Title: The leader-enterprise
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00087294/00502
 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: August 8, 1941
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 19, no. 45 (Nov. 6, 1931)-v. 29, no. 2 (Jan. 10, 1941) = v. 9, no. 21-
General Note: Ben Archer, editor.
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Bibliographic ID: UF00087294
Volume ID: VID00502
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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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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Vol. 30-No. 31 Homestead Florida Friday, August 8, 19-11 Price 5 Cents


J ,Lime Shippers Sending Parman \ I

'. To Investigate Market Collapse i !

!.. Florida Seen Vulnerable, [SEEK SALES STIMULATION '

War Gardens 'Urged Here, PROGRAM TO MOVE FRUIT HNOffBEGdGAT35cT065

I Rural Carriers to Pick Up Aluminum 1 1I

VEGETABLES I Along Routes From Patriotic Patrons i I ,

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Harry Cooper and Bill Ewing the box at the fire station, Mr.I THE WEATHEROfficial |Aid of Citrus Commission tl 1

'BACKYARD rural mail carriers out of Home- Cooper and Mr. Ewing feel that Asked to Remedy
there ire'many Who would add I weather report of the Price DebacleTO I
dead, will bring in old aluminum
their donations of aluminum If itwere Subtropical Experiment Station, f
from patron on their route made easy for them to do Homestead, Florida.
TOPIC OF TALK While rural resident have voluntarily CONFER WITHNORTHERN
so i neu 1 l Hi ..' i Iua
I brought their contributions They suggest, however, that(July U. I 1 ii'l 167 \: 001Aug. OUTLETS

to Homestead and added to the children In the families who, I I 94 I 68 130,021 014
the constantly growing heap In are their patrons do their part In I Au. 2 .._..194 I I 88 I I IAU. $1.50 LeoeJillO Days Ago '
Penninsula Could Easily the patriotic work of gathering .. 3 _n I 112 I 170 I I 0,03Au. Takes Nose Dive
Be Cut Off From aluminum for the country defenseneeds 1, .. 4.. .1 110 I 88 129 981 0.371Aug.
Rest of U. S. LOW BID ON PIPE by bringing the family donation a. .1 1 114 I 88 129.9111 I, In_North
I to the mail boxes as the I Au. 8 I 112 I 188 13005trlee,
mall approach.. Then the I Collapse of the market far Per-
I cars I
CLUB MAY SPONSOR LINEREPORTEDTOBE$1,029,000 mall carrier will not have to get jslan lime in New fork and other r

DEFENSE FARMING 'lout of qfcir:'can and. delay the LOCAL LABOR TO northern cities within the last week

South Dade Garden Group j"ruled mail"Tbe lervlceti-that post mail Office carriers department may assist t has I j', BE' USED FIRST I three resulted large yesterday shippers ln..dwision of Persian of "t ,

Hears Suggestions; by It was learned from an unofficial in the gathering aluminum. If limes In this area to send: C J.

Dr E. M. Andersen source yesterday that the low bid:[it does not Interfere with the. ON CAMPS HERE Parman of Homestead sort, to do .
efficiency and schedules of their something about It
of Williams Brothers, Tulsa "
If war comes or If vegetable routes I 1 i No carpenters or labor will be I Little more than ten dl}". ago
for construction of the '
transportation facilities become I I II'drawn out of Miami or vicinity Persian limes from the Rodland t
to Key West was $1.029.000 Okla..I I'until
limited a* they hive for oil, everyfamily the local supply has been District were bringing better than
Adding to this the f DRAW CONTRACT'{,exnausted it was learned yesterday $1.50 a lug (one-fourth citron box)
In this section might well
which was the cost of the
at the site of the Redland Wednesday the fruit from this area
consider having a year-round vegetable before it retched the )Agricultural Workers Camp, Fed was bringing in the neighborhood j

garden, D, E. M. Andersen, plant at Homestead and proce.lin'j FOR' LEASING OF eral highway and Avocado drive of CS: cents a lug while fruit of
horticulturist of the Subtropical mattly $500,000 which A skeleton crew of carpenter I inferior quality from other sections
Experiment! Station, laid at a of coating and lining NAVYiA started work Monday on the construction 'of the state went beu.nl at 35 "II
meeting of the South Dade Garden the plant the cost of the aqueductwill AIRPORT TO of field office and temporary i{I i cent a lug

dub Monday evening it the home be In the neighborhood of I sanitation buildings Full i A terrific movement of limes
of Mr. and Mn. T. E. Stadlg at three million dollar -not counting crew are working day and night;from all sections Is admitted: to be I
Princeton the cost of constructing and equipping formal contract for leasing of on the clearing and scarifying of 'partly: responsible for the market

"We are living on a peninsula," the pumping station at the the South Dade County Airport,' the site the subcontract for which collapse However, when the fruit
Dr. Andersen pointed out. "Military source of supply, on which no figures now under construction near i* held by James Settle T.mpo.// does not sell In any volume at the \

target are numerous In our have yet been released. homestead to the navy departmenthas I rary building have been con-I' northern outlet even at the disastrously I
section, and It Is possible that our Up to a late hour yesterday no strutted at the site of the low prices quoted It Is I
railroad and trucking facilities announcement had been made regarding -I' been drawn up, County Cm- camp also.Construction. I time to do something u create
would.be disturbed If the United availablJty of the Florida missioner J. b. Redd said ).lter.1} of both camps must sales stimulation, it was decided at
States went to war. Keys Aqueduct Commission share day Action on the lease will be completed in seven months from a conference of representath of
It was the tint evening meetingever in the cost of the pipe line Last probably be taken at the regular, Au,. 4. Applicants for work the three shipping firms Harold 1 1E.
to be held by the garden club Information published was to the meeting of the county commission: i hould apply to H. Love, superintendent Kendall, Psrman-Lehman Packing ',
and was planned so that husbandsof effect that the money was not next Tuesday |I. at the cite of the white Co., and Florida Avocado and
the members might attend to available at present from funds of The county airport will be ued| 'camp Persian Lime Growers I
hear the talk by Dr. Anderson. the Reconstruction Finance Corporation ,ts an auxiliary training station for The site of the white camp has Mr. Parman will go u New I
Following the talk i proposal which has agreed to advance I navy fliers, Mr Redd said (Continued on Page Eight) (Continued on Page light) ',
was advanced from the floor to up to SI,500,000 as a loan

have the garden club sponsor a to the aqueduct commission .14 From District Are
clau in defense garden Dr. Andersen Another consignment of 135 carloads Called Draft Board Death Takes Wm. L Fisk, Local Lion
indicated that he would be of steel pipe for the Florida by I ITho
(Continued on Pace Eight) (Continued on Page Eight) \\ Fathered State Highway Patrol
Draft Board Seven has announced ,
that the following local

"Avocado Diseases" Title of Bulletin I I men will be called Au,. 14: RobertO William .1 Fisk "godfather" of spokesman on this oocaa.ai. I I
Vrana, Linton N. Connor, Robert the Redland District Lion Cub have attempted to say that whichI
From Data Gathered.-Here Walter A. Bernecker feel
Prepared W. Bell, died at his home here last Saturday certain be would nave me
(James O "Wilson Done C. Watt, ."
morning at 8 o'clock. Death followed -
j jI
'Fred "T Borgardt. and Raymond William I. Fuk wa born In
; Illness several months
"Avocado diseases In Florida"! lathe also due Mr. Chas H. SUffanl, Hayes,. all of Homestead Ceo D. an .l
He was 78 yean oldFuneral Pottsviile, Pa He was In the realestate
title of bulletin Issued by of Dade County and I
a county agent Stanley of Florida Qty Jesse S.
business in
held In Orange, N J for
the United State Department of Mr. J. R. Brooks of Homestead for Tlmmon of Naranja,, Burns B. service were $Ii
S5 before
the LIons Den In Silver Palm yean coming to Homestead *
Agriculture and written by H. E: assistance in carrying out the annual Sullivan of Princeton, Arthur I
with h* wife in 1821
Monday afternoon*-the first time
Stevens; senior pathologist; and R. spray programs 0" Hemming. of Goulds, Marion C.
in the history of the flub that the They opened the Port Graduate
G.'Piper scientific aide The bulletin U replete with unusually
Plummet of Redlaad and Gainesville -
meeting place! has been used for Hospital whore Mr*. Fisk served
Material for the bulletin was clear-cut photographic illustration
Knight of
end LewisW Jr.
Stevens"irl'theRdiand such e purpose The Rev Harley a* head nun and luperlaterdent:
gathered by Mr of avocado affected .
PerriM .1 H Core, immediate past-president and Mr. Flak WM x-ray technician
District! Lake Placid and I y the various disease discussed I
of the club, conducted the service until the hospital closed lU doorslast
An Park avocado .> 1II1J'fM.1 la the bulletin._ Table showing i
Cecil WatlpftrBpeaker Mr. Gores remark did not take year.
M a footnote of his Introduction tbr'remit* obtained! o from:spny
i-At, .Rotary Meeting IM form of a personal eulogy of Mr. flak ww a member of the
Mti&eveMlI1' in part a* follow*: log experiments, and photograph :*',? .
-I local Lion Club for 12 He
M/ Fisk His theme was "The years.
totA'fI.ld H.1 of methods nroraneadedaJeo
co-operation, Mr. praying
: : Value of Mao". He closed by was one of seven member of the
Schaff and Mn W Krome of 'appear la the bulletin W. Cecil Watson for many years a
/i 1 member of the Dade County saying: old Homestead Lions dub: who,
Homestead, Fla, Futchof A limited supply of the bulletin a
Lake Placid and Mr. W. FWar4) on "Avocado Diseases In Flor Boy Scout Council was the speaker 'It seems Just as though Billwere when it looked as if; the club
of Avon Park. Fla, have ida" la available at the office of at the meeting; of the Home- here I am sure he approve ware dying, had men lierbj:) claisJkation -
C H. Steffanl dead Rotary Club Wednesdaynoon of the place in which these servioea !Potations removed by
rendered valuable help in furnishIng the rounty agent, T
beaMjig avocado tree for the I adjoining the> city hall In Home- in Legion Hall. His subjectwas are being held. I believe he would special permission from L.JOJ In-
"Youth." tit pleased to know that I am the (CooUnued on Page Eight)
eipertmeBtaJ..spray test Credit stead. .

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be profitable for the growers. However -I She was 63 yean old.
NEW HOMESTEAD :;Defense Plans Give South Florida the periods set in the above She leaves three sons, Carl 'and .

table show that there Is only a Leland Crews of Cape Sable
PASTOR SPEAKSTO Vegetable Growers Longer SeasonTallahassee short time during the year when Charles Crews of Tampa; a daughter

I I growers in South Florida cannot Mrs. Harvey Rohrer of Florida

Aug. 1-An. unusual-]t market centers and to managers of harvest one or more vegetablesfor City; and her mother Mrs." Nand
LIONS for home Wlnegourd of Cape Sable.
CLUB"Complete sale and use.
combination of circumstances aria-I state farmers' market
Mrs. Crews came to Florida Citytea
from national defense
i Ing requirements The table prepared by Dr. F. S. years ago from Orange County
offers to Steam Shovel Kills
growers Jamison, shows the following
co-operation ap-I
Individuals Is necessary for a har- t tin South Florida a golden opportunity -I proximate times for harvesting Son of Jas. McCready Fla.Funeral arrangements, which
monioiM and worth-wwhile home I to extend their growing seasons vegetables In South Florida: green : will be under the direction of
life nit also applies to social, and Increase their cash iai beans, Oct. 1-June 1; lima beam, John McCready, 41. son of James Turner Funeral Home, have notyet
civic and national well being said I comes, Nathan Mayo commissioner Feb. li-Apr. 13, beets, Jan. 1. McCready of Homestead was killed been announced.
the Rev T A. Ferguson, new pastor -I lof agriculture said today. Apr. 15; broccoli. Dec. IS-Apr IS; July 29 when the bucket of a steam .
of the Homestead Methodist 'It now seems fairly! certain that cabbage Dec. 15-May I; carrots shovel fell upon him while he was 7 Food
Church In a talk "Co-opera--I there will be some curtailment In Jan. 1-Apr. 15; celery Jan. 1-Apr at work In a gypsum quarry near Storage Zone
tion' which he made before the transportation facilities available IS; Chinese cabbage Feb. I-Apr.: Twining Mich.. his home. Pa TAB how

Redland District Lions Club Tuesday -I for agricultural products," Mr. 1, collards, Nov. 15-Apr.. 15; corn McCready, who was operating the
night I Mayo said "The transfer of vessels (roasting ears), Apr. I-May 1 and shovel, had Just shifted the bucket jtotpgintMSN
"Each of us Is so dependent on from coastwise to British Apr. 1-June 1cucumbers; Mar. 1- and was about to perform some
the other that we must cooperateor trade routes, increased demands Apr. 15; eggplant, Jan. I-May 15; other duty which made it necessary [I. mic RttlltltitaATORI
suffer," he said "By close Cooperation ,upon railroads for troop and defense endive or escarole Dec. 1-May I for him to pass under the bucketAs
we come to know each material transportation the and Jan. I-Mar. 15; mustard, Nov.' he did so the shovel suddenly
other better and life and work shifting of manufacturing equp-: 15-Apr. lSokra; Apr. I-May IS; became loosened and dropped upon
become better and easier" I ment from truck to army tank and onions (green and mature) Nov. him, crushing his head and chest.
Mr. Ferguson stated that the ten- motorized equipment production IS-Apr. IS; peppers Jan. 1-June He died 20 minutes later.
dency today is for people to become and the steps being taken leading I; Irish potatoes Jan. IS-June 1, Mr. McCready, who visited 'In
too aelf-centered and graspIng I toward the rationing of gasoline, I sweet potatoes June 1-Feb. 1; Homestead two years ago When he I e
!I.u Indicate that shipping will prob- radishes, Nov. IS-Apr. 15; spinach came to attend the funeral of.his
"Business has lost much because'I I ably be a major problem. I Dec I-Apr. IS; New Zealand spin mother, Is survived by. his wife
j various merchants and manufacturers I ach Apr: I; 'squash (summer), his father and three brothers, Allen -
J failed to co-operate," he i "Florida growers stop harvesting Nov. 15; squash (winter), May Harry and Archie, all of
said. "Co-operation Is one of the their vegetable crops as soon 15 and May 1-July 1; tomatoes Standish Mich. His father was In
biggest factors In a democratic as produce from more northern Nov. 13-May 1; and ,turnips, Nov. Standish .at the time of the accident -
states begins to compete in the : I :
he went there several
government such as ours. Perhaps 13-May 15. as
New York and other markets and
I months for visit with
the best example of ago a members -
co-opera- during this period even our Florida These are not the maximum EASY
bon is found In the labor unions of his family. i
I markets are supplied from these periods Dr. Jamison says but the : TERMS
for what success they have had In
I northern states. Last spring Wil- ones which he considers 'the most
obtaining better wages and workIng liam L. Wilson, director of state feasible and practicable. It will be 1\Irs.1\I8ry Crews Dies
conditions has been due to cooperation farmers' markets,'advised me that possible In some Instances to extend At Home on Cape Sable
the members." 1 .... .,
among team tut IfIIH. ,d.
the army purchasing centers were the periods either way, but
"Finally, concluded Mr. Ferguson I
"we must co-operate with- asking for vegetables which they I owing to seasonable and other difficulties Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Crews died Smith-Graves Furniture Co.

God for a fuller and more satisfactory were unable! to get for that reason such extensions might not Monday at her home on Cape Sable N. BI.M a tea If. **... I4M

life. "Army purchasing centers have
Lion Sam Davis outlined the I adopted the policy of buying fresh I .
duties of the sight conservationand fruits and vegetables as near to
blind committee of which he Is army camps as possible, and they

chairman.In .I have adapted their menu to local ..........................................................................................
place of the Lions' roar, which supplies as much as possible. This
for years had been led by Lion coupled with the difficulties now '1
Bill Flak, who died last Saturday.a arising in transportaton makes It :
moment of silence with members I advisable for Florida growers to !

standing was observed in his: memory expand their growing seasons to 1
provide necessary supplies. _
Member from Miami Allapattah ,
"In order to ,
Coral Gables, Key West Orlando growers ,., "
S Mr. Wilaon wrote Dr. Wilmon .
and SL Cloud Lions clubs ;
Newell, provost for agriculture at
were among the Visitors; to the 1 :
Redland club. I the University of Florida ask:n? : '
for definite Information on Florida THREE GONE ! !
: {! harvesting' periods and he had I ,
T. L. Campbell EntersEmbryRiddle i I
|I Dr. F .S Jamison head of the I I
School) vegetable research division of the i FIVE TO GO '
state experiment station preparea
T L Campbell 22 of Prlnceton.j I table which was mimeographedand I

has enrolled at the sent to army quartermaster,II
School of Aviation technical! school I
In Miami for a course In sheet '
metal work which will fit him Or. Leonard. Raskin' :
for national defense work in the '

aircraft Young Industry Campbell, the ion of Mrs 'I f.nl.GLASSES ll>tM 4.111 I. era a.f.ti l'tf..|tPitting ..*."... };i Father Time, the great equalizer, has made REAL BARGAINS -

I J. E. Campbell, was a student at I IS Ml H. B. Pint ML..:-.r. I I I of what were GOOD VALUES to start with
the University of Miami before enrolling C..s1.1.b Ab
t. >..... jl
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at the Riddle technical I

i Which One Can You Use And At i

Arc You Insured ANSWER-NOW I II

It is better to admit you carry i' WHAT PRICE?

I!" no Auto Insurance-now. Better r
.;, 1Ii,' '''''-- J than later. Later on. it may oe
too late Now you can do somef I JULY THIS ,
thing protective about It! Ak
us for facts and figures, on any : .
) form of Auto Insurance. An 41 FORD DELUXE

.., inquiry: In tme-may mean prow i 2-Ioor Sedan (Radio) .................... $750 $729
tecton: wbeaVjwded!

STILING ; (Stake Body) ...................................... 585 564 '

AsntI tw f AmrkM. AfflaM .CALTOB.Y.: rtuW. II I 39 FORD 1-TON TRUCK : .
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I for Delicious Home Cooking: 2 38 CHEVROLET

I' You'll like Tropical Cafe for .. j /-T on Pickup ............. .............."...... 320 299 ,.'
; _: its tasty food, its pleasant at- ':.z ,

r .; mosphere. Do come in sooo. v"5j Per
'.1 $1.00 Day Reduction Until Sold 1

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Friday. August 8.1941 THE HOMESTEAD LEADER-ENTERPRISE Page Three

Illustrated Booklet ,j May to spend the summer In
MRS. PEARL DAVIS on ![ Deadwood, S. D. I

TAKEN BY DEATHIN Is Issued for Free Distribution j i several Mrs. Vercoe years leaves a semi-Invalid besides her for I I'I t"OUTHERNi

I _- husband and daughter. several] I

"The Seminole Indians In flori- perstitlons homes, occupations grandchildren and a large circle of j I I

TENNESSEE da" Is the title of the well-illus legends heroes tribal government,,'I friends to mourn her passing I -. '- .- ..-.. -
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children .,.' - -- \
trated 103-page booklet Issued this women, and celebrationsto I ... ,-, _. ._ -, ,...
mention but a few of the r awe .r 1. rawAw. +
Mrs. Pearl Davis, 70, of Redland, week for free distribution by the topics in the book-make delightful -I i Homestead Takes Lead al..r,.::= t... I II

widow of J. E. Davis, died at 2 state department ot agriculture at reading 1 By Beating: South Miami
Conservation Treaty i
a. m. Wednesday In a Nashville Tallahassee expected' The appendices of the book con Ten nations in North and South ,
It Is that tourists and
tain a list of Florida By virtue of a 12-6 'victory Sunny -
hospital where she underwent a place namesof America have already signed a I
residents alike will find this
a Indian origin and a handy index mover South Miami, Homestead wildlife In \
stomach for
operation on July 29. The treaty preservation
valuable of Information, for
source ;. For the convenience of persons went Into first place] in the Dade the western hemispr-cre The signatories -
funeral was held at 10 a. m. yes It Is. practically an encyclopedia on I
who wish to visit the Seminoles I County Amateur Baseball League are B"ht.. Cuba. Ecuador !: ; -
terday in Naihvllle
where burial dwellers
the little-known
Everglades -
and see how they live the Homestead and South Miami wen Mexico Salvador Nicaragua,
took place Agriculture
State Commissioner of book has a large four-color map of I ted; for first place before Sunday I Peru. Dominlc.ma, United States
A memorial service
for Mrs Nathan Mayo declared.
the Everglades that gives the locations | game< and Venezuela
Davis wlU be held In
the Homestead "The publication answers a longstanding -
of the 28 Indian
camps Homestead built up an early lead
methodist Church at 11 o'- demand for brief Seminole I
a -
which are scattered over South and held South Miami scoreless Colorful .
clock Sunday Morning, it that be used forreferent'e I
was announced history can
Florida. until the latter part of the game !
II Jewfish o'
"I are capable r > tinting
yesterday by the pastor. In schools of the state, I ,C.
when Thomas and. Bishop color so as to blend wit' their! .
the Rev. T. A. Ferguson Mr Mayo said.Written I
Davis taught In the Sunday schoolof by the WPA writers pro- 1 Mrs. W. L. Vercoe Dies South piarftcrs Miami eased to up seines sxblt and 6 runs.allowed immediate background. I

that church for more than 20 ject of Florida, the volume has a In Hot Springs S. D.
S. Wlttkop with 3 hits In three Know lour haiku
years and was of the introduction Ethel
secretary scholarly by
tries ted both teams In hitting while I "
There is no excuse for the indiscriminate -
board of towards at the time of Cutler Freeman, of the American
her death. Word was received here this A Barrow finally got his May. shooting o! all hawk
She was the first presi- Museum of Natural History, In
dent of the Woman's Missionary which she praises the Seminolesfor ] week of the death of Mrs Walter June and July] hits in five trips to 'Very few are harmful end a number F i

Society their honesty courage, and devotion L. Vercoe In Hot Springs, S. D., on the plate are actually very helpful
:Mrs Davit went to Tennessee to their families. July 28 after an acute Illness of Homestead plays host to the Study your hawks and kill only
Kendall C. C. C. team Sunday.
those that need killing
week. <
several months ago for a visit with In order to present an unbiased one
The C C. C. team has been
Dr. Vercoe and their soninlawand 1
relatives and for medical attention. account of the Seminoles, the WPA
Born In Tennessee, she and Mr. writers have gathered their mate- daughter Mayor and Mrs L. much strengthened from replacements Lurk'
Becker of Florida who that have recently arrivedat Are superstitious Sportsmen -
Davis came to Homestead In 1916 rial from scientific reports, old R. City you
Just after their marriage and built settlers, histories of the Seminole'have been spending the summerat the camp. as a whole are They dependon

a.home and developed a grove In wars, Florida representatives of'I Horton, Wyo., were with her various phases of luck to bring I
In Other Words Its Burnt them results. Indians wed to
Redland. Mr. during her last Illness The body I
Davis died in April, the U. S. office of Indian affairs,
1940 and from the Indians themselves,was cremated in Denver Wife 'Dear why do you occasionally carry tokens-"Medicine." they I

In addition to being an active Their findings have been assem-I Dr. and Mrs Vercoe came to wrap up what's left of called them-for good luck and I
church worker, Mrs Davis was a bled into an interesting readable Florida City from South Dakota l your toast and carry it off' protection against evil spirits. I
member of the Ad Astra Chapter, narrative, which should awakenthe when Dr Vercoe, an eye surgeon,I Artist: Why. I do some of my Most of us do the same thing I I.
O. E. S., and of the Homestead general public to a better un- retired more than ten years ago best charcoal sketches with It: know a sportsman who wouldn't
Business and Professional Women's derstanding of the Seminoles.. 1 i They ]left Florida City early In Pasadena Post (Continued on Page. Seven

Club. Part of the book describes the':

New of her death was received well-known commercial] Seminole ,
here Wednesday by her brother- Indian camps along the Tumianv,
In-law Sam J. Davis She i Is survived Trail but most of It I in devoted 1 tithe '
h\' n brother, Dr. Thaxton R Indians who live isolated I J. ,
Gull! of Donelson, Tenn and .1 i in the Big Cypress Swamp '"n i iA

sister Mrs. Jack McClellnn of Everglades, and at the Brian+ui
Nashville reservation. The story <>f the

llglon, burial rites, languages i
Townsend! Members Plan

To Attend Conference

Because members of Homestead
Townsend Club No. 1 are planning -To Enjoy
to attend a conference of Town. Accurate
send clubs of the Fourth Congressional VSioni ;

District In Fort Lauderdale] i
Sunday, the local meeting will not
be held.

The morning session of the con-
ference will begin at 100'clode. the I

advisory council will meet at 1:30.: Good vision coins d*.Mi. ,
and a mass meeting will be held at greater ,leyiiwii. Jo1., faster -
2:30.: Friends well as member progress I* four ...... Act peel
are invited to attend.
Dr. B. F. StebbinsDr.

First Pedestrian: "I wish I had
the money that was paid for all L. W. Stebbins

I I those cars going by" 1225 \\'. Flatter St. Miami I Ie
I Second Pedestrian: "I wish I I
Phone 3-2313 :
\ had the money that Is still due on I
them,".-Exchange. I
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Used Car Bargains That Mean . I 'Vfcollt oi ov s

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;>vtoii;, 'V
In The Bank! '
Money -xi$ "' :'Vvt'vi: .. ; '

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paint, goad mbber. A really good ear . i
193J OLDSMOBILE "." SEDAN-Been well eared for.

1934_WILLYS FORDOR SEDAN-Wsvth Considering for

cheap transportation.You .

Mrs, O.
Can Bank on a Buick Dealer M ys

iht Arts) Fr .r er.J .

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A G. Spcliiinf jtlrsw.Un Fool. Tr in r*

PRESTON BIRD MOTOR ViSO. I ruw* Twixtcen* 1f

Buick-Pontiac Sales and

So. Krome Are. ,Phone 18 Homestead, Fla. I Ii' _


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Pare Four THE HOMESTEAD LEADER-ENTERPRISE Frtd y. August 8. 'un .


IRE LEADER-ENTERTRISE! 021DA fi ,GHLIC3Hts sr iAV /tarot! 1t1!!'! 'lJIllllllllfllllllllrrnrDnnll{ l !!

fuHl.fc Fridays it Hamntml. Fife, 20 Years
to the fc Nth Dwte Publlikltil CompMT : Ago.
o".... .. second des mill mattes i
Y red I II. ibis. It the KM ffk it
a.mwtlwd. Florida, Bader Uw met .> [
SUrrk I. 1111. VP I immnmuuumuuumu I iiuunsiuu

DEN A aCH ER. .........., ..4 WluARJORlg I ; -6 bettor n, ftll from.>.lnc'UooII.turn mn. taken 8._vmp:

LEACH ARCHER_ R.ltr.rlM established Mir II, ma.Aug .
I the 50th Ft. .... ..
II B. .eNow"
_, _____g.er.Urr and Treasurer, OrL I'. INI, aNY w ._
i ii __ Lo: II

tm Dub Cwuitr________ II.",
Oitolte at: 0.... County____ '1." -" and Mrs T J. Harris arrived .. -

I Saturday from Maoon. Ga.
where they were married August

Collectors I 1st. to the surprise of Tom friends

in Homestead Tom and his bride,
Collectors area pcttful lot, : formerly Miss Ruse Bush of Macon ..

They vex ui when we have It not; will live in the Woodbury

At curly morning. noon and night] stucco house'on South Krome avenue .

Descending on ui like a blight I 91 He has been subjected to

considerable good-natured kidding;
And though we guard the office since his return."Thursday ."
morning at 10 o'.
From er admitting any more,
| clock were held the funeral services
y Ttivli bills the mall Is bound to
of John H. Barnes whost
said death occurred at his horn
And on the 'phone they're lure to ,
ring north of town Tuesday morning at

7 o'clock. . Interment was at

the Naranja Cemetery, pallbearer
To get the pests to pass us by
being David and Homer Sullivan
To I'Mk the postman In the eye :Y-1'.w
e.iqar E. S. Capllnger Sam McKlnstry,
To leaf the 'phone and feel no
chills and Eric Stirrup. . Mr. Barnes
I and family came here about two
Suppoie to bills!
we try pay our -
Ex. years ago from Alabama and at the

time of his death they were, livingon

their grove five miles north ot

The Rockefeller CreedI I Homestead. . Mr. Barnes was

a brother of C V. Barnes of Homestead *
believe In the supreme worth t'' Mjo r' Agaf and leaves a wife and five
of Uu individual nnd In his rightto
children to mourn his loss.
life liberty and the pursuit of
I -"Geo, and Ed Barnes arrived
hnp. |)ineT .. I
li, lieve that every right Implil'ort'IOn.lulhty early In the week from Selmn, Ala
and were present at the funeral of
t ; every opportunity,
"o P their brother, J. H. Barnes"
in lllgutlon, every possession, a II
dut 'David Kufeldt and family

I 'wliov that the law was made I returned Monday from Chicago

fen 'nin md not mnn for the law, where they have been visiting . ."

that' government is the servant of : i -"Ed Carter was given a surprise

Late people ana not their muster I i party at his home Saturday

I believe in the dignity of labor.Wh..I"er The Masonic night In honor of his birthday ,"
lodge in Apopka Is a very in several cities throughout the country.
with head or hands; Hint j I I"picturesque landmark in that locality. The Many people have long recognized their I -''Mrs. Drew returned Saturday
the world ,
y' owes no man a living but
from the west coast to
stay with
that II i old wooden structure, built In 1859, is still value and utilized them extensively for "
every man an oppor-i I her son, A J Drew.
tunlt\ to make a living. I|I in excellent condition and still in use. food. Even the U. S. Bureau of Fisherieshas I -'H. H. Sturgis has arrived
I believe that thrift Is issued a pamphlet stating that the
essential With interest aroused in new sea foods, from Brooksville again, and his
to well! ordered living and that shark offers a wholesome palatable and
I SHARKS are finding a place in our largest I old friends are glad to see him
economy Is n prime requisite of a I I nutritious food comparing favorably in "
sound financial structure, whether fish distributing centers and have appearedon dietary qualities with of the
many highly ''
I| Miss Doris Parker of Indian
internment. business or personal the menus of some of the leading hotels .prized sea foods.
iftuin I |I town Fla., arrived last week on a

_.. visit with Mr. and Mrs O B.Pal'ker. .
"believe that truth and W 1Y .
Justice ...
Ing a good record. Why doesnt I ."

n* fundamental iiderI to an enduring social [ CURRENT the And A.plnce.... ..an.. take Insignia up the on matter honest 1 "ch"ild";; ; -i.1;; -"Mr.expected and Mrs E. P. Wilson

I h' are from Dade City.
lieve In the sacredness of a
repair shops You know
proem you see Its sign hotel
on thnt i
a it(

be ". good ai his bond; that chartiter By AGNEW WELSHWltnrl means the stamp of approval. I ,_....:............,,.............. ..-............:. sister Wilson Mrs A. J. Campbell.. Mr.
has Hernando
1 not wealth or power or po- represented ,
.flth'nII of supreme worth VINIIINw"..................."NI"...............'"........ j CONSTRUCTIVE CRITICISM : Pasco and Citrus counties in the
:, I >hl'llevlI that the rendering of Not Mr Webb mloom.nmmrfiti Charles H. Wildenour, a Seattle:"I [estate senate for >.ems."
I electric \ Many parents who constantly) j
ON hii "Comm.nl..hoIh. engineer,
ay I
: use''lll cnlce Is the common duty -'Mrs. Rita Wallace of MiamiIs
: they boo in
agreement or at .arhnrowith
/the home of the future will criticize the churches, schools Gild
iE oi 1'IIIIJdnd and that only In the '! his .plnlnn.. Address dosoutVal.oath' Ix visiting her sister Mrs. Frank
,. i.. Agnew wash fumigated with ultra-violet ,,
pu' i 'us fire of sacrifice Is the rays colleges which are endeavoring to I IL Skill for a few days this week'

i 11# dr ,.r selfishness consumed and Thirty years ago Henry Ford I be will heated use fluorescent with lighting, and, 1: educate and direct the youth of the l l'J.. M. Bryant and family from
ti:,. ...tnen of the human soul set put the world "on wheels'; then Infra-red rays ; t J'
(powerful that will nation should realize that such in-I Blakely Ga. arrived last Friday to
I II you comfortable -
fro the Wrights put It Where
on wings "
with the doors and window' stitations are working under severe visit awhile with C. D. and W. O.
i !do from here *
,1\1' In on all-wise and all- we go :
to\ ""I God, named by whatever open when the thermometer out handicaps Some unthink,ng per- 1Ztt They expect to lee:, in It.!)
for home Tuesday
I. n II" and that the Individuals In i 0:two seer side registers fO below. These sons soy that ministers devote t
year your catalogs rays will be sent out from wins. O"J.I S. Horton returned Wed-
I I fulfillment, greatest hnp- Will offer much time to shaking hands with
you n new typo of
Imbedded In the walls and acting inesday from Georgia where he
V," and widest usefulness are !I.watermelon. known as the LittleMMfet I(only when they strike an opaque members of the Ladies Aid Socic- I has been working on a melon deal."
ti I found In living In
harmony In
slxe it Is about that
w US, wniI I II ,of a CHnteloupe-hnndy for Indi substance such as the hums i ty while our schools and collegesare I -"Mr. and Mrs. E L. LAwrenceand

I 'Mieve that love Is the I\'tatestl.)vidual or picnic use and claimed body r I placing altogether too much son left Tuesday night for "

>:: in the world; that It alone 'to be of superior quality ] emphasis on athletics They 'even' Damascus, Ga., where Mi Lawrenct' -
:.\.J i' Ireland voted to lema-tti neutral' has business affairs to attend
ercomt beats, that right can a. go so far as to contend that present
:' u III triumph over mightI The Germans Into1culUwtton I II fn the war fnvoMat her moths day colleges are making no serious i[Ito.t They expect to be gone ,bout
'I are putting hot
country It Imminent
::1 J. Rockefeller. Jr.t' fertile1 I II seems attempt f) instill habits of industry ,, three weeks"I
I .000 acres of I that she will be tswMwd anyhow and ideals of right and wrong in I -"MI'II. J. L. Murray and children -
I land Made useless by the eoIIMrICI'There are Indication Germany Intends their students |III have returned to their home,
SUE YOUR TIRES then of the Maginot line, a military' to make tavHtW' '
t', I : an base I A censor of this type usually I: I fter a pleasant stay with her
.'. the government under! iki defense heralded ns Impregnable, there and h) that even( the fight does not pay his church dues, and I J father J. H Young nt Cutler. Mr.

I lC.nin| or crude rubber, tire,'I I (when properly defended). In that England Will pet In re- sets up the largest clamor when-j I ]Mui-rays' condition I imt Improv-

m'l., 'i "'r. are appealing to fleet op-I the.Lorrairte district 2371 statingsuch a mote lit work ever he Is forced to pay his taxes.I,' I Ing and he expects to go to Battle

r "r" nnd Individual motorists I' abandoned vtUitget Involving a havoc with lire and property In the so that public schools can remain 1 Creek: Mich. soon, hoping to bo
I Ibelli
to ,11 i sri've a few simple rules to JltJ1'tll. population of 875(10. are again.Emerald Iste 'open Little is ever accomplished 'benefited out there" (Princeton)

.' mileages Mete, for exampleor ./ made habitable by a crew of j i > by this sort of criticism because It -"Mrs. A. W McVlcker Is homo
8.000 German soldiers.i | '
he dot and don'Is advocated : For many years a New York undermines public confidence in !again after six weeks In Atlanta

r>v .Trn L. CoUyer president of I i concern has t Inured an annual,vol- work the institutions I are doing with her slater, Mrs C R Hull

the Goodrieh company On a test by Reader's Digest,I the title "Wbe1 Who In'America" Our churches and our schools are I who was dangerously 111 with typhoid -

: I I heavy percentage of auto repairMen | of citterns sttnguhhed 'in which the family can apply to guide prov ng." (Princeton)

It you change 8 tire check the' would "gyp patrons, and'the va.led'alks of We Herc- the destinies of children. and I -"Anna Lochrle! will be home

1 oi, '''t'r. few miles. 'I the sftMtler the town the more .lofon .Dr. Gallup has Included should be upheld Instead of being I next week. She has been attending

(" >. ige tINt from wheel to wheel honest were this class of work- ,'theN In the "rom""'" rim nf .h.HI censored Ministers high school summer school at Tallahassee

at ','nit every 8,000 miles. men. Miami came In for disfavor I;tn making his ;M -;; I.-b i-h. superintendents and college presidents Fla." (Florida City)

Keep safe tire on all wheelblfwouft *-*I with but 20 out of 62 places hav- Is now attempting a separate voicing will frankly admit that they "Charles Clinton entertained

destroys I complete tire of opinion of these mental,' are not accomplishing all that they a party of friends at his home

Dotit take Corner at high speed, Don't drive' too fait on hot, dry moral and financial aristocrsts.I I have set out to do, simply because' Thursday evening Those enjoying

;. thnt wears tires faster than anything roads Heat speeds wear I They show a varla-l their budgets are so small that! the party were: Mrs. C. P.

else.Never I Start gently: : don't spin wheels tion b.ho'l the opinion of us lesser they are forced to confine themselves -i I Sheffield Catherine Sheffield

slam on your brakes except and grind the rubber late survey shows $II I If to the few "musts" which I Miss Everett, Isabel Becker Mig-
prevent an accident Dont bump curbs. No tire will per rent of them as being In favor demand Immediate attention nonne Aldrich, Isabel Craw. Carl

Have wheel alignment, front and withstand such abuse ,I f of our entering hew league of nations The family, the school and the Sheffield Harold Sheffield La-

rear, Give your tires personal inspect Queerly, pull off the road and Vore apposed aM tt per dent lre because they resist all unlted.j Wayne Cooper and Charles Clin

bon from time to Um".. check tire*-Business Week. I I I undecided. und'eeRtine' Weft e ) ttaa.Tlorida OUr)


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James Archer Smith Hospital FrI-! Mrs. Geo. W, Turner, Sr.. Mrs. after spending a week visiting her
(day and Mrs. Leo Bishop of Miami,,Geo. W. Turner, Jr.' and Mill brother.ln-law and sister, Mr. and
underwent a minor operation there! Estelle: Turner left Tuesday for Mn Leuben Greenwood.
In and JlroundHomestead Saturday. Herbert Booth had his,Baltimore. They were accompanied -
I tonsils removed there yest.erdaY'1 as far is Washington by Mn.Annie'K. Miss Mary'belle Glbbi left lust
Mn. Ruby Coleman of Homesteadand (, ., Butler and Adolph Lo night for Sylvia N. C. before goingto
R. O. Bushes of Marathon are pez. visit relatives Detroit
1 receiving treatment In the hospital t
Mrs. Oeo. Campbell and Private! Mr. and Mn. C. M. Barrow left ;
.. J. B. Ron and lilt children, William Moffett of MacDill Field Saturday for a vacation In Thom-
'II' Alice Mae Louise and James, returned near Tampa who is visiting his asville. Ga.

Lieut Francis Fitzpatrick will Collier and other relatives In Tuesday from a two-week mother, Mn. C. H. Lawrence, spent ....--....?.....--...-
leave Saturday for Orlando wherehe Homestead.Mr. visit on the west coast Tuesday. with Mrs. Campbell's
will receive a physical exami- daughters, Mrs. Lloyd Sauls and FLORIDA CIT'VB
nation before going on artillery and Mrs. R. E, Edwarda returned -' Howard Kirby, son of Mr. and Miss Gladys Campbell In South Mrs. W. W. Sever
duty at Fort Sill, Okla. He will Monday from a vacation In Mrs. T. E. Kirby returned Saturday I Miami. NNMMMMMMNNNNNN. NN.N..N11.N.,.
be accompanied by Lieut. Walter Hendersonvllle. from a two-month wlslt In
I Mn. J. M. Dobbin has to
Webber of Coconut Grove. Maryland, Pennsylvania and New / gone
Mr. and Mrs Ben Archer enter Illinois! for visit with relative
A. D. Fogto and W. H. Russell,' Jersey. tainedMr.. Archer's par a
Donald Ames, ton of Mr. and both of Naranja left Monday for 'ents, Mr. and Mrs. Ceo. F. Archerof
Mrj. E. A. Ames of Redland, last Indiantown where they are now Mr. and Mn. Hugh Johnston of Key West, and his brother-tn- Roy Chandler superintendent of
Friday completed a course In farmln,. Brownsville, Tex., arrived Sundayto liw, and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. the Florida City Branch of the
avIation mechanic at Anderson I visit Mr.Johnston's parent. Col. D. Hearne of Tampa, and their Florida Power and Light Co., who
Aircraft School In Nashville. He Mrs. Ida Elchenberger has returned and Mn. H. W. Johnston, at Palm eons William, Jr*!& >d George has been receiving treatment In
returned home Saturday.Mr. to her home In Naranja: Lodge on Avocado drive. Archer Hearne who"were going Victoria Hospital In Miami for ver-
after a visit with her son Charles, to Key West for a short visit. Mr. tebrae Injuries was returned to his
and Mrs. A. L. McLendon of Jr., a flying naval cadet at Pen- Mist Eleanor Skells of Atlanta and Mrs. Archer were home Monday.
Dawston, Ga., arrived Sunday to sacola. who spent last week here visitingMr. from a trip to Augusta,
visit Mrs. McLendon'i brothers and and Mn. Jack Polk It now sonville and Tampa. retumin'l Miss Warrene Severy left Tuesday -
alstn-in-law Mr. and Mrs: Frank' Mist Marjorie Campbell Miss visiting Miami Beach.
fur Cape Sable where she will
Webb end Mr. and Mrs. Bevo Josephine Cash Wess Campbelland '
Lena vlaltIn.. Johnny Becker and Mn
Mrs. Bechdol of
:Webb. Arthur Fogle, Jr., made a trip Mrs. M. A. Mowry left Tuesday : Miami .
Selma Mattson for ten days.The
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C T.
--- I to Cairo Ga., over the weekend.Mr. to visit her ton and daughterinlaw -
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Reynolds and Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Mowry Seifert of Homestead Is critically
tons, Gene and Joe, returned Mon and Mrs. W. K Haat and n Daytona Beach. III in Jackson Memorial Hospital Rev and G Leon Wells r
day front vacation In Cairo Ga.,, and daughter Virginia will leave i I Miami. and daughter Miss Mabel Wells, of '
Blackburg, Va., and Gary W. Va., Monday for a visit In Chicago, Detroit Mr. and Mn. John Perkins and!I St Cloud, Fla., arrived July 30 and
: and Cincinnati. Mn. Laufhton Minchew, all of) Miss Marjorie Webb will leave Mist Jewel Morris of Welaka, FU.
Mr. and Mrs. M. F. White and Ii Plant City 1 visited I Mr. Perkins'I I Sunday for her home in Lake City (Continued on Page Seven)

ton, Walter Brannon, will leave Geo. L. Swan left by plane Mon- uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. C'I+
Monday for a four-week vacation: day for Rochester Minn., where M. Barrow, and his cousins, !
with relatives and friends In Ohio,' he will enter the Mayo Brother's and Mrs. Ansel Barrow over the
Mrs. White's former home. 1 Clinic. Mrs. Swan and the children I'week-end. I' eSMALL4ut
will spend a month on Miami ,
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Johnson are Beach before moving Into their' c
expected back today from a visit new home in Coral Gables.
with relatives In Connecticut. I

\ --- I Mrs Anna Nelson and son, Roy.
-, Mrs. Carlton Singleton of Red- will leave tomorrow for a vacation NOTARY PUBLIC
.... land underwent an operation in I In Chicago.
the James Archer Smith I
Hospital ---
'f I. ; Fire Insurance and
Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs Rudolph Gossman
I returned Sunday from a tour of I Kindred Lines
Mr. and Mrs. T. A. West of Al- Tennessee and North and South
bany, Ga., and Mr. and Mrs. H. G. I!Carolina.
West of Montgomery, Ala., left I SS N Krome Ave. Convenient'
Friday for their respective homes I Mrs Blanche Bishop of Miami
'.' after visiting Mr. and Mrs. E. H. was a tonsilectomy patient in the
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Now the sipall home can be built right from

start to finish. It can be well designed. It can

be well)) constructed. It can include modern

I The small home has never been so ulablc-and

NOTICE livable. Home financing has never been so

practical for the moderate-income family.

'. j The down payment may be as low as onetenthof

it! the property valuation. One loan will

The City Council of the City of take care of the remaining cost of a new honu>.

repayment is made in monthly installmentsout

Homestead will sit as a )board of of your income over ample} time.


equalization each Monday evening We will help you to put through your appli-

cation for an F. II. A. loan.

through the month of August


. 1941, from eight to nine to hear FRANK L. SKILL, Owner

Hardware, Lumber and Building Materials

: complaints on the 19.11 tax values. Homestead. Fla. Phone B07-J.

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'; Signed : R. E. EDWARDS .' _______.___ _____h___.. _.___ ---uu..pPVi

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City Clerk and Collector i am-t f
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I . . Social Events in South Dade an one -

. The Calendari I

-- i Meeting of art class in II
"h" uuirrlaiie of Miss Norma i roseand gladioli corsages. Mrs. Chamber of Commerce building at I M. E. Sever announce the engagement from the Lincolnton N. C., high

.. .....-"onlzed Saturday morning..Iand| a sweetheart rose corsage. I. -Executive meeting of Lois to Charles C. Carpenter of Carolina at Chapel Hill He la
: : After the wedding breakfast Junior Woman' Club at home of now connected, with the Glenn L.
n .ink. In the home of the I Baltimore. The marriage will take Martin Aircraft Corporation in
Virginia Walton.
which followed the ceremony, the
t.w. .iienta Mr. and M... Jesse', young couple left on a honeymoon I Aug. 12-Business meeting of place In September. I Baltimore.
(i.i-.miii. on West Mowry road i trip to North Florida and Georgia.When Homestead Woman's Club at 3| The bride. is a granddaughter of They plan to make their home In
'ni' Mii-iuber. of the family wore I! 'o'clock. Mr. and M... J. S. Caves, Florida Baltimore.

t,,..-. ni |Iin one they of the return Lawrence-they will apartments live- I Aug. 1.-Meeting of W. M. U.I[City pioneers, and spent much of' \lRs.FRlE
"vii.mony was performed by street. 1! in church. i her childhood in their home. After MR. AND : GIVE
on West Mowry I
tin N'I'I A. Ferguson pastor of I Aug 16-Homestead Woman's I her graduation from Homestead SUNDAY SCHOOL PICNIC
tin M-MII toad Methodist Church i i The bride \y\ a granddaughter, Club dance in Chamber of Com-< High School she assisted her father ''I Ulric Free superintendent of the
'II...K. with roses palnu and who were the first settlers in Silver I Aug U-Meeting of Garden Mr. Carpenter was graduated Church of the Nazarene. and Mrs.

(...op Tie, bride was given In Palm and she was born on Club at home of Mr, A. W. Jones -----.--- Free one of the teachers, gave a

iiinniiiii' liy her father. their homestead. She was August 19-Meeting of Outlook FIRST AID CLASSES picnic supper at the bay Wednes-
,ii n.' was. charmingly attired In a graduated from Homestead High Circle with Mrs. Eileen Peel. POSTPONED UNTIL At'G. IS day evening for members of the
1 tlnv1-k-ugth frock of yellow sheer School In 1938 and from La- I Aug 18--Program meeting of First aid classes, both afternoonand junior department of the school
with matching redigote that butIIMHV France Beauty School In Miami in Homestead B. P.
W. C. in Chamber evening have been postponeduntil Wieners and marshmallows were
nimi |Ib high round neck-'11939. Since that time >>he.hilswen of Commerce building at S p. m. Monday Aug. 18 Announce i roasted to complete an ample pic-

lln lit II. wide matching belt. Her'a popular employee. of Alice'sBeauty I 1 Aug 22-Meeting of Dorcas I M.... H. K. Foulk president of the nic supper.
lot in iff-the-face model, and { Parlor. |Class with Mrs. W. T. Woman's Club of Homestead and I Mr. and M.... Free were assisted
uliHT ''''O'IIOrlea were white and Mr. Lewis a son of the late Fr.:I Aug 22-Meeting of McConneu'l M.... James L Bird president of by the Rev. 'and Mrs. Robert
vow. wise .1 gardenia corsage I and Mr-.. Colon Lewis of Sh.d'i i I painting class In the Junior Woman's Club, ipon- E. Spear and the Junior depart
..Iv I was" attended by her sisters, Grove Fla., was graduated from merce at 9 a. m. 'j I son of the classes. The instructor, ment teachers, Mrs. Geo. Wingate,
Misses Rlolse and Rachael Gossnunl Greenville High School In Greenville I I! Aug. 30-Labor Day dance In'I|A. H. Bliss of Miami Is attending I M.... Betty Craft Mrs. Roy Murray .
".|.., were, dressed in rose Fla.. In 1937. He I Is now;J I Chamber of Commerce building)ja fint-aid conference in Gaines- M.... Forrest Plummet and
kiwi ..h..% respectively and worew employed by the Fuchs Baking sponsored by Junior Woman's;1 ville. Miss Josephine Pr.It.I .
nt., ,' .n-MMories and sweetheart Company of South Miami. Club.
|| Anyone In the district who wishes I
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--L I, Sept. Meeting of W. M. U'I,i to enroll for the course which will BRIDAL SHOWER IS GIVEN

WO.VIVVi CLUB PLANS MR. AND MRS. .HEINLEIN I circles : be started In September Is asked j FOR MRS. EUGENE! SAUNDERS
IMM 'K: KR Al'O. 16 I ENTERTAIN AT BEACH I Sept. 5-Luncheon meeting of, to notify one of the club piesldc-nto -A miscellaneous bridal shower
I'lim-i f..r the dunce to be given Mr. and M.... Herman Heinlein Episcopal Auxiliary with Mrs. W.I for M.... Eugene Saunders the

".. ,I't, t the Chamber of Com- gave a beiiih party at Miami Beach R. Bird. | SVXD\Y.SCIIOOL CLASS i former Miss Gussie Hagberg of

.' tiding' under the chnirii Wednesday evening |JISI- ;IS GIVEN BE.XC1I PARTY !Miami was given Tuesday afternoon -
>",ii .. Mm. Irene Slmnklln After the picnic supper u cake CLUB DISCUSSES 1 at the home of MrIrene
. ,,i- at n sprinl, meeting/ of was presented Mn O. W. Ca1klns.I PLANS FOR DANCE I 1 The Go-Forward bUlla,,j School'JGardler in Hialeah.
class of the Homestead lft'thod.sllChurch j
.< ni n's Club df Homestead mother i of Miv Hc-inleln In honor I I I Finns for a Labor Day dance to 1 Attending from lIl1nwlr"dl'lre:
i ,ften,.on in the dub- I of her I birlhrim, iinn.versan 'of given Aug. 30 were discussed 'in Miami was Bench given Wednesday a beach afternoon part :,|,the bildcgroom'muthi 1'. Ili! '. C
l I'' e proceed of the dunce 'flu' nthi'is present were. Mr. and at n meeting of the Junior Wom- ty IU tt'ucht'r.frs.. Julian 11.1)'IE. Saunders, :Mir C'M-' M.ulm, :
H| fin ihi ."..t t fund A MrH G. W.nd Mr. and Mrs.I an's Club of Homestead Tuesday Webster. Mrs. Luther Stiick'.mrt' :ViSnuh!,

'1 '."'sti,, i.. pn-mi..ed., I Clurc'me (;.rIlY. Mil. A. L. Campbell evening in the clubhouse. M\'--. I Those attending Mis ,M. Molder; Mr-- Ileim.m Saunders

1 .1, II U C'ruimull Was npiiifciiM Mrs Mae Campbell Mrs. Ida James L. Bird the president, appointed I Frank B. Rue. Mrs Webster were. bliss ,|of Kcy West and Mi,. 'r.II1'; II\\ m.
...,,,, Efchciibc'igcT. Mrs Flora Vihlen I I I ---
chairman by the I j Mrs. Burley Dendy to Nina Pearl Bush Miss Alta Web
.",..".1, Mn. II K. Foulk Mrs. Mm Bertha Mill Hau mim, Kathleen 'serve as general chairman of the ster Miss Shirley Smith. Mis I 1 Poet: "How much hull ,it take

,,,",, 011 vlll attend a meeting! of Campbell Rosemary and dance which will be given In the Clara Roland Miss Elizabeth Hall ,'to send this manunciipt

..1. ." r..,....; chairmen of the Dade I Phyllis Buik Patsy Heinlcin, Mr. "Chamber of Commerce building.Mrs. Miss Mary Ellen Dealing, hiss Postal Clerk: "Three cent It's
t' I Calk inn. Dick. Jack and Billy, Dendy who will return this "
"" on" Hederatiim of Women's II Mary Jo Close Miss Lillian Booth first-class
I ,,,,,. II n t tie Sunshine room of the I Campbell Frank Hausman and week-end from a vacation will Harvey and Paul Rue Hank Bo\
.. Forest Burk. I! ;,, Poet: "Oh. thank you. w Thank
,,,"11'o. IH wer and Light Co. announce her committee chairmenat en, Louis Eaker and Harry Bowen you very much "-Ex
II, I J. Franklin read a re- l\.uR II the executive meeting of the
,, 'I REV AM II. SPEAR club Monday evening at the home ', J
to 'lie junior club sponsor, RECEIVE Sl'RPRISEEU'O E I '!II' .
of Mrs Virginia Walton. I '
,. II .1 I Elliott.
Member of the Homestead | Present were: Mrs Augustus ;:
"n,... ""'at meeting of the club 'Church nf. the Nazarene and friends Wynn Mrs. R. E. Sherard Mrs. I Jack 1CI'x"IIIUE' HonirdJohnson I
will, m' it., Id Aug 12 In the club. gave a pound party at the cholr- |I Ansel Borrow Mr Geo. H. Fitz- I Poll DRUG
,,,.... ( i
ii tra* announced practice hour Friday evening as a patrick Mrs. Fletcher Bryant Mrs
il'i, +".-..111 were Mr R. O:Shore, welcome to the Rev. Robert H.I I j;;Olln Wright Mrs. W. B. Caves. i iI I Phone 30 and 101

Miv iudc: Mrs. J. D. Perkins, I Spear pastor of the church and Jr., Mr*. Lucille Reed Mis F. B. ,
Mi, :Siimiklin Mrs W. R. Ander- Mn. Spear pianist who had returned Greene Mrs. L. T. Proctor Mrs M IESKIN WATERPROOF
....ii. \li-i Franklin Mrs. Cron- with their son Robert, Jr.,II I Herbert Turner Mrs Ernest Sher'i plASTERYou
.1+.* Mrs FoulkW I the preceding day from an evangelistic ard Mrs. R. J. Elliott Ms. Bruce ADHESIVE TAPE
trip to Washington D. C. Ennls, Mr*. T. J. WalkerMrs.. get three pieces S Just the thing for vacation
>III+"'.\I.F. ESJOYAUI.EM. CIt.1N. 'I inch x 4 Inch in glassine because It'. water
Md., Harbor
Hollywood Egg
I Frank Bernecker, Mrs. Bird, Mrs. envelop*. Fin quality.A proof.You can swim.
r. U v. REPORT SHOWS J., and Wilmington I I I Walton. Miss Pearl Whitaker and real aid to relieve mini, fishing, go etc., yet
Tin H..mestend B P. W. C. Mon- Mr. and Mn Spear also visited Miss Geraldine Reitz. o piessur* on corns, bum those minor cuts art
ti.." slight' gave a vote of thanks to relatives in New York and New I I Ions, tender feet, etc, protected with t tape
.11 It.....' who assisted in giving the I Jersey during their trip. I f 3 Felt back. that stays on. f yd,sizey .
Ifc-rt inhu benefit musicale In the I Present were: Mrs. Geo. N. -.A NOW 1 h *. : *;;: %: MM..M.CO.
Wakefield, Mrs J. Roman Mrs. '
WIIIIII.M Club building Friday evening EPISCOPAL AUXILIARY 31t"
Ralph Kingman Mrs. Julian H.
Mn. I. P. McLean musicale PLANS FOR BAZAAR
I i'Webster Mrs. Lee H. Lehman
(minium reported that the pro- I Plans for the bazaar that will f|I Mrs. C. J. Parman Mrs. W. K. Retail Theo"i CIICOLD
nun. hud received much be later In the 1
given given year were Haas
I Mrs. Bird Miss But CREAMThe
fnvmiiiilt comment and that apinvxiniiilely made at a luncheon meeting of I terfield.i I Miss Mary Jackson, Miss Gardenia
ten dollars had beenrlfniviii the Woman't Auxiliary of."'Sf. kind actor ass
Alia Webster and Miss Hausman.
fiom the silver offering. John's Episcopal Church Fridayat I ] FACE POWDER for extra thorough skin

An .HIM will be made, It was de-I the home of Miss Bertha Nill A big; face powder ralue. cleansing.
cidiil. i.. have state and national Hausman. Soft, satiny, tone-blending
0/ due paid early In September. Member were J.JIICI to do mdse'I powder at a real.low price.NASUULla r GQe ".

Pn-M'Ml were: Mrs. B. A Wal-I Red Cross sewing for the local unit.1 1I tf RACHtl LIGHT < / \ LI. SIZE

din. Mm. Virgil Lyon Mn. (Bras.ti Announcement was m |e th.t' ''Jb. IACHU CAM VMS SMALL DRUG ITOIIGetElkay'sWtiiteSho

CliiHW Mrs. Cina Stewart, Mr*.I the next meeting will be a .
I IVtiiher, Mrs. McLean and i eon meeting on. Sept. 5 lunCh-I./ I !I-:" hoe SIZE
MINI Ann Lee. I I home of M.... W. R. Bird. 1- Now 9Cs..R.u
t c
I sass P01,1 Cleaner for
1j spkk-and-
-- - -
1 I II. I spas whit shoes. For
:> m f/lby'i FlY KIllER all types shoes. Cleans
i and whitens. Does not

I. A"nOll1lCe11le"t' J I H pf3 7s 'w Real flies killing' wo power qui* rub off,

{ i Dsp,lasting want of(.s
**-, with Tn nalqu, the CLEANER and POLISH :
I UatM-lM method . Cool, W21vzzf
Dr. G. 0. Brewster will reopen his 1, safe. oomfortabUIAh. w scax. :
,office' for. eye, ear, nose, and throat. ; forChuu II r CARBONATES 1 1Extr.
t treatment in the McCrory Arcade C- COMPOUND 67e <"

,: .Monday, August 4. I Iou trsliwtxcM Pleasant way acidity ta ntu. 490 .bt'1 rlllYor.QlliCllf9c 1U.2S. :.

Glasses fitt d. . Aloe. .... ln ll Mil* IIOH I :
Nsaiw.lw i Mt MALL Mue trot __ '
P nMMttt Wt-w

Office r hours 9 to 1 daily except ALICE'S BeAUTY I Ice Cream Made Fresh Dailyin

Sunday. PARLOR :

Our Store
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.' BOYS TO R. A. CAMP ,think of going hunting or fishing
RATE first insertion 10* a Hue; subsequent Insert**
Circle Four of the Woman's M..- i without having a game-bird fea'ther I
5t ales
i ilonary Union of the' First Baptist 1.---- stuck In his hat. He tells r +

> Church decided at its meeting I: himself that It Is Just useless superstition t

Tuesday afternoon at the home of yet he'd never really RENTFOR I k l lI
L. A. Wise to send two luck LOANS.
Mrs. mem- I expect unless that feather I Is ..

i ben of the local R. A. to the Royal W. F. A. Robertson left Wednesday -I there! RENT-6 room downstairs LOANS TO BUILD MOD":ltl>fi7 ,

;. Ambassadors three-day camp at I for Fort Pierce. Ii apartment with 2 porches. _All I REPAIR Residential Oi.iv

f Snapper Creek Aug. 18-20. The Live Worms modern conveniences. Inquire and Business Propel

J.,boys elected for the trip were I M.I'IM E. J. Rhodes and daughter.'i You can keep worms' alive on an P O. Box 1173. Homestead. From $30 to $5.00OfromQ

( Elbert Newton and Virgil Rad- P. Ingram, left Mondayon !extended fishing trip by packing (Al.2t S year
a trip to South Cooling and them In clean No Down ,
ford I moss In fruit Jars Payment-No Reef 1'><"*
Mrs. J Lawrence Scott, Red Delaware. or tin cans. Just cover the jar FOR RENT-Two-bedroom apartment SMALL MONTHLY PAYMKNTS:

Cross chairman for the society, reported I I opening with cheesecloth or burlap all electric, furnished I $200 for 36 mo.-Repay $1I.tll: "....

that the circle has 101 hours Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Kearns 1 to let the sir get In, and keep minutes drive from Homestead, $:509 for 38 mo Repay $15.97! ,"'100

to Hi credit I moved Monday Into the Dixon|the moss moist Federal highway Biscayne|I $1SOO for CO mo.-Reps M..W:

The next meeting will be held apartments on Eighth street. drive, Modello. Mrs Eva Colllns. mo.
-at the home of Mrs. J. R. Pope It :- I He: :"I always ;; ;;stamps Ask for FREE Estim.> -

announced. I Mrs. Fred Barker returned Tues( Without Obligation
was on your letters, for I know that
,, present were: Mrs. S. H. Fitch day from Key West where she,your sweet lips have touched RENT-Rcsidence i in Florida LOANS can be secured to Abut i n-
City 3 bedrooms
Mrs. T. E. KIrby. Mrs. Tom Vann spent two weeks with her hus- them. ; fireplace, Ire and Repair LEASrn Oa
tric stove, running hot and cold
Mrs. S. L. Kendrick Mrs. A. L.band who is employed there. She: "E-e-e-k! 1 always dampen two bathrooms MORTGAGED Property.We .
water ; reason also have FHA. LOANS: for
Bnnnon, Mrs. Scott, Mrs. Pope them on Fido's nose."-The Cash able rent. Apply Leader-Enter
New Homes, payable monthly I
and Mrs. WiM. I Helen and Glenn Schroeder left prise. Over 20-2S
Mrs. Harry Hall entertained Circle Monday for Hobe Sound where I "I see one of our destroyers is Let us supply your BUI1.PINH

One at her home Tuesday at. they will visit their aunt, Mrs.: reported fast in the mud." FOR SALEFOR HEEDS. Prompt Service.

ternoon.' I I Jessie Arnold. until fall. I "Well BROOKER LUMBER &Ju. l

Mrs Pete Morgan gave a talk on | "I was just thinking that a ship SALE-3-bedroom. modern Phone 82 Uome.u,',1.| Kl*.

'"The French Missions In Louisiana" I I i fait in mud ought to be a recOrd noose on Krome ave. near 8th st.
i Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Sott, Jr., of
Mrs. Catherine Plckard1
; f| breaker on the open sea.-" Apply Herbert Turner. U8-22)) )
i Miami were Sunday visitors of Mr. MISCELLANEOUS
spoke on "Victories in EvangelismIn The Stanley World.
China I and Japan"! Mrs. T. D. I I and Mrs R. E. Scott. | : FOR SALE-Baby guineas
"" "" (
""m'' months old. Me each. Helen
Fiche told the story of a Chinese I I I |
cles may be valuable. $" Klsl:
college student; Mrs. T. T Bowen Mrs. S. T. Robinson and Whiting Ferreyra Roberts ro djust
ton Hanson 207 Horne Bid ( ,
north of Avocado ;; p-iJlli
spoke on "Evangelizing Evangel-I I Harold DeiU and Mrs. Lake Deitz Iit drive.dIt

Ine's Land"";' and Mrs. Dexter of Homestead and her children i!t Does Your Car Have ) QUILTS LAUNDERED 3k- >'nch. I

Home made a talk on "Across Betty Joe and Bobby, left last week BARGAIN-Blooming size African Blankets, double or single| ; .nidbedspreads I

take Verette to Four Mile". for Warrenton, Va. ,: violets 25c. Rcdd's Dry Cleaners same price. ills

Present were: Mrs. J. M. Forte, I :1 1 Any of (pa-8)) Xeltt Jackson, IIS S. W.:fD4i xt, !

Mrs. W. D. Coker Mrs. Morgan, Homestead. (n\t.l-lt.) i:
Mattson down
Mrs. Bowen, Mr*. Plckard: Mrs.Fiche I Rudolph came These Faults? FOR SALE-Two 90-ft. lots on
from Fort Pierce Tuesday to attend
Mrs. Home and Mrs. Hall. S. Krome. See owner. Mrs Eve WANTED I
to business matters.
The next meeting will be held at Collins, Modello. :
WANTED 10 to 20 cii- v+tv ,
the home of Mrs Bowen.
111 FOR SALE-5-acre Persian lime will trade my equity In i its ;
Circle Three met yesterday afternoon Mrs. Rhoda McDaniels was taken
5 old full home and cash. J. K. I Virn.
grove, years now in some
Kendal for
to treat-
at the home of Mrs. How- hospital
bloom. No buildings, only 2 miles I 214 Halcyon Arcade, MI,,,....
ard Johnson. Circle Two will meet ment Tuesday.
Lacks Power and Speed from bank, $2,200 cash- Florida. Phone 22463."Ji:
today with Mrs. Charles Martin.
C-A-S-H. Do not ask for terms ', i
""Y 9
Mrs. Hard to Start ,
Georgia Biggers entertained
WANTED-One or more r wing
Trees need some fertilization I
Circle Five at her home Tuesday S ,I machines to be loaned -it ,...-
I Uses Too Much Gsa? but you will never get more for)I
afternoon. Mrs M. W. Craft con It is nated to South DHde Uiili K,,' :
your money a giveawayat
ducted the devotlonals. EXPERT Vibrates or runs rough? $2,200. H. A. Cameron, Phone I I Cross Mrs B. A. Tlbbit;;. Plum- I
The next meeting will be held ; !'' 240. ..4
Homestead, Florida (alltf)
at the home of Mrs. Craft Sept 2 Sluttish and No Pep? 'I

Others present were: Mrs. J. C. BARBERING I ; FOR SALE Tropical' plants, rJt- i|[' TUTORING WANTED"-;/ i
Vann, Mrs. H. E. Redtn, Mrs. Susie 1 : rus trees and troplcai fruit .Uj school and grade school surfits..

Proctor, Mrs. Gerda Freud anda i season. Jungle. Grove RedlanO ] Mrs. H. J. Armstrong A Ism

viiitor Miss Josephine Pratt. I t'. I road and Plummet drive I Plummer drive and Cunni'/
I HAIRCUT ...... 40c ; Drive Into our garage and have ? !I Club rood.
NOTICE OF APPLICATION rOg PAPAYAS, 5c a pound.. Mrs Kelt) I -
TAX DEED-P/I. A.... I | the engine SCIENTIFICALLYr Jackson, Hi S. W. 2nd St.,I NOTICE: OP APPLICATION 0409
Chapter HIT--Art. uf 18S1 ..... TAX DEED-Hl salad
Notice la hereby. .1... that David Homestead dnld-tf) Nntlr. la .hereby glvmi that 1t"I..
Harplry. holder of SUM and County Tax I 1 TESTED with our new SUN Ine, holder a> ...I.n.. nf ....10.. ni,..
CartiMrat No. Him ....... the Bib daof > MASSAGE ...... 40c FRYERS FOR SALE 2V lb. trlrt Ta> Certificate, Numbered. S'"*., ,h' .,
lu... A, D. IMS hat filed. MB.. lay I :MOTOR TESTER and see for per the Nth day of A........ A ll. fIlled 0" .
.. offk*. and h. mad. apparition fot iUi Shanklin Groves. Florida City. Mid Certificate. In mr offNtmadt .na a.
a deed to b> (mount .0._.. SiklCntiflrit I tIt application f.* tax died i I,., 1...uIh.
*, ...br.... the following dfrrlbnl BUSH'S yourself what la needed to put ( pa22)NOTICE ) ...... In ........1.... with law Klo <"' 1Ufleat. "
/ properly In the County of : emhnrso the '"II....'.. .I.r. .t.peep. .
state of Florida, ....It I OP APPLICATION ion 0 ,..
D.d.'j In first clan operating con- ", situated' In Dada C..Q. Vt..1
B. S' Lot 4, Blort 14. EI Portal TAX DKKIt-File Na. II1SINotlire wit
Ilea I. a Sub.. Plat Book IS. r... II. f hereby given/ mat Norman and E.: .ISO ft. Lad II. fL.. Hi....
In 'he,0.....* 01 o.. MI BARBER dlllon. Mary Uarwlra. holdrra an tolgnra off I Sukdn. flat I'.,.k I. Faun 4K. I- t'...
The kMrMmtnt Mid underthe Ct'S of Rmnh Miami Tax Urtlflral.ilNumherrd I
property | .,. .
In Dado County "' of Florid.Th0
iidM":1!, rtifir t WM In the home ul: I K* and lid, dated the till day i ,,
W Fadden. I ; of Junt. A. D. IU', have MM ..Id C.,. assessment ul sold pmiwn.Ihe u...'
UnlrM .Id wrtlflraU .thai b. rtdtrmrdactording I SHOPN. llflraM In my 011I... and have nude ap. Mid rtlflrate. toned was In thof '"
tu law, the property dMrribed i Preston B. Bird Motor Co pllrallon for tat deed to Iwue them.n la | Unknown.Unl.a. ... ,, .
therein will hi told W the highest bidder; arevw'Imnce with law Saul I'rrllfkatnemrrara I MM Certirlraw shall loa .iaccording "
.t the Court the Ui law. tax eked vlll .. '"
HIIUM d"r on the tint following drv-rrlml property
Monday In the month of September, l .l. 1 South Krome Are. Ph. 11jj .""..... In Paid County llorliU. towilU : l'h'rs.dt .n the \WIN day uI ... .o',. r
which la the' l"t day of gertnrber' | 2'. Slink 5. Dm View. I'.rk A. D. K4I
listed this lath day .f July: t1W. KROME AVE. jj OPPOSITE TAG AGENCY Amended.' Plat Uimli 17. Van ou. In the Dated this. ftth day nf Augu i o.
X. H. LEATHERMAN clerk I City of fUuth Miami, Count, .., .1941..
Circuit Court, II.... County. FI lIda. I Stale nfFlnrlili. .. .mhr...... In ; E. B ICATHIMM'UNITED I NC1..1
Circuit Court Bealby ,fl .. No. H.. Thr assessment.f aid 1'.dr'l 0 CIre10; .... .
N. C. STERRETT D. C. ... ........ YY'f'YY' Any under the laid Certificate sword 1'.01.' Count 1'Ctren't ...
r ,I In the name of ......,. of rmma _m I C, rt ....1
Lot 27. Hi-oil S. gf-a View I'.rt Amend. Ny S C 'TEMkF.1 I. .
Releasing rd.. Plat Rinik IT. Pan Ml. In the Cur 'A us I Jr,. '2. 29 Sept I. I I ,
nf South Miami County of Didje S....I
nf KloridN, at embratwd. in Ofrtlflia.e L I' 1.tr.5 THt.RM AN. t ,
thePWEBthat No. 849. The assessment of uid p........ Circuit C..utt. INs.k Cc unls I I ...
STEP-UP END TABLES ty under the laid r.nlflr>u .issued. was /Circuit Cotur1 Mat
In the sans .If .int. of Em: Johlwm.Unless by N C IITERRn" I. ,
Mid Certlfkatea'hal ho re.dwmed .July II. 1M. 1ft A.. I. r
makes affording to law ta% deal will
.knew there"n ul tilt lath day nf A.......
$3.50 to $8.50 is isWITHIN A. D. I'<1. 1 )EF SE
cou WELL! Dimwit this Hill day of July A. D. lull

Smith-Graves Furniture Co. DR.M.A.BEJIGERDentist

Phone 248-J Homestead j BUY'

Office Hours 8:30-4:30

SM1SM1M1W WLII" ..-..."."................".."..."......... YOU STATES
Health and physical well being are Open EnDlDPlHllnt1 SAVINGS
struggling to overcome disorders
First National Bank
TRANSFORMS: within your body. But they need I BONDS

help. The power that will make AND STAMPS
Get a rich Tile-like effect on you well Is within you. Let Chi- Building y

tttchen: and bathroom walls ropractic direct your efforts. But '

II at a, fraction of tilt's: cost. In you Chiropractic call on It!cannot An appointment assist until Is [nIt 'R."S. AKERS-- !

easily arranged. :
a tithe of the time tile-setting HOURS I DENTIST ;: I / t t

takes! Tile Board "comes ih
':11 to IS: Ito4:30.41oa jOffJoe Hoorst f a. m. to t .. m: I AMERICA ON GUARD!

many colon, contrasts. Ask for Tuesdays: ':11 t* II! t to ..3I 1 the 'K
aadaysi I to ISi I Above Is a reproduction '>
Sundays by Appointment lKfe.,..
details Closed Saturdays i Treasury psrtmnt's

Dr. R. J. Elliott .I I Savings duplication Poster of the showing origin ar-M-filet.;, vio

BROOKER LUMBER CO. INC. | Free Parking Space \ MaJ>" statue by famed .">''tor
McCrory Arcade I aniel Chester French. Ixu"ise
Lumber, Hardware, Saab Doers. Tools Phone MlWHOMESTEAD. 1111 N. W. SITH ST, MUMli Bonds and Stamps; on aale ae Dist

PHONE U HOMESTEAD. FLORID FLORIDA i PHONE i-iui i- I bank or post When, are a vita ri

S\IJYo..N...........:SY.'L..r-'LSD.1h.....-N.............VoI\.V of America's defense prapamk,ins.Y .





years of his actual... There are sources of Information. Experience during hit absence.:
few who doubt that If it had not is, of course, 'the best guide as to About 60 miles of pipe have been
procedures: to follow and varietiesa
been for the malignant ailment at the
processed treatment plant to
(Continued from Page One) which caused his death he would I (Continued from Page One) plant"Var date. The pipe i* now being put
have been working for another \MIl vegetable have ornamental -
a frontage of 900 feet on east aide t glad to co-operate in the organizing through the plant at the rate of
20 or 30 year for his community a* well a* utilitarian value,
of the Federal highway from Avocado
and Instruction of such a class 12 carload a day.
and his dearly beloved Lions Club Dr. Andersen pointed out Hi
drive north. It li bounded 11 I
The proposal will be acted
uponat mentioned Lieut W. L. Sawyer, resident
Burial was in Palm Cemetery at peppers certain varieties -
on the south by Avocado drive, on I
the next business session of the
which It ha a frontage of one Naranja. Turner Funeral Home I club. of squash, peas, pole beans, I officer In charge of constructionfor
in of rhubarb and parsley as vegetables the navy, said yesterday that
half mile,and on the west by New | was charge arrangements.
'As at the beginning of the first that have Min Kathleen Ross, daughter of
tun road where It hat a frontage,, | Pall bearer were Don Talbott, long been used as semiomam.ntala. -
of 2,000 feet. The Tapawingo Inn/ Harold Kendall. J. W. English, W. world war, we are hearing now of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Ross of Redlanl -,'
the Importance of local production Mrs. O. W. Calkins had received a civil service1
cut into the federal highwayfrontage i W Allan, T E Kirby ,and ,John presided at
of the site j 1 R. Craves. Honorary pall bearers Jof essential vegetables," said Dr. the meeting In the absence of the appointment as typist in his of-
camp I Andersen. "We all hope and believe fice. It was announced also that
Blue print call for the buildingof were Roscoe Brunstetter Earl president and vicepresident.In .
a community canning shed, an Middleton and Glenn Gold of MI. that this country' will not be a contest to Identify branches John Russell Gatlbreath of Jacksonville -

Assembly building, a nursery for.lami I past district deputy governors invaded!, but It behooves us at the of 24 tropical trees and shrubs, O. had been sent here s*

children of the workers, a ['of Florida Lions; Chas. Pratt, W. same time to prepare for the W. Calkin won the first prize, M. junior civil engineer to assist Lieut

building and a clinic. Sewer to-lO.. Talbott and E. H. Gallsrier, past [worst" M. Black, the second prize; and Sawyer. Both addition to the

cDitie; will not extend to the Indi-I president of the Redland'DistrictLion Large growers of special crops, Chas. Pratt, the low prize. The local navy office personnel were

vidual homing units but will sere Club: such a* tomatoes or potatoes, might contest was directed by Mrs Berman made on Aug. 1.PEACE .

number Of comfort stations conveniently Mr. Flsk Is survived by his wife, well plant home gardens of diversified Hemlein plant identifcation

located. Genevieve, and two daughters, vegetables for their own use chairman, who refused to let the

Miss Helen Imlay Flsk of New York I i Dr. Andersen said. Local-market women take part. t'

City and Mrs. Howard Stitt of: growers should plan to expand Mrs. Edward Norman, Jr., Joint )

FISK Summit, N. J. Mr*. Stitt wa here their growing' operation to meet hostess, presided at the punch bowl.

for the funeral. Attending also I increased possible demand for the Home-made cookies: also were I

were Mr. and Mr*. Ben Frantz of I products In Miami and vicinity served.

(Continued From Page One) Ellzabethtown, N. J.. brotherinlaw Those who already have home ,ar. Pesent were: Mr. and Mrs. Her- pal

trrnatlonal to make 4t possible for and sister of Mrs. Fisk, who)dens could easily grow more of man Heinlein, Mr. and Mrs. Henry

the club to take In ai many grove were here on a visit when Mr. their year-round needs ; Ruegg, Mr. and Mr*. J. F. Ham-

f owner and business men a* might Fitk ,became critically 111.Mrs. 1 "A war garden I la no different I mett, Mr. and Mrs. H. N. Mo.-

desire to join. The name was Flsk will accompany Mr.I' than any diversified peace-time wall, Mf. and Mn. Calkins, Mr.and

changed to Redland District Lloni, and Mrs. FranU when they leave garden", said the speaker. "There Mr. and Mrs. Black Mr. and Mn AND QUIETBE

Club and the weekly meetings Saturday to return home. are now-.s during the last warnumerous Mrs. Pratt, Dr. and Mrs. Andersen
held In the evening and In Idea book and bulletins Norman Mr. and Mr*. Stadlg and
center of the fruit growing wer'l Ion gardening. Some of these are: Mrs. Joel J. Robinson.

area Instead of in the LIME SIDPPERS I "'The Florida Home Garden' by 1 Those for whom we grieve

Homestead.The .r. S. Jameson, Florida Extension knew eternal peace 411 Is
membership of the club Service Bulletin 107, Gainesville AQUEDUCTContinued
these who are left wbebear
(Continued From Page One)
grew by leap! and bound until at 1941.
the burdens ef grief.
York, Philadelphia and other .
the present time there- are 80members market -I Can Surplus Fruits and Vegetables' When yen are sorely trao-
center to contact the usual
and fairly long waiting outlets for Persian limes from by Isabelle S. Thursby, Flo- ( From Page One) bled _'& yea let m help

i list of applicants. The Lion Den rida Extension Bulletin 103 Sheet and Metal Co. Youngstown you? We cam yon knew,
this district, ascertain what 1
In Silver Palm, which the club wrong and what i* needed and* Gainesville" 1(39. Ohio Ninety carload of this pipe I) because ef many yean ef
built, becomes a community-wide 'Florida Fruits and Vegetablesin consist of special length for laying experience la helping
proceed to act according to hit best
meeting place every Tuesday night judgment L. L. Chandler of the Family Menu' by Mary A. the aqueduct along bridge and other Yea mar rest assured -
when dull cane Is banished and Stennl, Florida Department of under water at draw (pan*. that everything will
Goulds, former chairman of the
everybody has a good time. |Florida Citrus Commission and :Agriculture Bulletin 48 (new series Geo. M. Ryder will arrive withina be dose la the right way.eoeoomically. .
Mr Fitk was the "sparkplug"of ). Tallahassee, 1931' week to take charge of the pro- .
prime mover In steering the
the Lions Club. He made it recent -, "They can be obtained from the cessing plant of the Standarl Asbestos
his business to work In the forefront -I lime marketing law throughthe county agent1 office or from the Manufacturing It InsulatIng TIn Proves or DIOMITYTumer's
legislature, will, contact the
for the accomplishment of commission (I'original source. Suggestions made Co., while his father, W. E.
request that Itsrepresentatives
any project promoted or endorsedby :in these reference, should be Ryder, president of the company', Funeral Dome
In the
his club. He started the marketingcenters taken] with a grain of salt .
movement work with Mr. Parman in1 i! however returns to Kansas City to dispose, 14-HR AMBULANCE SEKVICE
for a swimming pool In ,I since they are somewhat of business that has accumulated

Homestead-promoted the collect 1 a his solution Investigations of the problem.and attempts atj I: general Seed catalogs, especially Keys aqueduct began arriving at IMy Atteiriaatrbene

lion of dimes and nickles and larger 'j those published by local the treatment plant her Monday! fit BeoiesleU
Contemplated to :
amount of money for this project. measures relieve companies, are also valuable :from the mill of the Youngstown
the situation sales
The epidemic of bank failures tied I are promotion ,
through radio broadcasts
this money up for several yean
I in the affected market and
but part of it Wit eventually released -
other methods of sales stimulation
and turned over by Mr. Flak
and his fellow Loan: to be used In that may be decided upon by Mr.
Parman and the citrus commission
the construction of the Chamber-
I of-Commerce-sponsored municipal I representatives after conference
with firm through whom the
swimming pooL .
lime are marketed. An
aggressive UseRedland
Mr Flak served terms as president -
Persian lime marketing program .
I vice-president, director,
expected to result.
and publicity chairman of the
Mr. Parman will leave on a
Lions Club. In 1938 his tireless
board streamliner today for
work in behalf of his own club, York. Sell-I

and Its projects won for him el.c-I

tion as district deputy governor of I In for Life Brand
Florida Lions It while behold
was "Married life isn't so bad, is It?"
j this office that he Initiated In I I
"Oh, it's all right alter you get
his own club movement for
a a
to be a trusty. -Ex,
state highway patrol and then as I'I I

I district deputy governor carried
I IDriver's
the Idea to all the other clubs In Fertilizer
Florida where It was taken up and

f ( endorsed enthusiastically. The result 1 rOn

1: Is the present state highway LicenseAt

patrol created by the legislature In

i 1 1139, made stronger In, 1(41 and The

on Its way to becoming one of the Your Groves

r best highway policing organization, JUSTICE OF THE .I
in the country. 'j
The year sat lightly on Bill

Flak' shoulders. So actively and Office in Homestead

I vigorously did he work In behalfof

the civic project in which he Open fromIa.dtop.m I

became interested that few people) Odd Fellew Bid*. I For Results "

j I dreamed that he wa within 15 I!

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