The leader-enterprise
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00087294/00290
 Material Information
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 16, 1940
Publication Date: -1941
Frequency: weekly
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 )
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
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002057831
oclc - 33835104
notis - AKP5867
lccn - sn 95047482
System ID: UF00087294:00290
 Related Items
Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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for Lime Industry Law



hospital Population to 11 : Ha Ke FOULK TO MAKE STUDY


6 OPERATIONSTAKE /Legion Post Here Backs President's i FOR JUICE AND GRADE RULESLayOff

Conscription, National Defense Plans I

PLACE Telegrams urging -post' discussed the Garand riflerecently of 3,500 W P A Finding to lie Submittedto
INI I ed support of President Roose- J adopted by tin- United" ,Workers Seen TemporaryThe
: Meeting of Growersand
I velt'i defense program, especially ''States army He said tint 1 in Ins, --- I II I /
the conscription act, were sent |opinion the new rifle u- interim Iny-off of approximately Shippers

OPENINGVEEK\ this week to Senators Chas O in quality and Licks the durability I 3.500 WPA workers in Florida !lust I I

Andrews and Claude Pepper by of the Springfield model used week came its the result of extra rIl.\NIH.J -1)ICKISn
John G. Salley Post, American ,iby the armed forces of this oun-
workers used during July to speedup
'' : i i RESEARCH; MEMISKRSChairman
Legion. : ;
,try many years j national defense work, which
Open House SundayDraws Resolutions endorsing the defense under the present program l'/lrrll'.1 I
program were paused unanimously | ARIEDPfi-OGRA preferential hnndling according to I I of CommitteeNot
Many Visitors, Floral) at a meeting of the post;V 1 State Administrator Roy Yet Ready to Announce -
srhrodrr'l I
Tributes Wednesday night. They were "It Is to be hoped Hint PersonnelA )

proposed by the Rev R. F. Black- |SET FOR STATEPOULTRY ''off will be only temporary and I 1 I --.-

ONLY ONE ROO ford, chaplain of the organization that within a short time we cun series of Inspection', the results

The post voted to accept the Invitation put our employment rolls backup
MEET I I of which will form the b.isHfor
of the Coral Gables post I stated Mr. Schroder, "The,
to participate In an Armistice Day state quota has been at 26,200 a proposed state law regulating -

Sets Visiting parade. I since June, but last month In order the lime industry in Flnridn.

Period Between Lawrence Pope, a member of the Donald Bell of South Miami will to help needy persons and to'': Is being made by H K Foulk assistant
be among the speakers at the third national defense
10 a. m. and 9 p. m. I up projects to Goo Copeland chief
I annual poultry Institute to be in the state, more persons

j' Nine patients have been admitted LEAGUELEADINCBROOKER i I held at Camp McQuarrie, near I,!! were worked than the quota provided I I Inspector ol. the Florida CitrusCommission.
for and a* a result wt have
six operations performedand Astor Park under sponsorship of had to back" I IiqUF'i
I drop Luther L, Chandler, appointed
two babies born In the James TAKES i,the agricultural extension service,:j
,it a recent meeting of growers,
Archer Smith municipal hospital ,state poultry associations and oth- i iI
BUILD P.K'ker. and others Interested In
since It was opened on Friday of I HORNEJ6T04 er educational organizations from I| I the industry, to head u committee

last week.A 1 Aug. 19 to 23. His subject will I to conduct the Investigations ob-

seven-pound daughter was Brooker Lumber Co diamond- I be "Broiler Production In the Miami FILLING STATIONONSOUTilKROME I tained the services of Mr Foulk,

born to Mr. and Mrs. J. A. French ball team, leading the senior league Area": I II ''u resident of Homestead, from Mia
of Princeton at the hospital Wed- with a record of no losses, madean Poultry producers from all sec citrus commission. of which, Mr.
nesday. Brenda Joyce, a five- easy victim of the W D. Horne tions I of Florida are expected toattend I i I Chandler l Is chairman
team 16-4 the Institute. The program I Mr Foulk expected to mako
pound girl, was born to Mr and with a victory Monday I is
Mrs. D. H. Delllnger, Jr., of Home 1 night. The win was the sixth for will consist of talks by poultry A permit for the construction I approximately 100 inspection following
stead yesterday Brooker; Home has lost six consecutive specialists, research workers, the completion of which
of a filling station for the Gulf
W. M. Brodie of Redland was I. lamel.I !I and experienced poultry producers data will be placed before ,i general -
the first patient of the hospital Perrine team Is on an even on feeding, hatching raising Oil Corporation at S E, First ave- meeting of growers and ship-

and was also the first to be operated I kete having lost two and won'I|and management of poultry; egg nue and Krome avenue, to cost|i pers... Mr Chandler said that the
on there. Mrs. J, D. Conner two games. I II |quality, poultry Improvement, marIketing $6,000, was granted by the city I lime Industry will be able I to determine

and Arthur French, both of Homestead I There was only one error chalked egg/ and poultry laws, and I council at a special meeting Wed- I I definitely what the vlerage -

I underwent operations there up against the Brooker team'I other phases of the poultry nesday morning I Juice content should be and
Tuesday. Mrs. Robert Atkinson Iin the game Monday night This)Id us try. In-j Construction Is expected to start I I how the fruit can be best graded

of Miami and Albert Byrum, son was made by Brooker, firstbase- ,' Among the entertainment within several weeks, Immediately Ito: maintain Die content decided

of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Byrum of ; man, when he fumbled the ball.I I lures will be group singing, swimming after bid have been accepted,'upon

Homestead, underwent minor operations I Horne made seven mistakes and! and diamondball. Lodging Russell Anderson, local distributor Mr Chandler; uld that he I ia not
I Saturday. Mrs. 1E.. these were divided among five I'I'l ][will be free to those attending. announced when he submitted yet ready to announce his selectionof
Evans of Homestead and Mrs. Ma players Food will be furnished at a nomInal I plans to the council. the rest of the personnel' of his

I bel Carvln of Imokalee are sick- I Brooker made half of Its runs !; cost. Registration cards and The station will be one story research committee
patients.Mrs. In the second inning when eight programs may be obtained from 'In height and of concrete construction

:\ Elinor: Robertson, superintendent men loped home during a hitting I County Agricultural Agent C II., Mr Anderson said. Besides New Newspapers Start
Steffanl at his office in Homestead oil and gasoline, automobile
reported that nine'of theM spree at the expense of Caves,i
I ten rooms are occupied and the Horne hurler. Home didn't start I) or the courthouse at Miami.E .(accessories and tires will be sold. At Miami, Belle GladeTwo

remaining one will be completed scoring until the fifth Inning when i
I I have entered -
and ready for occupancy early two men came' In. Two more new newspapers
Gallaher Put Forward for Job
next week. came home In the eighth. Again the Florida Field. The Independent -

Mrs. Robertson and Dr. J. A. also ,a nw weekly In Miami,
High scores marked the
As Paid Manager of Fruit Festivalhe forerunner of a
Smith, "father" of the new hospi- Junior diamondball game which \II said to be the

tal which bears his name, were preceded the senior game. Bird possible new difly George V.

hosts to several hundred persons Chevrolet beat Hokum Bakery 13 H. Gallaher, who while serving he and Mr. Gallaher were not reelected Harper, formerly Herald connected Is Its editor with
who called when open house was to 10 To date Hokum has won of the Redland at the annual the Miami
as secretary Is the BelleGlade
held there Sunday. A number of two games and lost one, while' held shortly after the uv tlnll The second newspaper
of CommerceIn the
District Chamber Herald, published at
persons sent good wishes In the Bird Chevrolet has won one and ; Concurrence of the board of I
i Glade Trib-
form of flowers, some of which lost three. The Homestead Bowling 1039-40 received a fee of $300 director la In action successor to the
necessary any Is edited by Joe Hill of
were :later distributed among Allies team won the single for managing the seven-day 1940 Involving the expenditure of mon- the une,Post-Times itaff.-FNS,

the patients. game It has played. fruit fe.tlvallalt March was nom- ey, and since there was not a sufficient
Visiting hours have been set I Thirteen players In the Junior
inated to manage the 1941 festival i number of dlrectoas present TO GET BA. t.: DEGREEMrs.
tentatively at 10 a. m. to I p. m. league have been picked to organize Monday night, owing mainly to
k I Howell S. Kcvp of Homestead -
of the chamber
at a meeting
\ daily, Including Sunday. a team to play In the tournament absence from the city on vacation will receive her degree at
: sponsored by the city of Monday nightThe
approval or rejection by the board
In education at
! FOLK BEATS I.OS ANGELES ,Miami recreation department for I action came near the end of will await i called or regular meeting bachelor ef arts for HO
COUNTY AS FRUIT SHIPPER next Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday the meeting upon motion by Paul of that body.Nomination ,commencement
students the University of FlorIda
and Loaner that Mr Gallaher be at
Thursday at Moore Park I appointed of Mrs. Clna Stewart
t Polk County: Florida s greatest ,Miami. i to manage the 1941 festival as recording secretary, with dutiesto Gainesville A till. 24, according

producer of citrus, shipped more I Those selected are: Kenneth! and later amended his motion Include the maintenance of an to an announcement made by

fruit last year than any other ,Creer Billy Fort, John McLaughlin -,to name J. W. English as chairmanof office In the chamber of commerce the university!

" county in the United States. It Harry Bishop, Nig Sullivan, an "advisory cemmlt...." to building,was also made. This proposal Before her marriage "vlII'IIlmontha
I beat Los Angeles County by more Don Done Felix Bullard, Roger work with Gallaher. Mr. English, turned down by the board ago) Nn. Kopp was MU
I than 2,000 cars. Polk also Is pushing Glenn Tom Yates, Tommie Harris I last year's treasurer of the chamber earlier this year because for the Emma Jean Holland of Pensaoola,

I the west coast for leadership Arnold McIIwain, Fred Ho- was chairman of the 1940 Continued Page Three) where she wu a teacher In thepublic

, ,. in the vegetable, fwld.-FNS. bart and Wilbur Cave fesUral general I commit!**. Both ( oa schools.,



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Page TWO THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday_August 16, 1940 .

In the coming year's program of I"Is apt to take too much on him 1 City 40. Clerk br ,,00 P. M, Aurat ;, ;
work, end he called a meeting of self. I gave him plainly to understand R E TOWARDS. '
Nut / : the executive committee and all he must get authority from Homestead City Clerk, II,
Noe .. .
Quiz 81 ? IA. I. -IMOj
officer just after the next regular here Instead" of acting too. muchon
meeting to begin formulating his own. IN COUNTY Jt'MR It COURT
, .r' the prOIP'Am.Other "Yei,* said the senior dryly. "So DADS tnt'NTr. FLORIDA
I gather. Here's a telegram from Mo Ions
besides MTATE OF
member present Hit JENNIE r.BsPRINO
thoee named were: Chas, Bfhrena Mm" Ilaesa.ed.
The telegram ran: "Office on N01K-K Of INTENTION TO Mute
''Philip Henms Dick and Jack APPLICATION HIM FINAL '
fire Please wire Instruction.Ex. -
Campbell Donald Grafs and Cecil Notice .U hereby DIStHAHW.lv..n that 1 hmrtM.. _
Parker Visitors were Richard Ko- my final report and mill,"" r"r Float 1Dfcrhin
'set, Jack Hilton and Milton Fust M Admlni.lrnlrl. C. 'I. A. of
LEnA NOTICESNOTICE the estate of Annie grbiim d.e.ed., rand
All present enjoyed refresh- I that on the IIIlh ilnr ,,.f 5", t. tin, i
'ments of cold drinks and cookies I will apply to the U"""n aljto. W r a
llUnlon County Judn ,.,f Undi. r"i.trKlorldt .
and adjourned at 9 o'clock. ,
we ,
t'.II fm aidsI1'he for approval ofald rev I tad
city C..rll of tM city 0' H...... for final l discharge M Admlni",irncr" r T.A. ,
I The-J Junior partner had been on tti'ud h,nhf"niii for bids for a twelvemonths of the estate 'of Jennie hubriim dThin ... .
supply <,41 iMBolm, ......... lub.1..lInv ".....t.
II visit to a distant branch office oil, and furl ill Tlht day .f Amniit I.WAilmlnlilriilrU ,
,and wa giving his father a full I TIt, Urn.I,,lid City Clerk will uponretr GERTRl'flE C WARREN
...I r".h u h>l of lupplln, and C T A r il. H
account 01o,II litlim t.. nil lnt'iwtiil p.rtloi .. tat of Jennie Bebrltm IH, AAm .
"The manager there," he said All I'll- must be In Hit hnil of the ( 16 a. III', kvt'.,


Travelers MM fwttoe I 9. o tPie .en .a.Ew'xc ofa'u' AWI&IFormal

1. When you are driving 49 miles ta hour In a car with food
brakes on a dry, level, concrete road the shortest distance in which utiEed Ea L LMA
you can bring your car to a full atop II- (a) 19 to 19 feet (b) 39 e 9
to 35 feet (c) 40 to 90 feet .(d). on a dim*. (e). 10 to 100 feet,U). 123 I
to 150 feet Opening
2. When you double your speed the distant In which your tat f 'i
can ke brought to a atop after you apply the brake- (a) remain i
the same (b) 1* doubled. (c) k trebled. (d) if ftuadruplect.I. of moan& &. meta
It U more economical to drive at moderate speeds then at high t !
apeeda. True (-) or False (-). tlf

."..._.H..H....____........................ I" evtA and V4&9.n6a .. 4 ,I
REDLAND F. F. A. 1nu.6 4 I

IN DOCTOR AIDS LEWIS VKAKA. Reporter. ,i matmodeling. 4uquaL24b1p

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RECOVERY VIEW I Regular meet fg was held Monday I p

I night Au,. 12, and routine fa
business wa transacted We haiJJ FLORIDA
1 I \ 01 l from IIIi
"i patient -
; our treasurer's report by H. A
I nn'j i depends| to ii. great
Amun Jr, und John Landrum
I I Ina,! faith in the nttondin I
gave un account of his trip to
.n,,, 1\ no If you do not
Vocational Forestry Camp at Camp
it your doctor change
O'Leno. John Rvdlnnd
was Chiptcr'n -
representative to the camp
\ '" the concluding ad.I -
this year
,I III A. M Logan In a talk
u Ti'How members of the President Rex Romine urged
Hun I I. ,,ul I Rotary Club Wt dne.- nil members to begin giving some gyp J/
Aiiuon at the weekly lunch- thought to items to be included ( n

Pot, 'nesting of the club In LegionHal I : I II I
1 I'

Oi I Logan talked on "What to Prompt, Courteous Service I'J
Do n in Emergency Until the 1& theSINCLAIR
Dixioi Arrives'. I 'J
All,,, Margaret Logan of Davidson -
N C sister of Dr. Logan I I '4
pl'ytld'eral piano selections r 1
Other guests were E. L. Decker
ol Miami Dr. Chas. Herndon of i Service Station
Fllxrton, Ca and Prof Edward
Sherry lit New York City. .n )
A I L Raithel. federal' narcotic John E. Davis, Prop.
agent II'' Miami, has been Invited
to iddre" the club next Wednesday 9. Kresne

For Your ,,,1

It I,


Mean Guaranteed Used Cars

For the first time in this territory

Low mileage and locally owned. 1 you ran sell jour limes and avocados

1K! : !. CHEVROLET; COUPE for cash and still have the

New tar guarantee.
advantage of pool marketing.

Clean inside and out.

This means that we pay cash on the

Motor overhauled and guaranteed; rumble platform. Then your fruit i is

seat. placed in our weekly pool On arising

market the pool prices will

New blue paint and in good condition add greatly to the prke of your

throughout. fruit; we will in turn pay you the

difference in
gained by pool .
Four new 32x6 10-pty Urea! and new paint. ,

1936 INTERNATIONAL PICKUP- marketing.GordonHobson.

New red paint.


Very good condition; one owner. j


0Weet t......* DrtJrr efl DerWk IM CoalNewa.ie.JFMrHr FLORIDA I I.i

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Page ThreeRICKS' ,
Friday, August 16, 1940 -- -

I\y danced and swayed in opera- WALKING FISH II I --- -
RETURN tion. The machine gun clicking resulted. Dr. Herbert Prytherch. director. I
Manning reasoned that of the Fisheries Biological SloUou: II
HOME DELAYEDBY I this dancing also was responsiblefor at Beaufort, N. C., fays that he I
frequent valve spring break hal added to the live collection''
there several fish that can "walk",
age. He drew and executed dozens ATTENTIONDADE
ILLNESSStricken of valve spring designs/ AU as well ai wim. He said it was,
proved dance mad at one speedor I very unusual that the fish werei I
another. While studying the taken at Fiver's bland bridge/ 23miles
i from the Gulf Stream' which,
action of of these
111 while on his way one springs/ under I
is supposed to be their habitat
oscilloscope Manning happened -
home after spending a vacation to touch the spring with This strange little fish has both I
in northern states, the Rev. Geo his finger. The dancing stopped. : anal and ventral tins which serve! GrowersOur
H. Ricks, pastor of the Home From here It was just a step tc as legs and make it possible for it j I' Vegetable
to walk or crawl in the largaikum'
designed a two pronged fork tc
stead Presbyterian Church, Is con.
I weed at the bottom of the Gulf:
fined in the Charlotte, N. C., Sani lightly/ press against the opposite I( ,
Stream. Some of this weed was
tarlum sides of the valve spring. Since' :
that day at Pontiac upwards oi taken in nets that brought out the|
Mr. Ricks to D.sent P. Blake a telegram, an elder yesterday : 20,000,000 spring "dampeners," M fish. Ij I, Southeastern dhisional office at Kendall

of the church, stating that he be the fork, have is called policed in the Monnin"1patent dark "Uncle Joe," said Albert Edward|: Florida will remain open throughoutthe

came ill suddenly at Charlotte and, valve alleys of American automobiles Wlggiam. the author meeting an : summer for the benefit of those growers
will be obliged to remain at
old darky who was always cheerful
preserving and quiet
sanitarium several days for ob peace in spite of having had more than\ who might be interested in discussing withus
servation. He had planned. to life's troubles, "how
his share of
their 1940-1941 marketing problems.:
arrive In Homestead today. GALLAIIERContinued
have you managed to remain sol'
With his mother, Mrs. J. A. cheerful and calm?" | Pay Us A Visit
Ricks, and his slater Mrs. T. L. "Well. I'll tell you," replied
Hodges, and her two sons Tom ( from Page One) Uncle Joe. "J'.. jus' learned to''
and ,John, Mr. Ricks spent a week tint time in many yean then co-operate wid de Inevitable." -Ex.i
at the home of a brother, the Rev. was no money In the treasury after AMERICAN fRUIT GROWERS INC.E.
John A. Ricks at Concord, N. C. a fruit festival, will also have FISHERMAN'S PRAYER l, .
The following week he spent In to await approval of the /governing "0 Lord, suffer me to catch a
New York where he attended the' body, as it entails the paying fish so large that even I-when'' UNS J. G. WELSH.
World's Fair rand a conference, of a salary to Mrs. Stewart. talking of it afterwards-may have I
of ministers at Union Theological J. D. Redd, county commissioner no need to lie.: I I1Z" Division Manager Sales :MjiuirrIts
Seminary. He later attended a told the meeting that three
similar conference at the Presbyterian sites for the fire tower to be erected I
Theological Seminary in in the Redland District by the '}. i
Chicago/ and an institute for pastors Florida!' Forestry Service, are under
at the University of Chicago. consideration and that workon
the tower probably will star! I
within three or four weeks. Several

PONTIAC DEVICE the acres tower of land and will the be home requiredfor und the talk of the LSlYli.M

grounds of the tower watchmen,,,

SPRINGSMost Willie (reading an article on PROVE
India): Dad, what's an Untouch-
able? POWER
motorists will never see a Dad: A guest towel -ExAbie's
valve spring but not many years
ago the clicking/ noise that these
tiny bits of metal set up when outfit
Lunch RoomA.
adjustment was a constant
source of Irritation.
B. CORE Prop
That was before William H. Saturday
Manning, chief assistant engineer 219 State Highway, Sale Ends ,
Of Pontiac, solved what might be ,.
titled. "The Mystery of the Danc- South Miami
ing Valve Springs."
Manning, working with an oscil- Dining Room aad Kitchen Z5cI JlOIE UEUElHES Ut'

loscope, an Instrument which slows Under Supervision of ZINC 20e Mercurochrome, 1 oz. 2 for 21c nUSE
the motion of an object so that it TOOTH
may be studied, found that valve BOB and AL DYSON [tesrate 20c Zinc Oxide Ointment 2 for .2lc I ante
springs were not steady but actual- 2 for 26e
Formerly of Bryant's Comer Patder Z5c Amm. Mfrc. Oint., 5% FOR

for 26c 20: Spirits Camphor, 1 oz.. .2 for 21e 2 36c
Leonard W. 41,941n Open 24 Jlours a Day (1. 2 for .16e
I ..1aI.. I. In ...... .. .jjc, Cascara Aromatic .
rDr.I null aid Jbiulrlni .' l CURB SERVICE 25c Laxative old Breakers 2 for 26c

GLASSES Lunches Sandwiches and Cold 75c1 2c; Hinkle J.ills ,.,., 2 for 26c 1.00
I H. B. rim .... MI..I. ...
I :....... Air C*.4iilM.. Drinks at Popular Prices) RWlllian 25c Boric Add Ointment .2 for 26c Bed Iron
..k Co......... Tom J& Oil \mtr. ..2 for 76c ,
A, ..... Mineral 7c; Mineral pt.
Oil We Cactorht .. .... ... .2 for 5Jc Wine
Pint 2 for 1.01
2 for 76e

Redland Brand Cocoa Butter Cold Cream 2 for SIc

15c Theatrical Cleansing Cr. 2 for 76Cse

SOc Cosrnetine 2 for 5Ic 15cI

NELSON'S 50c Almond and Cu'ber Cr. 2 for SIc Germicidal

Fertilizersare Baby Sac Ultra Almond Cream.2 for SIc SOAP

Powderscented SOc Ultra''' Hand Lotion 2 for SIc 1110

2 for 26c 50c Garden Ct. Face Pdr. .2 for SIc 2 for 26c

manufactured in Homesteadby 25c Nelson's Shampoo .2 for 26c

3c; Chexit Deodorant .. 2 for 36c

owned 2c; Skin Balm ... .... 2 for 26c Z5t'
locally company.
a Druggist 50c Jean Nolan Face l'dr 2 for 51c WIIITgEJISOM

50c Ousting Powder .............. .....2 for SIc ACE
Mixtures: are carriedon 640E

I Pound U4 Nra.atul 2 26c sus ". 2 for 26c
hand for every 2 for 26c real* (.f ahn.ins. -c..m 2 lur SIc
IUo nrnW rent. ate -,lna
Climate 2 f.. 51 e CI'ernah 2 I" 51c

need. tile aor.lia"., is ... 2 fur .50c lie .ah.vineA.tNn. 2 fur 36c 51

lee ear WWII rimier Tuello .f.u.dsruM ). ... 5Ic sue .:.:., 2 ,... SIc PENSLAR

is SENNA II< 2 36c 11c 1111rr. LW Milk
Your patronage for Rum 2 I", 76C

I LEAVES lie AntiaeoUa. 2 26c .Ic Cola./.l.. / CI.Io..,. fur 26c Magnesia
Tanh P..tP for FOR ::
2 for 11 ... c.w Club; S) 2 51 C
always appreciated. C '110 cam Do.lal 2 tut tOe. L
.Mies.na I<.aiesb- ,.A eeks@ t.lge.t'e
Florida East Coast Fertilizer t.c HLAUES COOPER

Tincture 1 1 iL 230 pk,, IIi
I i ] 2 for 26c
HOMESTEAD FLA. I 2 for 21c ii >r Fl.iA. 00 KL rat$L 2 for rc)

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Page Four THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday, August IC, 194Q



r.'IIh' Fritter. at R.......... '1...
b .... a.ath Dean ,.'II.hl", b...",.
motored as weand Ad" wall matter FL OR /DWOODi/?.' AND FANCIESBy

1I..hI.. It II. M the tot .'".. MH. E.
....! ,..111.. into the Ml .f
March m1187C

,alf ARI'HER Frmldrnt and EdllofARJORIE
jh Z I Monday, Wednesday, Thursday,
. LKACR ARCHER 34pm.Tuesday .

. _______ 11....,.., and Tr ...rrHI I Friday, II s. m,-! p. m.

Saturday, 9-12 a. m.) 3-8 p. to,

7-9 p. m.
h Dale Cmnl ..._._ __ I.... P All.
0."' ". .f Mae County ___. n_ II.H Who shall dispute what the reviewers -


Their word's sufficient: and to
Harsh Methods Needed To
ask a reason .
Subjugate the DutchThe
In such a state as theirs is down ",

pretty fiction that the Ger- right treason

mon occupation was welcomed by Churchill 'Apology f

the Dutch people wan recently '.
swept away by the pronouncement -
; There Is an Interesting letter by' ;
of hiirras i Genera) Chrlstmnwn -
who heads the occupyingforce I Upton Sinclair in the Time Mag4

Resistance forced him to azme of July 15 Mr. Sinclair ;,

order that "whoever-soldier or takes issue with that magazines ..
citizen-injures the prestige of J7J' i.EN ,vEDf rvN I ''
review of his latest book, "World'sEnd"
German army authorities or symbol -
will be punished, and act of FSNrCNRN6ES I quote Times reviewer:

violence against members of the .. . .An Interpretation of

CertTMiri army may be punished ', COLOR 4NE history, 'World's End' needs to ,
b) "I'lith" .. I .
be read with u certain care It It Is

He rebuked the Dutch loi failing S EAeL GRESI; ;. 'not to be limitlessly untrustworthy.
to understand the blc,..lng> of
German occupation, which he said ST. ASTE.I2SU.26 I'Sinclair dice are loaded etc etc. ,
HAS CQf,9TE0))
was designed to bring surety and The author explains that "World's
pence to their country. End" was read by several historIans
For two months following the TAI LE5 POCd'E1l7OOkCCAaeC77ZC1FS < and participants In the Paris
Nazi ,invasion no news of Importslxe -
PL 4TTEh'staooo peace conference and corrected In
filtered out of Holland.
s omas -. accordance with their detailed
Meanwhile. German propagandists G
busily ground out copy designedto R .# d' OF nvE719Ny.OOU/LS.vcJ4e1T UJEFUL FlovN"E % / suggestions Read "World's Ead'

convince the American public CdlEATWS' "EXNT7ONAN hS&OJO.e 'TO Th'F / OTYOAM1I and make your own decision.
that Ditch clfcarns were happy .,...,..... Op, rHB OCEAN 1 .
ok' RDOM 0 Sometimes who is on
TY a person
with their conquerors in control. ND I
Now it appears that Germany the outside looking in gets a pan-

can enforce Its rule only by the I tal,oramic view that Is net possibleto
some item, ruthless methods it wars: there never was war without M "' I I certain undesirable traits was these actively engaged In a
has employed to subjugate otherminorities' a wicked waste. The mistakesof Children"i in CourtBy substitute worthwhile activities In sitaatlon Such seems to be the

A,paiantly, only a honest men added to the thiev- Judge Malcolm Ilatfleld place of the former unwholesome I case of Harold J. Laski. He is

merciless decree can gain respect ery of the dishonest ones cuts a big ; ,... ... : .-I habits When the court Instructedthe an Englishman and is the authorof
fur the German uniform. Soldiers gash in revenues. Add to this the FAINT STRIPING RELIEVES parents to praise the child "The American Presidency",

and citizens alike may lose their I waste of irresponsible. Incapableand COLOR MONOTONY ,, subsequent desirable behavior, it which has made Its debut at a

lives for Improper conduct toward Inexperienced men who are of Striping, the process of running I was not long before the undesirable most appropriate time But his

their conquerors and Netherlands,necessity shoved Into positions ivvolvlng narrow bands of paint around the I traits were eliminated long residence in America: his

soldiers who fed to salute whenthey (, money, of which many da walls i few inches from and parallel Authorities who have studied toile close connection with numerous
Nazi lose their not know the value and most do histories of in federal
pass a trooper with the wood trim, may bean case men our congressional and judicial figures;
freedom as released prisoners of I not care and you have a sorry effective answer to the desireto i I and state penitentiaries find that and his acquaintance with F. B<

war mess. avoid one-color Intfrlor wall, a large percentage of convicts Roosevelt qualify him to expound
This is the "safety and peace" monotony. were problem pupils when they attended I theories concerning our chief executive

Hitler has brought to the Low The Dade County Commissionsays The width of the stripe. its color school. While such surveys i office The presidency Is

lands What consistency! there is no way out to meet and the distance from the wood have not been undertaken on an I unique among the world's political -
the tide of group Our public schools are rot Institutions and therefore of
increased expense save trim will usually depend, the FHA '
vvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvVVYCURRENT by t a two.millincrease in thejgyy says, on the size of the room, the adjusting themselves to the Individual special interest at this time In all
In mounting cost of amount of decoration required to Interests and needs of prob- nations. The largest single sec-

they cite the offset the objectionable plainness, lem or delinquent children. Such tion of his book is devoted to the
and also children are, therefore, unable to test of our system-the relation
money. It was on the prominence of the
COMMENTBy addltionJthe Judging by the I door'and Window casingsCRIMINALS make progress; they are continu- between the President and congress -

AGNEW WELSHAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA ,!! sales month ally discouraged and eventuallyturn lie offers many stlmulat-
by i with previous to crime In an attempt to earn ng ideas even though he does not,
should Increase Those who work with delinquent a livelihood I cover all aspects of presidential

Ult...'. Motet .... Walsh wl..MMffomm local income. children find difficult to reform extensive scale, the meager facts leadership
.nA9 on M. .'Cem_..*." whrthorUwr a child once he has become set in uncovered reveal that mental ,
b. l. ........, or \\ variant For the non-fee offices the budgets retardation Florida Health Notes from the
with ... ,1,10.... Add... ....."' ."1.ooU. have been tentatively set his attitudes and habits. A judge was the most frequent state board of health for August
.'". to Arnow WoI... II' N. L as recently remarked in his Instruc- problem encountered. The majority being
rah I". Miami PIS follows gives some suggestions
tions to
parents of a delinquentchild of such prisoners could be
Office ..-.U ''J9-4 comfortable during the hot
Tests are being made of robot' that it Is much easier to correct classified as dull normals Possi-; more whichit
Circuit ct clerk 151,300 191000 weather. The things on
war plunes They are sent up I a fault in the beginning than bly they were "slow learners"The food drink.
Sheriff 138 110 128,510 advice are:
unmanned but tuned to the course : ? after It has become habitual. It Is school failure to adapt Itself gives bathing,
Tax collector 110800 108,910 clothing, exercise, deep
.f the approaching enemy and, only logical to assume that the to the needs of such pupils was'
Tax assessor 87,340 78,350 and to sun
when the proper contact has been youngster who has acquired fixed undoubtedly one of the chief exposure
Crlm. ct. clerk 24 S70 29
made it begins dropping explosives delinquent habits will resist cor- causes of their later delinquency i Did you know that:
Nothing stems impossible rective efforts to a greater degree The majority of all problem -the Encyclopedia Britannica -
In human achievement ( ) 24070 31000 than he would if the habit was not children who will comprise our was first published In 1768 in
I Sup. of reg. 8,051 6,251
well established. prison population in the futureare Scotlandthe ?
The Palm Beach Sun prints an' Clerk Leatherman asked for In this case the court realized not actually mentally retarded five Nobel prizewinnerswho
Interview with old Kaiser Wil- only $143300 and Sheriff Cole- that the best method of correcting but belong In the dull normal have had novels published

helm Germany former emperor man for (33110 but the budget -_.........-.._.---..- -...-.,---N..-..,....,,. .N I I,. .''''', N M N M N.N NFROM since January are Sinclair Lewis,
wherein he is quoted as saying commission added an emergencysum IAfL'B "Bethel Merrtday"; Knut Hamsun,
to their estimates OUR
del-many will lose the war and "Look Back on Happiness"; Pearl

adding, "I have no faith in Hit- ....-NIN.NNNNNNNNNNININNNINwN.NN_........---.--.................- Buck "Other Gods"; Sigrid Una-
ler's methods. As between Nazism Isaac Tootleberry "I "Madam Dorothea"; Thomas
speaking: TOWER ROOM IN HOSPITAL for ten set,
years as town clerk, became ''
and Communism. I would choose am't got as good hearin' as uster WINS APPROBATIONEditor I a pioneer In the discoveryof Mann "The Beloved Return* '

Nazism, though I see little to distinguish have but my wife. Sal, says that the Pomperaug Valley and the -Jules Remains with Madam
one from the other. I mostly hooey. She says I have selective Leader-Enterprise: 'settlement of Woodbury nearly Romalns arrived In New York on

hearin'; that I kin hear the Your recent report of the new three centuries ago. If we but hada July 15? It Is doubtful whether

D-iring World< War 1. Crover things I want to hear slch as the hospital situation was gratifyingto portrait of him now In the old Romalns would have been, allowed -

Bergdolt dodged the U. S. draft. dinner bell an' let the rest go me. especially In learning a town hall it would be priceless. to earry on his work unmolested -

The federal government searched Well, that ain't seen a durned bad room has been dedicated to the He served as town clerk for 30 in a German-controlled Franceso

him out. seized his property and idea seeln's thaJr's a hull lot o' memory of Dr. Tower. He lived a years, was a military) captain, like many of his famous cJ-
fee is now serving a prison sentence things bein told that ami wuthhearin' sacrificial Lfe, was a grand old deacon and general leader. leagues he came to America. Ro-

He sued to recover his "and a good many t'otherssln't nun and one of Homestead's pioneers Homestead ought to start a historic mains who Is president of the International -

wealth and has just been paid so. I shall visit that room by museum. U is not a year too PEN. Clubs, will

$307,289-"all but 20 per cent of :Nand by with Interest,_and hope to early Woodbury failed In this establish headquarters in New
the amount taken. The 20 percent Some of you have noted the ,see his portrait there. Inside the and now regrets if. Homestead'stown York. H. will also keep on with
went into a war claims fund. peculiar way Georgians plant their frame should be a record of his fathers a century hence will "Men of Good Will", the ninth

corn-seemingly drilled in with life and time, that posterity may appreciate every scrap of historic volume of which, "Aftermath,
Now that the war has gone the feed mechanism doing a lot be able to realize who and what record including pictures, furniture will apear this autumn.

against them, the French biggies" of skipping Uncle Ike explainsit he was.I owned in the 1800, copies of, Based on nation-wide reports,
are making charges countercharges by saying that up at Possum mention this because we have the local papers etc. It Is not too the following fiction books are

and recriminations againstthe Trot they planted four grains to I portraits exposed to public gaze late to set a cornerstone under still listed among the 15 best rent-

high command. One of these a hill: "One for the cutworm, one In this 300-year-old town which the new hospital one under the ers: "How Green Was My Valley",
charges U that Ute miserable show. for the crow one to rot and one I nobody living knows anything new Baptist Church building and 'Mr Skeffington", "Kitty Foyle",
log made by the air forces was due to grow". When Ike asked a I about If only their records could' the new town -hall building in 'Quietly My Captain Waits",

to the fact that public funds were farmer how his com would turn have been attached to the portraits which to deposit articles that will "Chad Hanna", 'Native Son".

wickedly wasted and "no one knew out this year, he ",piled."Oh., I i become of rare value.1OUJSTER. "The Bird In the Tree", "World's

where UM ranneir went", That Is reckin bout ten gallons to the John Miner, after serving the' SAGE End", "Bethel Merrlday", These

one of the ccocnpaniiMnU of. all I acre. town of Strttford-on-the-SouaB. Woodbury Coan., Au,. S are all in your local: library

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Friday, August W,_1910 __ THE LEADER-ENT.ERPRISE: rage Five

:ter of Dr. and Mrs Hausmim who'Homestead Thursday of last week new pastor Mm R. Lrwier, Mrs.

has been teaching In the home |i She spent the night und the E. Bishop of Princeton, Mrs Chas,
economic department of the Flor-I next day with her brother and Clinton, Mrs. Roy Chandler. Mrs.
lu and Around ida State Colegc for Women, anti I(Russell In Naianja Mis. Richardson James UobbHi, Mn R W Mutlnu.
by Prof and Mrs. Edw. Sheiry of li district manager of the and Mr H F. Collier. I
New York City, nephew and niece I Woodman Circle.

of Dr. and Mis Hausman. Prof.I Mr. and Mrs Chester Hunter
Homestead Sheiry is head of the engineering 'I Mrs Frank Webb; spent Monday and son Bunny of Com I Cables

department at Cooper Union. and Tuesday m Miami as,are spending a twoweeknoa-
, IGeo. the guest of Miss Nina Drew, who lion visiting at the home of Mrs,
{ Mr and T Oakes [formerly lived In Homestead. I J. K. Scott, mother of Mi llun.-r.
,, Mr. and Mrs. C. J, Parman and the Browns will visit in Head- have returned to their homo on
and Ardel, land with Mrs Brown's Hummer drive Redlund after a J\f-J.
daughters Phyllis re- parents i Mr and I. Coker accompanied Rudolph Matt un And' UioverBecker
turned Sunday from visiting relatives Mr. end Mrs. M. W Dunlap. They |month spent visiting in Jack"*>njvllle I by Mrs. Gene Scuri I who are employed in Key
.. and friends In. Toledo and will be away two weeks and Mr. 'I and Quitman Ga. the fomer i borough of Cordule Ga, a former test spent the week-end at their
. Norwalk Ohio, and Chicago. Bush and her daughter expect to :home of Mrs Oakei.Mn. I resident of Homestead, returned homes here.

!. go to Columbus. Ga., to visit Mr. (:to this city Tuesday from Cor- I _
Mr. and Mrs. W: II Woods were Bush's brother, and sister-in-law. W. H Cast and son Robert ''dele! where Mr. and Mri Coker Fritz Schroeder 10 employed in
week-end guests ot Mr. and Mrs I Dr. and Mrs John Bush, before II I had al guests several dayi visited for a week. hileml.GASTRONOMICAL.
Floyd Fogle of New Smyrna. Mr. returning to HomE' t ----- --
and Mrs. Fogle resided In Homestead I Gadson, Ala., who are vacationIng ?NNNNNN.NNNN..N.NN..N..N.NFLORIDA
: : "
several years age when Mr. Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Campbell' at Miami Beach. Mr. Hay and CITY ODDITIESSome
bass have
Fogle was manager of the local are announcing the birth of a Mr. Cast were classmates at Ala- By Mrs. W. W. Scvtrjr the unusual queer'foddei appetitesAmong reported

MtCrosy store. seven-pound daughter' on Friday bama Polytechnic Institute at Au I.....,,,,,......?..,,...,..,......_,,,,'"..,,...?.,,,....,.. fund In the stomach ot
I Aug. 9, in the Victoria Hospital, barn
Mr. and II'.. Lonnie Hoed have Miami.Dr. The Ladies Aid Society of the bum are: t young cotton lilt, a

as their guest Mr. Hood's brother : Mr. and Mn. Paul Reynoldsand {Community Church will hold a niie-pound bull frog n duckling. ,
Alton Hood of Commerce, Ga. and Mrs A. M. Logan have sons, Joe Iud Gene, and Hor- |benefit put luck supper AUK. 23 a lialf-groK coot, a !baby mu.rllt ...-
as their guests for a few days Miss ace Richter brother of Mrs Reynolds |I next Friday A free-will offeringwill and a cigar stub One of the
Prank B. Rue, manager of the Margaret Logan .f Davidson N. I were week-end guests of' be taken. oddest object efound m a
Florida East Coast Fertilizer Co. C., sister of Dr. Logan, and Dr. Mr. and Miw Frank Raymond In I'I I buss' stomach was u Inli,'. gold)
and member of the county budget C. H. Herndon of Elberton, Ga. Miami. Mrs. B. M. Faliclotli returned I car-ring Although the bas wits
board, accompanied by Walter H. I I Tuesday from a vacation of two' one of those monster Fpm iita up-
Moody of Narunja, Is expected to Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Vihlen of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Md\fit'haell months spa nt in Orlando, Fl.i and or-eolossals ,it \l.," nut chimed"
return today from a vacation in I Rcdland, Mrs Muud Chandler and sons Wm. and Jack, returned Bcthucnc S. C. I that the lady v\, .i fact in Hit oin-
mother of Mrs. ln1l'lIt'lwlI .* ,.illn,\ ,-bill, 't hii
Hot Springs Ark., and point> in Vihlen and Marie to their home here lust week after I Mr. and Mis R. Dixon' mind (
the west.S. I Rikon are spending a month at I
I visiting In Eau Gallic Fla., and
daughter Catherine moved from!
Hendersonvllle. various places In Maryland. They I I Homestead In.-l week to .1 IOUHKL', 'I I i Lei GARLIC Help Fight
J. Lynch, laboratory techni-
will join Mr. MtMichael In New
cian of the Subtropical Experiment Chas. Eichenbcrger spent Wednesday York next week. I I on Tenth street. ___ I I Harmful Colon BachriaI

Station, and Mri. Lynch have returned In Clewiston on business. The Ladies (\irt SoueU (of olio cd scoria t H..I b....... In MMama*
from Columbus Ohio, Mrs. Katherine Richardson of I,Community COquh met \\'l'rlw'-I I I tat..d a.te toe,attar and I..t'I :.ld%tO;::, isreLenlna
Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Fogtc Mr. ... l1I"RIOOlI'IS"f'PI ;:
there they attended the slimmer tore"in.h.e seed dl..ln. T.p [ :
Coconut Grove visited Mr and day afternoon ?XV home of MIN .
and Mrs. Geo. Foglo and Miss odn.I. Gurlll T.bl.ll t'owo to
school of the University of Ohio. MisV. D Coker Mrs ('. H.l John Rohrer. TXdt-t p"esl'nl1'>' and a.. a FRY trial peak"%
They visited In Fredonia, N. Y., Marjorie Fogle returned lust week Waters and Mrh. A. E. Paul In Mrs.. w. E. ROOTU. II ,it, ,.t ilu a' Dixie, Druf.
and San Antonio, Fla., on their from a vacation spent in various ... -- -- ----.- --------
return. places In Maryland, New Jersey' 4.
and VlrinlThey also1 1l'd
Mr. and Mil.;: : Geo. W. Turnerare the New York World'i Fair and ICU

spending a month at the Royal Hot Springs.
I -- ..-
Arm Apartments 1233 Collins PRICE M
avenue Miami Beach. Dr. B. E. Gatlm will leave Friday AUTIMELOW :
te visit In Clinton Ga., and
Mr. and Mri. Geo. H. Fitzpatrick Hendersonvllle N. C. r yf
of Naranja and their daughter ;,
left to Mr. and Mt--T;: : t. Hickson of 1
Barbara" yesterday
visit in North Carolina and Ken Naranja have as their guests Mrs I IHickson' %". .
y brother and sister-in- oj
1 law, Mr. and Mrs. San Smith of ,
Mr. and Mrs. Fletcher Bryant St. Louis. I
have returned from a twoweekvacation .'
f in Mount Dora, Fla., and Mr. and E. Kirby and ,
; Blakely, Ga. Mrs. Jack Wilkins sons Edward and Howard, are I
son of Mount Dora sister of Mr. visiting in Colquitt, Ga. Visa' wry4wall, t

Bryant, accompanied them home Edwin Lawrenoe Is on a two-
for a visit. week visit with friends In Damascus

Mr. and Mrs B. C. Murphy and Bnrnesville Ga. 0

spent the week-end visiting relatives Mr. and Mrs. Jack Polk had all
, in Callahan Fla. They attended their guest Thursday Miss Katherine -
o the wedding of Mrs. Mur- Authery of Miami.
phy's niece, th former Miss Jane Get the facts and you'll get .
Piper In Jacksonville. Dr. and Mrs. Frank Hausman
and their grandson Frank Haus- I this BIG new refrigerator '
.t Mrs. A. E. Smith and children man II, returned Au,. 8 from a
Carl and Juanlta who had been month's stay in a
visiting relatives in Riddtevllle, They were
.. Ga, returned to Homestead Tues I Miss Bertha Nill Hel1del'BOnvlllI'j '

day.Mr. i_..m"..".'"'...."'.." .."'....".."..................."...I Now only $13950

and Mrs. A. D. Smith haveas I Ea.y7.nn. -
their guests Mrs. Smith's sister
Mrs. Harman, Martin of Wrights- II _
ville Ga. I Has famous Meter-Miser,that cuts

current costs even in hottest

Mr. and Mrs. Harold Oxford weather. never needs oiling.
returned to their home In Homestead -
Monday after a visit of a
few days In GainesviHe. Prior to ,
going to Gainesville Mrs. Oxford r '
'Look the I
spent several months in Thomas- at Fittings

ton Ga., while Mr. Oxford visited
relatives In Indianapolis. CHECK THE FEATURES!

Mrs. J. M.Rt; and children, i 'ffs '
Sliding ot_-ToppecI Hydrator -
John Milton and Sara Lou left %
Fraud Cold Storage Trey Stilntn Chromium Shelve a Automatic Reset Defroster ;
Friday after visiting Mrs. Root's
brother-in-law and sister Mr. and a Chromium Lift-Out Shelf Eiclunv '.114 RcfriicruitAutomatic I-Year Protection Plan on the
Mrs. W. R Bird. They will visit, ( s leery Tray a Quickvib Tray / a Interior light ..A 1eoI04.I. Mtchaniimt lot
also In Jacksonville before returnIng I \ e Double-Width Detroit Tray ?. Unimitle Cold Control Satin-Smooth Duluf Kitrrio
to their home in Baton Rouge. I e Large From Toad Compacts s stainless Porcelain la Food :'" . and gamy other Fri!cld....
La. I \ asset .\.... Compartment advantages .':I

Mrs. W. Y. Bush, her daughter ANEWMANCHIROPRACTIC 1 J
Moss Nina Pearl, and Mrs. H.
L. Brown and two sons, Billy and daily I

Charles left Sunday for Alabama restores thousands of I ANOTHER BIG BARGAIN,
where the Bushes will visit In
sick and ailing people to I ..

Clopton Mr. and with Mrs.Mrs.J. R.Bush's Brown parents, and health. Many had tried Loot priced s cubic foot Frifidajra ever ofr...... Has t
UK Uer-Miter UM rmous fnaidam OiM-Piac AH
everything else in vain. ; ,;.
Steal Cabinet and many other FriU.>-. fMt......
Don t say you can't get V f.i.1.

rid of your trouble, organic Model' SVS 6 fay -4'.d

Tropical Cafe or otherwise, until our /Hid- Only 511700 I Tams e 4sunuW

you have given Chiro- Mgit jj jjD.amstratfoM

NOW LOCATEDAT practic a chance.Consultati9n .

THE without take ut
EVANS HOUSE obligation. Homestead Furniture Co.

Hoar: '-U; 1-5; 6-S lefs196ro1.1I

One Block South of Sundays by Appointment buying TELEPHONE 41 HOMESTEAD, FIXL. I

=rme-Flagler Traffic Dr. R. J. Elliott

tlchi su 8. KTOSM ATC.
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Page Six THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday. August: 16. 1940

Social Events in South Dade ,

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CELEBRATEED BY MR. AND MRS. H. M. LYON ......."..,...........................-............,..-,...I lOVER GIVEN BY DISTRICT YOUNG PEOPLE;

Aug. 19-Luncheon meeting of
Married Auf. tl, 1890.H.enry- has also Improved the locally D. P. W. C. at Bamboo Tavern at The Redland District Young Chambers, both blind-folded fed
M end Cora E. Lyon resident adapted varieties of the strawberry 12 o'clock. People's Union entertained over a crackers to each other. Balloons

of the Redland District since 1919 and peach. While in this Aug. 19-Dinner meeting of Jun. hundred :young people of the com- were given each person to tie
work Mr. Lyon attracted the attention lor Woman's Club with Mn. Sam munity with a party Thursday of around the ankles, and then' a
quietly celebrated their olden of Dr. David Fairchild Specter In Coral Gables. last week in the Chamber of Conv. contest was held tosee who could
wedding anniversary Sunday at famous horticultural and botanical Aug. 26-Meeting of Gleaner merce building. step on his balloons and burst '

their home on Longview road. I( expert who resides at Coco- Class with Mrs. Dexter Horne The Union was formed about them first.

They were married In St. Johns nut Grove Aug. -Meeting of Jennie Lob four years ago with all protestant The games were conducted by
Mich., when Mr. Lyon was 38 and Mr. Lyon was director of a dell Circle with Miss Jennie Lob- churches 4a the district participating. Mrs. A. E. Paul Miss Ellen Vann,
Mrs, Lyon 23. At that time Mr. Methodist church choir for nearly' The party was given to revive Miss Antoinette Moye and Miss
Lyon win engaged I la peach farmIng -I forty years In Michigan and Irving dell.Aug.. 2JI-Meeting of Woodman, interest and enthusiasm in the Marjorie Moser.NAZARENE .
and latter lie became a salesman -, Is now director of the Homestead'' Crcle with Mrs. J. T. Martin. organization.Mrs. ..-
for a medical supply com- Methodist Church choir. The four Aug. 31-Labor Day dance at Carleton Singleton gave a SOCIETY HAS
pany. They have four aon_the' Lyon brothers spent the summer' Homestead Country Club given, reading "Husbands". Miss Betty SSJONAJUr STUDY COURSE
popular Lyon Brothers Quartet,I of 1934 singing in quartet at the by Junior Woman's Club. Richards and Wilbur Free debated A study course session was held

Irving, Virgil Harold and Donald. Chicago World's Fair. Sept. -Meeting of W. M. S. 'Which' Is Most Useful to a Community Friday by the Woman's Foreign
Attracted to this district by the Irving Is building contractor circles. -Old Maids or Bachelors?" Missionary Society of the Homestead -
climate Mr. Lyon began experi- Virgil is In the bottled gas bust-' Sept. 3-Luncheon and meeting A blind-fold cracker eating con-' Nazarene Church in the
mental fruit and vegetable growing -.' ness, Harold Is owner of Lyon of Legion Auxiliary. test was held between Willard' church. The lesson was on the
He hat become known for Jewelry and Donald Is head salesman Sept. Meeting. of W. M. S. Norman and Robert Kuhn. Miss establishment of the Church of
the blackberry he developed by at Burton's Department Store Circles. Lillian Swilley and Miss Evelyn the Nazarene In Japan.
crossing the berry adapted to this I I Mr. Lyon retired from active Sept Meeting of Episcopal Mrs. N. L. Chambers, president,
section with the Marvel type. He work several years ago. Auxiliary. presided over a short business
Louisville and the Margaret Fund .
REV AND MRS. ROMKI.LCiMti Helen Bradley Misses Antoinetteand GIVE BENEFIT PARTYA which is used toward educatingthe was announced that a supplement -

SURPRISE PARTY I Helen Moye Miss Helen Field, benefit party for the young' children of foreign missionaries. of the meeting would be held
Those who took part were:
Row- Miss Leola Little Miss Priscilla for those who live out of
The Rev and Mri. W E. people's department of the First Mrs. Pete Sunday
Morgan, Mrs. T.
ell were honored with a surprise l Fread, Miss Nella Sauls, Miss Effi Presbyterian Church of Homestead Bowen Mrs. Frank Irwin: town and were unable to attend

pound party Friday evening at Booth, Miss Mary McNeill Wil. was given Tuesday evening Chas. Martin and Mrs. W. B. T'I Friday's meeting.
the parsonage of the Florida City; hard Norman, Robert Cast, Roy at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. R: rick. Those present were: Mrs. David
C mmuniu Church by its mem- I I Nelson and the htlstesses.I Hickson in Naranja by the young' Fredricks Mrs W. L. Chambers

ben Mr Rowell arrived from I people of the church. I' Hickson-t: I II I Mrs R. H. Spear, Mrs. Mills Mrs.
At: into on AUIto take charge I I EPISCOPAL CHURCH SCHOOL I The proceeds will be used to Mr. and Mrs J R. N L Chambers and Miss Josephine -
01, "i, Redland :md Florida City;! HAS SWIM: AND PICNIC defray expenses for a delegateto Naranja had as dinner guests Sun. PrattAdditional

Men! ''di,>l churches. Thirty members of the Sunday the annual conference held in I day, Mr.and Mrs. Walter Jones of I''
Tl "51 present were: Mr. and ,I school of St. John's Episcopal Miami Beach the last of this month Coral Gables ( Society on Page Seven)

MrDanny Wells, Mr. and Airs |i Church enjoyed a picnic at the Various indoor games were
R H riundler, Mr. and Mrs. | home of Mr. and Mrs W. F. Therk- played and cake and limeade were THE: jt xa D RUG STORE.
C >rti' Niell. Mr. and Mrs. Roy ildson, Silver Palm drive and I served. About thirty attended.W. .
t .i dIet11 i md Mrs. Boyd Coh- [Tennessee road Thursday of last
ron. 'in 1, Mr and Mrs. Howell Mrs. week. A picnic lunch was served M. V. APPOINTS DRUG
Margaret/ Kennedy Mrs. John an the I lawn, and after playing! NOMINATING COMMITTEEA : :
Rohrer Mrs Chas Clinton Mrs. games the picnickers swam In the nominating committee composed JOHNSON
Dobbin Mrs. J. M. Freeman of Mrs S. A. King Mrs.
J M Therkildson private pool.
Phones SO and 1 1-Homestead, Fla.
J. Tom :Varm and Mrs. T. D. Piche
Miss Alice Macomber W. E. Mac- The Sunday school members
Null. Edward of the was appointed by Mrs. E, H Col-
Virginia the
omber. taken to scene
were her, president of the Woman'sMissionary Take a few mlnuUs with the whole family and see all the saving
Jackie. Jimmy and Gcnevieve picnic In cars of the Rev R. ,
Archie Union at the Homestead |that can be had for everyone la the family. There are the samelow
Chandler and Diana and Blackford, pastor of the church
Baptist Church at a meetIng prices Ian everyday seeds "s well u on vacation needs. Take
Clitonn Mrs. Virginia Walton, Mrs. A. H.
Singleton Mill Ellen Huff Ceo. W. Monday afternoon. In the Sunday [advantage of prices now.

WESLEY FEILOW8H1F CLASS Wakefield and Lee H. Lehroaa. school building. Officers will
ENTERTAINED AT PARSONAGE be elected at the next meeting, on
Members of the Wesley Fellow- JACKIE POLK OBSERVES Sept. II.Circle. l O1rP'elal"N'

ship Class of the Homestead Methodist 1TH BIRTHDAY ANNIVERSARYJackie One presented a programon Aa:4
Church were entertained on Polk entejKained: a group} the Baptist draining school In gr fY tt ,a

Tuesday evening with a party at of playmates Wednesday afternoonat
the home of the Rev. and Mrs. J. the home of his..t!; parents, Mr. and
J Richards. with Misses Edna Mrs. Jack PolltrJii. observance ofj

Nell and Betty Richards and Miss his seventh blrl4aap anniversary.
Marjorie Moser acting as The afternoon was spent In playIng -

ea, hOllIels-j.II ._. Sandwiches, cake and g, 1 CHOOSE
Miss Helen Moye and Ice cream were served.

Cast were high score .1W.' I.., 'U' '"..R4"" NP ".u''ram'''' Hh"'A,,,' HARMONIZED
ners at heart Gingerale soda\ jeaut

were served. i RELIABLEDry NEEDS
Those attending were: Mr. and
Mrs Jason Avery and daughter Cleaners and ADIWNNi
Dorothy Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Dodd )Laundry[ I

Mr and Mri. Richards, Mrs. Julian; DEARINQ t The harmony that characterizes POWDERS
H. Webster Mrs. Lloyd Field, Miss when iCi
Owner 14 Manager lI smart women is youri you\ CREAMS 50truly
Marybelle Gibbs MUses Mary and Face Pow-
SUITS _..__..__.._._ ..- *Sc us Adrienne Cosmetic
Dsep,totting wows of esqulsHs ders. Creams Lotions, that arc LOTIONS
7-7, I PANTS ... ___............. 140. torallmn, with Tbumlqu*. the scientifically .
i flattering are
method ,
swatKless 41.
GLASSES I ok. oomlortabUI/ .blended to give you a pew beauty
I I HATS leaned and Blocked tic and charming appearance. $J 00 TO $1 sot3
WASH PANTS .. .-.. tie Ask for t

-To Open'v. I I I SHUTS ... -. .. .. lee

Eyes Your r v I DRESSES 490 tiPI t1

LADIES' COATS... .. 49c tip ti

DAMP WASH M Ibs. 49lc e Oil Machlnelen

( each additional pound,) Permanent WavesJUICE'S
FLAT WORK, Ib. .. 11 i Now is the time for you to Cot ,
caught up on torrotpondonce. Col

stop ..*!!'*) ...... rote .,. .,"\ COMMERCIAL: 1'LAT.Ib. .4c PEAUTV this extra quality stationery ipcoiol.M .1.....
*M .. JMOWI An ass.*.1ieII (Jl Minimum) PARLOR lot Raleigh "'_II. 24 Harvard .,
will ML. WIow blare >rlr envelopes to rale*. B.tlor .- I:
hurry for this en*.
Stebbins 11-1I NcCnrr Arate-Allto
IS. Y.
Dr. L. 'W. Stebbins I S14-W Caves Bill*. ow..ror..a.e

e IKS -W. PUffler .... Miami I Jlomestesd. FU. chow W-V T; H Wat..1.r' II.J..J..Lilll.rr.LJ .JHAIWlIWI\

none -MlS I ... -

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Be sore thai your eyes are u
good M roar brakes-have then .DR.R.S.AKERSI
tested at least once each year I DENTISTOffice

DR. F. P. ARCHER -' .
Hours: 9 a. n. .. S p. m:
; Sundays: 9 to IS ,
Office Hours 8:30( -4:30 Consulting Optometrists ; Closed Saturdays :

First National Dank 1614 \V. Fierier 8t., \Miami. Ilts.MM { Estate General Insurance
Free Parking: Space' j
1..IAtI-. Oram4DlrMton
Building ..a- aopsirood 1784 N. W. SUB .8T. MJAM1; NOTARY PUBL'C
Cor. Palm Ave. and Are. B Florida City Fla.
.. i
.f TM 1..11 J PHONE M1JI
o.ea Eventtags 'F Appelietmeal 1 i PHONES Ml-J AND lllMr
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Friday, August 16, 1940 THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Page Seven :

jai Poinciana Grove, Woodman Circle -

SOCIAL EVENTS Thursday of last week a* the AUTO QUIZ NO. 8ANSWERS I
home ot Mrs. W .DM Coker. CLASSIFIED ADS

- Mn. J. R. Bevla Florence I
(Continued from Page Six) Pacetti and Mrs. Clara Thompson 1.e. 80 to 100 feet. Under these

were appointed a committee conditions a car will skid at least RATE: First insertion 10* i line; subsequent insertion

DANNY PHILLIPS GIVENBIRTHDAY to Investigate the qualifications of 150 feet from 40 miles an hour with M line.FOR

PARTY I ,jail tour wheels locked. J Y
prospective -'- -
Mr. 3. H. Dixon Mn. R. O. Mrs R. L. Godwin and Mrs .J.,I 2. d. li quadrupled. The energyIn :

Shorn and Miss Primrose Pritch- P. Curl were appointed to see a moving body increases not In RENT nually.

ard gave a party Aug. 8 In observance I about a regular meeting place direct( proportion to speed but as House in Florida City $1.800-.r -
$290 cash, $29 mo.; ; interest -
of the fifth birthday anniversary for the circle. the square of the speed. At 40 FOR RENT-Six-room house 2

of Danny Phillips son of It was voted to send flowersto miles per hour therefore, it takes Reasonable rent. Appl H C House payable HnmcsteKd.seml-nnnu.ill$2.000-$250

Mrs. Lillian McRae of Florida Grady Walters, son of Mr. and four times the braking distance to bedrooms furnished throughout. in

City and nephew of Mrs. Dixon. Mrs. C. B. Walters who Is in the stop the car that it would at 20. Nichols, 30 N. W. $ at., or phone cash $25 seml-annually per mo.; 0% interest,
i Various games were played and Kendall hospital where he under At 60 miles an hour it would take 86. (allMf W. Morris

favors of balloons were given the went an appendicitis operation. nine times the distance. Benjamin
12 ACRES good scarified tomato neal l Estate Broker
A large birthday cake Mrs. Walters is adviser for the Registered
guests I 3. Tiue At high speeds you use
land, only sail for the season" N. Krome Ave., HomesteuldM9)
was served with punch. circle. 1 more gasoline and oil, and tires Eleanor Froscher Overseas Mi- (

:'Small guests were: Diana. Ar- The next meeting will be held i wear faster. way at Florida City. Phone J26-J
Aug. 22 at the home of Mrs J. T.
chie and Dickie Clinton Edward
FOR SALE Tropical plants, citrus
Martin. ;
Jackie Jimmy and Genevieve
Chandler Virginia Clair Niell Those present were: Mrs. Godwin HOUSE, modern I trees and tropical fruit In

Juanita and Ronnie Rohrer, Billy Mrs. Curl Mrs. Martin, Mrs. conveniences, within 1 mile of I season. Jungle Grove, Redlaad

Dorothy and Carolyn Mae Mc- Bevls Mrs. Thompson Mn. Richardson -1..1. Homestead. $15 per month. I road and Plummet drive.

Cullough Ricky Becker, Audreyand Mrs. Coker Miss Nellie Brooks Inc. (a9-t) i
Wayne Langhom Margaret Mae Martin and Mrs. W. H. Russell WANTEDCUAVAS

Sullivan Barbara Phillips Maxine a visitor. FOR m.TiUa..ISUED APT., \
f all-electric -If you have guavas for
preferably by year
Walker Jeanette Scarborough.
Hw .../ Irate issued we* to namt I sale suitable for jelly, mail post
Elaine and Chas. Bernecker Mar- of v..w. Huaack Unless dlho. .I Reasonable rent. Mrs Eva Collins

tha Ann and Jean Lindsey, BettyJo rat* aha!! W retained wording tn law e..my1YTVVYva..vYEXPERT Biscayne Dr. and Federal card and we will see you. Sun-
tea deed will lain thereon on the 4th day I Homestead Rayed Fruit 2052 N. W 2nd
Highway 2 miles above
Melton and Jane and Jack of gaptaaibrr. A. D. 11140 -I ,
Tower. Dated this SIM day of July A. D. t#40B. et Modello. (a2-tf Ave Miami._('aI8))
Grown-ups present were: Mrs. Clerk of Circuit Court I FOR REN i-store at IB N. Krome TUTORING WANTED hlfb
Linda County, Florida. I
Mrs Chandler
Chas Clinton ClnuM Cmr S-ak Ave. Apply Mrs. Eve Collins Federal school and grade school subject.
Mrs Clyde Niell, Mrs. Harold B. N C. iTFBRETT.!: D.
Highway and Biscay Drive, Mrs. H. J. Armstrong, A. B.
Mn. Wm. McCullough .(Au.. I. *. 18. 21. 1(1.111401
BARBERING Homw 4. 1s28tfRENT
C'I 2 mile Above Plummer drive and Country

Mrs 'John Tower Mrs. A. M. .".... .. r Club road.CLEAN .
Pritchard Mrs. McRae Mrs.Dixon YOUR HOUSE-turnisiied

Mrs. Shores, Ms! Dorothy O. Tour Way or unfurnished I have year I
Sullivan and Miss Pritchard. TiroushSouth I II I HAIRCUT ...... 40c 'round clients. Benjamin W. I exchange subscription or advertising -

Miami Morris, registered real estate for clean Leader-
DISTRICT MANAGER: SPEAKS SHAMPOO ...... 40c broker N. Krome ave., next to rags
TO WOODMAN: CIRCLE Baptist Church. (JulBtf) I I

Miss Katherine Richardson of Fill Your Tank atCLARK'S I MASSAGE ...... 40c Doled this ll.t nay -f Julr, la.ia
: FOR RENT-Apai'tmenti. Sum ,. H. IKAlHrKMAN
Grove district
Coconut manager ,
: nor":1..,ut C..n
of the Woodman Circle, gave a I : mer rates BenJ. W. Morris, I Unite count lrl 1 rtiUllNUll ,

talk on the work that is being donein BUSII'S'BARBER roistered' real estate broker I Court Best '
Ur N ( STKHHt II I I' ilAuu
the disrtlct at a meeting of Roy-I a, a, u, J!.HKI i
TAX DKkl FORSALE-Good cat of tires. ::12:1:
File Nn. mat I
N,tln> In hiwby elves thnt C W Nilon : GULF PRODUCTSWe by 21. W. E Gubv one-fourth II TIM IIH(11T fill NT III THIKM
. holder nf state and county tax err. SHOPN. mi NE. R F. L. school (paid)L Mr\TN: Jl ll< I tl. I IMI: I II INAM
Ilrl,.'. numbered 7B"1. fluted tho Jnd day T. CLARK, Mgr. FOR n'llr: IOISTV, IIi HillA
of July A. I). IIII4 has filed said o,'rllflau I IN < M\M KMT Ml 1.2.
In my office unit hi, macte, ai.pllmwon j 2 Blocks South of FOR SALE I ciry Ir HII'\I.II1'I'AII. n m0txrrstlnn ,
for In ok...d la IHIIP hereon Inrardnnn ar- RARE TROPICAL PLANTS for of the HIM.f. Shia id r.. I Itiff. ,
with law Said rrrtlflrito tm. Traffic Light at I H. .
tale Mrs H Ewing
bear.. the following dmcrlbcil' priipirlyaltuatnl ...
In Dade County, Florida lu-wll : 15 N. E. 8th st.. Homestead. JOHN H IiHMRAl. ANN II. I 1 t"(1
lot 17 fllk 60 City Miami falnith SOUTH MIAMI (a6tf Individually snit as F.swxtrly "r'l i I
Plat Rook B. Pan 41. In the County I tau of KDWIN W rlUKI I. 1
of Uadr. Slut, of FlnrldaTh S 1 1HHOIHIHIJ8 HANKY unit IKUKI.IAI 1'' loJ 1
......m.nl of Mid property under t. I FOR SALE-Two story house to ('IIMMIHaI(1NRRA, HI 'Tit I. I \10/1
move or wreck See J. A. Nor- <. >m IiKAINAOK liisrmi I .
dean.. ., I II
wood. (palO)
Sunset Filling It ._..1.. b affirfa.lt TiM'. n' Ih.
tower for sale cheap
Above rnlltM lauu thai K I 1'.k. ,
I Station llainlm dr. and Individually and .< ;.... A.n7 Ih.- lvtal .
rd. (pa.10)FOR of Militia W. Ffck, ........... 'Iod..!.
Naranja ...nla 01....*. I I. a m>n-mtal.M .1 UK-
..* of t Inrlda. and that the rroidrnr ,f
SALE Corner lot and fur- t. paid defendant as p..I, 'A
shed house Florida City, known to Wines .. .. fellowlid W
sires. Mount Vrrnon New York
S2.500-$2110 cash, $25 per mo.; thai then. la no p.rann In the Hl.l, ,f
6% Interest payable semi-an- rluruii. Me ....lr> ,,r a auainim. i". ..han
rary open whom would bind th .Ml, and that the defendant, i. averand
NOTICE OF TAX APPUK.4TION DIED rOil .bov. the ... "r twrntyon. .....
HIM -Art* al Kill It li. therefore. nrdrrrd I hat th, Chapter
A.81 .r..lrtent fondant kr. .t>il, .h I.hreely l I.
File reao/rrd to .ce'ar ,to the H,11 ..,
NOTICEThe Nntlr U hereby llvtil that Morel hlr.
Conitlalat' tIM la Mill rant "n Ixf
I hill holder of atat mint tounty u* aimlf.Ir.l.
N,,. <142. Word the Ith day of June: I .... Mnndiy. the Tin day ,if 0,04A
.I III \1540 Mh.rwluthe allmall, >".. r aid
and A. D.hM Its mart. has.appllrit film, .m for In a mit tai office dwd IItIIi>' will W taken .. ....,.....,1 ,h, old

to b. Issued thrrenn Said ...tllI.... >rabram defendant
II I. further ordered thai lhl ril.rha
the following proprrt published ,,n.* a week for four, ear
Dad state Fonda
In the County nf
lOti,.. wank. in Th. L.ak'l.I1nlr r1 n.. .
Id-Wit Lot 2. III'M-k u Rh......... a Sub n.W.'I"r plObll.h" In said 1'.0.. r, and

Council of the City of ,Plat.t ".de.I.k State 21. Poor..f Florid.The "I. "In. the count !> Htat.Dared: IN011' % tiny ?( A..r.ot, \ 1.I IIIMH .

City .. .
.w* mi>nt ".f arid property undrithr
.Aid rartlflratr wa In, the name "f K H I.PA1'IU.II'\IAh
(l.-rt r <' .
Ir r 1 rICIr
D E AII.n. Inc
.hall lx ifutmnatl' ill I"url Heslr!
Unless Mid rllflr t<
Homestead will sit as a boardof are rdis0 to law the property a wrlh' .<.l Hy M M RICK III
therein will be .old ,.. th. hlvhml, hM.loi earl "t 'I h
at the court h..uar Soar "n tho first M..n. IRA C HAYCOCK
.. ., Ana ,K, .'1 1. Knit ". 11.NIlel ,
D "
day In the month < d-ptnnWr A <
,, ..,
which l II the 2nd "'a) "t vpUmbrr 10411 r r .mpl.ln.nl
equalization each Monday at

8 P. M. through the month of NEWT. G. BALL C. J. BROWN CO.

August, 1940, to hear any com- NOTARY PUBLICFire Refrigeration Service

Insurance and ElectricalContracting

plaints on 1940-1941 tax roll.

Kindred Lines


signcdR. E. EDWARDS 15 N. Krome Ave. DONE 514

Clerk and Collector,





1 ll $ AUEXANBsTB. ft**,

I Aeee.le Drive a" OU aMn.. Niglaey



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Paw Eight THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE: Friday, August 16, 19.

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Redland Girl Scouts

The first thing enjoyed on the
meeting of the Redland Girl Scouts %
Tuesday wan a long wlm In the -
municipal pool at Homestead 1.P1 ase ArlQwc / 'ooslAPillsbury's
The meeting I was opened with
the singing of "God Blew America '
", and the Scout Promise wax c de s .
5 Best
given The girls were led In e\- =
eral) Scout songs by Kathleen Wd1R ..1cz
Campbell-tongs which the learn-
ed at the Girl Scout camp at t coup 20 lb.
Creynolds Park. After singing' FLOUR Bag 72c
the girls studied requirements for
the tint aid and foot traveler'sbadges. =
At the close of the meeting the
girls l ute their nosebag lunches Fresh Ground Factory Packed
The meeting on Tuesday, Aug.
20 will also be held at the homestead mum? .
Park. 2 Coffee Sugar
Scouts present were: Teenle
Br fit*KUthtitt

Toibert mary tuik, Kathleen, Evelyn Campbell Gossman.Rose-Hazel Scoop oal canters of dar-oli I Lb. __. ____ ________ ,15c 5 lb ------------- --. (
ind Thelma Johns and Mrs. Wl> eakeit place quarter straw
berries or a few raspberries in
Albert Camphtll Visitors were' eavlty. Add I round coop of vanll. Sliced or Crushed Red Benner Rosemary
Mm O W _
Mis Harvey Cowman U Ice enun. Top with berries and
Calkins, Mrs. Sherman Hclnleln, a dab ot wblppod eream. It's deco
Marian GOlllomnll, Phyllis llurk, \.ratlre, delicious and speedy Pineapple PEacl1ES Grape Juice
Patsy Heinlcln, Faye Campbell t. A No. I can holds IK cupfuls _
Verna Anderson, Peggy O'Bi'tun I of. food, N* > tan-Z(4 cups; No. 2No.2cans25c 2No.2 cans29c
Winona Mirell I...C.II. holds $4 cupfuls;and a % Qt. _____. .25c
and I iNo. I can contains S% cupfuls.
(.Prepare batter in usual war,
Couldn't: Spare II tour In mules tins and Just before 2 The New Shortening-creams: easilyTEX ;;
Two London cabmen were glaring placing in your modern gas range Armour's Ga. sugar cured
.itcHchothu', "Aw,wh.it's the I wen, drop a teaspoonful of twit
Klly or jam on top ot each muffin. '
mutter with you? demanded one"Nothing's a Q.1c
The jam, sealed inside the muflin CAN HamEightpound
the matter with r
:: me As II bakes,lea pleasant surprise! I I
"Von '
gave mea nnrsty look: --1 I1 I'ORKISG OR FRYING
PCI !fisted the first I
: Well" responded the other. hint' ,i ntilitvgiu look: but I didntjE j
I = Long Island -
"Now averageLb
uiu mention It you certainly situ >|.u -- t'xcVU1ASMALL ,

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'i'ii PotatoEs
Boned and Rolled {
IlOlb. _ _ _ __. .19c

'ii| Thompson's Seedless Veal Roast I

Lb. ._"00 Z9C I

I21b. _ .. __ .____ 15c
i Fancy RoundSteak

HOME ,,=i Fresh Georgia

add ad'S 20 w/niontii =\ Elberta Peaches I

JIb: _. .. .. .. ._.. .________ 19c Lb. .... .___ _29C I

With One of
Cooking apples Sylvan Farms

Our New Construction i S51b. ... ._._._.___ ._. .._24c Roll Butter i

i Large Crisp

Loans I Lettuce Lb. .... ....33c ;I

You can build an attractive home that can I 2 heads ._.__._.___ ..._ ._.15c Dexter SlicedBACON i
be paid on convenient terms to suit YOUR income i New York State

ONIONS Lb. __._._ ....23cPhiladelphia |

A small down payment. (Equity in the 'ICREMICIIEESE
| 3 The ..._. J. .. 14c
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building lot will be acceptable.) Monthly payments j
| Fresh, CrispCabbage
on some loans are as low as $20.

I lb. 3c 2 pkgs. .. 15c I I

Would you like to see some of the homes -
i Golden Ripe
in and around Homestead built through our Local Fresh Dressed i

NEW CONSTRUCTION LOANS We'll be I Bananas FRYERS, lb. 35c |I

glad to drive you around to them. Phone for !

'j an appointment at your convenience. 3 lb. for .. .. .. _________. .13c HENS, lb. ...30c |

= Snoball

I Cauliflower Georgia Smoked i

BROOKERLumber Lb. __._... ._.. .._______. .12c BACON, lb. 18 c I

3 Tall, Crisp
Swift's Circle-S I


PHONE 62 _I Large stalk ___________.___15c Lb. ________.-19c-

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