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 11, 1941
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 19, no. 45 (Nov. 6, 1931)-v. 29, no. 2 (Jan. 10, 1941) = v. 9, no. 21-
General Note: Ben Archer, editor.
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Bibliographic ID: UF00087294
Volume ID: VID00498
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33835104
alephbibnum - 002057831
lccn - sn 95047482
lccn - sn 95047482
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Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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THE HOMESTEAD
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E aeer tt.rlda's Weekly Tabloid LEADER-ENTERPRISE ( 8rvlii District ISH KrdUad tines i I '





VoL30-No.27 Homestead. Florida, Friday' July 11. 19U Price 5 Cents





City Orders Purchase of Block








For First of Park'' Site Series




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Low Aqueduct Bidder (COUNCIL VOTES TO ACQUIRE




May Be Known Today CLOSE-IN FISKE MANOR TRACT




ONLY 3-FIRMS Merchants Schedule White ElephantSale IN TAX SALE FORECLOSURE


as Bargain Event for -August 7 -- -- ----

"White Elephant Day" ; mark THE WEATHER 1 2nd and 3rd Avenues, 2nd
on Thursday i a of his esteem. The ele-
COMPETE FOR Au,. 7, will be the and 4th Streets Are
next citywide -jphant had to be Jed-and howl-! Official weather report of the I
tales event to be sponsored I but the poor recipient of the Sift Subtropical Experiment: Station, I Boundaries
by the Homestead Retail Merchants -(had no earthly use to which to I Homestead Florida I -

Association: directors of i i put him. I ROOTS OF TAMARINDS
PIPELINE JOB the organization decided at a re-. Therefore, he had a "white elephant Date | Max i i Mm i Bar Rain
tent meeting I on his. hands' He, of course I July I | 88 | 73 I 8007 I 003 :DAMAGE SEWER LINE

The term "white elephant".let about looking for somebody; 4 | 88 | 71 I !10.28 '
harks back to the time when an I who could use the elephant to I I i M | 69 | | 089 Trees Must Be Removed
Miami Contractor Among I Eastern potentate gave an Occidental I II (advantage I I 88 I 70 I 0.78 I From S. E. 1st A\e,

Those Submitting I visitor a white elephant ai, Homestead merchants have T I BO I 172129.891 I I II I Is Decision
Estimates i"white elephant on their | PS |172130.101 I | 2.27
9 I 87 72 I 30.04 1 20
shelves-merchandise!' that has 1
!MILD NEW POLIO: The tax forecli.uiv pUlThallll
been (taking up space and ought
PROCESSING PLANT lot Block 2. Fiske Manor. o .' au-
PICKING UP SPEED CASE ALREADY ON 'I to newly-arriving be: moved to stock make-and way they for i)I S.: MIAMI MEETS ''thoried by the city roWI.on-

day night aa the first of .. series
1 Ian going to advertise- these) i
{P0'per Cent of Total Pipe RECOVERY ROADDanger I whte' elephants" at prices that [ LOCALS SUNDAYIN I of tracts to be 'i.'quinod01/ city
Now Unloaded in will Insure a transfer of ownership I park and public building ,11"1
The block a long one'i HI extends -
I to others who
I can use the CHAMP GAME
Seaboard YardThe
from Second to Fourth
Is pant for 18-month- merchandise to good advantage II j I
old Donna Lou Sullivan, daughter I This time there will be no limiI street JV. E.. and la boui led on
low .Udder for the contract I nation I the west by N. E. Third ,venue
of Mr. and Mn Donald E on the number of items each|I MI.-d;
Souih Homesteadwill
to construct the fresh water aqueduct land on the east N E Second
merchant
from Florida Sullivan of Florida City, who was may advertise and an I meet on the municipal diamond I I i'
City to: Key registered last extra edition of the Leader-En avenue. la 270 by S4I feet
Friday Infantile
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West may be announced today ac- terprise will these adver- here at 3 p. m. Sunday to : The street and park con nittee-
oording to news dispatches paralysis patient at Jackson carry play: for the championship! of the
published Memorial tisments two before men were authorized to I rmove
Hospital In Miami. days White I
yesterday: Bids were opened Her case was pronounced a Elephant Day. first half. of the league schedule a row of tamarind true. from
Wednesday at the bureau ()fdIx.U : Mark the date Both t uriB have won seven sidewalk I parka on N E: First 1
mild one, and she I Is now well on : August 7 I
and yards, U. S. Navy Department tine games and lost two. For the 10Ila avenue following i a report : 'nl the
road to
It
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recovery: expected
in Washington either Thomas or Clinton roots of the trees were prying\
Only three firms bid on thepeoJect hospital that about the ten will be in the City Nurseries to Give Bishop will draw the pitching I open sewer lines and tire, days longer
: R. W. Edholm, Inc. of The baby four-year-old sister Trees to Citizens Here I assignment, with Randy; Cave or dewallu
Miami Brown & Root of Houston li quarantined and: ,Foy: Hobbs catching The mayor and clerk v."M* authorized
two
so are ,
Inc Texas, Tulsa and, Okla.Williams Brother, young cousins, children of Mr, and A large number of royal palm :' Due to the fact that all but two I to exxuta a i ilil-of- i
Mra J. L. Dickman of SIt.Louis who trees, poin- -I-of the regular players: were mating I'way: deed with the county IJI' city
It was first thought that a week 3:1 I to idt N E. i
came to attend a family; reunionat shade from the OCC lineup when I'property required v> i
would be required bo analyze the the home of Mr. and Mrs and ornamental lInN are I that team played here last! Sunday Eighth!\ street in conneitli withrebuilding
bids and determine the low blds afternoon, Homestead walked of Campbell drive to
Bible without charge to
f r, but the amaH number of bidden (Continued/ on Page Three) ( .
Homestead for yard 'V'U.I off wth an easy: 17-4 victory All the county airport II"'
simplifies: the work and Uon. City Park Qlmmjt of the regular CCC players: haveserved I The council voted to .imply I
maltei possible the announcement HOME OWNER IS I W. Morris announces their allotted time and with a request received flour the
that the successful bidder may I rand erect
The tree and plant are at the have been diwnil ed.I State derailment l u
be made known within two days city, nurseries in I,I city limit signs at pi'ope placeson
; Homestead Park CCC officials lay a new groupI !
tram the opening of the bids REASSURED BY highways but enter u:* city
and may be obtained by; 'will arrive this week and among
Processing of pipe tor the aqueduct PPlic'-1 I I Councilmen T E. Kirby Frank j
[tion to Park them will be some good bill I players
was stepped up here this'I Davis, Mr. Morris said Rue and W. R. Bird>era .jmnl-; I
LU mIUS DEPUTY
week to 180 lengths a day. Fifty ; ed aa members of a comm!ttee to j
,\ per cent of the pipe has arrived nuke up the budget for t:.. en- 'I
I'; ao far at the Seaboard ;yard I I Home owners who have been See Assessor About Your Valuations suing fjcal year i
I where the treatment plant I b J receiving homestead exemption ,
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I located and 300 carload are yet need have no fear of increased At Once, Warns State Comptroller
I: I* be shipped. taxes under the new 100,% I I ASST. LIBRARIAN ''t
iiiiiiinint law unless their home -I Florida taxpayers--past, present fairly distributed among those
MALE actually worth much more .and prospective last have same folks, who after deciding I
MOSQUITO I
$5000, stated John Sherman deputy their problem back on their own I what they: want to pay are faced MADE NECESSARY
tax assessor for Dade County: with the Job of paying a
front door steps right at home ''
A VEGETARIAN speaking before the Redland District -! There art two important fleets'BY AREA GROWTH
LJoos Club Tuesday night and in their.own hands, according: right ---according to the camp-

While H to true that the vahietien to State Comptroller J. 1C Lee, trailer They: are: I I
ROTESARETOLD upon which property'mutt who after spending tea days See :your tax tmrmrr right awayto The population of the Urrltoryjsarveil

be a ss> ml. was raised by thelegislature working eut instructions for official make sure you' get your proper -I, fey Homesteads roLh.clpaJpubbc : r
If r sort at tall-shaped.warmf to 100% instead of the *'in connection with the new exemption, and that he down library (from Soutlk.&Haml: t
WOTitPa.:settles around you U,% which has' been past pre* tax laws, took*tme-sat to prepare figure wrong OB 'vatufe-hortune-j 1 ito{, Lower Matseumbe-Is growing' i
inasdcc your outings,' do wee, toe puHage, must be lowered," a Sew words tor the benefit hell have to figure by Murder I land demands en the library are
Ml get alarmed and alas fraott- Hud be. "Thus a millage ft around of the men and women who are under thoa*. now II. .. if. YOU(I incraajuig to alia point wrare an
.. salty because: TO will be reduced to approximately on the paying. ed of these \sew dant function. No more ran you 'l librarian U need61. ,the ?
a 1 first'' all but tine of them will JO"General ststubai ride" without rating on the tux I city; council: was told In f\s annual ;
fcs mate too.quitoes'whai'a/. U- taxing Bfeaedure' will With the bugaboo of elafct taxation books. That VU Taxpayer's Job ,I rant of the library board,
Nor vegetoriens. and uae their not ..e greatly 'changed ta Dade eliminated from the propertytax the comptroller says, set the ed.u j'submitted: ; Monday night by A. R. ;
peboodides tof no more ham* County; although there la very: structure "folks back .home" I tar, nor tile tax eollecter'sr IJvingrtan, president of the board.
fed purpose thhaa to lip nectar apt to be some confusion the first can pay M. IIIIh or as little as 'the tax sane ecos.' "We'.. got 1 I TweltJ'one1IJUJllnd; : nine hundred -
|**m Dowers, year under the DeW....., Mr. they went is the way Comptroller way.of finding out who owns!, forty-ervea kooks weia loaned n
I ,Second the lone blood- ucUnttsjnaje Sherman said Lee sees I$. ,The states po- personal property; stock: and i|i during the fiscal year .which !
In the the swam will have I Time for tiling Returns ran ma slUn.BOW i. safety (hot af umpire bonds, and were going to get the I(I ended June M, according to the
t Mr mind f1fi romance a4 not ojsaiilhlns. looter be extended beyond April -to insure by strict supervision data from corporation returns to II |{I report of the librarian Mrs J.
to eat, as she will.." I 1 and It is the duty: of the tax- under the provisions of the the secretary ot state. from in-,I K. Cauzana I
easewl the ball-shaped swan ad payer.to,me a wturn," he.... new statutes that w burden desired I one tax retixas to HadebunCeaUmesl ] .The library board's report U
ConUBued an Page Three) I .(Continued* Page Two) by,tbe .IoIU I back, faosaa.te ( oa Page Two) f' (cI1IweLOII.Pail. Three)



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Two THE HOMESTEAD LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday July 11. 1911 t

maybe four times, maybe three District Group Holds ;,
,
. South Dade's Red Cross Unit Moves ]!! SEE ASSESSOR times-in your county' It aw; Meeting in Homestead ,

To Redland Citrus Growers Offices!' says the millagt shall cones do>'rt,, J -. )
(Continued From Page One) '-but that rest In 'he taps of the Young people frcm Church ot '":. 1I
--- and from wherever find taxpayers themselves and tot I '
we can ,
South Dad Unit otb.. Red,act and fund for running expen-] member' of those two' board God congregations In West Palm '
OOM has moved its headquarter;1|'tea such at moving cleaning, tape,i Fit Taxpayers' can save them Taxpayers should see them right Beach Miami, Kendall and Horn*. ;,?
from Krwr.t avenue to the two- button, pottage and trip to Mi i,,selves trouble and grief and the'state 'now while budget are being prepared stead held an all-day meeting m."j",4yHomestead
',ami are met bytI.. Homestead, money by seeing" the county Next month will be too, on the Fourth of July.\V:
room office building ol the Red* ,' tie I'
aisetor right now
,,B. P. W. c.. sponsors of the unitTht says 'i late ,The program theme wu Youth. "4
land Citrut Grower* Association 236'' The o-her "first" for the man: --.---- In a Revolutionary World." j
unit has sent to Miami Ii
Just south of Wit aaaorlation'i finished garments and it has on who will have to pay 1941 taxesis IIOME OWNER i A basket lunch wu served la ..,J
peeking house which is on the hand as many more hat are reedy i to see his county commissioners I the municipal park. 1
west aide of !the T E. C. Rail. to send |:and school board members about] '
rod track at S. W. Second street the budget says the ComptrollerWhether .i (Continued From Page One) .
oad First awnue Red' Craw signs', Mrs Tlbbita ask all women I' taxes go up or down de-1;"A penalty; of 1001 i* provided A ..tltctIII saves \V
are ported In front of the office,,who can to report at headquarters ponds entirely on those gentlemen -II!for failure to file a return, but dollars maybe DIM hundred set *V)
once a week this will not affect many taxpayers Tax Assessor today-Adv.
The uw of the building waioffered and how effectively Mr. TaxPayer I your
I I She has called: a meeting ofcircle talks to them They fix the I ImUla In ,'his county at SSt or more -
free
rent
: chairmen for_tonight! ,.. All the assessor does Is I of the people Me returns anyway. Your Tax Assessor can't let you i
The chief need at present aid 'ride" free-aee him today if you
'As in the past any complaints
The uttn.fi are open from to find the value The new law sajsSave
Mn a A. TlbblU head of the 8 concerning' assesonent can betaken want your tax bill right-Adv. '.
every week-day afternoon
unit, if one or more sewing rna, I the embarrassment of before the board of equalization -
ctunea for workers' "who wish to seeing your name In tax delinquent for adjustment A taxpayer 1
ww there, The city; 1* providing list-set your Tax Collector -' will hIDO recourse" if lie W
tire ligV and water for the proj. WANT ADS PAr todav.-Adv. fails to file a tax return in the. _


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: . THE" -HOMESTEAD"LEADER-ENTERPRISR Para TtiuMKedland

District Women Commence Your board considers It J
ASST. :
LIBRARIAN POLIO
1 sary to report that in their:
5-Week Red Cross necee-I
First Aid Course ion it Is necessary to "

(Continued from Page Ont) appropriation tat the (Continued From; Fag One) 1

First aid courses were begun']IA I J. Campbell Mrs. Robert Ward. 'I full follow: the following reasons: I Dickmans parent, Mr and Mrs. I
yesterday afternoon and evening! rope Mr Frank Bemecker Mrs. Hereto attached The population of Homesteadand D: a Sullivan.
Hill find I
in the Homestead Woman Club I WUburn Reed, Mrs. Jas L Bird. the annual report of you the librarian she entire district served by Rumor of other canes of polio I
building by A. H. BUll of I( the library South Miami Lower
Miami Mrs Herbert Turner Mrs R. of the Lily Lawrance Bow Public ( to this week proved to be unfoundedupon
certified instructor Anyone In |I J. Elliott Mr*. Bruce Ennl. Library together with the financial Mat cwnbe) is growing and investigation Dr. J. A.
the community who Is Interested ''Mrs. with this growth demands the
Robert Glenn, Jr.. Mr* report of the library board. on Smith, county physician Is vacationing -
is Invited to attend The only ex. | Virginia Walton. Mr*. R. B Sher- library are Increasing [ in Mexico, but Dr. A.
pens connected with the course arcS, Mr*. Augustus Wynn. Miss Financial Retort The Increasing UM of the books, M. Logan of Homestead said bat
Is sixty cent for a textbok I Pearl Whltaker Mr Olin Wright Cuh on hand 6-29-40 5877 means increased wear and constantly night that the Sullivan child U J
The afternoon class win meet Mrs F. B. Greene Mrs Fletcher Receipt from City of increasing discards Note the only case to be reported from ,
from 2 to 4 on Mondays and |Bryant, Mrs L. T Proctor Miss Homestead .. 960.00 'this year's discard of 410 books this section of the county linN '
Thursdays, and the evening class I Ellen Huff Mrs W. B. Cave Jr.I Received from Dad with a purchase of only 292. |[ the first was discovered a month
from T 30 to 9:30 on Mondays and i I Mrs W. R. Bird, Mrs Henry County 2-20-41 3000 I We went fortunate in receiving;! .go. ':
Thursdays, for five weeks to, Brooker Jr. Mrs A .C Albrightand Received from Chamber a very generous donation from 1
I complete the 20-hour requirement, Miss Margaret Albright.As at Commerce . 200 00Book Mrs Gertrude Breslau Fuller ofj! Mr. and Mrs John McLaughlin !
I 'I of Atlanta and their daughter I
The class roll now reads: Mrs won a* one course I* completed rentals 249.98: something over 500 volumes, '
Jane, and John.
Betty son
B. A. Tibbits, Mrs Green Rives. | another will be started and Book fines 115044:i largely\ reference and travel I: r
1 I Jr.. spent last week with: Mr and
Mrs H. K Foulk. Mrs R. R. Kl- those who do not register now Small donations 8.15 There is a rowing demand for Mrs Malcolm McLaughlin and
nard, Mr Paul 1 can register for. the second of Receipt 7-2-40 32,18'I '
Haley, Mr* Floy i the library to be kept open longer Mr and Mrs. J H. Bremer at
Watson. Mrs. V. M. GrrnneU.M. the courses lltours.. To do this will call for the their home on West Bauer dr.veVACATION I
... R C. Ward. Mrs J.A. Ricks A home nursing course or a I Total Receipt for year $197492: services of an assistant librarian.

... Miss France Soper Mrs J. S. canteen course will follow the first Expenditures: !' Letters from the usa and other II I II
. McCready, Mrs T.E. Kirby Mrs aid work. I
1 bodies call
Librarian salary .. 995.00 governmental attention I
New books, mending I to the fact that public Ubraries I
" MOSQUITOESContinued When the Dade County anti- material, etc 0 5S8.lt are looked upon as one
I mosquito district was formed In New shelving etc. .. ... 70.02'jot I -he defense aids in keeping up OltiURS

1997, Inspector found 10 per cent Stationery ".0 .. .. 13.7 of the moral of the people and I !
( From Page One) of the Petty cash Items .. ... 42.85 the men In the camps, airport and
males for the sole purpose of selecting premise Inspected breedIng housing projects I I I
; a mate. I; aegyptl mosquitoes The percentage Total expenditures $1897.78 AU the above reasons seem to
I This and other things about has line been reduced Cuhonhand, I make it Imperative Ciat: eitrsr,, ,

mosquitoes were learned by Homestead to less than 5. July 1, 1941 -... 278781, from city or county aid or both 1141 .m ukwnl a its-.m
Rotes who listened to a talk w* must have fund for IncreasIng Qky
I made at their: luncheon-meeting I II I Mosquitoes are carrier of ma- Total to balance .. S197-1.521|1 our purchase of books and for I Tw Lot row Forma
laria (better known as 'chill and the of assistant Now 1- sea Ge.rawd seem Mrs
Wednesday by Fred H. Stutz, director employment an
of the Dade County anti- fever", Mr. Stutz said), dengue 1 librarian. | your .ao..e alp he is ..... Ti.-p ,
I mosquito district fever and yellow fever. Five hun Your board has held regular I toss. bowls, ... --. .a ........ Inedema.
The districts workers have just I dred males of ditches have been monthly meetings and has at all You are Interned in the amount .. .9I.t ens sad -..,. Awdadiapp.lahsaa
completed 1000 Inspections of dug In Dade County since the an- times been In close touch with the I of your tax bill-nee your ad ....... a.- so
the Homestead section, Mr. Stutz timosqulto work was started and II work! of the library Tax Assessor now and make It ----"...... al pu (._ .......
said, and found that 8 H' per cent the decrease In density of mo- as-I I right.-Adv. ....... ....... write w uO *. Area
of the premises had breeding places ;,squtoes: has been very noticeable I' May last we obtained the Motor UBM ....t ........
I ,.!stance of a W. P. A. worker ; The purpose of the new tax
for the district director said,- -
mosquitoes and 3 per cent especially office of the KEDLAND HOTEL
through the Miami laws I I. equitable, fair distribution
of them were breeding the aedes : on Miami Beach. !(administration This has resulted' of the tax burden Your part flatter Ate rnon it

aegjpli or yellow fever species Egg of the mosquito are Known In keeping the mending work up In this program requires that you i
I of mosquito i I to remain on the ground for nsi and has been a great assistance see your Tax Assessor today iLORlDAMOTORllNIlAnd
There has been no yellow fever i,much as 12 months When flood to the operation of the library. 'Adv.

I In the United States since! 1905 !,rains come, the eggs hatch out In ,. _0 _. __ _, ___ __ _. ___ _. _
and with little -
a vigilant precaution |I. few minutes Mr. Stutz said r .
on the part of home owners The life span of the mosquito Is '

future there the need speaker not be said any The in yellow the- ',about 12 days, he said .:fJN&Sl'FB.FUME ffS FlNESl'] I II.

fever mosquito breeds only )i Negro are immune to yellow .
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in artificial breeding places suchas fever, but they succumb to chills I. ,
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and fever". the .' .:
cans old tires, and other receptacles : speaker sad: isteaalrteraa .
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that catch and hold -I
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water. Inspector of the I .,
antl-mos- As tax assessments go up It la I
qulto strict; punch holes In can ,, your Job to see that millage comes '' t
they find being used to start down-see the Count Commissioners -
young plant and put paris greenIn and School Commlss.onen-
receptacles like old tires ': now.-Adv',

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Pace Four THE HOMESTEAD LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday July 11, 1941


terrific annual crime 1llmmUIIUllllllllmllllUllllllllllllt husband, and will return 4h* latter
expense !
ME LEADER-ENTERPRISE CURRENT over 19 billion dollar e e 0 011 l I part of the week.

Published 'rid." at H..d. Fl.. a tremendous economic 20 Years Agoililllllulllliillllllllllllllllllllllllilll1U -"Th. junior clast'of boy of

hr tile *...Ik..Dodo second Publishing tloM Mil CowponrInlornl Better, COMMENTBy on every community": Jack Bell' the M. E. Sunray school: South
Miami Herald
torch It. 1912, .< Ibo' post offlco >t I has been organized, as follow!*
'I''. Florida, Ned" On ad ofNsnh AGNEW WELSH.new.n.n.wwumrnn"rww..w"owes. allot spot
I. to'9.5EN parties who coIUflVJIst-"Thetl"1( : Milton Bradley, president, Robert

William Glenn, vice-president,
ed CamP Tho Mlowlos. ttooM are takes oonkouoi
ARCHER FraoloVM" and Editor Edit Va Motel .,. Wok il io oiMninraM 'retary Knox-The time iIOIII! fiM file ml MM .i m.iBtelorprtio < Charles Brooker, treasurer; and
Ml hit "ConmonU wlwtlOTthrp Mtaollio .... IL ISIS. Edwin Caplinger\ secretary The
BUMORII LEACH ARCHER_ ho II MTUMMIM or 04 oortMM our navy to clear the Atlantic of 00 UM Sank rioriio BOOM o"dOMTOMl
__al.Ors.arP and Treasurer t.Ilk klo. opla_ A dress OO.O.M>|. the German menace ha com" Ore.L IT. IMI wish Ik. BOO- committee are: flower, Ulna
W.bh, oil 14. E.
Nations to AM 000 Free, Wesley Kutch, Bean RlMx.

UMCKtFTIOlf RATES Walter Lock, editorial columnist It now cost one dollar for a -"Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Chamblisi Membership, Early Denby, Mar- ,

.. Dodo Can ..__ II." for the Cox papers, is usually license to fish In Florida and 2S left this week for Georgia on a via Shaw, Jack Dixaon. Social

00..... Dade c.ntr__ 51.11 a very astute writer but h* had cents to Issue it, If you fish with visit of some duration." Lorenzo Class, Julian Carmichael, I

I faulty memory when in ....rlt""j" anything other' than a plaia pole. -"Lee Tread< and family left Itoblesi Me CaskiU._Press reporter.

Now and Then of the SpanWi-American war, he' Boys under IS and men over 13 I this week for Orange, Fla., to visit Charles Brooker, Milton Bradley"

said, "Our army was only a token are exempt from the charge airs. Fread mother. I

By AMto M.ylww" FUsacUkk force for policing Indian tribe;: viding they fish within their pro-I -'Last Thursday Mn Harvey Death and taxes ARK car sis-s

in swaddling clothes, Fitzpatrick entertained In honor ,
our navy,
I had treasured of county Tat: Assessor Is a* important .
A memory was sucking its thumbs" Hat h* 000 of Mn r H. Redd formerly Miss your '
magnolia trees in bloom; I BI doctor-maybe more
I walked beneath forgotten that May day when A Florida paper states that OtheRs FucKs . your
dreamed
Oft them-breathed I again their Dewy fleet lay In front of Ma- there I* talk of Ruth Bryan, -''Dr. J. Archer Smith will deliver so, Uxlay- him now./-Adv.NOTICB .

nila and ithe great admiral said Rhode being made president of a lecture on tint aid to
loved perfume "You fire when are Mn Montelli Red Cross Home
may you Florida State College for Women, TO BTOCKHOUXMNotlco
ready Oridley? The struggle was 'allahasm Nursing Classes of Florida City lo horoor given. tkot tko *.o.olmoKtan
Of late I went to lee them. When of tIM otockholdrro of too Oor.tRest
short but swift Then there was 000 and Homestead in the town hall Nurseries. Co. will bo hold ot tko offlco .
I reached my distant goalI the Terrible, at Homestead at 2 of tko Compoor It .oaooMod. Put, ...
Teddy Friday
on
hell-busting In the current Issue of p. I
a three CoMek
found on polnclanat I had learned POP- ..n.... July 14. 1(41 ot
who did some effective "rough ular magazine, an army man of m. July 1st . ." m. for the purpoM of oloetlns. a beard
to feast my tout riding" in Cuba. And didn someone high rank voices the that -'Homestead will celebrate the directors and tronMetln tho seek Other.
opinion I.... .- M MMUIH

"carry the message Garcia" "our army officers art unfit'. In I Fourth In the old-fashioned way full a Knout. Boorourr.

Florida and Syphilis ? And that man Hobson bottling every war there has been a readustment with a fish fry and barbecue all

On' fleet In Guantanamo tree . ."
up era : of officers, both administrative -
Florida has the highest syphlll bay, and Schley and Slgi- and military. Over a -"Brother I

rat of any state in the nation, ac- bee-all pretty good -thumb-suck rough road the ,1181potatoes ingly receiving the eonll'alUlatiOn.1 e

curdling to a communication ers". eh1 Guess w* could do It naturally gravitate to the bottom; of his friends

reaching Dr. William H. Pickett, again if we had to, but here to the same law operate among on June 13 to Mn Llzzette Chrlstianette I I

state health officer from Dr. R. hoping the necessity will not arise men when the test comes. The newly wedded couple

A Vondtrlehr. assistant surgeon 000 will make their home at Home.

general division of venereal disease . The Sanford Herald quote a stead where Brother Chronister ii

control. U S. Public Health Figures recently given out place USO advertisement a* stating building a home. . ."

Service The statement If basedon the number of military traineesIn Bellyaching In not a typical -"Mn\ C. P. SheffIeld is at

record of physical examinations camps at 1,317,100. American disease" Mebbe so, Lake Okeechobee visiting her
of approximately nineteen 0 O O '
mebbe so, lays our friend Tottle-!
thousand aelectee and volunteer The joint year book of Protestant berry, but I've seed some If you dont want your name There Are Things

In Florida through the period ending churches place their mem- demteks uv It an' a powerful eppy-lot I I In the paper with other tax delinquents Beyond '

April 15 In the 1917 draft the bership at 64,$01.994. The reunIon of cronlc cases" -see your Tax Collec-

mime startling tact wet disclosed'I l, of the branches of the Methodist tor today.-Adv. Understanding 1-

The state health officer says I church now places that denomination A stitch in time saves nine-: NOTICE OP APPLICATION FOR: We don't know why \

lute Investigation of selectee records I In the lead with dollar. maybe nine hundred-see TAX DEED-rilo A4IJIChoptor grief comes to all of
17417-Acto of IMSNotlM
hut caused the tote board of I i 7371,487: the two Baptist bodies your Ta* Assessor today-Adv. lo hereby elves that Fred Buchor. but when it does I
the extent of I I rank second The membership holder o( Slot and County Tat Cortlfl us,
health to anticipate I .... No lot. issued the llh day of Juno. need friendly
the venereal disease problem. I total increases between 1931 and NOTICE: 0" APPLICATION Folk A. D. 1SSS. .... filed ..... In nr offlet. we a ,
1940 wa 7.86 per cent, The Roman TAX .DEED-File. N. 4111 and hoi ...d. opplleotkin for a tax deed helping hand. Tur
However, the department bas Notllfo: to herb given that Mormon 'sad to bo loud asses. Bold Certificateembraces
In coping with Catholic church place its .Iart Dnrwlrk. holders M a..irnom ofNumbmd the following dwrlhxl prop.ortr ner's is prepared to
been handicapped
membership at 21,284.4'5. Cllr of south Miami Tn Con".**.'. lo the County of Dodo, SUM of
the situation by (1) lack of personnel . 14. and Iw. dated the 5th day Florid, lo-wlti extend that helping
fund (3) of Juno. A. D. lose. ko.o filed Mid C... Lot I. Wells II.... Sub. Plot Book *.
(2) Insufficient Who lays what! The !Scripps Iffkouo In mr of(ta. Page tt In Bortlon II. Township II South. hand to you. Turner'shas
moll percentage of counties under pllrotloo I far .. dWd to"I'n'r. Range 19 EMI, oontoinlntf 18 Acres moro
units Institution of Oloellnol\8ph-MThe o...rdo... with I... gold CortlflcoMombnn or 1 leas In the County of Dido. mate of built up a reputa-
ted. full-time health ,
ace red 'Pacific I I. two feet higher on the the following douriml property. Florida
situated In Dade County. Florldo -."I The MMMtntnt of Mid property under tion for integrity and
The syphilis ratei reported by i Australian side than on the Amer- Lot ht Block I. ... View Pork the Mid ....111.... was In the Homo of!
the U S. Public Health Service, ican"; physicians of an Industrial Amondnl. Plot book IT. Page III. In the Edger B. Wolli *t nl economical, friendly
City of South Miami County of D. baited on examination and positive I health convention-"Ameri- of MorMo. M embraced In C.rllfl.1 dnmnj xmrdlno to low, the property : service.
blood tests ahow 835 per 1000 i dainty, Iteam-heat- Onto No. ,.S. The _. nt.., of Mid prop dfoerlbnl therein will bo old to the can are trip under the Mid (...IIIr.te .Issued woo highest bidder it the Court House dour, Funeral Borne
for white 380.4 per 1000 for fienlt'l. ed beauty-rented. pampered cis51W Estate .r Emma nlllllOn. on l h of An. I Turner's
and estimated 18.0 per yZfTSA a Sea View Park A........ .tlf:: :"dor.hhtII"d of .
an ; Columnist Walter Durant"The )- I : tl-BK AMBULANCE SERVICE
off
1000 fur the general population of consensus of opinion Is that Ioulll Yl&w5 C unit' eoi0.4. Biz: Dated this llh day of Jtint 1141C .
of Florida. .. ombroNd In Certificate B. LrATHPRMAN Cl.rk I Lady Attendant
the atateThe Germany chance In Russia are No. 141. The .__...on. of Mid oroor.lir . Circuit Court' Dodo County' JrlorWa. I
under the' Mid Certificate bud Circuit Court 8 l Hume tit Homestead
Florida State Hoard oil live to one"; Roger Babson- The ;
In the. sea of Estate, of Emma 1,Anion.1 N. C STEIIRETT D C
Health with federal aid provides I Unlno Mid C.rtHlo.u. hall bo rCllrult .. (June 10. IT. July 4. II. 1411
deemed acawrdinr a law. ax devil .
live drugs for syphilis treatment will I
I health unit, Dr. Pickett point books tbrooa an tIM lath day of A.. 'YTTnTn Tt1V n
t<> private physicians and clinlci A. D. 1041. 7 Food
Storage Zones
out. This I* the lowest percentageof Dated this Ilh day of 3.1,. A. D. .
Dr Pkkett believe that
although protected population of any 01 E. R. LEATHERMAN (' talkie New
private physician have been mod Circuit Court. Dade County. "
the southern states Court Seal 1"1'\\
gracious in giving I their time for Primarily, the present problemof Br N C. ITERIETT. EXPERTBARBERING
(July n. iiNOTin . .
the treatment of Indigent lyphlll I. AVI. I. UluELtCTitlo
our high syphilis rat IB a community -
patients they cannot begin to cope and county problem," Dr. or I.ICATIOY FOR I
with the problem because of It* tA DERD: !: -rilo A"on RUlHUATOIIt
Pickett *ay*. "The state board of Choptt 174 7-.Aru of IVI9
magnitude "We should not expect health I I. ready to co-operate to Nation k ........ tlvon Mini Southern
physicians to shoulder the A.lotkM. Eotorprbrc. In*.. holder of State Q7
the extent of Its limited resources mad
County Tax Corlflroto No. Ilea to-
entire burden of Indigent medical but until such time as more ..... the Sth day of AiwtKt A. D. 1SII I HAIRCUT 40c
treatment any more than we expert hM filed Mmo In nr off In. and kM made .._
counties are under health unit application for o tot deed t. be .tourdthonon.
grocer to feed all those who and greater financial backing I I'i Say. Certificate ombrnno the '01- SHAMPOO 40c
are hungry, or merchant to cloth awl,. 4knrrlwd property In the. Counts _
given the state board of health of D.... Sloto of Florid.. to-wMl e
those In need of raiment in the w* will have to depend to a large Lot II Blk s. Indotrlol Con.... o t MASSAGE 40c
opinion of the state health officer Dow, Plot Book 14. Polo II. In them
extent upon \local communities County of 0.- State or .lorIda..
"An Important point in the problem and counties to meet the problem. Tile nrwmeat of aid property sad.. .
the MM. nnlflrato WM In the now .<.
I I. the fact thatnt't'I treat-
"In times of national emergency Adult .W.llean.Unison .
ment ot a case of lyphlll I I. not nation Mid oortlflroto shall M no BUSH'SBARBER
like these, the require
._
Individual truth norordlni to law the property
enough Every maximum manpower Men reJected described' thee.l- orin... mild a tin
syphilis has contracted the disease because of highest kidder at the. Court Haw deer
for service
positiveblood
o Hondnr the Mootk of Au-
from another Individual To ade- tests for syphilis are placedon : tlMlr.: wkkk it tko 4th any of Am.real. .

quately control the disease, we 1"41. tA1r
I deferred status These men Dried this n.h der of 01._. IIU.Z. .
should find the source of Infec- are lost to the army, navy and B. LEATHERMAN!: Clerk TCRM9NewNhl SHOP
tion of each tvphlll patient a* Circuit Court. Dodo C_.,, Florion.Clrrall .
to the nation until they are Cows sea
well at the person to whom that,,brought under treatment and Br N c. ITEKRETT D. C. I
patient hate transmitted the (Jose M. IT. July 4. It. 11411
may made fit for military sen'Ice"Florida -
disease This cannot be done by I Health Notes. loft*m flea'-s..diyarm N. KROME AVE. 1

a phsiclan ilugle-handed He Smlth* rites Furniture Co.N .I. :
GLASSES
must have the assistance of trained See your Tax Assessor now '\0' Reese ft M St. PtoM 4J .! .

personnel capable of making such protect your exemption,-Adv, I II .T f xlisiea
epidemiological I" r .* tigation

That U where the full-time county I NOTICE TAX OP DEKU APPLK'Arro.1; -rih) 1411 I NIGHT AKD DAT! .

health unit comes Into the picture NoilM k MTOO* given that ElluMktUmimid. ,

I'"* Comply. koldrr Ton M Cortlfkwo MUJM. Nmhm4MtS ot state It I* agreed that it U practically -

"When 'contacts' found by dated the Ilk .day <* J..'.. A. D.
H', .... fifed. MM CII..... In mr i impossible for avenge
health unit are able to pay, they office and kM P odo o.ppllrotloii for ux
are referred to the private ph'JIclen dead to issued t_. I* pnordoiwo with 1116, folk to lock-up against burglars
..... Sold Certificate mkntt the M.knriU e r
and a careful check I* main- described. ._P. situated Im and thievery But they '.

tained to make sure they continue Dodo County* to It.rioridX. -. S. towHlUM Mart 0... Phi I, Good vhWa. .a4RS .. IIeallt; Il CAN protect against such losses $
treatment until discharged *"k IS. rue S. to Ik* Cowlr .. Dads rsaaw tt.ii.FweM aI H.. fuss. :

I Person unable to pay are treated ..The of assignment rbrMa. *t MM property .... I .......w i" r- assets Ad -C.: At really saving cost-with t

by the health unit In cooperaUon tile MM ....1'...... based no hi the.
.tt Unhm.w.. Unions saw Colinrow Insurance we will recommend.
MM StebbinsDr.
Dr. B. F.
with
local
physicians serving -
olwli. k* redeemed Mror4l to !...
as clinician Inability to pay IM deed milt (MHO tkmoa a Uw lard
.day II Jet.. A. D. 1641. L. W. Stebbins THEf EDWARD SIILDIG Y
4 1* determined by the local welfare I- Dated this ITtk mn of J_. A P. .

agency and th* private physician K. IL LEATICI.MAN,
WI w. nagler Si, anent .lOa
ClmH Coort Oo*> Cowlp INSURANCE far
." c_, c.... .... IN"j n- I-U1S Aeat Aim
Only 27 of Florida' (7 counties j a N. C. 1TU11'M' __ Ge.
...... Rest.
I Jaw 90, n. J.1. to u. 11L City
are under fall-tun accredited
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Friday July 11. 19U THE HOMESTEAD LEADER-ENTERPRISE Paw Five


jBishop'i: parent, Mr. and Mn. Mrs. Howard Field o( Loudon, after a visit with their uncle and
.Clarence Hartley Tenn. aunt. Mr. and Mrs. E. U Lawrence,

In and Jlround 'I Mr. and Mrs-L. K. Bishop returned -I Mr. and Mra.:-J.:Nlckelson returned I I tetiln-law.'

last week from a visit in last week from Phtnan.. Craft.
11 11Mr. Geneva and Cleveland, O. J.. where they visited Mr. NIC-

J kelson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. Mrs. H. A. Ekberg plans to
Homestead i' Miss Nina Bullard and her Nickelson. visit Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Vihlen
brother, Felix left Sunday to accompany and Mrs. Maud E. Chandler In

their uncle, Leland Mn. A. C. Deputy Is visitingher Miami Beach from Friday till
II' Bullard, to Baltimore on the yacht I brother. Leavitt Bailey in Wedneeday.

and Mr. W. T. McConnell, where she has been vacationing Mary Beth. They will return In Columbia Miss. [
ere moving this week to the' She also pent a few days with two month Mr. and Mrs. Tom Richards
Johnston house In McClure Ma- MM, George Rowell In Macon. Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Doney left I will leave Sunday for their homein
which they hare purchased. Mr. and Mrs Carl Andersonand Wednesday for an automobiletrip Milwaukee, after a visit with
nor Mn. Mae Morris Is visiting daughter, Marion, and J. D. through Florida and the eastern I their nephews, J. H. and CUr-
/ D. Wyaong or Redland returned relatives and friend In Philadelphia Redd spent the Fourth o< July in part of Georgia, once Gram in Redland.
Key with friend I _
Weal
Wednesday from Buffalo her former home.
Mr. and Mrs. Lee H Lehman
lie attended the Townsend I Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Andersonof
whet Mr. and had last week Mr. and
Mrs Aabrey Cheshire as uesta
had visitors
convention. F. A. Winchell Mr. and Mrs. H. Collier areway Naranja as
have moved to Palatka. Mrs. Phillip Prentlss and children -
oi Miami returned with him fort on a two-week trip to North and Monday and Tuesday Mr. and
OrrIn Marilyn from
Carolina and New n Mn.' W. O. Raines of Wright
York.
TisttMrs. I I Mrs. Alex Hemming of Goulds Portolo, CaL
' vile, Ga., and their daughter, Joy.
baa returned from visit of
a several -
tin Hair X Jal, N. M, Sergeant and Mrs. Dukes Mrs. Roy Marsh of Miami spent
weeks In Fletcher N. C.
left weat'j Roy Glason who U visiting Mr.
If visiting her brother and sister- Tuesday for Tampa Sunday with Mn. H. K. Swing.:
visit with Mr. West's i and Mn. 8. R. Swtlley and family
in-law Mr. and Mn. Oxro Hainlin.tin. parents, Mr. and Mn. Fielding Ruff and
Hair WM one of the pioneers Mr. and Mn. G. A. .West. Dr. and Ms*. R. J. Elliott pent Miss Katherine Low of Key cc Redland, will leave Saturday -
West was a week-end guest of for his home la Washington
District.
Redland
et !
of the
the Fourth of July In Arcadia.
I Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lance and i Miss Louie Long rttzpatrtck.
I
Mr. and Mn. A. J. Campbellhad
Mrs. Howard Johnson and daughter, Rose Marie returned Mrs. Robert Marsh will leave
: Mill Julia Sullivan of Redland as week-end guest Mr and
Janice have returned Tuesday from Wildwood where
daughter I Wednesday to join her husbandin
Mrs. E. P. Wilson of Hollywood.
School faculty who la taking a
where Mrs. John- they visited Mr. Lance's I
from Memphis! parents. San Juan, Puerto Rico.
returned to
summer course at the University Joy Peters Hollywoodwith
Ian attended !the funeral of her I
uncle, O. M. Francis. Mrs. John- .I Mr. and Mn. Edward 1.. Albright I Mr. and Mrs. Ried Holmes and of Florida spent several days at them for a visit
of Chicago, brother and children Miriam and Marshal,! her home here this week.
ton topped on the way home tovisit I Albert Halnlln of Miami spent
sister-in-law of Mn. A. G. Rabb, are called to StIUwater Okla., by
an aunt, Mrs. J. H. Harlin, "
I Mrs. Geo. E. Reed who has been a few days last week with hls
spent several days this week at the Illness of Mrs. Holmes' mother.
bl Glasgow, Ky.
the Raab home on West Plummer ill for many month was able I aunt and uncle Mr. and Mrs. O.
J. E. Gauzens returned Friday drive. I Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Geer and this week to visit her brother and A. Halnlln. He was accompanied
from a three-month business trip family moved to Naples, Fla. sister-in-law, Mr. and Mn. by Miss Jean Garrett of Holly-
to Connecticut. Mr. and Mrs. William B. Smythe'art Saturday.Mr. G. Ball in Homestead. N'I wood.

Mrs. Robert Caiuens hat begun returned Monday from a month's and M;; Carl Field returned Miss Maggie-Craft;' of Mina Gretchen Bernett of Ho-

a course ol training at the I trip to New York. this week from a three- cus, Ga., and Miss Francis Nelsonof I well. Ga, la in the James Archer
local Western Union telegraph week visit with their Ion and Shelbyvllle Tenn., have re- Smith hospital recovering from an
| Mr. and Mrs. Robert of I
office.t Reely daughter-in-law the Rev. and turned to their respective hornet (Continued on Page Eight
i Orlando and their son Robert,I

t Mrs. J. R. Brooks- 'returned last Jr., are visiting at the homes ol, .

t week from a iix-week vacation Mn. Reely's parents, Mr. and I
Mn. C. H. I
Steffanl, and Mr.
which included a visit at the
dames of her sister In Blewett Reely's parent, Mr. and Mrs. H.'

Falls, N. C, her mother In Albe- C. Reely. I

marle, N. C.. and A. P. Brooks In. Miss Mary McNelll left Mon-,I
Mt Vernon, N. Y. In New York day for a three-week visit with
.. he was joined by Mr. Brooks: friend and relatives in New II

who drove up to get her and I York City and Buffalo.Mr. I I '
they spent a week In Georgia on .
the' way home; I and Mn. Laban Bishop _
Jr., and their '
daughter, Karen,
Mrs. I. P. McLean returned! left Tuesday for a two-week visit j

J ,Friday from Lumberton, N. C., In Rlddlevllle Ga., with Mn. ji i



sc How Much Are These Cars Worth?




1939 FORD
1910 FORD
4 DOOR SEDANOne
1 TON STAKE
owner drove this car and
An exceptionally clean unit took good care of it

What offer What offer?



1939 FORD 1940 FORDCONVERTIBLE

SMALL- ut Convenient} !/ TON STAKE .

Hail had the beet of care Automatic tup-we this one
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What offer What offer




Now the small home can be built right from 1941 FORD

start to finish. It can be well designed. It can I DE LUXE SEDAN

A new car value at
be well constructed. It can include modern $750.00If

conveniences.The .


small home has never been so usable-and

your present car or truck no longer completely -
livable. Home financing has never been so

serves your needs why not replace it with a
practical: for the moderate-income family.

better one?

The down payment may be as low as one-tenth
We believe in fair dealing and are sincerely
of the property valuation. One loan will

take care of the remaining cost of a new home.! endeavoring to follow our beliefs. I,

Repayment is made in monthly installmentsout
LETS TALK TRADEOVERSEAS
of your income over ample time.


We will help you to put through your application -
MOTOR CO.
iv for an F. H. A. loan.



W. D. HORNE CO. Homestead, Florida .


FRANK L SKILL Owner

Hardware, Lumber' and Building Materials I

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I . . Social Events in South Dade . . .





LEON DAME WEDS MISS MYRTLE PLATTOF TKIMAV MILLS WEDS REV. AND MRS. T. A. FERGUSON' RECEIVE
. MISS ETHEL BALLANGEt
TAMPA IN KNIGHTS CHURCH SUNDAY : MM Ethel Ballanger of Lin-,I! WELCOME FROM HOMESTEAD METHODISTS

-- colnton. N. C.. a sister of Mrs|I
and bin.
Leon B. Dame of Homestead been a popular nurse In that Insti Paul Mills Jr. of Modello. and I Members and friends John Whltchard. Mr.

and Miss Myrtle Platt of Tampa I I I tution. Truman Mills), son of Mr. and Homestead Methodist C h u rc h I and Mn George Estell Mr. and

were married In the Knights''I Mr. Dame Is a son of Mr. and Mr P. A. Mill of Naranja, were gathered In the Sunday school;Mn E. J. Close,, Mr. and Mn J
I Mrs G. W. Dame of Knights. He married Saturday morning in the building Monday night to
Methodist church Sunday G Wynn, Mr and Mrs. Lloyd
near Tampa Homestead Church of God
parsonage the
come the new pastor,
has lived In Homestead for the
morning at S:30 clock I'past two year and la connected by the pastor, the Rev.J. T. A. Ferguson, and Mrs wel-I Field, Mr. and Mrs. George Ran-
H. Dod. on. son Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Brown,
The bride won a becomingsuit with the Grantham Seed Store.1 guson MrsD L. Bo-
The witnessed Mn Virgil Lyon :
of heaven blue sheer and accessories After a wedding trip throughthe : ceremony was by In the receiving line with Mr.'
\Mn Bessie Showalter, Mn
,
Mr. P. A. Mills Mn Paul Mill, wen
of white. and her corsage northern part of the state,' Jr., Mn Dodson and Misses, and Mn Ferguson were Mrs.I Harry Brown, Sr., Mn Harry

was made of pink rosebuds Mr. and Mrs Dame will make Clarke and Hilda Dodson. I Ivan Moser. Mn B. M. Hindman, Pierce, Mn A. M Logan, Mrs.J. .
and liliii of the valley. their home in the Swan apartment and Mrs. J. A. McNeill.
| The birds wore a blue net dress I B Tower, Mn W. Y. Bush,
She Is the daughter of Mr. and N. W. Sixth street
on
with pink accessories I Punch and cookies were served Misses Antoinette, Helen and Sue
Mrs Richard Platt of Plant City. ) Mrs. T. B. Grantham of Homestead She U a daughter of Mr. and Mn J. W. English presided at the I Moye, Lois Pierce Mr. Hindman,
and since tier graduation from was among the few friends bowl and she assistedby D. L.
Mra H. S. Ballanger of Lincoln- punch was Mr. Dodd Hubert Smith,
the school the municipal ''and .relatives at the wedding
training at -
present '' Mrs. Cecil Dodd.
ton Bowen, Jr.. Sparkman Holding,
hospital in Tampa she has .
The bridegroom, a graduateof Present besides those named I i|James Brown Chas Wesley

Redtand High School la employed were: Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Brown, Robin Field and Steve
COMMITTEE APPOINTMENTS ARE MADE by the Naranja Rock Company i I Mr. and Mn W. B. Smlth'l Biondo.
II I
FOR 1941-42 BY HOMESTEAD B. P. W. C. . I I
I They are living temporarily at
I I HOMESTEAD B. P. W. C. MEMBERS ARE
the home at Mr. and Mr. Paul
Homestead Business and Professional I P. McLean, Mrs Cina Stewart: Mill, JrTtKTLE. I GUESTS OF HIALEAH BUSINESS WOMEN

Women Club committee I program co-ordination, Mrs Stew-

appointments for the 1841-42 clubyear art; public affairs, Mrs. Froscher STEAK SIPPER I ; -
were announced at a meeting -I Mrs Mae Morris, Mrs. C. W. Me- GIVEN AT LEHMEN HOMEA The Hialeah Business an Professional Mn Grace Campbell of the Kia- I

held In the Chamber of Commerce 'Ewen; publicity Mrs. McEwen, Women Club gave a I leah club. i
turtle steak aupper was givenThursday buffet dinner Tuesday evening
building Monday evening Mrs Stewart Mrs Nesbltt; research Mrs. J. E. Gauzes In amusing
Mrs B. A Waldin was named]| Mrs Lyon, Mrs Gauzens, night at the home of I for the Homestead B. P. W. C. at impromptu verses expressed the I
Mr. and Mrs Lee H. Lehman for
the home of of Its
one members,
parliamentarian The committees I Mrs Dun Ferreyra. I I
|I Homestead club's appreciation and
follow: aviation. Mrs A. R. Livingston Officers for the club year are: employees at the Parman-Leh-1 j( Miss Hilda Meyen The original enjoyment of the party. I

Mrs Sylvia Atkins Mrs I I, president, Mrs Ben Archer; first man packing house and their plans for an outdoor meal had

M. r White: defense Mrs B. ATibhlui vice-president, Mrs Chandler; families to be abandoned because of ran.! The Hialeah clubs hostesseswere I
Mrs Green Rives Mrs. second vice-president I Mrs Stewart I Those present were: Mr. and I Mn Visa Betterly, past stats : Mrs Edna Middleton, Mrs.t
Mrs Leonard Cannington and president and president of the Clara Lee Hall Miss Meyers Mrs.
Atkins education, Mrs Herbert I I, ; recording secretary Mra.1Morris
children Freddie and Bette. Mr. Hialeah club, awarded prizes to Betterley Mrs. Campbell and Mrs.
Katz Mrs. Roy Chandler. Mrs J.| ; corresponding secretary,
F. Iljmrrutt: emblem and (rans- Mrs. Katz: treasurer Mrs. Rives 'I and Mrs Gotch Kufeldt, Mr. and 1 Mn Vivian Levy and Mn J. F. Levy.

port tl..n. :Mrs Hammett Mrs Mrs. Tibblts made a full report ,'Mrs. Willie King and childrenI Hummet winners In a quiz con The guests included two prospective 1

Virgil Lyon Mrs Chandler; finance of the clubs defense project I I Annie Mae Clarence Lee and'I II test directed by Mrs Clna Stew members of the Hialeah !
I Bette Jean, Mr. and Mrs. Gratis I
:Mill Henry Ruegg, Mrs.i' for the year the South Dade artA club Mrs Esther Meurer and
E. A. reseller, Mn Katz; health; Red Cross unit of which she is I Steppes, Mr. and Mrs Phillip | vividly descriptive letter I Miss Ethel H. Meyers, and fifteen
Mrs Jjs the head. Prentlss and children, Orrin and from a London welfare worker from Homestead
Nexhitt Mint Ann Mrs. E. A Fro-
Mrs Ch;>s. Clinton; Lee'l Instead of giving a benefit tea Marilyn from Portolo CaL Mrs I to Mrs Agnes Eason of the Hia- I ocher, Mia Carrie Froscher Mrs
Roberta Harrison and '
Mrs Chun W. Camp, Mrs in July for the units current expenses I I daughter leah club was read after the con- El'a Collins Mrs James Nesbitt.
Bette Mrs. C. J.
Part-nan and
Collins, Mrs. Katz, Mrs. J. E. Davis the club voted to give a test and this was followed by the Mrs Henry Ruegg, Mn I. P.
daughters, Muses Phyllis and Ar-
; international relations Mrs.t benefit musicals on the eveningof reading of the prize winning poemin McLean, Mrs Ben Archer, Mrs.
i del. Mrs Virginia Walton and
J. E. Guu/enH, Mrs. Camp. Mrs. I July 29 Mrs McLean was a recent contest conducted by<'Chas. Clinton, Mrs. Roy Chandler,
daughter, Patricia, Miss Anne I
Collins: legislation Mrs Davis, made chairman and on her committee I the Florida Federation of Business : Miss Ann Lee, Mrs. Virgil Lyon,
Rheney Roy and Mr. and |
Mrs RueKK, Mrs Waldin: magazine were placed Mrs Ham- I Mrs Lehman.Steppes and Professional Women'sClubs. I I Mrs. Hammett Mrs B A. Waldin!

Mi*. Atkliu Mrs Hammelt.a mett Mrs Ruegg. Mrs. Lyon and The poem was written by Mn Stewart and Mrs. Gauzensmr .
"
Miss '-. membership, Mrs I Mn White. The musicale will be Circle Three of the Woman I
Chandler. Mn Rives Mrs. Livingston '- given In the Woman I .
Club building .. .
: music Mrs Clinton. Mrs : Missionary Union of the Homestead 7aaa3 ...., 't M ,, ?n. T.. "h a .....mi
I Baptist Church met Thursday I II
afternoon with Mrs. R E. Edwards

MRS. E MILTON ANDERSEN GIVES I for a program on the Jews I DIXIE DRUGJACK

I ILLUSTRATED I'Mrs W. B. Caves had charge of I
46 TALK TO GARDEN CLUB the devotional part of the program I POLK HOWARD JOHNSON

I Homestead. Fla. Phones 30 and 9101
Hunt ground are usually divided The hostesses. Mrs. S. J. Lynchand

into four sections Mrs E. Mrs. Andersen served home- I' Mn H A. Ekberg. Mrs Ah.a''

Milton An lirun. landscape architect made cookies and punch H. Crouoe and Airs Ben Archer "-

told her fellow membersof Present beside those named were guests of Mr and Mrs Hugo DOUBLE STERILIZED

the South Dade Garden Club were: Mrs. Roy !Matthews\ president I Vlhlen and Mrs Maud I:. Chandler I _..

In an Illustrated talk at a meeting I Mra T. L. Hodges Mrs. N. G. in Miami Beach Tuesday and I iN lc&4I PROTECTED COTTONThis

held Monday afternoon In the Ball, Mn Annie Butler Mrs H. In the afternoon attended Die I Is

clubhouse of the \\orruins Club V BrovvT. Mrs. D. W. Talkinn. Miami Beach class of which In the "Reel the way Roll"to buy package cotton. You! Clean, protected
r.na tear off what
of Jlome tlad. I \Mrs Fred Fuchs. Mrs. Jas Mc Mrs Chandler member Later I :.# you need with the patented cutter The rest

j These divisions are, she said. ?read>'. Mrs Henry Ruegg, \Mrs the Homestead group visited the 1 remains' protected until needed And the 31
the formal I garden In front of I tin Joel J Robinson! Mn J A. Klinkenberg exhibit In the Miami i feet of pare cotton gives you real economy.

r the house the Informal gardenor I Ricks Mrs. A. W. Jones, and Beach library. I "Firstaid'Reel For your own Roll"protection> .get the
outdoor living room table ,Mrs T. E. Stadig packageWATERPROOF 23C
I a Tt-
oaM
from the living room windows, !Mrs Calkins and Mrs. Hein-
I I Iaraar
the .I.p..Uunul garden where the ''t..ln1'111 entertain the club at the MOLESKIN
family may enjoy an outdoor mealIn I home of Mn Calkins on .West :1i.-rt:: !-'

privacy, and the service Palm Avenue the afternoon of ADHESIVE TAPE. PLASTER
den for clotheslines and ar-I July 21. Ailments Just the thins for nt'_ You net three pieces 3
can tlon because it'S water- Inch x 4 inch in glassine
proo/ You car go swim, envelope. line quality.
Large trees near the front c1JthtOllj ntmg: fishing i etc yet A real aid l to relieve:
trance detract from the architecluial -i I those minor cuts are. pressure on corns, bun-
beauty of the house ti = protected with a tape Ions. tender feet, etc
she said 110 they should be placedto 'rb that stay on. S yd site Felt bark
frame rather than obscure the I '4-Isi 7 ":23C ;5NOW 17.
.
building Shrubs of good habit,I __ o'-U _
food form and easy culture should' 1ft Chiropractic

be selected for the foundation ADHnIYE TAPE HT-DA-WAY Folding

planting: i and BANDAGE Combination
The club decided to hold a nightnetting :> HELrriL ADVICE I FOUNTAIN SYRINGE
Waterproof plaster and bandJust the thing for vacations,
each month to which husbands '
Remember that to many age combination on one spool traveling, etc Folds, slips
of members will be Invited -' others Chiropractic was only a H- x t yd platnl" x 10 yd. out of sight. Depend

I lasting l war**cf f sr. Matte word at tint It became a use "bandage, Should a rR fcl*, regular t quart

Blossoms of more than thirty 1 with Tbermkjue, the blessing., only\ when its aid was kit atoms emergency travelIng NOW $ise. Strong,
varieties of hibiscus and the yellow -' heater!.. method . 0 Cool I sought In heart and kidney conditions or 19C well made, $2-95
a % m.o
flowers of the Thespesla safe comfortable/ es$ te4 .asucr
'
po-I -after other means had
pulnea or seaside mahoe of the I JUkfar i provided unsatisfying benefits.

acme family were displaced byMrs. In any bodily\ ailment, learn

Herman Hvinleln. Identification -, dh what Chiropractic often Cometo SUMMER or WINTEROUR +

chairman She showed also umuorubAM. I us tint, rather than f nallyHOIKS .
the flower of the royal poincianaand I j PRESCRIPTION SERVICE

the dwarf poinciana and the I ., IS YOUR PROTECTION
flU M.-i..w.
f:3* to It: 1 te 1:31: 8 te 8
Ixteen-inch .leaves and dark ......... We."
I Tuesdays: I::31 te lit S to I 31 IIrlnr.JOur prescription to'the lUxall

glpana pink fragrant rubra flowers of Fran-/I ALICE'S BEAUTY Sundays by Appointment Drug Store accuracy.where .a double check gunaatets -

The white pikes of the PARLOR THffetKSSTOM
: Dr. R. J. Elliott
tygia bicolor shrub -
a H-114 ..... Ice Cream Made Fresh
Tetra:1 1Ie'Jwp Daily in Our Store
the Redland .
District were i;:1 Lake sa.e.ee, 0- McCrery Arcade
bated and the Uaranta t
Phase IU.'" .
Phone gale .UNC"U'TwC 'MV'mint r* i BEST vunitw y. '
aces or arrowroot |1rt BOMKSTCAO. FLORIDA

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July 11, 1941 THE HOMESTEAD LEADER-ENTERPRISE Pare SeTcrt


ON JULY 19 WILL GIVE JUNIOR
DANCE

Ii CLUB FUNDS FOR BUYING EQUIPMENT SOCIAL EVENTS CLASSIFIED"

ar.. ! 1 I

In response to request for more ..znot permitted to attend i REDLAND CIRCLE MIKES
RED CROSS GARMENTSThe SATES first Insertion 104 line subsequent Insertion
summer dances the Junior Worn= gathering where wines: beer or

an't Club of oGl..te.d Monday I twhiaky I I are: served'or sold; that Redland Neighborhood' Circle .' If. .. lull .
.
evening voted to give a dance}|,
Saturday night, July 19, in the ,' each 25 girls who "will be re- Mrs L. H. Klopp Wednesday afternoon FOR RENTFOR FOR SALE-5-acre Persian lime

Chamber of Commerce building.|I Spon bile for the arrival of the to JeW for the Red Cross grove, 5 years old now in full

Profit from the dance will be i'girls: at the hall and their safe return completed It women's skirts RENT: -Small 3 room house, bloom. No buildings, only 2 miles

used to buy fifty tablet and one ;I home"; and That for every Cookies and punch were served. partly furnished, near Seaboard from bank, $2,200 cash-

hundred fifty; chain needed by i 25 service'men at the dance one Those present were: Mrs. J. W. Station,. A. J. Ennls. (pjg4-ll) I;I

the club military policeman be present Chase, Mrs George Wright, Mrs I I FOR SALE Tropical plants, dl

, Mrs Frank Bernecker was i iI A special meeting was called Sam Davit, Mrs Walter Gaby and I IJoIn. [FOR REMT-Furnished cottage, 3 rut trees ana tropical fruit laeasoa.

chairman Mrs : Klopp. blocks from ocean .n Miami Jungle Grove Redlan*
I named general by for next Tuesday at the clubhouse I I
Beach, at $20 a mo. 2 bedrooms road and Plummet drive.
Ja. L. Bird, president Mrt. Au-l i iII ( to discuss with Mrs. Connally I .

II /. gustus Wynn will be tdvertitt 'plans for the November cabaret. The CalendarJuly i I, living shower room nice kitchen yard. Will bath suit with 2 PAPAYAS, 5c a pound. r.iKiii;

t tot chairman; Mrs T. J. Walker, i Plans will be made at that timeto I couples or 4 Apply to I I Jackson 115 S. W. 2nd si,
I refreshment chairman; and Mri. co-operate with the county de- persons I
Homestead. (ml-tf)
Luncheon meeting of Mrs. Lots C. Trepte 8821 Fron I I
C. Ceberry ticket chairman. Mrs. I ferule council to work out some
Episcopal Auxiliary at Blackford de Ave. or phone 62441 Suif- I I
meat Sherard Mrs. Olin Wright, entertainment for service men LOANS
I
Mrt. Bruce Ennlt and Mrs. Her i I who will be in Miami at a later home. aide, Miami Beach. pj8): ,
July 11-Food sale of Homestead '
bert Turner will have charge of dale sa-id Mrs. Bird In urging all Woman's Club. FOR RELVT-One and two bed I LOANS TO BUILD MODERNIZE,

decorations, chairs and tables.Mn. I members to attend. room apartments; electrically I REPAIR Residential Grove
July 15-Spec.al; meeting of the
and Business
Wynn, recreation chairman Hostesses for the July social equipped; fully furnished; Property
Junior Woman't Club.
reported that rules set up 1 meeting will be Mn. W. B. Caves, clean; reisonab'e: rent; five From $30 to 55.000-from 6 mo. to
15 Called of the
July meeting
I 5
| by the county defense council for Jr., Mrs. Dick Huff and Miss El- minutes drive to Homestead on yeart.

"service dances" provide: : that :len Huff. The dale will be selected Homestead Woman's Club. Federal Highway; corner Biscay No Down Payment N'o Red Tap
July 15-W.S.C.S circle meeting SMALL MONTHLY PAYMENTS
only those men wearing a uni- : later since the regular date ne drive at Modello. Eva
I n Homestead Methodist $200 for 38 mo.-Repay $639 mo.
i torn of the United States service falls on the first aid course night Collins. (J6tf) |
Church. $300 for 36 mo,-Repay $13.87 mOo
and who have tickets or invitee and the club will try for a 100"'
July 19-Junior Woman's Club FOR RENT ,$1.500 for 60 mo.-RepAY $3250
3-bedroom :Ibathhou.e I
I time will be admitted to the entfortalnment" enrollment of its members in first
that service ''aid.i dance In Chamber of Commerce ; unfurnished. Nice loca- I moI
; men
building ; lioa J. R. Brooks (m6-tf) I I Atk for FREE EstimatesWithout

July 21-Meeting of Garden I j Obligation
:
SUNDAY SCHOOL CLASS ,(i Association is to be held in the Club at home of Mrs. O. W. Cal- FOR Rt. Residence in Florida LOANS can be secured to Modernize

ENJOYS: FISHING: TRIP |I! Homestead Baptist Church in klnt City; S bedrooms, fireplace electric I' and Repair LEASED OB

1 Mr. and tin Frank B. Rue took September July 21-Program meting ol stove running hot and cold ', MORTGAGED Propeitv.

the Co Forward Class of the I Il | Circle Two under the leadershipof Homestead B. P. W. C. in Cham- water two bathrooms; reason1 We also have F.H.A. LOANS for

i l Homestead Methodist Sunday I I I Mrs. Charles' I Martin presenteda ber of Commerce building I able rent Apply Leader-Enter- I New Hornet, payable monthlyover

on t fishing trip on their boat program on "Our Urgent Gospel July 29-Red Cross benefit musicale prise. 20-25 )'('al">,

Wednesday afternoon Supper'''Adequate for' the Changing Ori In Woman's Club buildIng I Let: us supply your DUILDINQ

was served on the boat. i ent"B. at 8 p. m. FUR SALETwo I NEEDS. Prompt Serv .ve.

Those going besides Mr. and I July 25-Meeting of Redland BROOKER LUMBER CO.

Mrs. Rue were: Mrs Julian: H. V. P. U. GROW ENJOYS Home Demontration Club at 1 .30Chrtor thoroughbred female English Phone 62 Homestead. Fla.

Webster Miss Alta Webster, M.M'' WATERtELOIC1.'TTISG! : i setter puppies. Will be right

Louise: Dearlng Mist Clara Rol-l The Intermediate B. Y. P. U N*. 1JI4RMort i age for next season training :.MISCELLANEOUSQfTLTS

Misses Mildred and District N I $10.00 each. W. E. Watkins 268
k&nd. Marga- *
of the Homestead Baptist Church LAVNDERED 2.V: each,
1 RrPORT tip Hilt tl>-.".., nl' MRS N. E. lilt Ave, Homestead. |
: relt Field, Harvey and Paul! Rue was given a watermeOn ca.ting FIR-T N4.TIOSAL RANK OF HOIK- Blankets! double or 'ingle, and
Harry Eowen, Louis! Aker Roger Mri Frank STEAD IN THF liT 11 It OP FIOHII'A (pill) I
Tuesday evening ty AT THE CI.OKF OF Rl'KINEHn ONJan. b'dhprvads same pr,,'r. Mn,
t : Glenn Fred Rhode, Hubert I I II Irwin, M.M: Ann Lei and T. C Mh. I.... PlBIIMIEIl IN UK.POM .. FOR SALE Model A Ford. $30.; I, Kent Jackson, 113 S. \\' 2nd st.

I Smith; and Tommy Harris. Shackleford. After the young folk "E TO OF C"I THE ( tllF.I RRKNO.BY IOMM.TROLIFR IV.IIFR G rl'. bicycle. $5.; Dti-ioaix; 1 Homestead ( ml6-tf)

I had enjoyed a swim in the municipal CM THIN Ull. I'. t. REVIHFD $7}. Mrs Powell BAuer drive

< W. M. U. TO INTEREST I' pool they went to the municipal STATUTES Assets '" mile west of Redland road. i i WANTED

CROUP IV! CAMPS park where watermelons 1.nana and ._"is ,ilnrlndlti I

The July meeting of Ihe Wo were served. After this cam United uSE Flows ovndraftai r........_nt I 1/I.llItll FOR SALE-1938 Pick-up In good WANTED-One or m' u1 sewing

men's Missionary Union cf the|, games .bll..Uo.. dlrn.t and .. mechanical condition. $225 cash. i machines to be loaned or do-
..8ft.tl ,
First Baptist Church of Home-1' The B. Y. P. U. group Included: Oh'watlona Rnarant.rd' of II..... and Mrs M, J. Connelly, Rural Rt. nated to South Dade Unit Rfd

read! opened Wednesday with a1 I It Ann Shackleford Evelyn Sullivan pc.llll.al, .ubrlt.I.. .... r....014 7tCcnxrat. 1, Box 265. (Jn27-y4) i I Crons Mrt B. A Tibhils, Phone
.. .-k.. Inrludlnifork '
short song service and reports Catherine: and Virginia: Ke'J, of Federal! 240
... .. ... . I.SMIXI FRYERS FOR SALE-25- pel lb.
from the various circles.; June Vann Virginia!' Milliard. The- Reserve .k.
Ca.h. blas.with high
The president announced that da Proctor Albert and Homer 1..IOIdI. resit-s balance, I
itpecial training camps for G. A.'s Byrum, Lynne Irwin, Wilbur and ...h time In p...... (plY 11'' school and grade school subject.

and R. A's will be held at the: Caves, Hubert Smith and Charles: Dank if ...>,ll.....1-tlon_ owned lie.OOOJK, 11..110..1 C-A-S-H. Do not ask for terms.Trees I Mrt. H. J Armstrong. A. B<
.Snapper furniture and flutoi I Plummer driti and Country
Creek Scout
Boy Camp, Hobrt .son. .. S4.IWIHI 14.1'01"'* need some fertilization,
:at Kendal and appointed a com-1' other aawti 171 41 but you will never get more for I Club road.

mlttee to Interest the children of The Tuesday meeting o' v-f TOTAL ASSETS $I5M.MJ your money. It Is a giveawayat NOTICE OP APrlllATION FOR

Cthe church The boys' camp will Woman's Club of Homestead was klakllltlraDrmatid $2.200. II. A. Cameron Phone TAX llhrll-III. llfl

begin Monday Aug. 18, she said, postponed till next Tuesday because .rt..hl.deposits. and..a corporatells. Individual.. 72, Homestead. Florida. (alltf) I..Notlrr... holder,I. hrreby.. ..-Ian.alien, .. I,hut I .1..111.1"10.....I.I..

and the girl's camp. Wednesday of rain ..... .. ". .1.... Tn Crr"'h'. N". Steel. W-16. ,
Tim Deposits of Individual. Th* '_".1'11 of Mid property native (1.15. 4011. and "nit. Oats) the 81h 4..
Aug. 20. revision! will be taken
By-law the aid ....111,... Issued ... In the .
r.rt..hl and worporsr of ,Au...... ". h. try.. he- filed. Will
Announcement was made that up at that time and members will "Ln. 111.075.43 name oft "nkn.,... fnku. .aid (...11I.| (."""" ... 'In mr "1",, a,.d box made
Drnn.Ul of 1'r.HH *t.tr< Oovarnnrnt rate th.ll b# redeemed ar...dl... to Islet .. ..pl ie.ti"! far twit devil In i..u* the. .'
_' the meeting of the W. M. S. executive register for Red Cross aid. AU are llndudln Postal deal will l....r Ihrn.da n. the Id Inernrdao. with law laid (...roil.rite. .
board of the Miami Baptist requested to at.end ".1.,., 1.000M > <.f J.l.. A. H 141 .m6rxrr th. I 11..1.,
Deposits .1 States and Dated then 17lh dir of J"... A n. 141.F .. P"' .....,. .hu.lrd I. Dad I .nintrViorl.,
political lukdivhluna 4< "*T P., FATHFRMAN: Clark da. 1willlint
rP lt. of beaks .- 7,461.96 rirrult Court V.... ('.ur.tr. Fk'iUa C r Adam, Adds. Plot
01.... _I.. lorrtifwd and Clrtull Court ,../ iRmk S."r... I. :lnoad In 11.4. c.... .
; ...hlo.'. ...*..b, ....1 1.17!.M fly N. C. tTFRRFTT n. C..Jun. Flat, of florid.. .. ....b'.-.... In Car.fOl _
Ani Total r-u. Z&&IUI ta. 17. July 4. 11. 10. 1 8"| '... Ii... 5F4' Th. a.._..... of
Does Your Car Have Other HablllllM IJ1S II Mid ptoi..Mr unnVr the aad4 ...."....,.
NOTICE OP APP( ICATIOY FOR Issued .aa In th. name .' Unknown.
TOTAL LIABILITIES 1121.7110 TAX tFFAs-F1I.. "-...17Ch. ; Loot I" W P Horn.'. *-tMti., I'UI
iKakiin Noteb hereby given that It H. ", .1. tv. flat of Fl. rlda' a.mhraerd InCVrtirirau
Faults? Omo."i .....k. total holder. of ...... and Counts Tn Car I .. 44,14! The a uMm.nt af
Of These par S2SOMM _ "". __ I W.M4M titillate No. ttt. baud th. Ird d., ..f pn A...... A. t>>. 1014 box filed ..... In my I I 1..ld' .. was In the name ., UnknawnI.nt .
i Vn7l'v'id'"l Profits ..__...._ ...51 to l ffi.{ *, and haa made application for a tat 17 W n, H.rnrXiM*.. Plat
}U..-- d...d to a. banned thrrran Said ('...111,." ..,...k I. r... Kl. !I....'... In n.... Caun.
I ... ,._ tko f.dlowte. dwrirad ...,..rt. ty. Slat. > f Florida aamhr.oM. In
? Total Capital. Aceounta62,906 M In Ih. county of Dade, State of Florida, C.nlfkau Jia sell Th. a_m.nt i-t
\no.lt! said property under ..h.j arrtlflral.
\IT.II. LIABILITIES and Uu It and in. 1110.,h '.. Fulford Mr laced n. ''a the -- "I 1'aksnwn.
CAPITAL ACcoUNTS ".'".II the ..... UK c. "..d. a 8uh. flat ....,k lit IS. MrClaln'. / ........ Plat Rook
rPlede.d --_.. Ik. ,.... .. In the Catcher of Dade, state I. Paw 4. Iwatod. In F>. \- -..,,
Lacks Power and Speed ? a.ae.ta book ..I...) of FkHdo.Th II.... of FlorMt. a. rmbra..4 In (W.lifkal .
1 tat United 04.0.. .....:. ni.nam.nt of told property under Nn. Kti Th. .._m..' of laid"
mint ohllvatlofi*. dfnvt and the told r.nifrat' wait In the ..... of: pror.m ands. the --aid e.olfket. I.
Hard to Start? uarantMd. Wedged l I" ....... Ruth Htaro.llnlio ....d waa In the ..... ..f fnknownL..I
d.pwlti and other llabllltlM 27.440.01 sold! nrtiflraw shall ka n.drrmH f Id 1 fwad1! A4da .
i 1- : i_ n.rordln, to law Ui. erfprnydrarrlhrd llotik 4. Pariiknt. iMrntod It l", CmM
o Uses Too Much Gas? Tidal I Jl....... lho...* win ... Id to Ih.hl.h It,. Slate rf Fl-.rlrt.. aa rmkrarrd laCrrttflrat.
Iwo.a..... Ilabmtlea I +l bidder at the Court H._ drar Nat .'I". TW a-wm.nl d
.' 4s(0.p h. stared be on the first Honilav the _.tIt." "unot. weld I"**rtl under tk* aai4 ovrtlflnt
Vibrates or runs rough? 7'y l ....... ._. .u...... to I-- '*'I. whlrk. la the sea dar of A. Issued WM In the ham "f U.k.......
..1..1 Io. 510.764.16Total .oat. 141. l'..1 l_ rid. rrrtlflrau Shan .. raW
i .. I,..... the f4tk dry rf '"... 1141.E. .*d a/Hirdlni lo I... tai oWd will
Sluggish and No Pep? I 'o.nul B LEATHFRMAM CWrkClrrolt hoar tIIr.... oa the IJrd tie af Jul,.
Sate ,1 Florida.Countir C<>.... Ida Toontr FloridaClrraH . A.
rf Tad*. MI Court -alP pILd'thi. IVl d.. of .Inn* A D. 1141.K. .
I I. W. C. PAYNE. ...h''.. rf .. ....... N. C tTERRETT D CII. I II IHATHERMAK. Tfc.k.rimll .
named bask do ai4M>inly ..... that the. ... M. July 4. II. I". ItlllkCTK ,i I 0...... Dad c-" FWWaClmlt
abu.. statement .h true to the hail or *. I Court Ior V.I
kfiowkdio and hol..,. OF APPtfTATION roB I N. C. STw5RrTT. In .fi
W. C. 1'...... Ca.ilrr. TAX FERD-Fa. A-4. lCkaptor 'Jsaa 14. 27. Jaly 4. 11 Is. .
H....n la and aulxrikH before aw I74M AM. of IMINrtk I --
this MIl day of Jilr. 1MI. i, la k.rrh* clean. that W. M. Cllkl.aofi 'I NOTICE OF APPLtrATlnV FOB
Notary Baal| balder of stab and Comty Tan Carllfkau TAX DEfcO-Til. SIX
Drive into one garage and hare the engine 1 i ... N 1 watery r of Hoato.aowd .
*.-*.. Mr abmmiaaxrii, expires Jesse It. *. sad kaa OMdo application far a I I ,.. (Orrtlffc-o. MoirSwnl Mil.
-SCIENTIFICALLY TESTED with our new t.... tea deed to .. laaard Sold Co..,,I. I I/'data* tile Stk dar vf D *ar'l,.r. A. D.
G.-n-t-d ttwt l I oat. exploration, th. fullo-liMt d- rrkod! I IIn I I IMI. ha. ,..... raM C.rtHlnb In airrfffeo.
I W. ....Ilnk .ra..rly the Count 4>f Dada State of I IUt and kai ....d. at>|'ll<*ll >a for tax
SUN MOTOR TESTER and -see for yourself II Lester F1.Nbwa I dead ... latest .....- ind.mm wltk
ThIt.. Kirby It stores I, A_ad Plat of pall 1! low. hid Cartlf..... mkrwao. .... f. _
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what is needed to put it.in first, class operating la the County of Iwdo Slat of Florid. 4 .wnty. Fkrlda. to..Mi
NOTICE fir prLirTio rot 1 Tk natai.ni.a4 of rid nroorty njiavr1tko Ut It. Hotaila Aid'n In the City
TAI PEtn-rib s eozdition.Preston. "..I.. 10 ..._ Visa a thai !lam_.. 5l.-.r.. T. c.. I j .
I.... looker r ..i..w ot CItY of H.mr.twd sod otrllf.... ...... W redeemed I': Tko aaa.trm.nt of Mid ..". rty t..4.rl
Tax c.rslfleata Nmnb.nd an.retae ", tow the rroorrnr dnrrlh <.. mill ('.nJ/....* Sand In the
load Uw ilk dar .l Drxmibrr. 4-:1.: I Mvr n will ka.M M the hlh rUtdrM I I, ...... r> Orleans,". I'nlM4! OrtlflIM. -
I",. kaa gelid aaU c.nu.: .... to mfk >I any Coast Kaww dip r Ik f.rot ...,..,, */.ar! ... l.l.iriW oeaord<" 't* I...
B. Bird Motor Co. ..( *. and ban v>ado at>.. _lea for ,oar In the aaool, .. Aixnat. 1S4I, Wluotia k.a ..d wlU Inc th-wa ,n the 4tk dof
laa dead. !. best ....roB to awrdafM,, > the 4lh of AanA 141 of A uyL A D 1663D.W
South Phone IS web .... RaM "rwtlffaoto" aatkrana tko nodal .t kM *a, of lot'. 1ML | shis Lt 46. ,) J.... I D. ItH.L .
Krome ATC. Memento donrlkid oreaart*. all""au4 lot|I P. LIATKCRMAN. CUrk. II LF.1KJtU \II. Cl.ek.ofits .
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Eight THE HOMESTEAD

and 'nold returned with Mr. and Mn
AROUND Mr. and Mn. Joe TorclM
IN AND family visited from Wednesdaytill Schroeder and visited here until

HOMESTEAD .. ] Monday with their aon-ln-liw Tueaday. BARGAINS
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L Mr. and Mn. Tony THESE USED
( Unused From Page Five) and daughter Wilbur Free of Peniacola visited
operation tot appendltftia. She h" Cuiccardo, in Tampa. Mill Grace Mr. and Mr*. R. E:.Scott Thun-
TorcUe remained in Tampa for a
Mr. and 'Mr G.
been visiting day.
two-week viait.Miai I
A. Weat. I ftIEAN.
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Byrd and I e .
Donald Kddleman of J.ck.on-I Conetance Hunter la re- Mr. and Mr F. C Martin and I
vllJe pent the ported to be recovering from her their niece, Mist Nellie McClain,,
home of the Rev. Mid Mr*. J. H. recent illnea left Tuesday after a visit of several In The Bank!
Dodson Ht It a student at the, days with J. H. Roberta and Money
'I naval trade school in Jacksonville Mr and Mn. Edward Staling'
left Friday for Saco and Porland family.
I Me., to vlait relative for six I'I I II
Mr. tad Mra. R. E. Edwards weeks. '
had at guests last week-end then I I II GUARANTEED TO BE
nephew and till wife Mr and Mr and Mn H. p. Cone recently -
Mn. H. R. Pridfcn Jr., of Ja<*- moved Into the Dixon PRICED BELOW TilE MARKET
onville. apartment Mr. Cone ii foremanat I I
.:."_........,,"-.I.IFLOltJUA the Lee IIwmlD.I .
crn I I, II 1931 DODGE 2-1>OOR SEJAN-Ex.
I Miss Lola Carpenter li spendIng -
By Mr* W. W. 8e "
"' I: the week-end visiting her! I tra (clean; original blue paint; rood
Miss Carrie B Trencher of Tltusvllle filter Princeton..
U, a visitor at the home I rubber. A really good fir.
of her) brother and alster-in-law,,I Councilman Chat B Clinton I 1 1193t 1-
Mr. and MM. E A. FroacherMr who la employed at vTaverhler' I
I I came up to attend the meeting of SEDAN-
J K. Scott and grandchildren -'i the Florida City council Tuesday WILLYS FORDOR
Ellen Schallern and Milton! evening r Worth considering for cheap trans-
Hunter are visiting Mn Ida
Flowers of Miami Beach. I Mr. and ,;Stuart Shields and portation.
family of Miami spent Friday In
Mr. and Mn. Wm. Henn of Savannah , Florida City. Mr. S. S. Shield I
spent the week-end ,,18lt.1 I who had visited In Miami the past ESKIMOS 1936 CHEVROLET 2-DOOR SEDAN-
fog Mr. and Mr. Fred Henn. week came back with them.
In eueUallt condition throughout.
Mr. and Mn. Harry Cuchlella i I and Mr Fritz Schroeder Vent Cote
left Wednesday morning for various -lanT
children, Glenn l and Helen,
point la Kentucky .pent the week-end visiting Mr. "6" SEDAN-
MR. Frank Stalling of Miami and Mn. J. L. Arnold and family But Florida homemaker need 1936 OLDSMOBILE .
underwent an emergency operation -I of Kobe Sound. Horace Ar- dependable year-round reInflerortion Been welt'cared for. '
tot appendicitis Saturday I far cold dishe lot
morning at the Kendal hospital- preservation oi Joed Sterile
I GET YOUR STATEDriver's refrigeration it automatic CHRYSLER 4-DOOR SEDAN-
Mr. and Mn. Phillip Prentis 1935
troubU-lree il* alwayson
and their ton and daughter left I worth eonsiderinr.
Tuesday morning for their home i LicenseAt the |ob, lalelrdependably Well
In Fortola Cal, after a visit I at too*
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the home of Mr. and Mn. Edward The nomioallj.
SULjig. t You Can Bank on a Buick Dealer

W. F. A. Robertson and Rudolph JUSTICE OF THE SEE YOURDEALER

Mattaon Pierce Mri Wt MatUon Monday will for ]leave Fort Office PEACE in HomesteadOpen I IEtlllRltlll15 I PRESTON B. BIRD MOTOR COe

to Mr. Mattaon Sunday Join
frosIa..teap.a. MAP! Buick?-Pontiae Sales and Service
Marry Dealer, who la working
Odd Fellows Bldg. r Phone 18 Homestead, Fla.
la Key West spent the weekendat So. Krome Ave.
his home here t

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