTER and see for yourself what is

Let Us Auto-Sway Your .1 VISA needed to put it in first class operating condition.

Squeaks Away 11 "MTir1113

) Preston B. Bird Motor Co.


Spainy "'aa. Prep.tlagler benefits Chiropractic
ATS. A Mewrf 8t Heomiea. Fla. Spine Adjustment offers,
I4-ROVR SERVICE PHONE till In easing pain and suffering,

Many others, who sought Chi
ropractic's relief finally, freely
confess they wish only that theyhad
GET fOUR STATEDriver's : come earlier. It each

I that you delay coming, b ringsy Have a few Used Beds
further .ufferine-why delay
LicenseAT I HOURS .

9:39NIll88.4:241a68Tuesdays Single and Double

: .:11 te Ml I to (:!'

JUSTICE OF THE PEACE OFFICE Sundays by A'stntsnent

IN HOMESTEAD Dr. R. J. Elliot Smith-Graves Furniture Co.

MeCrery Arcade Phone 248-J HometseatlPage
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