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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: August 2, 1940
Publication Date: -1941
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
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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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VOLUME XXVIII-NO. 31 HOMESTEAD, FLORIDA, FRIDAY AUGUST 2, 1940 PRICE FIVE CENTS !





Councilman Bird Ready to Offer i







Proposal for City '''Management :





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Chandler Heads Committee HOMESTEAD WILL BE ASKEDTO




To Sift Lime Trade Needs DROP PRESENT SYSTEMASSTEPTOSPEEDPROGRESS


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Duke and Duchess Windsor to Get I
STATE CITRUS
Invitation to Homestead Rotary MeetIf ,J ,


BODY TO GIVE the duke of Windsor and his-seated at governor of the Bahamas, Bowlers Take 2nd '(Commission Form Seen!
More Efficient and
duchess travel by of Miamien II
way they will get a cordial Invitationto Junior i League
route to Nassau where the for- visit the Redland District. Businesslike
mer king of Englard Is to be From I --
BirdThe
Game
AID IN STUDY The Homestead Rotary Club, 'CHANCE MUST GET

through two of Its member, Chas. POPULAR APPROVAL>

SHOTGUN STYLEMARRIAGE T Fuchs, Jr., and Luther L. Chan- team of the Homestead i -

dler, has placed with the British Measure Be Presented
Bowling Allies took an 8-to-4 vic-I to
1941 Data Legislature for Will Get HELD {consul In Miami a formal Invitation tory from the Bird Chevrolet team:1 at Regular Meeting

Enactmentof I to be presented to the duke 'In the second of the Junior
game I Monday Night
Fruit Law AT LIONS MEET I If and when he arrives In Miami.They ;Diamondball League series Wednesday -j I _

have been assured by the night In the first game I A commission form of government -

HELP IS PROMISEDBY A "shotgun" wedding, completewith I consul that the .Invitation will I played Friday night, the Bird boys I for Homestead. headed by

LEGISLATORS blushing bride and menacing reach the duke's hands if he and I.lost to the Ilolsum bakery aggregation a city manager In complete chargeof

weapon, headed the entertainment the duchess come to Miami, 10 to 8. The bowlers and the operation of all municipal
Fight Started to Keep program of the Redland District and Dade County officials have
will be
departments proposed by
the bakers will
Low Grade ProductsOff Lions Club at its ladies' night promised ample police protectionand tangle tonight
Councilman W. R. Bird to the
The Junior schedule has been
Market meeting Tuesday evening other facilities for the tour
The "blushing bride" was Geo. of the couple through the groves announced as follows: council at Its regular meeting oit

Cooper, attired In the proverbial and towns of the district. Au,. S-Holsum vs Bird Chevrolet Monday night
First steps toward obtaining t
Mr. Bird said that he has been
feminine wedding outfit, and the"bridelroom" Plans beyond Issuance of the .
law which will permit the marketIng I the consideration
giving
proposition
was Harry Schau- Invitation have not been workedout Au,. 7-Bird Chev. vs Bowling -
of only the highest quality berger Lawrence Pope served as by the Rotary Club However Allies. for the past five or six months

limes of adequate juice content, the officiating minister, while an the duke is a Rotarian and If it Aug. 9-Bird Chev. vs Holaum. and believes the new system will
were taken Monday night when unidentified club member hovered Is possible he will be guest of Aug. 12-Bird Chev. vs Bowlers be highly beneficial to the welfareof
around the front door of the Lions' honor it a meeting of the local AUII. 14-Bowlers vs Holsum. the city.
growers packers and business men The of the la
salary now
Den, holding a double-barreled AUII. 16-Bird Chev. vs. Bowlers mayor
at a meeting In the chamber of shotgun at "ready" and keeping a club.A $30: s month, and etch toun-
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trip over the Oversea High- AUII. -Bird Chev. vs Holaum.Aug.
commerce building authorised L. watchful eye to see that the rites 21-Holsum vs Bowlers cllman receives ten dollars a
way to Key West Is also under
month, Mr Bird out and
L. Chandler of Goulds chairmanof progressed without any hitch. AUII. 23-Bowlers vs Bird Chev. pointed
consideration as a follow-up of
the Florida Citrus Commission, The "reverend" Pope started the he would take this saving, amountIng -
.
the meeting The trip over the Au, 26-Holsum vs Bird Chev.
to appoint a committee from the ceremony by getting the facts Aug. 28- Holsum vs Bowlers roughly to fifteen hundred
"eighth wonder of the world" Is
Industry to Investigate its needs from the principals. The blushing Au,. 30-Bird Chev. vs HoUum dollars a year and supplement it
seen at a possible lure for the
and report back with recommendations "bride" gave her age as 16 Sept. 2-Holsum vs Bird Chev with other savings a city manager
rest of the
for legislation to be enact "Heck, you can't get married at I program Sept. 4-Holsum vs Bow UTS. should I be able to effect and provide
At present the duke and duchess I the salary for a city manager
at the 1941 session of the state It unless you have your papa's Sept. 6-Holsum vs Bird Chev
legislature. consent," the "clergyman" pointed are aboard a liner bound for .
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New York. They embarked from "The city of Homestead Is a
Approximately fifty persons attending out."That I Lisbon, Portugal, 'esterday It million-dollar and I ie
ain't Daniel Boone out e corporation
the meeting voted unani-
mously to have Mr. Chandler select there waving that spray gun," is presumed they will make connections .TREES CUT DOWN' being run without any special dl-
the committee and serve as "she" retorted. "Let's get 1I0In,." through Miami to Nassau reeling head and without any. coordination
Its chairman. So the wedding took place. Announcement that the dukeof IN BEAUTIFYING of Its activities,' he
Other stunts on the program Windsor had been appointed said "The hundred and one details
Mr. Chandler said he would appoint of the Bahamas that have to await action
included a skip rope race for the governor was now
the other members of his made several weeks SCHOOLS HERE by a of seven men could
ladies, an egg race, in which Jh. ago. group ,
committee later he wished to
as contestants were obliged to run At the meeting of the Rotary under the city manager form ot
exercise the utmost care to get the length of the clubhouse carrying Club: Wednesday noon, talks were government, receive Immediate at-
members who would and could an egg in a spoon and a"repertoire" made by W. J. Brown chairman Top-soiling and beautificationwork tention. Taxes could be collectedmore
servefaithfully and ably In order by the Lions' "band"A ,|dot the membership committee of on the grounds of the Neva quickly, and a better check;
that the best results be obtained
may hidden music box furnished the I the Miami Chamber of Commerce could be kept on collections and
for the King Cooper School and Home-
Industry.Mr. music supposed to have emanated land the Rev. E. Ruffin Jones of delinquents so as to prevent prop-
Chandler said the facilitiesand from the mute band Instruments i Norfolk. Va. stead High School was started this perty from reverting to the state"
services of the citrus commission I week by a crew of 84 WPA work I The city council would be replaced
would be placed at the men under the supervision of by a seven-man commissionwith
of the committee to aid Erection of Chain Store Restaurant commissioner
disposal Fred Fuchs The project is to be each servingfor
its investigation. Inspectors andlet finished within a month the nominal sum of one dollar
at counsel will be available Buildings Here Under Consideration The recreation areas of the a year. The mayor, selected by
without cost to help get the Infor- schools particularly that of the the commission from its member..

mation and put it Into proper Construction ot a building on says It will reopen with several grammar school, are, to a great ship would serve as city judge
phraseology, he said. Kjome avenue In the neighborhood weeks In the building adjoining extent, covered with loose stones and collect two dollars from the
Acton by the growers and shippers of the city hall, to house a Hotel Redland and formerly and bed rock. After the top-soil fine and forfeiture fund for each,
present followed a thorough chain grocery store, a restaurant on occupied by the Green Lantern Is placed, grass will be set out. I session of court held. Other than
discussion led by Mr. Chandler the east side of the Federal high- Restaurant.The I I Trenches are being dug around I this and his dollar a year as commissioner
who told of the benefits that had and a tourist camp on the highway Green Lantern. operated the buildings for the planting of he would receive no re.
been obtained under the laws governing a half-mile from the city, duriitx; the winter by Mrs. Given foundation shrubbery muneration.The .
the marketing of other cit- are under consideration at the I Victor will open this season in II I Removal this week of the plth.I .-I city manager would serve
I present time, it was learned this I building to be constructed on the coloblum trees which lined the at the. pleasure of the commission
rus.State Representative H. Earnest week. I Federal highway, Mrs. Vlttor an-,driveway of Neva King Cooper and would have complete charge
Over treet and Marshall C. Wise- The deal for the chain store site nounced. School Is disturbing many who de-I of all city departments.
heart Democratic nominee for has not yet been consumated the]I I i Mrs. Victor laid she intends 'plored the loss of their shade to I "He' would have power to hire.
representative, were present at district manager said Wednesday, I i to have the new restaurant buildIng {the children. Principal Baker MHlndmon and fire," pointed out Mr .Bird.
the meeting. Representative Geo but he admitted that negotiationswere completed within the next said that' replacement of, "Discharged employees, however
E. Holt sent I telegram In which kinder way. few months. Definite plans In regard i the trees with shrubbery was de- would have the right of appeal*
,IM he offered his co-operation. WpsQlliard) proprietor of a I to'its construction have not'cided on because several of the to the commission, which would-
a',. Oventreet., who Is a Miami !dining car ( restaurant thai was yet been worked out, she said. I I trees had died. others were 'degenerating have power to make final decis
I j'. grocery store operator> said he had forct4"1o'alate the property between Plans for construction of the and the school board's ions.
experienced the dissatisfaction of the Horne building and tourist camp also are la the forma- beautification expert B. A. Means. "The manager would also par
star*.I ttye aIII.Jt,,was said. [advised It. .(Continued'on. roe "t -;
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Two THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday, August 2, 1940OFFER : ;

the unpaid II which In recent years have caused y
'Avocado and Persian Lime Growers (i factors satisfactory,
CITRUS GROWERS' loan wouldbe citrus growers Immense damage
the
MADE TO capital portion of
I the Rev. Harley R. Core, Chas I considered eligible for renewal. much of It due to Inadequate pro-
Pratt, and J. J. L. Phillips.The .
In view of the above stated poll tection through II proper heating
PAtMCEMETERYtOT meeting of and MAY I GET LOANSTO '
growers clc, It would seem that the associations of the groves
shippers was suggested by Mr.
credit service
: could provide
Chandler in read Mrs - -- -- - -
a letter by
OWNERS FIGHT FREEZE to growers operating a found J
W J. Krome at a meeting of the I
business"
Rcdtano District Chamber of Commerce Abie's Lunch Room'
I he it
Monday night el teat week Sen. Pepper declared that
If c nr of lots in Palm cl'fII-j which had been called to make Washington Aug. 1.-There is I'pursuing the matter further with A. B. CORE, Prop.
eU ,'i at Nitrunja will have plans for observing of Lime Week strong possibility that the lending I the Production Credit Corporation

ku't to their Jots In The letter came as a fitting climax of the Production Credit(1 lot Columbia, S. C., which serves 219 State Highway,
tcn:i ith tho' summer I:1 to Indignant protests from citizens cope I I the,I area Including Florida citrus
extended to South Miami
tlon rgt.im of the South J growers and shippers Include Corporatlcn may be (industry
I2fI, At.rtlmlhm, the amoclati :concerning the "dry" limes that enable citrus growers to borrow "With this plan la operation
I ::11 i It iIhe lot top-soiled: Maine Rom and KKtVu
"th of
had been marketed this year by funds to purchase necessary equip- mid the senator growers
and nttcl tu grass in additionto I those who were too greedy to wait 'citrus I fruit will be la far better Vader SopervMra ef
ment to protect their groves against,
u'utI I ire given the ground I'
themselves
for fruit k> mature properly. The 'position to protect
tin u round I membership voted \to seek ways freeze damage, according to Sen 'against the occasional freezes 1 BOB and AL DYSON

Th innouncement was made I and means of enforcing high standards Claude Pepper, who has made the Formerly *f Bryants Corner
th: week by Chas J. Cases pres- I of juice content and grades proposal to the department of agriculture Lei GARLIC Help Fight
Idtnt ol the cemetery association before doing anything( te publicizethe ,4
.
Hi I Is seeking the Open tt Hours a Day
cooperationof
lime further Further discussion Harmful Colon Baclsria
Acting Secretary of Agriculture r
local civic service and fraternal -
of Lime Week will be takenup ] OMltf.ort.1 MrarftdM.Mrrlanense- CURB SERVICE
Glover B. Hill has advised Sen. .
organizations in the cemetery at the next aweting of the r lewd waste oleo is pose edsm wear beee1epnine
beautification butpointed i Pepper that: "While association few sad Mtnine dlttree.fnfMrdnrhel
program
,chamber. I sad dl Toe DEARaoRNederl. lunches Sandwiches and Cold
out that the offer to topsoil loans are generally made to finance ". ra.rlie T.bl. Come tod
a' PricesUAAuAuV
tots If soil u furnished by the At the close of the meeting Mon- current operations to be repaid I : sa 8ft a HISS trW ...k... Drinks Popular

owner, u unprecedented and day night. President W. W. Allan out of current Income yet la' Dixie Drag

bring forth prompt response from announced that limeade "made funds may be Included for capital ,,LU4WWAAAAtAAALAAAAAI- .iI.& ,AuA _
prove' the appearance of the last ,with limes of adequate Juice eon- expenditures The loans are,
noting of their loved ones tent" was to be served those present made with a maturity usually not
plate
to exceed one year, but, credit:I '


CITY MANAGERContinued

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( from Page One)
pare and submit to the commission 1

each near budget foi all de.
pm'Intents for" the ensuing year 1
In he general budget would be
ape tied turns for debt service 1I
an' ith'i ,terns not specifically \ \
Mean Guaranteed Used Cars
mi i wed ill departmental bud-I l / ,
tnt. lit ,i-"u Id lie ,responsible Iii
tin unn,'.
d< pc ;inientv nf the city ire run,1 r finish; good tires and upholster; has ,
i-roi omit ill\ and within theirbudget I
i been gone over by our mechanical department .
allotments. I IVr home
find declared that It Is prac | and declared in perfect condition; we own our

tl.al:1 impossible for city conn owned and operated in the district. i
cilimr' U give sufficient time
I
from their personal businesses to 1939 PLYMOUTH FpRDOR TRUNK SEDAN-

serve administrators the city adequately of the departments as actual Original !grey finish; upholstery like new; "We Built It

over which each is supposed to mechanically perfect; four new tires; low

provide mileage; I locally owned.

1937 FORD 60 TUDOR SEDAN- With a

CHANDLERContinued Black finish; clean inside; motor in good

I shape; the Ford economy car. MORTGAGELOAN. ;

( from Page One) 19T7 CHEVROLET TUDOR TRUNK SEDANA -

housewives over the ulceles new Tu-tone green finish; back tires like

lime that had found their way new and fronts in food condition; clean upholstery -
Into Miami several weeks ago He
mid that If there Is much more ; motor in good shape.Bird'Chevrolet.

of this kind of fruit put on the Arrangedby
market It Is going to prejudice the Co.Oldest
housewife In favor of: the California .
lemon Mr. Overstreet I
pledged/ "e\erjr co-operation poe- )fnvrolet} Dealer on Florida East Coast

IIbk" to the growers In gettingthe Homestead, Florid Telephone 91

kind of legislation they want
punted at the next session of the I : Brooker Lumber Co.

Ir\CbhtIUI'e l r
California adheres strictly to the

policy of marketing only the finest and .
of .I* lemons. Mr. Chandler said Redland Brand
with the result that lemons super-

end limes In demand even In the .
M, ,ml situ.'Moreover., the Paymentsare

California advertlwj .
Its lemons What advertising Fertilizersare

tmifcr the Florida Citrus Com- as Easy
mission has done for oranges, tangerines
and grapefruit It can do.
,
In smaller way for limes" He manufactured in Homesteadby Rent"
went on to give figures showing as
now Florida citrus. other than

market limes, has steadily been capturing the a ]locally owned company.

A gentleman agreement" In

lieu of a law just doesn work, Mixtures are carried BROOKERLumber .
Mr Chandler pointed out because

thpu are as many Interpretations
ol the agreement as there are par-
tint to It.Among. I on hand for every
'
others who spoke were: Company

Carl P jwaty. manager of Florida I need. .

MOTH or APPIII ATIOX WR I
TAX: nirn HOMESTEAD PHONE 62 In i
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ta ..l 0.-. A. D IM. _.. filed wM
Ortlflnu* In Mr om.., end .... n.d.
IH.lk-ilk.il f.t..> .teed .. issue m.n.ri
-im wits b' I4 Certtfkate 1 always appreciated. FOR QUICK WRECKER SERVICE .
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UK olluoliw I d psswertr.
-a.wted In Dale dranlir FVirM.. IwrttS :I AND EXPERT AUTO REPAIRS :
a.. Week S. Weal BWHM Vhn. taTHr
the '"( H.W.k. t...... <4 Dade state

"'Florida.Tics a-exam" of sew ets.r1P rider Florida East Coast Fertilizer Co. PHONE 561RSAT's
theM C.atirirw irawd was .. use seer
.f t7nksoww.tie. .
and Ga"its" ....11 be s.dsn.w.w"rdiwe FRANK BJUE.MG
. .. low. tea dead wild GHRHGE l
._ .. tea stet dog .< A_ A. 0.ass.
MFRS. REDLAND BRAND FERTILIZER
...... I" de .f 'uly A. II. IN SAX ALEXANDER. Prep ff
L n. UATHI..AN': .
rDwk. copes Vwttltatsso .. HOMESTEAD FLA. Aracad Drive aid OM Dixie Midway

.C'O"'. Mil ... rime: on. FtoDtcxsPaJ.'e ,
Co tmmvrt k a "
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Friday, August 2, 19-10 THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Page ThreeCORDONIIOBSON

1916, and It was he who fireda head, $300,000.Dredging wan Highway! .Ia cost of approximately ,
I NAVY TO SPEND two million dollars to '
$100,000.Improvement
revolver alter them as they ran I
I I serve the military a* well aa the
from the building with their swag of power facilities,1
PLANT MANAGED $1,250,000 FOR $100,000. civilian needs of Key West. A 111- :
I I In 1814 he married Miss Margaret Inch line for the entire distinct
I Nixon, daughter of L. R. Nixon' Battery charging facilities, $50-I Is to be built. I
BY E. A. CARTER!of Homestead. I KEY WEST WORKWashington : 000.Storage facilities j ctfrttt
,
$73,000. .
I try"" P'I"tMtryfre'ttEXPERT
r In 1921 he moved to Miami and Aug. 1 (Special).-,Improvement of building, shops,I -.
Harold Gordon, personal reprelentathe II '
became connected with Tatum housing and miscellaneous structures -
and IOn of Joseph Gordon The navy this week announcedthat I $50,000.It I
president of Gordon-Hobson, ,I Brothers and, sales a real organization.estate development Later a total of $1.250,000 will be 1 I* expected Unit work will be '
Inc., packers and shippers of avocados immediately expended upon the' commenced shortly line
he founded the Miami Guarantyand on a pipe! I
and limes, called attention
II Title Co rehabilitation of the naval station from Homestead along the Over-
this week to the fact that E. A. I BARBERINGHAIRCUT
at Key West, which has long beenIn I ,
Carter, a man of long experiencein Mr. Pridgen became connected "" ''' '' ''' '' "
the marketing of Redland District i with the Internal revenue bureauin disuse According to the announcement I
fruit, Is now manager of the Miami and served In several which, wed made by, On Your way I
corporation's plant at Naranja. capacities there before, he was Admiral Ben Moreel, chief of the: ThroaihSouth I I ...... 40c
Mr. Carter waa formerly manager :transferred to Jacksonville seven bureau of yards and dock, the' Miami !
of the Redland Citrus Growers' ,years ago.AetIve Improvement will Include the following -; SHAMPOO ...... 40e
:Association, with which he has as a Scottish Rite Mason,' : Fill Your Tank! atCLARK'S MASSAGE
...... 40cBUSH'S
and Marine railway $500,000
been associated for 18 yean he was knight commander of the
he Is now president of that organisation court of honor In 1919 and was elevated Cold storage plant, 171,000.
to the thirty-third degree Rehabilitation of piers and bulk i
Gordon-Hobson, Inc., which Is In 1921-the first Mason in Miamito
Hot connected with any other organization attain that honor. lie became A. H. Ramsey Brother SERVICE STATION
is now packing and second potentate of Mahl Shrine I
Of Loral Grower Dies BARBERSHOP
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shipping limes from the 45-acre Temple In Miami in 1927. He was ,
grove of the elder Mr. Gordon, a past master of the Miami Blue Funeral services; 'for A H. Ramsey GULF PRODUCTS
Who is now In Massachusetts, as ,lodge pioneer Mlamlnn and brother I W. T. CL.1RK,1Mgr.
well at fruit from the groves of Besides his son, Mr. Prldgen I:sot Marshall M Ramsey, Redland
many client growers who avail survived by: three brothers Ja;rgrower: were arranged for 3 p mtoduy .! S Blacks Sooth ef
themselves of the packing and of Atlanta, Westcott of Orland, at the First Presbyterian Traffic Light at I II
marketing facilities of the firm. and Gardrow of Macon, Ga.; twi iChurch of Miami with burial to I N. KRO-ME AVE.aAAAAAAAA&AAAAAAAAAA.
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sisters Mrs. Pearl Halloman am'follow In Woodlawn Cemetery SOUTH MIAMI:
PRIDGEN RITESLAST Miss Rena Prldgen, both of At. Mr. Ramsey died Tuesday night,I -
lantj. at the Mayo Clinic Rochester N. Y.I I "
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WEEK AT I


JACKSONVILLE,

'-
Mr. and Mrs: R E Edwards returned -i I
Saturday from Jacksonville -
where they attended the funeral -
on July 25 of Henry Ruff I
Pridgen, brother-in-law of Mrs.
CASH PLUS
:Edwards and first cashier of the:
old Bank of Homestead. They
I were accompanied here by Henry
Prldgen, Jr., whose mother pre-
ceded his father In death by little
more than a year Accompanying
them, also, was Mrs. John W. '
Batchelor; sister of Mrs Edwards
and the late Mrs. Pridgen.. I For yourLINES
l Mrs. Batchelor, a former resident -'
of Homestead, returned with
her nephew to his home In I
Jacksonville yesterday to remain
there for some time before proceeding -,
on to Akron. I
Mr. Prldgen died July 23 followIng and AVOCAD'OSo
a heart attack. For the past
three years he had been chief of'
the Income tax division for the
district of Florida In the office of
the United States collector of internal -,

A native revenue of Whiteville at Jacksonville N. C. he I For the first time ity this territory you can

cam to Homestead in 1912 to become -I
cashier of the newlyorganized sell your limes and avocados for cash
Bank of Homestead. He was t.,1

on duty the when notorious the bank Ashley was gang robbedby In and still have the adV htage of pool I


marketing.





I This means that we pay you cash on the


i platform. Then your fruit is placed in

,
e I our weekly pool. On a rising market


1 the pool prices will add greatly to the


j price of your fruit; we will in turn pay


t you the difference in cash gained by


ANEW MANCHIROPRACTIC I pool marketing.GordonHobson.


restores thousands daily of
I
sick and ailing people to I

health. Many had tried

efervthing else in vain.

Don t say you can't get

rid of your trouble, or-

ganic or otherwise,until I IMORrOHlTEDNARANJA

you have given Chiro- I

practic a chance.Consultation I
without FLORIDAfI

obligation. I
h oars: '-U; 1-S; <-. I
Sundays by Appointment I

Dr. R. J. Elliott 1

1 iras .8..... u-w.,Fla.: I.



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now multiplied
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;Wow the Old State of East I\. ... .. ...,. .... ;-t not only to read them all, but
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Tennessee ManagedWith ""' ,... ;JII. ... even to know their numbers and '
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charailirlsjic, directness our their titles Happily, one Is not obligcd -

pioneering forbears of east Tmneiscf r[ to read all that Is published I

wisely met a very distressing I I-Voltaire.| :

sltuaU<*i. They floated na I a .
bonds had no welfare boards or It Is no longer necessary to be'

relief agencies. They Utilized the I I embarrassed when asked, "Have'you
gifts of the good earth and drew read 'Thus and So'?" There :
en the bounteous store house of '
are books; and more books-to
Mother Nature for the*' Immediate I reader'i However
please every fancy
.
Heeds A new government was A .marSsy some non-fiction books com

deemed essential and they formed *"" "* under the "must" list especially
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one The reason for this actionin "
those which throw light on the
not known kb us It Is recorded I present world conditions.
however. that the Inhabitants of p
tiNE RiliNG'I Such Is of
a one 'Days Our.
east Tennessee wanted a new and
Years. by Van Paassen The
author
separate state and proceeded to organize INTINCr
I is foreign
the ekox t-lived\ state of a correspondent,
Franklin. THE YOUNG service man from World War No. 1,

I / fKHfft and of Dutch origin
A kgisliture was convened by
them In October of 1788 to form a r TURTleSTARrX rotor : In Days of Our Years" thereis

new state to appoint their civil THE OCEAN It/ON"" scarcely a figure of Importune
I in the International of the
officers and te fix the salaries to I RFrRIl /J1/l.TN. THE I > news
? ; last two decades that dots not
be thorn The
paid officers were 1114 awrro
F/ES'I 7 into the But the reader
come story -.
elected
Vie alas ies fixed and thenIt
/lEARS R Sr/l/KING I life into which
\ gets a story they
was dlsievtrcd that there existed -
&S'II1I1LRNC come as naturally as a neighbor
an appalling shortage of the
wherewithal to pay them. The & Ii"STEI1 / .I on the next street Every one tells
.
Inside stories and the whole
legislature enacted the following I --.- narra-
tive reads like a novel of Inter
interesting measure:
,national Intrigue, A vote on nonfiction :,.
"Be it enacted by the general assembly I ... ......... .. .. .. ... I' !books taken among the .
of the state of Franklin that dite Mr Isaac Tootleberry tines : '- .III. '- the school day was this youngsterI !
to address the chair thuswjao: r allowed to forget his differenceof faculty of Princeton University
from the first day of January A. D. t- I
Children in CourtBy gives Mils book tint place
1789 tie salaries of the officers of Dunned ret don look to me I opinion on religious matters lie
this commonwealth be as follows like a pertectlve tariff an' ",'e I constantly engaged in quarrels for Speaking of personalties, the library -
to mil Dlmmycrats have always been lodge Malcolm Ilatfleld which he frequently was censured I now.offer* the public a new l.

His eticcUenry the agin that, but I ree'on11en afeller ........................NI.11..1..1.1.L.N1.1.111RELUCI0t'S As a result this boy became reference service in the form of '' ,!
j 1000 deer iMns'His governor 'i pocketbook Bits mixed INTOLERANCE sullen and hid school work suffer "Current Biography:'-s ..cumula: II
with pollytix he sticks close to ed. tive monthly featuring honor the chi justice his wallet." One youngster. severely per- and international names In the I-
600 deer skirt I secuted by his classmates becausehe Had his teacher been aware of
news today.
a attended church catechism after the situation the could have: ellcfe'lvored"O ;
"The. attorney general, 906 deer I One of the maxims or that school The boys would get hs(-, seek the co-operation Among our late books acquired I

kins shrewd old philosopher Benjamin prayer book and read from,:U invoices 0(' the children's"'pasentsL:without are: Americanization Question, :

i "The secretary to his excellency Franklin, was this one 'Put all mixed with derision and great difficulty But she Mint too nalre" b# Catherine A, Bradshaw, ; ..

I the governor 500 coon skins yeur eggs In one basket, then scorn Not for an Instant duringof swayed by religlbus intoleranceand 'and 'The Constitution Explained' .
"The treasurer of the state, 450 watch the basket. England is sympathized with the Children by Wilson Parkhill The first mentioned -
otter skins finding out the truth of the home of prominent familieswho made will be 'of Invaluable help .i

Eich county clerk, 300 beaver I ly phrase by being obliged to gloves change purse woman's life miserable for the particular to anyone thinking of becoming ao .-. ,.

.tklns scatter her armed forces to th< hat, blue belt and hat medicine pupil they considered to be !lout- American citizen. The latter should .;
"Clerk af the house of commons ends ,of the esMlfl the sun neve I broken eye glas es, two pairs hose side"their realm. Interest every man and womap rfVlnl.

206 eoeai tklns'Members seta on the ferlta empire") t< I pair dress shoes; flower seed Such a situation ,is not'uncom in the United ,States 1-,

of the assembly (per meet the wallbNwit go up for defend powder puffs paper cups, van opener mon IIi smaller communities '!with is 'no respecter of

.diem). 2 com skins I *. in several years we The. only items likely! :tto.belong a limited number of churches' One Of the European I

Justice .f the peace (for signing. will be free of the Philippines, and to i man were a shirt and a cannot'help feeling that 'a general felt the heavy perSODI.1'

:warrant( ), 1 muskrat skin 10 far as I arfwfWrned, for the pipe _. course on religion, 'togther r :
fVlnl.
Constable for serving the war public good Poifc Jlico! could go with .
a hUtory of .the various Somerset Maugham, who es ,.
rant" 1 mink skin" with them. Persiflage: Sally says lame proposition churches: ,: would do much, tp alleviate from Franc to England lout

: In considering relative values, A are awfully simple; while ) i conditions ,*of this 'kind.Jgnorartetl smack,He is a British ;f
these fees or salaries would be Southern newspaper statesj others are simply awful, Butterflies which, Is, usually! at t .J.
,welcomed by of our state and that after an exhaustive survey misnamed shouldbe
many art : they the bas of ill religious intolerance
'county officers today The state I Purdue (Indiana) University I called flutter-bys Wodehouse, British super-
be checked
I I can effectively d
humorist, who Is how interned Ia
of Franklin 1 legislature evidently professor Is led to believe that -- -
considered it more dangerous to 1 the attitude of high school pupils France by' the Nazis.

serve a warrant than to sign one can be changed with IS minutes R Fran Werfel!,, Austrian play J'

The funny old hills of Tennesseewere Instruction, and the paper adds: Auto Quiz No 7 wrtht'lnd novelist who Is now
there in those days, of course, "It Is difficult to understand in the hands of the Nazis His new '

bat no reference Is made to Ute what this shows or proves" To novel will be a book club choice .

products of these hills or any men- some people It indicates w* are when' It appear icon. .

tion made ol revenue ofUeers raising up a race of putty people, Lion Feuchtwanger, German-
f
or 'yes men t V rGat Jewish writer, who when last
YYVYYY TT"9..VVYVVVYY.. a
? heard from had escaped from
CURRENTCOMMENT Most pastors do not countenance a bvrse go France to Portugal.

traveling evangelists, saying there
la too much professionalism in arsome horse /I, RIG! Jean Glono, French writer, who
t was imprisoned by Daladier for
their methods creating a sort of itflet a "
:religious hysteria A I1 hi. outspoken opposition to the
congregation

By AGNEW WELSH 1 war
few v
I a mile up-state allowed

LAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA I Itself to be whipped into a religious The whereabouts of Francis Ko- .
!fervor that brought complaint zik, Czechoslovakian writer win- '
Ulurt Notat Mr W.l.k W.IOMIM
IMMMMIIti an hi* "l Mllinllti.** WtMtlMTtkn from the neighbors at which Mr ner of the all-natiens novel contest
W I* urammt or it ...l....
are unknown.
Tootleberry remarked
with big -.I.1.. ... Add... MinmunlmlloM : "Too many
to A.MW W.Uh. Ill H. L I olkses! mistake noise for 'liglon; Sigrid Undsct had I thrilling ,'.
MKl .... Miami '
N
they was Just on a liglous ram- escape by land and sea from Nor ,

Past and present name rom- page" way to Stockholm

rent In the movie industry read The children story hour has-
mop
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lik* a foreign city dtiecfcrylloblitzelle Mile Eve Curie daughter of the I 1 been well attended until last week ,

Seltnlck, Zanuck' Spyres I fumed French scientist, say that when the rain Interfered. We trust

1 Skowras, Dietrich, Zukar,I France will rise again to glory:' the children will keep it In mind '

Sehenck Mitzi Halos, Sellg, Froh-tAn old saw say that Truth crushed 1 and be on time this Friday The i

snan. to earth will rise again, but ZY..wr. awtr s..l.. crazy book chart II'truly beginning -

dfaktterested Truth prone on the earth, her I. When ascending a steep bill, you'll save wear and tear oa to look like what its name
To I onlooker It neck held by a mailed fist and
your motor a* well M your nerves if you shift into second when Implies
would seem that the U. S. Sugar her ankles bound with iron bands, is reduced to about .
your speed (t) eight miles an hour, (b): a
1 Corporation of Clewlston, Isnt Is In a mighty poor situation to twelve miles an hour ,(c), fifteen miles an'hour, ,(d) twenty miles
, doing so badly, In addition to its do much rising for quite 4 spell an hour. Lin Yutang, author of "Importance -

\ normal profits the government of time S. And you may even save your life if. in descending a of Living" and "Moment In
very "
I recently paid It a bonus of $'80.I ,- steep hill, you have your gears in (a) neutral (b) third. (<)] Peking, with his wife and three t
319 The smatter Fellsmere A Miami bus (d the '" daughter has arrived safely at
compan reportsthis first ) same gear you would use to get up the .
ject ao doubt received a list of articles gathered up I. One highball or cocktail, or two flutes ol beer, will not bass their home In the Interior of

fcea*! sum and the Hawaiian pro-I I during a period of two weeks and pair em's driving ability. True (-) or False (-). j China. He has gone back to de
his bit for China. Just how he
Fiesta Kimta growers fared awaiting claimants: six parasols -
I M wel. The venerable and three dresses, ton pair Lali.r iftmara tat Page Severn) 4 wasn't sure, Perhaps by publishIng '-
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Friday, August 2, 1940 THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Pace Five i

la McCormick S. C, and spent Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Byrum Sunday children all of Mluail. were-Sunday ;
l some time with Mrs. Rheney and Ruth Byrum. who had been visit I runts of Mr. Shields' parent I
Vara and Anne, their daughters ling Mr. and Mrs. Abraham her *, Dr. and Mrs S. S. Shields
In and Ground I who are visiting. Jacksonville* and aunt, returned with I
I them. Mist G. Cheving, Miss Florence
I Dr. and Mrs. B. E. Gatlin had ----- I Green, Miss Katherine' Fay, J. C .
a* guests last week-end Mrs H. I James Sullivan spent last weekend Latham and Roy Broadwutcr all
Homestead : M. Chastain of New Smyrna and visiting friends at Marathonand I of Atlanta, visited j filcnde tier
,her daughter, Jean. Key West I last week
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r. -. I Mrs. James Nesbitt and son, Joe Mr. and Mr P. F. Ray haveas ; Mr. and Mm. E. W. Severy and
Mr. and Mri W B. Mills and I I man, returned yesterday to Jack- left last week to visit In Albany, their guests, their niece Mists' daughter Juan of Miami were
HIM Eleanor Kendrick sister of Isonville. Mrs. Batchelor, aunt of Ga., and bhuckoy, Ky. Haddie Grundy cf Lebanon Ky.,I visitors here Sunday.Mr. .
Mrs. Mill, will leave Sunday for Mr. Prldgcn will spend some Miss Flora McLean Miss Myrtle and her niece and nephew, llarrl- ,
Tallahassee. Mr and Mrs. Mill|with him before returning to Ak- McLean and B. M. McLean left ette and Jimmy Grundy, also of I ILeban I and Mrs. Frank Bmw re
will also visit In Hendersonvllle,(ron. Wednesday for a vacation Max- .n. 'turned Wednesday from a kip
N. C., and Mini Kendrick will return -' ton N C.Albert north.
with them when they come! Mr and Mrs. H. C. Nichols and Mrs. Maud Chandler of Miami
back to Homestead. sons, Bobby and Hubert, returnedto Reitz left Saturday for a spent Thursday and Frldny of last
their home In Homestead after twoweeklsit with relative In week with her brother-in-law and ,chil-dren
Mr and Mri. Howard Johnson I is two-month viut with relativesIn Muskegon, Mich., and Chicago. sister Mr. and Mrt Sam J. Davis, I I : :
tad ai week-end guest Mr. John- Lebanon, Ky., and Pensacola In Redland. I here.

ion's sisters Mrs. Vivian Brinson Fla. Miss Mary Bradley will arrive ...",....""....".......,.....-"........"...........-
end Miss Lola Johnson, of Fort today from a month's visit with Warrcne Set'ery Is confined t.
. Lauderdale, and his brother, W. Mrs J. U. Free and Mrs John I Miss Jean Coldren in West FLORIDA CITYBy her home by mere sprain ia
L. Johnson, of Orlando.Mr. Anderson left Thursday an a vacation Brownsville Ri. Mrs. \\/. W. Srvery her ankle.
I trap to llendersonvlllc ..
?1INN11NINIMNNNINMNNNINI1NIIIIINNNINMiss
and Mrs. A. R. Livingston I W. H Woods returned Sunday Mr. and Mr. It. Work-y returned
from visiting his former home in Lois Carpenter returned
and Mrs. Livingston' daughter : .1 Wednesday from Hawthorne, Flu.
Fred Fuchi, Jr. will have ai Orrvllle, Ohio. Mr. Woods attended I Saturday from visiting friends at
Miss Helen Bradley, will return i guest this week-end Joseph Crevasse Miami Beach.
the Rainbow Division encampment Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gaitignnnl
Saturday from a week's visit in
Jr. of Tampa. I
In Montgomery, Ala. returned Tuesday molt a btmlnrM
Camilla, Ga. I L. O. Clonlnger and ion Oscar trip in the North.
J. D. Redd returned Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Caves Jr., 'returned Thursday from Athens,
Mts. R. H. Done and daughter I from a vacation spent In Hot have as their guost, Mrs. Caves' Tenn. ,
Barbara, will leave Sunday for Springs Ark. cousin Mini Helen Rayburn of ,
a visit with relatives in Asheville, Prompt, Courteous Service
Inverness, Fla.
Mr. and Mrs, Wm. Henn moved!
N. C. Harry Shaubcrgrr will leave at the
Sunday for Hendcrsunvlllc, N. C., Mr. and Mrs. Carl Andersonand to Miami Monday.
Miss Noima (Jossman returned to join Mrs. Schaubciger and their daughter Marion left yesterday I
Monday from a month's daughter Betty. I for Columbia S. C. Mr. and Mri L. Varner and SINCLAIRService
pent visiting relatives vacation'' Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Shield and I IP
hove Fla. Mr. and Mri Fletcher Bryant I Mr. and Mrs. O. A. lUmlln and "
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!left yesterday for a two-week vacation daughter, Elizabeth left last wI'ek'' Dr. LeonardYcIIaskln" ,1
Mrs. John Bdtchctor of Akron, In Mount Dora and Orlando, ]l to visit Mr and Mrs. Harold Fay- StationJohn
Ohio, who has bfcn visiting her I Fla.. and Blakley, Ga lor son-in-law and daughter of | BlMrtalliln Fitting and III Rr HwtliJni.?I.I..U..' .u ;
rother-ln-law and sister, Mr and Mr and Mrs Hainlin Ml Suffteld I I I I
Mrs. R. E. Edwards, Miss Florence E Rhency returned Monday i I Ohio. GLASSES E. Davis, Prop.
Jr. both /tl'r the of 141 N. \!. PInt .... Mimi H.. '
Firth and Henry Pi!dg -i, Ief j attending encampment I .. A. Krause Ate. Phone 0115Big
C pl t Air C n Jacksonville who have been I the Rainbow Division at Montgomery -|i Mr, and Mrs Julius Abrahamof .....I..t Ttrm. .
visiting Mr. and Mrs. Lee H. Leh-i, Ala. He visited relatives Coral Gables were guests of I k6 ..I ,. r 4
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....."."..............." ",_.................."...."".. FAIRCLOTH IS MARRIED ,
SAME DATE BIRTHDAY ANNIVERSARIES MISS DOROTHY

I BY TWO FUCHS BROTHERS The Calendar TO T. E. TITUS IN MARYLAND CEREMONYMiss I

CELEBRATED ........"......"...-......................."".....
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left a sick-bed to attend the Aug. 2.-Meeting of Episcopal Dorothy Mae Fatrcloth of Chandler also of Florida City.
Chas T. Fuchs, it. of South Miami city, Auxiliary with Mrs. Ralph Klng
celebration. Florida City and Thomas Eugene She wa born In Tampa but
Fred
and Cord Gables, and I man at 3 o'clock.
Dancing was enjoyed during the : Titus of Portsmouth N. Y., were spent much of her life In Lake-
Fuchs of Homestead whose birthday Aug. 5-Called meeting of Woman's -
land, where she wa graduatedfrom
Following the ,
evening. supper married In Princes
yesterday
anniversaries fall on the lame Dale Faust, son of Mr. and Mrs I Club of Homestead at T.3I high school and from Webb
:Anne Md., with only a few close
date, July 29 although there If a T. J. Faust, who recently movedto p. m. Business College. She came to
7e.,'* difference In their ages, South Miami from Aug. J.-Meeting of Homestead relatives and friends attending. Florida City with her mother and
played several piano Homa.tead'i B. P. W. C. at B p. m. in Chamber I I The) bride wore a navy blue sister last October.
celebrated the two evenU Thursday
of Commerce building. sheer ensemble with blue accessories Mr. Titus la a partner with hi1
of last week with a barbecue Among those !
Aug. I. -Meetln, of Junior father In the monument business
upper on the lawn of the Chai. per were: Mr. and Mrs. Fred Redd
Woman's Club of Homestead alI :I Mrs. Titus Is the daughter of Portsmouth.
Woodrow Fuchs, Mr. at
T Fuchi, Jr., home In Coral Mr. and Mrs.
Gables and Mrs. Alan Jones of Atlanta,. p. m. In club house. I Mrs. B. M. Faircloth of Florida After a honeymoon trip Mr. and

Chai. T. Fuchi Jr., flew back I Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Cauley, Mr. Aug. .-Meeting of W. M. U City and a sister of \fra. R. B. Mrs. Titus will reside In Portsmouth -

from Washington, D. C., where he and Mrs. Gene Olivers, Mr. and Circles. ,

had been visiting another brother, Mrs. Fred Fuchs, Mr. and Mrs. Aug. Covered dish luncheonand :SOCIAL HOUR FOLLOWSL

Richard and him daughter, Jane, Chas. T. Fuchi, Jr., Mrs Lena I I meeting of Legion Auxiliarywith ; O. O. F. INSTALLATION: REDLAND LADIES' AID TO

returned from a vacation spent In Knowles Misses Annabelle and Mrs Frank Schneider. Jasoji Avery was installed as HOLD BENEFIT SUPPER

Detroit Hendersonvill) and New Teresa Bedd Jane Fuchs, Chas Aug. Meeting of general W. noble grand of Homestead LodgeNo. The Ladies' Aid of the Redland

York to celebrate the anniversaries i T. Fuchs, Sr.. Theodore Knowles M. S. 23, I. O O. F., at ceremoniesheld Community Church will give a
Chas T. Fuchs Sr. retired Fred Fuchs, Jr., Rex and Dale
II Aug. 6-Meeting of Outlook In the lodge hall Tuesday covered dish supper at the Red-
pioneer grocery merchant of this I l Faust and Tommy Chlvers, Circle of W. M. S. night.J. land Woman' Club Aug. 14, startIng -

I II Aug. 10-Rebekah chicken sup- Leslie Dotter was Installed at 9.30 o'clock. Proceeds will
WOMAN'S: CI.fB MEETING part In the program, on which an i per for benefit of James Archer as vice-grand and H. B. Seattle be added to the church fund.
CALLLD FOR MONDAYA I Informal discussion was held af the '
Smith Hospital fund. as secretary. Following ceremonies

A d meeting of the Woman')!. terwards.A Aug. 19.-B. P. W. C. luncheonat Mr. Avery appointed the REDLAND CIRCLE MEETS
Club of Homestead: will be hehMondjy I card to the Auxiliary from Bamboo Tavern at 12 o'clock. following other officers: I WITH MRS. REED HOLMES
at 7:30 In the clut Mrs. J. A. Ricks and Mrs T. L. '
evening : Aug. 28-Meeting of Gleaners' E. S. Caplmger, right supporter; Members of the Redland Neigh-
house according to an announce I Hodges, who. are on vacation In I Class with Mrs. Dexter Horne. W. Y Bush, warden; E. Z. Thompson I borhood Circle were entertained
nvnt by Mr H. K. Foulk, president 1 Concord. N. C. was read
-I chaplain; B. C. Murphy, inside
: Mrs. Burr served sherbet and Aug. 26-Meeting of Jennie Lob- Monday by Mrs. Reed Holmes at
I dell Circle with Miss Jennie Lob- guardian; Otto Bernecker,I her home. On the program were
Business concerning the cabaret cake. dell. outside guardian; and C M. Barrow Margaret Gaby, Miriam and Mar-
and the county federation meeting : Those present were: Mrs. R. C right supporter to the vice- shall Holmes and Barbara Ann
in Homestead In January will !Jackson Mrs. J. M. Holferty Mrs grand. I
Brown, each of whom solo.
sang a
REBEKA1H TO SPONSOR
be discussed. ", Lawrence Pope Mrs Frank Hathaway I St'PPER FOR HOSPITAL The 1 Installation ceremonies were 1 Mis. W. E. Gaby played several

I Mrs Cora Robinson, Mrs. In the charge of John R. Brain of piano numbers, and she played I
DEMONSTRATION: CUB P. F. Ray, Mri. A. F. Darling, Mrs. A baked chicken supper for the
I Hialeah, district deputy grand the accompaniment for a violin
HEARS CAMP REPORTS Miss benefit of the James Archer
Cromwall
PIumm, Mr I I
Members of the team
I Smith Hospital will be held Sat- master. I solo by Mrs. Sam J. Davis. The
Report of both the home dem- Ray, and the hostess. j I urday, Aug. 10, In the I. O. O. F. Clyde Gamber, C. P. Crlnold, A. S. entire group tang several selec
onstration camp and the 4-H camp hall by Liberty Rebekah Lodge Nlckerson, and E. A Buchanan.Approximately tions. :
Miami Beach In June CABARET PLANS TO BEDISCUSSED
held ut were I 4
of Homestead. members of
forty Mrs. Holmes served congealedfruit
MONDAY: NIGHT
given at I meeting of the Redland Serving will begin at 5 and last the lodge and of Liberty Rebekah' salad with sandwiches and

Home Demonstration Club Friday I Mrs. Lillian Connelly of Miami i until 8. Proceeds will be turned Lodge attended a social hour that punch.
tit the home of Mrj. W. K. Haai who has directed: the past two Junior over to the hospital fund. followed. The Rev. J. J. Richard 1
in Redtand. I .Woman's Club Cabaret In l Tickets may be purchase from *, give a talk on" temperance. Those present were Mrs. L. H.
Homestead will discuss the plans lodge member. Mrs. R. W. Klopp 1 Mn. Emma Wright Mrs.
Preceding the meeting a picnic I any Tee cream and cake were served.
luncheon was served on the lawn and costumes for the next cabaret, Mullins and Mrs. Blanche Chap J, A. Rotherham, Mrs. L. J. Roth I
Mrs J H. Singer reported the i i to be held In November, at a meeting man are In charge of the arrangements erham of Boston, Mr J. Lawrence
home demonstrator week'l camp. I: of the club Monday in the for the supper. Circle Five of the W M. U. of Scott Mrs Davis, Mr. Gaby, Miriam
the First Baptist Church of Homestead and Marshall Holmes, Margaret -
Miss Mary Lucy Hughes of Miami : Woman' Club building. She will
spoke of the national 4-H camp be accompanied by her daughter, MRS HOLFERTY ENTERTAINS will meet Monday afternoon Gaby, Barbara Ann Brown

held ,m Wellington D. C., In June. I Mrs. Anne Cheeseborough, who CHURCH SCHOOL CLASS with Mr. W. B. Cave, Jr. and Mrs Holmes.

The other girls, Miss Dorothy was In the cabaret given two years Mr*. J. M. Holferty entertained -- -- ----

Walker Mill Mary Anna Radcl class of girls of the junior department !
Miss Mary Alice Green and Miss ago.All Junior Club members are of the Presbyterian Sunday t.M Jtt DRUJG STORE frt Jurepltct* _* trw*

Dills Waiters, all of Miami told urged to attend and any mem- school with a party Monday afternoon 1
cf the different phases of activity bers of the senior club whd're at the home of Mn B. C3atlln I

and their experience at the camp I Interested area: Invited.W. In Homestead. THE DIXIE DRUGJACK

held it Ida M. Fisher high School. After playing various games, the

M. U. CHAIRMEN DECIDE -
FOLK HOWARD JOHNSON
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Mine Margaret Delaney. assis- iroup swam in the municipal pool
DEVOTIONAL: THEME
11l-lIoteat..
Phosas Sf and
demonstration Those present were: Evelyn
tant county home I Devotional chairmen for the W.

agent. accompanied the ,Irll. M. U. circles of the First Baptist 3ossman, Dolly Jackson, Ann Take few mlaite with the while family ad see aO the saving

Others present wereMr: Sey- Church of Homestead met Monday fiickson Eleanor Robinson, Betty3atlin that can be aU far ntrJ'tile fssnllr. There are the same i
mour Dane Mrs. D. M. Brannon evening at the home of Mrs. J. Mrs Gatlin and Mrs. Hoiterty. leas prices M everyday seeds as well a* m vacation need Take

Mrs P r. Ray, Mri A W. January C. Vann to discus subjects for advantage of price SMW. '

Mn J. A. Rotherham, Mrs the next month."Conversation".
The. Legion Auxiliary of John r
H J Armstrong, Mrs. J. Lawrence will be used as
3. Salley Pout will have'a covered
Scott Mrs. L. J. Rotherham of the subject for August by all cir
Tuesday
dish luncheon and meeting -
Boston Miss Virginia Haas Bart -
cles.Those at the home of Mrs. Frank
.ira Ann Brown of Boston Helen attending were: Mri. Gor- '
Schneider. l I
MtElrenth and Martha January don Ivey, Mn. W. B. Caves, Mri. WF/JUaaiffl

W. T. McConnell Mrs. J. Law- TOOTHBRUSH
PRESBYTERIAN AUXILIARY rence Scott and Mrs. Vann.
NOT TO MEET IV At'Gt'ST $1P.Atsr.Awhs!
The Woman's Auxiliary of St.'
The Woman' Auxiliary of the Church will meet Uftift
Homestead Church John's Episcopal Cod Liver Oil
Presbyterian this afternoon at 3 with Mrs. Ralph 49 pJntsf Mi3l
meet the month
will not during Arl
Redland.
Klngman In
cf August It was decided at a Tt A and D for MOUTH WASH

meeting held July 25 at the home 'I''nit''' q10, u' gr.a1et re8tx.tiseCaul1
of Mn R. Y. Burr In Goulds. )

Mia Gula Ray conducted a for RELIABLEDry
eign missions program on "The) Syrup r
), Cleaners and
Moral Implication of the Monroe
Cherrosofe15Jolaceunl
Doctrine". Mn H. O. Cromwall LaundryEMORY A good} new tooth brush
and Mrs. C. Ben Plummer took DEAIINO: Oeaut4 for clean to
teeth bell A bottle
1 1s.
Owner and Manager of double-strength

SLITS _.. ........__..-.. _? 410 P *aloitinflji-oOr t Mouth antiseptic

GLASSES PANTS ._. _...__._ MoMea's beeline with Tb nBl awtsxxl I 4 OsoVea Time QNOIi1 CASCADI
: Wemesi't canortabWIMM
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-To Opals. HATS Cleaned and Blocked tie Stationery 300ftbtamScwt

Yon WASH PANTS _.. life
Am a "also
SHIRTS ____.___. ._ lie Zfhumm'Abe WSW FLASHLIGHT
Write attract.he
DRESSES -.... 4o ., qUtJI hatters, sea where

LADIES' COATS _____ ... 4*) np I you ge to I

SKIRTS v. .50 or the sight. 4'A'
Oil MwhlnelewPermsnent
D.UIPvASI" U Ibs. __ 4SeJo 'i
( each additional pound) I WstesJUICE'S 1

.**> ,..,..** ...; ir.. eyes,.H\ FLAT ,,"ORKlbo .. 7c /
ti..9 .. KNOW An -.. ..'"- : BeAUTY
pig era Wkf 4Ur ," COMMERCIAL: FLAT Ib. tc tnttrtfllon Service is y./y./lndouI'_

Dr. B. F. StebbinsDr. ($1 Minimum PARLOR the owkkme qf .uf 10dt fan y a.ew ,....,
Chug Uiliwu. Yew .. ... Serice .
L. W. Stebbins WORK CALLED FOR AND I IIIEU'UED I Ml HcCrwr Ae.e+o-Ames DorM CM rally open II. DRUGS with a now/e.

1115 W. Matter St, MlaaslrfceeM I I owner-op"Stee

+s' w Mill Phone SltClna. Fla, Blldg.HetaealpJ. ..1. ... no" 640w

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1, LEGAL NOTICES Auto Quiz No. 7 correct answer oj 20 Mike an hour
given here ts ,approximate and

-eIeRKL 0' APM.fCATrON FOR rtemnmended: by good drivers M 1 CLASSIFIED ADSRATE
'f f TAX DttO ANSWERS well
as automotive
N tit Mo SUMS 1. d. ennlneers. It
woe's ..may liters, that C W Nil.rf twenty miles an hour. The nay vary slightly with different
_Adder < state and county tax waOTilmvd most common fault la hill climbing makes of : first Insertion
cars The main 19 lira
7SM. dated the 2nd thing U a ; subsequent insertions
liar Is
::='' A. P. ISt1. haa: flint ..(d rortlfl.aiy failure to shift to a lower gear for you to set a fairly definite'IIL Si a Line
_M ./rl.., and has mad ..,11... 1 soon enough This U dangerous point for yourself which will .
ere dm au deed an I Issue thereon In .. because It keep __ =--_ _
laM I may mean a stalled moon ;you out of trouble
sssdlatae wI'h law cartlflrau em | .
til. fnllnwlnir dwrrnVil p..rty. I tor a dangerous grade The 2. d. the FOR RENr- tercst payable aeml-annually :
I
mid la 1"1. Ctunly. Florida, b. wltUS : some gear you would House in
Homestead i
IT. Hlk CO City Miami Houlh. use to let up the hill. If the hill $2,011O-$250
flat Book U. Pan 41. In the Cuulilyal LEGAL NOTICES li steep enough FOR RENT- FURNISHED APT. cash, $25 per mo.; 6% Interest, :
you would have
Ba Thr:a>ammriit of mid property Under NOTICE or APPLICATION to go up In second or even first I all-ejectrle: ; preferably by jear. payable wml-annually. w

lilt sold Certificate Issued was, In the name TAX DEED: JOB gear, It Is wise to get into that Reasonable rent Mn Eva Collins Benjamin W. Morris :
.( B. W. Huaark. UNIONS said crrllflaillCW.il Chapter I
I1M7 A.t. Biscayne Or. and Federal
ko radoamnl aiwordlnl twill law, Pile "-,01N! of lose tame gear when going down. The Registered Real Estate Broker i
feu. iced >"". thrmn n the 41h day -foUra I. handy ilrm that Murrl. F.I..I engine works as a brake and saves Highway 2 miles above Homestead N Kromo Ave, Homestead .
A. D. 1040.
d gaud p.peember iNs !list day of July, A. D. 1940L hill i....holder Mo.
H. LEATHERHANHark A. D. ItSH. has fM roe In day of offH. Never descend a hill in neutral \
of Circuit Court, I and h.. made appllcatkm for a ny tat d J FOR KENT-Store at 99 N. Krome FOR SALE! Tropical plants. clt
Dad. FloriClrw.lt to 3. False. The i
; County le. ha issued thereon. Bald II "one-drink" driver
Court aft). cut the l following nirllflrat. ambr Ave. Apply Mn. Eve Collins Fed- rus trees and tropical fruit !to
:. By N. CSTF.RRETT,0.CAre. I In the demented prua.Hy may be as dangerous on the roadas eral Highway and 4
County "* Lade, State Biscay Drive season. Jungle Grove, Redlaad
( t .. W. Si. 80.19101C.R'far loowI"L..I *' "url even a
S, Blook 2 milua above Homes'!*" ty26-U road and Plummet drive.
I. Rlv.nMlfa. Bub.. slight exhilaration
NOTICESTY a may cause him
Pl.t Hook it !>. ,
7 ,
? ln the County to
1IIe" of Dada, taw at take chances. Studies indicate RENT YOUR HOUSE '
Florida. -furw.7ied
,... FOUNDFOUND
City Council of the City of R The "" bit that
.r one
?! "H property undo, or two drinks definitely or unfurnished. I have
.rob, "Its for kldi the year
lth& .ulln., kerosenerlur1ssNM J"AHa'rt! Irate was '" the ..m. of'' Impair one's driving j
supply of a >- D. Ire. ability.Turner's 'round client Benjamin W. -Key ring and keys May

Tk. rTomMtrad oM. and fuel City oH.. Clerk will upon according-.F"1.?* Hid to law_. 1 the_ ball ha redressed ...-._ ..........._.........__. Morris, registered real estate be claimed by proving ownership

moot, furnish a Nat of .uppllpa and the min will be sold to property the hithwt d."bod bidder broker N. Krome ave., next to I and paying\ for this ad. Ap-
specifications M all Interested partita. at the
All aMi must k* In the hands of th. .d.Y i. the Issues month below 01 door September o. the first L.. Baptist Church. (julfttf ply Brooks, Inc. (a2)
City Clark by SlOO P. It., August 1 9, .hlok in the 9M day A. D. IU.o. Funeral Home
.
*"*' R .. FDWARDB. I Doted this lime toy i 5Srft1MOK. FOR RENT: -Apartments. Sum MISCELLANEOUS
.
Hoanaatoad City Clark.An H Clark LtATHFRMAN 24-HR AMBULANCE: SERVICE mer rates. Ben). W. Morris,

( I. I.H--184II I Court ., ""'.of County; Circuit; Florid Cow''tClreult Lady Attendant registered real estate broker CHILDREN given mother's care

MOTICB OF APPLICATION FOR By g.N. C. rhone 584-R good home. By day 3Sc, or
iTERRETT. Homestead Fla.BIRD'S .
TAX Dual I (Au.. f, 0. 1s. JS-1HO/ ) D C FOR SALE week 350. Mrs. Naomi Oano

Ckipl.r Flla/17457 JI.-. Acl.A-4C4J.t 1115 I -I I Free Methodist parsonage, Florida -

Not... b kerabr llvan that Ch... Brown. FOR SALE OR LEASE- City. jy 26H
balder of $late aaal County Tu C.rtlfk.l.
Nik Itnl tan..l the fill day of Jun., A. I 1'00IIturnJshed house: fully electric -
D. Itltl. has filed raw In my oW... and Apply H. C. Nichols 30 WANTED
Iou: md application for a tat dead to btkraei N. W. 5 .t. Homestead. I
tlwMon. Sahl t.rtlflcal xmbrarnth (a2-tf) TUTORING WANTED high

counts; following of Dido dmribH HUM of Florid.proprrtr kl.wit In I the FOR SALE-Good 5-room house, school and grade school subjects.

B. S ..... of flP;>4 of flP;<4 of cwt 4 IndorsedUSED 100 x ISO lot, fine large bearing Mrs. H. J. Armstrong, A. B4
Bntlol II, Township II South. Kinn 4vKM
*, containing I ACM moro or less. liv.U orange and other trees, best Plummer drive and Country
.. County of Did. SUM of Florida. .j residence section Florida City; I Club road.
The' aucuniFnt of Mid property under '
IK." Mid certificate was In the nom, of: $800 cash. Eleanor Froscher
CLEAN RAGS
WANTED Will
Unknown.Union O\cisca Highway at Florida
laid ..'1111.... ihall bo rntramfdamrdlnf CARS 1 exchange subscription or adverUsing -
fhone
City
R20-J (a2-91 t
to law. the property dmrrlbi I
for clean Leader-
tliMvIn will b> told to th. h(..h..t bidder Our used racs.
al the Court howe door on the drat M,into cars always represent teed value but the FOR SALK Coiner lot and fur Enterprise
day I. the month of lIopho. 1&41'. which ones listed below are uisusually choice and nlshed house Florida I
,
the Ind day of aVntMnbrr. 10(11. we recom City, of ,
mend of 6S. the Public Records of Dado I inn' .
any
Dated this 10th day of July IIMO" one them for your consideration. | $2.500-2:10: cash J25 per mo.; Florlila : also
k., H. LEATHi.RM\N. I j 8'; Interest payable It'ml-an- I lot 111 ..f lllo.li I. III (OMMimiAl
('Iark .f Circuit C.urt. | 'DRVRNTH, AVKNUE. a auMM.i f
1>.. County, Florida ..................11.0,....................., I nually. i Uada County. Florida, aa pr plat th..,.tiwurdnl
Clnult Court SnlDR.R.S.AKERS, House in Florida City $],.800250 In Plat Rook M. "ran M .m ,nii
By N. C. 8TF.RRE'IT. D. C. the Pukll. Records of D..I. County r I I..r
(July 1s. 691 Au. I. 0. 1&40 I $ cash $25 per mo.; 6% in- | Ida, formerly drarrthM a. fellows A I I
1938 FORD STATION i mil fret on Illwaynr H<*d running bail t..

'..."'..""................ ......."."."" .."..... WAGO -'heap 11- NOTrrie.. I. hereby OF Own MA T"8 that In SAUl pursuance 'a will depth hava that when other Mm.lure I.faclni platbd on told rid I 1 r wit Ut

the Final 1Joe_ of .......1_... ontrrrd being fumed In the ..otilhwntorn.r of
1937 the lath day of July A IX Soul In the ES .f the SK: '4 of ,he HE', of the
BUICK COUPE- xceIIent I the Circuit: Court of th. EU-mnth Judicial 8Ki, nl Retain M. Township U aViulll
condition ; Circuit. In and for Ca new la C hanr.... In that certain raiiw nowppndlnar I I I RIIRRrU M
DENTISTo| paint and seat rovers. II whip rrln Greater Miami D v.lopnont I A> Vonlal .;. :1.h.._" ,
I ; : i IH1NFH4HT.
Corporation. a Florida melioration: 'ARKOI.L.
Office Hours 9 a. n. to 5 p. m. I is the Plaintiff and Th. Aimrlran At. I Solicitor, for Plaintirr
1938 CHEVROLET ouIt..rol.Ck.mi..1. Company a JIooI.......1,I July K. AS: An*. t, IM.li'
S ud TK 9 to U \ 4-DOOR TOURING rporntlon ft .,.. are DM-mlant.. 11'nanmy .
CauM. Wo. a44KDi. tW ana .I..od NOTICE er M POW
Closed
I
:
Saturday SEDAN-excellent condition waster .. directed ky such stern and In TAX asnoIklpUr
; low mileage 1 orOr to ....u.. and carlafy the ....... will : IT4S7-A<. >f ISIS
offer for .. at public auction 1ft the File N*. A-4TI
Free Parking Space \ ; good paint and tires. Is.h..l .e w tbe./lw I. loU to hereby irwa> that BarfMd Do
Oak a. In partm.nt ....... Inc. holder of state an4C
I7M Jt W., JSTU 8T, MIAMI 1--: : > M, a:::B'-t the. -t.. Tan CwtlflMU Mot taxes loud
Dada. County Court Hour In Miami Flor. I the sib oar of Jww. A W. IMO, ha. fltal.am.
PIIONB 2-2121 1937 PLYMOUTH 4-DOOR TOURING 1 ate. betwwn th. hour of ..Ironclock. In my offhw. and has mode ippllr
I a. ... and two clock p. m oa Monday, the'lion for a tax dead to be liuH theme.
SEDAN Uh diy of A....... A. n 11411. those Mrtata I'Said .rtlfli.t./ rnbram Ih. f.illo.ln d.
-excellent condition. parcels of land .Itnated I i. the County irrlbnl property In ,he bounty .if Dodo.
I I of Did.. State af rk>rUa, dr..rlhd we .awe .) n....*. I..WMIEl
foil,... to-will A II Lot I. stork It, Town W Prrrln. al
Be sure thai your eyes are as | Lou I to S, Innluil.,, of, ftuirk I. and l li.S.. fist Hook H. Pen 71 In the Countyof
and S of Bln.li 'a.ROSaITER II.... Auto at rlorklaTho .
food a* your br k.s-have then PRESTON B. I 1 'Hi. n iub.hvl.lon In MW'4 of Section I .aiewiiiipnt of a,M pmiMfty .loder
seated at hast, each BIRD MOTOR CO. I, Township SS South Rang41 Fait, aemrdlaai t the Mid rcrtiriratr/ wai In the items ofIPrrrln. -
once year i to plat th.n. : .f rnmrdd In Plat :. Grant Und la
51. pan 42. of the trouble Records. of I Unless rid rortlflrat shell b> rrdnmrd)
DR. F. P. ARCHER South Krome Ave. County. Florida. also acowrdiaar ta l law. the property dmwrlhrd)
Phone 18 //.k.. I. S to II. Incliulvr. and t.. of tkor-ln will be sold ta la* hlihiat bidder
AND SON OPPOSITE I, and Lull I to 0. lnclu.lv." Ill to at the Court boom door on the Mm M,m,
TAG AGENCY .. ./.., II to III. lnrlu.lv.. n and .day Ire Ih. innnth rat BVptvmhrr. Uui. sloth
IS, of lllnrk S. and Las 10 .. II Inrlwlv.II .. la the In* day at ............ ItHn,
Consulting Optometrists I t6. tS and S' af Illork 7. o( V rST Dated lad talk day of July IH'nI
IISCAYNR:. a mbdlvlnfon of tha "..." nf I 1 t H. LEAFHrRWtN.
1521 W. feeler St.. Miami. Fla. ,,,114 of Section 1. Township IS South Clerk W Circuit l..rt
, Ron.. 41 Fait, arrordln to the platthereof Dada County Florida
E,. E..lnad-Lenoon Ground recorded In /'I.' Bonk T, at paw (Circuit Court bVallll
Gis.es Repaired > N. C BTKDRFTT. D C
Cook's (July 1996._ Au>. S, *. IDfU>
Director@Bokool of The for Amnleaa Opticians haUlule Bathing CasinoFIFTH


NEWT. G. BALL DR.M.A.B6UGERDentist

STREET and OCEAN DRIVE
NOTARY PUBLIC

; C. J. BROWN CO. (Whore the c rover Marta the Ocaaaiy,


J Jj j MIAMI BEACH Fire Insurance and Office flours 8:30-4:30

i Refrigeration Service
Kindred Lines First National Bank
BATHING
SUN BATHS

I ElectricalContracting PRIVATE BEACH RESTAURANT Building
SI N. Krome ATS.
: Open Evenings kr A.t eslment

i BATHING SUITS AND ACCESSORIES CHOP I

CAYES BLDG. I RUBBER: CAPS AND: TOYS BEACH CHAIRS AND

HOMESTEAD PRO:'tE 534 SPORTSWEAR CMBREIXAS


JANTZEN HEADQUARTERS THE WORLD'S GOOD NEWS

will come to your boms every day through

I THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR

A. /"' ....,..., Daly N..yeyetr.y

MONKEY JUNGLE DR. C. II. DENBY n remorse lar you MuM mali alaao.taartra_ telaaa ThtMaaUafwa
lops MI aaplau sell= ar aMUatlaa.1 Mikut < R .brew mm
data aarra.tlp.lr wily) Uiaai. rtatiara .at kaat Baa ... aU ...
ONLY laailU, aalaaliis .. waaily ...._ a..u.a

MONKEY Osteopathic: Physician n* OlH.Ua* IcIaaM ruallablni Soal.tr
JUNOLEU4 CMa, Moral lUMh Baaaaak afinaiuaaalalllaaaa

Tot U.S. TnwflSS um mt nbaartMaM The CklMlaa tatoMa MaaJtat fat

Smwtk.ISM I aimihi a. lamitallM
1 Phone 39Homestead WK ii1.rU ua M imii| M.saalna aactla*:\1' Oak S Haaaa HeI
are fl 4d.'. Watt
0- two.e owl sr
.r a" .asst Sae& tP60 Fla. Address
Yia.Vsrrw4
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Page Eight THE Friday, August 2, 1940

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ftllKUllIlIlIIUllI1II ltIlllHII11IIIIIIIIIII number present and the officers _'II lIIIIIUlmlllllil( (( ( (11I1111I111I11I111I111111( II"U"IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII"II""IIIIIIIIIIIIIIOInOllllllllll{ (l IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIU( ,!
for the ensuing rear elected as S. Abo .
foKowt; president, Mrs. W. A.
j Kin ; Vice-president, Mrs. J. R.
20 Years Ago Oorney; treasurer, Mrs. R. E. Ed-
wards; and secretary, Mrs. M. T. CIO RN Ll ri 15Pillsbury's
Hook. I %
'j N1! I NI''lill i 111111111111111111111111lIIIIIIIilW ,' ( -"Dr. M. A. Berger (dentist)
,. from West Palm Beach, arrived
/- 111 A lM He..a..aa.l.rrl..t.hl.hd
M... II. III' in Homestead on Friday of last
...
M. Ik. iMlh. rl.rtdt BUMOrt. week and will take charge of Dr.
....re... Lw...IT. Ml. with ** Shields' practice until the doctor 3 Best
;gets back from his vacation (about
silly St. 1920 October Dr. Berger
I the first of ) ir
1 i -"The Flrrlda City Lumber Co. and wife are a fine young couple. -
has ordered all Its machinery, most . FLOUR 20 lb. Bag 75c
of which Is now en route from I "Bryant Bowden wife and ba-
Jacksonville. Mr. Edwards will from =
by returned Saturday a very
Jacksonville next week to ..
go to enjoyable trip to Jacksonville. = =
I make additional purchases and to -- --
(Florida CtoJ.Redland
\.'; hurry placed."forward(Florida orders City.) previously i ...." .......'''............_.., ""''.wnwnwwrnx... Pride of the Farm Miracle Whip Maxwell House

-"Margaret Robertson enter-I Girl Scouts Tomato Juice. Salad Dressing COFFEE -
tained a few friends at 500 By KATHLEEN CAMPBELL

urday evening at her home on '''..,..".."..''''''...."......''......'' '''..'.........."..,.. C 2tallcansISc .
Broadway. Those enjoying (the Quart 29c lb----------- 23c
We motored to Quail Roost on
evening were: Iris Lund, Lucille =
,I' Thlgpen, Marguerite Thlgpen,Jaq- Tuesday afternoon to have our Kist Sunsweet Red Banner
Kounty
t So rich it
wblps
uellne Edwards. Isabel Craw Har-I meeting at the home of Mrs. Marshall -
old Sheffield, Wayne Cooper Collins with Melba as hos- PEACHES
Frank Rue Frank Sheffield, La- tesi. Corn or Peas Prunes Millltlt
s; Monte Graw, and E. A. Home Jr." We reviewed the requirementsfor No.2Yz ==
:. (Florida City.) a good hiker. and for a foottraveler's = 2 for 19 C 2 LB.PKG. 19 C can 13c 3 cans ....9 C
A.,. 5, 1920 badge.After _
="I R. Nixon Is In Jacksonville made a our delicious regular Iced trip coursewe to the Greenwich Inn-assorted flavors Rosemary
on a business trip." municipal pool In Homestead =
!
-"Mr and Mn. R. E. Edwards where we enjoyed a long swim PrESErVES GraPE sluice
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and family, who have been livingIn I Girl Scouts present were:: Kath-
Miami for the past two months leen Campbell Teenle Torbert El- 2 lb. jar Z9c Quart. . 23c
have returned home. 'vira Burry .T lma Johns, Hazel uu u.
-"Joe Burton got home last Johns, Gnirff Burry, Charlotte'
Bulk Juliette Honeymoon Brand
==
Saturday after a vacation! spent Murray Fen Cossman, Sarah
in MR old Georgia home and at Vihlen Mttba Collins and Mrs English Style
once started In making arrangement Albert Campbell. Visitors who are I MEal 01' Grits I
!! for their big sale" always welcome at the meetings Toffee
.-"J. U Free Is at Henderson-. were: Mrs Harvey Gossman and 3 5 Ibs. for . .15c
vllie, N. C., at this writing and Is daughter Marion Mrs Collins I = R esr. 29c p k g. 23c =
expected; home the last of the, Robert Collins Peggy O'Brlan. Alice =-= On Top
month"Il. Kirk and I lye Campbell I New Dade
II County
I I
W. Johnston has some fine I' ,m IInlHrlilr.I.,,, I.ul-.NeNll'' .I IX,......,,ln-wlf i I Dog or Cat Food
Hayden mango trees which produce Sweet Potatoes
excellent fruit. Not long since I G Cans fop 2Sc _
he had one that weighed 32 ounces CafeNOW
$128.50.Four of" his trees netted him': Tropical Jersey Brand Green 5 lbs. u. . 23c =:

'Woik Is being pushed on the LOCATEDAT = Asparagus .No..2can 15c Jersey Cobbler I
filling station corner Flagler and THE IRISH POTATOES
Krome avenues. It I Is being painteda
most attractive color-navy EVANS HOUSEOne The New Shortenmg-frearns easily
buff. ,I 10 Ibs. __ _23 c

cJcty- ."The(Baptist Ladle Church Improvement) held an So.all Krome-FUfler Block South Traffic of I TEX 3 cAV Q.1 ( Thompson Seedless iI
day meeting with Mrs Wallam I .
S. Krone Ave.ion.nmulnaarunnnrrrnr.auxt.mprwwlneei
Wednesday, working on articles Light on FOR BARING OR FRYING
for their annual bazaar. A good GraPES

-- --.- --. -. ...------ ----- I Dry Baby Sterling 2 lbs. .19 C
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== Fresh Florida
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3 Ibs. 19c 3 pkgs. 10c
u u
ATTENTIONDADE i : Concord Grapes
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I Local Fresh Dressed
2 lbse 15c
I FRYERS Ib 35c 5
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COUNTY 1== Fresh Elberta =

Vegetable GrowersOur liENS, lb. . uu30c PEacl1ESi I

i Sylvan Farms 5 Ibs. 24c 9

; -c; : ; I II
..1 Roll Butter Ib 33c I

Southeastern divisional office at Ken. Litiie

dall, Florida, will remain open throughoutthe I =
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