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Title: The leader-enterprise
Uniform Title: Leader-enterprise (Homestead, Fla.)
Portion of title: Leader enterprise
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: South Dade Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Homestead Fla
Creation Date: July 29, 1938
Publication Date: -1941
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1931.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 29, no. 2 (Jan. 10, 1941).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 29, no. 1 (Jan. 3, 1941).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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VOLUME XXVI-NO. 30 HOMESTEAD FLORIDA FRIDAY JULY 29, 1938 PRICE FIVE CENTS I
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Avocado and Lime Shippers :








Organize for Fair Practice .








PLEDGES FORHOSPITAL Eight Business Neon Clock Houses Advertising DefraudedBy Racket HICKSON MADE PRESIDENT, I




ARE Prosecuted. Jointly by the c1t and I CII1'nnto operate the, MATHERS SECRETARY WHEN

and a number of prominent local I large electric clock which was to
be the central feature of the signs ,
business concern, George Crick

NEARLY $5000 of Miami was committed to the I"I Armed letter from with Mayor this contract Tom Harris and FIRSROUNDTABiriSHPSTROKE

criminal court et record for trial I I endorsing him on the strength of ,

on in**** obtaining. money the council' action. Crick pro-

Subscribed under false pretense at a preliminary I I ceeded to solicit advertising to r I -
Meet-
$2,700 at hearing before Peace finance the tint sign and succeeded -' ''I I All Big Independents and
ing Friday Night; C. Justice S. L. Kendrick on. in garnering over $200 from unsuspecting WHILEAT

of C. Gives $800ORGANIZATIONS nesday. Bend wal *e("at $Wed-j merchant who did not CoopRepresented

en the city chart and at$!:l0 question his credential Poiea were OFFICE FATALTO Yesterday

TO on seven additional warrlr *I set up north of the power plant in ---

sworn out by individuals. I readiness for the sign. URGE STATE LAW FOR

FURNISH. '** _BED-ROOMS posing aa the owner of the Crick!I When neither Crick nor the sign 'V. M. BRADLEY RIGID AVOCADO TEST
Neon Clock Advertising Co. of mteriallzed after reasonable

People on Keys to Show Miami Crick managed to obtain length of'.time.and information
Would Market
Appreciation of Haven from:th* city council.about'three filtered through that the man wa William Milton Bradley, insurance Prevent I

Offered in 1935 month ago a contract authorizing attempting the same "racket" in broker and former bankaxecuve Glut by Inferior

hIm to erect three elaborate ".. other communities, Mayor Harris of Homestead, died at Cuban Fruit
come" sign! at the city' .el.1 Issued a warrant for Crick's arrant his residence in Sevilla at I:30 p.

Widespread 'to endorsement be Ift'Yedb1 The city agn 4 to erect the pole and calleclln the aid of the sheriffs m. yesterday, following a stroke The Dad County;;; Grower and
throu,1Outhe are office and Miami police department -
which occurred at his office in
tie proposed municipal hospital' Crick picked for Shippers I Fair Practice Association -
wa
TRANSPORTATION1TO up the downtown business section:
it shown by the steadily mounting, !I investigation on other charge by I shortly before noon* .Death was j was organized yesterday at

Volume of pledged contribution the Miami detective bureau a few,attributed to cerebral hemorrhage. luncheon In the R dlanda Cat

to ,iherprojert. which haves now 'SCHOOL I days ago, and was turned oWl; He was 08 year old and bad beenIn 'la Jo. ft. Hlckson a* president .
reached a total of $4,800 since the TRADE !
to Constable Joe Scarborough,who ill health for several year sad John R. Blathers, secretary
drive" opened at a meeting ot 30 I
held him in Homestead jail pending Funeral services will be conducted and treasurer.
business and professional mod at 'I .
TO BE PROVIDED the hearing. it the Homestead Methodist I Practically all of the larger Independent -
the home of Dr. J. A. Smith last Witnesses testifying at the hearing -
Church at 1 p. m. Sunday by the growers were represented -
Friday night when $2,700 was
,
and the sums for which they Rev James J. Richards, pastor I at the meeting, and the cooperative -
pledged. Arrangement will be made by had been mulcted were Mayor Burial with full Masonic ceremonies was represented by Its
addition to the cash pledges
In !the county school board to help Harris, on behalf of the city con- at the grave will be in'manager, E.!: A. Carter. Among
beaded by $800 voted at a special with the transportation of boy: tract; J. W. English $aO; Mrs. Given Palm Cemetery, Narinja. Pallbearers other present were: H. L M_
board of
of The directorsof'the
meeting who desire to attend the Nbrthslde Victor $::10; Mrs. Gussie Joiner are to be J. D. Redd, W. barger chairman of the steering
Redland District Chamber
Technical School In Miami where i$90; Homestead Hardware Co., H Woods Tom J. Harris, W. B. commute: John R. Mothers, manager -
of Commerce on Monday night, offers
trades and related academic subjects ,$30; Homestead Haberdashery, Coves, Preston B. Bird, and A. of South Florida Grower,
material at cost
of building
: exclusively are taught free $30; Max Lamer, $30; Mae Morris, R. Livingston Arrangements are Mr. Hlckson, Hickson Groves;
cent the Brooker
plus ten per by of charge to resident of Dade $15: ; and T. B. Grantham. $19. under the direction of Turner Funeral Frank Lardon, Gloria Avocado
Co. and W. Home Co.
Lumber U ,
County. Crick is said to be insolvent and Home of this city. Groves; Clarence: J. Pasman, Par-
and the donation of a tract of land
Those who would like to attend none of the money was recovered. man-Lehman Packing Co.; J. R.
for the hospital site at N. W. Tint Mr. Bradley came to Homestead
avenue and 12th street by County the county1 vocational school beginning In IDle from Damascus Oa., where Brooks, Brooks, Inc.; Julian Eaton,

Commissioner J, D. Redd, bring with opening of the school he had been engaged In the bankIng large grove owner; George L.

the total asset In the hospital fundto term in September are requestedto READY TO CLEAR business for several years to.,Swan, grove owner and sponsorof

date to nearly $10,000, accordingto leave their name and addresses accept a position as cashier of the the organization for the Red-

figure released yesterday by I with Mrs. Nell K, Walker, South TAX LIENS FROMFARMMARTSITE original Bank of Homestead. Later,land District Chamber of Com-
Preston B. Bird general chairman Dad member of the county school he was promoted to vicepresidentof merce. Sam J. Davis and Harold
of the campaign board 11 N. W. Third street, the bank and held that office Corn were unable to attend on

At a special meeting Monday Homestead; telephone No. 832-J. I until the institution was forced into account of Illness but sent word

night, the city council unanimously Boys who have finished the Sth liquidation by general business that they were in full accord with

agreed to sponsor the project) grade and) other boys who are 16 condition the movement.
old older eligible to Arrangements have been madeto The aim of the organization will
(Continued. on page Four) yean or are For the past four yean, despite
attend the school. Course and cancel all tax certificate outstanding Mr. had be to have grower and shippers
tailing health, Bradley
practical shop work are offered in against the 20-acre site of been actively engaged In conductIng of avocado and limes identified
electricity, ornamental Iron work, the proposed state farmer' market .. 100 per cent with the fair practice
ASKED general insurance agency
TO
C. OF C. a
carpentry, plumbing radio auto at the northwest comer of her and wa stricken while attending association. It was brought out
(Continued on Page Four) Palm avenue and the Oversea to routine duties In his that if such In organization had

HOLD 1939 FAIRONREDLANDSITE Highway as soon as a warranty i afflc He was aa active mem- existed last year efforts t* have
Tech Experience Plan deed I* received from South Dade ber of the Methodist Episcopal the Florida legislature pas a bill
Farm, Inc.. the pledged donor. standardizing the grade, content
To Be Tried at EdisonThe Church, a Shriner and a member
The town clerk Mrs. Flora D. of Royal Palm Lodge No. 100, F.: and pack of avocado might have
Myen was instructed to advertisefor been successful In spit of the
Georgia Tech plan of coordinating bids for the rasing of six buildings sir A. M. strong opposition raised by one or
The Redland District Chamber actual vocational experience condemned recently for safety He la survived by his wife, Mr*.[two big Independent The bill

of Commerce was again endorsed with school theory will and sanitary reason Mattie L Bradley of Homestead,l wa designed to prevent flooding
as the organization to sponsor the be adopted on a small scale, at by one son, William M. Bradley, Florida market with Inferior

annual fair or fruit festival of the Miami Edison High School duringthe Rotes Hear President Jr. of Crescent City, rim, three avocado and demoralizing
district at a meeting of the directors coming school year In an experiment daughters, Mrs. F. A. Ruff of MIamI (Continued oa Pall Four)
of the Redland District Improvement which if successful will Make Assembly ReportThe I His Mary Bradley and Mia

Association held Monday be extended to other schools in the Helen Bradley of Homestead; and
Plant Grass Borders
night" In the clubhouse of the county Homestead Rotary Club by two sister". Mrs. Agnes Rogers on
Woman's Club of the Redland The plan'I* to provide opportunity beard its new president, Willard and Mia Willie Bradley of Oax- Of Homestead Street

and the secretary; va Instructed for vocational students to attend M. Flfleld, report on the Rotary too, Go.
to writ a letter to that effect to school In the morning and Assembly which he and Secretary I Planting of grass on the shoulder

the Dad County board of commie*' forenoon and to Join the businessor George Flick attended In Lake Of Homestead streets, started
sioner I trade staff of tome commercial City last week. The assembly, THE WEATHER two week ago' through the cooperation -

The secretary' wa authorized' concern after noon. An experienced held once a :year I* primarily for of County Commissioner
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to write t letter also to the chamber -!I vocational Instructor will the newly-elected: president and -.M, J....... J. D. Redd, has been completed on
of commerce requesting that be employed aa a eo-wdiaator" secretaries of the various club : Mowry, street and Eighth street
the festival be held in Redland this' t* Cad place for students who throughout the state. slow I awn ....I -I Sells I and Is now under way on Kings

year to establish a 11I1011of alternating I desire to put Into actual practice A motion favoring furnishingby July 22 ---1"| I tiS .30.01! US: Highway. The work U not *

between Homestead and, in the afternoon the theories they the club of a room'in the proposed July 21 __ I U | 88 '38.0. II01 WPA proJect. '

the grove section M the scene of fears In the morning. Homestead municipal hospital July 24 _.I I M | 67 I I 1.28 Rain of the present week nave

the event The large playgroundpark Student would get no remuneration wa carried and referred to July 25 __I DO I I'ee |130.021 been so plentiful that the tram I*

tract of the Improvement asodattoB from firm with whom the board of director to* final action July 2C _...1| .1 I 68 |10.07)) growing in good snap*, B. W. Morris -

located at Redland road they Ire placed for practical instruction -\ regarding definite appropriation July 27 I $0 | 71 ;130.091| !| street committeeman of the

(Continued oa Paso Four) and meant of financing it. .July 38 __._.1| 19 1 72 |130.101| .23, Homestead council, said yesterday.





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Paw Two THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Friday, July 29,1938


r Princeton Playground LEAGUE STANDING It best. He's U1I too young to be ;
:Mechanics and This
Popular Paper 'includes
games played through trusted ai a pedestrian
I Group Gives Tea TodayThe I I, you know.iEx. .
July 28 1938.
,
; Offered in Bargain Subscription Club I Princeton, Playground Association W. L. Pet j .

1 '" '- will give a silver tea Brooker _._n....___. 3 .644 I -
i A double-barreled bargain in ;wide; variety of other from 3 to S o'clock this afternoonat I Home __._n' _... 8 7 ..334Gouldi ; Homestead

: good reading has been made available There are hundreds of ubJecta'l' the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. ..-..... .___n 8 10 .333;
to present and future subscribers making and -.. L. Murray on Coconut Palm drive If Brooker wins the game Ialn.t'Gould. Swimming Pool

t of this newspaper throughan farm aids and household hints. For and Bayview road to add to the tonight, the pennant forth
: arrangement with the editors the home craftsman there are tips playground equipment fund. tint half will be awarded that Hours

of Popular Mechanics Magazine about the care of tools and scoresof The fish fry held last Saturday team. If Brooker loses, how-;
Readers can now obtain a year's stories telling how to build furniture afternoon netted 140, Mrs. Jos ever, then the lumbermen will haveto 9:30 a.m. 9 p. m. daily

subscription to this nationally boats, radios, toys and mod- ,B. Elder, the chairman reports play Home Monday night I 1 p. m. 6 p. m. Sundays
known magaiine and a year's subscription .1s. In addition, the home me- I The program this afternoon will I
to this newspaper for a chanic will find practical suggestions consist of violin numbers by Dr. Safest Course '' Closed Saturdays for draining

total of $2.80. (Outside Dade County for taking care of his car, :H. S. Wolfe, vocal solos by Mrs. GooUby Well I sec you're and cleaning

10 cents additional). his radio, his boat and his house- i Wm. Musselwhite and Stanley letting your little boy drive the Free Swimming Instruction -
Popular Mechanics, virtually a hold and farm equipment. Wlttkop, piano solos by Mrs. Walter car now. I t

month-by-month record of hu- Last, but not least, you'll find I, H. Eason and readings by Miss Boneset Oh yes, we thought
man progress, needs mMtrtroduc- In this fascinating magazine photographs -'I,Mary Ann Brown. Mrs. Geo
tlon to most readers, but some of and explanations of hundreds ,Cooper will announce the numbers -
the facts about its contents may be of Inventions, devices so I
surprising even to those who readIt new you have never seen them or I I! Mrs. Josepph Fennell and Miss

regularly For Instance, It prints anything like them, but so practical Ruth Murray will receive the
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each year more than 8,000 InterestIng that you will be using many ;guests, and Miss Bonnie Condon
photographs and other lllus- of them In the near future. j,and Miss Mary Fisher will serve

ti.itlons, many of them In beautiful And every article, whether It punch.
colors, and more than 3,000 ar- describes an invention, a great : The playground Is located back
ticles. Including; about 150 big, scientific achievement or explainsthe !of the Hal McLaughlin residenceIn
full-length feature stories dealing construction of some simple Princeton.D. .
with the latest achievements In piece of furniture is "written so I

science mechanics Industry and you can understand It." L. Bowen Barber Shop

Moves to New QuartersDan
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Ten Inning Game I" .blr*. 0 4 I I II 1 1 '
I ... .. rf 1 e 1 L. Bowen, who conducts Carey Roofs i

Gives Horne Co. 9-8 I L.g..u. .act of : : e 1 : : 1Mol.nlel what Is said to be the oldest-es-
R. ealll..II .1 I 0 I 1 0 tablished of the several barbershops
Nelwe. p 1 0 0 I I"I'UII Homestead has trans I
Win i Over Goulds aar.he ferred In his business this week to! Make Your Dollars BicjcjerWE

I new and more commodious quar-
.
.11 t kk p. a sRu.
In a closely contested game last .. D. Redd building, a
fbwntkop. a I I I I ters In the J.
night on the local diamond ball .fH a 1 1 I few doors south of the First National carry Carey Roofing and Shingles la'
of the I Thorn.. p 4 1 4 suitable for buildIng
field In which many um Hroob, Ik I. 1 1 Bank. and varieties every -
pire's decisions were questioned T. ThoIn... d a I 1 .. 0 New customers' chairs, shop from the fine residence to the small poultry
C. Sulllv.n. If 4 1 1 I 0 .
Goulds
by both fans and players. C. BIoh.... mE I I 1 t 4 equipment and plumbing have been house. These roofs, mad by a manufacturer with
took a drubbing from Home, :, Sullivan.0 I. 1 0 I eHobbs. Installed Fred L. Link, pioneer
rf .1.1. over 60 of successful experience, cost n.
Into the years
to S, the game going
11'7'.1 0 a 0 10 1 resident of the Redland District
inning before a tied score was'I will continue to be associated with more than ordinary Meetings.That's .
broken. 1111 1 17 U 1

H.rn. ... .... _.. ..,.... 0" 10* 01Brook" I Mr. Bowen In the new shop. why your dollar grows, when you buy roof.
V.yi.1.Horns rfrb .k I't kk I M I 0 a 0. .. ...... ._... 100 lOt III-I tOt 000 OMBnokw -- | Ing from us -our prices and quality will prove It I

...hiM. Ik I I" 1 a e Three> .... bliss most horn roost 1 1ttllrra Eo Cotlhb ... ', Ml 071 OSl-14
,..... Iktank. 4 1. I .1 .. Choiklral ku .. b.,ll< off I N.IS. "
.1.. a 1 1 1 3 I .... H. Thomas I. struck wit by t Mon .- Two base bits MAIN thru bogie WUI BROOKER LUMBER COMPANY
......... tf- I" I I a. H. TkomM 10 W litters tome roast C. B lllw. l lon Mss.
A. Barrow, 4 I'. 4Mistretta Umpire rUlch.rt and Sinter.. halts I off C.ra t. 11.._ I. H
V 4 .1 a. .I aR Thorn. 41 rtnifk oat bra Cavw I, H. Telephone] 62 -. Homestead Fla.
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Friday July 29 1938 .
1 THE LEADERENTERPRISE'Pw Tht",

TOLERANCE SAID.PRESERVER "Tli council explained they are Funeral Services Held Mr*. Graham wa a member of critical Illness but arrived too
willing and ready to sponsor this I the Order of the Eastern Star and' late to tee Mm alive.
project and went on record a* askIng For Mrs.Edward Graham I of the Silver Palm Methodist: Alex 1>yal, who wa 75 yean
OF co-operation of the entire district I Church. old at the time of his death. had
There I I. a difference of Funeral services for Mr Mattie She is survived by her husband, his home in Cocoa, where he
opinion a* to the cost of the hospital twd daughters, Mrs. Minnie Jeffrey settled 46 yean ago. He visited:
u. s. DEMOCRACYIn Graham 59, of Redland, who died
"a It will depend entirely on Thursday of last week after an Illness I of Homestead and Mrs. Mary his ion In Homestead off and on
the tpye of construction, and It I of a year, were conducted Prideaux of Miami; a brother, for the past 10 yean. He was
an address on "International!I Is anticipated that It will be of'Monday at Turner Funeral Home George Layton of Boston, Mass.; ill only a few day before he diedin

Affair before the Redland District -concrete block construction."The i by the Rev. J. J. Richards, pastor and a grandson, Eddie Prideaux an Orlando hospitalHe
federal will of Miami. leave his wife, Mary; three
, Lions Club at the weekly Idn- government of the Homestead Methodist
I ner Tuesday, Francis P. Locke appropriate approximately 80% : Church. Burial was In Wood- son. E. J. of Homestead Wesley
member of the editorial staff of the of the total amount of the money lawn Cemetery, Miami. Princeton Woman Dies of Cocoa and Herbert of Sharpe;
, but It Is then that the three daughters, Mrs. Alice Brownof
Miami Daily Newt and newt com- necessary unit be responsible for Born near Akron, Ohio, Mr*. After Short Illness Sharper Mr*. Laura Alarden
sponsoring
mentator over radio station WIOD, those other funds. Unfortunately Graham wa married In 1892 to .....- of Titusville and Mr, Iva Jordanof
disclosed some of the Edward
dangers to A. Graham a steamboat
American democracy which the city 1 la not in a position to Funeral services for Mr*. Myrtle Elizabeth, Pa.; and 13 grand
lay In captain. They came to Dade
this alone It Is taking Nelson, 69, Princeton resident who children.S. .
the current state of world unrest. sponsor a* ,County in 1883, and resided at
Mr. Locke said the two approximately $5000 to $6000 Palm Beach, then part of Dade died Monday In University hos-
questions either in money or donations of I Later pital, Miami, after a brief Illness, Miami Townsend Club
uppermost In the minds of American County. when Mr. Graham -
materials. They want to know were held In the chapel of Turner
Here Sunday
people today are "can Amer- served a* master of steamboats Will Visit
that when It I* completed we are Funeral Home on Wednesday afternoon
lo keep out of war" and "can Amer-, In the service of the F. E. C.
able to put Into that building the with the Rev. C. A. Con-
ica maintain Its democracy." In Railway Co. for 17 yean, especially South Miami
Members of the
facilities of a modern hospital don, pastor of Princeton Nazarene
his opinion the twin phantoms of a I during the building of the Key Townsend Club will be guests of
Church, officiating. Burial in
foreign Invasion and the doubtful "The Chamber of Commercehad West extension, they became Interested was the Homestead Townsend Club
a meeting of the board of directors Palm Cemetery, Naranja.
danger from the communistic In this section and In
Sunday at the regular meeting
this week and pledged $800, I Mrs. Nelson was a native of
movement, constitute 1910 bought the grove in Redland
no menaceto I hour. 2:30: In the auditorium of
Denmark and came to the United
and approximately $1000 more was
American democracy. He J where they had lived ever since.
the Neva King Cooper School, announces -
State about 66 She
year ago
have
!raised yesterday. We pledged
spoke at length the value of
on John D. Wysong, secretaryof
I at this time $4735. I went up to I* survived by her husband, Con-
tolerance as a prime mean of preserving .Ing this It has been suggested that the Homestead club.
the WPA office today and talked rad Nelson and one ion, Earl Nelson
democracy In this coun(I' I I the city appoint a board of control both of Princeton. All local members are urged by
with the officials and it 1* goingto
I to select the people to manage I the secretary to attend the meetIng -
try.Also be simple matter to get this
a
Introduced by J. Marquette the hospital. Wtlh all the cooperation and get acquainted with the
hospital. I believe that the peo- Father of E. J. Dyal Dies
Phillips, program chairman, were we have I believe In 90 dayswe neighboring club,
a quartet of Kentucky, Hill Billies, ple of this community are goingto can see one of the most modern In Hospital at OrlandoWord
support this hospital as every-
led by Charles Greene of the WIOD hospital in the state located in SCHOOL HAS NEW JANITOR
staff, who rendered several vocal, one seem very willing and anx-, Homestead Any contribution of has been here of I James Gilmer of Homestead wa

dance and Instrumental ious."Charles Fuchs of the HoUum I any kind would help us raise part I I the death of xre tea of appointed Janitor of the Neva King

Preston B. Bird, number"1 Bakery said this afternoon that he I of the cost. We would like to hear :E. J. Dyal of Homestead In Orlando Cooper School hen effective July
the community hospital fund, would want to endow a room In from you. Let J. L. Burton know on July 18. Mr. and Mrs.. 15. He succeeds J. T. Tomerlin.
I what the pledges are as we haveto E. J. Dyal In Hendersonville,
stressed the need for such an Institution this hospital, to furnish all materials were
in the south end of the and equipment, regardless get 20% of this amount to certify N. C.. and Mr. Dyal hurried to I Want Ads Pay-Try Them
this to the WP A." Orlando of his father'!;
county and supplied details of the of cost, and he wants to maintain I upon new

project. His talk Is quoted ver- that room for the life of the hospital .
batim as follows: I '
or as long as he can. Other
"I was invited to the meeting at organization want to endow a
Dr. Smith' home Frlay night, not ,room. The people on the key Nave you Ceased to Study?
knowing what the meeting was I want to endow a room for the people I
for. I had heard some time back I there a* the people of
that there was a movement on Homestead have assisted them In : ":IF SO?GOOD NIGHT
foot to work up a project to submit ,their time of dire need.
to WPA that we might have I Mayor Stiffing of Florida City
facilities in South Dade CountyIn :wsa very generous in his donation -
the way ofj hospital. and pledged $450 from Florida A man named Brown and a man you are twenty-five years old is of

"Upon arriving at Dr. Smith' ,City. We expect Sunday to have named Black graduated from high no particular credit to you. You

home I found,. hat about twenty- 'the plan and have more or lessa school and entered business in New gained that simply on the education

four men were present. Mr. Par-,I definite idea of the fund we York at the same time. parents youeducationthat
man had drawn up plans for a need In matching federal fund, your gave
15-bed hospital They talked MaterIals have been offered at cost you no sacrifice. .
Both made At
I rapid
about the need for it in the community 'cost plus 10% from two organiza progress.
and asked that donationsbe tions. Another has offered to let twenty.five.each of them was draw- But the progress you make in the '

offered. When the pledges I us have electrical units at absolute ing $2,500 a year. world AFTER TWENTYFIVEthat -
were tabulated there was approximately cost.
$2400 with 24 people there.I "A I see it it Is just a matter "Coming men said their progress that you must make -
They selectedme as chairman of for the entire community to get by educating yourself. It will be
I friends. "If far
the hospital committee and appointed behind this, and I believe that in they are so alongat in proportion to the amount of
a few other officer that 60 or 90 day we can see them twenty-five, where will they be .
night with the Idea of going before breaking ground on the location at fifty?" study you give to your work in ex..
the city council Monday night, that J. D. Redd has donated. cess of the amount the other man

as It is necessary for a political "A far a* the management, Black went on. At fifty he is gives.
organization to sponsor such project there Is nothing definite on that.
*. It is not a city hospital. 1 In a* much a the city I II sponsor president of his company, with an
Really big men check themselves
income of $25,000 a year.
up each autumn, at the beginningof

But something happened to a new business year.

Brown. He never fulfilled the large

9afau on DisplayWe promise of his youth at fifty he "This year," they say, "I am going -

had hardly advanced beyond his to master one new subject. I

thirty mark. am going to pursue such and such

studies,which will increase my ability !
What was it happened to these and earning power."

two men, of equal education and-

j' so far as the world could judge The bigger they are, the longer

: equal ability? they keep themselves in school

I I will tell you. Gladstone took up a new language ;

after he had passed seventy.

Brown became satisfied. He

ceased to study: which means that Have you left school? !

: he ceased to grow. As a matter offact, did you grow

: Black has told me that when he mentally last year at all? What

,Are Not, a BankBat : reached $5,000 a year he said to definite subject are you planningto

We Are at Tour Service U Help Too himself: "I have made a good start. devote your evenings to this ;

PHONE -1351., MIAMIMODERNIZE ; Nothing can stop me if I keep my year?

health and KEEP GROWING. I

I I : must study, study, study: I must be "As a rule," said Disraeli, "the
most successful man in life is the
the best informed man on our busi-
who has the Informa-
,With in man most
ness the United States. "
Brigg's Plumbing FixturesDo tion.

There is the difference. One stay..
You Need Money for
HOME IMPROVEMENTS? ; ed in school; one did not. How much will you increase your :
I stock of useful information in the i
See U* at Once! We Can Make Your Reno- @
vatinc Possible! ; The position you attain before next business year?" i ii

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Pare Four THE LEADER "NTERPRIS! ___u ____ __ Friday July 29,1938

THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE I C OF ( be contacted with the idea of .
NO POTATO PACT BASKED having fair practice organizations

....- ,...... .. .-... PIa. formed la those localities. A statewide
or tile sm.ta .,.. P. I....,.. l. FOR FLORIDA AND I (Continued From >*i* One) fair practice league was seen 1-1 Little

Pie. A11CEER _. __ Rat.MA110145 and Coconut Palm drive will be aa the ultimate goat
LEACH AKCBI offered as I site for the 1938 festival Round table luncheon meeting '
-- .. .. A..et.Msnow" 12 OTI1ERSTATES of the Dade County Growers and .Z-Told

a. .-4- It was emphasized that thb Shippers Fair Practice Association
wank S. ..... at tile pea at'... at action was In line with policies will be held weekly. The next Usthat
_.... th..40.. eae.e 1M ... ..rr.w
Gainesville, July 26 There
s. isrt. outlined for the association by meeting will be Thursday noon of
will be no marketing agreement President George L. Swan whenhe next week at the Redlandt Cafe. -.... ....
lVa5CRIM0.S RATES and order program covering Interstate took office last year-looking
IN D.1. CaaIOlF _. M.HIIJ of many of the players and
shipments potato produced -
'( to the wiping out of any dog-in-
fans
at last
0.511. at DMt Cwat7.. .. In Florida and 12 other early the-manger feeling between communities HOSPITALContinued night's ball game are
of the
I opinion that the benefits ot
and Intermediate atatei.
of the district
Isle of Golden DreamsIn This was the decision of the Agricultural It was deckled that the associa: '' ( From Page One of optometry charge to should umpires.be extended free

Adjustment Administration tion's legislative committee would as soon at more exact cost data'

nature's plan I It found after It had received returns work with other groups throughout can be compiled and the sum to -that a certain elongated pharmacist

no retrogression; from a referendum of growers the state to keep Florida mar- be raised reaches the required hat lost his taste for water

Each mouldering form on whether they wanted such kets for Florida orange growers.Attention .'I total In the meantime the council melons since the last one was used

attains a higher plane.Is l program. In a report to the State was called to the fact has asked William Sydow, thecity's on i forward past to make a

Agricultural Extension Service,I that last week two ears of California : consulting engineer, to prepare touchdown for the fire station
life a stage, and death the AAA said that approximately Sunklst oranges sold In Miami the necessary forms, plans: team,

Divine expression, 75 per cent of more than T.SOI for $3.10 a crate at the car and specifications to support an I ......

Beyond the scope of eligible producer voting In the and $3.50 a crate at the curb market -' application to the WPA for federalaid. -that a genial, local magistrate
reason's proud domain? referendum favored the program at the same time that FkJrlda'or.n.t'I .
at loss to take
was t action
1 on arrest -
but that the favorable vote was were telling for ".25 to. According to Clarence J Parman warrants after the evidencehad

On every hand, the proofis less than 86 2-3 per cent in four $1.50 a crate. It Ves pointed out: Homestead architect who been eaten by at least a dozen

left engraved 1 of the eight proposed administrative that under a gentlemen's agreement hat donated hit services to the accessories after the fact.
Tho sage or fools Invent areas and lest! than SO percent with California no Inspection fund, the building he has designed .
their transient themes; in two. While the over-al barriers had been established I will cost about $65,000. Of this
I I vote was sufficient to make the against that state's summer: sum the government under WPA permit Judge Lowe laid he felt

Who doubU. thru God the soul:'program effective, It would not oranges as up to this summer FlorIda rulings will supply 80 per cent safe in guaranteeing the keys quo
I have been feasible to make' It appli ta of $500 and hoped the final con
had
find his
may its haven no summer orangei. Including all labor and tome ma-
And anchor near an Isle :i:cable in some areas and not In Now however this state has sum terials. The city as sponsor of tribution would be ever larger

of golden dreams? others, the report said. mer oranges and the 1939 legislature -' the project, will be required to when some of the wealthier rest
In the referendum, South Flor- dents returned to their winter
-c. E. Finch. will be asked to enact inspection underwrite the balance of 20 percent
ida growers voted 77.1 per cent In laws similar to those with or 13000. homes later in the year.

favor of the agreement, while which California keeps out competing : Dr. Smith recognized authorof With the exception of the $800

Liquor and Crime North Florida voters voted 79.8 percent products of other states. I the movement, told the council contribution from the chamber of

In favor of It. The improvement association Monday night that his personal commerce, as reported by President -

From 1932 to 1937 the ratio of directors voted to give I a fish fry canvass disclosed community sentiment George W. Turner, none of
drunkenness per 100,000 population SACKETTS VISITING HERE on the association ground In the' to be 100 per cent in favorof the local civic organizations have

doubled So says the Federal Bureau The Rev. Milton B. Sackett, near future for the benefit of the' the hospital program. He went entered actively the fund-raising

of Investigation of the Department former vicar of St John's Episco- Homestead hospital fund. Sen-'I Into some detail about the capacity campaign, but gratifying resultsare
of Justice. pal Church of Homestead Mrs ator Andrews and Representativeelect -i and facilities of the Institution, expected when the clubs get

The drunk driving ratio was 74.7 I Sackett and their daughters, Ruth Pat Cannon will be Invited' and laid the furnishings and scientific Into action within the next few.

per cent over 1932. Since 1932 and Dodo, arrived from Sanford to attend as guests of honor. I equipment would be "the best days, Chairman Bird said.
'
under repeal, drunk driving has last week for a visit of a week or The directors decided to make that money will buy." Joe L. Burton is secretary and
steadily Increased the percentage I len days and are staying In the Improvement of the associationtract I At in other hospitals Dr. Smith treasurer of the Redland District

by yean being 3.8, 16 4, 33.0, 48.7,'Holbrook house next to the residence IU major project for the coming said he believed a large part of Hospital Fund and also serving
74.T. In 1937 the Federal Bureauof of W. J. Clark on N W. year and If development of the initial cost would be subsidized with Mr. Bird on the general committee -
Investigation had reports from 10th street They are being entertained It into a park and playground with by endowment of wards and private and assigned to contact the

1.098 cities with a population of extensively by their community center necessitate rooms by civic clubs or In- various civic and fraternal bodies
17S54t 2. many friends here and In Miami deeding the property to the county dividuals. A bronze plaque, bearIng and communities of the area are:

The Federal Bureau of Investigation j They brought a boat and out- to do to without hesitation. the donor's name suitably engraved Charles G. Turner all women'
board motor on a trailer with them would be placed in each Ben
also estimates the total num- organizations; Archer, Homestead -
and Saturday motored to Key ward or room. He estimated the
| Club
ber of serious crimes In reporting TRADE SCHOOL Rotary ; George L.
a population of sixty million. All'West where they spent a coupleof lifetime endowment of a room at Swan the Lions Club and Redland
days slghseelng and fishing. $1,500 and said bout $150 wouldbe District Improvement Association;
types of crime except murder and, Mr. Sackett, who resigned his (Continued From Paso One) needed to furnish each private Gordon W. Ivey, American Legion;
rav.tcd assault increasing
an are
estimated for 1937 is vicarage here because of it mechanics and other trades and room. The hospital Ii plannedto George W. Turner, Redland Diiirlct .
The total
Increase health U well on the road to recovery their related academic subjects I contain seven single-bed and Chamber of Commerce; D.X .
1,415,816 major crimes, an
and expressed the hope such as English mathematics and Four double-bed rooms, In addition Bashor and Henry Behrens, No.
1937.
.
of 2 cent during I
per that some day he may return to certain branches of history. ,to the maternity and emergency ranja Masons; W. R. Bird, Homestead *
Homestead. Betty Gatlin will The school had only 88 students wards. ; Masons; Robert Glenn, Jr.
The razor-back hog famed accompany the Sacketts on their, when it opened for the first time E. R. Lowe justice of the peaceat !Odd Fellows; Edward Stlllng, Florida :

throughout the South Ii a direct return to Sanford. last year, but Its growth In popularity Tavernier, who represents Monroe City; W. H. Owens and D. L.
descendant of hogs brought to is attested by the fact that< County on the hospital general ,Bashor, Goulds; George Cooper
Tampa by Hernando De Soto in Harold Roberts Gets when the second semester openedthe committee, said the people on the 'and W P. Cash Princeton;

1539 it Ii reported by the De Soto Master of Arts Degree enrollment was 136, laid Mrs Florida keys were vitally interested Charles Pratt and John Neafsey
Exposition commission gathering Walker, The capacity of the in the project and would con I Redland; Curtis Lee and William

authentic data for use in connec- i Harold Robert, son of Mr. and school at present la 250, and arrangements tribute at generously as their now I Anderson, Silver Palm; and A.
tion with the celebration of the can be made to pro- somewhat limited means would D. Falls Naranja.
Mrs. Ernest P. Robert of Homestead -
400th anniversary of the landing vide for more students if the de-
was awarded the degree of
of thut famed explorer, to be held mnd arises, she laid.
master of arts In education by the
in Tampa Jan. 31 to Feb. 18, next. In addition to the day school (8
University of Florida on July 23, LESS THAN A DAY
classes for youths, adult classesIn
at the dOH'of the summer school '
the evenings are held at the
Death Takes Mrs. Mary; session which he attended. He received ttorthside Technical School from BRINGS YOU A WHOU VIA OP OOOD MADINOI
hut B. A. degree In 1930
7 to 9:30 o'clock. Classes in hotel
Elizabeth Taylor 46 :
and the degree of bachelor of THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE
raining, maid service and all
science in agriculture in 1931.
trades given winter and summer -
are
Mr*. Mary Elizabeth Taylor 46 Mr. Roberts teacher of biology 1"-0..Y.w a...'
of Modello, died in the county hospital 'at Andrew Jackson High SchoolIn .
Miami spent Sunday in Homestead AND
Tuesday after a short Illness. '
Funeral al'rvlce.11'''' conducted I with his parents. FAIR PRACTICE POPULARMECHANICS

Wednesday afternoon at the Sacred I

Heart Church In Homestead by Wagner Works on ThesisAt Continued From Page One)

Father Jerome supply pastor. Duke University prices.. The meeting went on MAO AZINC:

Burial was in Palm Cemetery record at favoring a definite program (&gri.,""Jwo..r-&I./ .

Naranja under the direction at\ Durham July 28 The half for securing Florida markets .
Turner Funeral Home. \1 million books in the Duke university for Florida growers. YOU GET THEM BOTH-A $340 VALUe FOR

Mr*. Taylor came to Miami I library seem none too many The need of giving Florida avocados -

Palm Beach about eight years ago I for the :2,1.00 students enrolled in' and Persian limes national ONLY $280

and find been a resident of the ,the first term of summer school, Identity through attractive merchandising t
Redlaod District for the past two ,especially with 1,200 graduate and advertising was '
)'f'In. She la survived by her I students ransacking every nook emphasized. It was brought out, 1C11P UP with the Jonetes, the Smith and yi*

husband, Thomas L. Taylor; five ,and cranny for Information about however, that contrary to popular ether neighbor by reading this aewtpaper and-

tons Thorpe Jack Robert, John their: particular fields. And no' conception, Dade County has '
and Alfred Taylor of Modello; two I busier group is to be found than only 25 per cent of the Persian KEEP UP wHh the rest ef the world by rending

daughters, Mrs. Louise Mills and the 121 student who are putting limes grown in Florida, and it POPULAR MECHANICS MAOAZINI
Miss Jeannette Taylor of ModeUo;I the final touches on their theses was held Important that other
five brothers, John Fender Hom-i in the hope of soon completingwork lime-growing aectioni of the state More ta.. 4,000 Pictures ,n<3,000 stories every yeti

ervllle, Ca, Timothy Fender,I: for the M. A. and other advanced Misdeeds of OMMief. wklac...Ubor-wTint ideas lana aids !
Folkaton. Oj. Robert Fender. degrees. leasehold kJ...
I .IaomI-u.op tipfcTbe 1MM famadoM bow
Lakeland Ga.. Olden and ; Among the students who area CLASSES TERMS .
Marcu',1 i drrkw which yon hew mom seta but which yo will ose Moor
Fender, Ray City, Oa. and ,!,doing advanced research work
a01
,, SMALL DEPOSIT ret* building, tsforth* oaf smas. II
sisters; Mn. Okie toward completing theses this summer I

erson. FU. and M.... Alice Is Principal Carl L. \VEEKLYPAYMENTS I VON SAYS MOMIY "sigaiM ibis coapoa mend aulllaa ee...,.,tt tetU ,
Valdosta Ga. Thompson <
BOOMS T, MrCIIOaT ARCADtHOlMl 1.
t N II 9. -.. lATl'KDAT .....< b 'a ee. bad No rear MVW sal Pgeiw ......... Ms..brto
I)R. C. II. DENBY Dr. Leonard W. Maskingfn a" ?01114SAMN..Mi.g1 !
-/ R-m aimmu... DR. B F. STEBBINS
OatMBtthte FkysManrite II ;11111"s ::. 10-pairlor ofCLASSES I ..
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** a I'- Ii HIM mM mi w glaresra..n
N R. 141 a1., lust PI. ..n.., .-"u I
Hoe neale .. n.. _.-... As. l'_...... .......
!.*.. fern* a*. own) CT- Dr. L. W. 'Tla ml" A..Ma
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:'- Friday July 29, 1938 /
THE
LEADER-ENTERPRISE
.. Paw Fit
.. iiM.: >.

1I'r" Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Johnson of Mrs. C. H. Steffanl and son. Bird Service Station

WrightsvUle, Ca. and their little Noel, and Mn. Geo. D. Ruehle and

! and daughter, Joyce, arrived yesterday IOn. Johnnie, picnicked In Miami Getting ImprovementsThe
: In Around to visit Mr. Johnson's brother Tuesday.

and sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs. south approach to the Pres-

Howard Johnson, and to take home ton B. Bird Service Station on
Helen Dent of Naranja Is visiting
their other South Krome avenue has been
daughter. Jsanncao,
Homestead Mrs. Sylvia Atkins West
who has been visiting here. Avocado ; on made wider and easier to 1M by
drive.
: i it can coming from the south by

Donald Talbott left Wednesday: cutting down the northeast corner
Miss Eugenia McDavid of Plant
of Mr. Bird's Buick-Pontiac building
night for
Kingston Ca to
bring
Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Wynn moved Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Hooks with back Mrs. Talbott who has been City Reltx. is visiting Miss Geraldine. next to the station.

a yesterday to their newly purchased their daughter Mn. Virginia visiting relatives there. They will Aa addition just completed to

r home, the former T. B. Cheyney Hooks Walton and her baby, Patricia return Saturday.Mrs. I the north aide of the station provides
a : 27 N. W. Third street.Mrs. Mr. and Mn. Lloyd Saul of
.? house at will leave Saturday for a a much needed storage room.
.*1 Wynn's father, A. D. Hardin two-month stay at their farm near I South Miami spent Tuesday In
.
Ga arrived Monday Palatka.Mr. Frank Skill accompaniedher Homestead at the home of Mr. '
M of Decatur, RCDLAND FJT.A. GO nsw oo
. ",' visit them. Mn. Wynn has daughter. Miss Elisabeth, back II Sauls' mother. Mn. W. H. Sauls.
. 'to Lakeland to the University of Florida in, Miss Nells Souls and Miss Mary Members of Redland Chapter,
1';?' :'lately returned from and Mrs. G. L Gault and Gainesville Monday and returned, Adams were guests of Mr. and Future Farmers of America, made
attended the
"whers she summer daughter, Martha Jane, plan to Wednesday.Mr. ; Mn. Saul in South Miami overnight a fishing trip to the keys last
! t Colt'
ftession of Florida Southern -, leave by automobile In the Alvin
Sunday fora Wednesday.Mr. Friday. party were: -

r legs.r visit la Pennsylvania and Vir and Mn. James Yanccy, Prothero, Warren Wood, Richard

I ginia. Jr returned to Miami Wednesday and Mn. Robert Lance have Jensen Richard Hall. Billy
JT' Preston B. Bird, Jr fourteen- Campbell Rex Romino, Charles
after a stay of several weeksat returned from Wlldwood when
Tear-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Preston Mrs. B. E. Gatlin will leave for the home of Mn. Yanccys parents they visited Mr. Lance's mother. Behrens, Elmer Hampton, Donald

, y' B. Bird, suffered a broken' Pittsburgh next week to visit relalives. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. SUHani, They visited In Dunnellon and Hawkea, I}rtd Wyeong, Harold
collar bone last Friday while play. .Hampton and Fred Vihlea.
\ a y I here while Mrs. Yancey was recovering Webster, also.
i Ins basketball at Camp Cloudmont,
from
is an operation.Mr. .
. Mentone, Ala. The fracture is Clarence Froscher Is employed Mrs. Lawrence Smith left Sunday CARD OF THANKS

knitting satisfactorily this to visit relatives Michigan.Mrs. We desire to express our sincere
tennis
t ," summer as pro at Leland and Mn. Gotch Kufeldt and
. House at Schroon, N. Y., Mrs. Xufeldt's brother-in-law and thanks and appreciation for the

1.', Dr. and Mrs. H. S. Wolfe and' near Lake Placid in the Adirondack sister, Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Rivers, Blanche Smith underwent many kindnesses of friends especially -

: little son WiUard will leave Sun. were in Palatka over the week an operation at the Post Graduate members of the Eastern
''. day by way of Gainesville for end. hospital Monday. Star during the illness and following -

Crystal Lake. Mich., where they the death of our wife and
r Mr. and Mn. E. H. Gallaher ------
% will visit Mrs. Wolfe's parents, have returned from New York Mn. Herbert Turner and babyson FLORIDA CITY mother.
Dr. and Mrs. W. G. WUlard who (Signed)
d ,
I where Mn. Gallaher was taking Herbert, Jr. and Mrs. Burley Mrs. W. W. ..ery. CoirapoadeBtMr.
E. A. Graham
: have spent three winters In Home.
a summer course at Columbia Dendy and baby daughter Jean,
I lit stead. Dr. Wolfe will return in Mrs. Minnie O. Jeffrey,
are spending two weeks at Miami
University.Mrs. .
:U')\j two weeks but Mrs. Wolfe and l Beach. and Mrs. Johnny Backer Mrs. Mary Prideaux.

'$.. Willard will stay till the middle Of and family have taken the Wm.
,* \September. Alma Horton of Albuquerque Henn cottage on Avenue B for
Y I N. Mex. who has Mr. and Mn. O. P. GosneU have
; visited with the season.
"k, her son-in-law and daughter, the bought land In Goulds and plan
f V? Mrs. C. H. Woodbury has sold to make their home It.
on
Rev. and Mn. E. L. Nelson since Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Brown and
?'
her Redland home and Is now liv-
June 9 will leave Wednesday for family moved to Homestead Thursday
2iJ-'ln| with relatives In Miami. County Agricultural Agent C.
Maroa 111., to visit another daughter .
I IJ' H. Steffanl who took 40 4-H Club j
before she returns to her home.
S. Mn. Given Victor returned Sat- boys to Camp McQuarrle near I Miss Lucy Phillips of Jacksonville
(jr Urday from Huntsvllle, Mo., wherejjfcshe Ocala on July 23 is expected home
of
Mr. and Mj-s. D. P. Blake and Beach Is the house guest
I
) had spent several weeks with Sunday. her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mn.
'her daughter, Miss Betty plan to leaveon I
\K-"Y mother. On the way home vacation I C. H. Baker Jr. She came to
a trip today. They
V.she: stopped in St. Louis to Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Johnston
visit I IV Florida City with them Sunday I
I I will go by way of Tampa to Georgia
'<.Mils Florence Putnam and In I where Mn. Blake and Miss plan to leave for their home in when they returned from a visitto

Naihville, to visit Mn. M. D. HartJjj Brownsville, Texas, some time Jacksonville.
> Betty will visit relatives while
,
.
man, during the weekend.Miss
Mr. Blake goes to North Dakota.
I Little Edward Chandler returned
W'r Saturday .
Rose Caves returned
;; *. Mayor and Mrs. Tom Harris, Mrs. Elizabeth Fucha has goneto Monday from Jackson Mem-
1 1I from a trip to North Carolina
t,1 and son Tommy returned from Hendenonvllle, N. C. morlal hospital where he underwent -
;?1 x; Byron, Ca. Sunday evening. and Georgia. In Henderson- an operation last week.
I
r ,I ville she visited Miss Elizabeth
Mrs. Ivan Moser returned Mon- J Horne. I 1
A. H. Thurmond arrived Tues- ,day from Lakeland where she attended Mr. and Mn. H. Parham are

I jday! from Fort Myers to resume t J the summer school of opening several weeks in Mary
''*' l Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Yogi entertained
; his position as bookkeeper for I I Southern College.Mr. Monday Mr. and Mn. W land. I
Redland Motors Inc:. which he -
held prior to going to Fort Myers! and Mrs. A. 0. Cain H. Bird of Miami Mrs. Edwa-sjjlnr; and Mrs. PERFECT

several months Herman return.j I Lee Lehman returned Friday from
I ago Thursday night of I
Mr and Mrs. H. H. Graham, H.
Speckert, auditor for the D. L.led a vacation of two I II a week's visit with Miss Helen
H. Graham, Jr., Mrs. Walter FOOD
r Sbackleford Interests who had Lehman In Miami.Mr I
,
in Hot Springs, Ark. On the I Moody and daughter, Joan, and
; ben acting as bookkeeper of the way home they visited relatives at
Miss Clara Savers have to
+ local concern, left last week I gone and Mrs. H. Frolic and fam-
on a points in Georgia, Alabama and
spend a few weeks In the Graham
business trip to Cuba. Central Florida. (Continued on Page Seven) PROTECTION
summer home in Franklin, N. C.
s -
.
j I' Mr. and Mrs. WiDard M. Flfleld > Mrs Tom Torbert who has been Miss Mary Belle Gibbs returned in any kind
will leave Saturday for an absenceof with Mr. Torbert In Camden, S
Sunday from a vacation trip to DR. a E. GATLIN
two weeks during which Mrs. C for three weeks returned Tuesday Winter Haven. She was accompanied of weather
; j rifield will visit Ar husband's;
Bight
I| parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Flfleldla home by her cousin Miss X-Ray and .................
.
.le I
i aunita Scott, who will spend two ......... ,
.
+ I
I Jacksonville white Mr. Flfleld, Paul Merrill of Huntington N. weeks in HomeiUad.Aud. General Dentistry

\la lieutenant in the officers reserve, J., graduate of Redland, High \Ul

: corps toes Biloxi, Mini, to School in 1834, came down from ." Gibbs returned Monday SELECT t\\
-: ,' take part In the third army ma. the University ef Florida summer from Salisbury, Md. Office Item: I a. SB. to I p. SB.

neuvers. school to spend the week-end with Sundays by appointment for

) J Robert Cast. Mr. Cast and Sam Mrs. Arvllla Booth and son, Fhoswa Office IS. Res. SSO-K os

Mrs. W. R. Bird left for a one- Hickson returned last week from Herbert, were Sunday visitors of Helium" Fla. a.VI"oatS oM c..tI: twi

tweek,: visit in Jacksonville today. the summer school at Auburn Irs. Booth's sister, Mn. Sam .".11 il1--

', Mr. Bird will go to Jacksonville Polytechnic Institute Irundage, in Miami. ,Day rIG d
k' for her and for his mother, Mrs. No y, ver,

2; P. B. Bird, Sr, who will make her Mr. and Mn. Ansel Barrow and

r; ,. home with them this winter. Mr. and Mrs. C M. Barrow returned .---

Sunday from a trip 10Thom..vllle DR. M. A. BERGER DR.R.S.AKERSDENTIST e a PEaMAaawT PLENTY Or let sunset CROWN
Railey Macey hat returned from
t'. Ga., where they visited e no aiovuta PARTS IN m
'\ an R. O. T. C. camp in Alabama. relatives. VWCSZtMO SYSTKMMVMM
DentistFirst e THAT MV nil IT

". f A nine pound daughter: Julia Mr. and Mrs. J, A. Webb have Office Reties I a. m. to HATTER bow far out hi the

i ,, Frances, was born to Mr. and returned from Fort Pierce accompanied National Bank Sundays f to 11 MOIL )'OIIlIn,8ERVKLEUX>
,: Mn. Sam Engle of Redland in the by Mr. Webb's sister, Mn. briars yes all the ennforUo
Poet Graduate liwldin.. doted Saturdays (the Meat BMMfen dry rrf' riaw tion.
hospital Monday. :Andrew Domlnquec and her tons
It imps food treat em in the hotness
I Edwin and Webb who will visit Free Parking d. _tiler. It saves work, aws how-
Mr. and Mrs. F. O. Bullard.returned them here two weeks. Office Hours 8:30-4:30 ksgi.g tam awl awmry. Clip this

from Rldgeland, S. C, Fri Open Evenings by Appointment 17M N. W. SITU ST.. impose for full tafornutwo.I .

day. Mr. Bullard has now gone to (]eo. Folk left Saturday to mon t-sisi

Warsaw, Va. i spend a few weeks. In Tampa :Lurrli"I'.I..1"L'

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HARRY'S aid L. Keadrkk.
WELDING SHOP Mar.
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Odd Fellows BldfHoamtead. I
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I Cylinder Heads Alamlnasa Callings sad Boilers.AotMwUr .------
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I : \ Social Events, in South Dade I






CHURCH (GROUP CELEBRATES GOLDEN MR. AND MRS. BROOKS ENSEMBLE CLASS GIVES MIDSUMMER
I GIVE DINNER PARTIESMr.

WEDDING OF MR. AND MRS. A. S. DARLINGA and Mrs. J. R. Brooks have PROGRAM AT MRS. FITZPATRICK'S HOMEThe

been giving a series of dinner --
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celebration table parties this week.Wedne.day mid summer program of the,J R. Pope Mrs Jesse Sopor Mrs.
golden wedding dining golden tapers glowed !
was staged Wednesday evening softly In candelabra on either evening they enter Ensemble Class was given last Fri-i Sylvia Atkins, Ruth and Helen

for Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Darling by side of a floral centerpiece.The I talned j Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Hagelln I day afternoon at the home of Mrs Gosnell, Katherine and Virginia

members of the Woman's Auxil- wedding cake was served of California, Mr and Mrs. Chas.T. R. H. Fitzpatrick I on Redland road:! Kelley Helen Dent and Jimmy

First with Ice Fuchs, Jr., CoL Alva Lee and It consisted of the following numbers -' Watson.
iary of the Presbyterian cream. I
Tom Faust I| i
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Church of Homestead and their After the dinner, all assembled ,

families at the home of Mr. and' on the front porch where the Rev.E. Tonight they will entertain at Three Duets _....-..... Dlller-Qualle MISS EUNICEAIKER

Mrs J. R. Hlckson of Niranja. I L. Nelson, pastor of the church, dinner Dr. and Mrs. H. S. Wolfe Barbara Jean Home Mrs Fitzpatrick -I HOSTESS TO Y. \\'. A.
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Mr. and Mrs. Darling had been made a short congratulatory address and Mr. and Mrs. Lee H. Lehman.I I The V W. A. of the First Baptist .

Invited to attend an Informal and Willard H. Flfleld presented Last Sunday they entertainedat I"Old Folks at Home". _. Foster' Church met Tuesday evening
I
cafeteria dinner, and not till after I to Mr. and Mrs. Darling a dinner Mr. and Mrs. Given I Victor I 1 Ruth Rutland with Miss Eunice Walker.

the cocktail course had been served I'love gift from the group. The and Tom Faust "On Parade" .._--.-.. .....- Gaynor A watermelon cutting followedthe

and all had found partncrf and I I I gift was enclosed In a golden bag. Yesterday Mrs. Brooks gave a Barbara Jean Soper, Mrs. Fitzpatrick I meeting.

tables for the second course did Mrs. Fifield sang "I Love You luncheon party for Mrs. W. Sanders Present were: Mrs. W. J. Tyner

they suspect that the celebration Truly" to violin accompaniment I Gramllng and Mrs. Talmadge "Crlsi Cross" ............_... Mitchell' Mrs. A. A. Bussey. Miss Virginia

was held for them. I played by Dr. Wolfe. Jenkins and daughter, Novllla, of Waltz. .. ... ..._.....___ Gurlitt Dorsey, Miss Elizabeth Mcllwaln,
;Miami, Mrs. James Bering of Fort Doris Ada Dodson Miss Lucille West. Miss Billie West
Mn. D. P. Blake announced that Present besides Mr. and Mn I
Mr. and Mrs. Darling had been Darling were: their son-in-law and Victor.Myers and her small son, and Mrs. "Once a Brownie" ........ .. Gaynor l, and Miss Walker.

married In Michigan on July 29 'daughter, and grandson, Mr. and Lullaby Diller-Quaile I
Monday night she entertainedat "Jack In the Box" CO-FD GROUP PLASSSOrlL
1888. Dr. H. S. Wolfe played a Mrs Lee Gladden and Lee, Jr., Dlller-Qualle;
bridge Mrs. E. A. Ames, Mrs.
Barbara Jean Horne MEETINGS
few ban of the Mendelssohn wedding |I
of Seaford Del., their daughter,
march, and Mrs. Hickson presented Miss Charlotte Darling of Miami, Sybella Chandler and Mrs. Victor. "In a Chinese Theatre" .._. j i A group from the Co-Ed classof

them with an Immense gold ..... Galle Wells the First Baptist Church met
Mr. and Mn. Hickson, Mn. JoeL
colored cake adorned with 90 Hickson Mr. and Mrs. J. M. LEAGUE GIVESSUCCESSFUL I"Vesper Bells" .... Earth |I at the home of Mrs. C. N. Walker,

lighted candles of the same hue. Holferty, Dr. and Mrs. Ira J. PARTY Floy Watson, Jr. | teacher of the class Tuesday evening -
Seven tables of players enjoyedthe "Birthday Waltz" Mable Watson j to make plans for a picnic and
As they looked about they Haynes, Mr. and Mn Ben Plum-
bunco party given Tuesday Barbara Jean Soper i a social meeting and for an Increase -
noticed that the rooms were dec- mer, Mr. and Mn. R. E. Trotter,
night by the "Little Bird" Adair In .
Epworth League of Mocking membership.Punch
orated with flowers of golden tint Dr. and Mrs Geo. D Ruehle, Mr.
the Redland Community Church to "Gipsy Maid" _. Havorath I was served after the
allamanda, marigolds and yel- and Mrs. Nelson, Mr. and Mrs. FI-
help with the Institute fund. Ardell Parman business meeting
low daisies. On each small table field, Mr. and Mn. Blake, Mn
Miss Emily Engel won the high "Wilhelmina"' .. Strelezkl Present were: Mr Walker Mrs.
was a bud vase of gold-colored R. C. Jackson, Miss Anne Hickson,
score award- and Robert Cast, the Hilda Dodson. Mrs Fitzpatrick Willie Mae Timmons Miss Effia
flowers, and on the lacecoveredMRS. Dr. Wolfe and R. R. Kinard. '
low score award. -1 I"Cinderella" Harris Mae Waters Miss Jessie New, Miss

I The league plans to give other I I liable: Ruth Pope ,Virginia Dorsey, Miss Lucille West,
J. J. McLENDON IS Frances Sullivan and Teresa Reddof bunco parties. Aria Glorlganl Miss Elizabeth Millwaln Miss

HONOR Gl'EST AT BRIDGE Homestead, Phyllis Jensen of Elmeda Roberts Eunice Walker Bub Cassube and

Mrs. Paul Reynolds entertainedthe Redland and Mary Alice Greene I Mrs. Clna Stewart Mazurka ... Chopin Bert Nixon
Mrs. B. A.
of Perrine tell of the short course
Wednesday Bridge Club and Waldln, Mrs. J. F. Hammett Mrs.A. Scotch Ballad (left hand .solo I
for 4-H girls that they attended at
guests this week In honor of Mrs C. Easton Mrs. Traditional ATTEND PLAY
Flora D.
Myers -
J. J. McLendon of Leary, Ga., who the Florida State College for Wo- Mrs. Olive Clinton, Mrs. Lloyd Hilda Dodson ) DAYIEETISG:

formerly lived In Homestead.Mrs. men in Tallahassee this summer. Mrs. Geo. Turner Mr*. Seymour
Dietz, Mrs. Harold Sheffield and The contest number of the month :
Mary Alice Greene of Miami Dane and Mrs. B. A. Waldm attended -
Robert Glenn Jr.
was Mrs. J. E. Cauzens plan to attend was a German melody by Kohler I
given the high award Mn Edison High School told of the the play day meeting of
score ; a district meeting of Business and and in this Betty Jean Soper
Claude Campbell, the second prize; national 4-H camp in Washington Professional Women's Clubs In first place and Ruth RutUmd, sec-1 I the Federation of Women's ClubsIn

Mn. Joel J. Robinson, the third which she attended this summer Lake Worth Sunday. and. the Wofford Hotel In Miami

prize; and Mn. McLendon, the Miss Eunice Grady county home Guests present includedMrs.. I :Beach Wednesday:
demonstration agent, gave a report ;
guest prize of the last council meeting Dr. and Mrs. Frank Hausman, L. A Mowry Mis Henry Dod-

The others present Included: and announced that the next coun- and Frank Jr., were luncheon son Mrs C J Parnun Mrs Rus-i''READ THE WANT ADS

Mrs. Russell\ Home, Mn. PrestonB. cil meeting will be held In North guests Wednesday of Mrs Margaret sell Horm Mrs Flov Watson !Mis i
Bird, Mrs. Curtis Monroe Mrs Webb of Coral Gables
Miami Beach on Aug. 5. Miss
J. D. Perkins, Mn. Hubert Nichols, .
Grady Is now giving a series of
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Mn. Gordon Ivey. Mn. Geo. M.
broadcasts WKAT on Wednesdays The
over CalendarJuly :
Sonnlchsen and Mrs.. Geo. D. I
Ruehle. during the noon hour.
The club decided to omit the
I 31 -Meeting of Homesteadand
August meeting. THE DIXIE DRUG
PARTIES ARC GIVEN FOR South Miami Townsend Clubs
JEANNEAN JOHNSON Mn. Dane, the president, ap- at 2:30 In Neva King Cooper School,
pointed Mrs J. D. Wysong, Mn. auditorium.Aug. Homestead. Florida

Mn. Howard Johnson entertained A. W. January and Mn. H. J. I
1 Meeting of Homestead
a group of children Tuesday Armstrong to serve as a nominating I
B. P. In
W. C.
Woman's Club buildIng -
afternoon with a dinner and theatre committee, and Mn Armstrong, ,
at 8
party In honor of Mr. Johnson's p. m. I
Mrs. Dane and Mn. January to
Av1251 flXM.L COUPON
niece Jeannean Johnson of plan something to show the club's Aug. 3 Meeting of Wednesday' y, SIDEIMTMl1

Wrltfhtsvllle, Ga.,, who Is visitingat appreciation for the use of the Bridge Club at home of Mrs. Paul 'ARA NOME TRIAL BEAUTY AIDS ,

their home. I church as a meeting place. Reynolds. j I 01 trial else famous 1200 Ir

Dinner was lerved at ( o'clock Present were; Mn. A. H. Singleton Aug. 3 Meetings of W. M. U I Cut Itooii race Powder and L+C.rul wm1 \ !+(T

on the lawn, and at the conclusionMrs. Mn. Chas. Lair, Mn. E. M. Ircles.Aug. i P, deeming we this Perfume cfftHH. at by once rt-, *] POW2 s a

Johnson took the group to Greene, Mn. Wysong, Mrs Arm- 3 All day meeting of F .

Miami to see Shirley Temple In atron,. Mrs. Dane and the visiting 1. T. Club at home of Mn Hilda
R4 A//r u. ._.._..._..._........... ii(4giegfi
"Little Miss Broadway. 4-H girls and Miss Grady.

The guests Included: Ardel Par- The Homestead Home Demon- Fox.Aug.. 10 August meeting of tf0 Aare)

man. Anne Rheney, Mary Ellen stration Club meeting held in the W. M. U. ye THIS COUPON- NOT GOOD AFTER AUG,31,1938_ r

Hearing, Barbara Jean Smith, Betty [forenoon of that day had practically -CascadeAccurate >
Aug. 11 Lions Club field ddand \
Schauberger, Ruth Rutland the same fullplntfize
program. picnic at Lions Den:
supper Pocket Watch
and Mary Louise Dearlng. |I ?

On Monday Mrs. Bevo Webb I MRS RYREM.A: CHANDLER

save a wiener roast on the lawnof I ENTERTAINS FOR GUESTS I EXPERT RADIOREPAIRING Rubbing 41 -

her home In honor of the little Keeps accurate time
Mrs. Sybella Chandler gave a Alcohol
I t
visitor. and will
get-together last night In honor r i
The guests on this occasion were of her house guests, Mn. C SShoemaker .r: standold
Jeannean Johnson, Vara and Anne I 50 1ptS I
and Miss Esther Hack Prompt service on all v wSy lgm
Rheney, Ardel Parman, Virginia a
of Orlando Dancing and swimming p
Walker, Frank Hausman and Dale makes specializing on e
Faust. were the amusements. Excellent for mas

Those invited were: Misses Margaret I automobile radios tif Inf and filmingsort
and Carlotta Ames, Miss 49

RCDLANU CLUB HEARS Mable Anderson, Bobby Ames, L C. Dodd nusclas. Co.k

Or 4-11 CLUB COURSESThe J. D. Buchanan, Joseph Gauzens, aeftAlt01eOnl1fr

Redland Horn Demonstration Wm. McConnell Ben Taylor, Flowers Bide 50-dotc bottleBISMAREX

Club members on July 21 Theodore Franklin and Marvin Homestead Florida ICE CREAM MADE

I' j beard Goaldia GrenneU, Julia Pritchard.dice's .
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-- [four action ut ( LeWf FRESH DAILY
sold powder IJVl i
reHeees add.ladliaitloa. '"
IN OUR STORE
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? Beauty Shop I


oNt Y Soikotikfag
AreUe Alice Hobaon. Owner-Operator
1J-U McCrorr -
MONKEYJUNGLE HAIR OIL
You'll enjoy our tastysandwiches

Thermlquc: : CroquUnolcPermanent Particular mIt <
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tad TH U.L ,rotor 223"

: : : Waves k rep fair. y,

: SM CuI 11.1. OIt .1 Tulip Wed -- 17... a" Florma"s IsJ.08
011 with % tw" Was PRESCRIPTIONS bo al the Sign ef
awaar ..._ 51." c..uw.Weed HIM M first read 0.016 ..rNitium
.. rust. p..dss.q.r W MM) Ilesall The Nose
:. Lixel Shampoo Tilts Marlaelto Ce.oetlafsl.IPIONI ..r..r.d a1ab.a- Dewga
s 861suawlucs
M-W- wa..a.s..J..r. .f Quality-I V.1.fr..ur
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FIRST BAPTIST CIIIRCII stead. They have occupied an ROOFING I : First Insertion 10* a line; subsequent insertions

July 31 !Morning sermon apartment In the Black home for 5* a line
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topic: "The lord'i Anointed; the past month. -
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- evening topic: "Would Jesus I Johns :\ FOR RENT | lion, ; $4R.: II DUll. Fl-j,

Nt'fd41 Cleanse Our Churrh1"AUI. Mlis Patty Rylt of Miami is visiting \ < DIdg Homestead ( n'.if, ,

3 Prayer meeting at the home of Mrs. B. II.I I Bonded RENT:>: -- Unfurnished 5-in"ml I -

IE Subject: "Paul the Laborrr." 1 Edwards. I l bungalow Mrs S>'bella Chandler FOR SALE Tropical pl.mt- ,1I n1 -

I I Phone 2120. 022-29)) 1 rus trees and loopiest :I1, i 'mI

Mrs, FIRST METHODIST CHURCH Mrs Wm. McCullough and SHEET METAL \ I season., Jung! Grove Rciil.intJI

[toles OF HOMESTEAD: ten and Mrs. Leo Rohrer Child-I RENT 10 acres scarified I road and riummer dri\e

July 31 Horning sermon visitors here Wednesday. Manufacturers tf the f. pine land $10 per acre; also finest _

tins.1 theme: "Christ1 Mont Difficult I I marl 1 potato and tomato land I FOR SALE Second Ilion V "11 l0-:

Dolly Tank"; evening sermon ,!I Vernie Rohwr of Miami and G&L on E. Campbell St. F. M Dolan I i Idalre Good mntiiiu <.m",1 i "n

theme: "Salt". 'Harold Rohrer enjoyed a fishing SOLAR II 1017 Granada Coral Q.iblrs [, $20.( Inquire l.eiidci-Kni 1 i <

Telephone 43097.: (j1k.i.1)I )
t trip on the Keys Saturday. I II WANTED:
FLORID CITY t'OMMl.MTV: :
'I I "a. art Inillrd' It lill I I RENT Good nice. roomyI ---- -
CHURCH Mill Ingcbori Mattson of South remotes" rih.Ht 01 '..p." TUTORING \\ .\:,\ rrn ;li

Sap- July 31 Preaching at 11 :Miami was guest ut the home of entered. lilt and other I I ,ipt Cool well furnished SummiT SChoOl .111(1' Kl rode tl.nol Ml, ,

sing o'clock by pastor.KEDI.XM Mr. and Mrs Johnny Becker Fri roofing. ( late, reasonable. Ask ulll"rn Mrs, H Jiimtnuii' ,' \ I I'
: \\ ,', Union. ( ,im27tfl: 1 : ; : :
day. I'lumnu'i I din mil, i \
.wed ; I
COMMUNITY __
Club I'II.HtWANTED
Furnished
RENT
apartment. -
CHURCH Earl Rohrei returned to South n. & L. ROOFING: I
I Summer i.ites. Mis CIt Iii .
'nor July 31 1'rcaililng at :Miami on Sunday after ,i h0week .... F.. 1'\10 :'I a R R. W.tins. I ,
lliRgoii, 104 N. K. :2nd atelily
Iinia ,
7:30 p. ni. vacationisit. with hi-, pii- \11\\11. ELIIRI'A: and apartments fur I. m' I
Jain. ( :20 in Behrons ft ik'nII MM 1,
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nN. Mr. and Mis John
Rohrer.LEGAL
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vest : I Krome ave, rye i uf n" It
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No Preaching in August ( ) RENT Furnished opt

ChurchThere NOTICES; I LEGAL:( ; :; dimntown. Summer late till) tore: phone* i I I I''
At Presbyterian
1 -.- -- i Sip) 1 1. See Henry Hrliu-n WANTED: Painting' .

IN" THK IIHItir ('nt'R' or TUB 1.u5 of I'/i! ante, c.pr..ento' .." 1 or Bl"l1j.) W. Morris. ( mlBtf) try 1111\ k. 1'1 lee 1'\'a.'n d'I 'I -
will be no preaching services FIr PMII'' JI IIIt'l \I. IIKfllT I>P I ,1 t,, """ '1,10 im tor./ i ,
l bet Smilli, (' '. 4th -1. I'I t tAle
'Iass during August at the Homestead Tar STAIR OF PUiKID. IN/ ASH Inv r $237-0: fit
PdH IMIIK ('III'!Ml. IN: lllAMkH: Sold ,tux r! II" .,10', tom-tnir RENT Furnished .ipul- :' it. 1'ldl"WI""rI' I 1\ I
met Presbyterian Church the M. bases m"b"I Miirnl, ..mill.., or ,In, ltd ,... ment ilean. all conveniences
esker, E. L. Nelson Ruth, M"rt.n. PlHlnllff. .o. Frank nolil. t. the hl>hr.t holder at I I ers, Homestead. '
Rev. pastor ,inrouneei ,
Joseph Morton, IMmdnnl Honut In Miami on the lat day Also furnished house, 2 bedrooms ._ -
ven- The regular Sunday IKlll-R; FOR IM .".ATItS I ITo I l.iSK. .hrilnnlnii at the hour of all electric !Mis Ell Collins \\N'nn: T. 15111,111.1, I II '
and and Frank Joseph Morton whom rc.101..*. A M.. or .. final thereafter .. I' .
school young people's services /I. unknown may br reached In title, reworent. corner Biscayne dine and Inll fit-" I a'1'>1'1111'1'I" I' t

in- however will continue ai You an hrrrby notified and required to Dated at Miami., Florida this Federal highway' at Modello. I Addles' I.iMdfi-KnU, '12l'''I I" ,
usual he said .l>_r to the bill of complaint for dl- day iif July I I'I
vurrr filed In the aboi styled ..uat. on MME. R. OMS
the or before the lit day of Auiruat, IIISK' Clerk Clrtuit FOR SALE I
otherwise. the. allegations of said bill will Dade. County '
BD.Y.F.I' TO MEET SUNDAY bt taken aiiainrt you .. ronfMard.Thm .. ,iCipcuil Court IrallHy' i
\frs. unkr "hill bt published nee JNO "' : SALE Ht bargain Onr Moslci Buy a Home

:file The Redland District YoungPeople's week for four mntruttir weeks In the Published. July 15. 21 II 109#. I Iron safe combination lock Rood
iMdrr-KnlrrnrlM' D.... County, llorlda. Buy Gro\c Land
hula Union will meet In the
Jun. 21. I IIHH condition $50.00. One I.nutm<

:eat First Baptist Church of Homestead E' R. lEATHfRMAN.: I ia. NOTICE or APPIICATKM I'JotO: : box good rendition except door Buy Glade Land
Clrrk of the Circuit Court
Aisle Sunday evening at 7 o'clock. The 11'1,.." Court Soil Chapter "n1.r Flit A 1141 lining $5.00. Seedbed pl.inN. It l. my firm belief that hich

and program will be provided by the Hv M fWHT. Deputy Clrrk.HINPUT Notice li hereby given that fine (condition rough lemon and Immlnrnt.
P. BOIIM1TS, er prim are
B. Y. P. U. solicitor for l'l.nliff, Rultim. holder of state ind grapefruit $::1.00 per thousand
,JOY I. i, II, 21, il, 19JJ) Certificate No AI5 ,issued. the Don't quibble bout prlr
The union council will meet at Small quantities Ic each Call
A I) IMS. baa filed I
t and has made : t ; I > I>t>n't \\ .It.
4 30 Sunday afternoon : at new nursery, Kpmoic Di 1 .
NOTICE OP *AI/.R OF TAX CERT1FI- tax to V Inniird thrrton mile cast of Krome Dan M Buy now.You'll .
firatt' rmbrarr the followinil
. CATER In the of [; !' thank me for thin '01'I -
lour Appllntlan ".. 1171Notirr properly' County ll.ctr Roberts (jy29 .119)! )
In hcn-liy, given' that R... PorwyI toneless' to-wlt : I station few months hrmr
W&WFOami I filed ..lth mi written recitalist that the H'.j Leon 1 a 1. ablest 7. SALE CHEAP :5 I foot (,)a.c-
\J land. Huhdn. Plat Book M.
.rtifiiHtm, Uucrthfr with all aubiit. a II. A. Cameron
: the in* .. '
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In the County of lead. state trig refrigerator in good cnmli-,
'uba ,.. the
' 'xn, 'n' .mlttrd or 1..1. including The ._..... ..I raid
"or Inga. held by the state ho advertised the Mid crrtlflcal. Issued ...
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onil I 'old' t" the hiaheat bidder for ....hprn..dea LEG.OTIOS I
". ht fh.,.,.. 1.o. ..r the1967 name' 01 :laid Ralph ventilate J Ihltnn.Unless h.1I ,le 01 .Iot 1-1-1' nil, r 'h. -.I.,' ,

- LEGAL NOTICES A. t. r the Lewl.inrr. upon h.' 1..lIuw. .. "Ming' to law. the I'''''.'''' "" .1 .... rn I to., "r 1 nt,
"' s d." "bed roil ...,.' .In the ( ..ullt, 01 Him'In will "he old' In the .I"I' O/ AI-fMI'-.TH.t |'OH TlifKII \\ I.,,' 2 Ill."k I11" l'I.I., ,.I" Iitoxk
.r .1".ld.. to .11. .,
110'1. stole. at the Court house dour on the : 6 1xy. "1.1 1 ," Ill "
OS NOTICE OF APPI II ATION! Kill TAX I..." 4.1 11tk 6 symmrl h..m.n 'mart. foxy In the month of 8op""m, File IOI1I t ounl, "r,1.. St., ,1. "I 11" 1 ,
,.... Iw told' ,.Iol.d b. ,.. .
DEED: : rh' t. are whlrh I. the any of rV.l. N..H.Ihrnliy uli.n llnl I I" 1.1 "n 1 1 r ?" ,1x1, N" : I
fhiplrrH7-AI. of I93S File Nt IHI ,',.rlifi, all' N, 154K7 nf 1HS1\' ind ,.p,.- holed II.U :fhl day of July ,nm.n. h.ldrr' of c llv, ,.f Mmnii r'I.1, "... ..m'.n' ..r ....., ,'. ",.. ..
- Notice in Jointly mvrii that Harry I.. ,ml.' ,lake for the ,oa.. 1M2 and 11. :1x11| ,bold I 1'..nrfi..tr ,..x16 I wx. ,o ,I..
A Helen M rillm' >n. husband and wife. 1"1 in.th m.limlir. antounltnv' to U".72., {Irrk of Circuit' 1. 11SII. KHSI I. l 1'21r.. imM. ...,.in of IInkh... ...
holdtra of state and County Tax C.III1.{ /I.cat. Said tax .-,.rlifleal.tivithir with all lode County I; :: : I IMITKK .T.4 and :II.1'4. ilalH, the lit day ,.1'' I... 1.. I..'.. ..I.I.I,,,. "
No. 71:1 1 ,..,,.',I the art day of Aiwint. .,.!,.,",,iu.nl omlllnl or Irvin, 'la>,'. will he ,Circuit' ...feet ". ".. A \1mn. h.> fihil' ,nl.| furl'ItI'1' 6oar 14.oll '\ \' '"
J A. II Tsai.! have fllrd same In my ,"Id! to the highest bidder al the Court 111 N. ('. : .: ... In my ..tit.... and ha. maili xl'Irlr.. { DSI. :::. :.: ..
offlrr ind' h.",- m.... application for a Hollow in Miami' I. on the 15th day of Aun.t ,.1111, J2. ill. All' 5. for la> dm. In l..ur> IhiTion In .,'. In omf-- 1'1" ,
tax died ,to IK .nod, thi mm. told Crr. ", riHK! 'iHiilnnlnii it the hour of own ,.". olth law load' ('i'.1111. .,, "I .xid, I '.od, 1
tlflrali- i-mhrHMH the following' dnurlnrdproprrly .f. Joe k A. M.. IT aa, oun thrrmn.r an Iho ..,.,. the fo'I"w' ..,lnii .......11.... |.,..i.ily, ".nod. 1 .. 111'Lol '
In duo ... ..... llf MAI.R HP TAX ....I In .. I1'
m the County of Dade, Slate ofHonda .am may h. reached Hade ( .m" Fhrax i .n "11 I I 1 11'.nnlx
town 11..1( .. Miami' Florid.hi, the 27th l'ATIRANI1.51an Lot \I2. flock .>.> 41 1 10"r,. I r-, |Phil| n. 111' I
1 lllo.k -. Olh Addn to Ilia. .ny of July, I"I". Ml. 2116Noble .k I". inn. Jl III III,. I lU ,.f Minim. ,.".,. ... '" H, ,\ ", ,
, htIj: ; :Ilk::: : H, putt* M: In the County K. 1t.V.A I'K.RMAN.: I IMl.UK I. h.h, often that .. "r 'Midi. St..... ,,r I FI'o silo ?. .m. 1.,10,. .", I .. '
of Dadr state of Florid, Clerk ..f Cir, rot Court. rein. event of the owns. has ,,', .1 in ( nifii. ,. s" in |1'10. r... 1". >lH" Ill. "
Dub. ('..unl,. 10,01., m. wr./girl/ rt-one, that, the ,. uf Hill' suds I ,, ,
Thr ",- m, tit "r .aid properly under properly M HI'.1| "f ..1" "
....11 at.lov.,'Ihr wish 1111 .." ", ) ''' .' ,....rd ,. "
the .xid' i ifi HI. l,sod wu In the flume .t'h'ug Court ., waxn il Iu.m. f I......' .. .. ,
of :; W I.: ;Ito.:, n, sly JNO. nNNO. D. C. "r ,i. "',1 '1.'" 111, ludlne 'the- .. I ",." n !'..I. ..
Alex I!. l"j'., toilet 1 b. ifHow.' .' inliecti.cd Lot I I. I'lH'V I. III,, ,, l', ,
at'
U 0110" ,o.l! ', lill. .,.. hall In. nnYtwrd ,1' ahd- .1111Y : lh, ; : : I I 01'''' ,
.. I. lamb. I tills. for roll u { I .. I. .. ,II.i, II...k I .
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n" tin'" I !I." the |propertytoo d.'". rib-' ... or t t.
I .. h. 1 hnpler' I.2 "f Ihi MID A. > f Mo,, i i '' in. r"I Indiil 1'' 1 1I
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.1,1| | t th hluhml hid' ': 01' HAIR OP TAX IBRTIPI. (1" ",,,,,, upon' ,Ih.., f..II"wli,. I I ." .. not"n.dI \ II t 1' ,
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low "
III'
nt ti" h", .. first 11..1. 111. I
port duo on the CATBH In .. ,, .
I lute t h t..orely .I I' II" ." ...01.. ..' "
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"No.' ]W1tlfl.atii. "I I \ .,1' .
Application 1.\,1. lo ''h, ..
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i skiS D i I. ,,u'h' ,"i, ,|toy "f !Vi.ml'.'r. !I'a,. '..11,", a ,herby, Rile' .10.. Mdrl hand I." I I. lI'k' to. T-, ....I Mono ., "'"'" ..( ".. ,, "

"t,4 Ito J-ih .Iny; I'of July: IIIJHI r aunnv, h. 111.1 with 01'0 woolen. rc, "In.1 ,hi I" ...101 .re0.', 1".1' 1. .", III.., I II,,, n. I I,." ,,
I.KATIBRMAN.Clock
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: II ,I'n', I thus. ..h, tax 1 ,l...,th,'r "'" N.. Mitt of I"!"' find''' '..,... .. ....... I',,,, 1I.k I "..," l' .. .ul. ( I''
I of Unult Court ..olio, nil -, I-"luc.fit mlllid. <.r Itvltd limn I'l "Ih? ,..... t"1' 1,, 1919. 1.10 I M,...", "....I> .r ., ,,.. I
Undo County, Florida ,, 1M. hell V the slate ,,,,' .
1t'" ililni' 'Ih your Ant firm to 2Il.1l. I I led"' n. nh",1 In C" "
CI""II ,
( C tot stiff) ,I.. slip rt 1d. solid olil to th,. Huh' ,..' 1 101,1.| | Sad I,,. elifhnl, 1"urllr '1'10.' "... ..",..", ..I "
"TJI'E'" -ill' I I,4\ 1 '1' I
< Hy N C STKRRETT. 0 C. d'" r I".r H-h IK 'nn.ildul' I h) 1'1.10', "-2\16. ',ol"oue11t| 'nunI "r Ion awl 1 lux. -.. r th, ..10'' 1'1 mf, ,,, urn" I I. : ,, ; .
July Ji. :: I I Ilpph
I AUKi.. 1J. in, 1U3MTo ; : ; : ; !
..I 15. Hi; A.K, .f 'llu Ixwbdtun iiii| I.I t the blob-1 bidder nt ",umr "r "01kUow" 1St'1
J. .,Tlhl. real ilHtr 'the II. ,... Minn, "thr Mh if 111111
Ihr .llmlnii in 'in or" day Mink II., \ "..f.ok 1
NOTI( Co '''''' "f Itxrh'. 8'.'. ..I .""'101.. t .'.oil1F. I Pit1."iKLiiininu nt ,h.. hour of t, ",. ,peep. 17. in ,tinI ," ".."? II,1 ,
Nh'.l. m It May 'ourrnt This' la toserve .. .. 0.1.1.1 I". T"wn.hil' S0, II.".. at' \ M ..c x. ...,.n '10.11..r ,.- I ,,1. .1 .Dode. alien xf ,., \ II" ..'' ..
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u n rr Vote, from .10'' dote forth I Jim The ,, ,I.,. ,..hid In doe!, ..., "
.n.mlnK 311 x.rr soon I 'i.) r ""me 'fu 1 rot/fi. .,. N.. ''r' I .
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will 1 1lodo11u
h. ... hull
ni .n.lhl. for debts. .. "
th .. any Him to I.. ,..ll" arp itl.hn.ril hy rrrtlfl.rntr Dowd' ., M.lml. MorldH.' 'lhl m'..1 of ..'01 prxprrt, 't'0' ,1. r I ,
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t apt "" 10' tl by mywlf N. 47JI ,.f I loss and n.|prroent- taata ,,l I.y of July' ID1.. .rt, ..,.. 'Lunt w. I" ..10. I" .d.. rt r-. ,I ,1111 .
I.ANIIflN CARNRV r" I Ii,,' ,.'.r' IHI': 1, IHI, 'ln'lh' /Imliulif, h It. I, : .: own. .
(May !"I. !7. Juno I 111 17 24 I.JiOTM ..r ..10 l I' "1x'Ihr '
July .
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I 8. n, :!,. nir uinllnil to UM "2Knld clerk Clr 'nil ..' 2. III.... .a. liar \ kill Park ,1T1" 1 ,I.the I.
lax ivrtlflialM, together with all.inWiimnt Rode County '. Plot Hook 1. pave I. r..I'. ..c 1IA,1 .
.milled or h"> !I'd taxi* will ,l I''In ult Court Seats ; :: of Miami' County: : of .... ll'n'i" ::, :4:' l'"""., r .' ,. .."
I E OF APPI ATION FOB TAX I.. ..,1,1 lo the highest bidder' at 'the Court My INI run imhra.rd In 1 rIfxt,i, s ,
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lost: II II..i.r in Miami. on the nth, day ,,f Aiiuii.t l'II'iIh.,1' July' J2. 2P. A".. 6, I" !:'. : ;!:. H..r>.mrnl' of ,xrd: | en'prrtY: ,? | II Th.lv r'' oi."
Chapter 17157-Aria if IDIJ. till Into. ,lirulnnlnn nl the hour of tin orlockA -- .out '" 'I..owI
Notice I I. hereby, given that Harry 1.. M. or no man thereafter no the aamt ,'NOTICE OP HAIR OP TAX 1 '!, ". I !'n'k'n'lwn" wow '" ,..:,.111/11.,', ': ',':.' .
- A H.n| M Tlllmnn.' hii.band wife "bt ,10001 In din rouniTlaliil '. : 1 .
1. l'
holdrr.' ,. may CATMApplklll.n In' thkr "'"" 'I'Ixl' "'"* ". bxlh. 111.1", ", i'
f State R County Tax Certificate al Mliml Plorl.la this the 20th Nt. ill I : 17 I I Joy of Motion, I '"orv .1 steel 'x' 11. ,
No- ." l"urd the nth day of Aiimi.t ,hay of July lit"f.. N.-Oa I In :h,.rrhy iilvrn, that "I"No' x. 01,1".1' I.. ...1"1" "" .., ,
AT in.'K. 'hai,' fll..l .nm> ... .., :. R. I.RATHF.RMAN.: ,/10 rls'J'l1 .. .
1 mthw. Agent of llwnrr | 1 The .. .
;
: ".most ht .hlt" thoI I t
ha.. m.I|.. nliall..n, for tax area (',Irrk Circuit Court, i, ; 'II'.t h.::: ::; I II aid ,. o
lend a Hh mr writtin that the |1 l |grope-fly uml r 'Ih v.1,1! (l rlif,. rnl Hun... In Minim. .n In. .1 lo. ,
! b I..UIH thrum.:\ ; said CrrllflcaUnrra em- Dade. County, rlnrida. ,I,/I I.I-. toitithrr wllh all .....'... 'I : ... :in the in.mo ,:f | nl,,,' .? 1I"Klhn"\ '. IIt ho or r
the following described properly, rend( Court 8'all .,..I l ,.r I l.ilid' taxin including the ,I. 1111, k I Saint Joe," l'nrk An..d., A M ... a. .".'n 111. exile ,
I.
, the County of Dode. slate or Florida' Ry JNO. FKNNO. D. C. |1', 'Id' hy tin- Stair l IK advertised' : i" 1 Not, 1I..k I. ,,'KII. Ih the a, "I m.) h. r. a, oil In ..lullalnl ..... '.
to-wil
I : I IPLot "l-uhll.hril July it. M. A".. 5. I 1920. i h, huh. .1 bidder f... ia.h aa I I : at-11 1'.rlda mhos-l o1 M.HKil, I I I..d., ,,1..,
I 1. Hark ',R. nth Addn to Hialrah 1 1x296 l of the 1117 Acts '( a,' 1.:71 I he
h.iitir ?:: i : a r..ro. :! obey of Jet l>, I I"I'
r I>adr, Rook StaiTht K; p ln j,. |n the county of I SOTHI OP SAIR or TAX CEHTIPI-I....,.1.."... m...n the following .I : ; ;;; ; ,: 11I1.A'IIIt""
of rlurldamtnt. .. .I
. CATCH: iAppllralltii i i-nl ntalr in the County of 0. Cot, too 1 '" ",' .
Iht .....> of mid properly under. Nt. lilt ,"f rloriria: lo.wlt I I :, .r! ,,,, 1I""k I II 1..1.. V"? 1. 1 11cwolt
uld rrrti".... Issued was ,In the name Notlir II hereby .,..n that T B Brnirtt W'j' '. HW HP", : I ; I.I 1n the I u 1f Moxn' ,. .orgy I..let :''al ,
Off Onlru: Unknown.. Agent of Model. Land Companyhas f k.. Lion I: ::3.M'jt..:nohip 't1.nl. : | j ji ; : :i i; : state' ,.f 't :oI : .n.l., ': ::; 111 I'v JNU H 1I'11hh.ted / .
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rrrtlflralt. bt rtdrrltv
.d lhall filed wllh mr written' miurnt, that the tax ainlne' 2 6 acre" more n. I... No a. rh' .nt .1011' -2 ". A..
Ihtrrln, according to law, the property drwrlhtd. 1 ..,Utl"... together with all audit. l ht sold art rvldrnrtd. by Oorlll'' :' ;
oil' br old: to: the highest bidder ,lent omltlrd nr levied. taxes including' I 31W of lots and represents lam
at clay the Court hoiiar done on the first Mon.nlh ;he year I'lIS". hold by the Stair ba .... )ran III2H to ISIS .both. Inrliulvr' -- -
In .
is the of September IIIIIH, which irtiusl and add to the highest kidder. for I,il u 166 II
(the 0th say .f Septemher. 'I I logo.sled ..h nil premised by Chapter IKIM. of the lot I Block. I Diamond Park
Ills rth day of July. lull I 1131 Acts of the .Lwtalatun. upon the 1ullnwirg I > ht mid are rvldtnrrd. by Ortlfl'
F II IFATHrRMASClrrk : I drtcrtlird. levels aalat In the Iounly 90O at BIO and rtairtttnla team EDWARD STILING
of Circuit Court. ("o of I...... stab of rlnrlda, to.will y ran U28 tu loll both Inclusive,
'es (CI."II Dadr ('''''01'.. HorldaSral Mof: NIC'', and Nit of 8914 Section It K to. 111.41.
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Court I 4, Towmhln 6s, Raner II The taxes to Haiti tax rtrtiflratra, together
'"It. S C STERRrTT 11. c. o' .... jox'.
(July J u. Aw'Turner's .. ,11 ,I" i'rtlo' 4. >iuT"hr"Tl! .hr.t"'hlddrr at th Heal Estate (GcnerallnsUr&lI1ft'

Y smounting louse ,n Miami. nn the lot flay. of -
I 1211,0 I 'I1. hronnov .1, INh...". of Ito .
\\ ... ." ... Range 19. A M ".n I h. r ell" r rya '
Funeral HomeA I: 'Oo I I. ,, The n'I ""> I ;. ,: I, ;I l i .1: :. ,
,.. ,' I'' ,.. \ 1111'I'.tltl11t,111,1111 I
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!MIRMniI: bN CE SER''I'E I \ I

Lady ,Attendant \ 'or. Palm \ \t.. :and \vo.H Florida < sty Fla.Fridav. .

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Eight THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Friday, July 29, 1938

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| Charles C,ipps, W H. Green Jr,
BALL GAME AND I Jerry blunders, Ernest Dorruugh,
Thomas Cline, hey Dorrough, C:'ilUm I
WAER' MEET FORSCOUTGUESTS I' Gilbert Harold Gilbeit JII' Osceola Jersey
Shell, William Westei, Sonny J
,Sherman, Earl Baird Robert Las- Peaches s Catsup
liter, Harold Lasnter, Edward
Wnldron Don Waldron, B. Y Pen-
I'nington, Jr, Tiny Pennington, No. 2'can'/ 14
Members of Lake Wales TroopNo I'Buster Griffith, Jack Wade and oz.
3. Boy Scouts of America, led Paul Corey.Hospital. bottle
i I.v their scoutmaster, the Rev A.I U1

A Koestlme former pastor of the, to Be Talked .: -
15CCRISCO
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Homestead Mehodiit Church were fU-4"'] H'Hn I2c
!le guests of the city and the,i i At Smith Fish Fry AUK./ 51)
Homestead troop on two occassloni -
this) week, before going to and, Everyone Interested In the community -
,Iter returning from Key West on i; hospital project-and that
Aceks excursion includes the general public ,is SPRY or SNOWDRIFT 3 lb. can 59c
I ,
!well as the committee workers
Only one of the 21 boys In theI
and contributors tn the hospitalfundis
I ke Wales contingent. had visited: I
i i 1'.I monster fish fry to be Mixed .it Potatoes Z5c
r w troop was unanimous in vot-i
the home of Dr. J ,A. Smith on 10 ibs.
'I n i; Homestead the beat of the: I f
entertained North Krome avenue at 7:30: p m rOMA1OESMaxwell
which
c wil towns
next Friday, August 5, I
Koest-
Scoutmaster
i men route
According to Preston B Hud
Coffee
did MsUidiArrange-, .6
-t\, for the HornIt' ''id program, hospital fund chairman, the metIng \t- House C :3 cans 18c
will be in the nature of HI,
in 1 mt! In A. O fun scout-I
,, open forum, at which c\'an"m',
'cr of the local troop.
I will have the privilege, of t"\ping ," -, any brand
t' I roping comfortably'emlht ,, MILK KITE
his or her view or nffumt" ZOC
,\menc.m leiiion hall fromi 3 tall
'suggestion as to the pi''p'')- i until Wednesday morn- ,
day
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and ways and menn il I
given the| OLIVES
'C the visitors were railing the balance needed to 'linance -
',ti dour of the swimming I pool and: '
construction and
and conducted: equipimnof Fresh C.0 C
i.ugh i bill the park district on lghUee-|ports the will building be heard Committee and future"10-i i, PrunesAeach l Iff. can 18c

< trips On Tuesday evening plans discussed I
p Homesteirt boys Immed theirs All Thursday afternoon 01 Friday i-
.t in a diamond ball game by anglers are requested \to donate SALE i bulk
.lore of 17 to 8Returning I' any surplus fish from thencatches U Sugar 47c
heir after :
a pleasant to the committee nn '1'-
:,(i 'instructive trip to Key West, rangements, which Includes F:. A TO INTROOUCfNO
,t re they were shown over Fort I Ames, Herman Marks, Gordon W : Corned Beef can.17c
Tailor: and other points of Inter- Ivey, Joe L Burton, W B Cues THIS ROLL THE R" Target ,
i -1 m the Island City the Lakes and Albert Caves I l I T SSUE
.,1c, boys took the measure ofi FOil ONLY
Homestead picked up team In "Rastus," said Colonel SP"rks.1 WHEN YOU BUY PINK SALMON, lib. can 12cNO.
v',miming meet at the municipali "they tell me that fine dog of yours 4 rolls 2Ic
i .11, yesterday afternoon They was run over and killed while you I in
'xen to meet the Homestead troop were In church this morningYes '" I MIRACLE WHIP
2 CANS
n u,itcr events .it the pool last sah, he wuz, sah But II
gilt. ain't worryln' none about it Mjhdivvg I English PeasStandard
Members ofhl'\ Lake Wales sjh, wuz fully p,piled: to Salad 1 Dressing
I!O"T'' who in,itlr the trip included die," II I'II Corn 25c

'I String Beans, :3 for qt. jar _ _ - 39c

The: REdlands Cafe: 29c
ROYAL ARMS GRAPE JUICE
opposite( F. E. (" IVpot) qt. .
I mler management nf Miss Ruth sttfljnl and :Mn Florence
Kenado

REm I..\R DINNER... 50c M \TE LUNCH. 33c: Save the Coupons diRI NSO Lg. .23'm
( Jill liES DINNER: 7.r: STEAK DINNER.. SI.00BUILD pkg.

-, 5 lb. box 27c .


101b.bag.45c201b.bag.85c I \W lIFEBUO_ I =bars 15


I..:::;:.... TOILET)
LU X 15c
V\;": ? SDAPbars


DAISY GEORGIA Fresh GroundHamburger Gold Coin

t r CHEESE I BACON I B. BACONIb


- 25c lb------- 23c I lb------- 20c I lb------- 31c


Whole Grain SUNLIGHT "

ROLL BUTTER, lb.J1J"C

RICE -
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WITH SPRING

5 lbs. . 18c LAiMB SHOULDERS, lb. -I7c


OUR LUMBER L & S SWIFT'S STANDING AM

Prime Rib Roast, lb-------- ,C

BUILD with our Lumber It's Grape Butter
BONED AND ROLLED
the safest and the cheapest in the long 49 C
VEAL ROAST lb.
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21b. jar. 25c - -
run. Strong, sturdy timber makes

strong support for your home-your Granday'g Sliced 10 Ib. as'g. ..
HAMSto 1CPineapple
walls, your floors your beams-and PICNIC or hole, lb.

elsewhere where quality wood is need
LOCAL KILLEDFRYERSlb..35c

I No. 2% can 19 ; HENS lb. 30e

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'. L;eyes II' Beer II'TASft ',,' Home Grown rMGS "AIN'TaVAT ( o
D. HORNE CO. Ares\ DC!T, NC GREAT

FRANK L SKILL, Owner SWEETPotatoes I
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OUP
, 11 N. Kromt.vt'. Phone S07-J TOMATO


I 3 cans _ 25c 51bs..l7c 2 cansPalZ'e - 15e

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