Title: The leader-enterprise
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Title: The leader-enterprise
Uniform Title: leader-enterprise
Leader-enterprise (Homestead, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Leader enterprise
Physical Description: 11 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: South Dade Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Homestead, Fla.
Homestead Fla
Publication Date: July 4, 1941
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
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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: VID00497
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33835104
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Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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Gainesville Pla

FlwWa'i Scrims RedlasdIYoaeer f

Tabloid -ENTERPRISE District Since

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[Vol.) 30-No. 26 Homestead, Florida, Friday JulyJ, 1941 Price 5 Cents I




City to) Furnish Light and Power !







: To Airport and Farm Labor Camps :'







I Wage Range on Camps COUNTY GRANTS MUNICIPAL



... 50 Cents to $1.50 HOUI SYSTEM'S APPLICATION FOR II




J'FOURTH-YEARCARPENTERS 7 7I I II RIGHT TO SERVE, PINE-- ISLAND i ;



I THE WEATHEROfficial $269,000 Housing Projecton (
weather report of the Route of Extension
I Subtropical Experiment Station, to Be Made

TO GET $1.12 i Homestead Date Max Florida I Mn I Bar Rain EXTRA GENERATORTO

June 2( : 90 <7 30.M 0.81 HE BOUGHT SOON y
27 88 69 30.07 0.04

Laborers to Be Paid 62c; 28 ]I 192 88'I I Plant Said Now Entitled
29 89 69 0.42
Truck Drivers, 70 30 I 86 69 30.02 0.11 to Defense Priority
to 75c HourCONSTRUCTION J July 1 89 69 30 04 0.01 in Delivery
2 I 88 73'' 30.10
MAY Electricity for the count,' airport -
START ANY MOMENT on Pine Island for de clop
REDEDICATIONCEREMONY
Seen merit of which contracts to'ilmgmore
Contracts as Closed
than $300000 have aii ready
Sho Projects SET been let by the Civil Aeron utlct-

Authority, will be furnish 1 I b.
Carpenter will be paid $1.1214 FOR 4 TODAYThe the City of Home te dAn .
an hour and laborers will get 62ft ProclamationWhereas application for this pn loge
made bv the Homestead
mull Mini
emu in hour on the contract for
the Office of Civilian Defense is Fourth of July will be power department, was apu.1I..r
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construction of the two migratory marked throughout the nation today the .
by county commission i
to lead the nation in a re-dedication to libertyon
farm labor at Homestead,
camps ba rededication of Americans meeting Tuesday C otninin'mu
tart of which ii said to await the afternoon of the Fourth of July, and to the principles: of liberty J. D. Redd reported yekU'neU'
only completion of bonding detail] Whereas, the re-dedication ceremonies will which will begin with a radio address The line, to be construitec earn
by the contractor and aub- R- be led by a radio broadcast starting at 4 p. by: President Roosevelt at on Campbell drive, unc ubli
tractors 4 o'clock this afternoon edly will serve, also, the $2CMOO!
Truck drivers (1U ton trucks m. with an address by the President of the The rededication ceremony arranged negro migratory farm tabor ,':amp
and under) will receive 70 cent United States, by the Office of Civilian which It will pass Just bet..o "t
an hour; driven of heavier trucks, Whereas American citizen should Defense of which Mayor F. H. reaches the airport The ,xlbt
75 cents Other ipecif;cations at every La Guardia of New York is director ing lines of the municipal stem
the Farm Security AdministrationIn have a part in this re-dedication, wherever will be held simultaneously already extend past the sue, >f
railing for bid on the half- he may be, throughout the na t.on by mean the $2(9000 whit camp 01, the
million dollar twin project, which Therefore do I, as Mayor of the city of of a coast-to-coast radio hook-up. Federal highway and Tennessee
The five-minute (speech of the road
will be closed hop job, in-
a
Include the following: Homestead, call upon all the citizens of this (Continued on Page Two) Gordon Ivey iuperintend at
One dollar an hour for opera- community to pause in whatever they may the municipal light and wuU" de
tors of bulldozers, tractors, motor be doing Fourth of July afternoon and turnon partment, said yesterday tt... the
(Continued on Page Two) LATE WAGE\ DATA city would order another general
or go to a radio at 4 o'clock to listen to and ins unit for the plant at soar u
take part in this re-dedication of American validation proceedings on se, anus
KEY WEST TAXI citizenship to liberty. ) DELAYS OPENINGOF certificates to be used as tcur,
T. J. HARRIS ity with the RFC are cortflele
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(signed ,
DUNKS IN CANAL :Mayor of Homestead I, PIPE LINE BIDS er Any for commitment a defense project to furnish\m pew c.ld.:

-- would 11the city a priori >r

NEAR HOMESTEAD "Redland Guava", 4 to 6 Inches Long, :j i Becau for minimum the Key West wage aquduct specifications what der on might a generator otherwise and have proven;i-:!n

project were late in being sent a year'* delay in delivery 01 uch
Subject of Bulletin by Local Men : a machine
Four New Yorker I out to prospective bidders, the
from Cuba via boat to mUmln'j 1 ---- I I opening of bids, set. for July 2, ---- -
and thence via I Redland Guava" It the ti- has been postponed a week to
47 REGISTER IN I I tle" NO INCREASE DUE
cab ito MIan)1 to take I plane of a bulletin just issued by July 9, It was verified here yes-!
,borne, were spilled in the canal j terday at the oCTce. :: of Lieut W.,I
the University of Floriida AII'Ieulturll -
M 'the west bank of the Over- HOMESTEAD FOR l L Sawyer: officer in charge of IN OLD AGE AID
Experiment Station, with |
ana Highway six mile south, of meiatruct on for the navy.
Homestead Tuesday night when S. J. Lynch, assistant horticulturist I Opening of bids on July] 9 does
the cab was sideswiped DRAFT OF 21ESTwentyeIt .of the Subtropical Exper; i j nM mean that the low bidder [UNTIL MAY 1912
jwtidh did not stop to Orask; Station at Homestead, and Dr H. will be announced at!that time, ,
The four passengers were S. Wolfe, professor of j it was pointed out, as the bids,
Schuyler Lawrence, H. H GQreU I whites and 19negroi in the University of horticulture made on a unit basis, will have to To correct a possible mi.tin tr
{ and Mr. and Mrs. Auguste rgisterad! college of agriculture, as coauthors be analyzed. It may be a wok standing regarding recent I Icui.j-
Roney The seams of the taxi driver at Legion Kali or more before the oontract is let. live Increases in eld ,age aj.1'! .
was not ascertained Aside hem Tuesday la .the draft registration Dr. Wolfe was formerly horticulturist In the meantime, the pipe treatment tans funds, R. E. McDonald:: of
from a complete snaking and tie of all men who had become in charge d. the Subtropical contract: : is being carriedout Mumi, arum-man of the D1z.tr Ct
Ion of threw of their plane ticket 21 yean eI ce since the Experiment Station, where according to schedule, with 9 Welfare ibid tills week issued -
none of the occupants suffered tint draft registration ia October the guava which has been given 1(0 to 170 50-foot length of PV* a statement In whlcli he
my damage They managed to getout the name of this district was being turned out a day: pointed out that these additional
of he ear and motorists attracted at 1MO I studied a* it developed QnI Another addition to.the. office funds would not be available bi
to the scene lent, aid In A total of 1S6 registered in the, to fruit beaythg trees. staff of Lieut Sawyer ia U. T. fore May 1, 1942. He cautioned old
I getting them out of the water. territory at Draft Board T, from! Outstanding feature of the Keen, type, who arrived Tuesday age .*stance recipient nut: to
The tour Hew Yorkers left yesloday Coral Gables to the Monroe Redland guava according to 1Rebun.ttn. from Daytena Beach and it expect say Immadiat l Increase in
monuual to resume their CouIt-I. are* to large s.c4 to slnylag at *. Radland HuteL He grants
Journey home While tine they ty hne. The other place of registration 6\i. inches Jn length; faeary will be joined in a new weeks by i The at LnUaivsnt folloui.sincreaied :
,t wer* registered at the esDcnole was ia Coral Cable fire I that mature in the winter; \2'0115//Mrs. Koch when bey will agree apsAlcst.OIW and la-
JWe.L and police station. I (Continued on Page Two) Jose a bout* er atrtmenl Coe".sued 08 Pg Two)
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Two THE HOMESTEAD LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday July-.I, 19U .

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foliage, are similar I i a sliced fable truit. It makes i i
admlnlftrative cost and partlci1 possible to allow the larger amount ins light green j
REDEDICATIoN 1 In appearance to those of the common light colored Jelly and adapts ft. j
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nation In such federal program;
self well to
The largest portionof I preserving and tm* '
I a* the dlitribulon of surplus] com- Nothing could be more cruel guava '
for the Be
the talizlng *
dod
(Continued from Page One) the crop matures during 1IOt1'cook
I moditie* a* in 1839 and In J937, than to permit our older citizens, doe '
toMarch apart a that of
December so
President will be followed by the winter months, from many
with the that It .ls-
exception provided #(
I who arc receiving public j *!
of the common guavas <
fresh
playing of the national ,Anthem thus affording jua-
i for a 9 cent tax on money tance to entertain the delusion -
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by lie U. S. Marine Band In I wagered on hone tracks and 'that their grant are to be lihmeidlately -I vas at a' time when most of the The trees can Jbe propagated *
Washington alter which all cttl-I trees are without by cleft grafting when Urge '
'seized the "odd cenU breaks" at increased. On the other i common guava roouJ
IBM listening in will be led by the horse track !hand, they are entitled to the as- fruit. An occasional fruit ripens stocks IH inches in diameter. or9"''

President in repeating the oath of i during the summer and fall larger are used, or by shield bud.'.
: "Since the horse tracks do durance, which I feel 1* justified,
allegiance to the United State i not i i month The common guavas generally ding when the rootstock art fromt
until late this and (that the present average grant
I open year are
The entre ceremony will take 1! posses the characteristic,pencil size to one Inch In diaroe-J
allowed to operate for 100 days, will be maintained until the race I
only ten m.nute; I I hand." strong guava odor which la re- ter. The grafting i* best done ha 1
lit In
track art
U very evident that none of revenues
In response to a letter to mayo 'I '.pulaive to many people. This odors the winter and early spring?
cf the country tent out by, the new revenue will be available i!eta|: hardly I discernible In the Red-!,months; the budding in the spring I

Mayor La Guardla, Mayor T. J.1 I before May 1, 1942, a* the GUAVA j!lland guava and until the fruit and early summer f
counties must tint be paid the I
Harris of Homestead hat issued al I I same amount a* for the previous II I i I reaches the over-ripe stage It canI "The variety was named for the'i

proclamation calling upon citizen', I I be considered odorless. The large Redland section of Dads County"1
A* the state is prohibited ;:; '
year '
of this community to tune in oni I (Continued Page One) size, 4 to 6H inches in length, 10 in which area It first fruited
I
from borrowing it will be impossible 1I11j:;
Vie broadcast at 4 m. today and absence ':to 16 ounces in weight clear yellow -|
p. I to spend this money before of uniform alze and nape; Florida. Graftweod of the Red1 1

take part in the icdcdlcation tot I: it if actually reef(ved, even of strong guava odor which thin skin and pear shape with|land guava Is available at tbel

liberty. U repulsive to many people. a quadrangular neck differentiate j Experiment
: if It were good business to do o. Subtropical Station 1
> The bulletin follows: it from the various common gus-l for propaga "When the new money la available I va*. The size and shape of the j '
of obtained by nurseries
"The Redland variety common and
WAGE RANGE it U hoped that It will be in
fruit I I. fairly uniform for the entire "
L.) I
Psidlum guajava
( grower
guava
sufficient amount to permit the t
tree. The seeds are
crop on a
(Continued From Page One) Increasing: of the average grant which ha been under obsel'VII'tion numerous, kldney-thaped and'
it the Subtropical Experi-
graders trenching machines, back- for old age assistance from the ment Station, Homestead Florida hard a* In the common guavas, DR. 1\1. A. BERGER j!

filling machines. present $13 per month to $23 per received from the and are embedded In >th* soft pulp'
from seed'
month. However this grew I
does not
One the seed cavity located near
of
dollar and twenty-five ArnoldArboretum I
Atkins Institution of the
mean that every recipient: will end of the fruit. They I Iseparate Dentist.
tents an hour for operator of Soledad) the blossom .
( ,
I be she then Clenfue-j I
paid same or now. from the flesh of1
easily
crane, derricks and draglines, and
Cuba Nov. 18, '
go,
The I i4I Each
reverse true. grant
for The white firm
lather fruit.
the
will be based on the need of the seedlings of this introduction arc the stem-end fleihj, Office Hours 8:30-4:30 ,
One dollar and fifty cents an identical in growth behavior, foliage 1 II lOUdthI'oulfh
hour I recipient and he grant will vary of fruit and from H to
for stone mason and tile character and bear. third the I '
and fruit
.Utter from the maxlum of $40 per *'4 inch thickon the side and j I Opts EveniBM by Appolntae, ;
lug habit. These compose the type
J
month allowed by state and federal
One dollar twelend a half I blossom end A very ilift.it fruity
which variety
from
law to the minimum specimens the First National Bank ,
now
rent hour I odor I off by the mild !
an for roofer and! i* described. The trees have fruited given .

painter 'I paid. each year since 1938, bearing flavored flesh. i j
Building
One "Frequent reference to the Redland be eaten
dollar thirty-seven and a heavy crop of fruit of uniform The guava can .
half cents an hour for plasterersRoofer' payment of peniions' is no doubt size and shape."Graftwood fresh, either; out of hand or as I
responsible for much of ,fie existing
apprentices will get 70 I of the Redland
cents an hour, roofer' confusion. The state does not I -
guava 1* being released not a* s '
62* cents pay pensions: to persons 63 years newly originated variety but to
hlpen.l of more, but it does I
First year carpenter age or grant assure the continuation of thii

50 cent an hour; second them public assistance if In need, clone. Such a guava 1* needed in II

cemti; third year, 89 cents; fourth based on their need as determined
; the market and In the home gardens : Notice ToRETAILERS
$112H, by a thorough investigation.
year
I to replace some of the types,
A work week Is 40 hours. Time Should the state undertake to pay mostly of indifferent quality, now I i

and a half will be paid for oxer- pensions, time federal funds which are In the ,,
are the productiveness of the
ratio of dollar for dollar of state .
frees, the winter-maturing habit :
NO INCREASE I grant Florida's state welfare act of the crop, and the large size,
I I. based on the federal coda security I
attractive appearance, and good
: act and must necessarily dessert qualities of the almos I The new annual Retailers' License and Inventory Tax
(Continued From Page One) comply with its provision to obtain '
created request for larger grant,I its benefits odorless fruit. It 1* equally ai, Law (Chapter 20977), passed. by the recent Session of the
susceptible to algal spotting and :
Indicate
that there la tome confusion "Increasing the maximum grant fruit rotting as the other common I State Legislature, became effective July 1, 1941.
in
the public mind regarding from
$30 per month to $40 per

the payment of old*age aul-|:month mean nothing except that guavas."The vigorous low-headec i

Lance" in Florida. l In extreme cases of need It is ,trees, with slender trunks bear- Report forms must be sworn to and filed with your ;
Thl* is most unfortunate, and I

1* no doubt directly due to hasty .'; remittance for your license to do business daring the

reading of news stories that were I ( \ l\'i1l1\ .,
IJIS2Wilir year July 1, 1941 to June SO, 1942.
published during the legislative:

session. \VeVe got some of 1 he j

The fact that the legislature re- This tax mast be paid Immediately.

approprated the tame amount for BEST USED

old age assistance, aid to the blind.I :

I Penalty for delinquency amounts to 2% per month
NQTHR
or ArrncATiov FOR
TAI DEFD.-Flb> A-4MI i TRUCK BARGAINS
('h.p... 17167Aeta nt lull I and can not be waived If yon delay. 'II
Notice to hereby ilvon Mat Southern
A.Ia"l EnferprlM. Inc. holder, of Sat in town
and founty Tom C. lfl...... N... 1M fa.udo I
. the Ilk day of Autiut. A. D IMA, Do not delay Sate yourself from penalty and sate
h.. filed ..... In mr ork*. and kx M.opllntkin z
. fur a tu doW u> ... Issued ..G&euvW
: the Slate from further costs. by remitting promptly.
thoraon. link ('...11100'. ttikram the M.
C,al.e dnrrlkrd p......nr In Uw Cuntp OUR USED
of Did. SUM of Florid. .....i.'
gut IS Blk a. IndwMrhl ('...... TRUCKS All MOllfr.MAlffS
liiMn. Plot Book 14. P... SI, In Ih. No GROSS RECEIPTS TAX Is due on your June
County lit tted. SUM <.f Florida.
nt of Mid pnr rtr undo i fcns'nt: *-Bl/'T all Gross Receipts Tax due on receipts forM :
rGJ: ... wu In UK same ill :
: 194t CHEVROLET TRL'CK' Ten long wheel, have nil
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UBtoM Hid ..rtlll.... ikill U ... ; >y and previous months must be paid. Interest and penalties -
....... foordlns to I... tho prop.... body; locally owned; IB first class shape.
described tkoroln will U ..." to the are piling DP already If you have neglected this
b*H_< old .. .t the Court H._ day 1(39 CHEVROLET : ',-I's Ton long whet base; Hat
o> the rim "..nd., 1 In tin month of Ago nutter. Save yourself and the State farther cost by remitting I"
.." l>4'. which to the 4tk dw of Ago body renewed and guaranteed.
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_to 1MI
Dated. UlU ITOl day of Juno. 1S4IK 1131 INTERNATIONAL PICK-UP; 121- W. B. one owner; promptly.
B lEATRrkMAN. Clerk
Clmll Court, Dd County, Iriurdu I W Un heavy duty almost new; oversize Urts; perfect
Gtrratt: Coon SM
By N C ITEIUETT I>. condition.
UUM S.. n. July, 4, If. *.f) ',
1937 CHEVROLET TRUCK-Ui Ton short wheel base; cab J. M. LEE. COMPTROLLER
" ""nTfTn'\"e
ad ehuaIa.

193 CHEVROLET TRUCK-1H Ton long wheel base; flat Tallahassee. FloridaA

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Bird Chevrolet Co.Oldest .; J ,.'
BARBERINGHAIRCUT -
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Chevrolet Dealer. Florid East Cast ::4

I Homestead, FUrUa Telephone 9$ '
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40e ,. Garden are going to bloom :
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anew-l.WM. grow 1 lush and ;
SHAMPOO _00 40c : UNWISE TO DELAY
I sprucely tended this year! ;;

MASSAGE fOe There ill a "right time" to Folk are ridding themselves of :.'
make all major .Investment

e The time for investing In a old depression-relic Garden ..t'.

,BUSH'SBARBER Home unquestionably 1* right tools-buying New Mowers,

now. Rest Estate-good Home 4 Rakes, Sickles. And1!-wt art 4j*

9 properties particularly is-, ra- helping, by low-pricing. the r
p.dly: returning to market-de
Finest Quality Garden Tools we
fnc : ,
mand. We can show you Home, 't
have _had In stock. Stop ,
purchasable now, that soon maybe ever, y

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Friday, July' 4, 1941 ' 1= HOMESTEAD LEADER-ENTERPRESE Page ThreeNEW

OFFICERS I! .I knowledged before a nolary pub,Church Going a Civic
lic. Two copies of the articles shall
ANOTHER FLORIDA NEWSPAPER GOES s : Rotarians Told
Duty
be tiled vrith the cleric of circuit ,
ARE INSTALLED TO TABLOID SIZE I court In the county where the I -- -_
j principal place of business Is to be I Attendance at church la a civic
The Lake Worth Daily Leader now come out as j located. The said clerk shall transmit 'duty: which: the individual owe
BY LIONS CLUB' an eight page tabloid with streamline features copy of the articles to the i''the community the Rev. Jesse E.
secretary of state in Tallahassee Waller pastor of the Silver Palm,
throughout. The change was made following a I for riling.S. Goulds and Pen-in Methodist t
tabulation of 3200 cards taken in a |Churches, said In a talk to Hotns-
S. J.
1.)0110Iwaa Installed .
r aspresident show Adoption of by-law fixing
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stead Rotarians at their
meeting
ing the winter months which to a
of the Redland District seems the rights and privileges of the{Wednesday
Lion, Club for the coming year popular trend towards tabs.-Florida Newspaper members of the assoc.ation. Including I: Mr. Waller noon.was presented by
conditions of membership
at the Lions Den Tuesday News. Roy Chandler, new program chair t
Issuing of certificates of mernber-
and directors nl'ht.j'Ofttcera ) .. .... .. ... man.
--- --- -- ship, duties of the officers votIng
serve with him are: Don Talbot. I privileges and time of meet Luther Chandler, chairman of
first vice-president; W. I. Flak New Law Lets Growers Buy and Own a newly-created committee on
second vir.vpresident; J. W.I I ing.The i club publications announced that
English third vice-president,IKby i Farming Machinery Co-operatively secretary of state and the,the first number of a club> weekly
Chas L Ooley. secretary; Ttios I clerk of the court shall each receive would appear in two weeks and
|, $2.50 for their Itrvlcet.I j;'asked 1 for
E. treasurer; WmW.: suggestions and help
Allan. tall-twlrer. Robert Glenn' The 1941 legislature enacted culture I will be glad to hear from,,
Jr., lion tamer; Harold Kendall:law providing for the organization any organizations of this kind:I -
and John thai may be formed and put In i I
Graves directors
for. -agricultural association 'operation I for Delicious Home
writs Commissioner CookingYou'll
two years; Ed. Norman and C. F.i!which
exercise all the '
may powers
Nathan who the
Mayo saye stepsto
Robinson director for one year.t'
Mrs. Tom Torbert, I granted by the laws of the be taken are: I' like Tropical Cafe for

led by Mrs. J. S. Peters accompan-, entertained I!state to corporation for profit, 1. Draw up articles of association ': its tasty food, its pleasant at-
with vocal selections after I and not for profs so far as may which shall Include \ t
which committee report were be applicable to agriculture. These (a) Name and location of business mosphere. Do come in soon.
read and E. H. Gallaher reported associations( are also given' fie .. I
on the recent state convention. I same protection as to liability to (b) Purposes of the association.] Tropical Cafe
Next week J. N. Lummus, Jr., the members as la given the stockholders (c) Length of time set for life i)
county tax assessor, will explain 1! In corporations. of the association. i ,
the tax laws !II This law was drawn in the Interest
recently enacted by of the small farmer. (d) Names of the off.cers: oti j| .. ,
the state legislature. I Many
I farmers do not cultivate larieenou.h the association. | Dinners I
(e) List of the kinds of business We the
Opa-Locka Nine to Play |ment IIi acreage all the different I to justify machines invest- to be engaged in. Starting at eater

Here Sunday Afternoon'The :that are needed.: Several neighbors sonal(f) liability Statement of of the the members.non-per I I fuse =1!/ :
can organize one of these associations -
I': and purchase on Installments 2. Those articles of the asso-i,
Homestead and Opa-Locka' machines that can be I elation must be subscribed; to byi i I II
naval reserve baseball teams will used co-operatively: in rotation.Befer .I the original members and ac _ _ _
meet Sunday afternoon on the cultivation can thus be
local diamond at 3 o'clock. The''', mode and such machines ask I -- --- -- -
game last Sunday with Kendall I'I plows. tractors, silage cutters
C C. C was called off because of:' grinders. sprayers mowers etc.,I I
rain. '': can be made to serve all members i I
|i of the i.ssoc.ation
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t LOCAL TEACHERS SEEK I i The state department of agri-I I ,
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1M. V. !MISTER'S DEGREES I

Two teachers from 'he Redland'
GET YOUR STATE
District are working on master's : I
degrees at the University of
ami summer school Mrs W. Driver's License :
Bird of the Homestead MI'I ..
ary School and Mrs. Flora At The i
of Redland Elememary School.
I JUSTICE OF THE i;
B\\D TO PRACTICE I

Band The'will Homestead practice High Tuesday School and t!!; Office PEACE in Homestead t t How Much Are. These Cars Worth?

Friday from 230: to 330: o'clock
In the high school music room I open' from I a. m. to I p. m. I

Mrs. W B. Mills rector: .n'l Odd Fellows Bldf.Sears .
nounces. 19:19: FORD
1937 TERRAPLANECurrently
4 DOOR SEDAN

iCott. f ( WL .. advertised at One owner drove this car and
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dG01Wl.
y $299.00 took good care of it

Our Price $213.00 What offer?

, Proebuckand Co.

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p .d 110,10a ot 11.-.4. PIa.,
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ttAK.' 'It LEACH ARCHER_ IfUBSCllrTIOM I Iseeert.rr In connection with books and

and T.sesem'f war. there Is one sad contrast for

this month between. the first world
RATES
I. 0... en.., _______ IIMt war and today. Even though
ot.14..5 0.4. C.... r." France was In deadly peril twen

ty-five years tgq she was keeping *

July Fourth Debater the Instruments of enLghU

ment alive There was a "book
,vimmemorate IndependenceOn
lie Council for Democracyha I fair' in Lyons, a "book congress*

ui'epared a debate of selected in Paris, and a special representative *

quota*.uns from the contrasting of the ministry of commercewas

credo .>f democracy and dictator sent here for the purpose of

!>i Arguments for the free
stimulating pubLshing relations
v f !liv.ng are taken from
do imrnu- that have made Amer- Another Item listed under book)!

,en .story Opposing statements I history 25 years ago was the re*

Ita' seen -chosen from "MelnKump Issuance of "The Eyes of the

The debate follows: World" by Harold Bell Wright

which had previously sold 790,000
For Fascism: There will be a
II< l la'- . And there will copies HII "When a Man'sMan a
: I was advertised to be pub.lI.hed *
bi i it matt of anonymous,
: in August with an advancesale
in '11. collective, the eter-
n. r. 'mhised , But be- rn of 600000 copies

'1 < m there WII !still, be the 1 Among the big sellers of that

,ill>Je.-t alien races. we y time were: 'Seventeen by Booth

Tarking'on. "The Border Legion"
w tutc to cull them theM

,, ,I. iLi!i." -Hi tie, r 1. l.i by Zane Grev and "Pollyanna" by
Eleanor H. Porter. This novel was
for freedom: "WV hold these
responsible for the popularity of
'J'' clf-eudent. that all ,
4" fit... Pollyanna as a name which was
m i rested equal that theyan IJ
".towed by their Creator with ti not common then
SzeMIMS . .
,
ci- 1 .f 'inalienable rights that

smile them lire life, liberty and New editions of five novels by
'
tht ,i'n Kit ol happiness Fanny Hurst are scheduled for

-Thomas Jefferson. publicaton The titles are: "Lum

mox", "FI\', and Ten". "Great
For Fascism: "The idea of pacifism cz e97061VIC Laughter', "Amtra's Dance" and!

md humanity may be quite I "Imitation of Life"

gfind iftei the supreme race has .40,1w . a

conquered and subdued the world' ,

In sues, ,1 i measure ai to make him Y54l,= "Captain Paul" by Edward Ells-
berg the list of beet'sellers
its .')(dultl\ .. master'Hitler., tops
according to reports.. Commander
For freedom Obwrve good
I) Ellsbergs ". . books and
faith And lust ee for all notions, most of the Herons, the LOUISI- mouth of the St. Johns river, was one of
stories have one theme-the remembrance
sll culti lie peace-George and harmony Washington with:I, ANA HERON vigorously pursues its prey the most interesting episodes of that age and recogp1 n of

a In shallow water. It nests in great num- of adventure. Finding the Frenchmen half strength courage and hardihood.1*

For Fssrlsm. "The Suite's purpose I bers in various sections of Florida, both starved and at war with the natives, Haw: So in giving to the reading pubh?
inland and alone the keys and islands of another fictional account of John
to the
i> no longer serve people them with liberal suppliesof
but the peoples purpose laj the coast It Is protected at all times by kins furnished Paul Jones, Commander Ellsberf

to worship a state authority." the state and nation: food out of his limited stores. As a has presented hit hero with all

-Hitler I The visit In 1565, of the free-booter, result of this trip Hawkins carried backto the admirable qualities that appeal .

For freedom: "And that governtnrnt -!! SIR JOHN HAWKINS, to the discouraged England detailed accounts of Florida' to men and women: throughout *

of the people, by the peopV -, French colonists at Ft. Caroline near the great resources. J the ages.However .
l for the people shall not perish ' "Whistle Stop" by

from the earth." -Abraham ,Mantta Wolff was close second.

r Lincoln aid, "I do not choose to run", A This Is the author's sensational

. Chicago lawyer friend framed a first novel and has been compared]
For Fascism: "A peace, uP-j CURRENT question Involving 4800 words Children in CourtBy to "February ",U" by Victoria

ported not by the palm branches j which ne propounded to an alienist Lincoln For only a little more

of tearful pacifist female mourn COMMENTBy or psycho-analyst, who was Judge Malcolm RatfirUAOQCTKCD than a month's circulation, it ban.

era, but founded by the victorious AGNCW WELSH I testifying In a case and to this, made a record.

: sword of a people of overlords question snapped out the answer' BRUTALITY In non-fiction. "The White

which puts the world Into I"No. I Cliffs" by Aloe Duer Miller, top

r the service of a higher culture." E4IUT-1 NteU ... Welsh ___ . A small fur dealer was responsible -,the list after almost I hi
i year
__.. N AY "c100 -_..,- : ,,
-Hitler. .. for much grief In t community afferent
>r < anvllk asa at % Damon Run/on eolumnizea to ; places oa the best seilo.
Fer freedom: "So our national .... ..1._ Address asap,. I,I by offering a few cents list.
the effect that if war comes, as
MUM to ATI Wei-In. $4 N. L I
policy in foreign affairs has been '' )I for cat hides. At a mut.: dozeNof.'pe . ..
I
It most certainly will. the peninsula -i .
based im a decent respect for the Some gale are having stocking \' bats.begs to doappeajLEventually ,
rights and dignity of all nation, painted on their legs but at that i of Florida would 'be the easiest 1( several brothers were": Have you read Hermann Rawechning's.
and therefore the most likely
large or small. And the justice of they might have a run In them. brought into court and confessedthat "The Redemption of
morality must and will win In the a point of attack from secret Gt'r-I i I they stole and killed scoresof Democracy"? His writings have I
I I man bases among the small
endFranklin' D It.Florida's It special significance since he was
family cats. discovered
was
t The Dade County tar association in the Caribbean ses,' wish: Miami la former. confidant of Hitler. and
that had been
they selling the
has cracked down on cheap probably being the initial point I:
one time president of the Danug
Tip EndBy divorce and now their minimum of attack by air. J I hides to the fur dealer over a Senate.
"The
II author write 0 from
period of several months.
fee will be one hundred dollars, . ':London
Aaitle Matthew FlUattrkk I If In the midst of the bombing
and more In sane case The boys had never been taught
German In London' .
f prisoners In this work h* shows the
I wish that I could paint what's aa I I demand that they receive the I to respect other people's property I dissension, false doctrine and

here to see: Some Institutions of higher Natzl salute to which the or to develop a liking for'I hatred by which democracy saw

The meadow larks and snail up .teaming are getting hard-pushed)i er sneeringly reply Britiah-1, animals. Their father deal had alt I be led astray and by mans ot
don a great of huntIng
In a tree for recipients of degrees. One of . ways -: which Hitler hopes that BrUU
I .'
The fronds of palm whose shad- them recently conferred upon Edgar .I l I Some weeks ago.Canada put a ,' outside and not of only the neglected rtfu'ar season hit,'and America will be perverted tie

N own look like spokes Bergen creator of woodenheaded ban on the Importation the j I hit regime '". the very act of
Of wheel that turn-a bit ot road I r'w :;own hunting dogs but openly displayed .
"
"Charley McCarthy", a U. S. of the ciaaa of making war upon u-.
;I great toward
cruelty all
that smokesIn degree for "giving millions of jture known .as the -"pulps" from; I .
I weak and helpless creatures. Consequently _
scorching sunshine after moments of tredomt from pain and' their being printed on heavy and the other hand the
I I 1 t his sons felt no remorseIn 'corrvnunl"
drenching rain- trouble." Yes "weep and you:,cheap III'NW' print,' made from I should also be Indulgent enough

A glint of red birds and a passingrrane. weep alone; laugh and the world wood pulp. Wholesale newsdealer )stone Injuring or rifle and family then pet killing with a!to permit harmless pranks. Young

boughs wMh JO'L" of the Dominion --reportad, ,sters
seeking: dn
I brutally amusements surf
and its hide
The mosaic flower that cling . 100 per cent.Increase to the sale'f f _removing I a' traditional occasion "are seldom

fast to the rocks Her Is a man who was at least of -sleek, ,as: .the magazines I RALLOWKatW FKANKS' vicious. usual tricks should ,
little birds that herein I
The gather Ztolerated.
printed on smooab hook are
300 per erat leas loquacious than!| paper ; Shooting small be-
flocks was the late Catvta Coolidge who 1 known to the trade A back full of buckshot was theresult :for throwing a handfuls of dry
Whew winds are high among the I 'a a a
:i of one Halloween prank;corn against a window IS.P u*.
cuter Keys The cost of tiring a 14-Inch For many year the youngster of l"I'taIOAable..1Ad Inhuman plrnisit.rmesL *
The pompoms oa the pink rose- Trail f cannon Is pIIM'IIIo.at $1,000. 'a small country town had de-

apple tree*. T hAt squaw who routs the fishes Wouldn't Ik be a fine thing If it lighted In playing more or less A certain
I started
Huge moths, Debts numbers an In she coals cost people that much to "shoot'serious Halloween prank oa' the!''practice which community now stet with a
their wingj A blue crab shuttling through the otr their nxwInsTT '
community and particularly
,
on a;I the approval of both adults and
A blue J y's throat that ripples mangrove Shoal a 0.0 certain farmer who regarded such)children Every child who knocks
when he slngi. A spotted fawn that trots off Jack Ben writes In his Herald frottckingi with considerable ill
door
I 11t a on Halloween receive
The heart shaped orchids, alabaster down the glades column that the Miami gamblerssay humor. He often threatened the
I |a piece of candy or. some fruit
white The dew drewlxd grass In Highland they par out a quarter of a children with a shotgun and on i This gift Insure protection to the
The cereus bloom that open lathe heather shades. million dollars a a* "pro-
year this particular occasion be finally;adult's It
property. however, no
night. Letarti ts I paint those landscapesby tection", or words to that effect I find it ;I payment is made, soaped windows

A cerffcnn-taU. a covy of young the sea. Jack thinks tbe figure not exaggeratd Children should "be warned a misplaced 'gate or a amiliar

quail TheM things mean Florida and quotes one of the against destroying property dur-I prank will be the penalty lax

Aa Indian fishing outbog the to max | (Continued oa"Page Five) "ling I| their Halloween frolics On I ivoked. IFriday



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Friday. July 4. 1941 THE HOMESTEAD LEADER-ENTERPRISE


neer'taRa1.,. s,aaacs ..gssr-f7-,ivaw.r Rrtly tin
I For That \ I

al '. t I I Lunch I


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,.:;;": :: '" -* j I *J.T 1IE be a lulJulcht drab slate lunch ao
1r
U piece of Angel

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By ABVIR CORDON I I,I : cf A cup"" ..


ALTHOUGH paint should never rf' c.lI
i bt applied during periods ot t. "
i
fog or excessive humidIty, the dryIng r tw
of paint under what might be In. .
termed normal "sticky" weather la dox
expedited by reducing Its Und me, try: this recipe:
eu content and Increasing the liquid a Angel Lemon
drier. The reduction in oil Mould
never oeeed Id1*,while ai much at 4 cap lifted cake
1 A egg .bites; U ... :
Qt of drier may bt used per gallon J
without reducing the durability r teaspoon cream of ;
of high quality paint To facilitate dittC r'ut! t tablespoon,
''0
lated sugar; U '
brushing substitute one-halt a* ih. 1i
much turpentine ai the linseed Oil H teaspoon almond
deleted. Sift flour once, \ (
four nor tlm... Beat
Following of
periods dampness,
I and salt with ... .
flat wire
I
allow
a surface to dry out thoroughly .
.
.
foamy. add of .
: before painting. Likewise delay "" I cream
each coat however long until the I i tlnu beating until
preceding one has tet.up Brtnly The family which require t enough to hold Up In
Since the weathering to often associated not dry: Fold In ;
I three bedroom And thia
nay + 1 tablespoons at a time
with -sticky" climate It
a plan one which will meet ill used Fold In flavoring
unusually I 1
were on protective coat .
need. The living room U small amount of flour
tng -particularly In the vicinity of
tail "'ater-only the most weather large and well lighted and con. tCJtE and fold In
resistant paint will exhibit satisfactory titute* one entire wing of the | until all la urd Turn
durability To be on the taft ouiUing. The fireplace I* located I Inch pan which! has :
tide. miX the paste white lead pure directly opposite the bay i lined with taper to "
raw linseed oil turpentine and drieron I, window. A series of hallwa,. I I of edge, and agalu '
the job to be certain aa to the connects all rooms and the I In moderate oven 43 &
quality and formulation of the paint i 20 minutes. Quickly >
bath. The house I I. generouslyprovided
White lead combine with United edge of cake Tarn
oil to form that highly adhesive with closets not only, Lot covered with powdered ;
moisture proof film which assure In bedrooms, for many open onto 1 j move) paper. Spread
seashore t> veil ai Inland hornet the hallway lo serve special farorlte lemon filling
that same protection which makes requirements.. This properly Wrap In cloth and cool
white lead paint the standard coating I valued' at 17,750 and I fa located
for all vessel from ocean linen U the Midwest. It we* e.
to rowboats.Q.Suggest. asthma.s UM f..II"win., "->
financed with a mortgage ofK.OOO .ea ill UM County ft
t method for removing Insured the Fed- florUoi towed
ty
scratches from varnished ..r. Lot t 1\0'10' II..... Rub, I
eral Housing Adnlnlalrattoa. tr I 00a.IrIse, I rate M. In IWtloii Id ..
face.A.-Small scratches can Invariably monthly payment en a M 110... I* goat, maulnlni 7
be removed by careful stroking yea mortgage .f this amount, Florida ta Uw Corny at \

ten the entire length of each blemish xcliuiv *f taiea and haaardUaaranee Th MMMMit of mid p
with I small, well-pointed weald amount te approximately .... and ivrtlflrtu was lo
.. .... .
Edror "' M .1
water-color' brush which baa been "0. The price *f ._ mid .."""."
ftturated with turpentine.For JIM lire-pert May tart U Mho; drew n< MwoHInt to saw.
larger terttche It It Usuallynecessary fcrtlltlea.disposed wrlb>4 shovel vlll .b>
kteKnt bidder >l the ....
to scrap oS all the varkltk '
enlly' trie' lacteal NOTICI OP APPLICATION FOETAX o* tile rent .,.*... hi the M7J.'I
down latter. ** regards
from till marred area DEan-FIN A.4H14Ckaptor anal. 1M1. vkkk to UM ..
fc the bar wood. Sandpaper or a ot," etc. Perhaps .the fluid-or much of anything I14M ..... tl inl snit 1MIDttt .
carp wood scraper It recommend- "hired out" inhibition may puzzle ebeI Notice M kmky sawn' that Fred FwhrrkolofT Ub ITtk ...> of
M for this work. of RUM sow C.u.l Tax Cfrtlfl. E. B. .
sufficient Dumber cf fresh I you It hat long been the custom I .... No. 1.S. boned Ik. Sib day of Juno, ClmH Court p... (..
Apply
I
it most news-stands to A. D. 1'U. ku hIM UM In nut atltc. Circuit Court Sol
English
iranush coats to the exposed wood, 1, That Incomparable flagellator end bas spade .pelintios" for a Ul trrtM By N. C i
to that the patch or patches are level !hire out for reading on the premIses of those whom he dislikes. Harold bo bounl Uwnon bid Ortiffeolo, timmt s1, 1.1 del l:
with the original finish. Allow the daily papers. mAn.i .
each coat to tet.up firmly before i{lines, etc, to people. not .ble-to icKet, me man with the por-
.the next It applied. cupine pen take time out from his
,
them who do not
When the final coat la dry: level purchase or cabinet duties to castigate John
and smooth the varnished treat care to keep them. Cudahy, \late ambassador to Bel.

with 0000 sandpaper 00. glum, and brand him an "inno-
Finish off by applying t high polish c
to the entire surfac There goes another fond mem- cent abroad" for believing Hitler
ory butted to smithereens Present when he told Cudahy Germany 4
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day dietitians say "the biscuits -I had no Intention of Invading A-
CURRENT like mother made were merica

really not fit to eat. Oh, they -
COMMENT all but did Hot '
tasted right contain -
Whether vice vigilance .ls on
I of the
the
proper proportions
.......""....."_...._._._....__.,,. vital elements, hence the "Bic- 'the increase in Miami It a queaI -
non raised by the fact that at
(Continued From Face Four) cuit Shooter and Pappy-past- I
the end of the present fiscal tear
Fraternity ai saying: they did not the-Biscuitt can take a back teat I
I (July 1) 1100,000 in fines and forfeitures -
mind the paying but the right and a low-down. at that. ,I will have been paid into

people were not getting It. Won- .e. the city treasury by the gambling! SMALL-/W Con

tier U a grand jury could not as- These soldier boys are quick{joint and bawdy house: last I

oertain the names of these wrong it adapting a "tlanguage' of I year the amount was $75.000 and

people! their own; at an Instance, they in 1937-8. It was $33,000 and the I
. .
before that $31000
call canned milk "armored cow year

Heading to a newt story "Hit- Their grandpa ppyt. In the war
Jw Marches Only on Week Ends." of 61-8, either had the real cow-

Euro ;you spelled that correctly, juice or nothing and it was gen- WANT ADS PAY Now the small home can be built right

nicest you mean wik
.40 t. ,. start to finish. It can be veil designed. It


legs A of Hollywood a tkater-talent studio Values at a million the' Have Your Car Checked Before You Go! be well constructed. It can include

dollars. Wonder how big a
conveniences.The
valuation they could get on theextiemrty' .
toady for the ..... road*
11PP<<
e . Net until y ea'"* had year
small home has never been so usable
A Gallup survey shows Labor Urea tad takes checked ,

tttti ant considerable its good for air leaks Ytwj .w* livable. Home financing has never

standing during the put five tt to lewnclf .. guard
TMTI and more rapidly fince repent practical for the moderate-income
swim th* daagett that
strikes, having falicb from
.
cent of the> people favoring remit frwti faulty Hret.
99
per .
The down payment may be as low as -
.. labor unions to a pieeent low ell Well beglaoilw.hack,

t .47 per cent I tissues far yo ;free ., of the property valuation. One loan
e oAa
'eit.rge- wav**. take
care of the remaining cost of a new
English acquaintance gave

ire' i: copy of "London Punch",I HOMESTEAD FIlLING STATION'c. Repayment is made in monthly In
th* great English weekly; lUut-

kited journal devoted to satire: E. Eichenberger, Prop. out of your income over ample time.
pith pen and penciL Here la ont

is" at 1U rule: "Thil Periodical It
I Gold subject to the following conditions We will help you to put through jour

lent: "It hired shall out not or 0 e otherwise 0 be resold !I HOMESTEAD SWIMMING POOLOpeaA.5.to11:36PILa.au.dapiItd111.16.. 1 cation for an F. H. A. loan.



r. Leonard W. Haakia'GLASSES fwtl Oeaaed Water Every Tested M..4Ur Kver, Closed bar An Day W. D. HORNE CO.FRANK


MONTHLY! TICKimFaaaOy. L. SKILL, Owner
I ....... r Rse assibi-- I' $1M, Adult, |U5; Chtldrftx TSe I
esters fled Rre..sea dxt awIasiag and Diyis Itmnm Site I Hardware Lumber and Building
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Paee Six THE HOMESTEAD LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday July .t, 19!!






I I n. " Social Events in South Dade . . 1





MRS. WM. C. EWING IS GIVEN BRIDAL DEMONSTRATION CLUB FIRST AID CLASSLSTO .

. 1- The Calendar HOLDS ANNUAL PICNIC BE STARTED HERE
SHOWER AT HOME OF MRS. GORDON IVEY I

: -- the The annual picnic and program First i id Instruction for women .
I July Reception for Rev.
Mr*. Wm. C. Ewing was given Mrs. Frank Belts Mn. H. H. EwIng of the Redland Home Demollt'raI of the Redland District will be .
and Mra. T. A. Ferguson In Sun-
t miscellaneous shower Tuesday [ Mrs. Green Rives, Mrs. Dexter day school building at 8 p. m. I tion Club was held at the home started within the next two .,.
A the home of Mrs. Gordon Key | Horne, Mrs. Herman Marks, weeks Mrs. H.
July 7-Business meeting of of Mrs. D. M. Brannon on Silver announces K.
fey Mn, Ivey and Mr Wm. Mus- Mn. Harry Cooper, Mrs. H. O.iThurman I "
..el white. Mra Ewing was Mn. I Mrs :John Graves: Mrs. : Homestead B. P. W. C. In Chamber Palm dron Tuesday from 11 Foulk, president of the Woman's '

Pauline Hinman before her recent David Barnes, Mrs. Walter Weiss, I of Commerce at 8 p. m. o'clock till 3. Club bf Homes'ead.
July 7-Garden Cub meeting at I "! '"
marriage. I Mrs. Gwendolyn Washburn, Mrs. Homestead Woman's Club bjlld- The program on "Our Club Program if::" Foulk received a letter i

Mrs. Chat. O Turner and Mrs. I Robert Cassube Mrs. Frank Morris In,. In Story and Verse" was I from Henry R. Roney, director of .
Claude Campbell were winner In Mrs. Allan Klssam, Mn. P. I presented by various chairmen safety service of the AmericanRed
a card corv'est. I 1B. Bird, Mn. Bert Colburn. Mn.: July 7-Business meeting of of the club. Mrs. Seymour Dane, Cross -In Miami saying that ",
'Junior Woman's Club In clubhouse
Lou Ann Ivey pulled in a wag I IE. H. Collier, Mrs. A. L. Lanier 1st 8 o'clock. : garden chairman, gave "BelieveIt I an Instructor will be sent within
Mrs J. D. Mn. Paul or Not Garden Facts"; Mn. A. weeks. One class will
the two be
on loaded with gifts. I held
Business of theI
: nn"R | July meeting
Chicken salad Iced tea and 'Reynolds, Mrs Mn. I Homestead E. Barnes, 4-H chairman, told In the morning end one In the
Woman's Club In clubhouse
cake were served. Vannie Lee Harris Mrs. Turner, I about the county 4-H Club girls I evening.

The guests were: Mri. B. A.I I Mrs. Campbell Mn. Musselwhlte,I July 10-Meeting of Prr.b'terAuxiliary. -I and their habit of "bringing home Those Interested in attendingare !
the bacon" In the of
way prizes
Tibbets Mrs. Henry Drooker, Jr., Mrs. Ivey and Mrs Ewlng lan and awards and Introduced Miss I asked to notify Mrs. Foulk, '""

July 11-Luncheon meeting of Alice Wynong, president of the Mrs. James L. Bird president',

RECEPTION FOR PASTORTO B.P.W.C. TO BE HONOR Episcopal Auxl'lary at Blackford Redland 4-H Club, and Miss Jane I Junior Woman's Club of Homestead ?

BE CHEN BY W.S.C.S. I GUESTS IN MIAMI SPRINGS I home. Thompson who represented Red- or Mrs B. A. Tibbets who '1
July 11-Food sale of Homestead land at the Tallahassee short has charge of :'he Red Cross Unit j
A reception for the Rev and I Members of the Homestead B. Woman's Club. In Homestead.
I course. Miss Thompson a i
Mrs T A Ferguson will be given P. W. C. will go to a barbecue July 15-W.5.1.5 circle meeting gave ""fc" 1 "* I
talk on her trip and work while I
by the Women Society of Christian dinner given In their honor in I In Homestead Methodist there. MR. AND MRS. W. R. BIRD ',
Service In the Sunday school Miami Springs Wednesday eve- Church.
1 Several poems were read Mn.J. ENTERTAIN BRIDGE CUB: ,
building of .'he Homestead Methodist ning. I Ii I July 25-Meeting of Redland I
A. Rothcrman, canning chair-
Church Monday evening at i i A business meeting of the club Home Demontration Club at 1:30.: The Thursday Bridge Club met '
man, read one entitled, "Jewels",
| o'clock. Mr. Ferguson in the will be held at the Chamber of at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W.
I Mn. J. D. Wysong, food and fiutrltlon -
newly appointed pastor of the Commerce building Monday evening R. D.rd last week. Mrs W. E. ,
DORCAS CLASS CHANGES chairman read two, "Keep
church All the pastors of the district at 8 o'clock. Rheney won the prize for women .,
Off the Gra.. and "Onions"; Mn.
and their wives ire Invited. : ITS MEETING DAY I and Bevo Webb, the prize for
A. J. January read "Mary Had a
At the business meeting of the WO US'S CLUB TO PLAN j'i, The Dorcas Class of the Homestead Pretty Dress"; Mn. W. K. Haas, men. {
W. S. c. S Tuesday In the church FOR FOOD SALE dATl'RDAY'' Baptist Church met Thursday In absence of Miss Estelle Turner, Those present were: Mr and *

the Marian Flc'.tas Circle presented ;I Arrangements for the food sale ,' afternoon at the home of home improvement chairman, read Mrs Lee H. Lehman, Mr. and tMn.
the program. The topic Mn. Geo. West. Mrs. West 1 la Julian H. Webster, Mr. and iMrs.
on July 12, will be made at a con- poem on home Improvement;I 1
was Investing Our Heritage forCooperl&th' meeting of the Woman's Club of ., ducted the devotonals | Mrs. H. J. Armstrong, substituting Frank Webb, Mr. and Mrs.
Work In MrthodIam" i Bevo Webb Mr. and Mis. Hind- f
for Mn. E. A. Carter, homemanagement !
I Homestead Tuesday afternoon In The class voted to send $1 a
t ''' man, Mrs. T. J. Faust Mr. and ?
Lose taking part were !
chairman, read "A
the clubhouse. Members are urged month to the Baptist orphanageIn ;
J. W Mrs. E. E.Atkinson .I Mrs. Gent M. Frlck. Mrs. .Rheney I
Mrs. English, '' ,Good
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to attend to vote on a revisionof Arcadia and to change the Housekeeper Speaks", Mrs
Mrs. Virgil! Lyon and by-laws. '!'meeting day from Thursday' to i|, Brannon, substituting for Mrs. M. and Mr. and Mrs. Bird. t

Mrs. O. L, Showalter. I : Friday because of the Appreciation A. Baker, membership and community -,

The circles ere to have a joint BAPTIST CHURCH CIRCLES II I Day programs. activities chairman, read I number gave a short history of

meeting at the church on July HOLD JULY MEETINGSAt I Thou present were: Mrs. E. I several verses about club the song, "Home, Sweet Home",
15 with the Marian Flei'as Circle { bership and llrs. W. W. the '.' ,
sung by
a meeting of Circle One of i L. Lawrence, Mrs. A. D. Smith, group.
as the hostess group. '{handicraft chairman, read mem-j The next wllljbe' held I
meeting 1"
I the W. M. U. of the First Baptist ; Mrs. J. L. Mrs. W. B.
i Scott
Those present at the meeting Church of Homestead, at the! Caves. Mrs L. Wise Mn. Julia I:Jmona's Love Charm String" July 29 in .he Redland CommunIty j

were: Mrs. B. M. Hindman, Mrs. home of Mrs. Pete Morgan Tuesday I! Polk, Mra. C. T. Harper, Mrs. I'J. Lawrence Scott, Church at 1.30 o'clock, it was ;.

Geo. Ranson, Mrs. C. O. Eaker, a program on the Jews was!', T. Kirby, West and a exhibit chairman, conducted an .announced:
Mrs A. S. Moye, Mrs. H. L. presented. wE member, : Burrell Joiner Informative quiz on "Our Coun-I I A covered-dish picnic luncheon

Brown, Mn. Mollle Wingate, Mrs. Mn. Morgan read an article,' I j I try's Flag" and as the Opennlr.t was served.

J P. Anderson, Mrs. Vlvan Booth, "Christian Rabbi Becomes Soul ,
The July meeting will be at, _ .
,: Mrs. A. !>I. Logan, Mrs. Lloyd Winner", and M,.. Jul.a Polk the home of Mrs. S. A. Turner. 'r" i!
I. Field Mn. E. S. Caplinger, Mrs. read "New Craves Increase Is-

J. A. Daugherty, Mrs. J. O. rael's Sorrow". Items were given I

Wynn, Mn. Ferguson, Mrs. English by Mn. W. D. Coker, Mrs. T. D. The Friday night meeting of .

Mrs. Showalter, Mn. Atkinson Piche, Mrs. Catherine Pickard the Homestead Art Club has been

and Mn. Lyon. and Mrs. Frank Irwin. postponed two weeks.

Present were: Mn. Harry Hall,

REDLAND CIRCLE Mn. Polk, Mrs. Pickard. Mrs. Ir- quiz on "Southern Baptist Home

SEWS FOR RED CROSS win, Mrs. Coker, Mn Fiche and Missions". Mrs. Vann gave the

: Redland Neighborhood Circle M s. Morgan. devotional on "A Jewish Tragedy", Here'sWishing .

; mElt Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. Circle Five met at the homeof and Mrs. W. T. McConnell gavean .

L. H. Klopp to sew for the Red Mn S. L. West Tuesday afternoon. inspirational talk on "The Master \ a:
t Crues.: Mrs. M. W. Craft had Is Come and Calleth for Thee."
charge of the devotlonals. Mrs.
Those (present wert; ,M n. Ceo The next meeting will be held
You
I P. Wright. Mrs. Reid Holmes,I West gave a talk on "Tiring Life at tie home of Mrt. L. A. Wise .:
of the Missionary". The next
Mrs. Sam J. Davis, Mrs. Con- Aug. S, it was announced.
meeting to be at the home of
I nelly Mn. Klopp and Miss Eva
Mrs Members were Mrs. Jay New-
Georgia Bigger
: Rotrerhem.PANEL! Those Mn. ton, Mrs. T. I E.! Kirby Mn. S. H. .;
present were: Susy
I Proctor, Mrs. E. L. Lawrence, Fitch, Mn. W. B. Myrick, Mrs.S. a . ',
DISCUSSION IS L. Kendrick Mrs. Wise, Mn.
i Mrs. Biggers, Mrs. Craft and Mrs.
I CONDUCTED BT AUXILIARY West Vann, Mn. McConnell, Mrs. Wise

i A panel discussion on "R pon- At a meeting of Circle Four at Mrs. Scott and Mrs. Brannen. 4

sibility to the Church" was conducted : the home of Mn. A.. L. Brannon, Mrs. O. I. Oiutt and Mrs. Archie
by Mrs. C. Ben Plummer Brannen were guests.
members were urged to do as ..GloriousFourth '
..* h Presbyterian Auxiliary much sewing and knitting for the

.msftinsT at toe manse June 28 Red Cross project as possible in ,

>wt>en Mrs. J. A. Ricks, Mrs. J. their spare time st home.

L. Hodges and Mrs. H. O. Cromwell Mrs. J. Lawrence Scott gave a

were hostess Assisting ..mi\ ' . ;
resume of an article, "A ChrlsUln <
Mrs Plummet were Mrs. Frank Rabbi Becomes a Soul Winner" by : '

Hathaway Mrs. Ceo. M. Prick, Gartenhaus, Mrs. J. Tom Vann . .' ...' .. ." .
Mrs. Paul Haley and Mm. Hodg- conducted! a short informative : ,

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Others pn ent were" Mrs R. "" n" "" "" ""u" "'" of .. .... ", ".

T. Burr Mrs. Marlon Blake Mrs. GLASSES 3losslaq ;

A. r. Darling. Mn. Ceo. D. RueII-1 : : . .
te, Mrs N. Van Glldren, -TeE '
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J. Robinson,, Mrs. J. O. !
Accyrefo .
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Friday 4. 1911 THE HOMESTEAD LEADER-ENTERPRISE raze Severt


I ++++w+++++++++++++ BETTY BARCLAY'SRECIPES
! I HOW TO BE YOUR II


OWN DECORATORBy Hints toHOQsewives
MAGIC COOKIE TREATS

t Hut Youngster never tire of cookie
NOW I
I. Y Served with limeade or fruit

} wry juice milk or cocoa, kv cream or
will pay the ,y
fruit, .they fill almost and dessert
ractestlon + + + + + + + f-t- -4 4.*.++++ refrsohment need.
foods that I Drrtftor, CHI HtfukMfnt SifJtf or
rout best SIMMER: : MILK DRINKSBy It' no chore to keep the cookie

peratares, Anna Mae Slke jar full if you follow Aime-sav'Ing
. Fahrenheit Make Your House Look Cool recipe calling for sweetened ",,1-
which :; I One advantage In ranking your den ed milk. They're magicallyeasy

"li temperature Tb two If yon live In the game house the year round If* not only more i beverages at home i is that you to make and tliey're a* crunchy -
cut u twin comfortable, but a pleasant change to take down your overniraperiM. know 1I'haiioci into them. Another ; and toothsome M the kind that
Identical I lake up your wool rare and put away unnecessary ornament*-atrip Is that they are often I lea expensive take five times long to -
coompllah.
sible The your room at it were, to keep It cool for summer About all the equipmcr.: .

roasting on I Instead of the old-fashioned colorless slip coven of our grand needed for making these beverages -
, and till mother. days, there are delightful striped tick In 1'1 which cost about Young would-be cooks like to
1 plainly! doe a yard, of which you can make slip cover for safe and chair which to a good egg-beater and a lend a helping hand in preparing
I are covered in warm-feeling fabrics. A cotton or fibre mixing! bowl 1, or a tight crew-top(these cookie treat Fair ttov'refailureproof
r _.,__ ruff i. ..ant clan If "our doors are hard glass jar for a ahaker and register a 'triumph
wood, a-f few scatter r may replace your roomsiltedWilton. i Since milk i* the bail of these for the conk
time
r I It'a amazing what a transformation can be drinks evrrr
there should be bottled
a
made in a room at little or no expense, especially if I Mailo Crumb Cookies
will make the alip cover yourself.If fresh supply 'in the refrigerator *
f you i cup sweetened condensed! milk
I. aa well at sirup for
'' have Venetian blinds curtains sweetening '4 admldrd
/ ] you class are Use cup coconut or chopped -
I unnecessary, leaving or not, aa you like, the valanceof sirup Instead of granulated nut meats
'f the winter overdrtperjes, should it be of chlnU. If sugar because it des ol\'e8 more 1
of a heavy material, it ia better to remove it aa well I I quickly in chilled Uquid Make a cup graham tracker crumbs
7 as the curtains If you have window shades, you may supply of sugar-and water sirup 2 1'1111l'hl stiffly beaten
j wind:! to.put !net curtains to reach .j just to the windowsill and keep it In a covered Jar. Mix sweetened enndeiuipd milk,
or orop u> the floor as you uke. Whether ur not shredded coconut or chopped nutmeats
HIIIN KOUU you use (hem often depends not no much on the Honey la a good sirup for both and graham cracker crumbs
prta w appearance of the room inside, aa on the protection sweetening and flavoring Iis
i CoW Studwnvfaa they will give you from too near neighbors' Curtains often desirable to have chocolate I I Fold in stiffly beaten egg whitisI .
naturally should be of white or cream In fabric for and caramel I Drop by spoonfuls on grensvdi
slip I covers choose cool color such a* the blues and pale greens or soft sirup Flavorings i baking chrrt Bake in mixlornte<<
I from red and the deeper colors I : should include ,vanilla almond I I
straw color Keep away pinks a they ((350 degree F.) 15 minutes
This full will defeat your purpose. ', grated nutmeg and cinnamon. |for until delicate blown Remove

s Inj roast It is just as important*; to make the bedroom look cool If you have Sprigs of fresh tender mint make I lor from pan at ontx Mike* about
healed oven chintz draperies they may or may not be left in place, but by all means delightful garnishes for cllO<'O. I|2<.
with the push them back ao that they hang in a straight line at each aide instead late milk' dlnhc*-Just a* they do l
degree point of meeting at for iced tea Ginger (ooklis
16 mluntea the top' The I *s cup sweetened condensed milk
i i Milk Shake
mum shops are full. of I 2 tablespoon molasses
i retained In : the To make a plain shake
! meat fiber most delight.fully have *4 cup graham cracker crumbs
, cool-look. ,all ingredient very cold. Add a teaspoon
full and ginger
throughout air Ing curtain anti I I I drop or two of vanilla and sweet'1'1 Mix sweetened conduiscd milk,

! bedspreads imp to taste and a few grain ......... 'l'ahal1cl"'l'kl'r crumbs
iA I dressing table of sa't to each cup of rich cold
'"" 1 skirt made of and ginger Drop by !O\1 { 1 1y dotted muslin milk Then, cither nx, with an I greased baking shoot Bake in

organdies and egg beater, or shakw until the I moderately hot oven' (n 5 cUtfrcciF
sometimes gingham mixture Is fonmy Pour Into tall ,) about 1} minutes Makes 12
" Put away thin glasses Sprinkle a bit of nut

your ac'anr'i: meg on top, if you like It, and I A Frankfurter trolls
I'I, serve. If chocolate milk shake 'I'' For the frankfurter' frolic, be
recommend taking preferred, add some chocolate to
sure bring along a spicy barbecue
i down nice I i!|I sirup and use cinnamon: on top sauce to dip the frankfurters
chintz curtains
' and replacing For caramel milk shakes, add in, as soon as they are done-
t' them with these caramel sirup-and so on. just before YOU pop them Into 1&
i attractive inexpensive I ]Milk
Float
.
1 bun.To
curtaina
1 + which you either I Milk flout are milk shake with vary the usual cjmp-stvla
can buy readymade I'a spoonful of Ice cream floating sandwich we find at 1 picnics. uy
or which 'In them To make a float, drop a putting i thin slice of cheese on
! This little 4"I Tt you can make ,scoop of 'ice cream in the glass j Ia slice of soft bread, Over it place
for I
.I even yourself little. very after pouring out the chilled slice of ready-to--serve meat,
aa a I foamy milk mixture. Sprinkle then roll and fount until brown

was tune dry I change Making for this the ,either cinnamon or nutmeg on and heated through These are
In the summer enables top good to eat with a crisp sslad
Speaking of salad. if Its inconvenient
,until,. Striped sicking Is ieeofenalre end cool you to have Jour I Malta
bones I winter things I to) bring a salad bowl
serving wo carefully) cleaned and put away f,'om the Increased dust and brightersun For a plain malt put a few and mix the Ingredient at the

treats I of the summer month tablespoon of malted milk pow- picnic grounds, then arrange several -
der into a cup of cold milk, add I lettuce leaves to make a
I 11I01'11 or APPLICATION roE i I The ...,anent of said ."....rl' under 911 bit of flavoring, and ahake well. l compact fill with the iul d
TAX DJlEn-F.. A4HHI the avid .rtifka4 w. In 1M' ..... of: For chocolate cup
I Chapter 17167A.4 of Isat Ruth tlnro.Unlro. malt add chocolate and wrap like a pop-corn bull in
I Notk la h.n.rbs pins that B H, Pod I I Hid mlirirata shall W r*. atop along with the malted milk. >
of
,
cellophane r
a )
g. 10. holder of II.... and County Too Or.tirirata deemed aeoHinf to law th* property square
No. SKI. trued the. std day of I........... them will .b> aold to tk*
Amml, A. D. IIU. has flied aama In high rt bidder al the Court How door I
office, and has ..,.. application for I ..'j!on the float Monday In the month nf Ag.
aWd la b* la..r< Umwa, *aU' C.rtifkat..obis. ,Coat teal Which I Ie the 41k day of An.SUM. .
Uw ollntlnl dnorM propwty 1941.Dated .
I In Ota County at -. BUU of FloridaLou .I this Hill day of June, IMI Does Your Car Have
1- to-wit s I L U. LKATHERMAN ClrrkClrnilt Any
I* and !G. Block (A. Fulfcml By Court, Dad County Florida.
the Iba DM C. Aaid a iuh. Plot RookS Circuit Court Peal
I( Pain S, la the County of Dad, state By N. C. rmHETT D C.
at Florida I I I cl.... IT. July 4. 11. II, 1'41)1I )
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a Lacks Power and Speed?

PIPE LINE INN
] Hard to Start?

Uses Too Much Gas? .
S. W. 6th Ave., Homet ad

Vibrates or runs rough? -1] ...
Opposite Aqueduct Treatment Plant
< By. Sluggish and No Pep?

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of plate, by
squares of SANDWICHES i i's
can be Un 4 es .
roar t
t. Her U e
like very 's CANDIES CIGARETTES

of hike lemon with I : 1 1thrive; into"our garage and hate the enxineSCIENTIFICALLY

4red ngar CAKES, PIES, COLD DRINKS
of pineapple e TESTED with our new
ts blended.
Add Ice TOBACCOS SUN MQTOR TESTER and see for yourself)
.serve at CM
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'sliced t. neat, : : what is needed to put it in first class operating

over a

',t 4 edms.rather chip l* ALL COLD DRINKS 5c condition.

41 process

adding a 1 Preston B. Bird Motor Co.

J Mrs. E. G. Hill, Managers South Krome Ave. Phone 18


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e Eight THE HOMESTEAD LEADER-ENTERPRISE, Friday. July 4 .ttll

1 week to visit her son-irt-law and'111111,1,1N/MNNNIINNNN/MNNINNNINMINNIINNNN children Ricky and Norma, lien|

daughter, Mr, and Mrs. Aubrey FLORIDA CITY I Tuesday guests of Mr. and 'Hrt*.

In and Around Dellinger, in Shelbyville, N. C.I, By Mrs. W. W. Sever_ _]I W. W. Severy.- ,-

'M": ? '"
Mrs. Adrian Jacobs and ton, I Mr. and Mrs. Philip Prentlss! Arthur Cappela of Miami wif
Billy, left Tuesday for a vaca- < Sunday guest of Mr. and Kn
of Portola, Cal., and their son and' F,
tion in Los Angeles. Mr Jacobs FlUx Schroeder
Homestead daughter arrived Monday for a
went to Nashville where he will I visit at the home of Mr and Mrs. :'
visit for several weeks.I I Edward Stiling. Mr. and Mix W. B. 1 Fambf
of Atlanta visited Mr. and
-- I Mrs. Dan Roberts returned. to j R. E. Scott Sunday. .;r
Dr. and Mrs. J. A. Smith and,r his nephew, Tom Hodges, returned -I her home in Redland last week I Mr and Mrs. Rudolph Mattaon!I t '
and Mr. and Mrs W. F. A. Rob-
and from Mount Dora after
their ton daughter-in-law, Tuesday a visit In Chicago Ports- I Alma Doxse and
Mrs. '"
Mr. and Mr,. Archer Snv'Ji: left i where Mr Ricks taught a class mouth, Va., and Coral Gables. j ertson came <::07.rt Fart|I daUghters, Shirley Dean. lad "
Pierce Tuesday say
by plane Wednesday morning for at the Presbyterian Young Peo I and Helen Schroeder _
Joanne,
visit In Mexico City.C. i ple'a Conference for a week. Mn. Herbert Turner and son, at their homes here. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. kd
I I """""" Herbert, Jr., returned Tuesday:1 Mrs. W. K. Haaf of I
H. Steffanl returned Wednesday -'I Mn. Selma Reitz, her daughter from a three-week visit In Spruce Aliases Lucy and Elizabeth ___ RedLlnl
from a meeting of county I Geraldine, and her son, Albert Pine, N. C. ,Obenehaln of Buchanan, Va., are Mr. and Mn. R.
agents which I he hat been attending will leave tomorrow night I I guests at the home of F. B. Lein- Jr., of Miami and Mrs. lieu
at Astor Park, Fla. for I visit with friends and rel- John D. Wysong, secretary of,,inger. Brandenburg of South Mkml
at.ve in Muskegon' Mich., and the Homestead Townsend Club, spent Sunday with their(
Mn. Frank Skill left this week Chicago. Ron Reltz will leave I is attending the National Townsend -, Mrs. E. J. Rhodes will leave tills j Mr. and Mn. R. E. Scott.
for Washington, D. C., to visit' her next week with Sheridan Miller I Convention at Buffalo, N. Y.,:week to spend the summer with : pal'
broUicr-ln-law and sinter, Mr and for Anderson Airplane School in this week. i I her son and daugh'er-ln-law! Mr. Mn. Clyde Niii
and Mr.. W. J. White, and her Nashville. I 'land Mrs. Will Rhodes, in Dover, her home Sunday from
daughter, Elizabeth; who it at the I Mr. and Mn Harry M. Brown, Del. Archer Smith Hospital. I
Jr., of West Palm Beach I _
and their
University of Maryland. Her ion,I Vernon Turner and two classmates -
Frank Skill Jr, will visit her in at Stetson University Bill son, Harry HI, spent the weekend -1 Myer Silverman of Coconut Mrs. J. H. Dixon left Wed:"
Washington from Vineyard School Lake of Somerville, N. J., and with Mr. Brown's parents,'I Grove and his daughter, Marlon, day for a visit with relative 111
for Boy In Vineyard N. J. Arthur Schuler of Tallahassee, Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Brown. were Tuesday visitors here. Jacksonville and Galnseville, j
I I arrived Wednesday night to spend I -
I an'dM';;
Sergeant Dukes Westof Mn. S. S. Shields accompanied I I
J. D. Redd returned yesterday the week-end with Mr. Turner'sparents
Tampa are guests of Mr. West's Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Rustud to II
Mr. and Mrs Oco. W.
from Lakeland where he attended I
Tw'ner. parents Mr. and Mn. G. A. West,, Miami Saturday and remained for
meeting of 'he elate highway -
a
,
n Homestead. a one week visit with her son and
commission on his way back ONLY[
Jughter-ln-law, Mr. and Mrs.Stuart
from taking Mil. Redd to White Mr. and Mn.. Henry Brooker,I Mr and Mrs. F. B. Freeman returned Shields. MONKEY I
Sulphur Springs, where she will Jr? and Mrs. Grace Brooker returned Sunday from Fairmont, JUNGLE

spend several weeks. to their home here Sun-I W. Va., where they had been visiting -i I The W. S.: C. S. of the Com- IMTHCUJ \
: vacation In Safety friends and relatives. I munlty Church met Wednesday ,
M-; ; ;;
John B. who has Just afternoon at the home of Mn. r K.nker

completed two courses, a radio I I'I'a I Mr. and Mn. Frank Mcllwain, Roy Chandler on Tenth street. : 1.rida'-- rI;: : \
operator's course and a Paige who was Inducted; their daughter, Elizabeth and d read .
printer operator's course, at Fort recently has been I their son, Arnold, have returned I| Mrs. Frank Stalling of Miami ..:.BI.: 1:. t I ia
Monmouth, N. J., will levy Saturday transferred from .Fort Bragg, N from a two-week tour of North and her song, Skipper and Robbie, I
for Fort McPherson, Ca., C., to Fort Still, Okla. and South Carolina. and Mrs. Johnny Becker and
after having spent a week with I I. .
His mother, Mrs C. H. Lawrence.Mrs. Dr. and Mrs. R. J. Elliott and Mr. and Mn. J. Garland Wynn.!

I Mr. and Mn. Fielding Ruff will Jr., returned Tuesday to their Let Us Auto-Sway Your
Frank Irwin and MM. J. attend I rodeo in Arcadia today.B. home In Miami after a vacation
torn Vahn attended a W. M. U. at Hire weeks spent in Alabama!

executive board meeting lii Fort C. Murphy will leave Thurs and Georgia. 1|! Squeaks Away

Lauderdale yettenfey. day for Jacksonville to bring I IMra. v J I '

home Murphy who went to A fellow ,says walking Is a lost I :nEDtANDpa"R.YC! STATIC \
Mn. A. M. Logan, her son, Jacksonville last Sunday to visit art In tide country. Is 'that so? >.
John, and Helen Dent returned relatives. J. C Dean of Miami How does he think most of us get ': Fiagler Ate. Mowrj St. Mbealea4., TU" I
Friday from a three-week visit In spent several days OIls week in from where we park to where M-HOPR SERVICE PHONE tIn
Davidson, N. c., with* Dr. Loss,'. I Homestead with Mr. Murphy. j we're going?-Lookout. i t
mother, Mrs J. T. Logan. I
J
Thelma Radford left yesterday ,
Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Duke of I to vjit relative In Jacksonville
ntzgerald, Ga., spent the 'II''ek-i ,
end with Mr. and Mrs.kE. F. Marshall 1 I Mm Kathleen Freeman has ,
of Redland. ; Marshall: !'returned from Daytona Beach I

returned to Georgia with them for whore' she had been visiting. I Ii Ii
a vlait i .
I : !' I
i'i Mrs. Chas. Pratt; la 111 at. her

Mr and Mrs. M. N. Fan and home on Waldln drive. II i UseRedland i
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Webbreturn- :I _____ I i iI .
ed Tuesday! from an extended I I i I Ralph Andrews who enlisted fti
visit In North Florida and South,I,,the navy six weeks age and has
Georgia. Mr. and !Mrs. Fansbrought I'been stationed at Norfolk will'
I'
'helf daughter, Miss spend the week-end with his par f
Martha Fane, back with them to' ants, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Andrews. Brand
spend the summer. Miss Fane I
.
Whaa .
teaches school In Sopchopp/ James N returned
I to his home at Modello after a

Col. and Mn. Ralph Klngman i visit with relatives in Albany,
have aa guests their daughter-in- GII.I .
law Mn. Dan Klngman, and her
children, Dan Jr., and Betty I Miss Jane Gatlin, who U attending Fertilizer
Anne, from San Angelo, Texas. I summer school at Florida -
State College for Women, will
Mn. Herbert Katz left Wednesday attend a house party given by
for a visit in Washington, I Miss Helen Fanner in Macon
D. C.. Rid wood. N. J. and I c... over fit week-end. Miss "
Flushing Long Island. She plansto Farmer visited Miss Gatlin hen On Your.GrovesFor .

return early In September.Mr. during Vie Easter holidays. .

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and Mn. Frank Webb and C46. L. Swan was returned to
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Mn. Webb' mother, Mn. O. M his home in Redland this week
.from Victoria Hospital in Miamiwhat

I. fc uixlcrwcuii MI .Results
tton. CIPf'I'B-,1,

Mr. and Mrs. J. p. Hendkrj .. ,
and Mrs. Paul Teuton of Miami I Tom Fennel, who la connected .
.t. . '
will spend the day with Mr and with a government project in Tahiti -
Mrs. T. E. lOrby, brother-in-law spent last week with his
and alater of Mrs. Hendly and parents Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Fen-
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TW f.lU..lm HMM >r* MOO .W.kitta .
from HIM of tho H..iM..4rtltaM
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June t3, 1921 I .4 t A i 9Ri
'Work of a prepartory nature I
has been started on the new e ,
i re A'
building to be erected by the W. Y t '
D. Home Co, opposite the Homestead 6+rF a w f. 4r

Mercantile Co. When fin
ished 'tt will make one 6f the largest .
p' and best equlped buildings In
town. It Is to be two stories in
,
height, at least, the dimension
being 60 x 80 feet The secondfloor
,t
, will be used for lodge rooms
or offices A store twenty-fi\c

, I, feet wide will occupy one side Ilk
and the W. D Home Co. will take
y
the remaining 35 feet ,"

. 'Prof Geiger and wife an,
.'
celebrating the arrival of a girl
on the 22nd"

'Sim McKinstry Is also celebrating .
along the same line Iti

a girl Sam had a boys name selected .
and says he guesses he got
his wires crossed."

-"Mr. and Mrs J. D. Redd
.
left on Tuesday for points in
r
North and South Carolina Mr {
Rl'ddl'1ll visit Baltimore: and New

York before returning He was accompanied .
by Mrs. Hellas and

granddaughter, and Carl Tweedell \\
who is going to rejoin his parents

at Biltmore. N. C. . ." 1 \
-"A. R. Livingston has received ,

i blue line prints of the new map
of Homestead, which he has spent NtRS.t
considerable time preparing , ," \\tt ti\
-"C. A Gossman and gamily \. t,
I leave In their car on Friday for

Shady Grove, F1a. where they will
stay until October 1st. , ," I RoMA q
, -"Mrs, A. H. Me Vicker is in '.
Atlanta, .where she has gone to ?
I "! WER.1RUt1' .
r .visU a sister who is sick' (Princes -I pR 7

ton."Paul I t
i Z. Camp Is spending a

few days visiting his mother, Mrs
C. H. at her home
Camp country
LOOK Magazine I Travelers Safety bcrnoe
7 prior to her departure on a tripe
to the west She will be gone
about two months"

i j "Miss Gladys Avery has YES, LADY, we know yon were well brought op You say comfort of friends riding with them They disdain the rights
bought 'the LaTonrette house in "Please and Thank You" and use the right fork and write of people on foot. They yell boorishly at drivers who displease
Barbour addition. . ." the nicest bread and.butter letter But when it coma to them.

-"H, S. Slnsel and wife left your conduct while driving, J'OIIIDGSt definitely could team that
on Thursday for Moundsville, W. Many who wouldn't touch a nickel belonged to
manners from a truck driver else flaunt all law and order when behind \
a
someone
Vs, where they will visit among steering
f > Truck driven we good drivers They keep on their sideOf
wheel with the callousness of experienced criminals
I relatives and friends" i
the road, they don t *t fantastic speeds they practice
go ,
"
Mrs C. C. Schumacher will that fundamental rule of democracy and good breeding: The serious partners of this curious behavior is that bad man
.: go north on a vacation trip in Cive the other fellow] t break. make bad driving, and bad driving makes accidents and r
about weeks This will
three give Which is more than can be aid for many of our nicest death. \
Charles clean all
to
the fish a in chance Bay Biscayne before up ladies and gentlemen. A strange transformation takes place So mend your manners and become a good citizen even I :

his wife, get bick" 3vbca they lit tehjai a sbcCM& wheel They ignore the when driving. It may save your life. C "I

Dorothy and Virginia Cameo :

ronjaftThursday; Miami to 1. 1. :OAR? TODAY HERE TOMORROW
!remake,an: extended visit with their

brother, Robert who is connected )
with the First National Bank. i

-' Fred Pennlngton left on Wednesday her daughter, Bodil Kosel a birthday (len no longer having this author.113111,558.20. and was credited back
of last week on a two. party ." (Redland) CAPITOL CONSENSUS horse racing will pay the state for debt service 171,148.05 during
weeks' vacation trip, going to _"Mrs George Turner will $ per ant instead of 3 per cent; the month of May

north Florida leave soon on a visit to Baltimore, I old age pensions will be raised In
-'Toy Hobbs will leave next Md., and nearby points." (Red- 1M1 to a maximum of $20-and Hundred of young Englishmen
I week on a vacation trip .to his land) Salaries of $7100 annually $40 it V. S. contribute equally, are learning to fly In the IT S. airbases

old home jn Georgia, to be gone I "ICaiherin Ewing arrived place estate cabinet officials on a you'll pay $1 to fish In your own in Florida. Ten have just

about, a month. home- Friday from Topeka Kans, par with county officials in the county, even In your own pondor graduated a* full-fledged ,combat
-'A meeting of the membersof lake, air remains tree but flyers from the school al.Welt
I where she has been attending larger counties who receive $7.*OC
Reserve into Florida $430000,000
the Naval Force residing brings Palm Beach 0
school She was one of the five
in Dade county was held annually from tourist each winter
I honor graduates out of a class of
at Miami Monday night for the Two colored men were dl_
!82 in Washburn College" (Red-
,
The 1841 legislature passed
purpose of organizing a unit tosecure The State Beverage Department Ing things In general. One was
an Eagle Boat for Miami land); and the governor permitted 142i shows increase In telling how he'd just got a Job asa
a large revenues
0 I "Mis*. Annabclle Lochrie and bills! to become laws Holland vetoed .
. Homestead now has 'three this fiscal It has collectedand Pullman porter and that his
Mrs. Tyre'left Wednesday afternoon tt acte. You will SI for a year
pay
member In the reserve force for $1400000 for aged conductor told he must teat thepaasengeni
:. the next four years, C. E. Cush- for Tallahassee, where they,. thieve license Instead of DOc, til paid to the blind panataos. and1needy with TACT
man.' Aldus Matthew and Roy will enter 'summer :school. Mist ** * Rosalind Becker*1i.1.! 12 tat each employe la excess of children t surplus f
Matthews. Cushmaa ha' been while of nearly $1000000 which he wanted to know
given a commission of ensign with Mr. and Mrs. Lochrie --with certain exceptions; rail- Into the school fund. "Let me enlighten yo' Intellect,
'a ftps/vision rank ofbeutartuit. Lochrie Is in TalUhaaaee". '!l1 rj5...*. raid wU pay Interest en delinquent goes county brcfhah." said the other and wiser

Junior grade, and the Matthews da City,) : taxes the same as the other dark,. "Onoe ah was workin ueat >
boys are both eamen second taxpayers: merchants with stock Gasoline sales for may, 1941 I he Waldawf Hotel One day
class. .they being tint enrollment: A needle). Of goad* exceeding $1,000 vU exceeded he same menkhof 140' ah WIt cletnln up and happen

men and Cushman doing his second .The teacher ,sec :asking, tbd pay a $10 per thousand Inventory over 1000000 gallons. ,The total t to open a bafiroom door' and deg
term. . .* boys questions tax pill an occupational< Two- revenue was $24?.404.M, divided was a lady aittin' U de tub.
.. -"Dan M. Roberts and family "How old were you last bir thdayt" thirds of the barbers In any community Jc to oouBty debt service and 3c "Ah shuts de door quick and ah
will leave today ..ona- 'vacation "Seven."aid the boy.-" can get together and raise to road department and remain says, 'Beg yo' pater on. SUM"
1, ',trip to Hastings and other "And bow old will you be next prices and the outer one-third ing one cent given equally to I "Well, dat beg )'0' pahdon'.
points in the state" (Redland) birthday?" must charge ft* Increased prices; schools and general revenue It is just plain politeness, but de 'sun'-
) 'David Kufeldt and Henry "Nine" you will have to make sworn tax the last time counties will receive dat was tact."-Ex.
1 OeiUer went to Cuba last week "How can that be?." said the returns on tangible, Intangible and Jc of the gas tax for debt service i
Inspect some ,property. They teacher. "If you were moven.last real property or pay a penalty, Henceforth: tc goes to debt ser- Jones: 'Have you planted anything
Ito be gone two weeks." (Red- birthday how can you be, nine refunding of oounty road and service and 4c t to the road department in your garden yet*"
land) next" bridge -debt service muM be approved Brown: "Only my watch, fountain
f "Monday afternoon of last "Well.1* said the boy, "'7ou. see, by State Board of Adnlnettratioa The county of Dade sold I.IU pen lodge pin and two peaSis. -

week Mr*. O W; Kneel gave I am eight today"-Ex. -county oommUrton- atO gallon of gasoline, totaling ."-Ex.Friday. .


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Friday. June 27.. 1941 THE HOMESTEAD LEADER-ENTERPRISE Pace Eleven


' norm or APPLICATION torn MOT1CI lIonel OF APPLICATION FOR r


TAX rn DEED lUll ,,j I NotlM' I n Uorky TAX rue Otis TEED IUMHotlr toot '

NOTICE If HEREBY GIVES tool /', *ruo B>IWy. ifb.Jor M *MI.M< .ef IoWU JLASSMED! ADS 1-1"I"I
Hoik*. kl >r w noun** ot of HiMim.4 Km2* d foal omHMt* / :
Troll Hnmntted T.. Corttftratoi I IIT> .nd $ JTMdated .... tttr ., of As... A. B.
Weakened 17 I. riot. II U. 2744 Jnn. A. (k. HIT ka* raw. MM Iles myadflr r : First fawBrttoa 104 UM; subsequent tnMrtionpM
till. (Ml. Mil, MM, f.I:.i ftmue In ., *. end kM Bed nepHcathM for
MM lilt. Mil. Itll 1114. Mil. UK ': licotlM for 1 Ran did 0. ..... ......... is aosaraw a lam :

MIT. Mil. 1210. detod the Ith day .., in noordinjoi with Ie. Said f'Mtlf.... ._ the _. -- -- .
a-o..... A. D. 1MT. kM filed. MM 1 IMH* .' following -.1. pop.rly. N1soW .
Cortlftoeue tm My "offle. nod hoo ..dcpBllcelloo > :rroiwrty, Pod. County Florida. lo-wHi "
:
Cur ui did I* IMU thm... rkirtde .. Lot II, Block <. Lincoln Park AddHlao. FOR RENT C-A-S-H. Do not ask for termi

In ncordM with ... said Conlfl.MtM Lot II. hi the City of HoM.lmd.County . I-A 1 Treeneed some fertlltution
Makrw the foMowIndoerrikrd of .B- of Pad*, (tate of Fh. Mla.Tk I I
property ......... la Undo County .....*. *tnt aioieiniinl ef MM property ofIdw FOR RENT-Smull I 1'00IIhowIe.1 but you will never get more for
... to-"!*! Cortlfluw UM OrtlflMM UaieM WM la the It U
meet of 'w0.s of Unanown. .., Mid C.nlf.loaM partly rurnlihcd. near Seaboard your money a glvt-awiy
h lot 4. Block I. .Come_ Ad... Mid Cert". ikall .. r.enniid ererrdlei 614w i rSUUon. A. I. Ennli. at $1100 H. A. Cameron;Phone
Ik* City til __., County (pj4-ll I
Ded. ....* of FkirM. .. .. ..... Mm IX U.of Ui dd will .Mw thcnoan on tk*..y rFOR 7J Homestead Florid. (l1.t)
day of July. A D. IMI.
h Certificate No. I7 thin M day ef Jun*. A. D.r
of MM property under the of ,........ M'f. REXT-Funuihcd cottage, 3 :
.MM._ CVrUflret Of UaknOWO."'..... WM In tilt "Am N. $ B. B LIATHERMAM. | blocks from ocean on Miami FOR SALE Trop a plant uit-

Lot .. Block .. Comments A Mil- Mid now Unod** : : Clark Pad H Circuit County Court.rtarNOTKI Beach, at $20 a mo. 2 bedroom, ,I nil tree and troptcai fruit Uaeaaon.

h th> CR ltw' HomMMd County known.Unto. Clrr.lt Court find Jungle Grow Kedlaad
of bed. of Florid I living room kitchen bath with
M cm.kreerd
)
said III N. e. nT.UETT. D. C.
I* Certificate of N., 171 ThMoMMMnt domwd ........, (Jun. .. II 50. 17. July t. lOCi I i shower, nice yard. Will mil I road and Plummet drlv
Mid
prrfwrty tiadrrik ; I IMn.
Mow tkrnon
MM nx.fk.0.400.4 wise .. D. couplet or 4 penonB. Apply to

.on* of Unknown.Lot Doud this Loll E. Trepte lau Fron. i j i FOUND
OP APPLICATION
Block .. Comment* AM.. 1041. FOR
U the City of HowMtood, County L TAX DBEU de Av\ or phone 62441 Surf.

of l>*do.Im Blot Certificate of Florid N*. ""u. ,no.ereoed ..... la krrrky 1.01. 1417NnUc ..fthat '"'.. '; aide, Miami Beach. (pill) FOUND-3 mutw may

_...., of MM property ..... CI...... Cmrrt / ...... Bellry. holder M _10_ of Cliy he same by calling at this
th* MM Ortllloet Wed Mi !. of Hinnoiloed Tni CntlllretM Nunkrrrd FOR RENT-one and two bedroom -
.... UM aI UnknownLM <,,... .. I..B ; 1 10011 and 1011 dated the led day .f office and Identifying mules and
f, Blerk I. CremWFM Add, ,_ A. D. ..... kM filled MM Onhflrauo > apartment; electrically paying for ad.
h U* Chy of HnMiotoed. Count ifnt NOTICE I* .., office. end kM -. er.reten equipped\; fully furnished;
D.J.g4 d Florid.. r .. .. for lu dived to ease lh.ro>,*
0. .etlf/Amte Me. 1704. The = 1'1.' ..... TAX 10 eewrdaM* with law MM (."III. clean; reaionab': rent; five LOANS
_. of MM erop.yt .*.y the Hona.d, *... Mikrer* the followlni aWrrierdprowrty. minutes drive to Homestead on
MM Certiflcat U..... WM ,. wsame end iKMtod I* Dodo County Fkul.
t Unkaew County ., to-wll i Federal Highway; corner Biscayne LOANS TO BUILD
,..
Lot .. sixth 4, Conowre* AMn.. '11126.1611. dated has Lot I. bleep. '. Bonlmrd Addition. I drive at Modcllo Eva REPAIR Residential, MODERNIZE Grove
aI Do*. Pate aI Flnid., M ..... Owed W hound Count of Pnde .... rf rlorMe.M Collliu. (J6U) and Business Property

...... III Ortlflrow No. ". Th taw. MM C. onbreerd h certificate No.
From 130 5
to f 000 from I
luoM. TM aMMinimt of MM mo. tot
prop.ny
FOR RENT -bedroom 2-bath ,
OMOoinirnt of MM prnerrty under 'lo.las _., : ,
odes UM Mid Certificate I.
taw MM Certificate Loud WM Int Dade ": ''. house unfurniihed. Nice locaI >'ean.
hi ;
:: nod WM the nam of Unknown :
>t MM of H. A. Cennron. LoW cat I. Block 1 -...... Adnk No Down Pa'm.nt-No Red Tap
Lot Loll J. R. Brooki.
4, CoKMerr Atdn. bit II (rnU-tf
"c- ** no In the City Hon. I I
of 4rod
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In the. ef HnniMMd County ef FIe"" SMALL, MONTHLY PAYMENTS
let* I
'bread"f Bed I.* Mate ominnti of rktriot NO. mi.n. M _*. th. *The Mid. ":.. : Cray rmkroood of Dad.le. But Corllflcete of Florida No. I IM 'FOR I RENT-Reildenc In Florida I$200 for 36 mo.-Repa $'.39 mo.

kiinuilH of gold ........ under nB oft ..... 1MII Th arrest of MM .n*. City; 1 btdroomi irepUc: electrie $500 for 96 mo.-Repay SIU7 mo
Hw sod c.1f...... k.u.l VM ID .ret. oh.ll k. soy vndrr the Mid .0dtlral. W.u.d $1,500 for 60
WM hi the same ef t.:. ..... stove running hot and cold mo.-Rep. $3250
the MX of UnknownLC4 tar ..... will
IT H.II'! Adn.. lit the. doy of July. 11..... MM Certificates ohall k* ..' water two bathrooms; IUlOn. mo.
......
eoFordlnc lo law. tat drrd will
clay hot*aI of BoH'oM rifrido-.J. ol CwntT rnhrM4 of T.o*lOrtlflcau Dated UM E .... thrrro .. the with day ef July ', able rant Apply LeaderEnter1 Ask for FREE Estimates

No. MOI The tnim Circuit .IIa.hie D. IMI are day. of J..., A. D. 1. Without Obligation
.*.! of sold pmirrtir Under the. uKOrrtlflnte I Circuit court I. L B LEATHERN Illl LOANS can be secured to Modern-
Ioiw4 w !to the. MX By
of Uoknowp1x4 (I... I Clark of Circuit Coort I FUR SALEFOR lie and Repair LEASED OR
II. RalA""Ieno.. ,. the Dail County. Pilo/d. MORTGAGED
City of Hnoierteed County of Tied., Coxen1 : Property.We .
Butt of ,,........ M P.......... In NOTICE TAX 8, M. C tTEBRETT. D. C. I SALE-Model A Ford. f JO.Girl ; also have F.H.A. LOANS for
." a. II, N, I?. July 4. 1'411 I
neiraiOrrtlflMW Notice n he New Homes
momt of low so's.rly ..... the she ,.... holder u I . i bicycle, $5; Electrolux payable monthly-
Waved WM In the. Mm .trad Tu < NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOB $75 Mn Powell Bauer drive Leo ler 20-25 yean.
cI VnknownLet dated the Ilk | TAX DEED ui supply your BUILDING
4 mile of Rtdland
It Hall. Addition. ,In the. IMT has i / File, Ul21 wett rood
City of HnnuMtrad. County cf Dad.BUU .. nfflc, aid .. Nut4' hereby .1... thai Then NEEDS. Prompt Sertice.:
of rU.rloa M rmkrnrod. In tar died U .... Belkry., koldrr M antes. ,. ol City I FOR SALE-1J3S pick-up In good BROOKER LUMBER' CO.
Certificate No. It.... The.. *. with law laid Hiamuad Tm Certificates N.........
mini of MM property under the **'MOrtlflcaU fallowlnf _. end 6029. dated the 4th day. nf mechanical condition 1229 caih.Mr Phone 62 Homestead Fla.

bound WM In Uw. urn Pad. Cointy. .... A. D. !"'. hu filed. Mid C.... '. *. M J. Connelly. Rural Rt.
ef Vnknown Lot 15. I< ; .." In Any rffk*. and kM niado op.Iksti MISCELLANEOUSQUILTS
Lot to H.ll. Addition. ,la the City of It"... m for lei did I* tour Ihrrnin"i t, Box 265 (Jn27-Jy4)
City of Homeoieod County of Dnd.. ..... of aeovrdaac With lew, solid terttft.
auto of Florid M onkmred. InfertlflraU The' ... rniorac* th. fojlowln/ : dWcrlbrd FRYERS FOR SALE-2Sc: Ib 'QUILTS 25c each.
No. IM4 Th Mom.rn.nl th. MM .... __.", Salivated In D." County Flu,. per
of MM property under the. MidOertlflrnU name III! 1'''' ., to-wltl Shanklin Groves Florida City. Blanket,, double or tlnjle. and

stand WM In the ..... veto thrU kr Lot ,. Block. *. Diamond Park (Ply lit bedspread same price Mr.
cI 1nkn.... tea. d...d will' I ,In th* City of H_..... County ,
Lot II H.ll'. Addition In the day if July A of Pad.. Blot of Fl. '.. M ..... Keitt Jackson 113 S. W. 2nd at, i
tJlty of HciffioBtred County of Dud.BUU .. DOW thai ...... In Certificate No Inn The 1 1a.iMimint HOUSEHOLD GOODS for sale- Homeitead. (ml6-tf)
of Florida M omkrnrrd. InCortiftraU C of oaM property nndrr Twin beds with
No. IteT Th. Clmifl .0JrM51.OIy4,4541)I the MM Ortlflrat* Noted WM In complete m'I-1 I
tent of sold property under the ai4Cortlflrau Circuit court I the name of II... C N walker' tresses and springs; WANTED
hosed WM In the soma By Lot.. Block .. Diamond Perk 4-drawer
of Vnknow fl... ; In the City of HnmriMd County filing cabinet; English
Lot 14 Holla Addition In Uw. of II... state of FlirMa. .. ..... tea wagon and other fumiihmgi WANTED-Saxophone 01 carnet
City ef Hon........ County of fio.iV NOTICE Neared In C..II.-... No' K2 Thea0w..nt In good working condition
..... of FVrioa .. ....b...... InOrrtlflcaU TAX I of teM ,......., undrr Can be seen Bt Citizens Bank
No. 121*. Thr mono C,.*. the MM Certificate weed WM In BId,. for next ten dayi Gertrude wanted by widow for lOlli grade
men of aM .. .. the name of L'nknownTnloM .
property wider the MldJCertlflrau iN. I* girl Have good bugle tot tome
Breslau Fuller Jn6-U.
Wood WM In the home Drown holder ( Mid CortirkaM shall a. .
of V.. ..... ('....III.... No -...rd *or....,... .. law, tat lived .111 deserving child. Bin, 1375
Let n 11.11's Addition. H t-. ....... A. D *... ........ on the nth duy ., July THREE BEDROOM HOUSE In Homeitead
Thy of H....'... Courtr of Dai1- .. 01'..... and P 1MI
Hut of Flnride ni .rhracod. In tai deed to noted this IH .., of ...... A. U Homestead Living, dining room,
ConlflrnU No. 12','. 70 nuex.uwnt Certificate ... . kitchen bath plenty of large TUTORING WANTED high
of Mid property ender the M dFrtlflreU I t t LFATHFB.MAN school and
school
I'J : closets hot water. Lower half grade subject ti
heard WM In the some $. ', Clerk Circuit Court ,
of Unknown. Ut I. Rlock Pad* County. FUirl4n poured concrete balance ihinglei Mra H. J. Armstrong A. B,
Lot to Hall Add lion. ,In He B.... I. fan ; .lt Court Bmlr
('fly .r .. County of "._'. State of T N. ('. iTF.RRETT. D. C Six lots, tam:y fruit tr.... Plummer drive and Country

soot. of "Florida. Mrrerd InCertlflrot. Th. _.... ,... a. II 10. IT. July 1. IMI S4 OO. Term. Eleanor Froicher Club ro d.CLEAI'o .
No. Win. Thr aw.Cirrtlflceu the Mid ...."..
went of sold" pensively And" the "'it unknown Phone 526J.PAPAYAS. .
RAGS \VTED' WIL
Wood WM In the bam Unless Mid NOTICE; ar..llrU..N FOR

of Unknown deemed so-.., OTA DEEP: 1 1NOTICE St: i pound. Mrt. Keitt exchange subscription or .dv....
Lot IT H.ll' Additkn. In th* drr-rlhrd 'ho..
City of H......... C<*optv fl Polio hlyheet bidder : File $1260 Jackson 113: S. W. 2nd it, tiling for clean ragi LenderEnterprl .
Hut cf Florid .. .-...... ,In II HFHFIIT GIVEN that.
i n the tint II. **.
I... ..1I Homestead ml6-tf
CertlflrKt No. Kit The eioeo.Orrtrflreu I Wt. IMI. ... 1If.1. holder M awnrnee ( )
of H<>mjte.d Tat CerllflrlM --- -
soot of sold proemAnd.. .. the sod 'u.t ;:410: I I : .. toot 6004 end 1144 :doled, i tot 41. w. P. Horn'. 1.040., PlusRook
Noted w In the ; FOR SALE.e. Persian lime
nf UnknownLot nan ..* 4th day of June. A. D 121. .... I. rest 111 Loowd I. I.4. ('_..

4. R.......... AMn. l. theCHy L .. MM CeTtlflrauo In piy office. .nJ grove, 5 years old row In full ty, ..... nf .1.". na r,. Seated Is
of Clrrull C<;: ;'{ node upplleetloo' fi.. ... did to CertlflriU No. 0.15. The, a. eioenl of
Hiimwteed of (
Omnry 04o 2
bloom. No miles
Court buildings
I Circuit only
Buio of Fkireila. ...'nced In Chan .... thereon la nreord.ne with law Mid property naner the MH| eertlflcau
,,,.... No. 5211.tn The ...ro.en.oO My ; 'd Certificate rabrae the '. "./.. from bank, 12,200 caih- brand wo. In the ..... of Unknown /
I IJun. 1 .
.. In ... II 11.('lei.'. Bunk.
ef MM ."_PIP .."., the Mid Certlfi.renr / .Ihod prowly Affiliated II. I Lot Bukdn Plot
.
.. I. I. located Mi ....
owned In the of ,. Florldn lo.wllLot NOTION or APPLICATION FOR Pay 1> County.pute .
WM name
I" THE
.
Lincoln. fork In
Unknown.Lot II Block 1. TAX 01911-Pile. A4001 of Florida M oikre.'od Or.tlfkat.
T. 11_..... Addn In tike Firvfs-T FLORinA. 'I 1 I In th. City of rTnme>trd. County nlDad. Chapter 11461- .Arl of 1629 No Kill The, leaoMr,... of Mid
City f Cnfnr rf .. But of Florida' M rnikmcedIn ... krM W, M CllkkKm. / property under th* Mid *.rilflrut, la.
Howie.ued Pad N. n r il thai
<
-n
I *
I.
(UlNTVi
... ._ .._ ..... .
But of Florldo a* .ndraoed. In ('.... I I CoI"lfk.4Meet Ii. .. The holder of But and County T.I Crllfuat. Dow Was In the d I'n. 1
."..... No. Itl4 T.. ..o.r.r01 Kill TO I II of MM property ender th JI... TM>.. Nitwit the ttk day ofJuly. Lot I*. block 1. wood'. A4.li. Plot
ef few property ...... I1-. Mid, OnfTI.MU TAX SALE : .1 Mid Certificate wend WM In the J, A. D. '''1. kM filed. some In nynflk. Book I. Pay 182. located In..Undo Coun.ty .
of State .f .. sheared
I'nknmrnLot Florida InCertlftraU
Mined WM In the Rome of I IUnknown I CITY OF. naw .. and kM nod eppllraUon fn. nui
II, Blork I. Lincoln Park, InIke .i No KIP. Tk* *>Me meot efMld
oration died to k. ....... '.._. BaM Cntlfk<
Let a. Hoo.rf Addn Hi old lent City' of HiMMetcad. County it rte nneracM the '01..1... drorriWd property sods the. Mid re"iflobtsWad .
City of Nominated. Coonty or Dodv. rlal."If. ,\ I..... state of ForMe. M mUwud ofFlorM WM In the ..- ., I e.aownVnlou .
ropers In the County ef Pod. But
But I I In Certirtreu No "'). The ar..5w.nt MM ...."...... Alkali W re.
of Find. embraced <
u > rertiflMU JOHN IL I> If *. b0w111Loot {
of Mid under 11.mid detailed Moordlnn to 4Us deed will
N. 131S Tk. property ef Palm
a- -w-taI ae It. Mlork .. Ao od Flat
MM property md-r the M'd CVrtlfl. NOTICE I II I f Certlflreu Wed. WM I* Ik* same of .Perk e R**A., Plat Bonk. t. Pan its. Mme thereon M the tlrd dnr of July

... iMuod we I* the same of i I Notion kj Unknown /In the county of Dado. state of tlurldeTo .. D. 1941,
argon al n point 110 R nf WCor 1 D.WtitheIIAOarofJoan A. O 141

V.Lot_a R_.... Adon., H lhe ,I.by Ftrorhiir authority. .... I I of W I* of B wik of NEef lIP MM* a roruflr oiim.nl!*of, we new to prop.rly tile raw wader oftItaveyM E. B. LEATHFRHAN.J-lork.

City of Flnmound1 County of Dad. Arthur &...... silk. N luf theses NCI nlonteur : T,. to.Vnloia CIwot Cs r1, 1M. C'I1. Film"*
$taw of "..,.., *. M ..broeed. I* ore.tlflrate I ClmH Court <* k redid. of 410 ir e dhunctof MM oartlfkal. shelf k* rid.iniidlc Circuit Court 41M
No. Mil Th .... ....tnf 40 nwr. or line ofI 4l. ta.. the droirlkod N. e. 2TEIRPI' n. C.II. .
: pr.pirty
Circuit of -1i.i..Iao >
MM property nnd-r the MM Crnlfl.MU Floridl! that .. I I wile t BWU of I Uthenr ., 0 brown 'lIr.. told (n the k0bwb06r I ... ... 27. July I .. 11. II. 104105OTlt
B tot .! Comer of w'y """';
lMud WM I* the "... of pendlni In it the Court HOOM door on the flat Moo.
of 0541. d then,. tr II: OF ArriM-ATI"1 FOR
wit
Unknown. eowk1la I
municipal : 'I'A: lay In too mouth of Aiwieil IMI,
Lot 1*. RonrdT AiI'.. fa t11,9 I 1 Pon..ote nhe move TAI UEED-FI4 IISMNotice
..,kI.. II .. the 4lh day of Annual,
City *f Ili_..... Cowxty rf IWd. IHorkorb .. or MM. and Mini a part ol ..H or Dated this lot dor of .I.ui..,. I* kenoy plww '%" HelllwVk.' ,
state ef Florida M ..._ to -- Master WH of wile of NE% of 'WV. latin K R. LEATHERMAM. tlrrkClmiH / IM.. holder M w4t.te of City of Hi;
.,..... N*. HIT TV. a-.ws..1 I- Court II Tnwmklp IT Pawl Renn yEt > 1 Court, Dad Omty, Florida I owed Tai CeufHaU Nuo,Ueed
aI low prrowrty mode itsaid c..tl', II I the In the Chi ef Homeneed Cewly Cintuit c._ Mtal doled the irk day of llorootta*. A. D.
I ky wine Kf the : of Dud*. state ef Florida. M ewe ( hoe filed sow C.ttlf.o.te fa my
saw wooed WM In Alto of ,
Vnknown.Lot same for sole nod I I heated h> OertlflreU ..... ..... TM ... ". CP11011.147.D.C.IJly dike. end kM mad ....1...., .. for Ui

II BonnT Aoa**.. In .... I Iklyhorl, kldder ,, w.5.m.st of MM rroeerty ..... deal U nwue Utereo* I. eeu...donee wllk
City PlneMaued. Oonty of r 10..., "" ,...-.. b of the. w. rte ON"ificat. heal woo ,4 I ItheacmedJ NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOB ... Sow Cenlflcot* eoikraee he follow, ('
state aI ",. ,. .. ...breeed ,. C- I" D.00.44. run deacrlWd property ."..W I* .Und
r ... .
.. .......,. the .. *> TAX DIED-Flfc) .
50(40. N. $216 11. ... Unto. MM CrrtlflratM .11 be ew I* kereky tleen that lum.Uh. Constr. ,....... to rlti 1
of MM I.t' het- .d eonrdlMI In law lei dwd wl'l Lot 10, H.ward'a Add MM City
property under th Mid Cortlfl.MU A. P9. 1.4 "an : I.E.... e* _lease of (.emlaoM .D.d'
thrroon. th Itk ef July I ofFVrMe.
day of auto
owned WM In the. naaw of lots *n '. Tai Ceetlfleaua el47. 4ol" rf Homestead. County

715...,... being local, a hour of an ': ':ted. 1941 ih., and whir 01 I.... .. D. : 101. fc'Il, and dull dalod the ik day ef .. under
Lot 1*. Hom-e AM.II too \wi|..d ...- \ .rf A..... A. D IU ,OM fllod oaWCrrtlflMuw .IIP- n at :.w.J. ;rty. 4be
\ OrtUkwU
City ef 11 o-wod, ftyty of Dan%. 1"IorttI. son takrk In p>y offlc., and *M tare 'I o.
sew of Phew.. r .. .bm-d to C210. Two I Inrennlliw B. B LRATHEKMtM, tOPI.- fi.. UI deed U WM thereonle some of unknown tl.lr.4 CertlfU
"' .... Mo. T"oo. on--oji "tef I .. I Cloth ., Olivetti O-t. .00. ._ with lew. Bald Cerllfl.MUa ,'tai'deed he wd.d s.on'' 7 to 10.
saw proporly vneWr the Mid OarUfl.MU Pod County Florid emkroce the Mlewind drorrlkodproporky will k.o> ik..en an |n> Mk day
PM I
Noted WM In Ohio Mw ef I Hi ':= Court.1 : emnwd M Foot Coaaty Fieri.d I,Ial Auraol. A. D. l.1.Doted .
Public i iI : D. C.
Unknown. l by N C OTEARr7T. tola lot dew rf Julr A. D. 141.
Unko rid Cortm-wIM. ill.n re wig .. II 12 n. ).If .. 11m 5.wU1Lot so C r Adorn Addn. PM I L R. LEATHER*. Clark

t iwid noMrdlnt to .lew. l-n d-d .>\1 with The all end the..*. Boo I, Ptee .. leoaud le Cede County I I CIt Cowrt Del Coi. -,. Fl"td*.
now* tk.raon *o Uw ro day ef July aMuro>Miwa NOTICE TO rmCKBOLPERl 1 1K J New ef Florid M __ In OrUftnau circuit' ) C.i-et loalBr
A. D IMIlhaud I levy .k ,,.. .tlr n kr.ky rlr.1 Ml the .-.M| )I.. $.,. The r.wso..t of M. C tTFJtBtTf.1.D.0 f
Ik* Ird day .of Joe*. A. t "" Id" .. ef haw Mckr-Krr. rf tt* Cool gold property uneer tk* Mdd MrtifUeuheoed July 4. II. II. 9%. A, i. 1411

1511 rwtad tkli ", NuiwrlM CW wig h* bow ot low ..,. WM In the woos of fnknewn.Lr4 .
L 1 U..T1IU.AN. '*". .. rf .. Cxwoaiy et Bonmnrnd Flo ... W tl. R....'| t,ikde, PM
." d "" ,,,... Overt 11'1 __,. July '1. IMI at trM wow I Book 1. Pa*. 1M. weaned In rod. Cy. I
_............ . for Ik* ..iria I rf olonlei tonrd = I( .:' ". M .mkreoed :
Cana SeelUs" !II.tor' ( diiwrtor nod nranMotlnc 4or Cwtu: $. The a.-me" L.mr
ft N c. muutrrr. .D. C. : .. M .-. rr*>* kaf... :O>O>|MWB. .I :and ..WNW nd- the rod o.ndAm56M.4

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Twelve THE HOMESTEAD LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday July 4,1941WHAT'


Retailers Must Pay Gross Receipts FLORIDA Orlando, ORANGE July 3 (FNS PATENTED)-A patent

,laS1 II I wa issued bat week by the
Lee
Tax for May Warns Comptroller
Y'1r I United State patent office to Robert -
L. H tfn of Shiloh. Brevard

With Cjhe new retail license alldInventol'1 Impend an annual graduated license county, for a ..aeedl..." pineapple
tax and a separate additional orange. Official said that it wu
'I tax: due a* of July l'i
WITHOUT I' annual Inventory tax upon the tint patent ever Issued fort
AEN State Comptroller J. M. Lee
.. :, : 'i independent and chain itorei. Florida orange.
charged with in collection, u urgIng

?, retailer to( make their sworn::1 Survey Shows 85 per cent of Travel

return and send remittance to I

him In Tallahassee uruned.; tely j! In United States Is by Motor Car

Green Salad Leaves Rich to avoid penalties and help reduce I II I -..
the state's coat of collec i I Various estimates have established alone. Since, however nearly

in Vitamins and Flavor tion. He make the appeal In to( the Importance of the motorcar every driver combines business
da,'* l issue of the Leader-Enter-i to the American economy,,h i and reereatloo\with hi* car, everyChevrolet
which' owner put many hundreds -
price In an advertiment
but has demonstrated
none 10 strikingly >
also call attention to the fact thatgross of of business mile on his
the reliance the "
receipt taxes for receipt auto annually.
1tt Y American public upon passengercar
a C for May and previous months I '
transport as a figure just re-
must be paid immediately if not
Ireidy paid In a prepared statement Manus.facturexs : '
he points out: I

Chap'er 20689 Laws of Florida el in is
this country by
LETTUCE Act of 1941 (Senate Bill 88)) car. traV'1
LEAF LETTUCE COS BROAD LEAVED CURLY LEAVED repelled Subdivision B, Section 4 II And of the 499 billion
OR ROMAIMS ENDIVE ENDIVgr of 1935
of Chapter 16848, Acts traveled by American

relating to 11'0ft"lpta taxes. lest year, !55 per cent, approximately
I However, the act provides; 'Noth! 250 billion milesai 'ravel
ing contained In this repeal act, on business, more miles than,
hall be !inTerpreted to affect: orj I I by ill other forms of transportation
f I' to excuse or relieve any person]i cambined, whether on landon
WkCMERVIL from the payment of gross receipts In the air, between cities or
I under said: vI'd
taxes imposed I within the community on trips or
I Chapter 16848, which shall have merely between home and office.
CHIVES CORN SALAD CURLED accrued prior to July 1, 1941.:. Today America'
.. CARDEN CRESS 27,300,000 car
"It i*, therefore, necessary that I owners-every fourth citizen-

dree Leave Kick to ,....... EaUy Grows at Some a return reporting cross receipt find it virtually Impossible to dif
in full up to and Including the I ferentiate between the "busines had 110experience
Bowl salad, which gourmets of leaved. Both hive a distinctive month .f May, and "recreation" function of their
the lay nineties! Insisted on mixing tivor. They mature in 70 days, all previous 194lndUdin'l' motor cm, for the . .
that
at the table, and great ehtftalwiys and lUnd both hot weather and ) be lame car
Include II MI IndlspM- frost. A late owing should alwaysbe deLnquent take the wage earner to and from
able of ii mid to mature In the fall when made at once. Please do this now work serve the
part a perfect menu a* family'i principal But I didn't need experience
enjoying i revival and playing a frost Improves the flivor. and save additional cost for yourself I source of recreation during
pew nit.Alwiyi. Corn salad hat a fresh and spicy and the atate. leisure time."Assuming. became the first thingI
: esteemed for IU piquant favor which mike it a welcome "Chapter 20977 Act of 1941
freshness and liner, it 1 rredlent of the bowl salad, and III-I for the moment that
now proscribed I did was call in Turner's.Everything .
(House 308)) repelled ill the,
by physicians n the most frown eiiily in spring and : U:11l i 89 per cent of the car old by
important source of health giving Curled garden cress thrives with sections of Chapter Chevrolet, the leading producer ran smoothly
vitamins! And new discoveries lI.eCtla ordinary garden culture and Impart 16848, Act of 1935, relating to during the part decade, were
I
premium on green leaves a pungent flavor to the bowl perm*' and annual graduated used exclusively\ for business," otter thai Depend on them!ITurner's
the salad, line frees coloring talid. Witercreii li highly prized license taxes, and in lieu !thereof William
indicates richness in vitamin A. and easily grown when there is a E. Holler, general sales
Here I Ia another point on which food supply of fresh water to keepit manager, pointed out, "then you'' Funeral Home
the gourmet and doctors agree, constantly moist everyone to sample. would have more than 5,000,0001privately
linn leading chefs In our big cites Chervil i* in aromatic plant Betty June Jenkins and Ruth owned passenger car I 14-HK AMBULANCE SEKTICI
have been insisting upon leaf and somewhat resembling parsley but Byrum; showed us the proper way operating on business errands Lady Attendant I,;
eo* rather than bead lettuce, where superior In favor; and can be used :
they could let It for mixing their both In the bowl salad and ai a to let the table, and Virginia Kel-I Phone *7. Homestead
an... stlids. Tight beading sorts, famishment for meit Like parsley ly showed us how to arrange WANT ADS PAY I },
they say, lack flavor and do not do the seed is slow to germlnite. flowers' for the table. 61
justice to carefully blended dieiaiBgS Sow it with a few, radish seeds to While working in handicraft we I r
mark the row.
A most Interesting variety of Chive i* a most useful salad vef.etabli. made attractive lapel pins. I
green leaves for bowl salad can be It li a cousin of the onionof The members are to bring I'' ,
grown by home girdenert. aisur* which the leaves ire uied. They small box to be covered with '
big a varied selection throughouttfc hive a delicate onion favor Just Italian clay and a design to goon THESE USED CAR BARGAINS
summer and fall. To begin with enough to tenon the iilid. Chives I
the of the box
arc leaf and col lettuce, chefs call VOW from seed easily, and a plant top
the liner remain Both art easily lives many :years. It bean in attractive I
Brown leaf lettuce in the early lavender flower and i I. often MEAN.
summer and fall living leaves used is a border along the garden G. BALL .
NEWT. i e
Urge enough to vie in thirty days path. ii
from .owln,. Romaine ii fully ma- At least two sowings should at i
lure in sixty d.,.. and stands the win be made of these leaf vegetables i
hot weather somewhat better than one in the spring and on. in NOTARY PUBLIC
U1i Endives pe. midsummer for the fall crop; and Money In The Bank! .
: next In Importance. It ii many a* four lowing may be I
tomes in two types, broad and curly mid with good result
Fire<< Insurance and I

,MNINNINNNNNN W MN NNN N, N NN NNM teen Kindred Lines
were presentAt
HOMESTEAD 4-11 CLUBBy our gathering July 2 MiD GUARANTEED TO DE I .

LILLIE LITTLEr1NMNNNNNN,1,111,1NNIINMNNNNM Mary Lucy Hughes was our instructor PRICED BELOW TilE MARKET
I and Peggy Smith, assistant -i 15 N. Krone AT*.

The second meeting of ,the Summa In our food preparation w. )
4-H Club ha shown an Improvement worked in group: and made delirious t
In membership. Four- fruit -dlihee--enough for 193. WILL YS FORDOR SEDAN-

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Worth considering for cheap transportation .
* i

DR. C. II. DENBY CMl p I 9;


) notf N I 1936 CHEVROLET 2.DOOR SEDAN-

Osteopathic Physician \

In exrelJant condition throughout.
Phone 39Homestead I

1937 FORD '"GO" 2-DOOR SEDAN-
j Fla.

(Over Brown'i Drug Store) Good mechanically: : 4 good tires; original -

A DAY TO REJOICE paint. "

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N. N NO NN..NNN
Political rreedom
was the eolo-
WOW goal, on our first Independence 1936 OLDSMOBILE "6" SEDAN-
Diy. Freedom from ilfcies t
The World'. News Seen ThroughTHECHWSTUNSaENCE i* the objective, today. Millions, Been weD fared for.

IONITOR SAm struggling for freedom from IIIhealth's '"

tynanrue Chiropractic, U3i CHRYSLER 4-DOOR SEDAN-
hltmtlinul Dtily Ne*, -1"n.hIwI bringing Its blearing to new thousands
V tA....... I ..-u.1ioIIMriM .......-.,_ them Srs..ala..i. continuously. If Chiropractic --
...- Aft Tiswely MIl Ia.se.e..e seed Its Daily Well worth ronsideri.ng. :,
ha not brought its aid to you
P5.5m-, Together wide doe Warily Marais secti.ma Make
do Yanit. an Ideal Ne.pye for 1M "- -it 1* offering toHOURS

:-- The; Cseiedr Seiesce Publslsieg Sos ay You Can Bank on a Buick Dealer

Ore Norway Save, Daemon, MuwekuMa tM lisI2:8is4:30I.5 1

Price H2WYt4ulr.MlIMaMo.il.. Tieaaay: 9:30 to IS: I to I M .
Si..M it) IMC bcMing KUguine SKK |1.<0 a Ye Sangays by Ap.dat ed
Memory Offer. s LMM ti CM.JUdn PRESTON B. BIRD MOTOR CO.

No--- Dr. R. J. Elliott, Buick-PotMiac Sales and Service

t MeCrwy Area.1
SftMrta COPY ON IEQUEST n.MMl.WBCMXSTXAD. I So. Krone Ave. Phone 11 ."Mead, F1LPace

FLORIDA
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