Title: The leader-enterprise
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Title: The leader-enterprise
Uniform Title: leader-enterprise
Leader-enterprise (Homestead, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Leader enterprise
Physical Description: 11 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: South Dade Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Homestead, Fla.
Homestead Fla
Publication Date: June 13, 1941
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 19, no. 45 (Nov. 6, 1931)-v. 29, no. 2 (Jan. 10, 1941) = v. 9, no. 21-
General Note: Ben Archer, editor.
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Bibliographic ID: UF00087294
Volume ID: VID00494
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33835104
alephbibnum - 002057831
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Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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NoL 30-No. 23 Homestead, Florida, June 13, 1941 Price: 5 Cent





Navy to Build Own 'Pump Station,







: Aqueduct Specifications Reveal



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Camp Construction SlatedTo PIPE LINE PLANS RECEIVED




.. Start Here Next Week I WEDNESDAY BY LIEUTENANTINCHARGEOFCONSTRUCTION

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WHAT TilE U. S. 0.8 JOB WILL BE

MARTIN IS LOWALSO$265,000 By RUSSELL KAY

IN "TOO LATE TOO CLASSIFY"
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During the past few years alphabetical agencies hap. REDLANDS' ROCK Bids to Be Opened July 2
; pened to us so fast that even the, most ardent "new : and Completion Slated
dealer" had trouble trying to remember all of them, let in Six Months
alone keep track of what they were doing.In BASE SEEN NEEDOFBIGBOMBERS

ON WHITE JOB view of this fact you may have formed the opinion CITY LOW BIDDER ON

that the."U. S. 0." is just another one of these governmental FURNISHING POWER
letter societies and decided not to worry about

Combined Payroll of Two It. Attention of the; secretary<< of Line to Begin at Florida

Housing Projects to To set you right "U. S. 0." is NOT a governmentalagency. war and Uniited States army engineers City, End at Naval Sta-
: Be $2,500 baily The "U. S." doesn't stand for "United States", will be called to the fact Ion in Key West
I and the "0" doesn't stand .for "Of.fJcal"! The letters that heavy bombers such ti tht
it on* which! rtd down In the
"U. S. 0. stand for "United Service Oria Uatio
LOCAL LABOR TO BE -an Plan and specifications for thelay"
asphalt paving of an airport run
independent civic effort to do a mighty big and mighty
GIVEN PREFERENCE war la another part of the country of the Florida Keys aqueduct
x important job that needs to be done right now, here .
several days ago, would not were received Wednesday
l> Total of SOO-Men to Be Your Uncle Sam has had his hands plenty full forHhe encounter thl*'dangtr '6n' 'run by Lieut W. L. Sawyer, naval
Completion last few months getting a million or more young men ways built on high pine land of officer in charge of construction -
Employed ; into camps throughout the country and training them the Rtdland DUUict
\ Due Jan. 1 1942 The Redland District Chamber on the project Copies werereceived
r. for national defense. The hours are long, the work is
of Commerce voted Monday night about the saint time by
hard the regulations strict and the pay poor. But these
J. Victor Martin bf Miami who to have Secretary A. R. Living I prospective bidden, who must
men have answered their country's call and they are
was low bidder on construction stop write letter tohI.. effectto 'make their estimates before Jul)
I t cf the negro agricultural workers not whining or bellyaching about it. the United States army engineering 12 when bids on the $3,00001)0
. (f camp here, also made the But when the cross-country march is over, when the office at Miami Beach project will be opened at the
/ lowest bid for the construction of planes are grounded, the artillery is muzzled and the and Jacksonville and to the ..- bureau of yards and docks U
the white camp, to be built at tanks are in the shed, there are hours allowed for rest retary of war at Washington The S. navy department In W.sh.II'
t Avocado drive and Tennessee and recreation.Now step wa taken at the suggestionof lon
r road, it Wit found when the bids Gordon Key, superintendent Specifications call for completion -
)- on the construction of the latter a large percentage of the boys in our army (Continued on Page Twelve) of the aqueduct from a
I wert opened last Friday afternoon camps today find themselves away from home for the "point near Florida City" to the
I In Washington. first time in their lives. And some of them are a mighty naval station at Key West within
The Martin bid on the South l long way from home. They get a day or an evening off USO DRIVE HERE 180 day, or six months. The p.;>e-
Dade Agricultural Workers Camp and they are lost. They-have nowhere to go. Their friendsare line 1* to be laid underground on
(Continues on Pact Two) all back home. They used to be able to "go over toBill' land, attached to the side, of
house" or there'd be a party at Mabel's, or danceat I GOES OVER TOPENDSSATURDAY bridge and viaducts under the
the clubhouse.' There was always something to do, projecting: highway floor >nd
CITY'S GREATESTDOLLAR some place to go, friends', companionship, fun. submerged to. tea bottom al'
movable spans.At
Towns and cities in the neighborhood of our great I the 60-foot high Bahia 11 da

DAY SETYIOOAILGROUP military camps, while able to meet the normal demandsof The Redland District, with a bridge the 18-inch pipe Mill not
their own populations for spiritual, recreation and
be attached under the highs ay
of $500 U d
quota in the S.
campaign
welfare need have found themselves totally unable to f '
hat already railed ISJ2IS floor but Kill be attached at the
with the of meeting such needs of thous- I I Three
cope problem and the local drive will not end (Continued on Page
ands of young men who have swarmed in from nearby until Saturday night 1
The biggest cll""Wtlde dollar camps. j'
I "There are many people our
flay In Homestead's history has That is where the U. S. 0. comes in. For the U. S. 0. ,canvasser have not been able to OLD ALUMINUM

been planned for Thursday, June (Continued on Page Two) I see yet, as the solicitors are all
{(..by the Homestead Retail Mer-!I voluntary workers and if most DEPOSITORY IS
chants Association. Mrs. Rheney and Sister cases can devote only spare time
CHANDLER OFF to solicitation said James Sot.tile .
The date was set at a dinner: Injured in Car Collision Sr., local chairman. "V> AT FIRE STATIONA
meeting held Monday, night Ink I want everyone to have a chanceto
CITRUS BOARD Mrs. W. E. of Home
Folliard's Restaurant to mark the Rheney give to this fund that Is to I
.teld. and her sister, Mr*. W. L.Shackltford provide a wholesome social environment depository for cast-off .:u-
start of a membership drive that ATOM REQUEST I of West Palm Beach, for our soldiers and I minum war will be placed In
will end with another dinner on
June 30.Members. were Injured Monday evening sailor Therefore, those who have the front of the tot station, on
admitted Monday when the car Mrs. Rheney wa* not been contacted can bring any I the ground floor of the Homestead
sight brought the membership of Left off the Florida Citrus driving collided with one driven mount they wish to give to the city hall under the aponaorsr.lp ,
the merchant association to more Commission at his own request, $:T a negro on the Federal highway headquarters of the committee, of the Woman's Club of Homestead
than forty.President. I after serving a* a member for six at Hollywood.Mrs. and it will be gratefully] accepted." It was announced yesterday -
P. X -Franklin, after 1 years and a* chairman for the Shackleford 1* la the hospital Headquarters of the local drive by Mayor Tom Harris and
reading some of the by-laws per- past two year Luther L. Chandler at Hollywood suffering; from are at the offices: of South Dade Mrs. Keith Foulk, president of
taining to membership and alms of Goulds wa notified Wednesday lacerations. bruises and a bro- Farms, Inc., First National Bank the club.
rt the association, outlined a that be had been appointed ken bone In one of her feet. Mrs. Buildiitt. Homestead. "The country need all the aluminum \ -
tentative .rocram (of objectives a colonel on the staff of Governor Rheney 1* at the home of Mr. Of the $55288 clwady turnedin .it can get for the mar.it
for the tint year of the organ. Holland a* a mark of the and Mrs. Paul Robinson, former $347 was railed in Homestead]'acturt of airplane and airplane
g Uon. Among them were: governor's esteem. residents of Homestead suffering $83.It in Florida City, $07 In engines for the national detente,"
Sponsoring a writs of band, John M. Knight of Vero Beach, from bruise, laceration and land $20.50 In Naraoja. Mid Mayor Harris. "Every; pJt,
orchestra and choral programs in formerly a member of the eom- iihock. The Rhtney car was a total I, pan and kettle or other scrap aluminum : -
teflon Park.DecenUon; mission! from. the state at Urge, wreck. 2. Rtdland Boys JoinU. I placed In the box at tie
of street and bus\- hag been reappointed to represent Mrs. Rhtnty bad been to West S. Army Air Corp fir station will go toward h*:>-
mess houses on all holidays and the fifth district, of which Palm Beach to bring: her sister : Ing the country prepare defers
special occasions; Dade County is a part. Two other down to Homestead for a vicit R. B. Ztnk-h.;: scat of Mr. weapons.
Establishment of a credit bureau members were reappointed: TomB. She had reached Hollywood on nd Mr*. R. B. Zinktr of Remand, "I hope that every hO\Alev\ ,'.1.
as a service .f the aaaocla Swann of Wiinter Haven and,I the return trip when the negro and Douglas Sweeting, also ftedland will search among bar discarded
lion tq the merchant; E. Williams of Crescent Dty broke out of the lint of north- enlisted recently in ins kitchenware. for some aluminum
Sponsoring *f periodic elean- The tight MW mm appointed art::I hound tra fro to paa a car and U. S. army air oarp and art stationed [article .b* can contribute! to the
(Continued on Pact Twelve) (Continued on Page Two) ran head-on Into the Rheneycar.. at Baker'. Field Cal. collection..0 ."



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Two THE HOMESTEAD LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday, June 13.1941 i


REDLAND SCOUTSDEMONSTRATE What the U. S. 0. Really Means CAMPS ,+la white week camp later will get under wsy i::\s,

Continued From Page One) \ Completion of the camps I Is"

is comprised of the following agencies; Y. M. C. A., the (Continued from Pile One) required by Jan, 1, 1941. .

1 National Catholic Community Service the Salvation (for negroes) was $269409)( On :I I [

I Army. Y. W. C. A.. National Jewish Welfare Board and the white camp Redland 'Agricultural !- Steady ,

FLAG ETIQUETTE i I the National Tra\elen Aid Association who are pooling Workers Camp, nil bid Two Germans'met Id Paris .and

j I their efforts and plan to maintain and operate clubhouses I was $263000 discussed the city's employment
H. V. Love genera) superintendent '
for service
display where
Roper of and 'I men religious services counsel problem
respect for J. Victor Martin, spent
to the flag was demonstrated to and guidance social events and entertainment, group in Homestead Interviewing "He\* you I good situation''*

the Redland District Lion Clubby activities in dramatics, music and crafts will be provided yesterday tub-contrac ,asked one. '

members of Troop 15, Boy under the leadership of capable men and women especially tor. prospective "Oh", I hlIn excellent Job

Scouts of America! under the direction trained for such work. The combined payroll of the i here w as the reply "I sit on

of Scoutmaster Clarence At these clubhouses the boys will be given an opportunity two camps during construction |I top the Eiffel Tower and watch

Cray, Tuesday night I to meet young men and women of the local com will average $2,500 I day it was, for the English to wave the white

Wilfard Thompson gave a brief I munities in a clean and wholesome atmosphere. They said and there was every Indication -'flag ;
"And the pay-I. it
history of the flag and tracedIts will find any number of interesting and worthwhile activities that local labor would bel I good :
I I "No. admitted the other, "but
development to the present them. Books and will invite Three hundred
awaiting magazines given preference "
Martin Black it's a Job for Lfe. -Ex.
read a selection entitled them in spacious reading and recreation room There men will be employed.

"The Flag Speaks" which I will be desks with stationery available and friendly I Construction on the negro camp
very completely I told what the
will be started next week it was i
flag stands for I folks to help and advise them and see that they "get
stated, and the work on the, t4N.ata.eM
acquainted' and always have somewhere to go and
Milton Pye read a poem, "My ; :
something' to do.
Flag"Following
LEGAL NOTICE
a this the correct methods I Today about the only place open to the off-duty soldieris A J.
Uolfc It hertbr rlvea that I. J. M. '.
of displaying and caring for! a cheap beer hall or noisy jook joint and his ,,welcome Lea CVmnrollet. of the> State i>( Fkrt. ,

the flag were illustrated by Joe e\tn in such places, wears out as soon as his money is da. actinic of by Chapter and pursuant No. H.with 77. the Art.pro.lik.ni of.MS FRIENDLYTiP

Bill DuMond Martin Black and I gone. Companions he picks up in such places don't help do hereby eh. notice to the follow. .
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of
mdltora
Louis Gaby. him or the morale of the nation's military service. I"..* CITIZENS Individual BANK renwnlud Or HOMESTEAD -

At the conclusion of this dem The U. S. O is the answer to this acute problem. The ....'N ., Homestead of Florida that of thirty this I II
after data publication
onstration Mr. Gray led a general : government is providing suitable buildings for thee I notica dividend checks or warrants par '
discussion of flag history and able to them will a* ramelled In aceordaac
clubhouses in those communities near camps and the with the provttkHia of this Act
etiquette In which members of 1:. S, 0. is prepared to man and operate them. 1 ante* tfaow penoaa named In this anon
the club I shell preeent In Parana or by mail I their
displayed a lively Interest Now here is where you and I come in. Our job is to It_....I Certificates. to the office at the
I .......I.nN at Tallahassee. Florida and wY
The following Lions attendedthe provide the funds for equipping, furnishing and maintain II reye swh dt.Ident wwrmnt.J. .

state convention in Jacksonville I ing them. During the next few weeks you will be called M. LEE. Suit Comptroller of Florida

this week: C. L. Ooley. E. upon to contribute toward this worthy cause. It is not Junior. Aldrich Llvk BarnM T K. '

H. Callaher Wm. A. Allan, S. J. "just another" drive. It is much bigger, much more im- I 'fUtrheldrr. A. Brown C. G.. Cash tK>bo. ..Sianlrf..k-e StatkmCoat B onW >.. r

Lynch, Ceo Cooper and Don Tal- I portant that that . It is a major effort in the National Randolph Ca>... >R S Clark W
I H ...... .... "T. N Conn.lh'Mrs
c. deee
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4 botl Defense . It is an for and for me .
I opportunity you I I and Mn Junta r.,.... Okra. Fd.wardi .
Next Tuesday the Homestead I to really DO SOMETHING.r *H. H. t.,... H. H. Items. H. f
I H. twin.: Fit* Fund Florida City PlayGround
Rotary Club will meet with th" James 1. Forts. Maud P. Puller?
Lions Club at the den in Silvei ': Lola Petty Candr 'Haiel GHIof Oak
they will receive "The citrus commission has already -
every co-opera. L Gilbert, Could. rranllle Co.. Annie
I Lion from me;' Mr. Chandler i seized an opportunity to L. Griffith M. T Haean. Thelma Mar
_. 'Mr and Mn Bob Harris >MnEtary
Palm.CHANDLER aald. tell the story of Florida limes Hawkins, Stacy Hawklna Field AitJ

"Mr. Knight was appointed representative i where it can do a lot of good," I L.HtftClara Head >Mn N.1.Hodadon L. Head G; Stanley r

from this district at said he. "We caused it to be told Hone rvmon.lr.llon. Club' *H..ne.tea< I

(Continued From Page One) I my particular suggestion as I and demonstrated before a recent Clear .Factory Homestead. Homestead Envlnerr Credit Ca Home Am.ewtlon .

Judge Wilbur L. Tilden and C.'know he Kill look after our interests convention of (000 retail druggists toad Fire Dept H,unettead GrowtnAun a
." : .' .. J.nnn Ivyo H..rUt.LI..10 81
Walton Rex of Orlando R. M J hnaon. C. A. H. I..n. "Hor""' ''
Clewis Sr, of Tampa and Jeff r;1 Mr. Chandler who led the On such an occasion Mr Lamb Mra Howard Lamb Lamb BraF -. In order lo
L. L'.Uo."I' Inton No 12Sf enjoy jour vacation -
Lake of Wauchula growers; A. movement to have the lime bills Chandler said four or five men ,T. Lo..... deraaeni. *F L. a Lydia MeIllwaa to
S. Herlong Sr.. of Leesburg. G. passed by the legislature which set up a display serve the limes' Lydia Mr iiI..ln. William C" the utmost be
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Me ".1_. Gea N M." -B I sure your car b In
R. Brook of Cocoa. Chu A. Stew-. ended Its sessions last week said i cut and in limeade demonstratehow Mirphy 'Mn Maria NrltonGwlavi per
art of Lakeland and Fred W. DaVis a lime growers advisory com much Juice is obtained from Plrbard. W. B Puihuff >.d W C feet condition. Hell be
T.1. Anna E. RnoadreMr. GrreaRleea
of Lake Wales shippers mittee would be appointed 1 by the ; one fruit and tell the story with :, Royal Palm Poultry Farm '(HearfUWn. glad to check all the I

Mr. Chandler pleaded press pf['governor to assist the citrus commission ; loudspeakers and pictures.Among !i Vlrtlt. Jabn Simmons K. IMmmeu Prur.t, Hard and John Rlmaitna T. necessary details for yon

personal business and distance i in administering the new' the accomplishments of :Propel. James Slmpton. \II. J. S'mpaon and put It I In tint clam
Mr. and "Mra H. A 8nl..... Eo.... f
from here to headquarters of the laws. Since such a committee the commission since he has been \John L. Spencer *Jew StlnaonJ shape. Uell also be glad

commission at Lakeland ((276 would be composed mostly of a member has been the revision J. Strone Olevla Stront. 'i C to furnish you free of

miles) in asking Governor Holland I growers and shippers from thia'I and revampllng of the rules and {Itump T. Fred Taykr, Swanson. 'Don.thr. Ella II. Tlbbl.SwifOmwl charge, road maps for any

not to reappoint him. At the area, he pointed out this section regulations to such satisfaction White Store Church 'Paronar. Fund section of the and I

governort Invitation he will go would have actually more' that at the present time no lawsuits j hr.d.w hit ,.atone.......Sunday. -!II..school.'Caper C N'.IIIIlm White-I. .:. I Information about country weather
to Tallahassee to assist in the representation than ever on the 1 are pending against the''!II. J. .,11I...... Inlfrrd B. Wolff '
"Indicate warrant, fir !_ thin 'i'l.U and road condition.
reorganization of the commission citrus commlsiion. I commission Chandler said .... .. Ijuat 11. Illll :
Governor Holland has selec- Come In today

ted outstanding men in the citrus

Industry for the commission and l


NOTICE or TAX APPLlI"ATlO"DEED FOR Sunday, June 15, is Father's Day!

Flit stilts
Notify to hereby al.." that Balllwfek
I.... buldwr ai anw of City ..f Horn. TO GIVE HIM SPORTINGCOMFORT. .
tttad Tat r.rttflcaiw numbered. 1104111 and
IUTM. dated the Ird dm nf Jut,. A. UIMS
hat flied .. certificate .n nr.1' ,1
II.... and h.. m"'". appllralfea f"r tai .
and to low thereon la
accordant with '
law Said cwrlifkalM ...10...... the f.:1w-;I .
lot d crlt>rd pruirty. ...ualO C.nir Florida to wit: ft'' ,
Lot 1*. Work 1. Frond Addltl N<. I Ihi TIRES
the CHr of fount of Pal we recommend are ultraImportant
m'b: :
Stat of FturMa ia C.rtiti. on a long trip Well
sole No. lOCI' The assessment of wild R
Property under the aM ....tfhoato .blued check the casings and the
wss In the ""M fill e........
Lot I. Slash" I. Frwd Addition No. III Washable Slack Suits tube for your protection.
tht City W H,ianMM4. Cranty of Dad..
slate ... Florida. .. ...b...... la C...,',. ,. 1,till t' y STEERING Is mother Im-
raw N. IDTvl The aurum>nt of wdaroptrty J i
.Dart the Wild tonlfkau law AND portant factor Well lineup
was, III the Mae of UnknownUatata $2.95 $3.95. you front wheels and
said wnlflriui. ....11 b* r..
deemed ace edits, to law. ui deed will adjust the steering gear.
low thrrn* a* the 17tk diy of Jux.I. t7 ''h'lat Can't be beat for lounging, loafing, golfing. .
A. 0. 1941. ifM' MOTOR tarte-op should
Dowd this 11th. day B LEATHtHMAN of 11... A D .141. lvyl wear them comfortably (and with eye appeal) be had before starting on

Clark" at Circuit Court.Daw for leisure a trip. Lit
Out*. Florida every activityear the shirts oar expert

1)) ClmH Court Py Seal:' C. ITERRETT, t>' C. .. in or out of the racks . mix, match or mechanics f. ever your
may IS. 55. S JIIIM S. U. 1041.I motor And have a good
harmonize the colors Choose from crisp, lime a

READ THE WANT-ADS cool' cottons . gabardines, twills, club

J = weaves and others. TEXACO. ONESTOPAnd f'f'WELCH'S

THE ICE PALACE

a I SKATING SESSIONSDAILY
BELTS TIES GARAGE


.. SHIRTS N. Krone Ave. at 4U St.
Ill A.M I:M P.III.-.IIP. M HATS I.
1- shame seats

.. ; TRUNKS SOCKS ':
CLlt/nr-Meswlae. Aflir.ua I
25 Cents _
Ta Km t BATH ROBES GARTERSSUSPENDERS
NEWT. G. BALL

Adults) 40 Cents a ,

..... Ttr*.. M Mac** lataa ,
NOTARY PUBLIC

Spectators 15 Cents

,..... Homestead
now close so W Haberdashery
...awad ore" Fire Insurance and
till ..... S& Pdwaw ....n

Kindred LinesII
ICE HOCKEY Wittkop & Buchanan

Coral CaMoa -"- ...... smash NEXT TO POST OFFICE HOMESTEAD FIA.

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a LOCALS WIN ,5-2 i: the inspectors naval air of station construction at Jacksonville from Five Youths Leave Here I f

C C. Taylor and David For Airplane School I I

Ii' OVER CCC. TEAM Matthews Three more inspec- A Little Bird

tors, Robert Travis, C. E, Schwab Donald S. Ames son of Mr L Ii Iii

and W C. Notes are expected and Mrs. E, A. Ames, of Redland, i Told Us

I GETS ADDITIONSHomestead within a week.Presbyterians. left Saturday for the Anderson I i .

Airplane School at Nashville

, Attend I ____.______________________.____________________.________________m________________
city baseball team Tenn., where he began his training -
defeated the C. C C. boys of Ken- Series of ConferencesThe Monday In modern aircraft: -That Homestead recently make It possible to understand ,

I dall 5 to 2 In a well played game G- 1 appointed colonel got a message I I how the idea of a concentration
Sunday afternoon Rev Ricks, pastor construction. Mr Ames will com I
the Homestead
: on -
from Goulds Wednesday might have originated in '
diamond. of the Homestead Presbyterian plete his training in approximately telling i I camp .
The winner Church. will leave on Tuesday him to "move over." !I some other countries
was never really two months and will be prepared I '
decided until late in the game with four of-the young people ot to accept one of the thousands I -That tl,e loud-mouthed loose
I
the church to attend the St. John'ssenior
when Thomas Homestead hurler of positions now being offered : lipped agitator who goes from ,
conference to be held at
I hit a home run with a couple trained men, according to to store trying to stir up,
the Lakeside Inn in Mount Dora
I.t
f of mates on bases Thomas also Lewis Jones, registrar for the feeling between two local civic
June 17-24
pitched a good game school In the state of Florida organizations Is doing much to-
Those selected to attend the i,I
The
local team is being bolstered
1 Sheridan Miller son of Mrs M
conference are Miss Ila Jean Irwin >
a bit with the arrival of Miss Carol Lee, Blair Hick- Beatrice Miller of Homestead, and I I Wright son of Mr and Mrs i

I Martin Harvey Rue, Fred Vlhlen and I', son and John Kuhn. member of 'the 1941 Homestead|George P. Wright of Redland,

.. fI Bishop Bishop performed ., Miss Dorothy Behrens and High School graduating class, has I ICeo. Grantham son of Mrs Ann
well at second base and Vlhlen I Miss Wanda Sickle are attending enrolled In the school and will I IV. Grantham of Silver Palm and

j, of made the two season hits Rue.In his has Initial been start \ the synods young peoples j begin his training after the first I William Anderson Jr.. of Silver 0

goods conference this week. Joe Hick- of the month Palm. Mr. Wright Mr Granthamand
1
a third baseman '
at Gainesvilleand
Vihlen I I son and Charles Behrens have I Others who have enrolled for Mr Anderson will leave the
has been
1 playing good aircraft latter part of next week for Nashville
ball at Oglethorpe University Just returned from the adult the technical training In I
conference. Tom Hodges will attend construction include George E
t Next
Sunday, the U. S. Navy .! '
i team from Opi Locka will Invade the pioneer conference -

I'' the team both morally and fIR an. which will be held a week later.

"Please come out and support Mr Ricks will act as a counselor

,I clally:' urges Manger Foy Hobbs. at the senior conference
Homestead at 3 o'clock. and the following week he will
teach a course on "The Meaning
of Church Membership" at the
1 AQUEDUCTContinued pioneer conference.
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1912 Auto Tags to Be
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level of the old railway! bed at Orange; and Blue Hue

ordinary bridge height I
Talhhassee June 12 (F\S'
The viaduct will be 128'i
I Florida! utomob.:c tng for n, .
miles long, according to the plans,
will be and blur
| year orange u
which means that the contractor .
I color: orange letter and numeral'
will have to
average laying three-
: on a nary blue background 2.801
fourths mile of pipeline a day' to ,
gallons of punt will be requd'e
complete the job within the
to enamel the ergs
jpeclf.,'d nix months, Lieut. Saw-
yer said.The Florida motorists will be e." 'k c

lieutenant said also that upon to pay more for their tag
next year II the legislature increased -
bids on two more contract would
the cost to all but the
i be received later: one for construction
lightest weight classification Mor
of a pumping station light cars that under the old law

t end another for furnishing and required only a ten dollar tag wit:
'
Installing: machinery and equipment now be required to carry a fleer n A. rr 't ,
This announcement and dollar tag j r
the specification that the
.
will be constructed from a defl.1
I
near Florida City. makes It OPM

I nite that the acqueduct will not

get Its water supply from the t1w Door

,, Homestead municipal water plant.
The city of Homestead made A
two bids In connection with the + rlaaltitii

aqueduct, however: one for furnishing -

water and another for .
furnishing tower to a pumping i 1

station to be built by othera-

and Is said to be low bidder on

furnishing the power. Saturday

With cleansing and priming of June 14, ii Flag
the aqueduct pipe set In opera
tion Wednesday noon Leut: Day. Know what hat mean? It mean

Sawyer Is now assisted In looking WITHIN YOUR GRASP that this day has been let aside to
'tl
after the naxys Interest by two' Health is at -c::
finger-ends
your homage to our Flag and to the things
NOTKI Or ArPLtrtTION roe' If >ou'II but reach for It Today pay :'l8lt

TAX DEED decide to come and learn it stand: for \
rite" < iTo
sass what Chlroprstie offer "
can '
Notts.ib hereby lvm that Ihll'.I.' you.
I..... kc:d.. .. ...1....* of City of H,,m- Do as so many you know have ; tj
.**. Tax C..I"<4I'. timbered H"*. done. -vJA.
decide to find Health
doted the
fen flirt/ ud ...U'k... In "7 offhw. unit here, where so many have attained
kM .. stand for lot than it Im be
Ihmoa In leronliiie with lor It after other health- a more ever
laid, .. ... .. [) ;:.
ral r>Mt the followlnt drrlbxl sources had failed. Inqu'refor f
property situated In Dad Count*. Healths fore. Our sons and brothers and sweethearts -
sake
riorum Lot 11.to wits Block .. MrClan Minor In ; many* of them, are scattered \ ........ r
the City 01 1I""tH4. County of HOURS
1).4.. ..., 01 'Iorld..
I throughout the serving that
country ;
on. seerelmeat at ..14 '_I ends ':11 .. 122to41316 .. I
.
t\a sold ....ltlea.. locoed was In the same Tuesdays: I:3* t. 11, I to IIBandars and its F las FlaR. It be
:
V.k...... Unl.s said ....I'..... .hall : country ;-our may
ae "" ....od _.lIn. to I... tax deed by Appointment I
will Do.. thoa .. tile \Tell day of bitter to us that they should be away from
I.... A. D. 141,
Datd 11I10 11th sip 0' lIa,. A D. Dr. R. J. ElliottMcCrory home, but let us thank God that they are
L I LEATHERMANNle
1912.
.,
Clark ot CI..II eo.
Arcade
County I doing something that will prepare them
Cheek Court ....la Phone 211WHOMESTEAD. '
N C STEIRCTT,FlorI4&.l FLORIDA to protect that home. '
(Mir IS tl, SO I... .. IS \ I

/

As part of a great National Institution -

Have Your Car Checked Before You Gc! this Dank Is proud to exist under

the aegis of the Stars and Stripes. May
i
Ready for the open road* it long centime to, wave ever the head

Woe until four had your. .
of a Free PeoplelThe' !!
tires and lubes checkedfor

air leak Yea ewe t AI/
e
II U yeorsilf to runt

against the dancer that First National Bank

result from faulty tires. rr

Well be glad to check

them for yen free *f Of HomesteadMember

barge, .f courseHOMESTEAD, .
Federal Deposit Insurance CwpenUoaV .

FILLING STATION


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!. De" O tr__________ at lit -"e. T. Harper and family left
l..mrdof c.4 Coontr______ ll.fe
ion the Thursday night train for

it vacation trip to Virginia amii
The ShowBy .
Midnight
i other states,

Annie :Maykew' Fitzpatrick i _"Dr. J. A. Sutton returned

;(Tuesday evening from Chattanooga
At night when t .m wakeful and ,-'
Term., where he attended a
cannot get to sleep
'southern Baptist convention. Dr.
I wrap a quilt around me and Sutton stopped off at Klsslmmee,

quiet Vigil keep ''where he is still seriously constderlng -

Beside an open casement In ml TIEr i locating. . ."
>mpiwded; chaisette )I I
"Mrs. Newt. O. Ball left Wednesday
From where I watch the passing r S on i vacation trip to her

snotty In clear cut silhouette.A ''former home In Fremont Ind.

prowler slinks the path
across
e4 -"J. R. Hickson of Naranja
(is 'poMum or a cuun)
f1MANO5IVAI reports the arrival of a boy at his
A iiit! glides down the Christmas "
in home Wednesday night.
\me that I had meant to prune r\ :;;:.,. on
-"Robert Carter returned Sun
The lOyal pulm.'like velvet black r-- day from Demurest Ca.. wherehe

Shines out against the sky. ( "PLAZATEBDINANDVE has been attending school. His

And on the highway north and brother Fred expects to spend the

south, the motor can glide by. Summer in Maine again."

And there ii music with the show BIRD t4 CITY NAIl. set) "Mrs. Jesse Soper leave this

-list to the whip-poor-will: PENSACOtATlOBtDA week for a visit to Richford and

From near the sweet poUito patch'' other New York points."
-
drift In the mocker's trill. r "Miss Othclla Fuchs will entertain -

t My neighbor whistles to his dog WJlEgE THE at a shower In honor of
they puts his porch light out. M Miss Louise Murphy at her home

A little tree toad plaintively FO&MALOf TIJANrFrq i in the country Friday afternoon."

complains about the drought. FlO /fA F&OM "Mrs. M. R. Crow and two

There's a subtle change in lightIng SPAIN 70 TilE children, Mrs. Emerson Shrader

at the moon mounts In UNITED STATES and child left Thursday night
the iky. mOl 'for Chicago, 111., to visit with relatives -
;
Pt&ATE 041C2 . ."
There Ii grandure and there'llglory I
In the planets swingingby. or WE At& I I"L' S. Palmer left Thursdayof

-- --- last week for his home In Madison -

When Morpheus fails to date me''I I The epochal transfer of Florida from WAR or FRIGATE BIRD. It is a large Fla., after a few days stay
,at the home of his brother-in-law,
I feel no deep regrets I Spain to the United States was observed bird with very long; wings, long, forked tail, ''Dr. J. A. Smith.
For I take the night off to seethe in historic PLAZA FERDINAND VII
short and
legs Webbed feet. Sailing on i "Harrry O. Hall, who has
midnight silhouettes.Checkbook February 18 1821. There are 28 of these
'I motionless been the star pitcher of the To-
I wings for indefinite periods it ;
-t- scattered throughout the city
open squares !mat* Growers hat rented one of
in
delights harrying pelicans cormorants '
Not a Father of Pensacola. ] the Woodbury cottages, and
One of the most interesting tropical birds gull and terns into releasing their prey, brought his wife and two children

"There has ilwayi been criticismof 1, ( found in southern Florida is the MAN 0' which it then catches in the air. here to live. Mr. Hall is employedat (

the young generation," writesJamtt I the Seminole Pharmacy."

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Truslow Adams, noted historian - four-fifths were weeded out before: --- --- -I"A young lady arrived via:

and author In the current i CURRENT they reached second base. Of theremainder 1.I Children in CourtBy the stork route at the home of
sent up-stairs for fur I A. C. Albrecht on Tuesday night.'C. ."
"
Rotarian magazine. "But today i '
I COMMENTBy ther examination i the great majority I Judge r.lcalw, HatfUId W. Little left Friday In
he adds "the situation Is
some failed. Of course for this --.-.-..-----.......-..., (his car for Plant City whence he
what dlrrt..nThe young are as AGNEW PELSKEditor' work the concern sets a high standard I! will proceed' to Manhallville,
vo cntrew LAW
vociferous In criticizing the older the Ga., to work deal T.
but at that figures are ona peach
I................."' ,...,.....,... .__. ......._..
generation" I alarming; in this machine age the I Knowing that the health and I C. Seifert will accompany him a*

It is the fault of the older generation ....."'..to. .ft Notes hie, ..Comm.II,. Walsh....".etee.es whether requirements are for more brain morals of children can become far as Belman. Ca., where he
M I. .._.. less brawn. Are expects to work for Clark and
Adams holds, which has shy with' hi. .,1.10. .ne Add o._at_Variance..ssi.s and we meeting undermined when they roam the "
... them educationally? i streets at night, a judge Horton.
accustomed the younger one to A. W.lth. I" N. & Ii attempted '
expect things on a golden platter. i 1 s Damon Runyon. famous columnist i to arouse public opinion to a i'I "Mrs. Howard Schaff entertained -
Youth ii dissatisfied and expects ; People are wedded to the cua- recognition of this problem. Due i, a number of friends Thursday -
wants a sanity test for all
everything to be provided for It. candidates and office holders. toms of their fathers, hence the to the fact that several Indignant: last at her home on Krome

The generation now older made Great Scott, changing of Thanksgiving day toj mothers reprimanded him for hit i avenue extension in honor of her
are
man you tryIng -
Its ow n way and did without mOlt to destroy' our entire a week earlier did pot meet with, stand on the subject and informed sister, Miss Bessie Hughes of
of the things that youth expects I i mental fabric? govern- popular approval Next year the, him over the telephone that they Louiseville Ky who Is her

to be given without effort i . President will move it up to the Intended to vote for his opponentat ; guest"

Youth insists It could do things'1!' Hitler must regard the Hess old date; would have done so this the ensuing election this judge -"C. E. Schaff of St. Louis
better than age, )"Trotsky led' I year but the calendar printers i{ threw his valor to the winds and 1 and his private secretary, Neil
flight another of !
the Russian revolution at 38; Mus-i as case "gone already had their plates made for,! confined his activities to winning: Phillips arrived here Monday
I goose" he has
sol in! became dictator at 3D; Hitler his No. as 3 appointed Martin as 1941. votes instead of saving children i from St. Louis by auto."

began his revolutionary careerat Borrman. successor one I from the dangers of delinquency.Since "Mrs. C. W. Camp has been

27 wrote 'Meln Kampr at 38, . I At the 15th annual commencement then he has not worked up spending a few days with her
and was In power at 44. These 1 I! I of the University of Miami! sufficient courage to broach the son Paul In Miami. Paul leave
created their '\ Public sentiment seems nearly i 145 Southern subject again to the good peopeof : which
men following among ; were graduated. CoW i ,soon on an extensive trip on
the young," Adams cites. "It b''Jon. balance on the proposition to lolls, Lakeland gad a class of 90. i his district. 'he will ap to Scotland with a
lower the draft age to 18-51 percent { i iI i
they (the older men and women)' friend remaining there some
for and 44 against. .Well it I j
who give youth what opportunIties -, will be lowered or I miss my It's settled now: Walter Winchell!!name" and causing the Sanford time." .
it has. They may not know I I' luess. agrees with me In the opinion that' Herald paragrapher ito remark -"Born on May 30 to Mr. and 1 1I jMrs.

how to run the 'orld-wh does . Hess's flight was to salve his own I She'd better get an Introduction",, S. F. Moffett a boy. who "
-but they ire doing their fun conscience or save his own hide,! the "Berry said "Huh; no needo' has been given the name Robert I
share to help It go on." i The President ls quoted assaying or both. What's the 1I that; they just go out an' pick Maynard. Robert tipped the scalesat

The fundamental lesson of democracy i war preparations would graph? Oh yes;. that 'em as they come most of 'em:; V pounds..
not absorb all and
Adams point out. 1,1 ] unemployment "crack" that this landing fUMter'I green at that and effort It don't, -"Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Batchellor ,
for $88 millions
that duties come ahead ot rights. la.ked congress many In "a melt of a H.. jell w'y they run over to Reno,>''expect to leave Thursday of next x
for relief.
Class distinctions, always bid, are 1 1.t 10. . I . hell around a while an' go back I week for Ohio to spend the summer -

their ailllest when based solely I A lot of Eeast: Coast towns think I with 'nother one mebbe a little' ."

a on age-and today there Is a large! A quarter of a century ago"quad" life Isnt worth living It they do wussur 'n the one they jilt dumped|I"A very enjoyable reception 1

mow to set youth against age. i}I daughters were born to a not have "Beach" attached to their Inter th' ,.'ba.. can." I 1'1\81 given by the W. C. T. U. to '
.
Mr. and Mrs. of Oklahoma., e
Key
. .
It seems to me essential
has
name. Boynton
recently acquired {their friends Friday afternoon, :
that the generations bridge the Would you call them a bunch of, legislative consent to be Florida haa a sort of bifocal!'May 17th in the Baptist Church.

new gulf between them and supplement -i I keys? When one married she known as Boynton Beach.Because law on legal residence. If you>:. . After the program. Mr: f
instead of antagonizeeach : slipped off of one ring into . wish to vote or get into the "crazy i V. J. Carter took the chair andbrought

I other . .'In that endeavor: another. . ; of the strike of 1,000 house" you must have a year's i,{: up the matter of reorganizing ,
the leadership should be retained laborers in the 63 canneries near continual residence but if you are: the Woman's Club. . .
by age," Adams concludes. Is I The vagaries of the weather are Stockton the California asparagus just plumb "nutty" and want a i Mrs. S. A. King was appointed j

e .s foolish to expect youth to guide I about as great'as the fortunes of crop U regarded as doomed; tons divorce W day residence will i temporary chairman and Mrs.

and instruct its 'elcltra as It is to: war. While the northeastern partof of the autcuJenttable are do the work if you can prove It[Ceo. Ransom, secretary. It was ,

turn a university upside down I the U. S. ls burning up with being dumped. War and strikesare I decided to keep these temporary .

and,have the pupils Instruct the, a drouth the famous "dust bowl"I paying (?) propositions. Senator Pepper is being called[ Officers until October when the. 'J
'teachers. But youth will not respect .1 III likely to become a morass from . a variety of names: the "pros":i fiscal year begins. . .'

or follow age Imless it;,excessive rains. When I read to "OP Toot", as denominate him "a brave Ameri -"Rev. E. L Getman leaves for

senses In It both character and wis I . o the neighbors call him. that Item can" and "antls" dub him "the i'Athens.' Term, to attend a tunaI -

dom. Money it not necessarily &I I A concern building war planes I about a movie star telling a re- sU-out-ahort-of-nothlng senator."I mar school them He will be

social benefactor. A mere checkIbook has been having 2,500 applicationsa porter she was going to marry "You pays your money an' you i. gone at least a month." (Florida j
Is not a father." i week for employment; of these again "but I. can't tell you hit takes your choice. I city) ..
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project for public use and ben 'ntlh Green r t

Summary of Legislative ActivityBy fit" with no other limitation on I I f
REDLAND F. F. A. We held a Future Farmer degree ,

I. the amount or the scope of projects By John Laadrim. Reporter ceremony, advancing Ceorza
to be constructed. i I Wingate to Future Farmer degree d

CLYDE J. BASER It 1 I. frankly understood that and presenting him a Futue

florid New Service. Staff Writer one of the first projects to be Thursday night, June 5, we Farmer pin.

Tallahassee, June 12 (FNS)_ solute' possession when property 1 considered by this commission it ,had a party at the home of Mr. I It was decided to omit the next

The 1>41 session of the Florida Is delinquent for two years 1'1
Legislature hat written a new I authorized. .,4-lane highway down the east Ball's parent We are very I our next regular meeting at the

chapter In tl* history of the Tangible personal property coast with a branch to Tampa. appreciative of Mr and Mrs. BaU'. 'scheduled July time Committee .t t

Ut*. la fact, one might safely such as cattle, business property, Several toll bridges, representing kindness in giving ut a party I''reports were heard, and final

ay that it hat written a whole industrial plant and equipmentmust investments of several million I whim was one of the most en. 'plan for completing our accomplishment

sew book. Some of the new legislation be assessed at full cash dollars, will probably be thrown Jbyabto occasions of the year.j, report lr the chapter

U definitely good, some If value and the assessor ra author- into the pot, and promoter in I Present were: Richard and LeilaiBall I contest were made. Alto plane

of doubtful value, and tome can I ized to make the law retroactivefor every section of the state are, ,' Phillip Reams, John Land.Irum !were completed for our attendtnceand

be Judged only after it hat been' three years and asses any scratching their head trying' to ; Charles and Dorothy Ben- participation in the state con

tested in actual operation; but I such property which hat been think up project which will be I revs, Adolf Lopez, Roy Ball I vention June 17-18-19, at Gaines

good or bad, for better.or forgorse omitted from the roll during of "public use and benefit" and Kenneth Greer. Hiram and Eloise ville.

: it marks new departure that period. _'fIIeJth y can tell the commis Alderman, Bobby and Kenneth 1 Following the meeting we enjoyed

from the old Ideas and lyitemt Opponent of this reform tax .sion. !Ball, Sophia Borgardt Eugene In- a water-melon cutting on

The three outstanding featuresof legislation have threatened to Making a frank appraisal .of ram, Mr. and Mrs. Ball and our the lawn and adjourned at 8:30. :
I I this commission, one must con- adviser, M. A. Baker and Mrs.
legislation pasted at the set- test its legality In the courts, andit

lion, which closed Friday night, may be several years before we clude that it offers splendid possibilities Baker. 1 How you getting along

p are the changes in the tax system know definitely the value of these,I for developing a state.1 Our regular meeting Monday ,since your ire wife went on vaca-
the new gas tax distribution ' laws. |And at the same'time, if improperly night June 9, convened at eight ]I tion"

and the creation of the Florida ,' or unwisely handled its o'clock in our chapter room with I It d!
An attempt wa made by this "Fine: I've reached the height
Improvement Commission actions may be more dangerous t.President H. A. Aman, Jr. I
I pre-
legislature to settle the distribution of efficiency t can put my sockson
welfare
| to the of the state than Riding. At this
While the revamped tax system of gas taxes between the' meeting we had i from either end. --Boys' Life
any disaster which has ever Kenneth and Bob Ball '
does not contain all the changes counties and the State Road Department at visitors i 'I'Iw
,I struck It, and that Includes boons and others i
present were: George
asked by Governor Holland It still for the next fifty years
I hurricanes and Mediterranean Wingate, Eugene ingrain J L '
constitutes radical the submission of
a change from through a constitutional I
the old and was the subject of the amendment which if flies.While King Jr., Richard Ball John I:
a few objections were Landrum. Ballard Lewis md Ki-n- '
bitterest debate of any measure approved by the voters in 1942,
before the legislature! with the will give the counties two cent offered to appropriating $50.000
possible exception of some labor and the road department four to defray expenses of a state commission -
cent of the tax gallonof to be maintained at Washington -
legislation. : on eacl\
''! the benefits Long-Sen Hose!
every section
I such, I
The governor lost hit plea for gasoline. Anticipating approval -
a state tax commissioner, to be a distribution on that'I may receive through it* oper- Here is Hose for tour
basis is provided at the present ation teems to assure that it will
appointed now and later created I time. be a most profitable investmentA : garden and lawn, thai
by a constitutional amendment. '
However, he worked out a compromise I i The creation of the Florida Improvement maximum of $40 per month,., will deliver years-on-
,' was set on old age pensions, and : of pen-ice. Built
which gives the state Commufc.on: controlled ... _, years
finance habeen
comptroller practically the same I by the governor establishes will at least double providedwhich the for its job-which is, toserge
II' |
authority over country officials the greatest potential spending -
better longer'And !
present amount available for this ,
which he had requested be givento agency this state has ever,
I' : purpose. Adequate provision for at low !
a state tax commissioner So{seen. Under the former systemthe I II our price
the care of the aged ha universal -
the lost is a minor matter, and state was prohibited from issuing -{ -you can afford lengths {
appeal; and while fantastic -
tie can ask the 1943 legislature I bonds except to suppress I:(I proposal were many made the for reaching those fan-
to act onthe creation of tbls office insurrection or repel invasion..
legislature showed sound judge corner spots.
but probably with lest chance The constitution still say that.
ment in selecting the laws adopted
for success than be had this year. But while fie law specificallystates '

The new laws require the aseasement -I that the obligations assumed and rejected. BROOKER LIMBER CO. INC.
Whatever the final result ,
by this commission shall not be maybe
of all real and personalproperty
state debts, a state agency I II created the people of Florida have Limber. Hardware Seek Doors Tools
and railroad
Intangibles seen history made in the 1841
property, to be made at full cash with full authority to con- PHONE 8t HOMESTEAD. 91..\.
"self )session of their legislature. 1
tract debt on liquidating
I
value. All tax rolls must be submitted ]

to the comptroller for his!
approval and cannot go to that!' !
NOTICE Or APPLICATION FOR TAX
county equalization boards until DEAD
the rolls have been approved by, rite Jii4 '
Notln to hereby that P.IH.lrk.IM. These Used Car
him. He also hat authority to .. holder a. ass..,given.. of City of H,,,,,.. Bargains
supervise the assessment and Mad Ta. certificate Nutnbmd "14. d.t'l,
*J the Sill' day of Den mher. A' !> 1027 '
valuation of property, It charged hat flint I mid rmiflntt In n> off" milhu
with the duty to see that they I mad application for ux deed 1* ....* '
thereon in accordance with law Said
are uniform and equal throughout evrttflrau .mb..... the following described Mean
limited In Dade c. \inty.Florida .
the state. He also has supervision ,property to wilt .
the collection of such
over All of NWS lit NF', of W'|.-not
: .
taxes. embraced in Town of Homotrad *<.
tiara IS wmklp 57 Sulh R.n.,' I* ,
Just how broad the comptroller's: E.... containing 7 acres store "r \mIn .
the City of H"m..t. powers are is revealed in that D>d.. State of Florida MONEY IN THE BANK!!
section of the law which impose Th assessment of Mid property under
upon him the obligation of investigating1 the Mid certificate lulled was In the turn
of Unknown. I'nlrw Mid certificate tltall
the conduct and performance b* redeemed according Ul law Ui deed
of the duties by tax will .tout thereon on the 24th day of June.
A. D. 1.41.
assessors, tax collectors clerks of Dated this 10th dar of May A. C.. 1941
the circuit court, sheriffs, and K H LEATHFRMAN. GUARANTEED TO BE
members of boards of county commissioners Clerk Dad til Circuit County Court.Florida. I

when acting as boardsof I Circuit Court lealBY PRICED BELOW TilE MARKET
N. C. STF.HRFTT D. C
equalization, and recommendto 1IIq IS, to, June 4. IS, 1C mil
the governor the removal of

any such official for his wilful

failure to properly perform the

duties Imposed upon hUm by the cI 1934 WILLYS FOR nOR SE1936 CIIEVUOLET 2.nOOl
constitution, this act and the rules

and regulations prescribed pursuant nAN-Worth considering for St'dan-In ext''lIant condition
to this act

The Issuance of a tax deed giving cheap transportation $75.00 throughout $29.00.;
the buyer Immediate and ab-

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1937 FORD 60" 2-DOOR Se 1937 PONTIAC FORDORSedna

.. EXPERT dan-Good Mechanically; 4
-New Paint and seat
/ good tires; original paint;

BARBERINGHAIRCUT ..._...._.............N.._.... $245.00 covers; a good buy .... $389.00


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40c
I I needed advice . *
SHAMPOO 40c 1936 OLDSMOBILE "6" Sedan 1933 CHRYSLER 4-DOOR Sedan .
e-
I didn't know where to got
MASSAGE 40c -Been well cared for $325.00 -Well worth .. $155.00
1 In case a loved one should

i I pass away, I wanted to

BUSH'SBARBER It t talk things over without

I: -confusion so I stopped at YOU CAN BANK ON A BUICK DEALER '


I Turner No obligation, /

: : Just the privilege to learn.
PRESTON BIRD MOTOR CO.

SHOP ; Turner's Funeral Home ,

i Z4-ITK AMBt'LANCE SERVICE BUICK AND ..PONTLC'S.LES AND SERVICESO.

I N. KROME AVE. i lady Attendant KROME AVE. PHONE 18 HOMESTEAD, FLA.
Phone nt Homestead
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Horticulturist Gives at all, but an amaryllii.--will dover growing plants like zinnias, marigolds -'the' handl' ;

. SuggestionsFor ) well on graves, and flowers I( balsams, etc: They are all I .4v)

Beautification of CemeteriesBy dn orange-red sheets in March and' very beautiful in a'garden, but i 'lay cut the ground in some mat.
I April. It is one of the best plants I II the cemetery Is not the place loi'i forming perennials, which always
for cemetery p'anting. I!them. Even the crinums shouldnever i look neat. There is for Instancethe

H. Nehrllni In the Groups and: single: specimens of I Thi best dense small evergreen I II I I be planted on the grave. | blanket-flower (gaillardia; perhaps i

American Eagle: cabbage palmetto (Sabal palmetto .shrub I know for low hedges They might find a place in a cor- j also one or the other verbena,

One of the weakeit- should ) should never be missed In any I'around the graves ts the compara.tively ner of the rear lot or if thereis I,or still better, the fine

say, one of the most horrid-point* of the Florida cemeter.et! The various new Severinia buzifolia a : room enough, along the sides Ophiopogon Jaburan and
of our Florida civilization, art the varieties of the crape myrtle, native of southern China: Hong The only species that could be ,ally) Ophiopogon Japane"1

cemeteries, particularly In rural though deciduous, light up their Kong and Formota. Belonging to I used is Crtnum giganteum, resembling make fine dente -

district There are no beautiful surroundings in a most lively way the orange family, it bears much the amazon lily I(particularly O. toburon, ,
trees or shrubs, no artistic plantIng all summer long I have had the :black berries and Is quite spinet''(Eucharis amazonlca), but It needs lined very much In place of grass
no flowers or lawn anywhereto beautiful: pink forms In flower 'I and very dense. The e. shade and very rich moist soil. I I in southern Italy. It loves rich

be wen They are usually from June to October. They need temble the boxBuxus: sempervlrens. While traveling In New York In I soil, but does not need much water, ,.

found on the highest dry est and little attention. The various hol- As It Is a .Iow'"ower It]the summer of 1926 I always admired :and grows well In sunshine or

poorest loili Show me the cemetery lies, particularly the native Ilex can be used with much success asIa the beautiful'upkeep of the shade.

In one of our communities opaca or Christmas holly, though cemetery plant. It can easily be !cemeteries in the rural districts- One of the finest cemeteries I "

and I thai tell you what class ofpeeople a slow grower, makes a tint-class i kept small and dense by the use I not only the fine tree and shrubs ever have seen is In Boneventura, .
populate the surrounding cemetery tree, and so does the ,of pruning shears. Wherever the the wealth of dense perennial near Savannah, Ca. The large
country. dente Japanese Othera (Ilex Inte- box is used up north this little I II wonderful old live oaks
I 'plants, but particularly the smooth, densely
A few little hints of my expertcnce : gra). I,Severinia can be used in Florida.I velvety grass tod. As the lawn- festooned by Spanish moss imbue

perhaps, may not come I In Houston, Texas, I was struck, I It seems to be hardy all over the like grass growth was kept short i''it with a grandeur and beauty that

amlns If they should be the inducement many years ago, with the beautyof (state The finest specimens I saw ,and close by the lawnmower there I must be seen to be appreciated.
to beautify, only one or'' the dense gardenias or cape :about fifteen years ago in the was nowhere a weedy appearance. 'Such old moss covered trees have

two deserted cemeteries I would'jasmines and the bush and treelike Laughlm place at Zellwood-fine I i In Florida it Is extremely difficult i a wonderful effect on our Imagination r

feel well repaid for my trouble. i I specimens of the Pittosporum 1 dente specimens six to seven feel to grow grass well and lawns ere and they should not be missed I'

By all meant have the entrance \toblra, In one of the well-ktpt high and full of black berries asj i not easily kept In good condition.The In any of our cemeteries.! y
small cherries
woodland cemeteries: along Buffalo large at best we so far have test- If have piant.d
to 'he graveyard well paved, to i One of the most exquisite of all i grass you your lot in
that you will not have to wade Bayou. Here and there under the trees is ed Is the centipede grass, but it too i such a way it surely ought not take
trees seats ought to be made so small evergreen Japanese requires a good deal of care and than hour
through six Inches of dust, or mud I the Tern-1 |you more one each week
Upright Teruple-tree ( I
puddlet It should be marked by that visitors may sit down and stroemia sold sometimesas ,good rich soil to meet the require- I'to keep it in good shape I do '.
Japonlca
a neat looking gate. The whole rest. Wells and pumps ought to ; ment in a cemetery. To keep the I not think that this would be wasted
Of
Cleyera japonica) upright, i 1
cemetery should be surrounded bya be provided so that the lot owners :'lawn In the grass plots among thegraves (time to you. Try only for one
dense beautiful shiny foliage
growth -
substantial fence or a neat hedge, can water their plants By all fragrant perfect white flowers in good shape It ought to year to keep your lot In the cemetery .f

which should be kept In good trim. means have tome groups of such I and ihowy red fruit, I regard It as'one 'be cut about three times each In good shape, though it maycause .'1/
We have here In Florida many shrubs as Plumbago capensis (blue distinct and month. In winter, or better In late { you a little trouble. I am .4
beautiful subtropical evergreen and white form), of the golden of the most livelyof fall at ought to be dressed with old .convinced that next year it will
all trees, and it is well
trees and shrubs for this purpose. dewdrop (Duranta Jlumierl\ ), of our 'cow manure, which is better than not seem troublesome at all.
sweet myrtles (the ancient classic adapted for cemetery planting commercial fertilizer.
The dense and beautiful Florida 'any

t cedar (Juniperut barbadense) I Mjrtus communn), of banana Three together specimen, 13 I feet should apart be It planted is a'l' I do not advise to plant grasson I Name Three
shrubs (Michelia fuscata), of the
especially recommend. It grow on Illicum rellglosum and narrow tree, and never spreads its" a small cemetery lot; there It Teacher: "Name three collectivenouns.
fragrant I
dry land, it exquisitely beautiful "
needs too much attention becausethe .
'branches. They are always up-
the lovely Abella rupestrls. Of ,
while young, and can be kept in the trees and right, -one of my special favorites grass cannot very well be cut Tommy: "Fly-paper, wastebasket
climbing plants on I
any form and size by the use of,native dainty yellow jestamine I and should be used abun- with a machine, and the sickle, and \'acuum-cleaner.-Louls l
the thears Oleanders
pruning dantly by the landscape gardenei Is not a very good instrument in ville Courier-Journal. '
also make dense and beautiful trellises none Is better than our brilliant'annuals '
I In winter many of the
(Gelsemium sempervlrens), with
hedges, and so does the very dente at''
should be used, such t
Its Intensely fragrant yellow flow-
laurel Prunuicarollnentis '
evergreen cherry (
([petunias, phlox drummondi, etc.
er-trumpets, and the Malayan Jasmine I
), which be
can kept
low by the use of pruning sheart (Trachelospermum Jasmin- Among perennials, a few of the I, Let Us Auto-Sway Your
blanket flowers (gaillardia), and
oidei). This is a sheet of pure
Some of the smaller clump bamboos
white flowers In March the new and finer Gerbera Jame-i
(Bambusa B. fragrant Squeaks Away
argentea slphonse
soul (Barberton daisy) can be used. I
and There other
April. are many
Karri and the dainty B. graciln! or I
The German isis, peonies peren-
climbers available suchas
beautiful ,
B. disticha make
) splendid and : nial phlox, rudbeckia, golden glow REDLAND SERVICE STATION
dense in the of' Bignonia venusta and the blue
hedges
course
I i
delphiniums, etc., cannot be used
t time Some of the fine large- Thunbergia! grandiflora, but they "Spannj" Mosses, Prop "
in Florida, and even roses are usually -
are usually of such gigantic Flagler Are. Mowrjr St.
leaved privets (Llgustrum nepa- Homestead, Fls
a failure in cemeteries. Do,
Icnte, L. Japonicum, L. lucidum,!growth, that they cannot be recom- 14-HOUR SERVICE PHONE 9MJ r
not overcrowd lot with rank
etc,) form wonderful hedges In''mended for cemetery planting.The your ) J.

the court of a few yean, and so-called sago palm (Cycas ....................................................................-.
there are many others revoluta) Is a splendid plant for

In the cemetery, near the entrance single! Iota or Individual graves;I : '
but it needs rich soil and shade.II
I would lay out a lawn, :
which should be planted with ev- One of the most celebrated gravesIn

ergreen shrubs and flowers of various Florida Is the one of the great : 1
kinds. From these weU-j botanist and medical man, Dr. A. I

made driveways of easy grade W. Chapman (author of 'Flora f
,
giving the shortest access to the ,of the Southern States"), at Apa- std
different parts of the cemetery lachlcola. It Is planted with dente
ought to be made. These should masses of the native coontle (Zamia The

always be kept in the best possible I Integrlfolla), one of our most Pot Called The "N
shape Where such driveway beautiful evergreen cycads. It
cannot be kept tidy I would prefer t never grows taller than about 2% Kettle I

to have none at all, but would have feet. I have used in the same way Q

everything sodded down, for noth- j another dens coontie (Zamia um- = The '.
!brosa), at Gotha stuffHOMES
Ing looks uglier than a roadway j' on my grave I
overgrown with weeds. None of I'These plants are the most appro- .q

s the northern grasses will do here plate and beautiful dent plants

but we have the Bermuda grass I know for the planting on and

and particularly the new and very I around graves. They grow in sunshine are made 0

dens and fine growing centipede and shade., butshould, have .

grass (Eremochla: ophiuroldet) I rich soil. .
which latter makes dent sod with Some of the lilies fdrm beautiful
I in the cemeteries of the
some good care bestowed on it. masses
Have the sides of the driveways :i North. None of them will thrivein Homes start with the wisp of a
Florida climate. We have
and planted also with the some cemetery of the beautiful proper a our number of crinums (Crinum wish and grow quickly by way of

broad-leaved evergreen trees, such I scabrura, C amblle, C. aaiaticum) ] : /III\\\\ hopes and plans, facts and fig
as the glorious magnolia grandl- that can be used In the place of
flora, the loblolly bay (Cordonia I lilies. Our "red Illy,"_not a lily Kitchen utensils clay ; ures' into the practical stage.That's .
t
lasianthus), the laurel cherry 'bright and shiny when
(Prunus carolinensis) and the Leonard. HaaWnlGLASSES where we come in!
fDr. I .
ok. live you hove electric cookery

becouae there's nor We'll glide home ideas
There are sometime old plctur-i 'I your "
esqu live oaks found on such: I ...rituZJ:: tu4 t. trr a.eww ta..t..r.w .. .. smoke or Dome Electric along practical lines . tell you

cemetery grounds. They should' I Ml N. B. HIM w, Mu" ru. I cookery ii clean, last
I how you can use your ."rentmoney" % '
cheap . like electric
jl ' 1
Cost to build a modern small
light only $2 50

C. per month II yon II % home on the FHA Plan . ad-

already use electric 1 vise you about new materials .
Not one In a thousand EXPECTS refrigeration.
to have a fire. 'Each Our ideas and advice are free.

IN5U C[ day's tragedies of "No Insurance I O.I So call us now-before you're .
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If Insurance were expensive it it itJ ready to build that little home %

still would cost less than loss. of your dreams!
But since rate are so reasonable Zt y
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State College for Women. Miss ten, Francis and Sonya, are visiting I in-law Mr. and Mrs H try Deg
Nina Pearl Bush also ia attending Mrs. Petrow' parents, Mr. ler In Toledo O.
summer ichool at Tallahassee and Mr E. E. Crowson, for the
In and Jlround summer. They will leaves Tues- Mr.and tiln. Dominick Desimti '

Mr and Mr*. Fielding Ruff returned day for a visit in Key West. left Saturday for Bufoid. S. C. j:
Tuesday from a visit with I j
friend and relative in Orlando.]j Mr. and Mr*. W. W. Severy and Grover Becker left Monday for
t : Homestead Mr and Mrs. Bailey Cash of daughters Milfred and Warren. Key West where he wi'l be employed '

Princeton left Tuesday for a vacation -''accompanied Mr. and Mrs. E. W. as a carpenter.A .. i
In Hot Springs. | Severy of Miami on a trip to Sarasota '
Red work will be f
Cross nv>m
and Bradenton Sunday.
Mr. and .In. Adrian Jacob opened In the city hall at 9 0'1
Home and children Mr. and Mrs. L. K. Bishop and I I
Russell! clock this morning.
Mr entertained Mr. and Mr*. Guy I Fred Barker of Key West spent
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Barbara and Buddy left Sunday sons, Clinton and Harry left last __ I
Howerton of last week..nd'I6Itm.
> Coral Gable Sun- relative
tar Mlddleton, V>i., where week for a vacation in Cleve day. i here. Fred Robertson: and Rudolph :
land. Mattooit left this week for Fort
will spend the summer They .
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were accompanied a. far a* Hen- I' Mr. and Mr*. C. A. Underwood,I I' Miss Jell)". Herring, C. M. Herring Pierce where they expect to farm.
derwmville by Mr. W. D. Home.Mr. Harvey Rue returned Tuesday Miss Ethel Anderson and Miss I' and O. M. Herring left Mon- Mrs. MatUon will join them Sun-

from Columbus Ga., where he Beatrice Causwell returned June I I day for their homes in Clinton day.
and Jim C. I* Ooley attended had been visiting since the close 5 from Fort Pierce where they and Jackson M...., after a visit I Mr*. J. M-Miller left Sunday i

the Lion convention in of University of Florida. i had pent several months. I of several weeks at the home of I: to visit i Mr. and Mrs, Horace Pierre !
Jacksonville and went on to Lot
e Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Phillips. of Orlando
Angles for a visit. Mrs. Chas. W. Camp had as Joe Byrum. Jr., started to work> _
guests Monday her sisters Mrs. Monday in a Miami j grocery tore' Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Becker I J. C. Cohl'rJ1ft;; Monday for t

Mrs. Eva Collins and son. Tommy S. L. Minott of Coconut Grove and chIldren. Norma and Ricky Dover, Del, to spend tl-e summer
have returned from a four- and Mrs. Stella Harding of Mia- ;1 Mr and Mrs A- D Fogle of and Grover Becker spent last with his son-in-law and daughter '
*week vacation trip to Franklin, mi, and a girlhood friend Mrs. Naranja and daughter Marjorie weekend'lIillnll Mrs. S. Matt- Mr. and Mrs. Will Rh.ieV.

f! N. C. They brought back with Maud Grovneur of Cincinnati. I spent Frliday and Saturday In sun at Cape Sable. I 1
.:. them Mrs. Collins' sister-in-law Clewiston and Belle Glade. Mr. I,! Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Malison
Mrs. Angus Leach who spent a Mr. and Mrs. D. R. Snyder and and Mrs H. W. Bird and Mr. and Mrs. Max Bias of Miami visited spent Sunday visiting( Mr. and Mm. t
) two children left yesterday for from Saturday till Tuesday Dan Habrrlandt and Mi. and Mrs.
of Mrs. Geo.
week here. Mia Rose Rogers Fogle of Miami visited I
Miami also visited them a week.C.arence Gainesville] where Mr. Snyder. Mr. and Mrs. Fogle Sunday. with her sUler-in-law, Mr. H. Claude High In Miami. Bobby Hab- I
who is physical education direc- M. Degler. erlandt and Alton High returnedto
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tor at Redland High School will I their home after a week's visit
Froscher, midshipmen I
at the United States Naval Academy attend summer school 1 FLORIDA CITY Mr. and Mr*. Hubert Vann of with Mr and Mr. Ma.to.on.. )
South Miami. visited In Florida
-f
at Annapolis, will return By Mr*. W. W. Sever A* a steamer was .teasing the I
there Wednesday after a visit with Mrs. H. L. Grcer will attend the _"......_...._.._.__._ City from Friday, till Sunday with | harbor of Athens a Wi-ll-diewed I
hit parents Mr. and Mrs. E. A. short course given for P.T.A. cafeteria 11I1"'ann' mother Mrs. Blanche I ichod the
managers at Florida State 1 Earl Rohrer who is training at Chapman before leaving for their ,young passenger apim
d Froscher. in Florida City. and pointing t I the distant -
I j College for Women next week. Fort Bragg spent several days vacation in North and South Car captain
here visiting his parents Mr. and olina. hills asked:
.
lr Mrs. Tom Harris and son Tom.I I| Miss Doris Aman left this week Mrs. John Rohrer. I II .a "What is that on to,> of those

my, who on Sunday accompanied for Shady Grove, Fla., where she -- an-I I i Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Doibyshne I hills, captain( "
Mrs. Edw. Brooker Jr., and son I "That is nialmi" replied -
will spend the summer. I Mr. and Mrs. joe Hunter will leave Saturday for their summer snow
Bobby to their home In Orlando, nounce the birth of an home in Film Mich. the captain
I returned Tuesday. Mrs. Brooker .I I Mrs. Ave Sauls of Homestead i cne-fourth-pound son ellht.alld-I "Well" remarked the Iud)'. "I ti

and her son had spent a week Is spending several weeks visitIng Sunday evening at the Mrs. H. M. Dtfglrr will leave the j( thought so myself but a gentleman -
visiting in Homestead. I in Jacksonville.Mrs. I cher Smith Hospital. first of next week for a short Just told me It w..s Greece"
I I visit with her son and daughter-1 I--Ex

Mn. Helen Hackler will leave Robert Bell who Is employed I Little Dickie' Clinton; son of : ... ..... ,......... ....
Sunday for a visit with relatives in Fort Lauderdale Mr. and Mr. Charles Clinton I ; ;
spent [ :-l
.ii ji. sTEAD..s\\i\\ i .G..i ()
In Saco, Me. last Thursday with her family In was taken to Kendall hospital Saturday -
Redland. seriously ill with double I II ll II
I Open S A. M. to lUG P. M. Sunday: I to 6 P. M.
Mr. and Mrs Dewey Smith of' pneumonia. He I Is now slowly re !
Fitzgerald, Ga, and their child. Howard Kirby left Monday to I covering.Mr I I Pool Cleaned Every MondaT. Closed\ All Dn I.I I.

ren are visiting. Mr. and Mrs. spend the summer with rrelatives i! Water Tested Every Day
Dexter Smith.W. at Havre de Grace Md. I *. W. E. Row ell will entertain : MONTHLY TICKET
I l the W. W. F C. class of the Com- Family 12.00 Adult, II.S5; Children lie:

T. young who has beenstudying"mangrove'lloblema Miss Jane Catlin left last week ,: munity Church this evening at the l Swimming' and Diving Lessons J
for Tallahassee where she wit: parsonage. I
here I|' I ART McKEE, Mgr. II I
'attend
since January left Tuesday to !,1 summer school at Florida I Mrs. Frank Petrow and dauah- __ : ,... ..._, .. ,
return to Cornell University. ,1i i
NOTICE OP APPLICATION FOR -
Miss Vera Delk will leave today TAX DEED I
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Flit
for a visit with relatives in Black- .
li r br riven that M.lllwlrkc.
shear, Ga. She will also visit in holder M Mplrix* of City of Hum*.
Chicago before returning home. ....d TM Certificate num....... HUM.
dated the Ith day of D..tnber. A. ... 1M7
has filed Mid rrrtiriratt In se .11.... and
Mrs. W. M. Brodie taken has mad application for a Ux deed lamm
was
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[ thereon In .rd. with law i
Saturday to the James Archer I 8.td trrttrirata enthram the following d<
Smith Hospital for treatment. ... .wd. property, sifted In Dade County,
Florida, to willLot UseRedland
'1. Block .. ,...d'. A John Demeritt of Miami was In the City of HomniU-ail., County of
Dad.*. -lau of Florid.
returned to his home Monday
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The aHMMmrnt f Mid prnptnir undo i
from the James Archer Smith the Mid ","1'''... hood. vas In the namtUnknown

Hospital where he had been a ; ..de*mod. Unlna crordinK Mid fat nrttfkaw.law. tat ,deal.hallb I
patient. ; will taiiw thrrmt o. the 17th day cil1un
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Mrs. L. Anderson of Redland I E. II LEATHiRMAN.

and her daughters Dorothy and I Clerk Pad.of County Circuit, Court Florida
Barbara, are spending the week Circuit Court Seat I i i
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MISS EDNA NELL RICHARDS IS BRIDEOF HISS FRANCES LOTT MISS PRISCILLA FREAD AND JOHN' LEWIS

LIEUT. RUFUS DORSEY SAMS, JR. WEDS PALMER PEEPLES I WEDDED AT HARDEE HOME SATURDAYMiss

-- Miss Frances Lott of Homestead --

Mia Mina Nell Richards Qunatlco Va. 23 miles away. and Palmer Peeplea of Priscifla Freed of Homestead decorated with a miniature bridi

daughter ol the Rev. and Mrs. i The bride has called Homestead Princeton were married In the and John Everelle Lewis and bridegroom was served wit

J. Rlt'banII. became the wife efLieut her home since her father parsonage of the Silver Palm, of Miami were married at 7:15 ice cream after the ceremony.

Rufus Dorsey Sams, Jr. was made pastor of the Home Methodist Church on May 29th, o'clock evening at the The bride, younger dauchbs
Saturday
of Macon. at 7 o'clock' on June 5. stead Methodist Church four: by the Rev. Jesse E. Waller pastor of Mn. Gerta Lread, was grad
The ceremony wa performed by yean ago. She was valedictorianof I of the church. home of the bride's brother-in- Listed from Homestead HIlt

Mr. Richards, who la pastor of her class at Julia Landon High The bride wore a white street law and sister Mr. and Mrs School in 1936. During her school]

the Homestead Methodist Church, School In Jacksonville where during length dress and white accessories Mack Hardee. The Rev. J. J. yean she was active in 4-H work

In the parsonage home of the her senior year she receiveda and her corsage was madeof Richards, pastor of the Homestead and won a short course at th

Richards family. national Latin award, a U. D. gardenias. Methodist Church, performed the Forlda State College for Women

The bride wore a light blue C. citizenship medal and* medal Mr. and Mn. Waudell Peeples ceremony in the presence of relatives in 1932. She la a member of th

redingote ensemble and a cartwheel from the faculty for being the brother and sister-in-law of the and a few close friends. ,4-H Alumnae Association. For

hat and other accessoriesof outstanding senior. She waa grad bridegroom, witnessed the cere- The bride wore a white dress the past year and a half she ha!:

white. Her corsage was madeof uated with honors from Wesleyan mony. Mn. Waudell Peeple wore of shadow sheer adorned with a been employed as a milliner ir
gardenia ] College at Macon a year a grey and blue dress with white sash from her mother's wedding' Miami Beach.
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Moving; picture of the bridal I At Wesleyan she was picture accessories dress. Her hat, an off-the-face Mr. Lewis If a on of J. T
party were taken after the re tor of the college annual for allo"1 The bride, a daughter of Mr. model, and other accessories were Lewis and Mrs. Lewis. He at-

ception. I I yean and during her senior and Mrs. J. C. Lott, has spent white and the co-sage: was madeof tended the Redland school and
,'assisted in the English depart- most of her life in Homestead.
The ceremony was performedby I yellow roses. Is employed as a salesman in
candlelight In front of Die I'I ment. During the past year she I She was graduated from Homestead Mrs. Hardee and Logan Freed, Miami.
has English at Sneads, Fla. | High School In 1938.
which decorated taught i
fireplace was I'I'i
i of !\Ir.1 1 i brother of the bride, were the They are making their homr
The ,
bridegroom a son
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with ferns and flanked] by candelabra | Lieut Sams attended Emory I II and Mrs E. W. Peeples of attendants.A at 2608 S. W. Eighth street I In
I' and tall stanards .of i University and was graduated I'rlnce-j three-tier wedding cakeWOMAN'S I Miami.
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attended the Redland
pink and white gladioli] with orom Mercer University I- :,'ton.
Candles and decorated I They are now living in Prince- I
gladioli j where he was a member|
CUB: HOLDS .ALTAR SOCIETY TO GIVE
ton.
the dining table also where a lof Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity.
threptler'ddinl cake formed ,I He was also a member of the R. ...............N//NN......, ...........- BRIDGE LUNCHEON I LAWN PARTY FOR U. S. O.

the centerpiece. 10. T. C. for four yean and I The Calendar The Woman's Club of Homestead | A lawn party will be held Sun-

Misses Betty and Jamie Richards 1 spent two summers at the reserve ..,...._. voted at a luncheon and day afternoon at the Sacred Heart
listen of the bride served ''officers' training school at Quan- NNMNNNN.NNNMNMM.NMNYN bridge party Tuesday at Avocado I Catholic Church for the benefit
punch with the cake. I I tico A licensed transport pilot I June 13-Meeting of Princeton Lodge to ask the Red Cross to'''of the United Service Organizations -

After the reception the young I with a permanent commission, he Home Demonstration Club with provide an Instructor for first It | from t:30 until 7:30: o'clock
I couple left for Washington D. ila now stationed at Qunatlco a( an I Mrs A. W. McVicker at 2o'clock. aid courses to be given here under it was decided at a meeting of the
C. Lieut Sam It stationed at'Instructor.I' I June 18-Garden Club meeting the sponsorship I of the club. I Altar Society Wednesday afternoon -
with Mn Chas. Pratt W.
on I The members decided to give at the home of Mn. Charley
Waldin drive.
FRIENDS GIVE MISCELLANEOUS SHOWER Is cafeteria dinner Saturday, June Pope.
June 16-Kid party and dinner'
121, to raise money to repair the Garment material for the Red
FOR MRS. CLYDE BOWDEN, RECENT BRIDE of Junior Woman's Club of I
Homestead at Tapwlngo Inn at club house. Cross sewing project was distributed
Meetings will be held the second ta the members.
8 o'clock.
non
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f M.... Clyde Bowden, the former in a dnwing-ln .hdarkcontest Tuesday: of the summer Present 'at the
June 16-Meeting ot Homestead meeting wereMrs. :
Mice Merle Mizelle, was given a Mrs. H. M. Degler and months It was decided.Mn. .
.
B. P. W. C. In Chamber of Commerce Clark Roberta, Mrs. L. C
miscellaneous bridal shower byMn. Mn. H. A. Aman were winnersIn at 8 o'clock. H. K. Foulk, president, an- Smith Mn. S. J. Lynch Mrs
Florence Pacettl Mrs. Helen a jumbled word contest nounced that 4.00 has been made
t, June If-The Homestead Art Ernest Campbell. Mrs. John Gad-
Bowden and Mill Louise Pacettiat Cookies and punch were servedby Club meeting in Chamber of by the ale of dish cloths. way, Mn. F. A. Minnerly. Miry

the Pacetti home Tuesday. the hostesses. I. Commerce building at 8 a. m.Juts Present were: Mrs. B. E. Gat- Harriet Terry, Miss Helen Golem-
I Mrs Stanley Wittkop and Mrs. 17-All-day meeting of lin, Mn. E. E. Crowson, Dr. Irene beski, Mn Pope and Father T.
Donald McKay were prize win- Present besides those named Shanklin, Mn. ''Jas. S. McCready, Geary.F. .
W. S. C. S. circles in Royal
were: Mn R. C. Jackson Mrs Mn. A. W Jones, M.... H. B.
J. C. Davis, Mrs. Blanche Chap- Palm State Park. Beattie, Mn. P. J. Franklin,
EPISCOPAL: AUXILIARY TO
June Luncheon .
18- of Pioneer
marl .'r>. Louise Jones Mrs H. O. Cronwall Mrs. J. D. Mrs'j Hammett Mn. Foulk and Mrs.
SEW Guild
FOR RED home .
CROSS at of Mr James
Mrs. E. A.
Lloyd DeiU Buchanan I kins Mrs. Charles Pratt, Katz.
l Plans for doing Red Cross sewing Mn Arthur Fogle Jr. Mrs. Elder, I
were made by the members I June 18-Meeting of Redland I .
James Mrs B. R Swil-
McCready Neighborhood Circle at home of I II I '...11 I..,.. n.... .ff'. 0'" auda.N.
of the Woman's Auxiliary of St. ley, Mrs Beatrice Cash, Mrs R. :
John's Episcopal Church at a B. Rivers :Mn Earl Pacetti, I Mrs. L. H. Klopp.

luncheon meeting Friday at the Mrs. Raymond Roberts Mn Jr.// June 20B. P. W C. Silver I DIXIE. DRUGJACK
'home of Mrs Henry Johiuon. lian Oakman Miss Annette tea for Red Cross benefit from

Mrs Johnson and Mrs M. F. bell Miss Gladys Anderson and 3 till 5 o'clock In Woman Cluo I FOLKHomestead HOWARD JOHNSON

White were hostesses. Mn Richard Miss Louise Williams. building 30
t Fla. Phones and 9101
Huff, auxiliary Red Croats June 25-Rotary Ann night at .
Sending gifts, were: Mn R. J. Rotary Club.
chairman Explained the
project.It sewing, Clark Mrs.. J. T. Martin, Mrs. June 29-Benefit covered-dish full'/ pint PuretestCOOEANYYOi

Joe Lake, Mrs Franklin Marsh, supper of Redland W. S. C. S. Alcoholfull
was announced that another Mrs. Orlando Wollam, Mn. R. E. June 26-Meeting of Dorcas Rubbing
luncheon would be held July 11 Sherard M.... W. D. Coker Mn.
Class with Mrs. S. A. Turner Mi 31 Solution
at the home of the Rev. and Mrs.It Joe pint
Connor, Mn. Walter Moody, July Meeting of Legion Aux-
F, Blackford where Mrs. John Mn Albert Sykes, Mrs. E. P.Mizell iliary in Legion hall. 100 Pur.test Aspirin Tablets
Roman and Miss
Grace Butter- Mrs. Edw. Barnes, Mn. July 3-Fourth of July dancein
I field will be hostesses. David Williams Miss Josephine Chamber of Commerce build Here Is a real value for you. Choose any two I
Twenty four member were of these three items at the above price. You
Cash and Norma I
present at the meeting. Mist Gossman. ing. i need all these items In your home so be extra
-_. t thrifty-get several various combinations. In
'I that way you get big savings I

KID PARTY TO BE CHEN- M' 98c VALUE YOU

FOR JUNIOR WOMAN'S CLUB CHOIC'2 FOR 69 C
THIU Ml AU WALL FfOOUCTl I

A kid party and dinner for the ____= '
Junior Woman's Club of Homestead .
WaiTES FOOT CQMIIMTIOIt
;
will be given by Mrs. L. : COMBINATION\ V AlUl.m
T. Proctor and Mrs. F. B. Greene
tube FUNGI-REX and
Monday evening at t o'clock at The Bridewore
Tapawingo Inn. Members who can 1 I tub. Rexoll Milk of tube RIX.SALVINE:

not attend are asked to notifyone Magnesia TOOTH PAST
01 No matter how many remedies
of the hostesses by Saturday and 4 oz. size! Pure/test you may have tried
noon. without success try this
I SODIUM PERIORATI treatments for

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hag teeth for you.
GLASSES come from
a raM proper cleans- IOTH39 C 99c value IOTH

-TO Enjoy I",. -.. FOil 59COMIINATION C
net JtMII stoat 1tsII rwuse '
HER hair into
Accurate swept a pompadour, .
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Vision made up of ringlets. Deep, soft waves,

in back terminated in clusters of curls.It Wonder PackogaSTATIONERY VALUE

veil M pint Klenio AnWes tl tend |
was created especially for the
i I hit... Mime

she chose . individual, original. Be VALUE h'laau.ctoaf and
:. light Beam of light
Gad oaf 1-aahh sure to see us. We'll make you your I tionery value illuminates mirror for critics .

,..atw e.iwm.aof hl., M SHEETS-T IMVtlOPtS. examination of mouth
ta0
e loveliest this
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la on Important Day I VELLUM. and teeth. Here Is a big
werh
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SILVER TEA TO BE GIVEN NEXT FRIDAY

I I TO ASSIST LOCAL RED CROSS PROJECT I BETTY RECIPES BARCLAY'S


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I II To aid the local Red Cross project -I I IIe1 ot popular airs by Mn Ad- I Satisfactory Salads

I a silver tea will be given 1 Jacob and several piano selection .
I
I A satisfactory salad If one that
next Friday afternoon from 3 to by Mn Walter E. Gab) .

S o'clock In the Woman Club On Mrs Katis committee are: may be prepared easily from food

building! by a committee of Homestead on hand or easily obtainable: one
Mrs.
Henry Ruegg Mn Sylvia
MISS'HELEN FIELD IS GIVEN BRIDAL that looks good; one that tastes
Business and Professional'
!Atkins Mn Cha W. Camp Mrs. ,
.Y I SHOWER AT HOME OF MRS J. E. CLOSE \\opien Club members I I ICina Stewart and Mn J. F. Ham- good; one that is healthful. : and j t
economical.Here
that li
Mr. Herbert Katz, chairman of mett. one
I I are two salad recipe. either -
the project, announces that the The' public I II cordially invited
ids
' Miss Helen Field, bride-elect I ton Mrs. Mf Neill. Miss Field ant 'program will consist of: a reading II' I to attend. ( of which will enable you toierve

ith of George Estell, was honored the hostessesGins"vef I' by Mrs. C. Haler Rice, numbers -' | Just this kind of salad:

with a miscellaneous shower *' received from: Mrs by the Redland String Ensemble 'CIRCLE ONE PRESENTS | L.the, Salad

at Tuesday afternoon from 3 to 5 E. L. Lawrence Mr E. O Pope dances by Emma Jane I 12 cup cooked dried Lima
PROGRAM: FOR W, M It .
Id- o'clock at the home of Mrs J. Mn Annie R. Butler, Mrs M. I Rive and Mary Lou Muuelwhite'f '12 tablespoon minced pimiento or

ch E. Close where Mrs. Close and II Mowry. Mrs. W. H. Wood. Mrs 'a cello solo by Jose Gases, vocal|t Circle One of the Woman | tweet red pepper

001 Mn Ivan Moser were hosle.sea'i!Otis Brannon. Mrs. H. M. Glbb solo by Mr. H. K. Foulk a medI -j!I Missionary Union of the First,14 hard-cooked egg

irk Mrs J. A. McNeil won the, Mn Vlvan Booth, Mn D. L. i I Baptist Church of Homestead peeled tomatoes

he Bowen Mr. T T. Bowen Mr. I presented the program at a meetIng French I
prize In a musical contest and I iI REDLAND C S. TO CHI I., cup dressingAdd .
,en miss Field the prize In a guessing M. D. Jacobsen Mr*. Paul Reynolds I BENEFIT s'i: JIM 25 Tuesday afternoon In the minced pimiento to Llm .

he contest Mn Ruth Tomerlin Mrs I church. Mn Pete Morgan circle and mix with French dressing.

'or The rooms were decorated with J. U. Free Mrs. E. E. Atkinson I Plans for a benefit covered- leader, presented a program on I Arrange on lettuce leaves and sur-

':' royal poinciana blossoms. and then Mn B. C. Murphy Mn John dish supper were made at a meeting .1 Urgent Gospel" and "A Night in round with section of tomato

color scheme used wa red and Anderson, Mrs. J. A. Daugherty | of the Woman Society ol I Europe". and hard-cooked eggs Garnish

white Mrs. Robert Glenn, Mrs. L. A. I Christian Service of the Redland Those taking part in the program with mayonnaise or cooked dresIng *-

T. Prevent were: Mrs. J. R. Pope I Young. Mn Wm. Musselwhite. r Community Church Tuesday at were: Mn W D CokerMn I .

itMrs.. L. L. Field, Mrs. Carl Field'! Mrs. A. C. Horne. Mrs. John i the home of Mr. H. J. Armstrong Annie R Butler: Mrs Julia I Savory Lima Salad
I Arrant The supper will be held June i i Polk Mrs. T. D. Pich. and loin.I :2 cooked dried Limas ;
nd Mrs. J. G. Weatherly Mrs. J. D.I I Mrs. A. A. Bussey Mn I cups .
J.n Redd Mrs J. C. Vann, Mr. MollleWlngate A. a Meyben Mr*. Fred 25 under the chairmanship ol I Morgan Mrs. Dexter Home conducted 'i cup finely cut celery

Mr*. E. S. Caplinger Fuchs Miss Ann Lee and Miss : Mrs Anna Measenmlth.I I the devotional part of the 2 mall green onions :
I Present at the meeting were:
Jennie LobdelL I program. 2 chipped !
n. Mrs Jason Avery Mr*. Lloyd tablespoons green pep
: Mrs Frank W. Stillman him M I -
In Alton Home Mrs A.I I per I
Field. Mr
A. Baker Mrs. A. W. January :B. P W. C. TO HAVE 2 hard-cooked I
:
S. Moye, Mr*. Geo. Ranson Mrs [ HARMONY: CIRCLE HONORED I Mn Meersmith eggs
M M. Ramsey *-
- H L. Brown, Mrs Art Guile. Mr*. j' BY M, S. C. S. CIRCLES i\\In., and Mn Armstrong IPROGR.UIIlIEETISO 2 tablespoon chopped pimiento

F, L. Mctlwain, Mr Ceo Lor- Members of the Harmony I A program meeting of the 1 cucumber diced

Circle of the Woman's Society ol BOOK CLfB TO DISBAND Homestead B. P. W. C. will beheld 1 tablespoon chopped paraey
;
Christian Service honor In the Chamber of Commerce : Combine all ingredient! And
PIONEER GUILD TO MEET I were 'DURING SUMMER: : MONTHS
mix with seasoned French
nWITH MRS JAMES ELDER guests at a covered-dish suppei I building Monday eveningat highly
The Lily Bow Book Re'lewClub dress ng. Arrange on lettuce
I
trt given by the other circles Monday a o'clock.'DEMONSTRATION. I
The Pioneer Guild oldest woman will not meet during the leave
fit
[ evening In the Sunday -
'* organization south of Coconut -; summer months member decided i I _
a- school building The '
Harmony CLLRHOLDS
Grove will have Its last 'lit a meeting Wednesday night4in Orange Candled lams
k I
" I Circle was winner In an efficiency -, WORK MEETING
he meeting this season next Wednesday the library. 4 medium-sized yams

'r- at 10:30: o'clock at the i contest. i Mn W. J. Krome \reviewedI Instructions In making croy- 1 cup orange juice
It was announced that a Joint
leg home of Mn James Elder. A I the book, "In This Our Life" and 'onex paintings were given at a 1 tablespoon rated orange peel
of all the circles
all-day meeting
covered dish luncheon will be Mrs B. A. Tlbbet reviewed the work meeting of the Redland H cup granulated sugar
will be held next Tuesday
served I life of the author Ellen Glascow. Home Demonstration Club Tuesday H cup brown sugar
ed at Royal Palm State Park. afternoon at the Redland ''I tablespoon cornstarch
.
if- Present were: the Rev. and I
NEIGHBORHOOD: CIRCLEPLANS ;JVNIOR CLUB PLANS TO Community Church. 2 tablespoon melted butter
Mrs L. D
Mrs. J. J. Richards.
ALL-DAY MEETING DANCE Those present were: Mn E. A.I Wash and boil until tender ,
GIVE JULY 4 yam
Mr A. S. Moye. Mrs
Wyman *
re: An do of dance Carter Mrs Seymour Dane Mrs Peel and cut In halve length-
I Fourth
all-day meeting to sewing Plans for a July
Mr E. E. Atkinson I
C. Ceo W, Smith, E. A. Brannon Mr J. A.
for the Red Cross was planned I Mn J. D. Redd Mn.Ceo. to be given July 3 In the Cham- erham and Mrs. W.* K. Roth-I wise. Place In buttered baking

,r. at a meeting of the Redland Ranson, Mrs John Anderson ber of Commerce building were I dish. Mix remaining ingredientsand

.d Neighborhood Circle last D. L. Bowen Mrs H. discussed at an executive meeting I i pour over ytms Bake about 1
Mrs. Augustus
I the home of Mrs L. H. Klopp.l I MnMn of the Junior Woman Club Mr. and Mn Wynn, : hour in slow oven (300 degrees \
L. Brown, Mn Roy Darby
n The meeting. will be held Wednesday O. U Showalter, Mn Jason ,of Homestead at the home of MnE .I Mr. and Mn L. T. Proctor and' F.). Baste several time during

T at the home of Mrs l Avery Mrs Vivan Booth I A. Buchanan Monday night Robert Bell attended the postalclerks' baking with syrup in dish Garnish

Klopp. A covered dish luncheonwill Mn Selma Reitz Mn E. S. Mn Augustus Wynn Is general ball at Civic Center Saturday with slices of unpeele4orane.

- be a feature of the day. I Caplinger Mn Mollie Wingate chairman. Mrs W. B. Caves,I night .. Serve four

rs Friends members are Invited.' Mrs K M Brown Mn C. D ''Jr.. decorations chairman, and -'.-_'-.-' -

Everyone Is asked to bring scissor Eaker, Mn J. A. McNelll Mr. Mn Virginia Walton refreshment ,P

- and thimble. I Susie Proctor Mr*. Virgil Lyon chairman. ,, \.

Games; were played at themeeting MIs. Ivan Moeer Mn S. E. NOTICE!: or APPLICATION! \\ \\U
cake I
ane cream and Livingston Mrs Dan William, FOR TAX DEEDFile

were servedPresent I I Mrs. J. W. English Mr*. B. M. Notice b hereby liven I41l that B.III.lrk. .

were: Mr. Geo. P.I, Hmdman, Miss Jennie Lobdell 1: ''I.... holder ao _I.... of city of Homo.
stead Tax Certificate numKer.d
Wright Mrs W. E. Gaby. Mrs i and Misses Helen and Esther 1(512. dated the and day of June::1
James Rotherham Mr*. W. O I A. D. 141 hat filed la I 4
Livingston \
certificate In my office. and ha. ma*
Chase, Mrs. Sam J. Davis. Mrs 1 application for tax deed to Uiue thtrenaIn ::1 \t .
J. Pulslfer Mr Cha Calder- Dr.I.." Ta certificate numbered. S04I accordanca with law Raid rerUflcauembrace
*
dated the Ith day of Auiwt A l>. 2924, tho folkwlne deacrlbei. pnvorty I '
wood Mr*. Chase W. Camp Mrs j' has filed uld rtrtlflcalo In my offlro ar.4hao : .Itaated In Dado County. Florida, '
Rothierhanl made anpl ration fur a tal deed to i* Witt,
Kathleen
Holmes Miss Eva +'.u. thereon hi accordance with law BE>4, of Swat and awl of \\\6\V. ,
and Mr*. Klopp. laid, certificate embrace. the fullowlna-: I of SWIYour of KS for IWt.ew Ira t f
..rl..... property situated In Dado CouatyFlorida 14 and a"* of Tract II. Block S. MIl "
to will amt Lend Dee CSection '". Town.ship l I
The Homestead Art Club will Lot. in and 11. Block I, Fread I ST South Retire Ka.1, eo*. ,
:
Addn. Plat Rook 4. Pan 111) l..- I I talnlno 14 acre, mure :ten, In the
meet In the Chamber of Commerce rated In Did. County, State of City of meotead.. County of IHde I .
building morningat Florida. Plate of Florida
Monday The aiemment of paid property u..... The ......meet of Mid property under t

9 o'clock.NOTICE the Unknown said, certificate unleoi loaned mid .certificateh.11.. In tho name I:'.the ..rtlll..... Land Union was In the..id name oertlfucato olUnknown CASH!! IN won 2 WAY,CELEBRATION :

!: OP APPLICATION FOR be redeemed according to law tat deed hall be redeemed. accord n* to Uwta .
TAX DUO will Issue thereon on the nth day of deed will Ixuo thereon on the 4lk '
File 14087 July 1041 day of June. A. D.. 1941. N TTTB RE offering this beautiful cubic loot, I fj1gk00
Notice k hereby .1... that Bailiwick t..th':; IS,h day of M.,. A. D 1X1 Dated this 21th day of April. A. DIMl V V full family MM Hotpoint Electric
-
Ine. hold. aa ...1.." of City of H,mieelead E. B LEATHFKMAN 1 Refrlcrator
T.a Certificate number 2944. Clerk: of Circuit Court | E. B. IFATHERMVH I' with famous Hotpoint Duality,economy
dated the \m of Circuit Court
nth day ot Juiw A. D. Dado County rlurMa I. Clerk
h.. filed paid certificate In my office. and I Circuit Court Srat 1 Dai County. Florida. and beauty tt'a Hotpoint way o( celebrating
has made application for a tai deed to B. N. C. ITF.RIIP'TT. D. C. :Clreull Conrt Seal
t' (Way 10. lUll' 4. 16. I.. 11. 1'41' By N. C. ITERRETT. D. C. Nation Hotpoint Refrigerator We.k.
'
...Pi..... property situated In Dado County., I \ FEATURES

Florida Lot A to. wltl Block t. Tallinn II
Addition In tho City of .. 5,4.i I .... f" is I I';' T feed sterags .....> ill. Speed 'rH""" '
County of Dado. SUM of Florid.. *; hair your I
The awee.ment property I 21: (la-Way CaW ttwrage Ce ts rtiiint tit
the Mid' eertlflraM n'd: : Was hi the sameUnknown. I .1 M.. Settee c..II'U061 Slant settle
Unleu said certificate shall CROWNING GLORY
W redeemed. according to Uw. tax deed t 1._ ft ..Mnl Feed S w*.e Zes.. Al Ml.M. h
win b.uo thereon on the 17th any of -
141 I ..))4ltr C.ia Mr1iiia.t 7) Extra Wn for
lup't.D; lath day of May A D \IU.E. i f4 Your hair deserves the best of s
B LEATHFRMAN m fir| Stores PIUS. .v..... (..!.. f
Clerk. of Circuit Court care Flattering permanent at riirrtaM.cUiiN..rlwTnr..t.Si I
Dade County, Florida.Clreuh .
Court teal summer prices ( .to pilot,....ro 1
By N. C. tTERRETT D. C. .
(lay H. U. to Juno .. I.. 1411 -.c-tnr.M_"" olf&.r
II A Mae Morris Beauty Shop
.., snot holes...
J NOTICE: OP TAX APPLICATION DEED lOa ..I I Homestead, Fla Phone Nf-\\ $172.95'f
I
File .4116 ....\ i l .
Notice In kcreby tins that Bailiwick, ory ror" A

J... koldef .. ..- of ETeraladelDR.R.S.AKER: bad ../....sees toy game am

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; DENTIST | Driver's LicenseAT via. It's a household Item that thousand ot (tot,..-

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Sundays U 11 L sntion of National Hotpoint Refrigerator Week.

Closed Satardayii 3 JUSTICE OF THE PEACE OFFICE i 1't 7!" Stsstpe rT'gsfe.'f9teMSelslcf : t e. ',;f '
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NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR NOTICE or APPLICATION Fern NOTICE OP APPLICATION FOR

TAX DIED i TAX DEED TAX DIED
Filer I File ..2&l :
w rito last Nockto hereby toelves that Then I Nolle la ho...., deep that Bailiwick. CLASSIFIED ADS

j NOTICE IS HERFBY GIVEN last I do.ua "."'". holder u a..1.l ne of Clt, Im.. holder u Miitne uf City <4Hmniwlwd .
Thudorui ffellcy fcoldir aa ouianeiCety .of!of Humeatead Tai Certificates Numbered Tai certificate Kunkre4fill I 1
of mnttld Tan Certificates ,,117 and 1171, dated the: Ith day ol dated tea
A Numbered $761. (712, 2763, S7I4, >77JT7 I l'IIun.. A. D. In. hu filed mold Cert lel7 bas ford said C'ertifieat. I. myofOrt. RATE: lint insertion 100 a lint, subsequent Inwrtlonr
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1201, 1211, 1211. 1104. I2U7. 320 I ..... la my office and hu nude .... and h.. made apNk.tion for
KOI, still, 211. I21S. 1114 1211 121 I plication for ua deed to low therm tai deed to Imn therecn la accordance 8. i tint .
nil 1&1.. UK' dated the bill day .1 f I In accordano with law sold lerllfld'eate with law. Raid Certlflcat embracea the L -- -- 'lI
December. A. D. 1027 has filed sal ...b.... the following 4e.rrihed followlnv described. property situated ll
Certificate In any offlc*. and hu moist.*< property. situated In Cad County. Did C unty. Florida to-wlti
Lot 11. Block S. Lincoln Park Ad. FOR SALE Tropical plant, citrus -
application for tat teedto beu* them n | I'lorlit FOR RENTFOR
Inrd.n... with I... Sold C..tllI I !1, :t..mo Addn. In the City dltton In tea City of Hom..t..d.C' I tree and troptcai fruit la
. Las embrace the fnllowins described of Homestead County of Pade ...,. of Dad. Stale of fkirldaTh .
eltwted In Dad County. Flortowit pal I *'.<* of Florida. a. embraced la aueainieat of Paid property under RE."iT-Furnllht'd cottage i 3 season. Jungle Grove, RedUnd

Sea I: I Certificate No. B171 Th. aueu.ment tk Certificate blued wu In the block from Ocean on Miami road and Plummti drive
I of said property under the mm of Unknown Unleu mid Certlf.Icau I
Block I Commerr Add..
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Lot 4
the ,City of Homeilead County Paid Certificate Lined wu In themom. ihall b. redeemed aeetirdins wlow i Beach at $20 a mo 2 bedrooms,
In I I of Mr*. Winifred Runlet' I tea deed will IMU thervul oa thiitth kitchen
Dade State of Florid. M embraced 1 living room, bath with
Lot day of July A D LOANSLOANS
SI. Adama Addn. In the City Itlj
I. Certificate of Paid No.property 1711 The under aaacia.ajieat the I of Homestead County of Dadr state Dated this led day of Jun*, A D. | shower, nice yard Will suit !2

Sold Certificate wiled wu I* the of .Florida No. 1171 u embraced In Certlflc.l. of. IM1 t B LEATHERMAN couplet or 4 penoni Apply to TO BUILD MODERNIZE.

.an Lot* of S, Block Unknown I. .Commerce Addnfa .. I Paid property ...J.h'I''I' Clerk uf Circuit CoirtDad I Mit Lois E. Trcpte 8821 Fron- REPAIR Residential Grove
rate luiicd wu In the rams, ot Ua. I County Florida.
th* City of Homeitead Countyof h....... Circuit Court Real : de Axt, or phone (2441 Surf- and Business Property

padl In State Certificate of Florida No S7I2 u embraced Th I Unless said Certificate, shall u ... By N. C. STERRETT D. C. : aide Miami Beach (pJ6; From $30 to $5.000-from 8 mo. to

atonement of mid property under deemed. accordlna to law. Ua deed will I June s. II 10 17 July 4. n.H ,

the mid Certificate issued wu In the hu thereon on the Vth day of July FOR RL-.T-Small house com. : years
of Unknown A. D. t911.I "OTl(1 0. APPLICATION FOR Down Payment-No Red Tap

turn Lot 4, Block I. Commerce Addn.. I Dated this Ord any of June. A. D. TAX: DEED I pletely furnished Phone 509-J SMALL MONTHLY PAYMENTS '

City of Ro.......'". Countyof 19(1. File S4227
In the
Da*. State of Flirlda a* embraced E. R LEATHFRMAV Not I.... I* hereby .1./ .. that Theo jn8-tf I $200 for 36 mo.-Repny $A39 mo ;

In Certificate No. 1711 Th. Clerk of Circuit Court deem Bailey. holder u mattress of .fly $500 for 36 mo.-Repay $1597: mo.
.ouea>n..nt or' ..'d property under Did County. Florid. of Homestead Tax (knlfirates NumbeMAdel fOR KENT-One and two bed-
Will Certificate issued wu In Circuit Court Real and 10030. dated tea red day ofJune. $1900 for 60 mo.-Repay $32.50
tile of Unknown By N' C BTERRFTT D c. A. D. 1020. hu filed rid lertl.flcatew /. i I room apartments: electricallyequipped mo.
tile Lot name 1 Block I. Commerce I June S. IS SO 17. July <, IH41, In my office and hu made ap.pllcathn : fully furnished;
d'l;;+ for Ul to lout therein Ask for FREE Ettimntos
City of Homeitead County
In the 'ItH. clean reasonable rent five
,
Dad. SUM of Florida. u embraced NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR in accordance Kaid (striderates Without Obligation
In Certificate N... I7<4. The ... I TAX DEED embrace the following deecrlbedproprny minute drive to Homestead oni
testament ot Sold property under the File No I417T .11...... In Dad County Hurlda Federal Biscayne LOANS can be secured to Modernize *
Highway
; corner -
said Certificate Issued wu In the Notice to hereby liven that Bailiwick to-wltt i I and Repair LEASED OR
mm of Unknown I... hi liter ai a.!ynr* of City of Home Lot S. Block 1. Riiilrvard Addition drive at Modello Eva
lead Tai Certificate nimbered 5070 In the City of Humeetead MORTGAGED Properly
Lot I. Block 4. Commerce Addn.. I'll.a, 111!. 1764 677(1, 177, and (772: County of. Dad. State of Florida. Colliru. (jeifj) We also have F.H.A LOANS for
In the City of Homeitead Countyof I dated. the 4th day ..f Jun. A. D IH2Shu 00 embraced in Certificate No,
t>ad>. State of FI..d. ai embraoed I filed Paid certificates In my office and 111/I12. The assessment of said property 'FOR RENT 3-bcdroom. 2-bath New Homes, payable monthlyover
In Certificate No 1772 Th hu mid under the Paid Certificate it i
I application for a tax deed to 20-25 tears.
aa.ea.nrnt of Paid property under luue thereon In accordance with law sued wu In the name of UnknownLot I house, unfurnished Nice loca-
tIM ud Certlflraw luued wu In I Said: certificate embrace the foil,w ni de.icrlbed I. Block T. Boulevard Addl tion. J. R. Brooks (m IS-tt]) Let us supply your, BUILDING i
the nan of H. A Camron lion 10.". City of Humeetead,
Property. tit u.ted In Dade County I NEEDS. Prompt St'I'\'ice.i
Lot I. Block I. Commerce Addn. Florida. to will County of Dad. state of Florida,
In the City of Homeetead Countyof Lot 11. Block t. Tread Addn No. I. i ai .mb...... In Certificate No.IMill fOR RENT-Rondtnce in Florida RROOKLR It'MIIFR: CO.

Dad. State of Fl..rlda. u rm In the City of Homcilead County of I> Th aaaeatmmt if Laid prop.tany t City: 3 bedrooms fireplace electric Phone 62 HomeMp-ud FlaMISCELLANEOUS .
braced. In Certificate No 1771 Th State if Flirlda. .. embraced In ('.. under tea ud Certificate la.fLnlru .
averment. of Sold property under I rate !\ o. $019. The aewument of .d"j .uod ... t. tea home 0' Unknown. stove running hot and cold
the ud Certificate luued wu III proprrty under the aid certificate Paid Certificates .hall ... redeemed water two bathrooms; reasonable -
She name of V nk noo.. / was In the name 01 l'n'.o.n. according- law tan deed will ,
Lot 17. Hallo Addn. In the Lot I8. Horn's Add.. I. the City .r low thereon on tea >th day of July rent. Apply LeaderEnter1 -
City of Homeiteid. County of Dade. H"m..t..d. County <.f Dade. Bute of Fl... A. D. I'llDated .
gut of Florida u embraced In Id.. .. embraced In Certificate' No. 41i8Th this Ird day of June A. D. 1t.1 I 1 AocadoREDLAND Lodge
Certificate No. 1201 Th aura I
E. B LEATHERMAN.
aMenmrnt of ale under the
property I
..... of rid property under the said ,l' Paid certificate issued was in the ram of Clerk if Circuit Court, FOR SALE RD. and Bisrayno dr
Certificate issued woo In the Dim t.kno. Dad County Fiorina. .
withor
Dinners luncheons : rooms
of Unknown I Lot 47. Horne'. Addn. In the City of Circuit Court Seal .
Lot 10. Hall Addition. .In the 1 H.miMtead. County of Dade State ol Florid 'I By N. C STERRETT D. C. HOUSEHOLD GOODS for .ale- without meals Phone 584-W.
City of Homestead County of Didenlite .. .. embraced. In Certificate No. (lit. Jim* S. U, 20 17 July 4. imll,
ol Florida. u .mh...... la I line ..-..... cf mid property under Twin beds complete with mattresses (m6-30)

Certificate No S202 Th. ..sentmint I wd! certificate Issued wu In the name NOTICE OF APPI 'CATION FUR and springs: mahogany
of paid property under the la dCertificate th'l TAX DEER
Mood .... In the mm. Unknown.Lot. IS. MrLaln. Addn. In the City I'll. tt2 4-drauer Ming cabinet; Englishtea QUILTS LAUNDERED JV: each

of Unknown R".d. I>.d.. state .f Notice I* herel y town that Theo wagon and other furnishings, BlunkeU. double 01 single And
Lot 1>. Hill. Addition In the 1 Florldl u embraced" In Certificate No. donut Halley. h, Idcr .. a-linee of City I
City of Homestead. County of Dide8uu '17U. The aiM......, of mid property under if Homestead. Tai Certlflratea Numbered Can be seen at Citizens Bank bedspreads same piUr Mm.

of Florida. la embraced In the ud! rertlflcit' (mould wu In the I IBIS and M2. dated the 4th day of Bldg for next ten do'*. Gertrude Keitt Jackson 115 S. W. 2nd st.
Certificate No. 1201 Th. auew name of Unknown, June A. D. 1021. hu filed Built Certif
Intel of uld property under the laid I I Lot II McLami Addn In the City of lasso In my fflce and baa made application Breslau Fuller. Jn8-U. Homestead ( ml6-tf)

Certificate found wu In the nan I H..m..I..d. County r. for Ul deed to hew thereonIn "
of Unknown Id.. an embraced In Certlflrat No. I7M accordance with law gad Certifi FOR SALE-6-room house on lot
Lot !f>. Hall. Addition In the Th. aiw..nnrnt "I said property under the =too ...brace the Mltwlnadeacr.bed WANTED
of Dade8tau situated In Cade County Flor 50 x 150 ft.. fronting Krome Ave
City of Homestead County mill certificate issued was In the Same 01Vnknow. property. HELP WANTED
of Florida. u embraced In.Crtifir.t. .. d.. ....*,. Newly painted and renovated Hoiivktiperwith
No. 1201 Th. anew Lit 17. MLaln'. Addn In the pity of Let 7. Block *. Diamond Park hospital exHHiicrKxSe'
Went .f said properti under the uiilCertlflraw Homestead County ,f Dade Hate of Fine.Ma In the City of Homntead County $2000 cash Address Box A-132 509Jpfnl3)
Lined wu In the Sam* a. embraced I In Certlfirate No. 171 if ri.de. II..ate of Florida. u embraced Lecrler-Eivterprisc pjnJO Lyon Bios or phone
Of Unknown The assessment of rid I property order the I In Certificate No. SH2K Th (
Lot 93. Hell's Addition In the eild certificate li u>d was In the ram otI amusement of ..'d property under
frty of Homntrad County of !>ade. Unknown' I the Paid Certificate' issued wu In THREE BEDROOM HOLSE in
State of Florida u embraced In I Lot: 40.' McLalni Addn In th* City ot th* same of Mr. C N. Walker, Homestead Living dining TUTORING WANTED high

.Certlflrat No. 1207. The anon.ntent Homestead. County f Dade, State nf Finn Lot I. Block I. Diamond larkIn room school and grade school subjects.
of mid property under the sold Ida, u rmhra-ed In Certlflrau No 1771.I tea City of Hcmntead County kitchen bath plenty of large
Certificate/ Issued wu In the '.01. The ......m"1 of Mid property under the "f H.de Stale of Fl .rlda. u embraced closets hot water. Lower halt Mrs H. J. Armstrong A.. D,
i. ot Unknown Paid certificate limed wu In the name of ; In Certificate No. Ml2,. The Plummer drive and Country
Lot 24. Hell's Addition In the Inkmwnllnle eument of said, property under poured concrete balance shingles I
City of Homestead County of Pade. .. said cert flralea shall he redeemedacccrdlny I the uid Certifies issued wu laCertificate Club road.CLEAV .
Slate of Horlda. u embraced In to law tai deed will blue thereon the n.... or Unknown Six lots family fruit trees,

Certificate No. 12011 The anew on. the 17th day of Jun.. A. D 1M1 1701w Paid hall he redeemed $4500 Terms Eleanor Fro.cher'j RAGS WANTED - WU
went of said' property under the Paid Dated this lath diy of May. A D ...o.di.. to law tax deed ..III.
Certificate blued wu In the Same E. N LSATHERMAN m'l Incur thereon on the tin day of July Phone 526J. exchange subscription or Jdvwtismg -

01 U.k....... II Clerk nf Circuit Court A. D. mil H. I for clean Leaders
Lot '5. Hall's Addltkn. In the Dade County Flordn.l, I Dated Ink Ird day of June A. D i iE PAPAYAS, Sc a pound Mrs KeittJackson 'ags
City of Hnmeeteaif County of Hade. Circuit Court seal lat. I Entcrrriwretllflcile .
State of Florida. u embraced In I By N. C. STFRRFTT D C.I B LFATHFRMANClerk US SV. 2nd st.

Certificate No. I20S The aiaen.nent 'May II. 28. ID. June I, 11. 1>I1 I i! o' Circuit Court Homestead (ml6-tf) N Mad ,. 'rb' ft..0..ol' if
'"
of laid property under the PaidCenlflrst. Dadr County. Florida I' I I > inp rly ui.l.r IhII , ,?i .. :, ;llfkai.Issohd .
BcalMn
Circuit Court
U.k.....Mud. woo In the Sameof NOTICE OF APFL NATION FOR I By N r. IITEItRI>:TT. D. C FOR SALE-Lot 36, Block 2, ', was In tin name oI R.... 11 AiHalo'

Lot 26. Hall Addition. In the I TAX.11. DEFT U"P7) I I. 18. '0. 87. July .. _U41______ Pone de Leon Homestead Fla. ion Lill nk' S' I In..oil I nth Addition

City of Hnmmteid County of Dade. Notice a) hereby .....nh.1 Ralllwirk.I I OF APPI irVTInN MIR This is southeast and a I'n' the Town of ll>. n :.. .:I I .".my ni
NOTICE corner
But of Florida. ai embraced In Inv. holder u ........ 0' City it R.-I TAX IFFUF I I l..d.. State of Florida. .. ..ml. raced In
Certificate No. 1210 The Assam-- ....d Tai Ortlfl"au, numbered. If,12. lt42>K I very desirable lot J. M Kling ; <'-, 1111.... N. Bill Ih. a...<.moni, .>fa
went of laid property under the mid dated the Bill day of December, A D 1KS7hu 1 il umber the M . .IlfiuI.our4 '
GIVEN thaiKalllwlrk pri '
18 HEREBY Deerf eld
NOTICE: P. O. Box 82 Beach
Certificate In the : :
Issued wa name : "rh
f filed w,d certificate In my r ff,cr. and I I.... holder' u anlanee cf l woo Id* name f Ito.-it, I Din
Unknownflty
I hu made .applk-atl for a Ui deed to of Homestead Ton Certl'leateaNumbered Fla. ml6-j6i) rlrton
Addition City
Lot 17. R.II' I. the issue therein In aeordnnoe with ,,' . I..111. -deemeda
I
I'nl.-M *
GO" MM and K444. dated
of Ham..d. County of Dad.. i wrtifnate embrace the f. llnwlni de.I: I toln .. III 1.-u. thrra.
Said dln. tai deed I
state of Florida, u embraced. In the Ith day of June A. D. MX. hw FOR SAL&-5-acre Persian Vine < o
K-rilmt situated in Dade of Jooe. A ,II loll
I p..port the I4lh day
I filed mid Certl leatea In my office. aulhu on
.Certificate. of Mid No. 1211 under The the anew.ent mid 1 Fl,.rlda. U. wit : mad application for Ui deed leiron trove, 5 yeurs old now in full I iota I Dated. this sloth day of Mv *. I Il IH

Certificate liiiml property wu In the ...m.p I I Lit I. Mock 1. Taluma eO.1 thereon In &owwed&with law" bloom Ho bu.Iflhgs. only 2 mile K B IVAlllrRMAN.rt"
the of ,
In .
Town Addition City CUrk
I fca,d Cert I flraua embrace. the fc.ll'' wine : :
Lot Unknown S, Hotard Addn, to IMCity Head County of Dade. state of ....." bed property. shushed. In Da... from bank, $2.MO cash- I Had Ir : > PI.,rlda,

of Hometteld, County of tidBute Ida County Florida. M>wlsLit C-A-S-H Do not ask for rrult Court teal,
I The anlVwment of laid property, u.. U. Block I I. Lincoln. Park tt'rml'l I BY N. C. Uri'ltRrTI: IJ C
Hfleate of No Florlrli 1211 u embraced The aiwenment.In Cer the aid certificate i..ued wu In the nam* In the flty .f. Hom.l.ad. County ..f i Trees need come fert.1.ration. M.y lee I',. June S. II. "o. 'nil .

of mid pro port under the mod Certlfl Unknown Unless according laid to ccrtiflciu taw Ul shall deed Hade. Stale of Hi.rlda w .mh.... I Canl/icS. No. 6802 T>ir aaneu NOrl I OP tnR
eat. hued was In the name 01Unk..n. :11.h: NtI'ln.
the 17th day nf : \
on merit of mid property under the your money. It II a i l'e-aw..y
June. A D IMI Mid Certlfcate issued. wu In the Chapter 17117!.AeU *f IMS
Lot T. Hncard Add n.. In the Dated this 19th day if May A D 141 at 2200. H. A. Ckmeion Phone ..
of unknown File A >ntVile
I
Cit, of Hnmetuail County of Did. Rome
Just of Florida, u embraced In Certificate E. B IEATHFRMAN f I Ircjit Court: Lot IS. Block I Lincoln, Park In 72 Homestead Florida (alltf) It hereby gfe.o. Hi. U on S,
No. 1914 Th- .._.....nl Clerk i" the City of Hoen-lrtd County of Atco holder if Slate rod! l-omli, T.. i
I Dade County. Iliirlda.Circuit ".... of Food emhraredIn .. .... .. *: 44. and
ef said property under the mid Certlfl i Dadr. a. j ...OTl( I or AtriirATiosFOK ( elllf. 1'1. IS4I 5148.
( Court rV. No aCM Thr assessment I I Itt ..I Aa. .< A IIIrM .
cole ..... was In the name of N. f, nmm D. c bertlfluu TAX OEKO: 1(49. Issued the day "
; of amid under the mid hu filed unut la fflee and
Unknown : property nit
(May IS. W" June I. II 1141 issued In the .... oUnknown. I File $l., . allun fw ,lax dead to
Lot S. Honrdl Addn.. .In the I Curtfurte woo Notice I* b.r.l.|i .".. thai Rue/wick. hat made ni pll a
City of Hcimutead Comity of Pade Inc. holder .. _..... of City of Hom.. ; b* Mud threaten, said ; irtlflcalcc: mi
lute of Florida. .. embraced ht rrtlflute NOTICE OF APPIII'ATION FOR TAX ?,... -. a point 110 I. of awCor i'alead. Tan Certifual numbered brae the fullowina. dvcrilml i-mperty tath.
No. 11. The aue nentaf DIED of W% of BWV e nf NH of I 1117. ...... tea fifth day of Des . County of Dab Dial", of rlorlda, t*
wed entire the Paid, Certifl File 14111 tWU. N. too'. thorns NEW| alona wit.
property A. D. 1P27 ha. filed udomifieat
oemb .
r
uu Issued was In the time of Notice h hereby siren that BalllaHdi curve a radio of 4.or' a ...._ In oflie. and ka mad LoU 1 ta I*, Block I, rinenunt a
Inn holder a. utlriie of Everglades 460 ku to Seat line of aiy Book I Pan 1". In MaI'.q
Unknown.Lot of more or luban. Plat .
..... deed throoin
."h.. for taa U> nan
S Horardl Add'.. 11 the Drainare Tan Certificate numbered KKin WH of RWU of .Iorof RWUthene wltn .. Pod cenifkataaabrao of Dad. Slat of F,rlita aa em.
City of ftomeitead County of Did. dated the lib day nf Auriwt. A .D. 1 Ia." B to SB Corner WH of I accordant. . Me '011 .
.tau of Florida. u embraced In eer.tlfloiU hu filed mid ....,rl..t. In my of fir. and 'w" of NEH of SW %. thence W ito .Ituud* In <.>Veda Co", ... Fjir prop.any. .iU.Lot 1 moot of add property under Yes uld eer.tlfkau .
No. lill The aueianientaf hu mad appllcat for la. deed to kwiwthereon POE containing S U Acrs me"or Issued. wu la tbr ii' >r. of R. A.

amid property ander the mid Certificate In accordance with law H.MoertflcaU and being a pert of aye ofWIj .to wit I 1. Block I. Boyer a iuhd..Ulon I :
embrace the followlnade- W 0' NIIi" of WI'. In tot Ploehor.1 aubda.
Mud wu In the nan of of \40 I City of H. .laad. Coaov ill It. Block I' a
Lot a<
Unknown ......... property. lltuated In Dad, County. ton in. Township f>7 Houth Kan** SS riao Bow of Flonaa.Th I Plat Bads I. Pare III li, tow County ofP.Je
*
Lot 10. Honrdl Add.... 'In the Florida, to Polls taut In tile City of Hinuatead Countyof if Mid property ander Rues of rkirkla. a. graced la
City of Rome.uad County of [I.da. Lot I. Block 7. Plnehumt Addn. Dadekaw of Florida aa embraced aanaatent luued U tea otUaknavn (.....r. ... No 1141 Thr ".._.....it of
the oarulieaw wu name
State 0' Florida. a embraced I. Can Plat Book I. Par 177' located In Desk la CrrtlfleaU N.. S444 The V.Io11 maid renlflUK aid pr"verur coder. the. ..Id rrtlfbat
0111.01. N. 1217. Th. _....t County, State' of Florida. in in,...nl of Mid property ...... i hall be ned eeelrm.ne to :a*, {..... wmo I. the nam. of P I. Andenon.Lot .
of mid property under the Mid Cortlfl. The assessment of Paid ;property ..... the mod Certificate tallied wu lathe tai awed will = tiaras oa led 31 I II. Ifloca: a. rinei. ,rat a luwia.,
Onto Mind WM In the name of tIM u,d certificate luoed wu In the name name of J U ReddVnlea A. Plat book 1. Pa.. 177 li for County o(
ud certificate limit Certiflratdwm.d .hall be re. I dar of July. d'o,1H.J'ArD. .. .. ,braced In
Unknown lof Unkniwn Union rid A. D, I...... Stat of FUrUa
Lot IS Honrdl Addn, hi the be redeemed aroordln* to law uw d d according to law. tax deed will I Daaed thai aMa I Certifiable No IS4*. The "' ........nt of
City of Hometead County of Pud. I will ire thereon on the 14th day of June low thereon oa the Ml day of Jfily, 1141. IB. LEATHERMAN. Mid property nadef tea u. Id roctlfleauU.i

State of Florida. u embraced In Ceo .. A. D. 1141. Olcrk of Circuit Oort.Dao ..J. ... In the ...... of onto A. i'l_
.".... No. 1211 Th* aMewmentf Vf'Kyjirfi.ift.V111, : Dew. ski aid der 01 Ju.... A. U eo.....,. FlotiJ 1 1010.
saw property valley the said 0 itlf k : 1.41. Circuit Overt FtealHorn I Lou n ta II. Block .. Plnhurt. a
Clerk of Circuit Court IL I LFATH'RIUN. ubdn Buck I. Pop, I'7. In des
ofV.kno.n. Fist
Vista Mud WM In the same By N. C. nuam. D. C
Dade County ". .... I Clark of C/roult Coen.Dad. inlay II. luno I. 11. a. 17. 1'.11 County of DKle. State of rkirMak u tmbraeej ,
Lot 1e. Honrd Add's., Circuit Court Feel[ Gully. Flood.. I ICltn" |* Ortlfkaw Na SCI'. The aa.
City at Rn e ead. County :,InDo': NY N. C. ItTnltFTT. C. Ooort NI aroment of mold' property under the Sold
.tat. of Florid.. u ........... In Cer.Ifkat (Olaf It. N. June I. II. ?i. 1041) I By e. ItTERllrrT. D. C. or .prycATWN POI TAX"' .rtlflOltrt bewdm I. the ....... of .. ..
Jute S II. ... 17. July d. 19411 ,
No. (210 Th* aMiMlnentf ( I -. Foil*
mid property leader the said Oerttf NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX Fit MJINotfu Uolu. uld ...1111..,*. al.III I* -iniKlaccordlna
.*.> laced wu la tea name of DEED I County of Dads Rut of FlorMaTn I b hrby (In* that Bailiwick.Ina. to law. the prrrtr duerlhe4thenla
UnknownUnleM File .121 aauumeiit ef said proo ty ands .. holder. u utinn nf Ions' of Home.Head nil .. odd to tea M:ke-t hldderII
Sold Certificate ahall W M. Notice k hereby trl_ thai EaHlwlclInt. theit certificate lMd wu In the |I laa Ortificaua N.......... Sill end the Court Hnou boo on th- firs! M-
deemed _f.. to law. taa food will I holder u _l-nee of City of H me.uaJ of Unknown I'nleuid oertlflcau EI Ml. dated Lie led day of Doarab.r. A. day In the month of I"r' 1M1, whkk" at
waa* thereon n tile Ha day of July. Tea Certificate Njmber.. 7521 dated b* redeemed according to law la> D ItU. .... filed said motivates In my tea 7th : of Jul ":r4
A. D IM1, the 4th day of Jun. :. 1>., ISJS I will jaw tlwroiat an tea talk any. mt offtew rod hu who app.katun for tai Dated Ilnh day W.,.. A. D. t94L
baud this ... day tt Jn*. A. D bu filed uld terHfloaU In .. offlc antihao A D.. 1..1. deed abortion la accordaaca with Ella. LFArHrRHANClerk : .
to aani
t lam Dace. ale Loth "Y or New 'A" 11.. of ClrcoH fmirt
1141. rode application for tax dead 1..1 I Pod omifusaiaa eanLran tile foblesons
1L B LIA TIfrJIIU II. severs la accordance with law Saidjartttteata I: B LEATHERMAN.Cork or Oooull law, aucriaod. prwrty. lltuated. ut DaJlCounaj Dade Com. Florid*.
mhraou tile fotkiwlnt. >- I CI..I& c-: Flat
Clerk of Clrc.rt offset state af Fkirda w1st
I Dade County / )i
Dad c...... FlorloaCbwatt crlbnl property. altuatad. la Dodo County.Fla' ; Lot XI Block S. LI._ Park Addition, Oy N. C: .n"1T. D. a.
wit Clr-.lt C* e* WIBT (Mar IS, IS, 1C, Jl S. 1t4')
caws teal : : e.Pinebsnf. PI. C. M rrT. i D. C- I I In Lice T.wa af Bi_..... County a<
Iola 1"-11. Plebe fiie
ft
.y N. C 0 C W. -, Buu af Florida, u *aracd In
Jens S U. M. 1141)
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Not pressure and that high blood pressure Ing interval When the cows: I BOMBER I
I I li the product of our modern I were milked two minutes after inhaling -I _
way-of-life pressure It might acton : garlic for ten minutes garlic
one of the glands that controls I flavor and odor were very pro- (Continued From Page One)
( human emotional nounced In the milk It bad therefore II of the municipal light and water
By Dr. In times past only fresh emigrants been absorbed from the lung* plantIt
would use It but if It doe into the blood stream lAd thence I was pointed out that runways -
Of alt ,I :; control high blood pressure it will into the udder." of the county airport under
the world soon be fashionable for the upper It is evident therefore, that In construction Just a few mile
eat stratum of the human species. So order to get the benefit of garlic It east of Homestead will have
tainted cows : to cure the product of high and fast Is not necessary to eat it. You I practically a solid rock foundation -
the l living the patient must resort td can aa in the case with the girl I instead of a clay or land
velous the most plebeian of vegetables.I with the constant sneezing, merely foundation such aa must have
buted to once passed through an emigrant smell it and it will pas into your I been the case where the giant
really! a train crossing Canada. There system by way of your lungs justas bomber mired down on Ita trial
by were many smells on the tram, but it does with cow There wa take-off.
were I the smell above all others was no time for digestion It muit have Extension of Krome avenue
dies garlic passed very qltckly into the bloodstream north of the Tamiaml trail to
graph., I vegetable in China. liked it and and then Into the milk, connect with State Road It at a
gested I called for It often. The waiter since the COWl were milked only' point 14 miles distant wlU be
was tried I called it "aho." Later I discovered two minutes after smelling it. In: asked of the State Road Depart-
sneezing It was nothing but garlic from other words, one can Inhale it and' ment by the chamber. At the
night i I by careful cooking In the case of the tissues of the lungs will absorb suggestion of Mr Livingston, pioneer -
way, but I I : deodorized garlic there is probably it and deliver It directly! to I civil engineer of this area,
would I which the odor had been removed the blood stream.DOLLAR. I it was voted to make the request
out the | less virtue, although they have of H. S. Emery, of Fort Lauderdale -

garlic Years ago I was served a cooked DAY assistant division engineer
of the State Road Department,
If you (| successfully removed the smell I
and through Harry Hector Ojf
in a : from cabbage When ;you remove
i the (Continued from Page One> Miami, member of the tate
sole of its smell from garlic, you no I
smell doubt, remove the on which 1* up campaigns with official co- road commission.A .
hours probably at least in part the secretof operation of the city government; committee composed of T.
need only Its efficiencyIn The attracting of more winter E. Kirby Geo. Turner and Frank
clove of j the year book of agriculture and summer resident to this B. Rue, was appointed to investigate -
the inquiry of a shirt manufacturing -
superior "Food and Life for 1939" thereIs ,
stews practically nothing said about' area.County company which asked
Commissioner J. D.
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and Inducemenll"for
cal << the onion or garlic.: Although everything Redd gave a short talk in whichhe proposition
palatable, else in the food line is I pointed out the attractions in establishing. a factory; in this
without a : mentioned, the onion and garlic I the way; of fishing parks and the district.DR.M.A.BERGEK
s lic in the Ignored except in one place I Overseas Highway to witch I - ---
"It is ( It treats of the transmission''I I Homestead is the gateway The
the bulb food flavors and odors and of aqueduct airport and other project -
contains a ,. to milk. "Babcock by; feed-'I are putting Homestead in f
ly 1 : garlic to cows showed that a the limelight, and the task tp Dentist
leek and I| flavor and odor could be sell this district as a desirable
are used I etectee ) la the milk drawn one residential place should not be Office Hours 8:30--4:30
I| after the garlic was fed and I very hard .be said
digestion in ten minutes the milk bad aitreng The association voted to observe Op*. Itcatos by AMolatatentFirst
all you I garlic odor and flavor. In I all-day closing on the Fourth of
rtlawig to further test the cows were forced National Bank
July which falls on Friday, la
The inhale a garlic odor for ten addition to the
regular Wednesday -
creeH and were milked at vUJ"f half holiday. Building
of the
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