Title: The leader-enterprise
Full Citation
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00087294/00499
 Material Information
Title: The leader-enterprise
Uniform Title: leader-enterprise
Leader-enterprise (Homestead, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Leader enterprise
Physical Description: 11 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: South Dade Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Homestead, Fla.
Homestead Fla
Publication Date: July 18, 1941
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 19, no. 45 (Nov. 6, 1931)-v. 29, no. 2 (Jan. 10, 1941) = v. 9, no. 21-
General Note: Ben Archer, editor.
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00087294
Volume ID: VID00499
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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I :n'Weekly iaa'Y ::8:8EADE RPRISE Berl DIRtrict vfas 181 aediand!since

,N 30-No. Homestead, Florida, July 18, 1941 Trice 5 Cents

Lumber on Tracks, Work Due ITo

Start on Labor Camp Monday

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Whereas next week, July 21-26, has been proclaimed as

Nations Aluminum Week, In the Interest of gathering'aluminumfor

Whereas the Woman's Club of Homestead has made arrangements -

through the co-operation. ,ot the Homestead Boy
Scout troop to have a truck call at every house in Homestead

UB Friday July 25, to pick up any bid aluminum that may be

-- "I donated tar defense needs,

More]l 'Places to Go Seen Therefore. do I, as mayor of the city ot Homestead. call upon THE WEATHER F. S. A. Official to Arrive i

:" Urgent"Need aft Proj- upoh all citizen Of thfc community to observe National Alum- Official weather I port of the I First of Week With

t. jects StartDIRECTORS' inum Week by searching''among their-fcousehdld and business Subtropical Experiment Station "Go" Order !
Homestead, Florida.
effects for any a1ul11n! m. articles tht.rnybedlkca.rded l ana i
INVITE given to the Boy !Scouts when they call for them next Friday Date t M...t MID.J BarR LEADERS PARLEY July ID 12 I E0 '120.00 0.00
Signed this 17th day' of Ju i.*11H1 / GIVEN F. 0. BULLA 1m
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"- I 120.08 I 10.181t
Meeting Slated at Festi- t. J..HARRIS, OR 89II11
I Building Details and Other -
val Building at 5 Mayor, City of Homestead, Fla O1b t
14 I" I !loM I 11.07 Preliminaries
p. m. TodayThe I IS u I 130.03 I ..05IlIa CompletedWork
SCOUTS TO CALL I Dr. and Mrs. Smith Back I 70 110,00 I O.UI -
Redland District Chamber From Yucatan Vacation on construction (if the !

l'Commerce will underwrite' the HOUSE TO HOUSE.1 ... FOR migratory farm labor camps will
'expense of I night diamond ball Smith and and their Mrs ion amea and Archer daugh 40 ACRE SITE begin here next week.

schedule in Homestead and favcnInunedlatc I The tint carload of lurn' for t
ter-in-law, 'Mr.-and'Mn. JamesArcher >for
organizing, of team and ALUMINUMBoy Smith, Jf, returned July FESTIVAL ASKED the camps arrived In Homestead
Mart of I yesterday afternoon, and
playing.At 10 .from aft airplane vacation trip a contracting
- to Yucatan.- From Merida, the I officer from the Farm
Its meeting Monday night, the Scout will call from houseto BY AL UND'GREN
capital they traveled through 80 Security Administration office In
chamber voted to invite house with
diamond a truck next Friday
I miles of Jungle to the Mayan Montgomery, Ala, Is expected to
ball leaden of past seasons to meet to pick up aluminum ware ruins. arrive Monday with the order to
with the organization' director at which housewives: of Homesteadfeel Expressing the Opinion that the start construction Immediately on
0 o'clock; thla afternoon in the able to discard and- donate present festival building of the the negro camp
chamber of Commerce building to, to the cause of defense, Mrs Orin Redland District Chamber of Commerce Bonding details of coraractor
talk financial-needs, team formation Smith, chairman of the National AIRPORT CREWS was utilised to its utmost and subcontractors are all completed I
possibilities, and other problem Aluminum Week committee of the capacity 1n the JM1 fruit festival, and deed to the SO-acre site
that need Ironing out. Woman Cup of Homestead, announced GET HEAD START Acting President A. W. Lindgrentold ol the South Dud Agricultural
The urgent' need of "more place yesterdayCooperating the membership Monday night Workers Camp the negro camp,
to go and more things to do" WH with the Woman's that steps should be taken toward on Campbell drive, near Un new
treated at the membership meetIng Club and the Boy Scout in the TO BEAT FORFEIT acquiring another building site county airport was delivered Wednesday
when VIce-PreBldent A. W local aluminum drive, Mayor Tom large enough to permit any reasonably to the government by
Undgren,' preildlng in the absence Harris issued a proclamation calling anticipated expansion South Dad Farms, Inc. donor of
.from the district of President Ed- attention to the plan and urgIng With grading complete' on ten He told of I 4 -ure tract well the site
I ward Stiltag. called for suggestion all citizen: to observe Na- per cent .of th* east-west run- inside the city limit of Homestead The carload of lumber which
tor the betterment of the district. tional Aluminum WeeK by collectIng way-which Is more than a mile which he, had been informed I arrived yesterday la the first; ahlpI -
It was pointed out that for several all disposable aluminum are long and 1,000 feet wide and might be obtained for.I nominal I ment of ,000,000 feet which! will
year until this summer, diamond tides la their possession and giving nearly a hundred of the five- amount. On motion i committee I t bI used In the construction of the
ball had filled that need two them to the Scouts when they hundred-odd potholes dug to solid composed 6f T. K. Kirby, Frank B. two camp by J. Victor Mirtln, ,
or three nights a week for a considerable call next FrIday rock and filled up, Power and Rue Ben Archer and R. Ruff was successful bidder on both contract .
number of people In the "Person Who are not r\lnrto Archibald, contractors 1the appointed to serve with, Mr. Llnd *.
area from. Kendall to Msteaimbe, be home On Friday, July 25, *re county airport, laid off all hired I gren In aawtaiiurig mire stout theavailability F O. Builard of Homestead has
With a prospective population Influx requested to leave their aluminum machinery and equipment Mon 1 and suitability of the the subcontract for hsullrg the
: due" to construction of the I donations in a pile on their front day pending: receipt Of a formal tract. lumber and other material It, the
aqueduct, the airport, and the migrttory porch or front steps,"Jifn. Smith I order from the Civil Aeronautic The use ot 10 acres where water I sites. South Dade Farms, inn_ has
labor camp, such a sports.. said "The nation need all the (Continued un Pale tight) (Continufd tth Page Eight) the subcontract for cleanntf.. ditch.
activity la needed more than ever aluminum we can collect, so any Ing, dredcUg filling In and land-
before, It was agreed. article will be acceptable, no matter -! Aqueduct Bidders Reported Called leaping
An operating deficit last season The
how small it !a. I negro camp contract amounts -
and too much financial and mental Persons living outside the city, Washington for Contract Division to (268,400. The white
,train ea Individual sponsors were I site of which la
Ore invited to bring their aluml- amp at tn said to be main reasons why diamond -
highway and Tennessee
mum to the Homestead tire station
ball was not resumed this!I where a large box has been used William Brother of Tow'bore) be easily! apportioned is tQ cost VS,000..
summer1." Membeand directors a* an aluminum depository for Okla.., were ."apparantly" 1 low bidders the three bidders. amon'l
alia* feel thai the publicity fund I several _1uI.ICARLTO. for the aqueduct construction : The pump*,'al the .
tte Chamber of commerce couldbe tufjply Of the Florida Key FIRST HALF WON
wed to no better advantage contract, according to authoritative -
duct Will be driven by two
thug ffUvaatM orprnse of antomediata SENDS information received *I temples BY LOCALS IN 9r1GA31E
diamond ball schedule: . here early thla week. horsepower, according! to *
f Another'suggestion from theo I Yesterday, however, It Was reported cation WhIm wet the bans of
flow: war that -"huffMboafd courts' THANKS 'FOR US 0 from .an: entirely unofficial bids on the pumping plant equipment WITH NAVY
be Constructed Jo Legion! ParsWk'thly .ouree' that'all three binder M received fc/ the havy departmetit -
would be an the project had been celled back WMneMtay.Both .. -
Von to local reaident and Itttae-i LOCAL SUCCESS to Washington to confer with officials I the city ef Homestead and TIle Homestead baseball team
alike. The secretary was at the bursas of yard and ,the florid Power It tight Co.. I won the first; halt of the Dade
ed to write. the Florida a""te docks,'U. S. nary tttardini theftrespective ,had UubmltW tsar tot furnishing County League schedule by defeating -
Railway Co.. which owns the plot contract price and Mascertain Xtric tower tt V* pumping! the Opa Locks Navel Air Station -
and tease it to the city for a dolls -I I The toitowmg letter c* appreciation if their resource and staWn al M aqueduct. stmrce of .-I lo the second of two games
41 year permission to construct I from cougar Governor equipment could' be pooled In I 'supply, deaalbcd In specification played on the local diamond Sunday -
such court, with awlning I Doyle B. Carton, executive chairman parceling out at the project In the td date as *k ,point near Florida Afternoon
tents to protect players and spectator I ot I the Florida committee V interest of speed. City Hon liPad" lid was uid Before th* games started, H?me-
from sun and rain. I so. was received this week by Two of the bidden, Williams to have' been the lower. stead and South: Miami were tied
First' suggestion for constnieUoaof James Bottle, chairman of the Brother* and Brown and Hoot of Gordon Ivty superintendent, of for the league lead with r.ctDries
ahuHJeboard: courts to Legion:'Redland District USO drive, which Houston bid On the project M a the muhlftpsl electric power and and two. defeats each. Then the
Park wa advanced more than s ended several week ago' with its whole, while R. W. Edholfn Inc, water department, was Informed navy defeated South Miami in the
year ago by the Homestead Bud quota oversubscribed' of Miami, bid on a unit of the last week that the specification tint game CIIh.* afternoon, and
Ma and Professional Weman'i I *Tn United Service Organlxa- project The project Is divided Into for Diesel engine Would ellraiCnttausd Hcsnesinad beat the navy and ,top
dub. (Continued on Page light) three units, and could there- ( *a Page Cigbt: ) (Cootinued on Page Eight)


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JW.Y.' .Bush Installed I Rev. Geo. 1. Rjcks i Win
Reaffirmation' Elicits
Ann Lindbergh's '.
I -- Hd-- dd Fellows I Take L tiI 4.
Interestinz.Comment.: From Local Mani
OF, PRINCETON . t ; I w. .T BQsh'was Installed noble I The Rev. Gefl |f 1q!. JtU
,grand of I.:O. O F" lodge Number c of the Homestead Presbyterian
$o : r I 29 Tuesday evening by District | Church, pWxici leiWT' f>>
TAKEN BY DEATIIt :'by .H. A .. I Deputy Grand Master A. C.|for Monl'fat..ti' C.J'lliAer/.rhtt
real .. Witt. ot Coconut Grove (will attend llinc
t ,Morrow' t. Others Installed were: vice-[school. Itsltm'P{ ',; I II
Behrens, retired merchant :dfl'o ) I r grand Tom Them; secretary, H | He will . . Ait
of Princeton died at 10 a.!I ranted ;:;: B. .Seattle; financial secretary C as Webber City N. c.. by his
an, Monday of a heart ailment The letter p. Grlnold; treasurer, E. A Buchanan mother, Mrs John A. Ricks, and
after an Illness of two weeks H< I "I have I I 1 e, ; warden, M. C. Boatwrlght; his sister, Mrs,.T "Hodges ,'arid
vac 61 yean old. I tort your conductor, E. S, Capllnger.: right her two sons, Tomand ..JolurwIo
Funeral services were held Wednesday June 1MI : supporter to the'noble grand Jason will visit Mrs NOW:*son.the Hsu,
afternoon in the Homestead I i \ Avery; I left supporter to the John A. Ricks, .Later"jlheaml)
Presbyterian Church, with it an : lr noble grand, C. M. Barrow; chaplain will spend several weeks"at a
*i* Rev Harley R. Core, a friend "I had C. C. DeBerry outside mountain cottagt'it Crossnort. it'C.
of many yeans standing. In charge 'Wave of I ) guardian, J. I.. Ditteri Inside il
The body was taken to Miami tot I my guardian, N!" .R. Thornton 1 tightsupporter On Sunday Mr. Ricks ,will
fcreimtlon yesterday. I. to the. vice-grand, .J F preach at It o'clocK.on, "God sad
'' Born and reared In Birmingham I'clear, rath ,,i Gulden the Stars" ..'.J:

Ala., Mr. Behrens wu a I dation.. I II ;
bookkeeper there before he cametoMwmi I born"I am In !I I CLASS GOES SWIMMING New ToJl-f rre Bridge \
in 1816 and openedfurniture a |li hat '''The IS-year-old boys of the Opens in Jacksonville
store In 1822 he bought r Homestead Baptist Church Sunday :......- ;
the. business of the old Drake Lumber : [ '
i\ISO yean, School enjoyed a swimming Jacksonville, July I? '(FNSl-J
Co commissary at Pnnoeca .alTafll'S' party at Matheson Hammock '
a new age second bridge: tollfreeaetosathe ;
} and operated It as a general Wednesday afternoon Those -
'. the lint I going st. Johns river at Jacltaotnvllle
More until he retired In 1835 Since were: Myron .Grcnnell, the
new w.. will be dedicated July Us
then he had done a little bookkeeping teacher, Lynne Irwin, Charles
1790 I The bridge, which connects down
as his health permitted, Robertson and
the Robert Kuhn town Jacksonville with ..South
and at the time of his death was I I
I aret or w. Jacksonville, was constructed at
b&ancia secretary of tile Fiord Wt'JL 6f'the pi-wenF-may pan without a .coat of $I&OD.08O..wl'" touotyi
Workers' Union.
jMricultunl idly tome : wide-spread violence and revo state and federal' government
I I.As t member of the beard ofstuertant t : lution.: : particlpsl: <. 'a
01 the Redland District I hand pllding, . .....
(lumber of Commerce yean ago, or this ... ..
Nr. Behrens served on a comKuttee hood a ,- "n' I
with Edward Stillng and sun. There
W. R. Crow which in tinted action':,,hour,.<}ay, .: THESE USED CAR BARGAINS:
feat'waited In the construction 'vertad : i :.
fcf the-'Ooulds-fVters cut-off, to I 11
pliminate the circuitous Quail 'Owens. ;) ;
I' MEAN"v":
Monet loop In the Mian -Ham.I .- ,Hrndenon r .'
I tead highway He was active !I Pra ,;I t.
hr--other movements for the chapter in ) 1 s.s :
good!' 'of his community and the tract was ..
tlmtrict as a whole, and was a !l tendance a : ; ::.*' 'Money In The Bank! -
former trustee of Redland achool Turner !
) Mr. Behrens was a past chanfcllor charge of .
of Biscayne Chapter (Miaknl I ,
>: Knights of Pythias, chaplain! :; '
W Palma Vista Lodge 205 (NaranF '. GUARANTEED TO BE
fa) and A. M., and associate 1 :
patron of the Naranja chapter of PRICED. BELOW THE MARKET
Order of the Eastern Star over _.__
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He Ii survived by his wife, Mar- '
JfflrefSi two sons Henry and I II I 710 1937-DODfiE 2-DOOR SEDAN-Ex: *. .
Charles Jr. of Princeton six I,
daughters. Lois and Dorothy Beh. ira dean ; original blue paint; good.

revs of Princeton, Mrs. Geo W. rubben. A really good car.1934ILWILLYS .
Kosel, Jr., ot Chapman Field Mn '
)prank Potter and Mrs Paul Lee ''i :. " 0' .
(4 Miami, and Mrs. Harry LeHufluet .
of Philadelphia, two brothers, : FORDOR SEDAN-

Louis Behrens of Princeton and I : ;; Worth considering for cheap: trans*
Emil Behrens of Birmingham: and y f ft
{dour sisters, Mn W. C. Goodrich portation., ..
nf Fort Lauderdale, Mn R. JArthur ,
and Miss Lena Behrens

(V Jacksonville! and Mn H. H. 1936 CHEVROLET 2-DOOR SEDAN- .

Strickland: All of the of Birmingham survivors attended In exeellant condition throughout.--: : ',_
: :
}he funeral Pallbearers were nls
;two sons and his four sons.nlaw.Honorary .
pallbearers were: D. E. 193. ILE "6" SEAN'L 5J.tl
bushor, Toni Chapman, L H. I '
i'! / .hi
Creer, W. O Talbott, Alfred Al. Been well cared for.
>>r'aht. Robert Farmer, H H. kN i ..L,1.lt'ICAPABLE} . . ..r.r .
StIU.: ;;
:- l005..ClIRYSLERiDOOR: '
I I REINS r L Welljworth considering. :

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DIXIE'S wheels of defense are turning a tempo never before ; : You Can-Bank on a Buick .Dealer ::
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equalled. To the numerous factories, military base, sod the i -

public M |Jar J%,
,I I important than now ; PRESTON B. BIRD HOIORCL(?

Providing tad safeguarding this service in these fast changing '
I ., Buck-r-Pontiac Sales and Service jrx
times is a tremendous task

I Southern Bell el necessity is a big organization with thousands S. ,Kcoinq A'e Phone 18 H(:.ft' :'a.A'1.1' I .
A STURDY HAND i of highly trained telephone veterans who have met and I 'f

TO; HELP YOU I scattered many emcramc a.. j I ""' ......l'.l'.l'.l'.l'.....
TIUII.r'i friendly dealings : About 10,000 new telephone recruits, added during the past I +: PAn

G with Sputa Dude families has two JUlIo are being trained; by this experienced army for important lit- -- :;IJUMBER.IT 1Q-.
. 10' "3ba
the line and M >
CTf.tIed.a reputation for positions on telephone firing more I

kindliness, Integrity and I being added daily. I 'IW will endure fan )'e.rs.aUordUI1,1 J

efficiency, Let us help and :1 In all, a combined fore of 23,000 workers is rushing ale ,1 -,- constant satisfaction and .pride;!
to Beet the SwtxVt evcr-increasiag demand. II ,
counsel you In your time of I phone ttpansioa ,
<-= of ownership; insist' JW. Lumtr -!|!|
trouble"'W* can relieve you i Speeding up the delivery of supplies are four bug telephone I .... I

of so many details Economy supply bases loaned within oversight reach of every major 11. -_- suppLed>;f us ,It Is VOUTaswranc .;

is maintained without the industrial and military center la dw South > - *' ofl soprtfuyallitj! ) at:

sacrifice of stgnity and re I This taaf df lojrsj telephone men and women is working I w lowest cost dolemate'.. ;fr
spect. I in harmony,upend and to safeguard the linen of telephonetbroBgboot 'II
I tosomsioicsdoa' the South.: I for any Job; large tl f. i iI
Tnrner's Funeral Home

.Ltd* AttesrfasriPJxmt limber, Hardware Baal, Doomy-2LoL I fr ..,''
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111 Be nestea< I : 'aali.l..aa.tta %

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f. RATES Homestead ,Art.Group ( ENSE Miami Farm Credit'Co., to Make Loans
I Gets New Instructor I I I

t TO. ,BE LOWERED To Pay Up Everglades Drainage Taxes

Miss Atllt! Mae Kitchens of Miami --

LEE REITERATES I has been asaigned as instructor Thirty-five loans were made association feels It will be called
Homestead Art Club
of the
.J BUY during the first s:x months of the upon to lend money during a
1 class Wm. S. Wood district supervisor -| year by the Miami Production period of adjustment of the Everglades -
I I .
---' of the Work Projects Administration -
4' : UNITED Credit Association: to growers, Drainage District taxes at
4 Tallahassee, July 17-Bringing announced yesterday; ) dairymen' and cattlemen,. according Is anticipated that this agency w M
o renewed aasuraacei that miOage I j during a brief vi:ft to Homestead 1 STATES-, to Cr.. Wall of Miami, perhaps advance more funds toIra
She will be with the Homestead who aald that member for this lIIall
SAVINGSBONDS secretary-treasurer purpose
must down under
lit com the .
other tor
I group every Friday an a good share of these funds wentto will be advanced by any othersingle
i slew'" -statutes' In proportion to the all-day _Ion. The first, lesson finance early seasonal operations agency In this territory.MrsWeis
gr .increase in valuation.i State Com-: will begin at 9 clock Friday AND STAMPS of these farmers stockmen said. s
j troller J. M. Lee told a radio audience I morning, July 25, In the Chamberof and growers. Since the. Miami Production
II Tuesday that property! Commerce building( he laid Among the many eligible purposes Credit Association began operations .
will be, welcomed In
Beginners for which loans may In 1M4, it has leased
4 Mitch has been carrying Its fair! the clan, and all other Interested tained from this ,= l .21t,863.73 to finance the peed
t hare of, the tax load "will not' are Invited to attend. mers' borrowing association ia of Its members In the nine cou.
. suffer from.iny uqfalr tax 'burden The instructor I* being lent to I the payment of taxes, and the ties, comprising IU territory' _. :
| j Wood ,
the clan Mt explained
", R bc tJse/Of the'nw tax laws |
!malts because Mrs Eve Alatnan Fullerof AMERICA ON GUARD! I -
e 'Those-who their returns; ----
. will not be allowed to Iuff.Irom I I JackaonvUleltate director, of Above Is a reproduction ef theDepartment' AGLEAM-AGAIN! ,
t, ;. t load'"that'should be carried proportionately the project hat been Impressedby Treasury Defense '
e !*>/,thoM who do not the unusual interest! shown Savings Pastor II:= an exact Our auto-grooms take but
by the Homestead roup and the duplication of tXe "MinuteMan"
" make returns time either he
-I on I progress that the group It making I statue by famed sculptor 4 little time to make your Car
I. Mid. I
Daniel' Cheater French. Defense
, There are- ways to find property I Bonds and Stamps, oa sale at your brilliantly beautiful spotlessly -
,19 that escaping: taxation, and Paul Herndon Heads bank or post! office are a vital part clean You'11 feel proud of
t I *ra"going to help find It. I refuse of Americas defense preparations.to
1 to be the tool through which I IIt New Dramatics Club l your Car, driving It from our

, we- Increase the burden of those and present a play the last of Au. Auto Laundry You'11 feel' proud
Paul Herndon is director ,
who conscientiously and with faith lUll I
Mist Louise Dealing treasurer, LP of your shrewdness-gettisw' ea
P ffflfld. MuvTiiuiim filB their re* "The club formed to
was provide -
of forme*dr *tWW .
a newly m ilj
irn57"V nile i oliiers Mio make no wholesome activity for young much value, for such smilcharge
that will meet at I clock on
i turn or incomplete returns) have people' aDd to help them learn
Monday evenings this summer lathe !
elm, uidrni about dramatics and
shplfished"Homestead more about
Neva King Cooper auditorium.
... .r.fH.' . s d ; MUM Charlotte'Oeronimo Mm appearing before the public", said TEXACO ONESTOPDONE
r' Mr. Herndon "In
I Iris Capllnger and vVillard Barnes times such ss
(-11 BoysBy these public leadership Is an essential -
been to
have appointed serve as AND KISSAM, Props
Billy Murray thing
I a play committee 3he group plan I
u u FtorU
i' "Anyone interested In dramaticsIs North Kreme Avenue
+ invited to join the club I- _- - -- .
,i 1 At the 4-H meeting of July 16
ffteen girls were present Thaifirst _- -
I pep t Slfls. started making --
aim.fq vL Lthe required
\ The second-year girls:
"' f.'lr theta,and the third.I ,
Iris, their luncheon sets i I .
the, girls covered
'I t oxes :with Italian clay and this I If'eek
(they gag; the boxes a coat

q, If T Ivory>'*''trl1'rtirYtiT paint[ girl 1a made at*I II I. I

i: Ire brwm-, ck skirts that I.I How much ARE worth

;: sow.popular' with teen-age girls,I II { useRcars

., The girls were asked to bring I
cisaors, needles and thimbles to 799'
he next meeting The first and I e>,
t' (econd year girls will bring scraps \
It 0 applique on hand towels j [ Just as Water Seeks its Own Level,
; .fi The older glrU will bring a
t 'Quarter it:thej Intend to make I : I So Must Used Caw,Seek Their Proper Price LeveL
1 Mats for: bath room or bed room

w tise. . fe I ttmt lami : I We Sincerely Believe Each er These Can and Trucks To Be
: We played Prince of Wales
t Refreshments were served by I Wilt tarns tf cat* ihctricfti : I WELL WORTH THE PRICE LISTED
the hostesses,:Theda Proctor and I H nf wilma baecs If"n.I I Ij

Jietty June Jenkins I fill air.MttrtafcMat to ye. BUT

j tmrrr ktM . year fmriti easy I I -

DRe 1L S. AKERS I Clair it i In it the thutrt vciMtrtbLJUirtMtf We Will Reduce The- Price of Each
II axis
J or base tots w tttlt M a DAY
t Oftke Bonn: t a. EL Ie I ss tlfartttl II DOLLAR
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3 S..d.,.: t to la I- '
Cloied Saturdays IS (Hl\P'' UNTIL SOLD

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I Free Parking Spate I C

11"'-' N. Wi PTH ST. MIANIjNONIr22131 41 Ford Deluxe 2-Door Sedan (Radio) . .... ........ $750.00
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40 Ford Convertible Coupe (Radio; Automatic Top) 735.00

out 40 Ford 1-Ton Truck (Stake Body) ......... .............. 585.00

I'e hoebuckand; Co.,. 39 Ford 1-Ton Truck (Stake Body) .................... 465.00,

: .. 7;,r.BlSCAYnEr. I . BOULEVARD: AT !J3UJ?..ST"rAi'tQilw .... I 39 Ford /rTon Truck (Stake Body) ........................ 445.00

: k'tt& ;toepABTnl6.nf STORE 1 38 ChevroletrTon Pickup ..................;..................... 320.00

I 37 Ford I'/i-Ton Truck (Stake Body) ................ 285.00
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,ova CASTLE: 33 Pontiac Sedan ......;..::.:.:...:..;....::...:...:.;.................. 150.00
Every man's home IsMs castle, .
A and every man ;sad woman:
anxious to-vwiT home has
dreams about' that "castle"Bring.

these dreams" to tvery: If the Price is the Unit wait us out.
OWN day life by miens of our easy :, wrong on you can use

payment home-purchase plan : FATHER TIME' IS ON YOUR SIDEOverse'a
Call us up and name the day-
our car will call Aged drive you
out to see west brats beautiful ..
i'' homes we haVe'for tale
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THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE ;f :P.LOR.iPA 'HHLIGHTS:! .: ,Jy tD'' : !; mllmmllll 1 '

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JULY 7, 181
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Did Couatr
Oiulilt el Dade c....",_ 11." -"Only one accident marred the
pleasures of the day. (Fourth) 6|

July) Albert Syket while lUmJ-! .
The Palms Ing beside Harry Argitia, who wog .'

putting his revolver in the safe ..
By Annie Mayhrw FHsaalrlek received a painful.wound In tiff

log, narrowly missing the iato*.
quietly for have ..
Pass lately we "
aft tin_" :]

,One sleeping there of whom we -'A.' D. Fogel I II erecting a,._..
saj5S _refl. commodious residence at Naregt,
Lest .ily* lint the birds, the ]a to coat 5000. The house will ::

,Otrptight" too be of concrete block construction, ':
r stt *>. more softly and II and U being built by. Contract** ..
: -swain to me the dew J. Umphrey.,." -

Ii t/RDtere,. lovingly, upon the -"The county machine have
ilpg.; MA46Ao been at work all week on Krome

In lieu| of tear we cease to shed avenue, preparing the lower end)

We, pan ot it for its coating of ell, which'
,' Through various stages of our I will be put on In -a few day:*

grief until I This will give us an 80-foot street,

He feel that we; In truth accept I one of which any town or city
': Cod's wilt could be proud. Krome avenue

But! never shall we pas that has been an eyesore to the town

; hallowed place I' for a number of year and It U
Without envisioning the \l'el1lo\'ed with pleasure that we thank'

face. County Commissioner! Redd for the

Ti8;, thUL",frlUl\ out the great work."

Beyond they call I .... -"Mrs. O. E. Mathers, who lull
Knowing, still In our heart the .4WiJIIt1t been visiting in Pittsburgh, Pa.,

(eardrops fall."Ghastly arrived a few days ago. Mr. bathers -

t 1* acting station agent while

..... C. T. Harper I* on his vacation." -
Parade of
% "Henry Brooker has about

Billboards" completed arrangement for the
r I construction of his long planned-

"A Motorist's View of U. S I SUJA1ft for building on the space betweenthe

from Main to Florida" appearing 'd Ok/ Mercantile and the Homestead
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In the rotogravure section ol -- ,.... Pharamacy. The working plans

Nature Magazine for May declares are not yet complete, but the
bam .In St Petersburg Russia, wu WHITE PRICKLY J'OPPY Is related to
from Jacksonville
that "Florida DEMENS main detail are decided on. The
leave hit country became of politthe Red Poppies ef Europe and the Golden
to Miami has more bill. j% building will be 88 feet on Krome
and leal lntrigiil/ eventually became engaged In Poppies of the West, but unlike them ha devel- 105
bound, more signs more avenue and feet deep, two-
comminerclal enterprise of all business at Longwoed, Florida. In 1885 he pur- oped delicate spine that prick the hand attempt- stories in height, with concreteor

sort*. than pn an equal mileage of based the charter of-tite-iOraage Belt Railway, ins to pluck them. A strikingly handsome plant tile construction. The roam part

U. S. 1 In any other state.. ; and with three associate immediately began eon- it I II abundant In the neglected field of Florida, of the building will be occupied

Since that article went to press i traction,.making the eastani ,trmlnua at Lake and begin .bloom In early spring. It has large b#' the Seminole theatre. . ."

Florida has taken her first step, MunroWqcrttt many dlseWMgements and eolos- whit flower and gray-greeii leave "County Commissioner J. D.

fur roadside control. Spurred on sal financial difficulties the had was eventually THE FLORIDA JAY which I* closely\ related] Redd and wife, accompanied by

by the ;candid-camera exposureof \ computed to the William*'tract, what is new St to the Blue Jay, Is restricted entirely to Flo* Thelma Redd and Carl weedell,

the ugliness of Florida's road- Petersburg where In June, 18(8 the first train Ida. The nest are basely constructed! with dry are expected home from their

sides, puUjphed In Nature Magazine arrived pem iuV ewe&&ira forced to sell eat, twig lined with grass, v uilly built in scrub Oak northern trip on Monday next

t y*.t ago, Florida has voted and let\ Florida never toTtttuta and never to see buahes. Occasionally a second brood U reared Mr. Redd has visited Baltimore,

to "JKrte out from "behind the the pheaemeMl\ growth.'it.fik' Petersburg el tothe same season.Am I New York and other place on

billboards"; and has passed her '. *. his trip on business, Mrs.. Redd ,

.first billboard law. I ........-...-...--..........-....-.......... visiting in the Carolina
A year'from now should see arva I I Pan-American Airway recently -"A. J. Campbell ha mad
t iftprovernent In Florida's I I)1llthwaya GUiiTi1COMMENT i turned out at Miami class of Children in Court final arrangements and let the

.with moot of the small I'' 180 air pilot after 13 weeks' By Judge Malcolm BatflcU contract! for his new store building

signs eliminated. But according to training. Of these eleven were .....--...-.-........................-..." to J. W. Connor. . The Camp
the National Roadside Council Britishers. belt Furniture Co.. has not been

recognized authority on billboard By AGNEW WH.SBJEdltor't I . PERNICIOUS ADVERTISMEXTSAdvertisment in business very long* but in that

laws; experience; in other states I The state road department has I of liquors, whiskey time has succeeded in building up
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show UJuj'the new Florida law, :: t said that by 1992 Dade county beer and tobacco are care- a big business, necessitating new

which the billboard industry nU Ml Hotel hto-"Mr.CoxMnu.'trbvtlMrlh Webb. w.1 I... .J would receive $39,488,858 In gas fully designed to appeal to the and larger quarters. . ."

laid tu have supported while 1.1, : tawMtatnt orL>*> rlkM taxes. What the heck use are Individual through different chan -"Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Fucna
: with hto 'Ins Adfln M umlCnMoni
weepa away their small la AIM rye Wbh.Governor . those figures to us? One time one nels. Smart young men and wom- and son Richard left Wednesday
petitoi-n, will do little to check of Barnum' performer met withan en are pictured enjoying tobacco afternoon on the train for a vacation -
Holland has faith
their own large billboards. Nor accident and the old showman while endorsements of prominent trip to their former borne
will 'Jt have .nt.effect on the I:the new full-value assessment, of went about Inquiring for someone people art conspicuously In Tennessee. They expect :to be
the levjfor
will mlllage
conglomeration of roadside establishments .realty reduce to do the act. One man said displayed. It la unfortunate that gone about three weeks."
with their distracting I taxes. Vain hope, he for it but such not
was practicing was advertising appeals only "George Sullivan and family
,how It with all these
Belter of sign, which are almostas 1 I can salaries Oovemor:1 not quite ready; another said he to the adult but particularly to of Tallahassee started for Homestead
numerous as the billboards and for higher offices used to do the act; then old P. T. the adolescent who I It usually in their Cadillac last week
and ,
a serious menace to safety. Florida turecT new Take for example more the recent : snorted "I don't want a hasbeenor striving to attain sophistication but owing to tha-Illneae .nf-Mn,
still has much to do.before she which a going-to-be; I want an Izzer. beyond his year While the art Sullivan he was forcedhome. to- return
can overcome the stigma which, dispatch announces What Dade wants Is more "!z- gument has been presented that Homer SulllVan Joined theni
"Forty auditor and several *upfirisen ,
now rests upon her highways as zing" of gas taxes. the Use of tobacco and light wine
and brought his brother' familj
.m ri j-i dud engine I
the piuet commercialized loads In . and beer In moderation 1* not .
already have been selected down here, the other .fbtelvlndas
the country. eer Florida Tax harmful, it has often been fount I.
I,for assembling voluminous Information The Revision League soon a* Mrs. SifllivaA WeoWs.l
: "Our great steed" say the article on the value of the claim that county costs of administration that its use,by young boy and Paul B. +\II1Uli8 has openej
that have risen 49.5 girl In their early teens frequently
on U. S. "Is regulation percent
roads turned over to the. state up an auto repair shop with tern
will segregate not only billboards' the past five year while the leads to various. evil consequences
by the N\'erall.'OUntle. In the past porary quarter In biith; Hornet
but All roadside business in cer-I I population Increase has been but brothel
I ten years" The hole those boys'can stead. Mr. Turnage-is a
tain areas, leaving the greater I U. Do you see the end of the The young man who wreck his
make In the public purse 14 of Mr*, rank Skill and has
car, while driving under the Influence
cold -
partof our rural roads unspoiled a caution. The budget for school: I'I'I cared her with his family.".
;of injuring
and their efficiency, safety and I . liquor, killing or -
alone exceeded the previous one :
his the "Mrs. S. F. Matthew ha*
recreational I value unimpaired. by $488,567.- !' The coat of living in the V. S.
woman who drifts from been declared the of thf
This means highway toning, which . wu at a low ebb in 1833-70.2 young winner
: cigarettes to alcohol and to the $25 cash prize offered by T. BJames.
the {American Automobile. Assocaition Here Is the way some Miami points on a 100 per cent basis. ,
subsequent general loosening of Cashier
now advocate I public business conducted, elth 1 but a'recent graph, show a rise morals, were lead to their ruin Bay Biscayne, for llie'est "poul.
When we get rid of the "ghastly er through ignorance, haste or, to a peak of 104.3 In Nov., 1937, by trying to attain the worldliness try plan suitable for Soifth tfcr*

parade of billboards", to quote carelessness: the city father abolished -'I then a decline until mid-1939 or _called marines subtly suggested da." .
the well known columnist Lytle a certain office and the since which it ha again been on by pernicious advertisements. I
the rise and In the -"The new T. L. GP.WI cot
April figure
Hull] tvs shall find even man whose business It was to .
"a wry beautiful and completely give the Incumbent written notice was 1022.. tageon Dixie bl"II coming

undiscovered landscape behind a* commanded by law merely e remain a "buck private". In early along fine.1' -.(Florida City)

this i never-ending and ghastly Mid to him, "You're .fired The, Some meiv, art born leader wars tome officer were electedby -Mrs*. CP.. $he parade of papered lumber." man sued and recovered from the while other are merely follower rank and file while other hal been spending two w..lu with

city somewhere around $3,000: Psychologist claim to have perfected rose to promotion through merit. her husband ot UJal pPI t.,011

... back; pay In passing a closing a test through a system of e . Lake Okeechobee returned home
Consider bow few I hour ordinance for what used t!i Ink spot to show whether a man Alexander Kerentky once prom- Wedallcla7.QIJi\
worthy of vifett and thou \ .1 be called saloon, U was Intenr.ii who la entering upon military went Russian statesman, says -"L. W. Orubb and family lOt

wonder that any tools should i ded to fix that hour at 4 a. m. bill work' I II fitted to rise to a position that country Is both weak end home tram their Oofgta trip on

yvmth-Robert.. .Dos :- instead. .It was- made. aa' hour-a.lateC CII eooMjd). er,.doomed to. Da.tznpi-. ,Saturday. .... .." .Q.\J1.


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I Mr*.. Eugene Saunden. Jr cl hostesses Those present were Mr*. Mrs. Charles Clinton and cIilldI -
Miami visited trienda and rela- Mr: Lloyd Diet. Mi*. Clyde 1 ren and Mr*. Margaret Kennedy
1 tees In Homestead over the weekend Mell, Mr*. H. Rivera, Mrs. :Joe I IOoUelllcbeck spent Sunday In Tavernier with
In and Around I Mrs. Harvey Rohrer I Mr. ClInton.

Mrs. Rudolph MatUon, Mrs W.
I Mist Annie Olifton of NaranjaI E. Rowell, Urn Margaret Kennedy The Red Cross room will be
ill la the :James Archer Smith Min Abe Macomber and open Friday from 9 til 4 o'clock.
Homestead I Hospital the hostesses All worker are asked to help

:. . with the seeing

-... I 'Mr*. Robert Glenn, :Jr, Is an ,.W. W. Hastings of the Florida
Mr Fred Barker and ion.
w appendectomy patient In the JamesArcher
Power and Light office I* enjoying -
Charlie, returned Tuesday from
A daughter weighing five and-I day for their horn In Orlando, Smith Hospital. Mr Ruby a vacation
Coleman 1* a patient there also.; a week visit with Mr. BarkerIn
one-halt pound was born to Mr. Fla, after a visit with relatives
and .Mrs.. Ormand Cash In the here :Johnny Becker and Lake Diets Key West_
Mr. and Mr*. I. P. Mo Lean entertained ot Homestead left Saturday for a
Jam, ** Archer Smith Hospital ; Miss babel Becker of Miami
Thursday morning. I Alvah Taylor of ;; ,' erLeaderEnterprise Tuesday :Ja*. Stephen stay ot several week In Virginia.Mr. spent the week-end with her
and :John Barker, both of Lutn- .
reporter, began mother "Mr*. Charles Becker.Mr .
, *"ft 't: Fisk Is recuperating from his vacation by xisitinc old friends berton. N. C._ and Mr*. Jim.

." an"operation: performed Tuesday In Homestead Thursday. He.plan* Mr.\ and Mr*. I. Q. Ward of Miami Nort 'Mlami were Sunday guests *. Johnny Becker and ehild-
ih'The :James Archer Smith Hos- to leave Mondij to Join Mri Taylor Beach are building a horn o9 Mr. and Mrs. Fred (Continued on Page Seven)

-pltat His daughter, Mist Helen In her former.home in-Boonville. on Palm avenue west ot Florida
Fisk, came down from New York N. y.fr. Taylor 1m.now
Sunday to upend several days warehouse superintendent for a ,
;. ''A,, wllh'fclm. wholesale drug firm. .' FLORiDA"
t..* CITx I

i Clarence Partisan returned Tues- Min :Joyce Adam who. has been By Mrs. W. W. {Severs
, day from a three-week business visiting Mr. and Mr / T. V nn t9

; trip.to several cities In the North. and family plans to leave sun: Word was received by relative I

'.10.. day for rot1: Lauderdale where.. that Mr*. :Jack Rhode I* ill with I
i Mr and Mr*. P. J Franklin and he will Visit for a fey weeks before typhoid fever at the horn of
Vn. H. K. Foulk left Wednesday returning to her home in Mr. and Mrs. Will Rhode la Dover .r. .
morning for a short vacation In Oklahoma.Mr. Del. Mean Guaranteed Used Cars

Henderson vllto.Lieut _
and Mr*. :J T."Reynoldsand The Rev. and Mrs. R E: Rowell '
and Mr Dan. C King- ton' :Joe and Gene, are leaving will leave Monday for Atlanta
man and children, Bette and Dan, today for a two-week trip to I where Mr. Rowell will attend 131 Chevrolet S-Pawencer 1M1 Chevrolet Tador Ma

:Jr who have been visiting Col Cairo, Ga.,...and..Blacksburg, Va Emory University. Mr*. Rowellwill CAtspps-4)eliue 'hboVI with Urally owned; black flat -
and Mrs. Ralph W Klngman returned proceed to South Carolina fora Uh: clean Inside; radio.<
Mr*. Mary Ruth Caves of Flori- I t equipment; legally
to their home in San Angela visit with relatives and will be
Texas, Thursday. Lieut. and da City returned home Thursdayfrom .Joined by Mr Rowell before their I II owned; marooa. tlnkhi: good 18S7 Plymouth Fordor Sedan
the :James Archer Smith as
Mrs Klngman own a grove on return to Florida City In September. rubber; In perfect condition Spacious trunk roomy In
Hospital where she underwent an I ..
Kingman road. .
&"rlor.ood condition.
I operation on Tuesday. throughout; radio equipped.

Wm. Clark, Jr., Is to serve at t The condition of Merle Batches -: :.,.. '
I Mr. and Mrs Ernest P. Hoibert 1934 Ford Station t\aeon-
lay reader at St. John's Episcopal s lor who I* 111 at his home I is reported 1939 ChevroletPaarner
Church Wednesday morning i who have recently made to be critical. Mr. and Mrs. '.. 'oupe-jre finish; dual Motor completely recondi
their home In MianU the
spent C. Me Bride of Hjpoluxo Fla., f'Qulpment.&I.."" .: body rebuilt
Miss Goldia Grennell, Miss Dora [ week-end In their home here. '
I spent the week-end at the Batchclor
Scott and Lynne Irwin plan to I I Mr. and Mrs. C. M Little are home. 1138 Ford Coupe- Low le19S1 Pontlac I Fordor Sedan
lease Tuesday for De Land where I I'I I 11
"visiting relatives on the West ,>v age: one owns new !Wa'o"1If' by particular pe.'o"era. .-
they will attend the Baptist YoungPeople' j I A. H. Waldm suffered an eye I I .
Coast. Their Johnny, I* visit- 'I .
Assembly at Stetson Uni son injury recently and la reported ( . pie; a* clean a* a new one.
I Mr. and Mrs Gus Cromartie at ,
versity. be in serious condition
to a I
Torry Island and their daughter
Mr. and Mr Verne; Harris spent Lillie, spent the last week with E. R. Tisdale of Redland has
Tuesday In Miami visiting their Mr. and Mr. Lott Smith In Miami. purchased the M. E. Sever store. '
son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and I I :, Bird,;Chevrolet Co.Oldest .
Mn? Jack Gatlln Corp Richard Mattson of Mac-I .I
: Chevrolet Dealer e. Florida East Cent
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer
Raye returned Dill Field, Tampa arrived Sat-
I Homestead Florida Telephone
Miss Jane Gatlin I II expectedto this week from Slater,I jurday evening for a ten-day fur-

'return Saturday or Sunday Mo., and Independence Kan.. lough. I II ... ..
from the Florida State College al where they visited relatives. '
Tallahassee where she ha been I Mr. and Mrs V D. Mills < Red-
taking a/summer course. Mr. and Mr Curtis E. Lee of land have leased the Rudolph'
Oould entertained over the Mattson house on Tenth street for
Mis! Ann sha'iiMJ; left Mon week-end M. L. Meyer of Miami ''a year and will move In Sat-

day'to: visit friends and relativat' Beach. bliss Winnie Duggan of I urday. e
Athens and Atlanta, Ca.i esMiami also spent Sunday at Ute' -
...._ ..w Lee home. I' Mr*. H. M Dealer; I* expected
:MjM Ruby Stripling of Hialeah to arrive Thursday from a three-
.rtd.-M_ :Jean Wilkins of South John McLean returned Tues- week visit with her son and{

Miami spent the week-end with day from a visit with Mrs. Henry daughter-in-law, Mr. and 0.14 1

Miss Bette Ann Marshall of Red- Evan in Miami. Harry Dealer ot Toledo. Mr"1

Za!)*;- .
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. M. Frick
. Mr*. Jack Freeman with t
'KitsEllen: Venn Mist fable and daughter, Miss Virginia left I fant daughter returned Friday j;
Rath Pope and Mir\ Mary Frances this week for a two-week visit from a months' visit with her'

Rutland left this morning for with relative In Jacksonville. I parent in Caldwell W. Va. I
Ridiecreat N. C where will
they W Convenient
Mr. I T. Nixon left Wednesday
attahd a south-wide! Baptist Young The W. W. F. C class met Mon.:' .
to visit her son-in-law and
People Training Union Assem- day evening at the home of Mr.
bly. daughter, Mr. and Mr J. W. Lud- Roy Chandler where Mrs. Chan-I
lam la Live Oak, Fla.
ler and Mr Charles Clinton were
:Veroon: 1W/I--turned;: Mon. will I
Mia\ Emily Engel start to
night from Stetson University -
work In a Miami grocery next
for at ten-day visit with his week. QiropradicIpin .
parents Mr. and Mrs. Geo. W. Now the small home can be built right from
Turner. Mr. and Mr*. Cecil Walker and
\tr. -: children and Roy Walker all of start to finish. It can be well designed. It can
and Mrs. Robert Reely and Torry Island have been visiting
on;-Robert, Jr, rill leave Sun. Mrs. Walker' parents, Mr. and be well constructed. It can include modern
Mr*. C. W. Little. dju4111nl
conveniences.The .

small home has never been so usable-and

c.. LicenseAt EXPERTBARBERING 11 ( I
The livable. Home financing has never been so

I practical for the moderate-income family.
PEACE There Is nothing to fear In j The down payment may be as low as onetenthof

Office In Homestead HAIRCUT ._ 40c Chiropractic It consist pure I the property valuation. One loan will
ly of spinal adjustment, designedto
Open from I a. .... to I p, m. SHAMPOO 40c( release Impinged nerves and I take care of the remaining cost of a new home.

Odd Fellow* Bldg.DR.M. permit them to function normally.
I MASSAGE ?. 40c The list of supposedly chronic Repayment is made in monthly installmentsout

ailments which ,have yielded to'!
of your income over ample time.
Its ministration I* endless. You

A. BERGER I 'BUSH'SBARBER owe It to yourself to determine]

too.whether it can bring relief to you{ We will help you to put through your appli-

a Dentist lions cation for an F. H. A. loan.
9:31te122te'4:30IioI I

,v "Office. . Hours 8:30-4:30 SHOP Tuesdays Sanity: 'by:S' to Appointment 12; S to 1:2. W. D. HORNE CO.

/ .Opsa IIvedags by 4fDolataMBlFiritNaUonalBank Dr. R. J. Elliott FRANK L. SKILL Owner

r N. KROME AVE."f'H""TTT'f'f'fJtTH" Hardware, Lumber and Building Material
r. MeCrory Area**)
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I Homestead Presbyterian Church .

and Mrs Truman Mills of Ballenger of Llncolnton, N. C. and the pastor, the Rev. Ceo. H E S. Caplinger wa Installed grand, Mn. H. B. Beatti: "

\ Rkks, were among the eighty noble' grand ot Liberty Re-I guardian, Mrr. L. C, ,Shankl! nj{
Haranja were given a brldatIIbower Present at the shower were I] young people of St. John' Presbytery outside guardian ,Mrs. E. EBailiey

the evening of July 10 by Mr. and Mrt. Mills Mn. Dod- that went for a moonlight bekah Lodge No. 46 Monday evenIng I ; and past noble grani, tf*.

member of the Church of God I son Miss Corlne Coih MIll ride on Boat Biscayne In, by Mn. Barbara Hendry of Carrie A. McCullough.< ?,, .,

Sunday school class of which the Martha Spear, Mil Dorothy. Miami on ;July 10. Coconut Grove marshal of the Mr CapUnger presented. Mr".

.la. a member.. The Moon, Mill Katherine Ortan.edei Miss Ila Jean Irwin of Home., Rebekah Assembly of Florida, and McCullougti with a p'in. a giX!
I Misses Dorrl Ada, Hilda stead played the piano accompaniment her installing staff. from the lodge, and Mrs,, M&
party WM given at the home of and Clarice Dodson. W. P. Cash I officers Installed gifts to. ,
for the group singing The other Rebekah Cullough presented the
the pastor of the church, the Rev. Theodore Orfanedes, Lamar and Others from Homestead were:: were: warden Mr*. Jas. officers who had rendered/Kffl

3. H. Dodnon,, and Mr*. Dodion. I Billy Dickinson, Bobby Cham- I Mlei' Aim Kickion, Miss Dorothy, McCready; conductor Mrs. O. vices during her Jena. -

Mr.uid Mn. Mills were mar bliss Edward TomerUn, King Behren. Muses Suaau and Helen I C. Radford; chaplain Mn. Nellie I I Gift were presented ,* .o.R.f te

ried July 5.by Mr. Dodson. The I Spean, Walter Kufehtt'and Archer Pope, joe, Landon, Blair and I Mahan; musician, Mrs. _I.'P, Mc I the installing staff "*;" ';; '

bride If the former Mill Ethel Dodsonr I Richard Hickson. Charles Benrens -. Lean; right supporter to the noble Punch and cookie were ser'vI,.

"I John and Robert Kuhn Rex

I MI HONORED BY-CIRCLE Romaine and Tom Hodges. GIVE BIRTHDAY SURPRISE During the social )lour"jiunt:

: EPISCOPAL AUXILIARY Mill Bette Anne Marshall of Fleitas Circle. The'pe'lt'rqHtT'

-- ENJOYS LUNCHEON Redland wa given a surprise ing. it was announced, will be another -

The Redlami Neighborhood ClrChr -'man of the South Dade Bed Crow The Woman' Auxiliary of St. birthday party by a group'of her Joint meeting'en 'Tuesday,

honored one of Ita elderly:unit, gave a talk on. the unlt'i John' Episcopal Church served friends Tuesday evening 'at her Aug. III.Present.

members, Mn. Eva Rotherham at accomplishments and told how the'' a luncheon Friday it the home of home on Coconut Palm drive. The Mrt. T. A. Fer.
Ita program meeting Wednesday .records are to-be.kept --- - I the Rev and Mrs. R. F. Black- group enjoyed dancing most of Mn. H. M. Brown ,
guson, Mfi,
afternoon at the home of Mn. L. The circle, she said; 'Is outstanding ford where Mm Grace Butter- the evening and a few games were Geo. Smith, Mrs. Robt...pleootMn.
Rotherham was among the local groups and Mrs. Roman were hostesses.
H, lOop Mini field played. VIce J. A. Me NeiflMrs.. JA.
presented with gifts, and Mri.George because it has held five group cream and cake were served
Daugherty, Mn. J. W.
Wright ,read an original work meeting\ and' h. 25 credit During the business meeting Those present were: Mr. and
ttn. Mayo, Mn. L. BowamMn.
poem dedicated to her. i I'hours besides extra hours earned Miss Mary Jackson and Mill But-' Mn. E. F. Marshall, Mill Marshall Virgil Lyon, DM, Sam., 4

Mil. Sum J. Davis played three by individual In the 'group.: terfield who attended the Adult Mia Jewel Hodge. Miss Dora| Davis, Mn. Bessie Showalter, Mra.Mn.

violin selections, "Andante" by,I The present were: Miss Roth Episcopal Conference In Orlando Scott, Mn Elizabeth Hall, MissiBetty !' Walter Booth, I\.lrs."liindo
Cluck 'Dancing Doll" by Paldml erham, Mn. W. O. Chase Mrs. recently gave a report ;)' the con Cliison. Miss Alice Wyong. .
man, Mn. A. S. Moye, Mn.Jol.\IJ.
and "Souvenir" by Drdla. Mrt I IW. E. Gaby Mn. J. A. Rother ference. Harvey Newton Robert
Anderson Mn E. E, Atkinson,
J. Lawrence Scott summarized an ham Mn. Davis Mrs. Wright; Those present were: Mn. J. C. Riven, Edward Burr, Clyde SvUl-
Mn. Vivan Booth Mr, Cep. Ban-
article In the Reader' Digest Mri. :Mrs. Scott, Mn. Hammett and Fennell, Mn. J. E. Cauzeni, Mill ley, Bob Hobson and Richard,, "
I. son and Mr* C. D. Eaker.
J. F. Hammett, publicity Chair- j|Mrs. Klopp. Bertha Nill Hausman, Mn J. Cave

A. Hooks Mn. W. K. Haas, Miss The Ou'look Clrcl,,01. the W.

CLASS PRESENTS PROGRAMAT Mary Jackson Mn John Julian,1 W. S. C. S. CIRCLES S. C S. met at the home"'of Mrs..
I I Mn. R. W. Kingman. Mn. C. J. I HOLD JOINT MEETINGThe Ivan Moser Tuesday afternoonwhen

HOME OF MRS. R. H. FITZPATRICKThe Roman, Mrs. C. Singleton and Marian Fleitas, Harmony I Mn. Moser and her'\aaugh: ?

Miss Butterfield.The and Belle Bennett circle of the I ter, Miss Marjorie, were hostesses.
I Homestead A discussion on the book, TExptoring : -
Methodist Church held
Ensemble Class gave a Moon, Dorothy..._Kuhn, Barbara jl''
Wednesday morning at Jean SmIth Ann ShacklefordJane \ Homestead B. P. W. C will, a meeting in the Sunday school the Bible" proved to be"
program Thurman Frank Haus' hold) a program meeting Monday building Tuesday afternoon. an Interesting program ?
the home ol Mn R. H Fitrpat-
man. evening. I Mn. B. M. Hindman presided I Those present were: MxT.Dir'

rick.The follows --, over a short business session in Vld William, Misses Helen and
numbers were a* :
Nocturne In F. Sharp" RED CROSS HEADS ASK The CalendarJuly which plan were made and committee Antoinette Moye, Miss Nella S ul*,
appointed for the Mia Marybelle Glbbs, two new
Schumann TO'REPORT 10wt'l
.... 'I
banquet to be
memben. Mrs. Ceo. Eitell and
Helefi Honker, Mn. FiUpatrick: 19-Junior Woman' Club,
head of 2?.
day July
Mn. B. A. Ttbblts. Mn. Eileen Peel, and a visitor
Tint Duet" Robyn Red Cross unit, dance In Chamber of Commerce!I Mn. Sam J. I ,
South Dade'i Davis gave a readIng from Key West, Mrs Kerrait
Strickland. Mn FitzpatrickRobin's .
building -
called together her circle chairmen oa the Twenty-third Psahti. Gibbs.
Song" ,. Forresl July 21-Meeting of Garden,i 0
Friday evening for a conference. -

"Step Carefully"Rachel Dodson Roberti I Club kin*. at home of Mn.. O. W. Cal ."u ..,a, .y.... .,rla r.. ...:!!- ,". atl""

Mn. Green Rives secretary !
"March of the Dandelion Soldien" July 2 -Program meeting of Jack
treasurer of the unit, reported Oi
_.. _. Weston the work turned In and asked tha Homestead B. P. W. C. in Chamber Polk DIXIE DRUG eb
Elaine Strickland of Commerce building.!
all chairmen report by ,
Small Study for Violin Watson July 22-Soclul meeting of Junior , +
July 24.The Phones SI and III! w a
Jimmie Watson greatest need now li mon., Woman' Club of Homestead
"Orchards in Bloom" .. Weston workroom Mn. July 24-Woman'* Auxiliary
helpers in the ,
Right now while you're
Richter Church.
"Step Carefully meeting at Presbyterian I
Tibbits said. plans for .vacation, check
Rene Hooker Mrs. J. F. Hammett was mad. July 25-Meeting of Redland ever this list of value duringthe
Berceuse" , _. Beaumont chairman. Home Demontration Club at t:30, Resell Drug Store Playtime -

Lllaca" ..?- _ Franklin publicity Present besides those names I July 2 -Meeting of Art Club Sal*. For quick relief from
Ruth Rutland class In Chamber of Commerce discomfort ef muscular
Stewart. Mn. J,
were: Mrs. etna ache and pains. sluggish
"Happy Farmer" . Schumann Lawrence Scott, Mrs., Ceo D,, building at 9 a. m headaches, colds, nervous

Waltz .. . ... Chopin Ruehle. Mn. S. J. Lynch. Mn W, July 25-Epworth League ban .I.L .'-'"" atraia from over extntae.
J. R Pope. Jr. : quet at Methodist Church. / I. : quick. acting Rex-
L. Sawyer and Mn. I.: P. Me. Set
t II "On the Meadows' Spindler Lean. July 28-Meeting of Jennie Lob- 1tL.& ::'.J fii1I. Feel "At as a 114-
I Spinning Song" EUnenrelch dell Circle at home of Mn. Lloyd /I"", Rex-Seltstr oukkly. 7.lIr erne get'

Ruth Rutland Field. mical package or served
Folk Song (three violins\ ) . AREME CLUB ENJOYS Au,. 1-Red Cross benefit musicale Rt<-Rub U a counter Irritant j at the:, lode fowUia.REXSELIZiX. .

Traditional, COVERED DISH SUPPER in Woman' Club. build. far relieving Mrenesaelse of ''
The Aroma Club of the O. E. Itching and irritation
Mable Ruth Pope. Jimmie Watson ingattp.m. .
f athlete'* foot. etc.
with Mrs
Ruth Rutland S. met Friday evening August 1 -Meeting\ Outlook Try it \ode,. \\\\\I\\\

"Sleepy Hollow Tune" RkhieiDorris A. R.'Livingston. Before the meetIng .: Circle with-air*.' Eileen Peel.. P.iiiii i6 1 J5 Tr i Aa

i "Evening Star"Ada Dodxon. Wagner, a.covered dish supper was enJoyed REX-RUB 75c TAIUTS

Magic Forest" . Wagnen Those present were: Mr. and Mn. Burrell Joiner, Capt. am
.. Helen Hooker and Mn I ....
"Swing Song" --. Weston I Mn. F. S. Le Cain Mr.
Ruff. Mrs. Cussie Joiner Mrs.Ceo
Irwin HookerSolfegittlo"
W. Turner Jr Muse Helen am 1
Sac!I 1ttJ
Clarice Dodson- Mary Bradley and Mr. and Mn.l (
J '
"The Swen" St. Saeni,)Livingston. For sunburn, minor bum aua glare oust, long
'. ,Frances RutlandLove's I .ef other type bruises, driving hours often cane
laperacwl wounds, burning, smarting' erlickingeye
___ Elgar leafy :
Greeting" ImMieiia.Kern .
GLASSES I l 1 scrap* gad similar eondiUoaa -
Buddy Kuhn ,." jvst apply Rex-Sal- a fettle of Eyotoe*
orb""" '. .- "ibach vine. See bow a lcklr it lead for a refmaiag
March of the Dwarf ? Crleg -To &4.1f gives relief ef eweemiart. eye Uta.EYEO _: .

Hilda Dodion Accurate I -af '
Y'.iort wtlk M M 50
Kamenol Ostrow" Rubensjein Tbwn'q'el'' '
? A I OL it/E r'0"'r' .
Mable Ruth Pope h I It ntsi nears

The guest were: Mn. J. H.
Urd for
Dodson, Mn. J. R. Pop> Mn. W. I '

/. Hooker Mrs. Flay Watson,' I SUMMER WINTER: '
Mn. H. O. Thurman., Mrs. J.' R. or

Rutland. Mn. Luthur Strickland' Good Vw" memo n. 1 OUR PRESCRIPTION SERVICE

Mr*. M. F. White Miss Dorothy I oftformentMef'M lawme IS YOUR PROTECTION' ,
la low Week Ave 011 oo .
; ....-1 wavesALICE'S Bring. your preeeriptlon to the Rosen ;

Leonard. Haekta l, Dr., a F. StebbinsDr. BeAUTY Drug Store where. a double check guarantee
i a curacy
r rDr.; GLASSES L. W. Stebbins' ,. I PARLOR 1M!! *" I STIII .

1101.. .. be a.-.... II I
Mind OW 111 61t 1US W. Flatler 8U Mk nl SYwer 0..e ,Ice Cream Made Fresh Daily in Our Store

III. .. ..... ... ..... ..... I rhea Mill ... .. .eve
c......... .IP t........ I "'-1ft .1'11 '111:01:: "NC apl> ItO..tOil ItIT_*t I AtWJITI
> ........ ,.... .. j l

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; : t

.-feriae luly 18 'IMI '


Vera: Mae Anderson BIRTHDAY was >ctWI'I_ ) fGMSSIFIED: ADS-!

rl ocial eiHJUNIOR a party in honor of her elewrrcr

birthday Tuesday; afternoon at
RATE: First Insertion 104 a line, subsequent Insertion*
the home of her parent Mr. and

Mrs. I. H a lUM
Anderson in ?
.. ,,. Prances Me Vlcker and Jack Gau t. .

( WOMAN'S CLUB MAKES PLANS tier won the prize for beingthe FOn RENTFOR LOANS

I '- cutest couple and Blanche MeI J J

FOR BRILLIANT CAB E'NN NOVEMBER I: Vlcker game won the prize In a don". ,r' RENT_. Two-bedroom apart LOANS TO BUILD: MODEITSIZR

I ment. all electric REPAIR Residential Grove ,
furnished S
""J'1be.'loriI': Woman"i Club Tuesday Really satisfactory seating will I : Cake and soft drinks were serif-." minute drive from Homestead I and Business Properly

; evening made plans for makIng -' be provided this year it was stated ed. Mrs Anderson was assisted Federal highway & Bscatne: From $30 to $5.000-from C mo to
by Mrs, Wm. White I
: its fourth annual cabaret 1 1ltotelint in because chairs and tables will drive ModeUo. Mrs. Eva Collins 5 yean

r ,* bigger and betterpfrrtifrrnarice be purchasM with the proceed!' The guests were: Francis and No' Down Payment-Mo Red Tip

than those that have of the dance to be given In thi Blanche Me Vlcker, Mary Lou SMALL MONTHLY PAYMENTS

preceded ItMr Chamber of Commerce builds/ ,r Harris, Claudine Mobly Lorraine! FOR RENT 8-bedroom, Z-bath $200 for 36 1 mo.-Repay $<1.3' mo.

.'Lillian Connally who hal i tomorrow night under the direction Jenkins, Melvin and Kenneth i I house; unfurnished Nice loc- tJOO for 38 1 mo.-.Repay; $1307 mo.

directed the cabaret from the of Mrs Frank Bemicker Davis, Bill and Richard Scott and I I tion. J. R. Brooki (ml-tf) I $1500 for 60 mo.-Repay $3259

rtart wai again chosen director The club 'decided not to solicit Jack Cautier mo
FOR RENT-Residence EstimatesWithout
Mrr. Connally it was reported
program advertising this
I year. Charter Na. IM4I ( City; ; S bedrooms, fireplace, electric Obligation
will leave Aug J for New York Committees for the Cabaret will 1 I
latest lUarrra Dbtrkn Na. aaKPORT stove running hot and cold I LOANS can be secured to Modernize
10"I't. the In dances be
hit announced .
I at the August buti-
('ON DiTIoN OF THB water, two bathrooms and
reasonable LEASED
Repair OB
.' melodies and costumes.'fitEiRYTtRIAN ness meeting of the club. FIH8T NATIONAL HAhJK 0' mm I.P.1KAD I I
IN THE STAIR!: 4IF ...I.omIA.I rent. Apply Leader-Enter- MORTGAGED Property

AT THE CLOUR (IF KINKHIi (l* prise : We also have FHA. LOANS tor
Jane I
lath. IMI. Pt'N1.INNRN' IN RI.
AUXILIARY JUNIOR CLUB TO HOLD ftPtlNRK TO CAM MtDK BY OMP. New Homes, payable monthlyover

PER KITTION till 91. .. RVIHU[
:j3 i.. Woman Auxiliary: of the I The Junior Woman Club social STATUTES Let us supply jour BUILDING

Ifomectead Phetbyterian Church meeting will be held at the, Ata FOR SALE-Two X-tt) Into on NEEDS. Prompt Service
I "' ... and dbnunla, llncludlns S. Krome :Iw j BROOKES LIMBER CO.
me .,Thursday afternoon at thee Taityway at ( o'clock Tuesday, NONE owner Mn Eva
I overdraft.' | M.1M.14 ,
burFls.The. president, M.... Geo. July; 22. Mrs Bruce Ennis, Mrs. United F tatra, Gorrrnmrnt Collins, Modcllo I Phone 62 Homestead Fl*.

IX Ruehle, presided! The Bible Olin Wright and Mrs James B:rdhostesses I,, I Obligations nuarantrrd. dlnrrt and "OWM I-Ml.: FOR SALE CHEAP(-2-burnw i

study; was directed by; M.... R. are asking that members Oblliratlona of Dtatea and MISCELLANEOUS
Y political aubdlvblone. So..... al I Florence oil .to\'.. Virgil Lycn,
Burr Red Cross
sewing was; unable .to attend notIfy one Corporate .""'h. Including 82. N. Krome Phone
i distributed. of them by Saturday noon. luck of Federal I to W9-J. QUILTS LAUNDERED 25c each

.. .... Mrarrv bank 1Iet.OO ( JyW) Blankets double or single and
Those present were: M... MarMtoriBIsc1c ----- Ca.h balanraa with other bank. I '
'= including ,wens bal...... FOR bed*preadl same price. Mn.
SALE 5-acre
1 Mrt A. F Persian
Darling IN AND Um
AROUND i I and cash Item. In Iof Keitt Jackson US S. W 2nd at
.kin Frank'Robinson, Mr Vane aou.Abn 1'.I. .;6 groveS years> old now in full I
"HOMESTEADCootinuea ; lI..k porwf..s award Homestead (ml-tt
Karri*, Mrs. PlummerHn'Ofo'lkl 110.000.10. l' Doom. No buildings, only; 2 mile
cFrI.n : -__..._, ..........,_,_ furniture_ and fine from
Mri T L to. 41400.00 54,254 a. bank $2,200 t'llh-
( from Tune Five) Other ._.. 171.IS I' C-A-S-H WANTED
: Hodges, Mn Frank Hathaway; Do not ask for terms. I

Mrs Paul Ha'ey, Mn Joe Irwin, fen, Ricky and Norma and Cpl I TOTAL ASSET ItMULMLlabllllHta : Trees need some fertilization, WANTED: Experienced 1\1(1'1.

Mri. .R.E.- Jackson Mrs, J. G Richard Mattson visited Mrs. t.vyou will never get more for 'I pher-book-keeper. Priirunent

Wettnerly. ; ,' Mrs. J. A. Ricks MnRuehle Seima Mattson at Cape Sable from Demand deposits, and of aunivra.lion. Indlvlduakipartnrranlpa . : I II ;your money; It is a gl\e-a"' ayat ; :1 position Apply in own handwriting -

tend Mn Burr. Monday till Thursday |44I.*|l.lit $2,200. H A. Cameron Phone ]|I I stating qiutlifltations.
Tim* nrpialla of Indlrlduala 72
Homestead Florida.
I (alltf
Th* 'next meet:ng la to be July14at Partnrrahi. and n,,"" ... ) Box A-133, care nf idcr-En-
I Tony; Carpenter who has beenconfined lbs.
".<'"i'1* I
the .church to his home with an infected Doopool" nf 1I.I.ed ...... r..WI'ft. I FOR SALE ttcimai p1..nt.1 terprise Jyiaif)

mr nt :fncludlniV "let :' full trees and tropical fruit U I,
foot is now reported to be .
J LEGAL NOTICE I fMprlIt. \.CIOO.OII I season. Jungle Grove Redlanr WANTED 10 to 20 acre grove.
_ _ __ recovering if State and : ,
n Political, .0...'...'.... 41.11I"/.1'0 road and/Pluramai drive will trade my equity in city
Notice' b hrrrby; then that 1. J. M. -- 1'km.it. 0' banh 7.461.as. I
Lea, Goohi>t..I"'. c.f the Stale of Florida. Joe Other d,p.its '.11111rd and home and some cash J K Dorn.
act nt .by and Pun ant with' tIM par I : "How do get alongin ... ."'. .....k.. .t...5 I."U' TAPAYAS, 5c a pound Mn. KauF t 214 Halcyon Arcade. Miami
Viacom 'of Chapter Ni 1MI77 Art. of college' Total 0..1. ar.2&&I&1 Jackson, 115 S. W. 2nd i Florida.
st Phone 2-24X1
( 29)
lass do hereby give notice ta th* fellow Other hablllln I.lie 4 II p
,.., indfriilua. a. rrrtarn,.... ertdltura of James Pace: "Oh, pretty well I. | Homestead. (ml6-tfl-I
the HANK 01' HOMESTEAD I lueatrdotter I thanks I'm trying awfully hardto TOTAL I.IAB1IITIKS lOiHIIilfTapllal 1 ANTED-Onf' or more sewing
110_. Jrlo.kl.hi,,, .
data of publication if this >nijtlrr dM get ahead" Aeraanta, FOR RENT-Smrti 3 room house. I I machines to be loaned or donated -

send shwas .or warrants payable to them Joe: 'That's good. You need Canal .lock I partly furnished, near Seabcwrd Il> South Dude Unit Red
will. a* _...11'" In treurdano with the ."-J-Ex (rl Common .....k. total ' Staton A. 3. Enni I I I
rmblom ef this Art unless thaw persons one ,tNOTiriC (ph'Z5 Cross Mrs B. A. Tihhitu Phone
boned In ihall present In par I:t.DOC.00 I IIMW40} I I 240
prraoa or by I.WU: I their ((emir is Cratfteataa I OF APPliCATION FOR surplus SB.0<.>.CO! FRYERS FOQi, l-E-:5c per lb!
to Uw off I.. of tha .undrralinadL TAX nrru-riir AW Undivided Prufltl I,: --
.Tallahaaira., Florida& and rrorlvr such Ch._. 17467 Arta of ml ie&IV Shanklin Groves, Florida TITURJNO WANTED: .- rtlgb
d..Mrnd WillM hereby 11<-...... tCO U c.ty.I
r p'srnnts.J. atthat. D..ld ( ) I i school and grid school subjects.
M. LEE ComplrillrrBlair Han.li-y. hold" If Stet and C. urty TaOrl > . I
of ) r da ,f raU> No KKI issued lh Bth dar, Total Capital Amount UMI fD Mrs H. J. Armstrong A. D,
Bantllt Sunday School of H,:*.taad: : of June. A. D 1818, has filed urns In |! FOUND I I T:ummer drive and
:w.. H/ .", q, !. B Hl-diirtt Inr. M. my off lit, and his made iitllat<,,r TOTAL 1APIIITIRS I and I1 Country
J. llund. H. Bowardt 'E. F. Br ,..k.rI a taM dad to br l..ud thurw a and, CAPITAI ACUUUNri MLaWtit --'- - ------1 Club road
). O Carl I .I. w. ramtbrll. Carnry C'.r iflratr ."'b...... the fulli,w nir dr.rlH.dprrn.rtj. M.miranda ]f OUND--Keys iq front of bank I

7Arma--F" ck.5dler) T. O. rllaptM 05.rarer . 'In "u'. etc '. Inquire police iuti..n and I SOTII R OF APPI:II-ATIOV' FOR
seal C-x Per. Her.tat. atok rf rfirlda. tsar r Fished aaMta break valurl pay TAX .
C. W. C.lbe't'l. D. H t,..n a Sdb.;; : I at twk 1s.. I ana is: mini .olUntil. dlrrrl( and I I.... hnhbr. .. ...'.n.... f N" rylsk s
DllhPl I' '-JBt.t of Victor R. In the C.inulT ..r Dan-0 also "f Florid uuaranbnd pinfeed' tr' arcur : Drama.. Tat '..'UII,...... V" 6t/T. III".
N. T ..J'F": ;'j _, depoita and other liabilities The aaaraam.nt nf Mid property undethe ,
T.'kmen. ArentL I. F/ The >nt of wed property .under 57,46 ) .. .. (619. 11.12. end .001'. .I..J I h. sib, day
.CMarth. r."d.: I'r. the said' rwrffhnatr In the Md 'UII. issued war In thi
Homratead .
ajaa namr of c d Au..t. A. D 1011. ''' cited,l and
duo* lacbca, Ore E F.II.M r W. R. Mr FiddanI T..tol. | .7.4St):(1!"nan* oft I rikn,..n. Ual.. ud Orrtlfl ,Crrdfkat' I. .. ,fil ha. ....
s. l**..Aping. roo A Ha:r In. H C.6rt91.J "-'ra, rid "rrt float, shall be r 'd.'e,, secured llabllltlra c i ihrll he re"le. mrd' a,cord nt t<, law. 01.11. ..1,.n fO'r mya" . eo.", the.n '.....
;+Fp' II H....'.. 'A. I. Karl. arc-.""I'ni to law. the pup'TIP lei rlhrdIH tat IV.u secured by i 1 tat deed. will I I.-sir 'h..n en the said / rsrrd.ure .lth I.. Asia .1181-
.n>jtf'vt< fR Iwi. 1 L.ometd nr,n will br o"d In t'r K'ah.nt birtd.r plrdtcrd. aawita pueauant to r.t day of Jill" A. I. Itui l.lrot I ... embrace. the tarn..mu" 'l.". rbr4
bi4 af V. WS&-I 'tto'.d: j It the Uurt H Jar d" ". the first guirrmmu of law I 30,751.1' Distinct lb'. Ith .fee o for H,irh.I.n. 01. F L. Hu.t.,nM. D M'-irlvy ,In th north .4 G. t, -.b.r. HI I t II LFATHFkMAN: Cl.rClrit BAs 4.sit :
n.e Krvi W Johns n, f rd n which: ta the In day of Re1 uinbar. 1S4I Total .. 'o.fIt.l1o Lc C.urt fair I ( nty. Fl .rlda; : L..t te. t' i 1' *.fan. 4.M.. HitI.1'
......-aV-KeTVp-r. Maria : "itPIO. latrd 0.6. I nth n.r July, 141, Circuit Court Real) ,
Velain P. of Slat of Florida. .1. I II Nets I. t arr 4. lora'rd I I. lI.d ,mlr.
.. 'Mr." ". H, Kemp *0. T. Links,. K 4H. IFATHTRMAW, Rise(. County of ai ly N. C. rTFRRFTT. P. I "I.,. ..f H..rld.. ai .mIliflatr '........ en C. r.I .
,....r J. W. Martin Go F. Mrllun Jr. Circuit Conrl., PadriCrUfity Florida" L W C. ntN: cashier" .t the alovnamed i Jure Z:7.. July 4. II. IS. IMI) | / 1'1" ..!' Th. ........ant "r .7
A..MugroM.. H M.rrli. J B Orr>i),.''ITKrtnk Circuit Court Si.aKt bank do u'I''mnly ewes that thi said prop"ti. under the ..leI" rlinesla
'P.Pa'Fred L PA'A.I Mtrtiard N C HTFRRFTT: I) C .t.,.. naumrrt .li true to the .brat ft NOTICE i I" AppnrATins; FOB 1 Issued ... In file ..... ,.f II ,kno."
,, 'K''via a bly. hlenl Pr.'T.M..BM )- : alC'!> ": knowlrdur and belief. y !1/TAX I'FFIi-rrilr A-4.7T I ". rr. W 0 HarassN..Mn'. 1'1"
'. ., H tchlrrrl, R. M "'ely I __ : 1- w. C. r....*. Ca/hlar. I .tlr 74f7 A,-l> of lliSSN Ikok I. hoe 112. ."" 10 Dade r......
.hn hr drr, 'Kali Hhjl.r, Ry, FnVannf : NOTir OF APPfirATH FOR Fworn to and subscribed briar .itlr*. b hmir .'tint Iliat H. H Ibid I ty fitalrCrrtlfkatr ..f Fl..rlda" a ,-Mb-4 i.
: bo 'tar TAX flFI> Fila Na. S47SI this Mh diy of July. I 18... nt' am "whir' of state and County Taa ('.r. I No Ml* Th ..........", or
;; %. ? Llda o"vicl\ : 0:vrn Notiler b arraby< yl *re>fh'LNt.ryn and IN.Ury He.Iof 'II,..... No !.,. hood the led d.r ( Mid property under the .Id .rrlifMate
"hVlctiM>. 'Ad-.'IMatt,: of J F Victor, 0. Wary J'.SNu"Il, hmrlrr. m L iilir"i** t Don F. ,.....,... Assn..'. A. n 19.16, has fled same la r.I I I (rue .M I. the n.... "r 1'nbn.ww..
W'Iah:.Wavtr V.II. Canoln Co, City ml Tax :f:,-plflfJet n Notary P"tile. HUtr of Flor,". At fitand ban lama at.11 i" .n f.?r a I.. t 47. W D H".... R/.In,, Plot
(I. JI s-dtfk- (1. N Wlnrataind Numbered S4H and Ml iU'!fn-J > fit I.arvr. My1 commission expires' June Ill. deed t" b* Issued mere..n paid (..tall.... ''IJ'Ook 1. I... 121. heard 'n I..d. Coon.tv .
,9g4. .,.....nta for Iran than of June, A n 1P49. Fare <* r- .144 miss* the f.(Inwina: dr., r.,.rd rruurr y A..I. rim'.... ....h,.-.. t.
'.fV',frnu.s4 Ifltatr. In my ,ff, and ha.r mad. a.plleat oOrrrrt Attest : ,I In the County .of li"",,. Slauuf f lor.datow Certificate nr. 14I1P. Th 5."swae't .f
'. I July l1. 19/1 1 .mi fat tax deed b Iw 1'irr-' n. In J. W English: '1 i U : 0414 t rop'ty u...., the -m4 enrll5l....
__ aer'rdane with Ito. Rat.. Crrt.rat, s Man Laser I Lasts 1. and 1$. "",.,. In. r,,If..rd *y ,tr+..d ... In the ...... f Unknnws.
,embre.. the'f0lo.4., dp'.k.d re-p M. Th,.. JI:. Why 1 I t.. ..-.. dec r Amd a Pub Hat hi..kit Ut I*. Mc ('(tern'. ruins Pat Bonk
"NT ADS PAf .lIv..... I. !>odo County '1_., It ..7.f Dire"Mare Pare a. Ik the County if bad*. Stair s. Pane i. ,,,fafd t.I..*. Crninty.
Lot 1Jlk.k y a, Err, V|cwt of Flor da. Fiat> tI rl iIHa a. ran"..."+-0 la Or.
AmimM Tlat Pwk it. lair Vt 112. NOTKK OF APPIirATION FOR The aMraimrnt if sold property under lift,.'. 1'1" "'It Th. .*........, af sold
City, nf Mouth Miami' Chufity< uf TAX pF.II')-rll. ..". the aa d trn.flea"* ... In th* same "f : I|Ipnperty I under the aaM re.rtllle.tr h*
Cut '"f ""'d.. a. ....b..-... I. e.MlfI.hr.t1 Notice b hrrrby al"n that riliaheth Elnri' .".. lued .ai In the name f .
G BALL cat The uara>aarnlaCMid crti. Hammond. bolder aa molasses ..f State ,,, ...l mrtlflrat* shall b. r*. Ut la. Hlork 1. Frrad, rlln... pink
my aft rfrtSt** 6,1d waa and County Tea Cm.f icatr Numbered deemed arr.rdlni b hw. thr tn,|...w'' Ruth: 4. Pan II*. I........ I.10'"* c-..
In f Kn>t of spa, IMS. dad. the Ith day of July A. Dta ','drarrhrd therein will be ..Id U> the I I,. Hut if Florida. >. ...... In
Lot tt.HlnVk S, Bra View Park Anrdnl 1.21. has filed said Crniltr.u I. .. hwhrat b:,dder at th C<- rt H i'fdA*r I Omlfkata No Ms.' Tin -.m."fr of
Nf1TACT PUBLIC Plat Book IT Pa4Wy I.. the Aty &III". and h. made application for ta.' ,err the first M.>nday In Use ",. ; cc-' I|I mid im'rty under the :. r.,:rtlfleatelaeurd
of fV-ulh Maml County nf |>aff. cause. to Issued ..Noon In accordance w,th ...t. IMI which b the 4lh day of AaMt was In the nanu ..f Unknown.
": so F1nrlrY arsl.rasea. bF3(leabf/ss law 8a,d Can,",.". ."'b_ the f.I. Nat, "... I'nlrai aald ....1I1r..*. ....11 b* r*.
I : No sass Tar ..raainmt '4 HaM. M"roarlowinr described propmy actuated I In Dated t+I..II 54th ti.r/. 1041- deemn *< rdlni In law. tai deed will
J'iH nd r aa.IL Cn4fi..f. < Mo.r.Irai Door County. Florida. Uvwl N. N. (TerdM k. , '!n'urancr and In the nam"st aVU o* 4>,,11 3.hasalsa ;n Lota S lo II Klk I. Wail Oat. PM >_ lade' Uunty. FI..Ida.CJ. I' 3641. I/
J. sad On lrmtra.ab ) ,n- R5s1t II Patr S. In the County of D. .. *." cconaraj Dated the. D. ISli
deemed eeordhic to law. Ur ""d will etae af Florid. MpiirTT r c d1.FATHt.RVAH. : Cbrrk.
Kindred Lines a.ur thrrrco oa the lath day dAut. ,." The ._....nt at mid property an der Man n July 4. It. If. l>41)WOW Clm d-urt. Dads r.eaatr. inorlda
"!><, '- A. . : .
talirri'lhla the mid rrrtlflr.w issued waa <. tha circuit (a.urf .1I
'pas .. Nth day nf 4u'., A. n l'UCI"ItJlC.J name oft unknown., Unlaaa paid On 4 AfflirATIO" FOR Ty N. C. STrvrSIIFTT I>
110 'THrRMAN. C'"*. cata .hall br rrdrrmrd according to law. J-JCAI Dunn-F.I* A 4a.JChafitar I 'June 10. fl, July I. II: III. 1..fi 1
?...$.:K. grow A*.. .'Dede'Co.nlU- -: Florida.Uaf' . ta. dead will....* thr_. oa the Ural r I14EV-.AHU ; l.*l i -
Cuss's Cetiaryl r day' of July A. D IMI Notir b nerahy wean that W. M. Gllklmini Nofirr;; ; OF A erne wwii FOB
ftO '.:'" I I'-;! Hi C'lrr: ur.t D t fiI Dated than Ilth d.y of Jens. A D. 1KI, > >ldrr cf Nag and C..ontr Ta< Car. I TAX DFED-File slats I
1e ILChess. N. LRA"F.RMAN, Cl.511. liaisons ..... *W.. trawl the Mh day if i| Notice b nerrly lion 1" 4Hwfek.. I
Cost. Dad. Corny, F1arM.. Jdl A. D. )W,. has food same Is tar lot. b. U.r ae a-hra af Ch> of H.*- A
:: Genuli Court ofT end 1.s. Mad, applkatioS Iw a tend Tot Certdkat. ,nhrrrd 3121.
i.n I"I C. ITERRI'IT.! II. C. tae shad 01 be Mod Ih.reoo Bald C.rtlftmbrarra stairs the 0th day of IV "nih.r, A. D. I.
,n I IJiiNOTICB.. II. 11'I. .1,1. '. 11. 16. 1141)I asp the fullowlnil darrbrdrrnety 110. hai file >aM C.r IflrMa la tins 1.
Your Porch or Out-rloorIXJvinl: Rooin. I - In Eke County of Dada state vl illtrt and naa irad applicatM* fail tat It
.wtl lend to low Irrrrua In arurV arr with
,eon && *'' \ "* TAX nitin-FIK. i4rraHatir toss II. rOrtik I. Aawndad Plat .l m.kiw, paM Certificates ra b. .... lh. ralla_
; j ?? .+) b beratiy ara, that HaniwMi. Park, a la-aub. Put >e.d> 7. r ..ra 4.1! >.>. aVaarlbad ,.._t.. il:ualrd In Dad j ,
4 <|AI "hair. foer*rcli'** Iowa. '. .!T' .M1fGtN.: log, bolder r _!.-- of City of HOTM.arad I I. Uw County ,f.fttt. F-tal W Fb la.C-uinr'I Fk r4. ..-.l. i .
I Tat Oartlfleat. Holesloss., The ia .......> af **.! property insider Ut It H.arda. Add .. I In the City I
7ko miss canvas Deck Chain a.- . f$.01 t anix. the llh. day ol D rrmarr. A. DRetes'n.. rrnlf .... was In Ib* aamal I If.' HimaaUad Uunly of |ta4, Slat af
IMI baa aid Cmifr-atr IP Tr Co FVrMa.
1 to 1151BOMESTC4D at,.... and baa made applrratlo/ f,w Unbar: aald errtlfl-.U" ahaH W r uame4 The aa>a _nl of sold "r"rty sake .I)
V Cockers -t ;, .... $141 tn a>ed to base thrrwon in amordanar <*ndla. *..few,..*** laxniarly diarrlhrdthe the aald C.rlllkat. ....... *.. In tha j.
with law. Kale frnlfloaar. ambranaj the j -laj .>11 ar ante w tax rerun t b.Mayat same *t nnkm *,,. I'nlr.. .1" CarlUI.
folb.wlr, d_rlh-4 privately. alualrd I. .... Court H._ d>..r m Ik* t nt btJ- POW shell ... ........... 4_ 'Minq t- law .
'SMITH.GRA VES FURNITURE' CO. I Ir Dad c...... Flortdv aa-wH, dar I* the aimUi .. Assam IW1 vtuoll a>< sued will In. 4 "n the title gar
Loll U. Work 5. Lincoln Park hi Ike io the Its day of Aw jet, IMI, .f A_.... A. t>. ".,. tI "
City >f Me-i+...... County wi Dar. i based. able M d.w .f J.,rr, 14 Doted thr lit .f J ? IX 141.
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>'IION1: I-.r fX\ !' ... Churn o..P1 Woe Cwaay. Ft3':.U. Cl It O art, Doer f sets Fkirtda.
I Clams reset best \
"r It Circuit C'c fl'al
READ THE WANT-ADS la. N Rs'.TT. n. T j( .;. N _1 V IIn.,.. n fl {
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Page Eight! ; fHE HOMESTEAD LEADER-ENTEnPRISE Friday, July 18,1941

work June 21 11:. r. Powers Is No drone of a pasting Plane fer to the attention of proper authorities to a close."I -

AQUEDUCT president and E. M. Archibald, Can check the young buds bloomIng was sought by Mr. Snare. know that it took, hard wfcrk
secretary-treasurer) ot .the com A committee composed of Mr. and planning to put HomesUsjd

(Continued From Page One) pany. Mr, Cray is in charge of On the blackthorn bush again. Rue, Mr. Archer and Bob Glenn, over the top, and 1 want to ..-

note further consideration of the project as superintendent, with No crash of the War-god's thunder Jr, was appointed to confer with press to you my deepest appreciation -
any Charles Powers brother of the Mr. Snare andjee what could be for your fine, loyal re-
a power contractOther equipment covered by president, as his assistant John Can lure our thought aside dons r In .furthering ::Jill object of operation and help; and I am aso'

the specifications were two cenV"u Dillon Is paymaster and chief from that gold' and olden wonder ft1lwelf.re.! most anxious that those good
( clerk. All are from the West{ friends of your who gave so g4i
( l pump, one hating I capacity -
of two million gallons I Palm Beach area. The gone In Its April pride. t' erously of themselves receive t\1-

[l4.y and the other, one and a half rival of the work order is Insurance . CARLETON gratitude. Will you not see ti
ImJUion gallons ft day and other against the. company's halving On banks that Phoebus is gliding Continued From this Is done, either through V a
auxiliary equipment to pay $50 a day for not getting The pale of the primrose ( Page One) press or through some other ch -
i tion appeal for funds Is nel selected by . ."
I i' Construction of the building to'house through In the specified time. spread drawing )0\11.

the aqueduct pumping '_...._....__.:.............,'....._. .. .'1 Through- building glades where the birds
lane WIll be covered In another are i
The foot ot the Sun-god
tact of specifications on which Notes from Connecticut '

jblds Will be asked at a aepar.te'oonll'a1When By HollMer Sate _. We treads.see In these lonely bywaysOur Does Your Car Have Any I

:. these specif lea- ,.... .. ....
-- world in a glad re-birth,
lions are out, If it expected that I: "rr
'the definite location of the source The museum of the Farm Life Forgetful of Death in the skyways -- ,- ;

of supply tar'the aqueduct will be School of Redland has received earth. Of These Faults?
And Hatred the
1KIUpced. I gift ot: some nails that wen roaming
Lleut-Curamander: A. F. Perry forged by hand In 1437. They .t
the bolts of the foe be
Ir", assistant public works officer were taken from the floor boards; scatteredAlike ?
.of the naval air station at Jack of the old Governor Talcott man- 0
p.onvme. which has jurisdictionever sion of Hartford Conn, built in over city and field 4t Iv < "
richest roofs
Though our are 1
construction of the aqueduct, 1838 and demolished 1>00. The shattered .. '. Lacks Power and Speed? t"
knade I vinjt' of Inspection to the coarse Iron nails are crude and I
And our tallest towers have
aqueduct pipe treating plant Tues show the difficulties experiencedby .
reeled Hard to Start?
builders of long-ago. Tile -
day and -wu pleased with progress Though our strongest walls be ..... I I ItL.
being made, according to museum has received also an riven .tUHf' Too Much Gas : .
Lleul. W. L officer In ftftiian arrow head presumablymuch ] ..
Sawyer, '
And broken our stoutest bar "fJ'1 .
older. This little stone implement Vibrates
charge of construction for the ?
There are glories God has given o or runs rough
made by the Pbrnperaug
B vy.Hi
Which nothing can maim or
plant II maintaining Its Indians and t\ ed to kllTrnen and mar.-WIll H. Ogilvie.40ACRE Sluggish and No Pep? .
dally average of 180 tO-foot animals, wai fastened tarthong

.)length of the 11-Inch pipe, pro.reseed of raw hide that shrunk as it
Inside and outside. dried, holding it fast to'a wooden .
shaft, and In warfare It was some SITE .
times dipped in poison'to'make
I i
F1RSTHALF ft more deadly The Pomperaug
tribe was a branch of the Pequots (Continued From Page One) '
Drive-into' our ravage and hare the'"engirt
(Continued From Page One) I whose extermination, bloody and and electricity would be available,
Pd the first half championship. ruthless, makes one of the black- was asked of !the! chamber by officials 'SCIENTIFICALLY TESTED with our' new

Thomas pitched a beautiful game est pages of Connecticut's history of Trailer City, which annually

h Homestead and was well supported -; I holds a convention at which 'SUN*:MOTOR TESTER and set for yourself :
For retired candy the latest and fanciest
by his team mates, both in, some years In trailers .
the ,..Id.nd at bat. Clinton Bishop maker of San Antonio Tex,' has is on exhibition. The committee what is needed to put it in first class operating :

and Rue led the locals In hitting,I made the children of Mexico named above was askeRd to handle. .
with two each. The game was Interesting happy with free canty., He travels this matter also condition.
.until the eighth through remote portions Of An offer bO.. W. T Snare to
when Homestead' scored IMln'1 that country 'with two mules deed 130 acres of land north of

fetid had things its way for one of whlch.carries a supply of Redland to the United States gov Preston B. Bird Motor Cor-
of the way. sugar and"h candy-making )lament; as the site for any; worthy :
The schedule for the second half outfit. When>. M. Alardyce cHs: youth project it would sponsor, was South Krome Are. PhOntfirbrrosin >
baa not yet been made up. An.poraxoement into a village he unloads and made known to the chamber in a
of teams that will play begins to make sweets lot the/ letter written by L. L. Chandler : TAD AGENCY .. .
here Sunday will be ported on the klddm While they are gathered whose assistance in getting the of- t'f-
bulletin board at the fire station. about him phi tells them Bftts'!
stones in Spanish! In this simple .
manner he has been able to bring
AIRPORTContinued religious Initructifch to hundreds

of homes and .t.bouaanda.. ofChildren.
'. ( from Page One) t '.U'Ltt'hilt

ttnue operations until the work An English family neat\)ai r
order la received. Then all rented c I 'w-rFl1,
recently gave me a cabs of a Lon
machinery and equipment will be I don paper Inuit was the following . : :UseRedland :
Wt beck to work. Operations so ( ,
tar have been with the verbal poem w I
consent of V. S. engineers. THE: COUNTRY LANE i < .. : t''tt. CIfC. lt{.
Asked why the contractor would No Heinkel hurrying over" ;' I II

go to work before a formal order With its sombre wings > threat i I

has beeri ttteived. Philip Cray, Can stay the spread or-thlf cktvtr. .
superintendent, explained that the Or the lJ'OWth'Ot the violet Brand
evntract specifies the work shall hough the age-old creeds aft
completed In 180 days from therate. breaking .

of the work order and for And the Cm faIth* faltering, ]
f'WI7da In excess of the allotted The hedgerow flowed are making
tone the contractor must forfeit And the lane's alight with
t $50 to the government Therefore,' Spring.N all work done now, before the ar-

Powers and Archibald started game in the distance_booming,

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