Title: The leader-enterprise
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00087294/00496
 Material Information
Title: The leader-enterprise
Uniform Title: leader-enterprise
Leader-enterprise (Homestead, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Leader enterprise
Physical Description: 11 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: South Dade Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Homestead, Fla.
Homestead Fla
Publication Date: June 27, 1941
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 19, no. 45 (Nov. 6, 1931)-v. 29, no. 2 (Jan. 10, 1941) = v. 9, no. 21-
General Note: Ben Archer, editor.
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Bibliographic ID: UF00087294
Volume ID: VID00496
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33835104
alephbibnum - 002057831
lccn - sn 95047482
lccn - sn 95047482
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Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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Uq1-'ers1: Uon

f! G&1MS\t11l. $Ia. THE HOMESTEAD


l7orida's serving wedi-nd
Pioneer Tabloid District Since

LWeew 1918

[Vol. 30-No. 24 Homestead, Florida June 27, 1941 Price 5: Cents

AFL Contract Signed for Camps,

Carpenters Flock to I Local Union

'I Pothole Excavating Begins JOINING- FEE NOW\ ONLY $15.. I

Runway Paving Contract!: WILL BE $50 UNDER MIAMI,


Couple to Get Married on HolidayUnder !I. I -- -

-- C.C.C. To Play Local Nine Twin Projects Involving)!

a three-column front- holiday It set in motion the mighty! Here Sunday AfternoonThe Construction Tot i
past heading, "Love Finds aWay machinery of marriage which
to Get Married on Holiday" wasp t supposed to turn a wheel. Homestead and the KendallC of $);H.400
However it did it In Cambridge; C. C bit.ball.eams will play
the Boston Herald of Wednesday,,
AIRPORT JOB it couldn't get to first bane in Boston Sunday afternoon on the )loral
OS I.w. \y
June 18, carried a story of the, diamond at 3 o'clock.In .
,marriage of M.si Clara Sayeri I "Monday Edsel H. Heinlein. 22, a well played game here IX AREA TO GET JOBS

Redland School faculty member U S. N of Miami Beach, paced Sunday, the local lads defeatedthe
Men and Machinery Busyon up and down the South station Perrine team, 31.
and Edsel H Heinlem son of :Mr Invitation to Membership
Preliminary Op- and Mrs. Herman Hemleln of .;ed-I four hours, wondering what had The feature of the game was a
erations land. i I happened to Miss Clara F. Sayeri home run by J, Lee Smith of Issued Mdy 16 Still
,,24 Homestead Fla., school teacher Homestead.
The story follows: She had promised to meet Stands
him Thomas, who pitched well Sun-
"Behold the tremendous deter-
'and marry him just as soon at the day, and Viblen will be the batteries -
mination of true love Yesterday, train could bring her from Flori-, for Homestead. Local carpenter who fire
Miami Firm-to Build Ar., for a sailor and hit sweetheart,I da. He had to leave Boston with I I Ii employment on the two mUr..ton-
,-- Project Near' It triumphed -over red tape and hit snip early this morning. He i -
my I laughed at the locksmiths who I farm labor camps to be built itn
was nervous and he was going to TREATING PLANT
Key West closed municipal buildings for the I be more nervous before long. I by the Farm Security: Adir nitration ,.

I I "He wondered If she had come at a total cost of $ 34.4tO
Excavation: of pot holes to rock TWENTY-ONERS I by bus. He went to Park square. i HITS STRIDE AT I II art ,Joining Carpenters' Lava No.
bottom and other preliminary \ i She hade bus
by They em-
1250, which hat been In exist TUT
workwas begun Wednesday by I!braced. They arranged meet I I
200 PIPES A DAYWith here since 1911.
Power It Archibald on the runways REGISTER HERE early yesterday morning and get
I j married. The camp projects will be ui.ion
of the county; airport, for
"They met. They went to City zed by an agreement between the
the grading and paving of which Monday scheduled for the
Hall to see about the formalizes government and the A. r' L
they were low bidder at opening of bids for construction
$233,831'1 City Hall wasn't working on account -
I signed June 4, and a subsequent
according to announcement* made,,I II -- of the holiday. They asked of the fresh water aqueduct to Key' contract signed June 12 bets,eon
by the CAA. I I In the territory; of Draft Board'policemen how they could get West, the treatment plant here J. Victor Martin low bidder, on

C. M. Powers, superintending 17, men who have become 21 since 1 roamed. The police didn't; know.They hit full production stride Wed- both projects, and the Miami district -
the work until hi* brother, E. F. Oct. 18, 1940 will register Tues found a lawyer in his office. council of the carpenter
nesday when I It began turning out
Power, senior member of1e :II day at the American Legion hall He didn't know. They walked the 200 completely processed 50 foot I union.
firmarrives from Palm Beach,i in Homestead and at the fire and street until t o'clock last night and length of It-inch pipe a day. I The Homestead carpenters union -
has rented Palm Villa at Red- police station in Coral Cable got into a taxicab. They; asked the I At this rate, it was ..estimated wiU join the Miami district
land road and Plummer drive, The jurisdiction of Board 7 extends driver He didn't know. "Try the the processing, which protects the council In the near future and
where he and his wife and daughter -I from Coral Gable to the Boston Herald," he suggested. pipe against erosion on the out I when it does the membership fee
will reside until the contract Monroe County line.' Chairman of The city editor of the Herald, I side and insures a slick glassy will be $50 instead of IIS w tick
it completed. The daughter) Bob- the board is Wm. J. Geronimo, a man of recent marriage and surface inside fur the free flow it Is at present aXcording O E
ble Joyce, 19, will attend Redland adjutant of the Homestead post i (Continued on Page Two) E. Bailey finance secretary
of water, will be completed in two I
school next fall. They arrived laitweek I of the American Legion. Also a i and a half or three months. Asked If there was an)Uiug biprevent
from West Palm Beach.It ,member Is Mayor T. J. Harris of, all local from
After bid art opened Mondayat carpenter
became known here Homestead. 1 WOLFE SPEAKEROF I
the bureau of yards and dorks joining and thereby insuring that
day that Belcher Oil Co., Those who have business that
; Tester-j' of the navy department in Washington local men would benefit from the
ami was low bidder at ( will take them out of their home I
work to b done here, Mr. Bandy
I ROTARY CLUB a week or two will be required *
tor dredging, filling in, clearing district Tuesday register
I InI I to study them before the pointed out there has beet a
and runway-paving connection I the district in which they chance I
Invitation line Ma18
low bidder or bidder can be announced. I standing
with construction of a government to be, but must give the number ,AT INSTALLATION to all carpenter In South D.do
airport at Boca Chica, six I of their home draft board dis ,
I The bids were called for on a:,to join the local In order that
miles north east of Key West. tricts.
:unit base, with the section of I juft such an end might be iccompllshed -
An address on fellowship by aqueduct to be constructed between :

British Vet in Psychopathic Hospital ,Dr Herbert S. Wolfe of Gainesville Key West and the south,; The invitation wile published in
I I a put president of the toll gate a* one unit! the section, the Leadcr-Entcrptis on. U 18

. After Year in Jail Was Resident Here i Homestead Rotary Club. featured, between the toll gates M another I l I over the signature of W F A
unit, and th'section between the Robensun of Florida City i t t
-- the ladies' night dinner-meeting' north toll gate and "a point Mar I i surer of the local and member

Lieut Edward A. Hill, disabled')(coming down to visit him. :Mr "of the club Wednesday at which Florida City" as the third unit I 1 sine 1913. The Homestead > i'pentere -
British World War veteran who Hill came down with them last George Wakcfield was installed as Each bidder had the privilege I| local was organize I in

was kept in the Dade County jail I year. May 18, 1940, from Chicago president for the ensuing year of bidding on all or any of the i 1911. Ben Swilley U its= pi*>Uluit.
for nearly a year before he could where he had been a printer Dr. Wolfe. former horticultural! : units to CM'rm'T be one, twoor ,' The meetings art held on r..elawn :
be admitted to the Florida State| Up until that Urn Mr. Kill had 11ft charge of the Sub-tropical Experiment three contractors on the pro- of the Bailey home n 8 o

Hospital at Chattahoochee, U now;j I not been mentally ill although ht'1 Station here and now Ject. I II m. each Thursday.

receiving' treatment at the Chi was exceedingly nervous ai a professor of horticulture at the!I
cago Psychopathic Hospital, It was result of his war experience, Mrs. 'University of Florida, brought Wa Norman Thomas Original New Dealer
learned from his wife who with I I Hill said. At the outbreak of the violin wi'h him by request and ,_ I

their two children, Barbara and II war he was a private in the Princeof played two violin solos; with 'I Miami Beach Pastor Tells Lions ClubIn
Dudley, has been a resident of i Wale own regiment, the North piano accompaniment by Ml**1
a the Redland District off and on:i[Staffordshire Regiment, and went Virginia Fritk. Miss Fnck played
times of world conflict, which come from the know lri', a"
# liner 1932. lover with "Kitchener mob", the ;wo piano numbers. ;
Only a very few persons in this'Rifest 100.000 cent to the battlefront -t Clarence Parma, retiring ptesirten i- tends to cause doubt and confusion good work well done and X"nest t.
area knew that the unfortunate front England. Bravery in *. <\'as i presented with .. post to grow In the minds of all! ran be achieved bd l ,,n ,
'.f British war veteran found wandering '1'melonn 'im 1 iiiitrmiitnmmition '- pie' -.rtcnt. pin from the club w1thSecrvtiryTrt of< us, we can Jet inspiration to the thing which we f.nd .10 < I
'I around Miami In :t m-n- ant 1.mllJt.or ".\IN. CVeo :M. Frteknttktnf fight on from the life stories of do the "-th, saM Mr Sco t,
tal fog was a resident of the Red- medal the presentation speech great men said the Rea R. Wiley To illustrate the speaker I-
land District at the time I His nervous breakdown cameicveia Mi' PHI'man paid trn>u'c. to Sco'.t. pastor of the! Miarm Re.ui I mounted the .Oily r.< Ant
Mr. Hill la a s..ler of James ) months after he rn\ed Mr F, ick s seven veers .ifMMII .Immunity Co ng rega t it n 11Chuuh 6tfH hanus. the gi-t'f Maitlier '" "
R. E, Hill said He wandered .i. ecre.m-'rei'surer<< an '
en Newton road since t921wnl off to Miami! one d.iinrt v "nt. i h n ,i. i- ,- -iOI' in: oV l",Luit List, Club Tuesday nisei ting, but hn i0 i'<- M ''f
the aril the two children had been I .' :\< nuetl on Page Two) n i <-,-d' "t '1,1 Wji '... 'M :w..a' greatest ..." -fat:". 1\\ '.:a..t.i.weu t ti i' i uc


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-. "' ,xwxwxxwwwxx Former Reporter Visits !iPerpetrator of Baby Changing Trick

1tg A Little Bird [ Here as City Editor' i! Copied in "Virginian"-- Taken by-Death. I

Nat Laddin, reporter on th* Captain Richard Carney, Miami once owned all of Miami Beach.
Homestead Leader when it ,I
'Wa.a s
Told UsThat During a dance at old PeacockInn
I dally in the boom day of 1926,' pioneer and father of Landon Car- at Coconut Grove CaptainCaJ'l'le
was a visitor at the Leader-Enter.'I Iney of Homestead, died of a heart
)' played the original baby-
soiree prise office Wednesday. He ''attack Saturday morning in a changing prank that became the

That if any of the patron of R. F. D. 2 received erratic service and brought a ten-year-old with him Mrs.ion,Laddin Irvin,Miami I hospital following a relatively basi for the baby-changing Incident
In "The Virginian"
minor operation. He wa
this week they just smiled and excused it (because all the'.world both of whom he acquired since
he left Homestead. They are 79 :yean old. In 1904 he became master of
sympathizes with romance. spending a vacation at Miami Landon, who was on a produce W. L Mellon' yacht Vagabond,
That the young man who recently made a round trip to Camp Beach. buying trip in Georgia, returnedat the first, and later of the new

Blanding insists It WM not bit eye that got him turned,down but Mr. Laddin, who came to his once to be with his mother and Vagabondla construction of which

the desire of the powers-that-be to leave some virile men at home job on the Leader fresh from take charge of arrangement he watched at Kiel, Geonany.
appointed!He retired from this in
Captain Carney was position
i journalism school is
for the sake of future generation now city
Dade County' first sheriff 1930, and since had been an assistant -
editor of the St. Louis Star-Times.
That the casual visitor to the pipe treatment plant at first wonders when Juno, now in Palm 1888'1 I in the office of George
if a circus came to town and the clown deserted to work on County, was the county teat. SchoUenberger, yacht master.
Come-back Harvest --
the pipes without removing their grease paint.
freight can be saved aDd othe car,
That the roaring furnaces, the smoking acrid fumes, the gas- Of Pineapples Begins Mennonite Finds Way
will be In good hands If ..theBontragers
masked operator of the pipe coating machine and the sometimes To Get Vacation Trip journey to the POlIo

sulphuric language of the workers are reminiscent of the page ofDante' Boynton, June 28-(FNS) tiac: factory-using their half-rate
I Making a comeback as a pineapple Pontiac, Mich., June 19-ThIs clerkal discount on the nil
masterpiece. producing area the lower 1 q a happy little story of a Men roads-and take delivery. : j

'east coast began the harvestingof nonite missionary laboring In the I "Our neighbor know us Uf

Bolden Abaca pineapple last rural sections of Oregon and how careful They know their '
people. ;
CUPID ASSISTEDContinued BRITISH VET I week at Flatwoods Farm Dear he gets home to Michigan each new car will be in good hands.

I i here. Seventy-five to 80 per cent rammer for a few days. So they empower us to buy it for *

( from Page One) (Continued From Page One) of all pineapple grown in the I For the past three years-always them. On the return trip we al-.*
found wandering the street there continental United :States are about this1 time-a tall, square- Iowa few days' in Midland where V
therefore desirous of seeing everybody Florida law prevented his being grown on the lower east coaet in faced man clad in long black we renew old acquaintances." ,

else get married, bade Mr. admitted to the state hospital the area between Ft. Pierce and high necked coat and black 'hard' On his last trip back to Oregon,' y

Heinlein and Miss Sayer to be of until he had been a resident of Miami. hat, accompanied by a demure Mr. Bontrager explained, the e -fljpense

food cheer. Someone somewherewas the state for a :year. The time was I little woman in gingham and of himself, his wife and *

going to marry them. He tele- up on May 18, and he was transferred into three classes. The first hour black poke bonnet, have arrivedat the car on the 2,800 mile trip were Si
phoned Al Mello Cambridge reporter to Chattahoochee and thenceto we plan to have cooking; the the Pontiac factory. They take exactly (he consulted a small
of the Herald. He entreated second hour delivery on a new Pontiac: each >.
the Chicago Psychopathic Hospital handicraft; and the notebook) 2828. The neighbor,.
Mr. Mello to throw his ,. as his case I Is considered last half hour, a social cession year, send few postcard and who got the new car (again consulting -;uj
weight around in official quarter curable. Many other Interesting plan are gone.This the book) thus saved 1155 cross the Charles and sent the year a reporter decidedto
Mrs Hill and the children-r are being made. freight charge JDR.R.S.AKERS
couple off posthaste who have been attending Redland solve the mystery. And here { j
"The locksmith had been The following officer were l lit Is:
laughing School-lived In Mrs. Gertrude B.
chosen: president, Virginia Kelly
"I the Reverend H. Bon-
Love but Love am
at was beginning Fuller's house in the Longview
; vice-president, Ruth Byrum; trager of Canby, Oregon," said
to smile little Mello
a (amarried until the place was sold Y ,
man) was also of the belief I recently, when they moved to the leader secretary, Katherine Betty Byrum; song I the tall courtly man. "This is my DENTISTOffice i
that all bachelor should put old Homestead Country Club Llllle Kelly; reporter, wife. We are Mennonite*-rural

away their false Ideas of freedom building. Mr*. Hill, with the assistance Little. ( mission worker* and we once Hours: I a. ... lo S St. m.;
end be married forthwith. II of Barbara and Dudley, Each girl is asked to bring an 1 I lived in Michigan, near Midland.
la soft apron, glass, saucer pencil and "We do not own a car and we Sundays: 9 to 12 j
"He laid avid hands upon the running a drink and sandwich
paper. The flnt two weeks cooking ' are far from home but we have Closed Saturday j :
stand which
telephone and reached Charles I they
will be done; the second two,!(I found a way." f
Cavanaugh, clerk of the T'I Pipe Line Inn because it I Is opposite
Middlesex district court, at I the aqueduct treatment weeks: sewing; and the third, can-I''I Each spring, the reporter Free Parking Space I '
rung. Mr. will
I learned Bontrager approach -
plant on S. W. Sixth
home Mr. Cavanaugh clapped on avenue. We started 1784 N. W. S6TII ST.. MIAMI: "
making pretty necklaces a prospective car buyer
Ills hat and hastened to the courthouse They are hoping for the recoveryof
[ and glass I transparent i and Interest him in a new Pon- PHONE t-tm \
where he provided and attested I the gallant British veteran and log straws. The next meeting drinkj will I j i, lac. He then will explain that the ..,,,.,,,.,, ,, ....,...., .. ..'......,
to a five-day waiver. early reunion with
I be held rain or shine, so all please ,
"Mello bent to the telephone w-www.wwwwxwwxexwxxwxwwwwww comerNOTICE! v

again and found Judge Edward A. 4-H CLUBBy
Oounlhan of the district court at LILLiE LITTLE TAX DF.60-F/l./ A-4H7T rOB
home. The party proceeded there ... I Chapter 17467 -A... of KM
--- -- Notice .
la hmby alvrn that B. H. Podaon.
and the judge signed the waiver I Even though it was raining holder of Btata and County Tax Cor- c

with a benevolent flourish. Wednesday we had our first meet, A"tiricau...... A No.. D.SKI K8. .broad. b.. filed the name and day la myoffice of
ing. Hu.ht's11.. and has mad application. for tax
'Mello was at the instrument Mary Lucy deed to b> bawd .ho....... Said Certificate lIect
again. He spoke earnestly to Albert Delaney' guest and helper. Since l'embraces tho folU.wIni described property
: ) it In the County of Dado, State of
T. Doyle assistant city clerk I j i was impossible to have to-wit Florida. f r'' 1
Mr. Doyle speeded to City Hall, nual camp, we are planning Lou It mil 10. Block SO. rulfoH Br
j'do more special things this to\\tho 8f*. .*.. C. Amd. a Sub., Plat Honk
unlocked it with wrench, .
a great IS. P.. S, la Uw County of Dada, state

brushed aside the door and provided mer.The meetings will be divided I I'I of The Florid._...., of mid, property under
the marriage license. the sold rartlHcaU mu III the Ham of!
I "He married them at 8.20 P. Ruth Fix.....
I' NOTirit OF APPLICATION rOB Unions. said certificate. shall ... ro.dmntd .
M. . Heinlein.sails at nine this 'I TAX DEED-Flto A-4.lfChaplar according to .taw the property
i morning... 17417- A.la of loss described. therein will be sold to the SMALLConvenient
Notice Ie homily ilvn that 5-nth.r. hllhoit bidder at the Court House "door }
The bride, a daughter of Mr Aolatlo EaterprlaM. Int. holder of Stateand on the fine Honda In the month of A.
Count Tu C.riflcat. No. I A" la. ... .
.1. 1941. which la the 4th day of AnIMt. -
and Mrs. W. D. Sayers of Goulds, |.ml* Ik* alb day or ,,,... A. D. IMS. 1MI.
Boston f Iou Hint MM I* my off.... and .has mad.ppllwtten Dated this. ash dar of I".., 1S41
to .
was accompanied by for a IH deed la bo IwnSubdn. ... E. B. LFATHrRMAN. Clrrk
her mother. tho,... Said Certificate embness the 01. Clrralt Court, Dada County, Florid.
41 lowing' described property in the Co...,I .
Circuit Court sent
Graduated from Redland High .... ....
!0' Doo" state 0' Flo' '"tI .Br M. C. STERRCTT. D
School in 1935 and from the University Lot. I& Blk. S. Industrial Center a lJuna IT, July I 4. II. IS. ...fif
Plat Book 14, Pan aln tM
of Miami In 1939 she has County of Dads State of Florid..
Now the small home be built from
.. can right
been teaching third grade at Red-2, The oMomM of Mid property ... ,
Uw Mid ..rtU..... was In the urn oft
t land Elementary School for the Adolf Unlaaa W.llm.o MM. cartlfVala shall ha ro. 1 start to finish. It can be well designed. It can

pent two years donated aecordliMl to ..... tho BropartyWtrllwa .
Mr. Hvinlein, a graduate of Miami .hla-hMI. )bidder tharala M the will Court ba told HOHM, to door tko .1 be well constructed. It can include modern

: High School, Is stationed on on the flat Monday In tho month of A*,
: the U. S. S. Tuscaloosa. ._uot.I. 141.141. wkkk. la the 4th day of A. Stomach conveniences.The .

; Mrs Helnlein will meet her Data this. 17th day of lu.... 1141.C. .
: i : husband at the various ports to Circuit Court.. B. LEATHERMAN Dada County, Florida., Clerk: Trouble
j which his ship is sent until he Circuit Court sent small home has never been so usable-and
By N. C. STERRITT. D. C. 1
; I l' gets leave tome time in July. (Jane M. IT. July 4. II. 1N1I Constipation livable. Home financing has never been so

I RracKcd Throujlj01IPOPRACTIC! i practical for the moderate-income family.

\1 clGou JM y ouJz. dtGf ... / I

Sears Debuc and Co. TIME: TOP LEARNED j The down payment may be as low as onetenthof

I When all other mean of relieving -' the 'property valuation. One loan will

BISCAYnt BOULEVARD AT 13t STe Constipation have failed-is and 1 StomachTrouble it not I take care of the remaining cost of a new home.

time: to learn of Chiropractic'! Repayment is made in monthly installmentsout
benefits? Why wait-too long I
t :1 Come and have an enlightening!! of your income over ample time.

'III talk: today. Act on the advice!,

which so many frequently We will help to put through appli-
you your
011, a* to Chiropractic' offer''I

II ;: Let Us Auto-Sway Your I' BOAS cation for an F. H. A. loan.

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Friday. June 27. 1941 THE HOMESTEAD LEADER-ENTERPRffiE Page n_

1 New Methodist Pastor Is Expected Dr. Joe Burton to Join I will not need la register-for the' ,"1aa&'a That Arab-

I Staff of Dade Hospital'draft "Pardon me, does this car stop ,

Today; Richards Assigned to De Land For complete Information visitor I I at Tenth Street"

-- Dr. Joe M. Burton will arrive write to the V. s. Marine recruiting "Yes. watch me and get oft one I

about July 9 to accept a position office Room 237. Post [station before I do."
;! The Rev T. A. Ferguson of Fort then has served In Vero Beach,
I as physician on the staff of the I Office Bldg, Miami. "Thank 'OII.-Ex,
4 newly assigned pastor of illlston., Cross City and Fort Dads County Hospital He will )
?'. Homestead Methodist Church, Meade be accompanied by his wife, the ..:

f, with his family, U expected to During his pastorate In Vero former Miss Isabel Sanford Rich-

'. arrive today and will preach both I Beach a modem educational buildIng ardson of Atlanta They will reside -
", in the South Miami-Coral
:. morning and evening services free of debt, was constructed .
Sunday. The Rev. A. A. Koestline who I Cables area. The BESTFOR
j Or Burton son of Mr. and
The Rev. W E Rowell was re-preceded Mr Richards as pastor|
!Mrs. J. L. Burton of Homestead,
4 assigned at the Florida Methodist oft II.e Homestead Methodist
received his M D degree fromEmory
& : Conference to the Florida City Church was transferred by the I]
.". and Bedland Community churches; conference of Lake Wales to University In the springof
. the Rev J. E. Waller, to 4h* Silver Bartow. 1940 and has just completed
I his intemeshlp at Grady Hospitalin LESS IS JUST WHAT ALL OF US
1 Palm Methodist Church; and
The Rev R. P. Marshall
Atlanta He spent his boyhood
:rte the Matecumbe Rev. W. J. Parker, to the again made assistant editor of here and is a graduate of Home- ARE LOOKING FOR AND THAT IS JUST
Methodist Church. the Christian Advocate I
4't stead High School:
. Richards who The Rev. J. G Stradley who I
4 I had been pastor of the Homestead once served in the old South
Eldred Gilmer EnlistsIn GIVING PEOPLE OF
church for the Methodist Church In Homestead

s past four years, was transferred is now pastor of the Winter Haven U. S. Marine Corps
r to Trinity church In De Land, the Methodist Church. I' ,
stronger of the two Methodist
The Rev C. G. Nelson a for- Miami, Fla., June 26-It was
churches In that city and one of HomesteadYou
the best equipped In the state. mer pastor of Florida City and announced today by Sergeant
I Redland, was reassigned to the I|Stanley Gordon of the U S. ma-
Mr Richards Issued the following Davenport and Dundee churches. rine recruiting office in Miami,
statement for publication ail I that Eldred Nealon Deweese, 18,
4 he I left for his new field Tuesday: son of Mrs J. W. Gilmer, has

"We wish to extend our congratulations -! LIONSContinued been accepted for enlistment In
J to the members of I the U. S. Marine Corps Can't Beat Our Service
e the church and the community as
Young Deweese, known as El
I a whole, what ( From
on we consider! Page One) dred Gilmer, was graduated from
r your good fortune In having assigned wanted to play the violin, but Homestead High School: this You Can't Beat Our Prices.
- as our successor, the Rev. his fingers were too clumsey
month and now has an opportunity
S T. A. Ferguson, an able and earnest However, he had talent for woodworking to further his education by

man, a good preacher end and he used this talentto the of the Marine Institute .
. use Corps You Can't Beat Our Quality
pastor and a man who will take produce the best violins ever which
will enable him to
his place In the made.
community ser-
continue his studies. He also has
Iously. He comes well prepared Mr. Scott spoke of his meeting the opportunity to enroll In one
for his task both In training and I with Norman Thomas, whom he of the many trade :schools the
experience lie was a student in'called "the original New Dealer, marine corps now offers men
his preparatory days in the oldest because atthis meeting Mr.
Methodist seminar in the south' Thomas outlined to him many of Deweese was sent by the government Shirts 8c
to Savannah where hr
Vanderbilt University in Nashville the reforms and practices laterI
We bespeak for him and his splendid I advocated and put Into law by l will undergo his final examina-
wile the full tions for enlistment Upon his en-
cooperation and the New Deal."Norman Delivered lOc
which | fitment he will be transferred u'
support you have given ui
during four Thomas' greatness i s I Parris Island, S. C where I.e wilt
years. not due to his being Socialist t
a begin his initial training as a
I "A for ourselves we wish to'and leader of a minority group 1 Leatherneck.. Family Wash
thank all nhp Jia\e had a part In belt dug )10 his sincere desire to 49c
t Upon completion of his trainIng -
making these four years pleasant] Improve the lot of the under-pri-
I' he will be given a ten-day 12 lbs.
and happy You have been un-jvileged' people in this country," furlough before being assignedto -
unusally thoughtful for the parsonage concluded Mr. Scott.
family. Every some organized company of
year you i
Following the Inspirational address -
have given us personal seasoned marines, whether it be
gifts and things surprise,to make the Retiring President Harley In the continental United States We Do Real Dry CleaningThe
parsonage home more comfortable R. Core gave a resume of the in China, Philippines Guam. Hawaii

and Inviting It .it with humility -I I|accomplishments of the club during Alaska, In the Tropics or
as well as pride that wi the past year and expressed aboard some man-of-war of the Kind You Like Best
his appreciation for the coopt..aII .
count not only members of the navySgt
Lion he had received. He then
church but citizens of the community I Gordon also announced
turned the gavel overto the new
dear friends andwell I that all those men who
as very young
president, S. J Lynch, who closed
wishers As we go, we think have turned 21 since last registration
the meeting
of Homestead as one of the most I day can now enlist in the SUITS
courageous communities we hav Mrs. Wm Musselwhlte of marine corps or in the marine 49C

ever known taking its adversities Homestead, accompanied at the I corps reserve for the duration of DRESSES
with a squared jaw and stiff I piano by Mrs Whitney Beam sang: the present national emergency

upper lip. That kind of spirit will I l{i two soprana solos. I and if enlisted before July 1. they

make this city the kind of place]I
its builders dream It to be." J -

from Mr. a Ferguson two-year, who pastorate comes at here Fort, : for Delicious Home CookingYou'll I Ii PANTS 24cPlus

Meade, was born in Mississippi i
and attended Milsaps College and ; like Tropical Cafe for Insurance

Vanderbilt University before entering its tasty food, its pleasant at-
tbe ministry He served in I
the Mississippi conference 29 mosphere. Do come in soon.

years, much of the time in the I
leading churches of the state In or
1932 he came to Florida and since Tropical CafeHave

e e a I

W. also
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IT.the south..1>odo_PublMlm. .... mil CMuwnrntml m.lU, 4tntr'*.X.....-.,...,.... . .,...,-1f- "" .. : .
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Mired I. IS1I. .ro, ...... .. .;.. -I be j By MRS. J. E.GAC/EN3

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i BEN ARCHER ,........., and UllorMAMOKIC _.......l..... ... ..... iA1. |I. "
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LEACH ARCHER.____ FOUND IN.ft i One of the most Interesting blog.

Rn....'7 end T'.ne tSUBSCRIPTION '"' IVA A uIAVr/)!" raphies of a best-seller Is that of

RATES clOUTJlG2N : ': rl.v"uvl'tv HAS TN.eEE a, r"Mr and Mr*. Cugaf by Isabel

Ia Dodo Cosner '1." l3011EGE SIDES 10 ITS i I Scott Rorick. Since Its publication,

OltoM. of Dodo ('''.'1'__ She 800 Y;' I nine month ago, the eighth late
I printing In May was necessary to

Tulips in the windowFor ewe O"'IlOIJA HADINGINSTTUTONS i meet popular demand which has

all the world to see'! Of boosted 'Mr. and Mrs C ugat"! to

Red and yellow tulipsDraw HIGH&2 LEAKKMG '4r.W.:'..'1M7w'' 18th place on the best-seller list
the heart of !
I would believe in mel ....1. ../ | This Is the fourth time that this
any folk
light novel with
Whatever their neighbors said '}; 7"is 41V10Z, t la ( "uneontrolledty
funny chapters" has been on -thebestseller
With tulip in their window, I
list but never before
And a little garden bed.
,110 near the top
I would i ,
marry any man. .
And serve him with a wiy|| I
Despite the heavy losses In
Who. living all alone, should plant
sheets and bound stocks in air
Tulips on his sill.
raids, Mannish Hamilton. Lon
-From "The "
Singing Heart,
(Cokt-sbury Puss) don publishers, report that their
I turn-over for Jan. 1 to April 3D
i ,. a W
rNN of this year is 1600 ahead of that

i if I Leathernecks 11 11d for the tame period in .1940.
In America the number ct
Some persons think that the U
books brought out by all pub-

S. Marines are called Leathernecks d IMt t { lishers In the first five months of

becou.se their skin has been 1111141 fowl this year closely matched the fig

tanned and toughened by the heat urea for the same period last

and nun In the tropics But this year. Combined new books and
new editions totaled 4,738 against
deep brown color has nothing to
do with their nickname. 4 782 for the same period last

year, according to statistics pre.
They are called Leathernecks pared by Publishers Weekly.

because years ago their uniforms The only subject to register a

included stiff leather collars or I notable decline In titles Is religion
shxks These stocks were of heavy -
while marked Increases are observed -
leather about three Inches In I '
In poetry and drama titles.
.. height which encircled i I the neck
Argicultural books are not up to
and were fastened st I
the back
121 ,the usual number but technical
buckle. i I -1110 work have Increased Fiction
For many years the stocks compelled TIn 'which Is
I always the largest single
the sea soldier to hold their a magnificent grove of 60 acres Florida Conference College. In 1902, the type of books, has 821 title
beads .
erect, although there was bordering Lake Hollingsworth in Lakeland Florida Seminary was opened at Souther- against 742 .

no more need to tell the Leathernecks is located SOUTHERN COLLEGE.Here land, now Palm Harbor, on the West Coast. . ,

those to "keep their chins up" in is to be found one of the most In 1906, it was incorporated Southern I This i II the traditionally slow
days than there Is
today. furnished Halls for books sales when
It t II known that the stocks handsome, most completely College. season 1
a part of the uniform in were 1793 for Women in the South. The entire grouppf The peculiar TRUNKFISH, which is i i much concern and pessimism holdi

end that they remained In splendidly equipped buildings surrounded common on the coast of Florida is three I{sway among publishers generally: art
until about 11180. when they vogue were by a beautiful campus covered angled I The species is so singular in appearance ''However, it Is reported"hat Ma- .J'

bondoned They were with citrus fruit trees, palms, magnolias, and so easily preserved that they I Iritta Wolff "Whistle Stop" has
very uncomfortable -
and the Marines were I oaks and other native trees. The collegewas have been common in collections ever since I had Its fifth printing which 1 Is a '. ,

not sorry to see them disappear I founded in Orlando in 1883 as the I the collecting oF tropical curiosities began. record.

Up until a few there I
years ago

were a number of retired sea 'N. E. 38th it and Miami avenueIt ... '!author Eugene, and Streeter G. William an Breck unknown, an

'I" time soldiers the who stocks could were remember worn during the CURRENT I'. but will two cost feet$2,000, above and win ground be built and fl Children .i in uri-:I artist'Dere, put Mable'together before a book they called failed)

all military formations Today ( eight feet below. If war does not I I
their COMMENTBy By Judge Malcolm lUtfleld for France In the first world war.
memory survives only In a [ come, it will not be a total loss, When the collaborators heard of s'

nickname of which most of the . ,, .. ,..... ., ,
AGNEW WELSH a* it will serve a* a shelter from 11 I HnHi.H. n.H .M.H n. M their work it had sold 100,000
Marines :
are rather pround. ..............................--..-- the wide-apart visits of thosetropical COOPERATION RELIGIOUS
Edl.... Not l Mr Weigh mleom storm I AND NATIONALISTIC GROUP: ; 'That Me All Over, Mable" and '.
: How Young People Help ....._.. .. big 'oc.oo;. whaler . . were pleasantly surprised upon
thvy t* I* MIWBWt *f a. WtMM j A court found that leaders oft
r the Church with his opinions AUnM _.tnl.ration The Germans are wearing synthetic their return at Its sales
{ la Agnew welsh, 141 H. C. clothes, England Is aboutto t I various nationalistic and racial Now these two books will be

The following prize letter byan Up to June, the British loss Inmanpower ration hen and here 1* where!(groups not only have the welfareof > :reissued in one volume as "J>ere

Arkansas girl In the Progressive -I Miami shines; they just dont' their respective people at heart Mable', and the new edition will

; Farmer reminds Homestead was placed at 100000 wear 'em-that Is, not any morel': include a long letter from the author -
|: but they also take great pride In..
men than the law compel them to '
ton, a member of the
people of the active *
part taken . wear, and the law I ta powerfully ,the fact that they care for their.own. army.

I by the ;young people in a few The Florida legislature voted liberal in this respect Therefore, when an Italian
,. of our own churches: The present draft army is responsible
; "In our work for the church $100,000 to erect near White . i boy who had no church affilia-,i for the reissue of Dere
cur young people are divided Into Springs In Hamilton County, .a The excessively high temper eons became Involved In a minordifficulty Mable' since 'dozens of letters'
six committees: tower memorial to Stephen Collins ature this week caused many to'j the court -Immediately have reached the publisher from
"1. The worship committee wonder at the whjness thereof. this source askng where copies
Foster who immortalized the called the
upon most Influential
devotional each Sunday: quiet Maybe this I I. the answer: the |could( be obtained.
Suwanne River, on the banks science Italian family In the
sharps lay that "hot volcanic community
candlelight services
in the absence
i I "Dere Mable' Is a collection of
of the pastor: studies of of which It will stand with his gushers have been leaking to supervise the case Similar sue <'love ,letters of a rookie" while
religious famous long "The Old Folks at from the sun. Everyone felt sure cessful '
pictures, 'sponsoring results were obtained when "Gone With The Draft" by Park
Home something was out of "kelter. (
i hymn" appreciation school. . e. i:the same methods were applied t"i Kendall, a current best seller, 1*
2. The leadership committee a collection of "love letters of a
A 12-year old miss ,I I children of other foreign racial!
The Idea Tampa won
direct the seems preposterous
I dramatic club, book \! trainee" to 'Dear Annie'. It
I review such .s "In His Steps" that a woman and not a very a cash prize and a movie contract .;groups (also contain a dictionary of army .

and "Jesus, Our Ideal": leads discussions competent one at that should hold for being America most>, It has also been discovered that j jI ''slang.

I each Wednesday night, the Important post, of secretary of charming child. It Is too bad that> I when a boy Is placed In the cue

1 I the present study being "The Living labor In such a critical time. Th efall two such misfortune should be'(tody of his priest, rabbi or mln- Margaret Mitchell, author of

; Bible." strike situation 1* a peril to t her, and the greater evil. is''lister' and when his parents are' "Gone, With the Wind", will appear
in a new role when on
i the movie
"3. Committee on church relations nation contract. made to cooperate with the church
. August 8, she will dedicate the
I . .
-arranging flower and pictures (second offense are seldom committed -'
t and at regular Intervals I What has been written down as There are some queer things,'I by such ;youngster Their I,cruiser Atlanta. I
ending card to absentee and one of Florida most advanced about federal regulation Th e parents' usually can be persuaded

! member away at school step In her progress I Is the legislative Jilipplne feland grower were,i to arrange that their children be' One way to govern men Klp- 1
creation of the Improvement allotted a little million!t 1,11nsonce said, Is to break heads
4. Committee on mission and over a readmitted into the church I:,
! world friendship-missionary Commission. It la understood ton for the current year but the court frankly Informs them and another is to count 'them.
I program every fourth Sunday; that It I II committed te an ..rly can not meet It by 75.000 tons and''that their children will be re-i 1 Democracy. chooses to count them.
j I mission studies such a* "Up beginning on the 82-raiUion dollar now the big fight I II to see whoell moved from their custody unless 1 (to When the majority set out it

rooted America," and on foreign.countries four-lane highway down theeast this shortage The main they cooperate. '] destroy the minority-when

play on alcohol coast.' -. question In my mind la why haul 1 the 'begins breaking'heads-democracy
; By
peace gaining help ot both i la done. That I is what happened la
brotherly' love, and shadow AI '; sugar across the Pacific for the
plays church
art' and the leaden of the i 1 France. That I II why France fell
These war preparations American use and not let Florida
on Biblical characters making various nationalistic and racial 1 1 For France fell for want ofeaW'llie.
and of I coming close to home. Lieut Arthur I produce even a* much a* she con
posters map group the court I I. able to rely ,i but for want of leader-
countries. G. Keene announce In the sumes. The state has two large '
foreign the service of who'
on Individuals i i ship.-Andre MauroU: member of
"5. Community service committee Florida Veteran magazine that the cane-producing areas, with two thoroughly understand
I the
disabled veterans have begun mills, one of these the largest In French Academy, in Rotarian
I sponsoring"midget ba.ketball'' I custome and habits that mot)- :Magazine
work bomb 24 the U. S.Many .
team, presenting patriotic programs on a shelter feet vate the live of their children.
I by 63 feet, located In Miami at l . .
directing campaign for While the method of such groups i) Success 1 II built on small mar-

; DeW building program, playing!suppers who have been InterestedIn may differ somewhat from those i fins The fastest runner In the

Santa Claus to needy families.. l I outings, community singing studying the early Indian occupation practiced In the average American i world can't run S per cent fasten

I ".. Recreational committee-en- teaching folk games, handicraft I of Florida are aware of home, the beneficial effect i i than thousand of ordinary run

tertalnment for *U church partin.'I: and various games' of tkUL"j I I[ (Continued on .Page Five) achieved are usually the tame I Inert.-St Louis Star-Time


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!illlllUlIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII!! II 11I1111I i Miss Marlon Powell left Monday -t tof an Oklahoma state college, attempted turned down a proposition for s, Hillsborough, 145,144; Indian River -
for Wildwood, Ga., their former . five-year plan to "streamline re
to portray old Chief Roman 155,435; St. Lucl. 232,081;
home where they will visit t Nose, of the Cheyenncs and ligion" to meet the world's present Volusla 105.531; Seminole, 214-

20 Years Ago relatives. when one of the Indians saw It In crisis. The delegates might 958; Pasco 193284.
-"Loretta Horne Is employ I the Hatonga postoffice h* snorted have sung the spiritual "Oh, the a.

In the Bank of Homestead during . !"It stinks." His elaboration was old time religion it was good I A graph of Miami bank clearances
the absence that the enough for Paul and Silas and It's
ilillllllllllllllilllllylllllillllililiqT110 : of Airs G E, chiefs war bonnet was comprising the ten leading
Gault on her vacation."A ." not on right; that his breechclout good enough for me
MUwtng Umt . ones of the area follows for
tn totes taw t
htlH fm III,. W tk.BM .__ boy was born to Mr. and I was too short; that his pony the first four months of eacli
'...rlM MUMhkW Mi.M .. III 151L Mrs. Cash of Princeton on Thurs, looked like a hobbyhorse with a Shakespeare the center and rather definite lines
.. year : they
Uw Srath n M
BMMt sea "
....*4 eels .T. 1MI. >whk I** 8._ day. swan's neck; his papoose was circumference of literary wisdom, totaled 49 million dollars for 1941.
fund Lo:!_ -"Claud* Me David receiveda mad to resemble! a stuffed pig declared there mere seven ages I an Increase of 65 per cent overa

lane It, 1921 telegram a few day; ago telling and th* artist clothed the Cheyenne of man, beginning with "the mewling four-year record. Generally about -> 4I

-"A meeting of the patron othe f of the sudden death of his broth with Navajo dress. Outside and puking infant", but a I mid-January they begin toO
Homestead school wu held in er. Frank L. Me David at Plant. of these things it wasn't so bad Harvard professor (name of II 'rise, reaching a peak about Feb.
the auditorium on Monday night. City as a result of a railroad acct but to the .Cheyenne's artistic ton) say the Bard of Avon is 1, then decline but followed by
S. E. Livingston presided over dent. Mr. Me David left for Plant nostrils "It stinks". wrong; that man has fourteen another upward trend that continues
the City. . ."-(Florida City) * ages. Have your own way, Professor "
meeting and asked J. H. Her until April; then the .um-
long J. Dyal left Saturday for The undeclared the main fact remains that "
of the county school board,I I"E. "_ war of Japanon mer slump.
(Princeton how you live them counts
to explain tome of the difficulties ) China has gone on about two more . .

facing the county schools. . --' years and has caused some eminent / than their number.. . The Sanford Herald says it Hitler

. Mrs E. A. Froscher urged that CURRENT Japanese to conclude that wants to see how this country

this was the time for the organs China's vast area and inexhaustible The Sanford Herald states that would react when It gets mad,

station of a Parent-Teachers' organization COMMENT manpower make it Impossible on May T a truck load of tomatoes "let one single bomb fall on the

and the suggestion was to win the war which is "from" the southern part of U. S. soil"! Betcher lift, buddy;
taken up Immediately, Joe Burton --.10____ costing Japan one-third of Its the state brought $1,600 at Sanford's then all of us who have been"ferninst'
being elected (Continued annual income. farmers' market. A Balti- the will be and
temporary chairman From Page Four) war up
. .
j the .
concern was buyer.Of
The election of officers resulted the fact that each tribe that occupied . rearln' to go.
In the election of Joe Bur I a region for any considerable One of the results of that frat . .

ton, chairman; Mrs. L. W Jor time along the sea built each ricldal struggle of 1881-85 was the more than a billion dollars On June 13, at Bcllrfontalno,
dan, vice-chairman; Mrs. E. A. I hut on the pile of succeeding that It brought from the North a liquor taxes paid to the fed- O, ceremonies attended the uuI -

Froscher, secretary and Mrs J. food shell it had discarded. They sea second army of Invasion but one eral government, last year, Florida -I I I veiling of a marker to indicate
3. Ewing treasurer On motion of I had nothing on the ancient tribes carrying a purse Instead of a contributed about six million I the beginning point of the first

K H. Ewing, the chairman was I of Palestine where have been sword-tourists, travelers home dollars-$3,907,140. .to be exact i concrete highway ever laid,, jut
empowered to appoint a com- found mounds with as seekers and some "carpetbaggers" years ago
mittee to draft by-laws and constitution I eight! distinct cultures many as A survey of the cemeteries of Polk Is Florida leading citrus
upon thrums e 1 dadi / _ __ . ..
. . of its predecessor Seminole County show it sepultures producing county. During
84 Confederae March 0,820,171 boxes went out, Dr. Leonard \\. IlasklnGLASSES ski
and 42 Union
-"Paul Turnag and family of .
.e soldiers; there were 103 of the of the state, of which Polk sent .
Tampa motored to Homestead The Daytona Beach
last week on a short visit to SIrs Is noting the recent death Observer of first World War, six of the Indian 1,290,212 or over one-fourth II ,..'.Ia".I.a| are (......,_ I
Frank Skill Mr. Tumage's sister -I Chevrolet, famous Louis and one of the War of 1812. Other counties ranked as follows I Fitting "t K.*..rll>s W I
car builder a . Orange 990.193.; Lake 49S.989, Ml. Ml.... PI*.
They returned home on Wednesday said he was one of the greatest 141Ca..kkAlr ..tinsade'.s.estat
Brevard 142.682,, De Soto 70.288;
of When told Term
after declaring their intention the automobile racers in a man weighing
the ..
Duval 88.830 Highland 110,115
to return at later date early around 150 pounds should ; ;
a days of the sport at eat
that ....
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to stay. . place and added that Henry Ford, 5,000 calories a day 01' Toot -- -- H.H.M.-
-"J. A. Norwood leaves MonItsy R. E. Olds and Alexander Win- blurted out, "How the Sam Hill HOMESTEAD SWIMMING POOL
via the Clyde Lin for New ton were also early participants In kin I eat 'em when I doan know

;york state H Is his first tri Daytona Beach's famous "mile"; :whether Mom kin cook 'em right 11 are IA.M.to11lSF.M.-saaaTrlto6P.M.

north In torn years and h* expects praces.I |or whether I'd like 'em a-talP Peel Closed Every Monday Closed All Day

to be gone quite a while." . Mebby they's taste like spinach Water Tested Every Day
The most an'effen I'd Hvei long as old MONTHLY TICKETS
Fred O. Gamer moves thiscreek amusing episode that
to Miami, where be win has recently come to my notice issmell" Pappy Methuely I jilt couldn't FuaII,. SS.M; Adult, ILXI; ChlUm, TSsSwhauBing

take over the duties of Dade occasioned by the pic [stummlck that i stuff.. sail ]Divine LowerART -__ He

feounty agent of the Co-Opera- keting of an Oklahoma possess McKEE, Mgr.

give Fertilizer Co. W. K. Walton by some Cheyenne Indians. Some' The Presbyterian general as- __ 'HM M'H_""''' 'U'M MU..,
.I "fill :have charge of the HomeStead time ago the Great White Father embly at Its St Louis meeting '

branch in place of Mr GaSher. postotflce department conceived ---

. .. the idea of decorating federal

="Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Satchel- postofflces with mural painting
lor left Tuesday for Akron O. mostly by WPA artists out osome
work. However These Used Car Bargains
"where: they will remain for a woman head

time getting Mr. Batchellor's NOTICE 0' APPLICATION FOR- ,
business affairs straightened! out TAX DEED-Fl" ACh.PIn -' "
17417-'Act. of un
*o that they can come south to NotitM.b slurs that Fred Rucks
stay definitely""Mrs .holder.,. at state sad County Tax recta Mean
JIG. 10'. .bud 'M ash day J....,
E. T. Knowles and A.jfi "". box '""' ""... I" .. offlc., .
son who have visiting Mrs. I to eo'be hu|.......do..| .ppllc.Ho,_.. Said for, .C.JM rtlfklu. I!
.. _
Knowles parents Mr. and Mrs. .b. the following d.lbM p I
C. T Fuchs, Sr., returned Wednetday arty Florida In. .the...w'"County 01 Dad., State d '

to their home In Buena ... Wells II.... **.. Plot| Donlt t, MONEY IN THE BANK!
panLot 54 I. &rtinn T...".>'IP M ..
"V &
Vista . ." R... It Eoot. ."... .,.. 7. A.... ..'nl
or 1- I I. the Co..11at Dade.
"Contractor F L. WebsterIs FI..ld.. Steto 01

already at work on a house t The s..wmest. at mid I""""* and..
for E. Chronicler! of Miami to X.71 r wSBTS .Was. the same of I
be built opposite Mr. Cushman's -j.ar.4Si.rrTS.. be No
house in South Homestead. . d..crlb"" l therein will|| .be Kt[ "to thj I
k"'."' "*!" ., th. Court H i
Mr. Chronlster if a plaster, Is door
"" the lint Monday '" the "'."" of ** PRICED BELOW THE MARKET
married and what is best of all IUot sure. Uti IMl' whkb II the '* day "' **

--has come to stay and make Dated this Till day of Jan*. 1.O.
his permanent home with us . ." KB: LEATHPRMAN Ork,
circuit court. I** Florid
CwintF. d.
-"Mrs. B. G. Branch and children Clrmii Curt Snlft

and Mrs. Branch's sister _(June M SO. Cif.SJ I IRfll., D 1(41)C) 19M WILLYS FORDOR SE1936 CHEVROLET 2-DOOR

DAN-Worth considering for Sedan-In excellent condition I

Driving' in the Rain bring ADDED hazards cheap transportation. throughout. I

to motoring Vision always" be-

Rain _ comes dimmed. Vou-or w'*-
40- \
\ cannot stop raln. But7. n

rrF protect against Its sometimes '1937 FORD "60" 2-DOOR Se
costly consequences. With low
dan-Good Mechanically ; 4
cost Insurance we provides

good tires; original paint:

STUNGckoms .

"at" CM C46 rww. 1936 OLDSMOBILE -&" Sedan 1935 CHRYSLER 4-DOOR Se

.1 A;-Been ISIS well cared for II I dan. Well worth.. 1153.00

Have a few Used BedsSingle


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Announcement is made this Musselwhite. party I The, marriage of Chesley Eugene:, Charlotte Hagberg of Miami and

week of the marriage of Mrs. The bride came to Homesteadfrom Astra \ Saunders Jr., of Homestead nc( a graduate of Ponce De Leon High *f

Pauline Hinman and William C.i I Marshville Ga., fifteen Friday evening at Hotel Seminole. I I I Mill Gussle Hagberg of Miami School. J",'
Ewing at 8 o'clock. June 19, at years ago. They were presented with a took The bridegroom was graduated :&
place Saturday afternoon at
the home of the bridegroom's The bridegroom came to the threewaylahtii'll\ floor lamp I 3 o'clock at Everglades, from Homestead High School in \
mother Mrs. H. H. Ewing, on East 'Redland District with his parents from the chapter. 1940. He Is now employed by the
Eighth street The Rev. HarleyR. i in 1910. He was graduated from i Angel food cake and Ice cream | Mr.\ and Mri. C. E. Saunders, American Telegraph and Telephone .I

Core of Redland performedthe I Miami High School and attended were served. II | parent of the bride-groom, Miss Co., in Savannah. 7
Irene Gardler of Hialeah
a cousin
ceremony In the presence of Wisconsin University. For sometime | Present were: Mr. and Mrs. A. I ,
of the and Alfred
a few relatives and friends. I II he was employed in the Mia- R. Livingston Mr. and Mrs. Chas.G Saunders, his brother attendedthe WOMAN'S: CLUB PLANS |
The rooms were decorated with I mi post office, and he Is now Turner Mr. and Mrs. Sam J. FOOD SALE FOR JULY It ,

I lilies and roses. serving as one of the local rural Davis, Capt. and Mrs. S. S. Le-l The ceremony.bride if a daughter of Mrs. I I Plans for a food sale to be held '"'

Mrs. William Musselwhite and mail carriers. He also has farmIng Cain, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Caves, !I July 12 were made at a meetingof

Charles (Bunny) Becker were the I Interests. | Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Meybem, Mr.\ 'I the Woman's Club of Home- '
attendants.The They are living in Mrs. Hin- land Mn. Geo. Griffin of !Miami AD ASTRA TO HAVEPOTLUCK I stead Tuesday afternoon In the

man's home In Ponce de Leon. i Mrs. Lloyd Deitz, Mrs. Geo. W. SUPPER: clubhouse. Proceeds of the sale
bride wore a figured silk The newlyweds were honored Turner Jr., Mrs B. G. Branch. \Members of Ad Astra Chapter I]i will be used for the piano and
jersey street length frock, whiteiaccessories of the O. E. S. and .
their families
Friday at a grilled steak supper
; | Mrs. Edw. Brooker Mrs. J. A. II roof fund.
and gardenia corsage. cooked by Mr. and Mrs. CooperIn Daugherty, Mrs. Herbert Katz will hold a pot-luck supper at I Mrs. Jas. Me Crea Mrs. Musselwhite was clad in the home of \fr. Mrs. A. R
their out-door fireplace, and and malntance chairman
Misses Esther and Helen Livingston land imported
navy sheer, and the bridegroom's, they were presented with a floor''I and Miss Estelle Turner. : Livingston on July 11, It was decided ',,repairs that have been made -
mother wore white. i I at a chapter meeting Friday ,
I lamp from the group. i --- j Ion the clubhouse. "
Ice cream and cake were served Those present were: Mr. and i' MR. AND MRS. BETIIEAl I night In the I. O. O. F. hall. ,i Three new members, Mrs. A. L.. ,.;
after the ceremony. Mrs. Bert Colburn Mr. and Mrs. GIVE: i iE"C I The altar was draped In honor '!' Campbell \\Irl.1 1K.. Haai and .'

Present beside those named Nick Franchville, Mr. and !\Ira'i i, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Bethea j of a past grand patron of the Mrs. E: C. Witheaur were vo'ed' q
were: Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Ivey Musselwhlte. and Mrs. Ivey I watermelon at their grand chapter of Florida \Max into the club.
a cutting
Mr. and Mrs. Harry E. Cooper I Mr and Mrs. Ewing, Mr. Becker, gave Ahfitz. IPI.ent |
| home in Naranja Monday
evening -
and daughter Janice and .Mr. and :the host and hostess. i '
i I j at the meeting were: i iIr. ,:MR. AND MRS. REYNOLDS t' .
I The guests wt'refr.: and Mrs. \\ and Mrs. Chas. G. Turner GIVE FISH FRY ::0
FRIENDS GIVE MISCELLANEOUS BRIDAL I Roy Wittenwyler Mr ond Mrs. I| \Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Meybem Mr. i I Mr. and Mrs. Paul Reynolds

I Russell Hamrna and Mr. and !Mrs.I i and Mrs Sam J. Da'la.Ir.\ and;' entertained the managers of the i
Frank Halladay and daughter Mrs. W. B. Ca"l'I.Ir.. and Mrs. I Royal Palm Ice Co. with a fish ;y.
I Sally I S. S. LcCa.n: \Mr. and Mrs. Livingston fry at their home Friday evening

.. Mrs. John Exerell Lewis Gifts were received from: :Mrs ..........,.,.."...................._....,.......,......."..1 Mrs. Gussie Joiner. Mri | The guests included: Mr. and v
former Miss Priscilla Fread was t.1\1. A. Mowry MrsA.. T. Tomerlin. J. W. English Airs Lloyd Deitz, I Mrs T. B. Gilliam and Mr.\ and
given a miscellaneous shower The Calendar I Mrs. Harold Sheffield Mrs. Edw. Mrs H. C. McConnell of Miami-
yesterday. afternoon at the homeof Mrs. R. E. Sherard Mrs. Wayne .".......,............-.-..-..........,......-....- II I Brooker, Mrs. Geo. W. Turner,
; Adams, Mrs. Ossle Gilmcr, Mrs.Edw I I and Mrs Everett Blown of
her sister Mrs. Mc Kinley Har- I Little Mrs. Geo. Campbell June 30-Meeting of Art Clubin I Jr., Mrs. J. A. Daughterly, Mri. fdm" Beach, Mr. and Mri.'Bob" J

dee by Mrs. Wm. Taunton Mrs. I, Mrs E. L. Lawrence. Mrs. Cole Chamber of Commerce at 81a. B. G. Branch Misses Esther and Brown of West Palm Beach, J.:' b

Joe Hardin and Miss Leola Little. 'Koll VlcCE'llIo.In.. Bessie Dnr- m. Helen Livingston and Miss Alice' A. Prucha of Miami and E. Cod- |

The house was decorated In low Miss Mary McNelll, Misses) July Redland Home Demon- ', \Macomber. well of Coconut Grove. f
pink blue and white cut flowers. Anna and Mary Moon Misses Alta oration picnic at home of Mrs. A. I There will be no meetings during : >

Gifts were presented to Mrs. Le. and Ellen Vann Miss Marybelle D. Brannon. j the summer. The next meet-1 I For results Leader ..
wig In a large box ,decorated with Gibbs, Miss Nella Sauls, Miss Hazel -\ July Meeting of Homestead ; Ing will be held Oct 3, In the I II I use .
the same colors. Sullivan and Logan Fread. W. S. C. S. in church at 3 o'clock.\ O O F hall. I Enterprise Classified Ad, ,.

Mrs. Floy Watson and Mrs. Taun- I July Meeting of Legion Auxiliary | .

ion were winners{ in a slogan :MIAMI: CHORUS HONORED in Legion hal ,
July 3-Fourth of danceIn I
contest and Mrs. J.
d guessing AT srrrni IN REDLAND I / /
Chamber of Commerce build I
Tom Vann and Mrs Watson were
The Miamians a woman's cho-
winners In a doll dressing contest. rus of the O. E. S. of Miami and ing.July 7-Business meeting it :
Punch and cookies served.Prerent .
were I I
I besides hostesses and I their families were entertained Homestead B. P. W. C. in Cham- I
Sunday evening at a chicken dinner i ber of Commerce at 8 p m.
honor guest were: Mrs. J. H. Dod- by Capt. and Mrs S. S. Le- July 7-Garden C'ub meeting a: "na .yo., :.a t\1"
won, Mrs. Geo. Lorton Mrs. C.
Cain at their home on Bauerdrive. I, Homestead Woman's Club bjild'ing -
W. Little. Mrs. H. E Redin.i : lawDIXIE
After supper, the group .
Mrs. J. G. Wynn, Mrs. Gerda DRUGJACK
played games and sang. Harry I! July Business meeting of
Mrs. J. R. Mrs.J. .
Fread Byrum
Mac Minn Is director I of the clio-j Junior Woman's Club in clubhouseat 1
E. Mrs. B. F. | POLK
Lewis Collier. HOWARD JOHNSONPhones
rus and Mrs. Harry Christen it' 8 o'clock. ,
Mrs. Hardee, Mrs. Vann Mrs.' accompanist.In I! July Meeting of Homestead Homestead, Fla. 30 and S101
Watson Miss Phylis Jensen Miss i t7VIil
y. ..t Geraldine Relti and Miss LJllle the party were': Mr. and Mrs I Woman's Club at 3 o'clock. i
Little. Hayes Wood. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis' July 11-Food sale of Home-I full pint Puretest E I

Moore', Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Rou- stead Woman's Club. I' CHOOft ANY I"v. Rubbing Alcohol l
I July 11 Luncheon
selle Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hayes meeting of m
BEDLAND CLUB PLANS Mr. and Mrs. Frank Nichols, Mr. Episcopal Auxiliary at Blackford f full pint Mi 31 Solution >.1
and Mrs. Robert Watkins, Mr.
j Final plans for a picnic for the and Mrs. W. R. Mc Kinsey Mr : 1 100 Puretest Aspirin Tablets

Redland Home DemonstrationClub and Mrs. Geo. Fahnestock, Mr. Christen, Miss Jean
Hayes and I .;
Her is a real value for Choose two \
members were made at a and Mrs. Mac Minn, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Mac Minn. I you. any
| You
of these three Items at the above price.
held at the
work meeting Friday I
. need all these item In your home so be extra
uuuuuuUUhuuhuu . . . .. .
home of Mrs. D. M. Brannon. The : \ \ \ \ \ thrifty-jt several various combinations. In

picnic will be held July 1 at the : ti: that way you get big saving*.
borne of Mrs. Brannon. :

Miss Eunice Grady, county F CHOtCE2 FOR 69 tCOMBINATION .
home demonstration agent Instructed
ttitti All ALL IOAII rtooucn
members in the uphol- I .

try of chairs. THitm root COMIIMTION I
Presentvere: Mrs. W. D. VAlUJj

ban, Mrs. Seymour Dane, The Bride \ tube FUNGI-REX and
W. January Mrs. J. A. !! Ma-I I

ham, Mrs. W. K. Han, : tub Rexoll Milk of tube RIX-SALVINE

D. Wysong, Mrs. A. E. Magnesia TOOTH PAST
I wore No matter how remedies
Mn. E. A. Carter, Miss Grady and have tried "
I : and 4 oz. size Pureteit you may
Mrs Brannon. this
: SODIUM PERBORATE treatment without success nee- forGet try

the sparkd8c VALVE yourself what it can doling
teeth that for you.
tome 39c 99c value,
HER hair proper cleans- FO* BOTH
-T Enjoy( swept a pompadour, Inf. _. FOR 5 9 Enc

Accurate .i made up of ringlets. Deep, soft waves i jk.. STOle 2" "Owen

Vision , in back terminated In clusters of curls.It .

was created especially for the veil Wonder PackageSTATIONERY COMIINATION VALUI

she chose individual fun pint Klenzo Antiseptic |
t. ,'. original. Be i
and Dental MinorVALUE
t sure to see us. We'll make you your Be sure.to.r. and
chic| light B.amoficht
heel i .a 'IIIereaeer loveliest on this Important Day I .. tlonery value. Illuminate mirror for crit-
==J ., tares'retress I 71 SHEETS-71 ENVELOPES.leal examination of mouth
la new wort AO cowl Phone 269 for AppointmentAlice's I VEUUM. and value.teeth. Here Is a big 1.

Dr. B. F. Stebblrw t I VALUE 23 cant FOR I
Dr. L. W. Stebbirs1JIJ Beauty Parlor a )RUN m muff
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F ,W. FUcler St, Missal : ,
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Phew J-tll McCwy none i-w : I

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.J Friday, Jane 27 1941 THE HOMESTEAD LEADER-ENTERPRISE Pare Sever


Stress GoodNutrition I Iron Sources Shown in New Chart

. r Social Events --I As

Defense NeedToday I l IRON_ COPPER

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: MRS BEVO WEBB GIVES TEA HONORING nutrition authorities an, M.t1M9 4" ...e __ __,___. __ __._ 1

stressing the need for guarding the: HEART ...0 '
MRS. national 'health In carrying on aeffective

program of defense, 1:I IIS SII...._
I calling attention to the importance ';
Mn John Whichard the former 1 I den flowers and star jasmine
I of proper food it is pointed out thai e
Miss Eleanor Kendrick and:i Mrs. Julian H. Webster presided a survey has revealed that approximately BEEF 4" ,

I Mn. Burrell McVay of Hattiei- '|lat the punch bowL and she wai are living 45 million below the of our"safetyline"population i qA YEAI ... eit &

1 bur Miss. who has been visitingher I assisted by Miss Alta Webster of what la considered an adequatediet ..
3% Inath -
Mill Virginia Frick and Miss Vara
brother-in-law and sister Mr. !
What factors essential
Rheney.The are out
and Mri. Bevo Webb were honored foods to assure that the diet fully y.5a 1tmu....,'" -
1 guests Included: Mrs H 9
I meets body needs Protein la .4"
by Mrs. Webbat necessary
at a tea given -
G. Thurman Mn Lonnie L to build and repair body IAMB C '
Highway r
Kina ) 'j'
home on (
her "Me
I I Hood. Mrs J. R. Rutland Mrs. : tissue. There must be vitamin to .6.teewa..r.e/C.sw '
Friday afternoon. ill.I G. Wynn Mrs. Chas H. Stet promote growth and protect health I ilK a e.nte-wGw.1w-
t In, the'receiving line with the I fan? Mrs C. Hagler Rice Mn :i and calories to supply heat and 40. 0-.4 I
I Minerals, such Iron, Fowl
energy. as copper
hottest and honor guests were I Geo. N.
Wakcfield Mrs. W. R
f phosphorus and calcium, are
Mrs W. B. Mills sister of Mrs.I Anderson Mri. B. M. Hmdman needed to build blood, bones and em coos II I,_" I
, i.t Whichard Mri Frank Webb and i Mrs Geo. Frlck, Mrs. W J. teeth.
. Miss Bertha Mill Hausman. 'I Clark, Mrs.MC. J. Farman, Mrs: I Importance of Iron MOLASSES l t'jJ IMt"._ AER I

The dining room was decorated!''I Lee H. Lehman Mn. Frank Skill, In considering> the minerals t5tat/diw( log Fr'IGfU'U
with pink gladoli and white lilies. Mrs Charles Denby Mrs. Labs needed medical authorities pointto o I IE (

1'1 The porch adjoining made an attractive I Bishop. Jr., Mn Ansel Barrow. the special importance of iron \ .. aoua C MMON .
blood builder. It ranks firsts -
j setting for the punch! Mrs.V.. E. as a \
I i I Rheney and :'11. among the nutritive elements; in 4511 fOQD5 ,
. +r bowl which was banked with gar Esther LKInston.! this respect. 4 owe INCLUDE IIIITS

- i The iron In the body' of an.average .' '
- ", : adult .I only about the weight 110. infheDC&. I

of a penny but this element Is vitalto OATMEAL' ,..,. w t. I
Il health Iron enters Into the structure !II e nd
Crocheted Runner For Your Buffet of every t body cell. Iron ;: t .'
Is a constituent t' hemoglobinor I FaulTrfi s. .
red pigment of the 25 trillion ::11'''Ii
.... .
I or more red blood corpuscles, and
I thus helps' to carry oxygen to every -We.
V lY part of the body. MILK Big
A Food rich in iron must be addedto
the diet at six months ot curlier O Tel t

I .nd continued throughout lifer according .
'A to nutrition authorities.The .
adult requires at least 1- milligrams deficiency is the principal cause ef of the American Medical" Awwciation -
I of lion daily. anemia was first advanced in 1880! presents the most uptodateInformation
I In If !9. a serious form of anemia on the iron and copper i
Iron Present Anemia known as pernicious anemia was content of our common food. I h*
The penalty for an :insufficient described. In the year 19J1: Drs. iron of fowl In better utilitril ,in the'
. iron supply i is a condition known Minot, Murphy and Vhippie were presence of swell amount* o( cop
a* nutritional anemia, characterized awarded the Nobel prize in medicine per. Liver, which head: the list, 1*
I fatigue digestive disorders for their discovery that liver recogmted as pre-eminent among
and other symptoms, was effective! in the treatment of blood-building fond
j As early as 400 to 600 B.C.. a pernicious anemia which was previously An average adult would be assured -
10i condition corresponding to anemia regarded as a fatal disease an adequate daily supply of
i i Bail r t ,l described the iron if
y? was by Hippocrates the following amount of
Source of Iron
Jig t'v 3 F4y tce' Father of Medicine i : Menghml 1 an foods art taken each day: 2 servings -
Italian I Ie given credit a* th The accompanying chart carry- of meat (1 serving of liver
, i to discover iron in the bio' the seal of acceptance of tho each week) i 1 sow; t servings of
iI I 1747. The present view thr' iiliee on Foods and Nutrition vegetables; 2 servings of fruit.

DR.M.A.BERGERDentist .

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.I 300 simple crocheted motifs that tog can pick up and wor< en *. CMmoments.
,. 24 el the same motif will make an unusual doily or c.f--ji / sum a e owes
'i Just 4)!Of't distinctive ehtii set -and they cost only VA cents aas:,.'
Whit; mercerised crochet cotton will ,be effective for a 11; runner, but you might try color for a chair set or doily. Dirccti.4 s
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Fla. alone with that old cook stove I
when you can own this lInuNew CALROD Surface Unit

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her daughter, remained in Gainesville
with her grandparent New Petunia Champion} ,

In and AroundHomestead ville Mr*.and A. W.her Farrell daughters! of Jackson Emily I Bred by Secret Method UF; ,

and Inez, arrived yesterday to
AH-double dark blue petunia Blue
visit Mri. Fan-ell's uncle and Brocade which won the silver
aunt, Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Edwards. I medal la the All-America contest
Mn. S. S. Beam and her niece, for new Lowers for IM1 was produced ,
Mn. Gwendolyn Washburn, returned bjr a secret process which
---- plant breeders throughout the world
Sunday from a visit in
Dr. Robert P Crow .* Chicago Ga. He have been trying for years to dlsI ttw
I jDamacui I WM accompanied Shelby, N. C. They were accompanied cover.I .
will arrive today to spend a few her by two nl_. Miss by Mrs Wm. Fox. I
I The secret Is. bow to make
a I a
days visiting Dr and Mn. J A.1Smith Maggie Craft, sister of M. W. I double petunia bear teed. Breeders

in Homestead and hit sister I I Craft of Homestead, and Mill Mr. and Mri. O. B. Parker, accompanied i I to this country have never done it,
Miss Marguerite Crow, a Mary Frances Nelson of Shelby- by W. E. Rheney and to far aa 1* known. To produce
nurse at the Kendall hoapttal.Mn. ville, Tenn. MIll Craft and Mm seeds they take pollen from double
II hla daughter, Vera, left ;yesterday
Florence Crow of Chicago, Nelson will visit Mr. and Mn. E. flower, to fertilize aeml-double
for a trip McCormick and
mother of Miss Crow and Dr. 1., Lawrence and Mr. and Mrs. Bowen. which become the leedparenti.
Chester S. C. but the mulling seeds
Crow, spent several days this week Craft.
never produce 100% double flowering
visiting her daughter and Dr. and -
Chas. H. Steffanl will leave planta. Only a certain portion,
Mn. Smtih. Mr. to forty cent, double.A .
and Mn. Oeo. Chamberlain Monday to attend a county agents'conference up per are
and baby ton left Monday for at Camp McQuarrie Japanese breeder astonished Petunia All Double Blue Brocket
Mr. and Mrs. Oeo. N. Wakefleld their home in Gainesville after a the experts several years ago by Won Silver Metal ia UUAIUnse*.'
and their children Barbara and vtait with Mr. Chamberlain' July announcing that he bad solved the lea COlI,"" "
... and bred wont."
problem all-double
Norton, left yesterday for Daytona 'mother, Mn. Quinnle Sherard. an Three other awards were .
petunula attain since when he has
Beach where Mr. Wakefield la attending I, .* CITY selected ten different colors He petunlai this year. First Las>,$ '
a conference oj teachersof Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Lee had asweekend nil kept hit secret well. BlueBrocade silver medal Is considered to be I \
By Mrs. W. W. Sever
agriculture trades and industrial I is rich violet with the clearest pink yet produced. lie I
a deep ,
Mr Wakefield has( guest Mis Edith Light- -.............--..-.....-..-.- flowers of medium lowers( are of medium size, an |
courses. I foot of Hollywood and Neil Bradyof size fully; bushy dwarf plants, and the Mj
been In Daytona for the past week, Fort Lauderdale brother of The Rev. W. E. Rowell and Roy double, borne on dwarf planta. does not fade the color. {
but returned to Homestead to be i'Mrs. Lee I Chandler returned Monday from American breeder claim to be Radiance, silver medal IsTll
Installed president of the Homestead ,Daytona Beach where they attended making headway in solving the dwarf variety with flowers of cerise I
Rotary Club Wednesday the annual Methodist secret of all-double petunias, and rose touched with salmon. Violet I
Ceo L. Swan underwent an Church conference.Mrs. promise to have iced in another Gem honorable mention lit a]
night. operation In Victoria Hospital four yean. dwarf, small flowered violet.

Monday. Mri. Swan returned
Miss Phyllis Parman returned| Alma Doxsee and daughters
June 19 from Minn. where
Monday from Chicago to spend she had been visiting for severalweeks. ) Shirley Dean and Joanne, Hospital. She If reported to be children spent Wednesday at i

the summer w.th her parents, Mr. I spent last week-end as guest of improving .atisfa drily,. Sable.
and Mri. C. J. Parman. Miss Far- Mr. and Mn. Frank Sheffield of

man has been attending ChicagoArt Miss Ila Jean Irwin Mist Carol Miami.Mr. Mr. and Mri. W. J. A. Robertson Little Dicky Clinton irstl
Institute. left Tuesday on a business
Lee and Blair HIckson returned home form the Kendal
and Mn. Norman Satinl trip to Fort Pierce. brought
Tuesday from the Presbyterian and children are Visiting here in Hospital Thursday.
Lieut Edwin Lawrence will
conference at Mount Dora. Joe
for Orlando before their trailer car on the Charles Miss Isabel Hecker of Miami
leave today Hickaon, Jr., and Mill Ann Hick-
going to Philadelphia to enter the SOB went to Mount Dora Mondayto Clinton property. spent the last week-end visitingher Getting Involved

sjuartermaaten' school there. brief the group back. mother, Mri. Charles Becker.Mr. The teacher sought to Imp
Little Charlie Barker, son of
on her young pupil the fact $Jhrtl

Richard Wittkop of Detroit: arrived Mr. and Mrs. Fred Barker, under ., and lira. Harry Lough of thing could not be subtracted]
Elbert: West and Harry and
went a minor operation at the
Wednesday to vest his' Wayaeaboro. Va, were _.wee.knd from one another unless fegrj
brother and Ictor-iA-iaw Mr. Hugh Bowes returned Tuesdaynight James Archer Smith HospitalThursday. guests Of Mf. and Mn. J. H. SimMr were of the lam dnonlna4
from a visit inr Metier, Ga, '
JIIQJ\I. For example, the contineH'
Md Mn. Stanley Wittkop.Mr. .
and Daytona Beach, Fla.
"we cannot Uk five apple
Mn. J. W. Freeman i* confined and Mn. E. W. Cevery and six bana ..." '
and Mn. T. L Kirby had Mn. Lawrence Smith of Homestead to her home with aa Infected foot .
daughter, Joan of Miami *ere Then the'JOlIn genius .,
M their guest Tuesday Mn. Roy I II visiting her brother-in-
I visitors here Sunday. up. There I II always at least *J"
Morgan and Mn. Ruth Mason, I Uw and lifter Mr. and Mn. Ro- Mn. Clyde ;underwent an in every classroom. H* aid: "114 ]

both of Miami and George Howell bert C. Campbell, In Elizabeth appendix operation Friday evening I Mrs. Johnny Becker and children can't we take five apple
of Athens, Ga. Mn. Morgan Qty, na.Mn. .
.the James Archer Smith: and Mrs Harold Rohrer and three trees?"-I*.
and Mr. Nowell are cousin of ):

Mn. Kirby. W. W. Beathea of Naranja! .

I returned Sunday; from a visit with
C. J. Parman left last night on her parents Mr. and Mrs. S. T.

a business trip to St. Louis Chicago I Skipper, In Gainesville Marlyn
Cleveland and New York. '
I' -

Mr. and Mn. S. E. Livingstonhad

a* guest Tuesday and Wednesday I I 1I

Mr. and Mri. Wm. Dabney I
and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hunt all I UseRedland

of Chester, S. C.

Dr. and Mn. Frank Hausmanleft I

Friday to visit their nephew
and niece Mr. and Mn. E

Sherry in Bronxvllle, N. Y. S'I Brand

Mr. and Mrs. Jack Polk have

their guest for two-week Mr.
and Mn. J. B. Shr.rp of Hender

son,' "Texas, and their son, Jimmy

Jr, and Mn. John Mayfield: FertilizerOn

cf Slydal, La.. and her daughter's It happened
I Jeancll and Marjorie. The group

\ arrived yesterday. Mrs. Sharp and I ao suddenly . .
Mn. Mayfield are listen of Mrs.

hIt.a .
It happened to fast it Just

Mn. Sylvia Atkina of Redlandis )left, me helpless. I called Your Groves

visiting her son-in-law! and ,
dauMr." and Mn. John H. Turner I n* immediately

Roberta in Tallahassee. and thing went monthly

I Richard Carrell of Pigeon Key without my ruperviiloA. For

; 'underwent an appendicitis friends when needed, callTurner's For Results
ton! in the ames Archer opera-I I

i, Hospital Wednesday. Funeral! 'HomeMBIAMBCLANCK I .
I I ie I
Mia Mavis Watt of Homestead
left Wednesday for vttt with .

{j' ,relative In Study Drove. Lady Attendant

PkM lit ilessestead

Cleland from Lawrence a vacation returned trip yesterday to- Florida. East Coast fertilizer Cot



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I : can be removed from wood
i'I Serve a Surprise Cake for Partyor !! STAINS by bleaching with ox.1
Dinner Dessert alto acid. Prepare the acid by dts-|
I I solving about 10 es. of crystals in
f Serve a surprise cake for dessert I 1 ,al. hot water, thee add nor unto]
saturation la complete.
and five distinction to the home Brush the hot acid wish onto the!
' dinner or a party feast. Any kind I stained area and allow It to remain1for
at least to ten hours. FoU|
of cake will do-a big one or individual eight
1 low by removing all traces of the
cakei. Cut off the
! cup till IN acid with several rinses ot clear1
top scoop out a cavity, and fill water. '
with the "surprise". Replace the When the wood Is thoroughly dry.!
top and cover with a luscious sandpaper well before applying the;,
sweetened condensed milk frost- desired finish.Q. .
ing. These frosting art quick and I t < .-Can: paint be applied to nr->
: 'Idea furniture which has alraadyj!
easy to make by failure-proof : ' .. ." : ,. :'
._.. ''' rusted con.lderabl"A.RllltlRetalla?
recipes but they are as smooth .w9.\.,.. .. : : : \ . fi/ ;: readily painted,'
I . .
and creamy as the most tempera- ;HI. : I
mental kind that take four or five 1 I I by vigorous wlre-bruthtng. This'

time as long. I .aJ t i a aeeansu /. treatment assures a solid clean sur-
1 face for the firm adhesion of paint.
Here are suggestions for the A house to delight those who
Apply a priming coat of pure red,
need only a few rooms but wish
surprise fillings: Cut the tops off them generous In site. The .aArM [ lead paint, which acts as more than
big cup cakes, fill the cavities I screened porch, deep casement a protective coating, being an Inhibitor .'
with whipped cream or custard, windows I and doublepurposearbor of rust as well, preventingthe
replace tops and cover with magic give distinction and a possibility ot further corrosion.For .
chocolate frosting. Hollow out sense of sire that Is Impressive.The a flat finish apply over the
loaf cake-after the top has been plan Is economically) and 4- a 3vscy. red coats lead of paint primer composed body and of equal finish
cut off-and fill with ice cream.I conveniently arranged. There I white
.o oe parts by volume soft paste
'la much light and a feeling of
Replace top and cover with the The I lead and lead mixing or lead reduc1Ing
chocolate frosting. Or fill with openness. hedi well-propor room, I I Il I oil. After thoroughly mixingI

, sliced bananas or other fruit, replace tioned flvinlf room, give a feel-, -et.00a. es.e. I these Ingredients, tint as desired,

I top, and cover with Sur- yet of provides additions: for spaciousnessand necessary prl :No space la wasted, and ample closet apace ia provided for < with For colors-ln-oll.a gloss finish substitute high
prise Rainbow Frosting I both bedroom. quality enamel for fiat finish coat,
Enamel will not remain sticky on:
Surprise Rainbow Frosting the fenestration the entrance, and the excellent proportions
th'P.'* fine details, pleasing contrasting benches and chairs under body bear
2/3 cup sweetened condensed milk tf modern home located In tn,e Southwest give It an unusual charm. This property was assigned like a gloss finish oil p.lnt.Q.How .
4 tablespoons butter a valuation of 14,650 by the Feders,1,I Housing Administration. Monthly payments on a maximum rnort.over thick need a concrete,
gage In relation to the valuation, a period of 2S years, would average about 114. exclusive ef laid
1 floor be when
t teaspoon vanilla, I II Use and hazard Insurance. Sim,liar properties located to ether climates will vary la cost. garage earth dir.ctlZon
3 1/4 cups sifted confectioners'(4x the
I Inches should suffice.
) (about) I i IU-r Bey
sugar with salt and pepper, dip In pan, stirring In two tablespoons densed milk pack the ground down firmly.!
Cream sweetened condensed flour beaten egg and soft crumbs I of Tour one cup of milk or cream''Iii teaspoons cocoa Q.-Is there window screaalnal
milk and butter together. Add vanilla and place In a greased- pan. Bakein and the cup of stock made from I Few grains salt small enough to keep out gnats

blending well (Other flavoring a hot oven (480 degree F.) the ,Ibletl. If you like, add a few Hs cup boiling water midgets Insects?! and ether varieties of small
may be used.) Add sifted minutes bastIng button mushrooms. Serve the
I from thirty to forty ; A.-Ye* Screen manufacturers
confectioners' sugar gradually, frequently with onefourthcup chicken with the gravy poured Throughly blend sweetened condensed 1 make a screen cloth which gwaenl-
beating until! smooth and light in of fat melted in onefourthcup around ItMagic milk, cocoa and a few ly proves effective. Host '
color. This frosting may be tinted of hot water. grains of salt in the cup In which carry screens up to 1Iards'deal.R : :
any color by addition of a speckof j the cocoa is to be served.: Addi COMB which should
food coloring. Pale tints are When the chicken Is done, make Cocoa !. the Cap i I boiling water and blend well before protection Screens smaller Dun t,
a gravy from the fat left In the IV tablespoons sweetens con- serving. mesh are Inadvisable as they nettle*
most attractive. Spread on cold I tenUlauoav .
I cake. Makes eoungh frosting to

24 top cover cup and tops cakes sides of of 2 (9 loaf Inch cake) layers or about or I I;I Men and Motors-The New Army on Wheels I'' I II

Magic Chocolate Frosting
2 squares unsweetened chocolate
1 1/3 cups: ((15 01 can) sweet

ened condensed milk s .t r
1 tablepsoon water
Melt chocolate In top of double ,

boiler. Add sweetened condensed milk and stir over rapidly boiling -
water 5 minutes until thick. r
Remove from heat. Add water.
Cool Spread on cold cake. Covers

tops of two 8-inch layers or topiand ),
sides of loaf cake or about' .r

24 cup cakes. (To cover tops and I I
Ides of two B-inch layers double

Stuffed Cabbage

1 hard head of cabbage

2 cups cooked, diced ham, beefor tr re >4 t o

2 cups of cooked rice
1 egg

1/8 teaspoon mace
1/8 teaspoon poultry dressing

1 tablespoon lemon juice y r
2 tablespoons melted butter

Salt and pepper
Combine the diced ham, beef
or lamb with the cooked rice, add n rf

egg, slightly beaten, salt, pepper,
mace. poultry 'seasoning, lemon 1-
juice and'melted butter Mix well.)

Cut off top of cabbage and scoop,I
out to a large pocket and fill with i
this mixture three quarters full.

Put cabbage top on. Tie cabbage I v
in a moistened sheet of
paper. Steam for 1 hour. Serve I
with chopped parsley.

Chicken, Maryland style I r-
2 chickens
Flour I

Salt and pepper

Breaad crumbs t
1 cup milk or cream I
% cup butter or other mild fat

2. eggs _
Clean and disjoint young chickens -!

leaving the breasts ",'hole'l ;
Put the necks and giblets Into cold I Uncle Sun's motor ed force-the new army en wheel*-is rymboluedoy foot-bridge units. Upper right doughboys ot the Fourth Division start die'
water tile "dawn patrol" of Chevrolet 4 heavi...., trucks shown crae the day's work with mules Lower lefts Rugged, four-wheat-drivo trucks roll
and simmer to obtain acup' bottom of the At thai left, trucks Another familiar
| photo. upper rumble acnesis I through tnt"foteell" when sweoeary. Lower righti
of sock for the ,rav,. 10-ton.cspecity ponton bridsj*. built by airy engineers at a practice Chevrolet 4x4 carries a post command lepton fOritdltoc.rd-w
Sprinkle each piece of chicken) |maneuver sa 41ft naautesj. .la the foreground iI. Chevrolet r caozUlg of_ diynioiuAB fkQfetjsweUfcM! N_Fort,Mrg;9Friday. ,-





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ra urn Notice I* hereby File lilt Steve that Tkoo.doru Notice la hereby File liven lutk that Bailtwlokln CLASSIFIED -

NOTICE U HEREBY GIVEN that Bailey. holder aa Maltne of City ... holder. aa aaila-ne of City of: ADS
Thundering ..0... .holder aa atelfnee of I lot HonaatMd Tax Onlflrnloi Nanikere.4 H_..... Tai mlflora KuanWeodJ, 11
City 1 "_d Tit OrrlflrateelNumbered Illfl and 417J. dated the 4tk d.d II4T aaard thf wtk day of Gene:AD, :1'.II

I7<1, t?, 1744, (771ffts .ua*, A. 1>. 101'. has fled Mid 6ml.flratea IM7 hu filed MM Certificate" In, mroffice RATE: First Insertion 16f a line subsequent Insertions
IM1. 12 ,1, IK S2U4. HOT. 12, Itten I. my offlr*. and ban made ap.pllrntlon i and hai mad application lor ,
1210 Mil. 1211 1214. Ull 1214. for t.. deed ta beu thereon [ Ua deed to bau* thereon in Resettlement, 54 a tills

117) I21. 1220. dated the. I.h day of I. accordant with I... Said terltfi.COM with law laid Certificate enhrara the -- "_ ... ___ou __ ou __
Deermoer A. D 1.27. has filed gold enbrara the. following dearribednr I f.illowlni I described property. illuated. -- - .
Certificates In my office and Iou mad ..P>rty. Dismissed ,. Dad eou..,. I ..... lounur, Florida twit r-
application for ui deed U beoo thcfcoa 1, FiorUa. twit Lot II. Block 4. Lincoln' Park A.l FOIl RENT 1\ C- -S-H. Do not ask for term.
l> accordance with .taw. Said Certlfl.eetae Lot 11. A..... Addis? In the City dltlon. In the City of HieneateadV I
embrace the. following doerr,bed of HoaMHead. County of Dade I County of Dad, Mate of "',bit"". I I Trees need some f.rUUzatJo
property situated I Dad .",.. of Florida nl embraced InI The niieiameat Mid FOR RENT but will
County. Ftorl ot. property under -Fumithrd cottage. 3 you never gel more for
4*, lo-wHl I Coniricat No. 1171 The anrai : Ibo lemfkate .bailed wee In the
Lot 4. Block I. Commerce A Mn. I Mont of Mid property under the. ) nan of Unknown Uabea Mid >nlf. I blocks from ocean on Miami your money It is a giveawayat
to the City of Komaetead County< Md, Certlflrau baud WM /. lb. ...... ....11 be redeemed .......1... ta I Beach, at $20 a ma 2 bedrooms, I 12,200 H. A. Cameron Phone
Name of .....
Dade stated Florid windmill Run.. law. t.. deed will .image thereon oa thepth '
la Certificate No. 1741. ai Th..a.w.e embraced Lot It. Adam* Addn.. In the City day of July A. D. 141 living room. kitchen bath with 72 Homestead Florida. (alltf)

mans of MM property under the I of of Honmlend Florida, a*County embraced of Dad In Certlflcal slate. 141 Dated thai *rd day of Jun. A. D. shower nice yard Will suit 2 I

aid Certificate leaned wai li the No.' 1171 I' couples 4 FOR SALE Tropical plants dtrua .
MM of Unknown.U The' aaaraenent of E. B LEATHERN AN. or pertcni Apply to ,

I. Block I. Commerce Add.. Md property. under the Mid Certlfl.rat Clerk ., Circuit Court. Mrs Lola E. Trepte, 8821 Fron tree and troplCaM fruit Id
bailed was In tk of U. Dud,
h> the. City of ... County. Florida.
of Old*. State of Flo.lcIa. u em h..... Circuit Court Mal de Ave, or phone 62441 SUrf-I season. Jungle Grove, RedlandJ
Unleea Mid Certlflr.tai akall ke re. By N iTERRrrr D C. i road and Plummet
kneed la Certificate No' 2741 Th.MMOoawnt '.f side, Miami Beach
of Mid property anderthe deemed arcordlni/ to taw. tat deed. will Is sue I. II 10 July I, IM1NOTICE > pj8 ,
.bow thereon M the nk day of July
MM Certificate Lewd waa In UM A. D. 1941.Il9Dytd FOR RENT-Small house com- I
of Unknown FOUNDFOUND2
name this Ord day d Z... A. : OP APPLICATION FOR
Lot .. Block I. Connor. Addn. I TAX DEED I pleteljr furnithed Phone 509-J
to tko City of Hom-..... County II LEATHERAN File HX1 jn6tf.FOR
of Dodo. plate of Florid. M embraced Clarkd Circuit Court Notice' b hereby gin that Thee I mulet Owner may
In Certificate No. 17ea. Th.MooMn.it Dade County Morida. done B.I..., holder aa aaalinee of Clly I
of Mid property under Circuit Court .... of Homestead Tax Certificates Numbered RENT-One and two bedroom have same by calling at this
UK Mid Certificate: .bawd wait I. ICHilt and IOOSI dated the' Ird day ell I I office and
8. N. C. ITERRETT t. C. |I apartment Identifying mules and
tkt name _of .UnknownLioi . '"u.. .. II 10. 17. July 4. 1X11 June A. D. 1929 baa filed. sow tertk'flcatea ; electrically
'cl'u s, tommere. wean ii my office and ban made application equipped; fully furnished; paying for ad.
to the of Homeetead. County ut NOTICE OP APPLICATION FOR for tax deed t* bau thereon
-c.Itata ot Florida, aa embraced TAX .DEIU-Tib I4ITI la accordance with. law Batd Certlfl.rate I I clean; reasonable rent; five

hi '. No. 1744 The aaeeaemmt I Notice k .hereby ilvea that Elhaheth. embrace the. followings deecr.bed I minutes drive to Homestead on LOANS
of Mid property under the Rammond holder aa amlinea of Slate property situated In Dade County. Florl.da . I I Federal
Md Certificate I Highway corner Biscayne
bawd WM In UM and County Tax Certificate Numbered to-wlli -

same of Unknown ..... dated the ask day of July. A. DIMS Lot S. Block T. Boulevard Ad.diUon drive at Modello. Eva LOANS TO BUILD, MODERNIZE
Lot .. Block 4. Commerce Add.. .blue filed maid Certificate la nyoffice ra the City of II......... i Collins. REPAIR
hi the. City of Removed. County and haa made application for tax County of Dade State of Flonda (Jed) Residential, Grove
of Dad. State of Florida M nkraood deed t* heard thereon. la accordance Wool, aa embraced I. Certificate N. and Business Property
I. OrUflcoto No. 1771 The law. Said Certificate embrace the. ,... 10011. The' ..leeamenl of gold property FOR RENT 3- droom. 2-bath From $30 to $3 000 from 6
aaiiaamint of Mid property underUo lowlnsr described property altuated In under the sold Certificate baued I mo. to
Mid Certificate issued wu In I Dad Florida to-.101 was In the name of Unknown. house; unfurnished Nice locI 5 years

the .... of H. A. ('._ I Lots Ciu'i.:: Blk S. Waal Cat. Plat Lot .. Block T. Boulevard AddUOoe : tlon. J. R. Brook. (m 18-tf) No Down Paym.nt-No Red
Lot i. Block 4' Commerce Addn., i Book II Pages i. In the County at Dade In the Cloy of Humeatead Tap
In the City of Homeetead County State of Florida County at Dade. state of rlorldaa SMALL MONTHLY PAYMENTS
of Dado State of Florida. aa emkrarod The aamintent of sold property wader embraced In Certificate No. ,FOR RE."lT-Relld.nce In Florida $200 for 36 .
In Certificate No.' (771 Th.noMnament Ih* gold certificate rued waa In the 100IJ. The aaaeaement of u.d prop City;; 3 bedrooms, fireplace, electric mo-Repay $6.39 mo
of Mid property under I name oft Unknown Ualeea sad Certlfl rty under the sold Certificate ... $500 for 36 mo.-Repay $1197 mo.
w sod c.rolllr.t. .Issued warn In rate shall be redeemed accordini, to law, aued was In the' name of UnhnownUnto stove running hot and cold
$1800 for 60
Ibo "mine of U.k...... I llai deed will lame thereon on the ISrdday ** sold Certificate ahall be rat I water, two bathrooms; reasonable mo-Repay $32.M
Lot 11. Hall. A ddn.. In the of July A. D 141 deemed aceordlni to law, tai deed will mo.
City of RomeHeed County of Dado Dated thlt 111 h day of June. A. D. 1..1.1 haw thereon *a the Un day of July rent. Apply Leader-Enter" Ask for FREE Estimates
Sub. of Florida. u embraced In I K B LEATHFRMAN, Clerk, A. D. ,.... I prise
Certificate No. 1201 The late*. I Circuit Court. Dade County. Florida. Dated this Ird day of June. A. D. 1141E. Without Obligation
mint of Mid property under the' Mid Circuit Court rVeJ B LFATHr.HWAN I LOANS
Certificate .baud In the I Clerk of Circuit Court. can be secured to Modern
wait nana I By !oJ. C. STEBBETT D C. | FOR SALE
of Unknown (June SO. 11 July 4. 11. IS. l.41)OTICK Dad Count*. Florid 'I ize and Repair LEASED OR
Lot I*. Hillt Addition In the I Circuit Court Mal MORTGAGED
City of Homrercad. County of Dade. > OF APPLICATION FOB By N. C. STERRETT D. C. MUST SELL-S all Property
..." of Florida u embraced InCertificate TAX DEED-Fll* 14174 (June S. II. SO. I?. July '. 11411 acres cleared We also have F.H.A. LOANS for
No.' 1201 The aaaeea.men Notice I* "hereby .iven that Bailiwick with 20 x 24 house and furniture !- New Homes

ol Mid property under the Mid 1 r Ine. holder aa assignee or City of H_.. NOTICE or APPLICATION FOR | 24 x It shed brooder payable monthlyover
Certificate .bawd waa In the named Mead Tax .../ tea.. Numbered. spot TAX liltED 20-25 jears
Unknown.Lot I dated the Ith day of Pecemher A. D. File 84229 house, rabbits hutches. chickens Let us supply your BUILDING

It. H>ll'a Addition. In he : IU7, has filed Mid Cenlfk.t. In nyoffice Nod. b hereby liven that Th_ i (10 hens 20 pullets). milk
City of Homeitead County of Dade. and ..* made application for dorm Bailey. Molder .. aailine ol City J.EEDS Prompt Service
State. of Florida M embraced In ... deed to 10... .h...... In ......... of Horaeatead Tax CerttftraM NumbemlB I goats-all for $300 cash. S. P. BROOKER LIMBER: ('0.

Certificate No I2.l. Th. aueac with .law Raid Certificate mbracea.n..1: 2I and t at*. dated the 41.b day of I| Eaton, Redland rd., 3 mi north Phone
went of Mid property under the Mid ..l.I'I: property estimated June. A. D. 1211 hu f,,led Mid CertlfIratea Homestead Fla.
Certificate belied Was In the name I Dade to-wlt t In my office and hat made application tt Grossman dr. (jn2"
.f Unknown I Lot 21. Block t. Llnroln) Park. In the" for UI deed to Law therein'
Lot to H.U'1 Addition In the City of H..meatead. County of Dade. in accordance with law Bald Certlfl ';FOR SALE-1936 Pick-up In MISCELLANEOUS
City of Homeitead County of Pade. i State of Florida cuts embrace the following ....Ihod.
Sub. of Florid. as embraced In I The ._m.n. of aald' property under property. situated In Dlda County Florl. I mechanical condition. $225 cash.
Certificate No. Mot. The eaeeee. the gold certificate Uiurd ... In the da Mrs M. Avocado Lodge
went of Mid' property. under the' gold losing, oft Unknown UnleM Mid Certlflrau ). ttl810rk 4. Diamond Park I i I J. Connelly. Rural Rt REDLVND RD.
Certificate intend wu In the named shall ke redeemed Recording to law' In the City of Hnmeitead Countyof i 1. Box 261 (On2 7-Jy4 j i I and Biscayne dr.
Unknown. i tax deed will .bow thereon on the said Dade Stale of llorldn .. embraced Dinners luncheons; rooms withor
Lot II Hall Addition. /In the day of July. A. D 1941. In C.."".... No. IMI Th. FRYERS
Try of Homestead County of Dade | Dated this 17th day of June A. D.. 141F ._....1 of aa.d property under FOR SALE-25c per Ib without meals Phone !58<-W.

Rial of Florida. .. embraced In B LFAfHtRMAN Clerk. the amid Certificate bawd waa In Shanklin Groves, Florida CIt I (ml6-30))
Certificate No. 1207 Th. awrar- Circuit Coin. Dad County. rlorlda. the: name of Mra C N. Maker' !
went of Mid property under the Mid Circuit Court Real Lot I. Block I. Diamond Park (pjy11))
Certificate Mod WM In the nan I By N. C4.ITERFETT. D C. In the City of Homeatead Countyof I QUILTS LAUNDERED 2V nchoBltmkt'u

of Unknown I June 10. 17 ly 4. II. 1*. lUll Dad. State of Florida. ai embraced I HOUSEHOLD GOODS for .lie- double or Singh. and
Lot 14 Hillt Addition In the In Certificate No M2'. Th* .
City of Hnme.tead County of Dade NOTICE OF APPI ICATION FOR emolument of mid property; under I I'| Twin beds complete with mat- bedspreads same pric", M...

..... of Florida .. embrared In TAt DFED-t I. A.4M< the MM Certificate Issued ..... In I I tresses and springs: mahogany Kent Jackson, 115 SI 2nd t.
Certlflrat No IZ" II. The awe Chapter 11467 -Acla. of IMS the name of Inknown '
anent of amid property under the Mid Notice b hereby given that Dan O. Unless Mid CertlflriteeDated hall .lao ...1 I drawer filing cabinet: English Homestead I tiiO tf )
Certlflrau leaned was In the name Brown holder of State and County Tax doomed a0roedinf to tax will tea and other _f
Of Vn n..... Cert'fl..ate No. 8444. lewd the ash day of Issue thereon on the I.u j, day d.r July, wagon furni-hm.
Lot It Hill. Addition' In the A...... A. D. IMS hai filed Mme In I A. D. 1911. Can be seen at Citizens Bank WANTED

City of HnmeMcad County of Dade. me office and bu made application for this Ird diy of June. A. D.I 1 Bldg for next; ten days. Gertrude '
Bate of Florida ai embraced In t tax deed to .b. Issued thereon Bad' "41.
Co.I1./ .... No. 1201. The awe.. Certificate embrace the following dr.irrlbrd E B LEATHFRMAV ] Breslau Fuller jn6-tf. \NTED-Saxopho: irnet
moot of rid, property under the said property In the County of Dade. Clerk of Circuit Co ;rt. I[. in good working -"d Uon
Ortlflrat "based was I. the named State of Morlda. to-wlt
Dad County Florida 1 THREE
Unknown Lot t. Hlock II. Hlaeah Hel.hu. PlatRook Circuit Court Real BEDROOM HOUSE in anted bv widow i ii I nth grade

Lot t4. Halla Addition. In the I. Pan 7o, In the County of Dad. By !oJ. C STERRFTT D. C. i Homestead. Living dining room girl Have good h'IMI> fns" ome
City of Ho......... County of Dade 8tat of Florida. i (June *. II. U 17 July 4. 1411 kitchen
State of Florida. ai embrared In The' .-.wment of gore prop.. angry plenty of large deserving child BfI3"S.
Certificate No I21A The aietai.went i Ith* Mid certificate wee In the Dame oft I I closets hot water Loner half I Homestead
of Mid property under the Mid ..k..... .. NOTICE OP APPLICATION FOR
Certificate .hard was In the Rome Unless uld certificate shall .b* redeemed TAX DEED I poured concrete. balance shlnI ?
0f Unknown according to ,law. tho property File 111' I gles Six lots, family fruit trees TUTORING W Al'TED1;
Lot 17 Rail Addition In the described therein will b* told u the NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that school and grad school subjects
City of Homestead County of Dale hla-heat bidder at the Court House door Bailiwick Ine, bolder ai lie me* nf; $4500 Terms Eleanor Froscher.
State of Florida. aa embraced In on the tint Monday In the month of Aufuel. City of H..mealeeil Tax Certificate*> Phone 526J.PAPAYAS Mrs H J. Armstrong. A. D.
Certificate No. 1211 Th.e-. 141 which .la the Ilk day of Anaut Numhrrrd I4'2. lots and .P444 dated. I Plummer drive and Country
went of Mid property. under the Mid 1941 the 4,h day of June. A, D ml. haa [
Certificate .belied was In the nan Dated this 17tS day f! Jun.. IttlE filed ud Certificates In my office slid 11 5c a pound :Mrs Keitt Club ro.d.CLEAN .

eI Unknown. B. LEATKIRMAN < krkCircuit has male' application for tax deed thow a Jackson 113 S. W. 2nd it
Lot .. Htw rd's Addn., In the I Court Dado County Florida.Circuit thereon In accordance with, law I I
City of Romratead County of Dide. I Court Heal gild Certificate embrace the ftllowlnideicrlbed Homestead (ml<-tf; RAGS WANTED Wlk

,tat* of Florida. .. embraced In Or.tflcat By N Ci7.1 Rrri.; D C property situated In Dale exchange subscription or .dv v-
N. (211 Th. aeweimentof (June to July IIM'FLEENTH County Florida. .....11 t 'FOR SALE-5-acre Persian lime Using for clean Leader
Mid property under the said Certlfl I Lot II Block I. Lincoln Park I rags
gob .baaed WM 'In the nan of IH THI CIRCUIT fOlRT 0" THE!: In the City of Hnniralrod County nf : grove S years old now in full Enterprlw.I .

Unknown n'oIlnA.. CIRCIIT OF Dade. Bate of Florna .. embraced I bloom. No buildings only 2 mile. 1 _---
Lot T. Reward. AM,., In the I rLORIDA IV AND FOR DAUB: In Certificate No. 141.1. Th. aaieia I
City of Homestead County of Dide. COlMVl' In Chancery meet of said properly under the from bank $2.200 cashNOTICE NOTICE OF 4PPLICATION post
State of FiorUa M embraced In Cer.tfkate I mid Certificate bailed was In the I I TAX EEO-Fil. iliaI
No, '21t The a_.m.nt HILL TO FORECLOSESTAX : plains .1 lInkn..n. I I loll.. hereby .1.) ... that Ha111.kk.
of Mid property under the la d Certlfl BALL CF.RTIPtcATBI Lot 14. Block t. Lincoln Park In I OP APPLICATIONFOR : tn.. Inider an ...1... of Ewr41u1..
rate .baaed WM In the nan of I CITY ur HOMESTEAD. n mnniri.pal the City of Homeelead County ofTied. File TAX..DEED.. Drainage Tax Gnlflaats No '..'. 10...
Vn"o..n. corporation, 01lie luu of Florida, .. Slat of Forlda. aa embraced I Notice la si ...1.. Goal. end Ml*. dated the orb day
LeI I. R..rd' Add., In the Plaintiff In Catlfkab; No "... The assessment hereby clvon that 1I.1I1.lrk. 1.1 Auiuat. A. D IMI. Iou filed amid
City eI R........... County of Dado. of amid property under the' aaldCertiflceta low. holder aa aulinee nf City of H_.. Certificate In my of flee. .... has madeapplication
state ot Florida" as embraced I. ern JOBS R DREIBACH. at aU ddcodams. / board wan In the name of stead Tax Certificate aamkired I for saw deed ta awn* .thereo
1147 .
affiliate N. I2IB The assessment UnknownBealn dated the fifth day of De.rember In ncaordanoe With law laid Certlfl.rale .
of Mid property under the' said Certlfl NOTICE or MASTER SALE at I point 110' C. of (WCor A. D.. 1127. haa filed Midcertlfcate embrace the ,0110.... deacrlaedrrpertT
rate .based wu In th* nam* of Week* la barley lira that under and of Wes of SW"4 of NEIL ofSWI4 In for my office deed and. lea madeapplication iltuated In Dad County. Doet.da
lax to bow thereon
Unknown. by authority of the. Final Decree of N. 100. thence NE'ly alone Wall:
Lot t Horard Addn. In the Foreclosure rendered ky the Hoaorabl tarn radius of 410 tr a dlataace accordance with law. Said certificateembraera Lot tu, C. P Adam Adda Plot
City of Rnmeatend County of I>.do. Arthur Come. on* of the judges of the of 4S.. more or lea to Eaat line of ... the following deecrlbcd prop Book I. Paire 4. located In Dad County
Stated Florida M inebriated In sty Circuit Court of tko Eweenlh. Judicial. WH of IWU of NEST \ will Iltuated In Dad County. Florida Dial* of Florida. aa enakracad In Co*.
Illinois N. I2K The aaieannentof Circuit of Florida. In and for Dade County thence t In it Corner eI"'W".W of l" tiflcate No. SMt The aaiewnielit ml
I Lot I. Black t. 8 rrr'10111010..
Mid properly under the Mid fVrtlfl florid.. that certain awe In Mid Courtpendlnl SWH of Nil. of SWI4' thence W In C.un.l rid property under the sate ceetlflrawjbaued
Note .bawd wu hi the nan* of In which City of R_...... a to FOB, ant. nine IM Arrra more I Dado the. State City of of Homeatead rlorida. ,,i was In the name of Unknown.Lot .
Unknown municipal eorporatloa of the Blow of or lea. and helm a part of IH ofWH .... W. 1>. Hornei ukda.. Plal
Lot ,.. Hornets Add'... In the Florida la romplnlnnat, and John RDre.be.cn I of:WH of NES eif s WVi. In Pw. I The ae.ea.mrnt of laid property under ,Book I. Pal 12 located In lad Oeouty -
City of R........... County of Dodo et .... are defendanta, I .. I lion II Townaklp IT Booth. Banie SI I the certificate baud Was In the name ofUnknown I state of riorlda. .* enkraeed aa
Sub *f Florida. M embraced In Or.UficaU .Id renal
spatial Mater In Ckancary appalnled ErIn: the City of HomeHcad County C.rIINo. 1011 The liae-mand
aba I h
cat redeemed
No.' 1217 The aiveaementof hy the Court In Mid decree, ender and 1 of Dade Bate of Florda aa embraced deed Mnreoa according ta bw tnl aald property under the old certificate
said property under the amid Certlfl by rlnw 01 the tMceof. wtJI dyer In Certificate No. >444. Th tax will bue Ol the bawd waa In the narn of U.k._
.at. bass wu In UM nan of for sole and call at public eaten /AI thohlah. 1' assessment ef u,d property Wader day of July. A. D. I*<1Dalad lot IW. D. H...... fond. Plat
Unknown .., bidder" for cash it the Smith the lOW Certificate bailed Wait In this ink day of April, A. D, I I. Pools I, Pate 192 lade Roan
Lot II II..... Addn.. In the door of the Court Hone of MU of dlM..I.
front Dad the Bam of J 1>. BeddUaleaa E. B. ty, (tale : embraced raCertificate
City of Hnneatead County of Dade. County. In ibis City of Miami Florida sold Certificate ihall .. redeemed LEATHERMAN No. Sole The aiaiiaaient ef
flat cf Florida u embraced In Cer.tfkate on Monday the July A- o., aceordlni' to .law. tax deed will Clerk ot Circuit Court.CI..R sold omverty under the. Md eertirbal*
No. I2K} ; The *neainiei>.tof 1141, between th*'r.o'r:: : otot.I clock, I bane thereon. .. tits th day of July. Court fowl.Doha County '...1.. I ....... was In the name of Unknown.

MM proper end"h.* MM Certlfl.eato A M, and two o'clock, P. M., the .urn A. D. 141 By N. C. R CoI Lot IS. M* ('I.In'a f"hdn Plat Book
....bawd... WM I.lie nan 01Vn. below I level Mica day, and the koun the I I Dated tab led day of June A. D. ,I (May' ID. Jun S. IS. St. rr..r.' .. Pale S. located hi Dado Countylate .
lecal hour of 1941. .. of Florida. aa embraced In Cer.tlflrala .
Lot 14 Ronrdt Add'. hi the ...,1' d Rule.It had iCe.N4 II LFATHBItMAN
property. Milo 4<2I. The aaMoament of Russ
dry of rTraneatoad, County of Dade. 1 I.E.Clark of Urea: Court. ,........ to Was Smile.My under the sari rertlflrala la
state of Florida. u .. Cer.tJflcat BloektTw = County, .. was In the ammo nf" Unk.....
No. I22>. The ._ moo rdue to the plat tkereof recorded, Circuit Court Beat Addn. Plat Book 4. Palo IS* ... Lot 10 Block Plat
at MM.property under the Mid Cerliflaata In Plat Book IS awe II of the By N C STER-FTr. C C. I inl1I Dad County. flat ef Book d. fare 11 I.I'I'td'i.l,=''Cisco
leaned. WM In the MUM ofUnknown Public' Bocerea *t Dade CountyTk ISO.. .. II. 10. it. July 4. IMI .... Plate of F1 r4d.. .. embraeed rarertlflcale
Dales MM Certificates shelf W I Tho aiieiaaient ef sold property, under No. ...... rise aiaeaomen at
re.inaill gold property aa .1._.... to etkay NOTICE OP APPLICATION FOB the. sow aartlflcale baud waa In the Daiwa sold Property under the saw ceetiricata
aMordhiB to .law. tai deed will With all the. Ion_". ........,.......* nndnppartenance TAX DEED Unknown Val.amid certificate ahallW band was In th* naava of Uakaawa.tnlea .
bauo thanes *. the *tk way of July tkereuat .....01... or ta Flu Still lediamid aeeerdlni ta .law. tax deed cold eertlflcate aball .h* re.deemed .

**Dat4 'tfc'kj: trd of A. D. any arts .....,.'.10.. Mac sold t* Notice b kereby Onto thai nalHwtrk. will, hoar thereon oa the Nth day of areordlnl W .law tax deed wile
1M1. day aaflafy amid .....- ..? holder aa Reliance af ErenlaeeeDralnaare jolt, A. D, 141 .baa thereon .. the itrd day *f July,
Bated this l.th day ef I... A. D. Tax Certlfkrate lamkered ....1. Dated this llth day of Mar A D. INL
E. .. UATHCltkUN: II4U daard the Ilk toy of A...... A. D IKK E. B LEATHER-MAN: Defied'tab; tT'lldar of line A. O 1MU
Clark '"f Cimfl Court. E. B OACTIIB: J.. ban filed. laid certificate la any office ... Clerk at Circuit C...... E. B. lFATHEav. C.....
Dodo c....... ......... ape rial Mater In Cha...... boa made appllratloa for a tax deed bade County Florida. eleven. ('...., Pad County. Ploctd
CbrnM Cowl Mal IRA C. HAYCOCK jean* thereon hi accordance with la-.I, Circuit Court Baal Circuit court sent
By H c. a c.fnoi 6u/hdkre Iw Co.plalss0 Bald certificate emhracea the following, l II. N. C. rrBRnrrr. D. c N.
( (. U. ... rt, July 6. 04) (Jose 30, 17. July .. Ittll Scribed property actuated 411.1. County \May S*. June S. IS. SO. II 1411 (...." 0, 17.C.iJ'l" l7i.: ...ftFriday


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I impressions of America. None fish to skillfully that it will not die I ion with the jurrroundlng water.

BACK DIVIDENDS I with whom I talked have ever later. Once the tender slimy outer Chigger Chatter

'been to thi* country before, but covering la injured, the fish die

FOR FIVE YEARSF.P.LMYSUP they knew it and practically all foUTHERN He may look frisky as a colt There he was wasn't a link much chigger.And bigger.

II told rot it wa very similar to the when you let him go-but an un-
Than the point on a very small
Impressions they had already WILDLIFE; belleveably high percentage of the

{formed from what they had read Jo _ ___ fish you handle die later. He pin it; Just like Mr. Hitler
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and principally from what they ;!:jC'--. ''.'.'. Cut your .neu or leader and release Except that he i* littler
had seen in the movie American -, -..- -..
- --- .. the fish with hook which Cause he hurt most
Miami June J.-Approximately movie in Brit- - -
are very popular can be bought for a nickel a dozen when digging from within!

3,000 stockholder of the Ian and they have done much to Peeping Tess and two or three Inches of Mrs. digger bite into you with

j acquaint the Britisher with American line. The book will gradually disintegrate -
Florida Power and Light Com He saw her swimming the brookA strictly an ulterior motive. She

puny will receive dividend check 1 custom and American moment twin and fleeting inside the fish with no I* looking for a pace! to lay her

GO or about July 1, paying up'geography. And from the shock of that brief ill effect. egg*. You can't blame her for
They like America and American look wanting a home On the other

back dividend on the $7 pre.I *. All said they found every- Hi*. heart almost stopped besting Teegl, EDT hand (or foot, or leg), there are

erred stock withheld since 1833 i j lone sympathetic and the treat- The lady of the house heard a certain way to evict her.

With the current quarterly divl- '' ment they have received her bad He worked his way around the knock at her door. Looking Sprinkle salt on her tail. (Who'

dend of 1175 a share the total been wonderful. Thing that Impressed tree through the screen she taw a been drinking*) Sound silly

of this dividend payment will amount them most were contrast To where the view wa clearer I Chinese fish peddler. Not wishIng Sure, but if* effective. Just rub

to 13632 a ihare. I I to condition here and at home And then on trembling hand and to be disturbed the called to moistened salt on the spot and

Payment of back dividends In They were amazed to ee citrus I knee her maid: "You go, Ella. the gives up the ghost Solution
full fruit In such quantities and one He edged a little nearer. of sods or ammonia will help. If
at this time was made possible The Chinaman blinked hit little
chap pointed out that a ungle He'd seen such perfect
never keroseneor
that doetn't try
by the recent sale of the Miami eye, thrust out hit neck and
orange in England would cost 73 lines carbolized oil. And if the I I.
Water Company and the Miami out llgerently "You
Beach Railway Company former cent if you could get it at all. The As she was there displaying 'ella sung yourself!" go able to survive that, you might

subsidiaries of the power company abundance of sweet.-sugar. Ice. Beneath the spreading towering I try blasting. Before going into

cream and candy-intrigued them. pines chigger territory, dust yourself
Cigarettes for : Flub
The dividend was declared On their arrival they were so In languid splendor playing.Her I with powdered sulphur. It works!
on hungry for sweets, which are extremely twist and turns were full of It might save you a fine, and
June 16, at a meeting of the Florida besides it Isn't Too Hot to Handle
scarce in their home land, grace, sportsmanlike to
Power nnd Light board of director Ever burn the third layer
that they would dip their Her body smoothly moulded, I take undersized fish. When you
It will be paid oil slock-1 spoons'Into 'I I 101 skin off trying to fry some
I lore
I the sugar and eat It with! | And O! What joy was on his face caught without a rule remember
holders of record at the close of I I |fish over a hot campfire? We did
that the
genuine relish Sweet shops and At each new charm unfolded. length of any
business June 21. A Urge percentage : 'tht until a handy kink came to
stands in the vicinity of their I And when the floated with the standard cigarette i2Ji Inches
of the stockholder are I 'our attention and now we
training! headquarters were quickly stream and that of the new "long;es is :
Floridians The extraordinary :: was'co! entrancing 3'. inches. Lay your cigarettes not practice the harsher std of
I depleted of their stocks of'I The sight much and
payment will be made about vocabulary to
on our
seemed to end to end beside the fish in
couldn't Her wondrous body
candy. They just seem to
156,000 ,hare,. It it wicked smile of revenge -
represents back I there a
doubt and add the
lid enough sweets! I gleamFrom
dividend for the years 1933 on our face when frying.

1934. 1933 and 1936, and partly 1 One lad said "You drink a great I! sunbeams softly with glancing heart Fish Have Lubrication Too I Just punch a hole in the center
JHe yearned for her
unpaid dividmds for 1937 and deal in America don't you Being I of a tin or paper plate and slipIt

1938 The company hat boon making cold sober I just couldn't get ( and soul While we don't know whether over the handle of your fryIng .
And then he fell to wish IDa, fish "change oil" thousand
the drift "Do *" I every
full dividend payment since I we asked "what pan. This will protect your
For )he had neither hook nor miles, we do know that In order !
October 1939. gave you that impression particularly t hands from the heat of the campfire -
McGregor Smith, Florida Power In a dry county*" polAnd I to enable a fish to glide easily and from hot pattering
bass caught by fishing! In the I
are along water Its body is
and Light president pointed out "Oh, I don't mean spirits, the I grease when frying.
covered with
I I a slimy mucus which "
that during the depression yean |lad replied, confused. "I mean'with Low a Hook-Save a Life .11 being constanty: poured out in

the company had withheld di\i- !'! your_ meal*-breakfast, for I It I II a hard matter to release a large quantities
by special glandssituated
dends In order to conserve Its 'example YOU have large glasses m e
I l In the epidermic This f :::i1lJUUlJlA.
Cash..MNNNNMINNLMINMNMNNN.NNNNNNNNM. |101 orange or grapefruit juice to gallon he said, turning to the I mucus makes the body of the fish

I i d start with and then ice water a* I other Britisher, "that' more than 'slippery and also minimizes Iric.I' .
well and coffee and milk ill it to month at
allowed use a
To Late To Classify ; the same time. Then between I I we home are!" -. . . -- . . .. . . . . ... . . -. . . .,r....."
1 meals you Americans seem to be
__..... ". ..."._"' what I was particularly Impressedwith SOLID COMFORT
continually drinking
you the respectful court..y.lood I
Last week-end it wit my prl.1 I call soft drinks, like Coca Cola manner and good breeding Enjoy solid comfort, In summer the-
day and evenings
vilege to attend a jamboree and yet with all your drinking you evidenced by these boys. Theftwlln't
I I neglect tea which to Is the cool, outdoor air-with a
us roughneck In the lot, nota
by the Lakeland Junior Chamber a Porch
Porch enclosed by our |
I i most important drink of an. real
cf Commerce for the British F1)'. I imart-aleck They were .f Screen! Solid comfort far
During the jamboree the boy "gentlemen", although a* a group
tag Corp tent from England to years and year on end- |
!were served "hot dog*" and "hamburgers" a cross section
they represented
train here. I think that coming inpersonal I t cause our Porch Screen Frame J <
They were novelties and of English life. Some cam from "
contact with these young J are substantially built, of the ; !
(the lad admitted that they had well-to-do families, other from
Britisher mad wood. The
a greater soundest lasting
Impre".1(I never encountered them before the middle class, and a few were
Ion on me than all I ) mesh Is finest in size and
One boy lifting the top from but all of them
a of parentage
heard of the ha
or war. quality, both-that! science *
I bun, wa surprised to find no ham. credit to their country
unknown were a
Cold and I estimate
type radio PORCH SCDEENS developed. Get our low -
He naturally assumed that a from every standpointI
voice lack that certain something !
that attend '"hamburger" would contain "ham" heard them stand a* a group
a personal
and he termed it "very much like "There'll Always Be an
ind ling
with those who have lived throughIt BROOKER LUMBER CO. INC.
"over there" and in their own our Salisbury steak". He was horrified England", and their heart a* well ,

word give you an account of their I to see me smear great gobsof a* their lung went into that Lumber, Hardwire, Saab, Doors, Tool
mustard on my sandwich and song. It was one of the most inspiring
reaction and experience PHONE 62 HOMESTEAD, FLORIDA
was certain I would bum myself sights I've ever witnessed,
Young men. for the most part --
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to death for British mustard Is and when they Joined our group
II to 23, I found them keen, alert I
Intelligent and confident. Practically plenty hot and It used sparingly In tinging "God Bless America"
Driving some of the around completely
boy heart
all of them have been under they won our
town I happened to itop it a gas . Florida has been the training -
fire a* civilians. They have seen
Does Your Car Have
first-band the death and destruction station and ordered ten gallon ; ground for many a train- Any

of aerial bombing raid of gat. The lad sitting at my side team and I'm confident the RAT:

It ha not gasped In amazement: "Imaginebeing will prove to be another and you
frightened or discouraged
them. able to drive In and get ten can tell that to Mr Llndberg.
They are here Of These Faults?

to learn to fly and their one am ..........................................................................
bition i* to "have a go at returning : :

\ the compliment" later

i en when they've earned their I 7
wing and ire given i an opportunity

to fly over GermanyI i

} wa Interfiled in getting their Lacks Power and Speed


i :

Uses Too Much Gas?
I W. 6th Ave., Homestead i

Vibrates or runs rough

I Opposite Aqueduct Treatment Plant I


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: Drie into our garage and have the engine
MASSAGE .-.. 40c!

i .' 1 SCIENTIFICALLY TESTED with our new


. BARBERSHOP N. : what h needed to put it in first class operating

I :,ALL COLD DRINKS 5c I condition.

I t Preston B. Bird Motor Co.

N.! KROME AVE.Tvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvw. Mrs. E. G, Dill, Manager I t South Kroine Ave. Phone IS

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