The leader-enterprise
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00087294/00292
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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 30, 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
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002057831
oclc - 33835104
notis - AKP5867
lccn - sn 95047482
System ID: UF00087294:00292
 Related Items
Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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REGISTRATION Local Talent Features Floor Show :

I Of Junior Women's Labor Day Dance PARMAN RESIGNS; RUE ASKS

i OF 400 ALIENS Five numbers of the nine-act Stanley Wittkop will act at master WHY AS HIRING POWER OFBOARDDECLARED1LLIFIED I

I floor show to be presented tomor- specialty of ceremonies number.and Mrs bo Buchanan stagea

row night at the Labor Day danceto -
will sing "Tuxedo Junction",
I STARTS HERE be glen by the Junior Woman's accompanied by Mrs Adrian Jac-

Club of Homestead at the Homestead obs on the piano Joyce Ennis,
Country Club, will be made four-year-old daughter of Mr. and ,
up entirely of local talent and will Mrs Bruce Ennis will do a tap

Non-Citizens From Goulds feature the Junior Woman Club dance to the tune of Playmates. '
Chorus Three numbers will be furnishedby Local Retail StoresTo Action of Meeting Said in
to Florida City Listedin The) chorus Is composed of: Mrs.
Floyd orchestra,
Direct Variance
E, A. Buchanan, Mrs T. J which Drop Wednesday With
Homestead played In Homestead at the
er, Mrs Edwin McGarrah,walk-I Independence Day dance and will Closing After Sept. 11 Body's By-laws

3 REGISTRANTS FEW Paul Losner, Mrs Virginia play for a Labor Day dance nt the
ton, Mrs Frank Bemecker, Miami Biltmore Monday night. The Wednesday afternoon PRESIDENT SAYSGALLAHER
DURING Augustus Wynn, Mrs. Bruce Ennls, :
FIRST DAYS Duke Duvalle will play a trum- closing schedule of Homestead
Miss Ellen I Huff Miss Whlt- HAS JOB
j pet solo, Bill Slace, a clarinet solo, stores, which started June 9.
aker and Miss Geraldine Reitz
Work and Bob ,
of Gathering Data Edwards the pianist,
They will do a number to the tune will ". will come to an end with the Appointment as Festival
play 'Boogy Woogy BluesDave
3 to Continue Until of "Scatterbrain", and will close Lilllquht, regular singer over half holiday of Sept. 11.
Manager and Paid Secretary
Dec. 26 with a surprise number WIOD, will sing I Stores will remain cloned all -

The floor show Is under the direction day Labor Day next Mondiy UpheldOne

g Registration of approximately GROUPS NAMED of Miss Maryan Chadwick, I and will stay open all day the I
who Is now connected with the director of the Redlnnd District -
=: four hundred aliens In the area following Wednesday.
Maniloff Studio
of the Dance In
Chamber of Commerce ha resigned -
g from Goulds to Florida City, Inclusive -I TO OBTAIN DATA | Miami. She Is the producer of I ,
nnd nt least one othei 1 I'
began at the Homestead the Florida Orange Festival and '
in the notion to try" little mrt
Festival .
post office Monday under direction Strawberry show and
FOR LIME LAW' ( wns formerly associated with theM I.action as a result or the alleged
g of Postmaster S E Livingston.
II'n( Studios In Hollywood, Cal- TO START FALL ; Illrgnl hiring of F II O"illlie, "<
=: Authorized by act of congress, If. Miss Chnduick also teaches
i ,
manager of the 1941 tin i ) F -
the listing of aliens Is nationwideand The personnel of a committee In Homestead under the sponsor ,
TERM I SEPT. 16 tival at a foe of $:100 md I m -
and will continue until Dec, 26 which will formulate 8' proposedstate .Plt))'of the Junior Woman's Club, cording secretary at $H ", week
All aliens. 14 law regulating lime rowing Tickets will be sold at the door The 1 ,
years of age and old- I alleged illegal hiring I I.
and marketing In Florida was enly\ The ball room will openat I
3 er, must register and submit to I Only two changes in the faculty done at a membership muting
proved and Its organization 9 p. m., dancing will begin at
== finger-printing Those under 14 com-I of the Homestead schools have when most of the direct were
pleted at a meeting of 10 and the floor show will be I
been made for the 1940-41 school
E be their
may registered by parents packers and other Interested staged at 11:30. Mrs. Ansel Barrow -
- or guardians year, which will open on Monday I The bv-lawit of the Hidlnnd District -
sons at the packing house of the is general chairman of the
E Aliens are persons who have Sept. 16, Baker Hindman, principal Chamber of Cnmrnr' a Ire
Florida Lime and Avocado dance.
=: not become citizens of the United Growers of the Homestead and Florida published In full on Page Foul '>f
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3 States, Including those who have In. Princeton Tuesday afternoon City schools disclosed I this Issue

E their first citizenship papers I The committee members of IMPROVEMENTS Mrs Gladys Webb will returnas
=: Mr. Livingston pointed out that which were named by Luther L. home economics teacher aftera out of the city 01 had just returned
=: aliens may register at any post Chandler year's leave of absence during and pot had time to get back Into
chairman of the Florida
=: office designated as a registration UNDER WAY AT which Miss Betty Bow took her I the swing ef things
Citrus Commission, in toa
=: point. Thus, tourist aliens from I response place, and Miss Josephine Cook A suggestion from the floor that
mandate from
3 other parts of the country passing a meeting held FRANKUNSTORE will replace Miss Helen Bixleras It was not too soon to begin talking -
several weeks In Homestead,
=: through Homestead may register,was divided Into ago three .1 Instructor of the git'Is' physical plans for the 1941 festi nl.

=: at the local post office, he said I(follows: groups as education classes which Is generally staged in February -

=: The number of registrations so I Growers-Mrs. W. J. Krome, J. An extensive program of Improvements Mrs. Wm. Gee, the former Miss and March was followed in
=: far has been comparatively small Including installation Mabel Williams, will return as art I short order with a motion bY
J L. Phillips, A. W. Lindgren and I
=: here, Mr. Livingston said Quite Walter Talbott. of streamlined shelves, Iiterlor re- supervisor Mr. and Mrs, Gee Paul Loaner manage If Max;

.3 a few, however, have called at the Shippers-J Brooks, C decoration, and rearrangement to moved yesterday from Miami to(Do.pt Store, that Mr Gall.iher be
.3 post office and obtained blanks!1 Parman, 'ldRGO Carl pf permit greater space, has been a house In Flake Manor on N. W. appointed manager of the .oming
.3 bearing registration questions and cstarted at Franklin Grocery Third avenue, Homestead event.
(Continued on Page Two)
5 indicated their Intention of studyIng The new shelves will providea Approximately 1150 children are Instead of referring the matter
.3 the questions In order to facilitate -I semi-self-service for patrons, expected to register at Redland to the board of directors which
.3 the actual work of registration l\Irs.lI. L. Brown's Father which according to P. J. Franklin, District white schools on opening according to the by-laws. has

.3 Dies in Revolver Accident proprietor, will make merchandisemore day. complete charge of hiring md
.3 Registration, including fingerprinting j easily accessible and In bet- Principal Carl Wagner of the paying of employees. the president -
=: will not be harmful to I M. W. Dunlop, father of Mrs. H. ter view. Redland schools has not yet returned W W. Allan manager of
3 law-abiding aliens, and all records L. Brown and watchman for an At present work Is being com- from his summer vacation the Western Auto Supply store
.3 will\ be kept secret and confidential oil company In Headland, Ala., pleted In the rearranging of the When he does a successor to Miss here, allowed the motion to ba

.3 the postmaster (aid. (was fatally wounded on Aug 17 rear part of the store The huge Mildred Small, art teacher at Red- voted onClarence.
.3 A fine of $1,000 and Imprison- when his revolver fell from his electric refrigerator has been land last year who accepted an J. Parman, local architect .
=: ment for six months li the maxi- coat and was discharged He died moved back to allow eight more, appointment to Miami High' recently and head of the fruit shipping

=: mum penalty prescribed by the seven days later feet In the store proper' and large will be appointed. firm of ParmanLehman Packing
law for failure of an alien to register Mrs. Brown wag visiting her racks for supplies I In the store room I Pupils starting school for the I Co., resigned at a directors meetIng -
or for refusal to be fingerprinted parents when the accident occurred have been reset to give additionalroom. first time must present birth certificates J Monday when his motion d<-
=: or for making registration Mr. Brown Joined her I showing that they are at I daring the hiring of the manager
=: statements known to be false Aug 19 In response to a telegram "Our purpose In making these' least five years and nine monthsold and the secretary null and void
3 The registration questions cover advising of the accident and sayIng Improvements," Mr. Franklin said by Sept. 16 I (Continued on Page Two)

=: personal Identification, the manner that Mr. Dunlop was not ex- "are to make shopping a pleasure.
=: of entry Into the United States, pected to !liev They attended the Business will continue ss usual
=: military service, memberships In funeral held last Sunday, aad I while the work Is In progress, I Local Pastors Asked to Mark Sept. 8 I

=: social or other organization and Mr Brown returned Monday to and friends of the store are Invited -
any activity In promoting the Interests Homestead. Mrs Brown and a I to call and set the rapid As Day to Offer Prayers for PeaceMinisters

.3 of a foreign country son will return this weekend.Granddaddy' Changs'
I --- of churches ; ly 'i'ateful for our heritage and

Nicholson New Head RVdland District are In Its defense and to grant

! of Area's Persian Limes Of Kilgore Store Here serve Sunday, Sept 8, this land and to the troubled

I I of prayers for peace, as a righteous, enduring peace.
Is Still Producing at Lindgren Grovefruit Joseph Nicholson, formerly of by President Roosevelt, "When each succeeding day

'"' the Kilgore Seed Store in Miami, sent out by the Rev. R. brings tad news of suffering and .

3 The "granddaddy" of nearly all In 1905. None of them failed took over the managenhip of the ford, rector of St. John abroad wt are especially
.3 the Persian lime trees In South to furnish their quota of limesat ,Homestead Kilgore store Monday. Church, this week. of the divine power and
.3 Dade Is still doing business harvest time during their existence He succeeds C. W. Sweet who was In his proclamation reverent"j dependence upon Gods mer-
.3 One of the three trees from The surviving tree has placed in charge of the Kilgore dent said, in part: guidance
_- which sprang most of the Persian been subjected to extensive study store at Daytona Beach. Mr. Sweet "I urge the people of "With' this consciousness In our
== lime trees In the Redland District by the Subtropical Experiment and his family moved to Vero States, of all it Is seemly that we should

::3 till I II standing and bearing regularly Station, Mr. Llndgren (aid. Beach this week. creeds, to pray on this a time Ilk this, pray to Al-
3 at the grove of A. W. Lind- The trees had their ups and Mr. Nicholson, who Is married S) in their churches: or God for his blessings on

gren, Llndgren road near Vihlen downs with Mother Nature, during and has two children will bring homes, on the high seas country and for the establish-
drive. hurricanes, and freezes, but came his family to Homestead to live: where they may be, of a Just and permanent

'3 The three progenitors were setout back: with renewed vigor Mr. as soon as housing arrangementshave the Ruler of the among. all nations of the

It: In 1903 and began bearing (Continued on Page. Two) been completed., I our republic, to make us ."


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Pare Two THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE. Friday, August 30 1940

NEW FOLLIARD responding to hiring of secretary a manager as and passed a cor-at ,, |GROUPS NAMED |LAUGHTER| GIVES 'SHINE -BRINGS FINE .1

the membership meeting of Aug. 121'I Janie Cooper, 34, 1
RESTAURANT TO be declared null and void by the (Continued.from Page One) HELP IN BEARING fined $30 In city court negro Monday, way I
board of directors and that further .owaty, John R. loathers, Harold' night after the admitted
consideration of said matter Kendall and It W. Dome of a fallen of moonshine Ownership i

OPEN MONDAY .hull be Liken up by the board llatlw-Judle Mitchell D.I I TROUBLES VIEW liquor police said they found in .
;of director as soon a* feasible, 'Pride! C. W. Eating Mid Edward L her homeTHE JGdnold
and rntit the rewinding of -the'action 1 Kletn. -
Oir, d ,.f iii, Fullnrd Restau-
taken by the is With a certainty of higher taxes -
fn i. (ju1l'1, s adjoining the | After the committee. member In the Min Iris Caplinger, Carl
done without any thought of crit- rear and the tn-
Re i"nd Hotel on Flagler avenue iewm of were approved Wm. H. Krome crMtlng turmoil and trouble of Anderson, W. R. Thornlon, W. Y, i
E. names or persons involved ,WM elected a* secretary' of the I, Bush Mr. macktord
been set for Monday, it was but simply to conform with the the world that is being echoed In Fay and Ray
(01 i ,, juncrd this week by Wm. Fol- coMtitutmn committee. this country the American Cepllnger, Dorothy Avery and
I and by-laws of this I people
II.'' I I. owner organisation" I Ij i H. K. Foulk, aaaistant Inspector should make unusual effort to James McCullaulh.

Oc"n" ti 'ni have a blue and In emphatically tendering his loaned by the cttrua tea minion )look on the brighter side of life, ,... '..... ,,,., '
110' "' motif On the walls are resignation he said ,,(for the purpose, reported that he declared the Rev R. F. Blackford 1
a.I ucttc', of tropical birds. fish "I am resigning in protest at ''has j node approximately 85 lime Ina talk at a social meeting of RELIABLE
Uand fruits All equipment juice test out of a possible 100 the local lodge of Odd Fellows
such an unfair and dictatorial j ,
ari furniture : the results of which will Dry Cleaners and i
re new. 1 ruling I want no part of an or- I|I form the, who had as their guests their
I' ic restaurant is equipped to |basil of the proposed state law.iAfI..r Laundry
;(Ignnizatlon! that Is to be run in n wire, members of Liberty Rebekah ,
sei r 88 diners at tables and eight the meeting Mr. Foulk made,
such Lodge and their husbands
a slip-shod and Irresponsible EMORY BEARING '.
at the counter Later the facilities I series of test to illustrate Mal 1 !
i manner"Mr Mr Blackford Illustrationsof Owner slid Manager
will i be enlarged to provide for I''< procedure in making the experi I gave i
Lir"ei number of patron Four, Allan said that a meeting menta humor from various countries suITS! __on ..__._-Age" .
lot the membership would be held |nd showed that the Americanvariety
waitresses. he been engaged after I PANTS ___.___ Ue
two weeks'
notice to vote onrescinding of joke is constructed from
A refrigerated show ease In of the hiring motion. all styles MeD', W.D'
which will be displayed fish, lobster 'GRANDDADDY'I I
the membership meeting Monday 'Laughter\ IIpeople more HATS Cleaned and Sleeked 45.
and other tea fond, and game
night, Mwever* he announced strength to withstand the graver WASH PAINTS __no. ____. 20cSHIRTII
the and restaurant fowl< will, be within In the view front from of'jthst this those could affected not be had done already because |I ( from Page One) I side of life," he said "We must ......... r..r__._ tee

Die sidewalk started work, although It was :Llndgren said In 1909 high cultivate oursense of humor to DRESSS: 'n __ ...... _._ Ue upLADIES'
ratio the
a with
Mr Folliard was owner and operator found! that Ira formal notice had winds blew the trees out of the of state and growing seriousness "- COATS _____ 41c a.

of the Cozy Diner before been given either In writing or I ground but they were placed backto 1 Various members private of both affairs lodges SKIRTS 'n .__ __ J5e up
toe ition was necessitated to make I verbally. resume their productive existence -
gavel short talks DAM! W,4SH. Ii Ibm __ Itela
In 1919
It* removal from Its Krome avenue At the night meeting, Mr Rue however', two of
room for the new Margaret Ann again demanded "jmt what la the I the tree were destroyed In a cy-j Following the program, refreshments ( each mlollli pound) 1
grocery storeDIRECTORS status of the board of directors!" clone1 which struck In that sectionof were served Those attending FLAT WORK.lb. .___ 'e
He had to leave early, and lo the district. were: Mr. and Mr. H. B. COMMERCIAL J'tAT.Ib. te
was not there when Mr. Allan Thousands upon thousands of Beattie, Mr. and Mrs W. D. ($1 Minimum)
I called for an end to squabbling"and limes that have been shipped from Mahan, Mr. and Mrs C. M. Bar- ;;
let's get something done". the RMflnds since the century was 1 row. Mr and Mrs J. L. Strick- WORK CALLED roB AND

(Continued from Page One) j After a few more plea for harmony young Here from descendents of land, Mr. and Mrs Jason Avery, DELIVERED ;
Wli. ruled out of order by Allan, the meeting voted to notify these three 'granddaddies. The Mt. and Mrs Leslie bitter, Mr. Phone $14-W Caves Blld,. ;
,, Mr trees were set out by Mr. Lind-I and Mrs E. S Caplinger, Mrs Homestead
wi bated his action mainly on I II Gallahcr and Mrs Stewart 11. y
gren's father, who I Carrie McCullough Mrs Cora Belle ., ... ...
lenience In the by-laws which i that they could go to work I obtained them I "' II '""J"' .11II. "" "' .
state, that, seven members shall Mr. Allan, who quoted at length from General Sanford, for whom J I. 'r.- ,
: ;from the city of Sanford was named I
corutitutr for the notes taken from Roberts
s- 'Rules of Order, was cited to a I The three trees literally started I
I:, special or annual meetingof ,a section of that parliamentary the lime Industry in this section. l '1
'h" membership authority which reads: "No mo- Mr. Llndgren said At the time
Hi 'IK'Id to 1 tarn view even after 'ion Is in order that conflicts with they were planted there were no '
It ,s pointed nut that such buss the laws of the nation or state, orwith Persian limes growing within many I
ne would not ,include those func- the assembly constitution, I miles, and it was soon after they 1
tiiir'" ipc, ificullr delegated to the i or by-laws and if such a motionis entered their productive period
boird 'If directors, as a safeguard adopted, even by unanimous that other growers sought their '!
OX: injt Ox indiscriminate and I vote It Is null and void. 'aid in starting lime groves
ha Lily considered proposals that;! At a meeting of the board of FolliardRestaurant i
dime before a chamber of com-'directors held ye" eTiy afternoon
c inerce for the spending of its money -to elect successor** t<7 rand Parman: TORBERT LEASES MONtMV !
to Mr Torbert, who leaves I
Monday to become field Tom Torbert, who was promoted -
Frank B Rue, manager of the manager 3
Florida East Coast Fertilizer Co,[lof American Fruit Grower Lake recently by the American Fruit I j'j :
member of the city council and I Okeechobee area J. R Brooks and Growers from the managershipof \
member: of the Dad County budget -iA., W. Lindgren were chosen Mr I Goulds Growers, Inc, to the I!j
board, reminded Mr Allan[Brook was nominated by Mr. Rue. I position of field manager of the 1 j
that debts contracted during the Mr. Llndgren, a resident' of Goulds'. I organization In the Lake Okee-
last festival remained unpaid for ,,was the unanimous choice of the 4 chobee are, will take' up his duties :
lick of funds, and that the directors board. I at Belle Glade Monday Opens

for this, reason had to dispense -, I
with the services of Mrs.
Cons Stewart as building custodian., I
.1 : several months ago In spite of the I MONDA
fact that they recognized the valueof
nor services as a dispenser of
information to tourists who might
atop at the chamber building I II
Minutes of a meeting of last
yeirs" board of directors at which i Sept. 2
Gulluher' was hired as manager of
Mean Guarantefd Used Cars
the 1940 Fruit Festival were readat
the request of the objecting .
directors. :i

"It appears that the same rules 1928 FORD. TUDOR SEDAN
that held last year don't apply this
ye,ir. said Mr Rue. "All at once On Flagler Avenue

the board of directors Is supposedto 1934 FORD COUPE 1
become a collection of figure-, Next to
he'dsf ."
E Kirby, who has been I''' j
number of the board of directors: Redland '

, J lot many years, concurred with,
Directors Rue, Parman, 0 B. l'ari i )
ker and Tom Torbert that the i
hiring of employees and spendingof :
money Is vested In the board. ,
Mr Parman motion was as 1937 FORD 60 TUDOR SEDAN 1/
follows: "that the matter relative .


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Friday, August: 1, 1910 THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Page Three .

lieving there will be no curtailment JKOVTELL A.VNOIACIS TOPICS
European War Seen No Deterrent of car production during the PRATT PRODUCTS f

I To American '41 Car ManufacturingGeneral 1941 model year," be continued The Rev, W. 1':. Rowelt, new
i "I 18 becausethe automobile indus DISTRIBUTED ATHOBSOiYSSTORE I pAstor of the Florida City and
try has more manufacturing facilities Rcdland Methodist, Churches, hill
business In America Use Motor Division have made than it can possibly use I announced hit sermon topic for
should become better because of plans for 12 month ahead and In 1941, based on production estimates (Sunday aa follow:
the momentum generated by foreign hey predict that Pontiac win have Ten yeah ago it* capacity Redl'red church at II a, m,Tha
' and United State govern.ment an even better year In 1941 than was well over 000,000 cars Universal Creed',
purchasing, according to this year. That Is the spirit at a year, while today It le considerably J. Carl Hobson, who recently Florida City church at 7:30 p.
Preston B. Bird, head of Preston the factory and among dealer greater than that Even opened a store on Coconut Palm m., "The Criteria of a Christian
B. Bird Motor Co., Pontiac dealer that has helped raise the company though more can are built next drive and Robert road, Ii sole Spirit",
In this ctly. from seventh place In the Industry year than will be built during the Mr. Rowelt extend an Invitation -
distributor hi South Dade for
"The automobile six year ago to fifth place today 1940 maim year, there will still to all la the communities:
companies will Pratt known
product nationally
be ample plant to" producethe served churches
space by these to attend
bring out their 1941 model this poultry and dairy feeds remedies
i fall a* usual, according to information "On the subject of the 1941 atnmtitlee rearmament good"' which the and fertilizer the terrier
I receive from reliable sources which have been the government needs. Tht Pratt products have bee on
In the motor city" laid Mr. Bird.' asis of lengthy report' earning the market since 1870, Mr. Hofeamt The saw meat curing plant In
"Car production will not be curtailed out of Washington.my Informant Clearly nttetrateaT said and formerly had a wide connection with the state famnrra
and there should not be a point out that by tile time the "What le the difference between dtetnbuttM In thin area Agent market at BushaeU I* scheduled
shortage of material this year.'twveriuaenl! bat ite plaM lit tor valor and 'discretion*" fa* tile southeastern avcttait pf to open Sept 1-FNS.
Briefly these are the answers that' production .t planes. CMine, rierito are Braver B Young of
I have received to the four meat tanks and the ;other material, "Well*, t* travel on aa oeea forth' Miami Beach, who are behind en for aid tnbe solution of
general question that are being,eve> though that i* only few liner without topping weuM be a campaign to" revive the popularity -I producing and marketing problems
asked by u interested publia.A week, the ear cotnpanie will hare valor." of the Pratt name In these: The Hal.",. Ure. together
to business !completed their tool and die work with boWIe
the Pontiac dealer ". see" parti, I Ilon. the nearby formerly
aay*. "Why should we worry I for IMI model, truss making tool Hobson said that the laboratories owned by UM lace C H Woodbury,
about that? There I* little or nothing -I and die worker available for "And to" come back erv a diffef- of the Pratt Company at and its 21 acre of grove were
WE can da about the war i government work. ent boat would be discretion.Em. ."- Philadelphia are available to dairymen bought .y Mr. Hob** tram W.

hIaU very thing we hate most i "Another reason given tee be- grower and poultry rais- A. Malcolm two week ago
In country,i* making business --- --
better. I
"It 1* no different than it was !
In the first World War," he con-! roM! IN AND SEE THIS NEW

tinued. "Before and; after we got!

Into buying that conflict automobile, people kept Sale righton Increased i GENERAL MOTORS VALue !It

every year except 1918, ,,_ .
i ... .. ..
and then comeback with a big /" '- >''''' '<'. -.; .. .' ..... '
upturn in 19IJ The same thing I \ "T >t." ;;. .
is happening now .
"In the lame way there was -
little we could do about the bank
holiday In 1933, but we kept right
on doing business '
"Our government Is going to I
spend billions of dollar In the ;/r-I/AlA
next few year That can't help
but make business better It is true
that we and the coming generation :
.,i are going to have to pay back ,
these billions, but I don't think
believes to ,, "' ., ,' A.
J anyone we are going ,.' 'W1110IINII : >,- r'# { j be called on to do it in the next t > "vr rnurJ
year or '0. We'll have the '.
5 rest of our lives in which to pay.
"A tremendous amount of time I is "
being lost now talking about war.
This energy well could be turned 16500a
Into other and more productive a.Y
,: channels After all, the average Terms
1 business man can't do anything
about the war. After all we'vegot 4 $00.00 hm than any porcelain Frigldoire

I to carry on business. "6" we've ever offered
i "Pontiac has Increased Its busInen -
nationally from 48 per cent
j over last year, while 1939! was
SO per cent ahead of 1938, which
J* a very healthy condition.
"The average man looks ahead I Ni BIG 6.2 CVd/C/ 1001 alitlifetime
only a matter of days or weeks, quality
but heads of large corporationslike and out
the motor companies must /i..ide
weigh economic fact of today I 1tJ

and lay plane for months ahead. I ,rtI rY& with u..lvlfitting.
I know that the heads of the Pon- r t !
r lfJnsl
with gr.o' fedwese

There's no refrigerator finish to equal

Frigidaire't Lifetime Porcelain. Made and ap-

plied in the world'i largest porcelain plant, itwithstands

abuses that would ruin other surd

face A whisk of a cloth keeps it always at its

beautiful beat.See this treat bargain ngr>way I lT

.J _

1 r- f< .*. & 0

1, restores CHIROPRACTIC NEWMAN thousands daily of f-: MORE GREAT, .' !' J !J ,{tli.r -.'

sick and ailing people to .

health.everything Many else had in vain.tried ;'FR1G1DAJRE:: Set ourMidiummtr

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...................A"A" American Front" by Duncan Alk.

LIBRARY FACTS 'for Latin-America" by Carleton.
Published rrt4... It Huilk _". Fit.t CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
Uw DM. Publishing "....,. Beats. The contents of there
AND FANCIESBy I books deal with our Latln-Amer-
Entered Mcn4 rt Mil MltoitUrek
u II. Itll ml the Ml >(llr> atM.m..b.d (A* Revised Julye, 1036) icon neighbors and make us aware
elands. badge the Ml .( ARTICLE I-Name MRS. J. E. GAl'ZENS i jot the "king-pin" position these
Muck .. ISTS.EN .
Section 1. This organization shall be known as the Redland District "'"YYYYYYYVTTVVVVYVYYYVYYY countries assume In the possible

Chamber of Commerce. I I collapse of Europe.

ASCHER-.Pr..ld.nt.nd Mlttf ARTICLE II-Location LBIRARY HOURS The idea of a suppressed introIductory

UAUOISK LEACH AKCHKR ?. ____. Section 1. The general office of this organization hall be in the Monday, Wednesday, Thursday chapter of "Seven Pillars
City of Homestead, County of Dade. State of Florida. 3-6 p. m. by T. E. Lawrence,
___ lor"larr bad Treasurer
Tuesday Friday, 10 a m.'! p. m.
ARTICLE III-Purpose 1 dead these past five years, created
Saturday, B-12 a. m., 3-t p. m. at the time of IU
District excitement
Section I. The object and purposes of the Redland I publication
SUBSCRIPTION RATES Chamber of Commerce shall be to advance the agricultural, commer- 7-9 p. m. and gave to the book >

I Volume* Dade if County Dodo County __ __.n.______.___ $II ISO.M cial, Industrial and civic welfare of the community; to co-operate In'' Each man has his own desires; mysterious content.
the advancement of the Interests of the Redland District, and to foster do the inclination.Persius. I Now A. W. Lawrence brother of
all not same
closer business and social relations among Its member IT. E. (who was and still is at

AAAAAAAAAJCURRENT, ..... ARTICE IVMembershipSection I' mysterious as ever) has brought

1. Any reputable Individual, firm or corporation Interested 0 I together what he says are the last
in the general advancement of the Redland District shall be The driving forces of society I of his brother's miscellaneous writIngs -

eligible to membership, subject to the conditions hereinafter named. are desires-natural and acquired., Included In this volume

COMMENTBy Section 2. Each application for membership must be signed by Appetite for food Is an example will be the suppressed chapter,
board of directors and affirmativevote of natural desire the love of(I
the applicant and voted on by the a ; which turns out to be mild enough
AGNEW WELSH"AA.AAAAU..AUUAAUA of those present at any meeting constituting an election. books, an acquired one. To acquirea
when read at the present time.
Section 3. Individuals, firms or corporations subscribing for desire necessitates
shall file with the secretary a notice performln'l I The chapter was never officiallysuppressed.
more than one membership, an act of some
It cut from "SevPillars"
Edlhv'i' Neat Hr. Wtlih mlmrnMthnt I designating the name of a personal representative for each member until It has become a habit.
.mnm.nb o. ." wh.th.e subscribed. Such member shall be passed on by the boardof en shortly before publi-
t. ID. HnrmtHl :t mrlini ship so ever our desires, natural What-I
doz.: I
article and no cation on the fatherly advice of
with his opinion. eommunlntliini directors as provided for in Section 2 of this person quired, we do not all
to Agnew Welsh, 141 N. E. shall vote more than one membership. Bernard Shaw.
Silk M. Miami Kl&. Section 4. Membership dues shall be five dollars ($500) per same Inclination toward the wine I I Ernest Poole, author of "The

Television Is making proll'eu.1 annum. desire. Hence our developmentof Harbor" and many other novels,

Twenty miles was thought to Section S. A membership shall be. in good standing when all the personality or Individuality I!tells the story of his life in an autobiography

Its present limitation but a New I member's obligations to the Redland District Chamber of Commerceare So we find the reading world called "The Bridge",

York-Chicago "'ct'ptlOI717 miles, I paid liP to date No member shall be eligible to election as an divided Into three groups of per- I

was recently effected. officer or to vote in an election of officers who is not in good stand sons: those who go In for intellectual IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIhIiIIIIIIIIIIBIN I I

ing. reading-a group which ill
ARTICLE Organization relatively small; the practical persons I
Lint month dividends amountIng -
to $416,000 were distributed I Section 1. The authority of this organization shall be vested Inboard I who wish information about)
the affairs of the world but lack Years
.r. credited to the accounts of 22- a of directors who shall appoint a treasurer and a secretary I an I 2@ Ago

000 patrons by fedital savings and an hereinafter provided. The secretary may be elected from the board'of Interest in imaginative majority ; I

t loan associations in Dude County. director or from the membership at Urge. last but not least the in eat
I of readers who seek a release
The reports mAde by their offictitrread
ARTICLE VI-Meetings from reality by living in a dream lII 111II1111111111111I1I1111I1I11I11U illVilll
oilS : Section I. The annual meeting of the chamber shall be held at world of fiction.In .
Institution Patrons Amt. I Ir 'rho following Items ..,..
Ere wRntorprlM
at such hour
the first regular meeting in October of each year, halm from film .f the a....
First 10,000 $167,000 place as may be prescribed In the call for the purpose of receiving any activity concerning people .....JI.h.4 M... IS. It'll.u .
r Dade 5.SOO 79,000 ,reports of officers and committees and electing seven directors. This however, the three groups the South Florida "...., and
merged Ort. |r, lull, with t..t H._
Chase 1,300 59,000 annual meeting shall transact any other business which may be pre designated above are accepted as Mead L .dor.
Beach 4,300 100,080 sented. Seven members shall constitute a quorum for the transaction : definitive of recognized types.

j; Coral Gables 740 19,000: of kusmcss at any regular special or annual meeting. Regular Because the city officials have Aug. 26, 1920

0 meetings of the membership shall be held on the fourth Wednesdayof Introduced the subject of city man- -"The C. D. Club met at the

to Miami has been preening Its each month. Additional regular meetings may be provided by ager form of government, the library home of Mrs. Joe Burton on Fri

feathers over the statement Mint 'vote of the nsembership. offers to tbe practical bor- day evening. It1'81 made the
Amended March 10, 1937, to have fiscal year commence AprilI
( rewers of this locality a book that
it had not had murder in occasion of shower
a case and officers at first regular a surprise for
and provide for election of directors I
six weeks, as much as to say "Isn't should have a strong appeal at this Mrs. Ben Young. The follow
meeting in April),
that something?" but Hialeah Section 2. Spo. l meetings of the membership may be calledat time. ing were present: Mr. and Mrs.

blemished a killing on Au,. 19. any time by.ths president, or may be called upon a written requestof The title of the book is: "City Edward Caplinger, Mrs. Edward,

Homicide began early 1st the history three members or more, provided five days' notice of the Intentionto Manager Government in the Unit!Brooker, Mrs. J. D'Redd, ll1.s, J. !
of the human Did ed States". The authors are W. i(1ishvMrs Loomis "
race. you hold such meeting given. Mrs. Butler -
ever hear that old-time darkey Section 3. Order of business: Stone-Price-Sutiie and the copyright Mrs. Smelser, Mrs Murphy,

ditty? "Adam was lie fust man an' 1. Reading of the minute date Is 1940. The contents Mrs. Cliambliss, Mrs. Tweedell,

." JIve was de tuddcr; Cain was a 2. Conmunlcatlons. are the findings of a nation-wide Mrs. Ben Young and M>r.. Joe

wicked man kase he kill his brud- 3. Report of officers and committees. survey of the results, and practical Burton. "

ster." 4. Unfinished business. operation of the city manager' "Dade County, Florida, containing -

0 0 5. Miscellaneous business. plan of municipal government as the city of Miami, leads

Henry Ford's son, Edsel, has Section 4. The board of directors shall hold Its meetings Immediately undertaken in 1037 by the com all counties In the United Statesof
after each regular membership meeting. mittee
on public administration of which the
population thus far
purchased a 12-acre estate on Jupiter
Island, about 73 miles northof ARTICLE VII-Elections social science research council.' has been announced, in its rate
Section 1. There shall be elected annually at the tint regular This volume summarizes the of growth last
during thje lenyeal'l.
Miami at a price said to be
meeting In October, seven directors who shall Immediately after such principal results of the city manager It has now than three
132400. There are two fine dwellings more
and many smaller buildings election organize by electing a president, first vice-president, second plan in 48.cities that are and a half times the population it
vice-president, secretary and treasurer. operating It and in two cities that
and the whole Is fully developed. Section 2. Nominations for the election of directors shall be mad have abandoned it. had in 1910 Homestead, by the .
from the floor at the annual meeting of the membership at large. that discarded two cities state census of 1913, had a population

AI.) Capone Is beginning to Section 3. The method of voting shall be by secret ballot. Each Ohio, and Santa It Barbara are Cleveland.Calif.In of 721. The census of 1920
emerge from his Palm Island retreat voting member shall write on his ballot the names of those nominatedas gives Homestead city 1,307 and
What Sunday school does read by the secretary, and shall place the letter X before the name December, 1939, there were Homestead precinct 1,769.

be attend?" ask. No-o-o of his choice, voting for seven. 472 titles operating under this I I"A.. R. Livingston got back
you you
the officers and directors during form of government.Every .
Section 4. Vacancies among ,.from Lake Okeechobee on Tuesday
It Is the old ]insight I
are wrong: same the year, shall be filled by the board of dircctop, by selection from man and woman Inter- where he had been surveyingfor

clubs and bars, where hefeels among those eligible to election to such positions, and such appointments ested in the progress of Homestead the,Model Land Co. He was
more at home. His physiciansays until the next annual meeting. should become
shall be only fully'lhformed about a month.
___ ._ ;gone
he seems to have a blankmemory ?
bn this
subject that
ARTICLE VIII-Funds so -"B. A. Tlbbets and family gothome
regarding stirring
he she I
vents of his Chicago life. In Section 1. The receipts from membership dues and from any or might more intelligently from their trip to Jacksonville -
other sources, when the distribution thereof is not specifically designated discuss; It pro and con. on Tuesday . "
such cases a good "forgetter"! is For
shall constitute a general fund of the organization, from which mental stimulation and -"The frame work of Dr.
a mighty handy thing to have. Andit all the fixed charges for the maintenance and conduct of the organization treating of a subject that Is of vital Smith's house has been erected

Is safe to say Al will never go and other expenses regularly Incurred by the association In Interest to all North Americans, 'and the contractor is making good

back to Chicago alive or stay the prosecution of Its work shall be paid. we offer two books: "The All-,progress now."

there-alive. Section 2. In the board of directors shall be vested the power I

o 0 to create any special fund which shall be subscribed in manner to Such VlC"t: >mldent
There are some phases of human be prescribed by the board. Any special fund thus) created shall be office. designated shall perform all the duties of that

nature hard to understand, used exclusively for the purpose or purposes for which it Is made. Section 3. The
such as the case of the two West Section 3. The board of directors may at its discretion, transfer of the secretary His duties shall haw charge of the correspdhdence
Palm Beach women recently found money from the general fund to any special fund, when it Is evident regular and IT shall Include attendance upon all
that such transfer will not Impair the general fund and any surplusof keep rSf iimee"nw the chamber. The secretary shall
living in the central part of the a< of
Il..I" 1 the membership and of of
the board
any special fund remaining; after the work for which It was createdIs
city In the utmost poverty, filth Htt shall 'Issue calla for meetings at the direction of the
finally completed shall be transferred to the general unless
and squalor, and in a starving otherwise provided for when the fund was created. ;president or as otherwise provided herein.
condition although they had $100- Section 4. The treasurer shall receive and have custody of all

000. They were drawing small Section 4 The board of directors shall engage such employeesas :funds of the t.Ch.mlSr' depositing same In bank or other depository

mounts periodically from a bank, they deem necessary, and fix their compensation, and have complete :selected by board Of dlrector Htt shall pay all bills by check,

thinking it to be federal aid, but charre of the receipt and expenditures of all funds of the II countersigned by the president and treasurer.
chamber Sction 5. The fiscal year of the organization shall end at the
the banker was wisely charging _
!close of business
first each year. A statement as of date of
the sums to their account The ARTICLE Committees I 1 October first each
I year mall be presented by the treasurer to the
husband of one of the women Section 1. The president Is empowered to appoint from the I board at its first meeting after the annual election.

had been th pioneer developer of board of directors and the membership at large, special committees I Section 8. Upon receipt' of dues for membership from any individual

Jupiter, location of one of the ,from time to time as conditions may arise to suggest their need. I firm or corporation a certificate of membership executed

coastal lightttoxsei that became i Section 2. A majority of the members of any committee of the in Proper form, bearing the signature of the president and secretary

S famous during the Spanish-Amer organization shall constitute a quorum for the transaction of the business -I shall be issued to such member for the year for which the dues were

Scan War.There's. of the said committee. ,paid.
Section. The committees shall report their proceedings at each Section 7. Bonds for the faithful performance of duty shall be

an old adage that says regular meeting of the board of directors and such reports whenever i required of the treasurer, also other employees of the chamber as

figures won't He but when Old Ike practicable shall be in writing, and filed with the secretary in advanceof I may be deemed desirable by the board at the expense of the chamber

he the meeting. I the amounts of said bonds to be determined by the board, and the
reads the war reports comments -
Section 4. All committees shall meet at the call of their respective president shall be custodian of such bonds.
"Yeah, mebbe so, but a
chairman. Any special committee may be dissolved by the ARTICLE XI-Amendments
powerful lot of liars must be doln'the
He had just read pr-sident. Section 1. The by-laws may be amended at any regular or
figgerln. ARTICLE X-Duties of the Officers special meeting of the chamber of a two-thirds vote of the members
one report on an air raid where the Section. The shall present, provided written amendments
president preside at all meetings of the notice is given of the proposed
English told how many planes they board of directors, and shall perform such other duties as are by right two weeks In advance

had shot down and how few they the prerogative of the presiding officers. He shall be ex-ofticlo ARTICLE XII-Parliamentary Rules

had lost and Germany made an member of all committees. Section 1. The proceedings of the chamber meetings shall be

exactly opposite statement on Section 2. The president shall designate one of the vice-presidents governed by and conducted according to the latest edition of Robert's
general results. | to act la bU stead when he is absent or unable to perform his duties. ; WJiiual of Parliamentary Rules.





Friday, August 30, 1940 THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Page Five

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jpc with Mn
Chan-j Illness Ends: in Death
dler. ".n-,n-law and
14In and hir., Virgil Grennell Jr., REDLANI }'. F. A. 1'orrthur W. Powell

and Around I Mr and M-A; ""S. Moye Mr'l LEWIS VRANA. Reporter.xNINNNxx.NNu.NxNrxxNNxxNNxxxlM Funeral services for Arthur

I family had as guests Sunday Walter Powell 80. of HedMmt,

and Mrs. John Wlghtman At a rgculur meeting Monday j(j who died Tuesday In .i Miami h, .
Homestead Mary Gibson Misses France, night It was decided lint we havea ''pibil following a bliP illness, wily
Grace and Nelle Gibson and Chas work-diiy at school Saturday I I held yesterday afternoon at Turner -
Gibson, all of Miami. Sept. 7, and the executive committee Funeral Home with the He .

I Carl Smith"son of Mr. and Mrs. will inert Monday, Sept. 2, J. J, Richards officiating MIL >.1
Mr. and Mrs. Allan Kissam returned the meeting of the Homestead E. S. Smith of Homestead underwent at 7.30: p. m. was In Miami' Memorial Park

to her home here Sun-I Rotary Club of which he is a a tonsllectomy in the Kendall Short talks were made by Cecil Mr. Powell a carpenter, wa a
day after spending two weeksat past president i' hospital Wednesday.Carl Parker and Charles Bchrcns, who native of take City. Fla lie cane
Myrtle Beach S. C., and Hen- told us about the schools they ex-' to the liedlund DlrUlct three yenvago.

dersonvllle, N. C. Mrs. E, S. Caplinger, who had i Van Winkle; who Is em- pect to attend this year. Cecil .
been visiting her mother Mrs. N. ployed In the house of representatives will attend Carlisle Military Acad-i He l Is survived by his wife. M.1I.I .
Miss Mary Frances Arthur, the Roth in Dayton 0., for six weeks, left this week for Washing emy at Bumbcrg, S. C, and Ch..lcil Dorothy Powell; two sons, Ailhur
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. F. returned home Saturday. Mrs.I ton. D. C., after spending two will attend the University of Mi! ,I and Patrick; two step-children.
Arthur will enter nurse's training Caplinger and Mrs. Roth spent weeks with his ami. The part Future Farmers MIDI Marjorie Powell and JaikPowell
mother Mrs. Clara
school at Jackson Memorial Hos-(several weeks visiting relatives in Van Winkle. have in insuring the defense of all of whom live In Rid
In Miami Tuesday New Orleans. loud: two sinters Mrs. J O. ll.ill
pital ...........................................-....-..... our nation also it all times was discussed and Mrs Allen Ryan of Miami:

Mrs. Floy Watson and son, Flay Miss and four ,
Ruby Bullard left Wednesday FLORIDA brothers Irvin C Pow-
. ...............
; Jr., returned to Homestead yesterday for her home in Edison, Mrs. W.V. ------.1 ell of Miami Wm. E, Powell of

. ). after spending several Ga., after visiting here with her 1.----...... Everglades and Benjamin C and
\ months In Hendersonvllle. brother-In-law and sitter Mr. and 1.I Elmer: K Powell of South Miami
Mr. and Mrs Roger Snow and By KATHLEEN CAMPBELLWe
w5 Mrs. F. D. Mock, for several weeks. I
:: Mrs. J. L. Hickson accompanied I their son Philip of Fort Pierce ................................................................... READ THE WANT-ADS
her brother and sister- Miss Margaret Hilson of Princeton are visiting this week at the home met at the municipal poolIn
in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Smith is visiting friends and relatives of Mrs. Snow's uncle and aunt, Homestead Tuesday afternoonand I
and their daughter Peggy to their In Harrison, Ca. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Becker. enjoyed a long swim. Thenwe Ai

home In St. Louis Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Alma ; ;; went te the park where all i
:. Doxsee and daughters -!
;::1 Mrs. Smith had been visiting at The Rev. and Mrs. E P. Cowan Dean hands helped to get wood to make
1. the Hickson home for several and fcimlly of Naranja returned Shirley and Joanne a big fire in the stove for j hotdog I
weeks. Tuesday from a vacation spent In are expected to return this week roast. PRATTSFEEDS
'k. Atlanta.A. from spending the summer In Ken- ,
,; Miss Lucille West wild leaveN sett, Ark, and Memphis Tenn. While the fire WIN getting just
W. Hutchli..on left Wednesday right: the troop held Its meeting ,
for Mars Hill College M7.'Pul: ;; '
1. Sunday
Mr. and
Haley returned -
on a business trip to Indian- The gills were pleased to have !i'
f Man Hill N. C.-- I to..n. Flu. Tuesday from Buford Ga. their captain, Miss i Mildred Small, !|

a MilS Bsther Livingston left Sunday with them again and the meeting|
i Mrs. Mr. and Mrs Wm. Forsyth re-
A E Paul Miss Dora Scott
i for a two-week vacation In I I'r turned to their home In Fernan- was turned over to tlicr. She I j
and Lynn
Irwin who attendedthe raised them for their
Hendersonville. dina after a week's visit will Mr. co.oPI'ra-J
DcUnd Baptist Assembly at Jon in all of the scout activities ,
--- ,
Forsyth's parents, Mr. and Mn "
Stetson University for ,
Mrs. (vain Moser Mrs.J. C. Vonn returned home two L. Forsyth. His mother accompanied :and streamed the significance of Sold By
both of Homestead and Mrs. V., Saturday. them home for a visit. ,working hand for badges and oficing
O. R hrer, of Miami, returned I Mr. and Mrs. Gerday Davis of I a 100 per cent Girl Scout'
Sunday for a visit with their father Lyons Ga., who visited Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Yents of Tampa 'troop j ;HOBSON'SWEEKLY ,
W. A. MiUhell, in Shaw Miss Mrs. C. T. Anderson in Naranja ited at the home of her sister \'Ia-I' At the close of the meeting a'' I
and other friends last week returned J. 11. Dixon last week. I I shower of handkerchiefs fell across II I II
1fr. and Mrs. Carl F. Robinson '
to their home Wednesday. I the table in front of Miss Small,
and daughter<< Patty, after having Mrs O. Cloninger and sons J. She II I
In honored
was happy being
very -
spent several months at their C. P. Gria. d left Mbnday fora B. and Ronnie I returned Friday ; and remembered in this way ,
home In Burlington Vt. from Athens, Tenn.Wm I
summer two-week tour of the state for I and expressed her regret at having
returned to their home in Red4und the purpose of visiting various I. Wood of Thomasvllle, Ga., I Ivlsllt'd to leave the troop 10 soon.
Tuesday Another daughter, Sue O. O. F. lodges. Mr. Grlnold Is' SPECIAL
this week at the home of Nut. to the fire and hot dogs
who has been attending summer I
grand patriarch of the grand
encampment '
Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Schroeder. where arf
etiquette tHrown
school<< at Springfield College in of the Wale of Florida. -- .--
:' Spangfleld, Conn., will sail from Laraar Pactee and J. W. Giles I and all had a Wg feed.

New York' tomorrow for home and Mrs. Lester Braddy has returned of Atlanta, Ga? are guests at the PRATTS
enter Stetson University at De- : to her home In Naranja Palms Hotel. ,
Lead next week. after a two-month visit with relatives !-
I and friends in Wrlghtsville Mrs. Rudolj'h"'Mattson; visited Prompt Courteous Service I STARTED
Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Lee have' and Mitchell Ga. relatives in Miami last week. at ha I
M their guest this week Miss Win-
Die Cuggan of Miami. Carl De<\e-.r;: returned to Mrs. M. Silverman, Myer Sil- CHICKS
Homestead Sunday after a week's verman and his children Marion SINCLAIRService
Miss Virginia Voss of Cincinnati visit in Cincinnati. Gloria and Alfred, of Coconut (N. II. REDS)
is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Carl De- Grove spent Monday here.
i den for several weeks. Mrs. O. L. Sanderson, accom-
panied by Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Curl, Mr. and Mrs. Lennie Creech and StationJohn
Dr. B. E. Catlin returned to on Monday visited her daughter family moved into the Clinton :lOc
Homestead Monday after visitingin Mrs. L. D. Curl who la ill at her garage apartment "Xhunday*.
Clinton Ga, and Highlands home hi Fort Lauderdale. E. Davis, Prop.
Horace ....modi;; Hobe Sound
N. C. Betty CatUn, daughter of 8. Krone Ave. Phone MM j each
Dr. and Mrs. Catlin left Wed Miss Betty Clark has returned| visited recently at the Schroeder
nesday to visit her grandmother to her home In Washington D. C.I I home. )
,:,, 'Mrs. H. S. Catlin In Andalusia after a visit In Homestead with I
Ala. Miss Melba Van Winkle 1
Miss Ethel Anderson of Naranja Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Goasman had
ii pending a three-week vacationIn as week-end guests last week Carl Redland Brand I POULTRY ,
-O'Conney, Wrlghtsville ,and Scott of Shady Grove and Albury I REGULATORMore
Dublin, Ga. Aman of South Miami.

Mrs. W. Y.:Bush and daughter, Lyman Williams""who had been I eggs for your

Nina Pearl, who spent two week spending six weeks In Metter Ga, Fertilizersare
visiting relatives In Alabama returned returned to Homestead Wednes. money. Ask us about it.i

to Homestead Tuesday day. l j
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Mrs. Howard Johnson and little Mrs. E. W. Chandler; and
daughter Janice spent the week- ter Betty who have been daUlh-1 manufactured in Homesteadby I FULL LINK OF
end in/Doytona ,Beach visiting the summer In Opp Ala, ,

relatives. ,. vvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvv ....1 PRATTS FEEDS
Wm. J. CIk'Jr. and Billy a locally company.

Walton will leave next week forMan

Hill, N. C., where Mr. Clark EXPERT i Mixtures are carriedon AND REMEDIES
will enter his tecond year at
Mars Hill and Mr. Wal-
College I
I ___ .
ton will be a freshman.Dr. BARBERING .
hand for every
Herbert S. Wolfe, professor; I WE AUK IN TUB
of horticulture at the University'

of Florida who formerly was horticulturist I HAIRCUT ...... 40c need. BUSINESSHobsons
in charge of the Sub

topical Experiment Station here, SHAMPOO ...... 40c .-
visited friends in Homestead from --
Your is
Tuesday to Thursday and attendeeTropical MASSAGE .__. 40: patronage

.wer..r+ .Ir..Hes

Cafe BUSH'SBARBER always appreciated. :

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I 1 .u Social Events in South Dade . II

i JANE KEELY WEDS WM. CECIL BRYAN ww.www.rur.w.ww..rr..wwwwww"wThe Calendar ROUND TABLE DISCUSSION ON CAMPAIGN: i,


Aug. SI-Labor Day dance at --
The marriage tal Min Elizabeth of 1ba same shade placed on the Homestead Country Club, given I Prominent Democrat and, Republicans :Way the meeting will be held on 1
ef Fatal side ot her head and topped with by Junior Woman's Club. will take part In a round the second Monday ef the month I
Jan: Reply,
table discussion ot Issues Involved 'instead of the
first The
Monday. i
two blue feather Her other accessories ; ,
-luncheon and
Sept meeting
Keely of Homestead, to William were black. She wore a in the presidential campaign at meeting place has not yet been \
Cecil Bryan Jr, of Clerason. S. C of gardenias. of Legion Auxiliary. !a program.meeting ef the Horae- selected. J
took place Saturday. Sept. 24, ta corsage Sept J--Meeting of Outlook Clr- :stead Business and Professional \ Everyone interested la invited IUk
Greenwood S. C, at the balM 1 Mrs Joyce wore a white shark- .Ve of Homestead Methodist Church 'Womeati Club on Sept 9 at a p. ... attend. Punch will be served. ,*
of J. E. Cartledge Justice of the ishhi iitm aNt a cartage el red wits MM Lola ....... Dr. B. r. Caffla wUI lead the: "

peace.. They left Immediately 81\ awn Sept. :Meeting e* W. M. V. discussion.' .I.ater. questions from UNIVERSITY CLCfe .
a wedding trip that brought them i Mn. Bryan, wko was bm In cLn:1u. ,those not In the round table will TO MEET SEPT. 11 I

to Homestead: Sunday night for, Sanford, came to Banwstea4 with Sept :3 Business meetinj-e ,be anawiec4- I The- University Club will hold '
a visit with the' bride1 father bet father from Tampa tout yean Women's Society: of Quriitlan S..- I Because of the Labor Day hotWS Its tint slanting af the fall'season ;
They win leave Saturday: on their ago. She was graduated from vice in Homestead Methodiet I I..Wednesday. Sept..11, at the home ;
return to Clamson, when tIer: BtMMStead Hgh School In 1938 Church at I p. m. '! tUUIMNI KEPSEMILnoleoED of Mrs W. a. Bird, announces the ,
will mate their home. I and attended WaUrept Beauty president Mri. B..M. Rlndman.
School Greenville. Sept. -Meeting of 1ac:0fIa1Auxillal'T. ON ANNivnM
Mr. and Mrs. Torn Joyce of t
MIES Eleanor Kendrick who ti
Creenweedl l were the only attend- lit Bryan a see el W C. Bryan JOT PETERS OBSERVES ,.
Sept. t-Meetln& of Homestead making: her home with her broth-
anU. 't of Fairfax. S. c., to a ntwe of ,RINTll ANNIVERSARY
B. P. W. C at I p> m. for roundtable er-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs j
At the einmony ht G.-woo41 thai italfc He was graduated Miss Annette Campbell lave a
on national campaign Issues W. B. Wills, was honored yesterday -
the bride wore a soldier blue ia 1t31 from Clemson College JUly Tuesday afternoons at the ,:,
*BuaiiMM ot on her birthday anniversarywith '
wool drew fashioned with bag, when he was a member ef Mu Sept meeting I home of her parent. Mr. and Mr*.
luncheon Mri.
a given by
Junior Woman'i Club
rather full sleeves and a small Bata Psi, honorary music fraternity A. J. Campbell, to observance' of
Mills at
roll collar. The dreu buttoned I and he was a member ef the Sept. 11-Meeting of UniversityClub ; their home on Kings the ninth birthday anniversary of

with silver buttons down the front college concert band for two years with Mn. W. R. Bird. HighwayFollowing her niece, Joy Peters. I

and a halt-belt of the lame material I He ii connected with the South Sept. Woodman Circle meet- luncheon the group Games were played and candy I
was tied In a loose knot In Carolina extension service of the lag with Mrs. Florence PacettI. ,spent the afternoon playing bridge favors were given Ice cream and
front. She wore a smell blue hat I'department' of agriculture. Sept. -Luncheon meeting of ind ether card fumes cake and punch were served [I
Homestead B. P. W. C. Covers were laid for: Miss Alta Guests were Barbara Jean
Webster, Mm Nina Pearl Bush Horne, Connie and Claudia Camp
WEDS FRED KCFELDT HONORED Sept 23-Meeting of Gleaners
M lines Edna Nelle and Betty Rich bell, Louise Williams, Betty Gatlin,
MISS MARION Miss Elizabeth Skill Miss Jean Lou
ards Betty Perryman, Betty
Friends of Charles Eunice son Fred Kufeldt was honored on Sept 23-Jennie Lobdell Circle I Virginia Frick, Miss Carlotta Ames I Geiger, Paul Kemp and Pat Boat-f
.. if Mr and Mrs J. D. Eunice of his birthday anniversary, Thursday meeting with Mrs A. M. Logan and Miss Kendrick. ,wright, Jr
Homestead, learned this week of I of last week with a surprise Sept. 28-Meeting of Book ClubIn
hla marriage on Aug 13 In Clearwater I party given In the evening by library at 8 p. m.
to Mm Marion Medrith of Mrs Kufeldt at their tome on
: St Petersburg The ceremony Red land road. MRS. D. E. B\SIIOR GIVES i
took place at the home of John I The evening was spent In playIng BRIDGE PARTY

r Blown county clerk card games Cake, lee cream Mrs D. E Bashor or Goulds en-

Before coming to Homesteadthree and grape juice were served. tertained with a bridge party at 1W
with hit Guests were: Mr. and Mrs Gotch 11
yean ago parents her home Monday afternoon Mrs Z
Mr Eunice lived In Valdosta, Ca, I Kufeldt Mr. and Mn. M. A. Baker Louise Martin was high score prizewinner
where he was born and educated. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Reply, Mrs and Mrs. J. H Brooks 3 p Girlf s tr
They will make their home In C. R. Singleton, Misses Mary and was i winner of low score prize. 9. 4e ,
St. Petersburg where Mr. Eunice Emily Engle, Robert Cast, David Pie and coffee were served.

li employed as a mechanic and I and Carl Fredrlcks and Irving Those present were: Mrs. Brown 1 6... REX

Mn Eunice la a bookkeeper In Loaner. Phillips, Mrs. Tom Chapman, Mrs

the Sean, Roebuck itore. J. B. Cash, Mrs Frank Hathaway,
MISS JEANETTE Mrs. Brooks and Mri.
GIVEN Sl'RPRISE PARTY Book ot Psalms was studied

) Mill jeanette Campbell was lur- by members of the Jennie Lob- Curtis Lee had as luncheon Make *. most tt VW
dell Circle of the Woman Christian of last week stand Yw s.s If you m*
guests on Thursday
her birthdayanniversary
1 pried on Society of Service of the eb M. macernenl.C.ns.lsd Ctrl Nam. Beauty ANI.
Mn. Jos. S. Morris'of Coral Gables sprint
wila party given Com lit today ...4 M
Homestead Methodist Church last state and too M
and Misses and Jean '
r Saturday evening at the home of Monday night at the home of Mist Betty Ca. Rogersof 'I shut .11.,Sq..,. list with give vw a 4IIItetI.
Mm Constance Hunter In Florida Lobdell. Waycross, I 96141 "IIih. I...,. black ee'press' ef what Cv NWM t** ly
i City. : The next meeting will be held D.p.dable. time aids : Dancing. was enjoyed during the hove a ivmplat* line for
on Sept. 23 at the home of Mn
evening and punch and cake were A. M. Logan. yew lmp..Mi>.. any .1,..6you'll
be both plaw.a and
f' served Those Mri. Paul (
present were: v vTf1E
: Mr and twpeird.
Others present were
Reynolds, Mrs Lloyd Field, Mri. U
Ruff Mrs. T. J. PeoouetSymbol
Mn ,
Fielding Jason Avery, Mrs. Bruce Ennls, slash STORE
Walker, Miss Annette Campbell, Mr*. Dan Williams, Mrs. Joel J.
Miss Kathleen Freeman, Miss Ed-
Robinson, Mrs. Logan, Mrs B! M.
na Forte, Mm Nina Bullard, Mils
Hindman and Mm Lobdell. SPECIALCOMSINA
Jane Gatlin, Miss Louise Pacettl, WATER
t. Mm Jackie Johnson at Miami Circle One of the W. M. U of the !
Mm Helen Thompson, Miss Eunice First Baptist Church will meet BOTTLE

Lewis, Mua Phyllis Jensen, Fred Tuesday afternoon Instead of on
Borgardt, Richard Matlson. Walker Monday, because of the Labor Day lBEat.lt Coot one two, of FULL TINTMilk '"a. t

Miller, Fred Chapman, DanielKeill. holiday The meeting will be at this 1011.11 price.mostMd.&P.e Maw it

Roy Campbell, Roy Martin, the home of Mrs. Charles Martin. 89C Magnesia.

Martin Bishop, John Barker, Sid Circle Three wilt meet with! Mrs Deep,\lasting wane olnqulaltl iii 3 Ru.r1 wwSYRINGE
ney Kendrick, Irving Myrlck Lll- W. T. McConnell at 3:30 Tuesday Theimique, the saidtigo/36 T.bfttl
burn and Bert Nixon, James Forte afternoon. beaQ'method 1 1 t Cool, i
and Charles Sullivan. Circle Five of the W. M. U. of safe comfortable I lien- ..118h riosoInuon saUeo a YH sea beep the l Basil i*
so ...... Got home ft sarry UK tablets
the First Baptist Church of Homestead U.log i I end -" 98' with More fw
BOOK CLUB WILL will meet Tuesday afternoonat you. your
MEET SEPT. IJ the home of Mrs. A. E. Paul. tJhVl money
The book "Wild Geese Calling" I 1iiquLAIM Sym6oCombination now w Zeta ntwrn43c

by Steward Edward White will be WATER BOTTLE
reviewed at 'he September meeting $ A
of the Lily Bow Book Club I I "J SYRINGE eDIXIE
1 Oil Marhlnelest rMIvs
The meeting will be held in the

municipal library Sept. 25, at 8 I .... 24.11 N. III Permanent Haves

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]i ::1 Social !EventsMISS I son Stanley Austin JEXtER enlisted Jenner of Homestead In IN,the IOn MARINES United of :Mrs,' who States, Wil-recently i CLASSIiiEDADS1! insertions _I

Marine Corps left Monday for RATE First Insertion 10* line; subsequent

Quantico.training Va. to After begin six his weeks preliminary I '. 8tf a line

there he will bo transferred to FOR SALECorner lot and fur-
another marine Instruction station nished house Florida City

I OF JOSEPH BENSON IN MIAMI CEREMONY FOR RENT-6-room house 2 bedrooms $500-$250 cash, $39 per mo j
C. NOTICE OF APPLICATION furnished throughout 8% Interest, payable ttmi-nn-
Mills Ruth Peterson Henry; Benson of Princeton, where FOR TAX DEED Reasonable rent. Apply H. C. nually.

I Ion.nth of the Rev. and Mrs. Noah Pelei- he was born. Ha is a graduateof Chapter 17437-Act* of 1935 Nichols, 30 N. W. 8 at. (a23). House in Florida City, $1800-
. 'son of Homestead, became the Redland High School and U File A-4106 $250 cash, $29 per mo.; 6%; Interest *

The bride of Joseph Benson of Prince- employed in the produce businessof Notice is hereby given that H. L. APARTMENT In Hausman build- payable Bemi-nnnually

,een ton In a quiet ceremony performed J. E. Campbell at Princeton Uittlrjohn, holder of state and ing, Krome ave. Phone 20 for Hour In Homestead, (2.000--$290
Saturday noon in the parsonageof The newly-married couple are county Tax Certificate No. 92S, issued particulars cash, $29 per mo; 69n interest
iced the Central Church of the Nazarene living In the Chambers apartmentsat the third day of August, A. D. payable semi-annually.

.ed. In Miami by its pastor, the Princeton. 1936, has filed same in my office FURNISHED HOUSE, modern Benjamin W. Morris

Rev. James Browne and has made application for a conveniences, within 1 mile of Registered Real Estate Broker

The bride wore a street length HENRY OLSON, JR, Gin: tax deed to be issued thereon. Said Homestead $15 per month N. Krome Ave., Homestead

dress of jerseY' with a navy blue BIRTHDAY PARTY Certificate embraces the follow Brooks, Ine (e9-tO Will)

hole skirt that buttoned to a white Henry Olson, Jr., was given a ing described property In the

lion blouse and a navy blue bolero party in observance of his third County of Dade, State of Florida, FOR RENT- FURNISHED APT., I FOR SALE Tropical plants, cI&-

<>me with elbow-length sleeves with birthday anniversary Saturday afternoon to wit: all-electric: preferably by year rue trees and troplcac fruit in

then. white cuffs Her accessories were by his mother at the Ol Lot 1, Block 1, Lualeah, a Reasonable rent Mrs Eva Collins .I Season Juggle Grove, Redland

white. home on West Mowry street Sub., Plat Book 19, Page 66, Biscayne Dr. and Federal ,I. road and Flummeu drive.
lson afternoon in the County of Dade, State Highway, t miles above Homestead -
The bride's twin sister, Rose, was spent In play I
and another sister, Elizabeth!!, were Ing games, and favors of candy of Florida. at Modello. (aS-tf) WANTED

the only attendants. Miss Rose were given Ice cream and cake under The assessment of said property FOR RE1v1-store at 1111 N. Krome I
ea the said certificate Issued
Peterson wore a black and white were served Ave. Apply Mrs Eve Collins, Fed WANTED-Second hand Ice box
thefrs. was In the name of: Mrs O LMinert .
checked ensemble with green accessaries Small guests were: Carol, Lou eral Highway and Biscayne Drive, BO lb. capacity, good condition
and Miss Elizabeth ise and Billy Allan, Wanita add : 2 miles Above Homete y26-U W. W. Severy, care Redds Dry
OJ of Unless said certificate shall be I
Peterson wore blue with white Carl Smith, Elaine and Angetyn I Cleaners. (aJ3-tfGUAVASIf .)
y of accessories Bussey, Ann and Wanita DeBerry, redeemed according to law, the RENT t'0UJHOUSEfurnfllMtl

Mrs. Benson wail born In Homestead Brian Wynn, Coy Lou Orermell, property described therein win be or unfurnished. I have yea 1 you have guavas for
..ndyand and she attended the Homestead Betty Chandler, Bernard and Nor. sold to the highest bidder at the 'round client Benjamin W. sale suitable for Jelly, malt postcard

schools Her father ,H pastor bert Clements, Carol Roberts Court house door on the first Monday Morris, registered real estate i and we will see you Sun-

Of the Goulds Baptist Church. Mary and Helen Bondurant of In the month of October, 1940, broker, N. Krome ave., next to Rayed Fruit, 2052 N. W, 2nd

lean. Mr Benson is the son of Mr. and Miami, and Bethany Blumer of which Is the 7th day of October, Baptist Church. (JulBtf) I ave., Miami. i8)
mp.tlin : Miami 1940. I
Dated this 20th day of August, FOR RENT-Apartments. Sum- TUTORING WANTED high

Lou CLEANERS CLASS PRESENTS MRS. LLRIC FREE CUES 1940. mer ratea Benj. W. Morris,, school and grade school subject

oat. PRESIDENT: WITH GIFT PARTY FOR DAUGHTER E. B. LEATHERMAN, registered real estate broker Mrs. H. J Armstrong A. B.

| Mrs. Henry Olson, president of Clerk of Circuit Court, Plummer drive and Country
-I I the Gleaners Class of the First Martha Rose Free was given a Dade County, Floiida FOR SALE Club roadCLEAN .

I: Baptist Church of Homestead was party Tuesday by her mother Mrs. Circuit Court Seal
Ulric Free, in observance of her FOR PEACOCKS big or small. RAGS WANTED Will
with gift at
presented a a meetingof By N. C. STERRETT, D. C.
the class Monday at the homeof third birthday anniversary. The (Aug 23, 30 Sept t, 13-1940). young or old see Maurice exchange subscription or advertising -
Mrs. W W. Allan, when Mrs afternoon was spent in playing Peacock Lodge Rcdland Whltl"1) I Tor clean rags LeaderEnterprise. -
games and taking snapshots of the IN COUNTY JtnrKd: KURT .
Dexter Horne, Mrs. M. A. Murphyand DAUB 101 NTV. FLORIDA RARE TROPICAL

Mrs Allan were hostesses.Mrs. Children No. 10IBS sale cheap Mm H H Fwlng fendant. and that the defendant land "'"
W B. Caves, Jr.. Mrs. Mur- Small guests were: J. Lee Smith 'RE FSTATE OF JFNN1B.. I 15 N. E. 8th it. Homestead above the nee of t_..tnt. can
Jr., Pat BontwrlKht Jr. Gloria I' 8FHRINQ DrrraurdNOTKK It la. therefore. nrdired. thai ,'h. Hid
phy and Mrs Horne
were ap- OK INTENTION TO MAKE (aI8m. Don.reeldent defendant. I*, and she li
pointed a committee to plan asocial Ann Sullivan Billy, Louise and iI" APPLICATION FOR FINAl. hereby refl ilred to appear 'n the 11111 ofC..pl.tnt
Carol Allan Junior and Dorothy DISCHARGER filed In said reuse on or befir. -
meeting to be held in the ,itlfe li hereby given that I haw filed CYPRESS WATER TANK AND Monday. the Tlh day iif (........., A
'near future Lowler, Ann Benson Margaret I mr final) it-port and petition' for FinalDWItetwe tower for sale cheap, Sunset Fil- D. 11411. otherwrw the aHenllniHi' nf laid

,. :The next meeting will be held Sullivan, Violet McLaughlin, Fred- I the Mtate ai uf Admlnletratrlx Jennie Stbrlnv C. T diYeaffMand A of. ling Station Huinhn dr. and Rill will....be taken M eonfeaeed by ...Iddel..d.

on Sept 23. die Cannington and Wanita Doub- that on the loth day of f'ft, 1940.,: Naranja rd. (Paso It la further .......... that thll order
Others present besides those erly Grown-ups present were: 1 will apply lo the Honorable w. FBlinton b. published onto a week for four rwmeafutlv.
I Louise Count Judge of lade County' IN TRW CIRCUIT COURT or Tax: weekIn The Leader.Knterprlaenewapaper : a
Mrs. Cannington Mrs. J.
mentioned were: Mrs. James Roberta I Florida. for approval of sold report and KIKVRNTH: : JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN published l In sold County and
Mrs. C. H. Denby, Mrs. Labon I Lee Smith, Mrs. Pat Boatwright, for final dlecham .. Admlnlftratrl (J. T. AND FOR DADE (OINTr, FLORIDA Bl le.
Mts. Elmer Sullivan, Mrs. W. W. A. of the Mtlt. of Jennie, Setting dr. IN CHAIfKBT: NO ..ftS, | ; led this Sth day et Au est. A D..
Bishop, Jr., Mrs. Harry Brown, tt, sealed.This. CITY OK HOMESTEAD a municipal farpnratloit t0N
Mrs A. A. Bussey, Mrs. J. Lee Allan, Mrs. Roy Lowler, Mrs. NOr- Ithe Set of A.."", 1>(oBrRTRlinit .( tile S(_ of Florid. ... R *. LKATftK.flM4ft:
Smith, Mrs. VafmW' Lee Harris man Benson Mrs. W. L. Cham- Admlnunratrla T.: C. WARREN... cafe Clerk of Circuit Court
C. A. of the ... Circuit Court .
rd.j (
Mrs. S. W Clements of Chicago, bers, Mrs Donald Sullivan, Mrs.H. tale of Jennie .....I.s. Dee'dAur JOffN H mtERRAX. ANNIE It of; a. H. RICH, JRDepr .
S. L McLaughlin and Mrs Free. ( K il 10. Septet) Individually null X; yaerntrl) at : ; > Clerk.
'Mrs. L. West, Mrs. A. I,. Lanier tate of EDWIN W. HrlKK direaerdTHFOOOHIJS IRA C. HAYCOCK
and Mrs. Harry Schauberger. BAILEY and HOARD OF (A... I*. SI. SO. Sept 4. 10))
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Brantley and Cuts hi air office. and nee Cede. _llraWon COMMISSION OP THE rVtR Solicitor for CoraplalaaatDo
for let deed to nmie thereon In aotordaiM CLADKB
WOO :\IAN CIRCLE son, Charles, were dinner guests with ..... said ....H..".. em eorporatlnn DRAINAGE. Defendant DISTRICTYainaee *. a -- --- - - - -
of Mr. and Mrs J. R. Hilson in braces the following, : described. propene.sitwted BILL TO FORECLOSE TAX SALE
WORK In Dade County. Florida. to-wlti CERTIFICATES TOUT eyes are u
Charity work which the Royal Princeton Sunday. Lot IT. Dlk. Plat Book B. Para 41. In the Countyof
appearing by affidavit filed
In the
Poinciana Grove, Woodman Cir- Florida I tested lout each
D.de State of Ibm entitled cause that Annie E. PtekeInrtl.ldu.llr at once year
The will
cle, can do in this district was Episcopal Auxiliary The aueMnient of said property under end .. Eirrulrlt at the Relate
hold a covered dish luncheon at the Bald I rertlflrat. Issues was In the nameof I of Kdwln W rl.ke. rbmnuH defendants
discussed P. ARCHER
at a meeting of the circle Hneark DR. F.
D. W. Unless said eertlfleat. .
therein named I. reeldent ftf
the home of Mrs. W. R. Bird a Ann the
{: Thursday of last week at the home shall be redeemed areordlnc to law] But of Florl..le. and that the renlHenee of
j of Mrs J T Martin Friday, Srpt <. at 12 o'clock. tat deed will blue thereon on the 4th day !the said defendant .. particularlyto .. AND SON
of September. A. D. 110 ,
known to affiant U ai foil..., lIB W.
Mrs: W D Coker, president, NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR Dated this lint. day of July A. D 1110E Beernid Street' Mount Vernon, Hew York Consulting Optometrists
TAX DEEP H LKATHFRMANClerk that there U In ofrlorlde
V announced that Miss Abbie Hol- no person the state
File No 'S70 of Circuit court: the service of a ..m..... In rhan 1S)4 W. flasher St, Miami Fta
den of Jacksonville, state manager Notice I. hereby .Iv.n that C. W, Nil-, Bad. County, FloridaCl I story upon whom would bind the said d<-
and Mrs. Katherine Richardson ..n. holder of BUM end emntr te* Mr.tlflrate f 1l cow RVelBy C gTFRRETT D. Etao E..I...-.Lon_ Ground
numbered 7581 Oiled the and day
of Coconut Grove, district of Julr A. D. 1994 has filed Mid eertlll. (Au*. S. t. l IS KUID4A. ) C'i Glossas 1 Repaired
manager, will attend the next -" - Directors of Th. Amrrlrsn InelltuaSrhenl
Funeral Rome
"---- -- -' for Optle"M
meeting on Sept. 12 at the homeof 1'--- :

Mrs. Florence Pacetti. j' AMBULANCE SERVICE

by Punch the hostess and cookies were served I Lady Attendant .1

hone "'-R Homestead Fla
Those L.
present were: Mrs. R. NEWT. G. BALL
Godwin, Mrs. John Curl MM ATTENTIONDADE --- I

4p 1 Clara Thompson, Mrs. Coker, )Irs.
Pacetti and Mrs. Martin NOTARY PUBLIC

monthly business meeting of
the Women Society of Christian Fire Insurance and

Service of the Homestead Meth- i Refrigeration Service

odist Church will be held Tuesday Vegetable Growers Kindred Lines

Sept. S. at 3 p. m. In the church. ElectricalContracting

lei! GARLIC Help FightHymjuiColonBaejarh S3 N. Krome Ave.

Our Southeastern divisional office at Kendall I CAVES BLPG :

fated .::::. Matter in yoar some ::ft. I
basing yea and Marina dletreailnf !, Florida, will remain open throughoutthe HOMESTEAD PHONE 534 iI i 'iZ.FII..z.:
Kjdajhe. aad dtaalMe Try DBARBORN
'I IvDm edorlen G.rMe Tablet Com hi slimmer for the benefit of those growers I
TnTlf j Ml get a FRED rW aaekwe
at Dixie Drag. who might be Interested in discussing with
far .. I
us their 1940-1911( marketing problems, FOR QUICK WRECKER SERVICE


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'SELEVISION1 SEEN of citrus America county, and of the United State 1111111111IIIIIIIIIillllllllllllllllllllllNl111111IINilill( ( (( ilffiIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIQiIIII(({! ( ( ( ( ( I(1(11IllllilllllIIIIIIII( ( ( { {{{ ,

'Whereas' faulty distributionand
WAY' TO EXPAND inefficient selling, rather than
overproduction, Is the obvious
cause of inadequate returns, and
CITRUS MARKET Whereas, there has been pre- InKiRNKLIN'sYES
sented to the growers,shippers and
canners of citrus fruits and citrus
Winter Haven, Aug. 29 (FNS).- products, the opportunity of securing -
Interest li steadily Increasing inSelevlalon a selling system which bids fair
," the new f.o.b. planof i Ito I expand markets manyfold, to i WE'RE REMODELING I 11! Don't be surprised if you see the whole c
marketing presented by H. A.i I ,enormously to Insure on against selling red-Ink expense gang in here nights or holidays for a while; but we believe our efforts =
will make shopping pleasure. So in often and notice the c
Stockfeld. I returns, and to assure prosperity your ; a come
Following an explanation of the and plenty to harassed citrus producers rapid changes.
plan before the local Realtors I of Florida,
I "Therefore, be It resolved by the H Pillsbury's Best
Board I resolution was adopted
Winter Haven Board of Realtors
expressing the belief that "Sele- I as an organization vitally Involved 20 lb. _
vtfion" should be adopted by the with the welfare of the citrus In- FLOUR 71c _
citrus industry as a universal dustry in all its departments, after
extended consideration bag.
method of selling citrus fruits and careful and -
: it Is the sense of the organization -
products. that 'Selevlsion should be Factory Packed Rich CreamySpry Miracle
; Fly means of"Selcvlslon", Stock- adopted by the citrus Industry as
feld pointed out, all auction markets a universal method of selling citrus
In the: nation which are part of fruit and products and that this Sugarsib. SALAD DRESSING
the system, would be able to bid should ee done without delay.. "
fruit offered for idle at
on any --- ---
parking bouse In Florida, Texasor Lakeland city commissioners ... .... 24c,3-lb., can ...49c Quart :.....29c
California. have made $60,000 available to
Stockfeld then gave a most interesting speed up work in connection with _= Serve with Fresh Peaches
demonstration of the ma- .akeland's new Army Cadet Fly-
diine which combines light, teleg- ng School at municipal airport.
4phy and sound and would rcgls- Training ll scheduled to begin N.B.C. Shredded Wheat -L 194
r tai bids. simultaneously In all auctions Sept. 15.
The new system Is radically -
different from any method now '
employed and would revolutionize .Leonard,. W.. Haskln. = Maxwell House Cobbler
; the marketing of citrus fruits ituniversally In II, E..In.tbt.Ittlne .
adopted, It Is believed. rDr.I / Mil R.p.lrlnt .1GLASSES Potatoes i
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The resolution adopted by the 1
r' TEA lb.
( Realtors group l Is as follows: I!I N. r. tin BU MI..I. PI*. / 25c 10 lb 18cl
"Whereas: ,citrus is the very life-' t..pl..I Air C.ndltlend = ... .....
Convenient Terms
t blood of Imperial Polk, the leading

Heinz Onions

KETCHUP, Ig. bottle . 18c 31b. .. .... .i2cm
i :. '
Crisp IcebergLettuce

I \ ,OXYDO 21c 9c

2 heads ... .17c

'. '-- / I 1VU SW Large IOC FancyCELERY =

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{ :. 1 VOliditA_ HOME CAMAY Btawfifsl w.rsse for 3 17C Bunch .lOc B

1 { l.mC Thompson SeedlessGrapes

i \fJvvtJmueaJ P 20 alrmvnt/ I If = Prunes Sunsweet ilb. 19c -

With One of 2Ib. 13c =

f 3 Greenwich Inn Fancy CookingTipples =

Our New Construction iPure Preserves 2 lb. jar 29c

5Ib .... ..24c
it Loans
Sirloin orTBONE
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: You can build an attractive home that can I _
be paid on convenient terms to suit YOUR in. Dexter SlicedBacon

come. I lb. 23cBy

.I 1. .; A small down payment. (Equity in the Fresh Shipment

building lot will be acceptable.) Monthly
pay. cou"'dlo is;r;I
ments on some loans are as low as $20. 60 Roll Butter lb. 33c EA

Would you like to see some of the homesin 1 FROM THIS PRODUCTS
and around Homestead built through our Fresh S

glad to drive you around to them. Phone for | MILK 3 2L 21c Boned and Rolled

r an appointment at your convenience. I GOLD MEDALa Veal Roast H> 29c

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BROOKERLumber = . 2 Pkf. 25cWHEATIE.2k..25c Georgia g
Smoked Bacon lbe Iocs
Cake ,
SOFTASLK; ,ago 27c

Local Fresh Dressed ||

Company FRYERS lb 35c
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, HOMESTEAD PHONE 62 -- BISQUICK .1g. 3c FAT HENS, lb ...... ....30c |

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