The leader-enterprise

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The leader-enterprise
Uniform Title:
Leader-enterprise (Homestead, Fla.)
Portion of title:
Leader enterprise
Place of Publication:
Homestead Fla
South Dade Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
January 20, 1939
Publication Date:


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
25.471189 x -80.468122


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).

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University of Florida
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I Against Law -to Sell Grapefruit I

: .. For Less Than! 32 Cents Nowr I


. : Prospects Bright EMERGENCY DEMANDS 1935


PRICES FIRM Arrest of Two With Taking.Ways Nips STATUTE BE INVOKED; SAYS

a Thievery of Epidemic i ProportionsTwo II


TOTHCARLOTS ;young men who had taking| two pocket knives and a raincoat
ways: to the extent of two bicycles. taken from It.

an adding machine an outboard The outboard motor belonging THE WEATHER Declared Minimum Seen
motor, a sweater, a physician'sforceps to Donald Parker, South Allapattah -
: oeae.ltae........of ate a.M..k.tas.d..ea As Peg for U S. Sur-
raincoat knives Garden station
IN 3RD WEEK flashlight filling and ....... 11-
and ether sundry articles, will face store operator, was taken Saturday r-1[| plus Purchases

Judge Ben Willard In Dad County a* was also a bicycle; from Deft 1, ..D. anw. ... f "
Field Crate Holds criminal court Monday morning the residence of Mr. Annie Johnsof Jan. 13 .". I 185 !I, 91 ,CITRUS PACT GIVEN
a as Jan. It.... I II |188 211.114
and learn how much of their time South Allapattah Gardens. On FEDERAL APPROVAL
Trucks Bid for Cash 'Jam U ... I 79 .0' I
the law will take. a call from Mr. Parker Policeman |I 159
Purchases Norman Pint and Sylvester Doll- Jim Coker of Homestead was assigned Jan. ISv .I I 73 | III' son -

nor about 25 years old, came here to investigate the case. He Jam 17 ..,_ 7< I 147' 30.17 Would Rule Out Unprofitable -

: BEANS OTHER from Ohio several week" ago Inan learned enough to Justify the Issuance Jan. 18 'on._/ 64 I lit 3004 1 Grades and

PRODUCE: POLLING automobile with house ear trailer of a search warrant for Investigation Jan. 111 lit 30,81 .30 Sizes of FruitAt
attached. On the way down of tile house car, and al

they picked up a motor used to the missing article were fouoi SITE NEAR AIR midnight last night It became
Black Valentines $t5()- operate a power spraying machine, therein. 'unlawful In I'ItIrttfta. for the first

$1.65 While Tendergreens and after they got to South Alla- PIm pleaded guilty to stealing aB time in the history of the state to

Bring $1.35 Hamper pattah Gardens where they put the article before Justice of the PORT SOUGHT BY sell grapefruit below the cost of
_, their trailerpn IhQ looked Peace Sid L. Kendrick, but both production-fixed by the Florida
i around lot souvenir that he and Dollnar Insisted hat Doll-
With the South Dade tomato'industrp FESTIVAL HEAD Citrus Commission at 32 cent a
entering its third week 01, .might come in handy future. nar had nothing to do with any of box on the tree.
Thursday night of last, week the thefts. Dollnar was held for
volume shipping for the 1939 sees This action taken by the citrus
they became epidemic. Parking further investigation however and
holding well and Provided there commission under authority of a
ion prices are up '-is'it* objection
their car on N. W Second street both boy will go before Judge
indications are that there will be from the aviation division *f the ,139 law after it had declared antmerenq
near the telephone office one of Willard.
I' to exist In the Florida
no sharp falling off toon Inquiryat state road department the 1939
them entered the LeaderEnterprise
the various packing house oi Redland District Fruit Festival wID grapefruit Industry, was followedby
office through ait unlocked
the district revealed yesterday MOTORCADE be located on the southwest corner ,
door while ye editor was working TO 1 I
Two dollars to $2.29 a field crate of the municipal airport according Announcement Tuesday that the
In a room across the hallway and
and around$2 a lug for fancy stuff to t tentative agreement reached United State department of agriculture -
was the average reported. removed the adding machine. The TOUR POTATO j between George W. Turner, festival -I that tentative approval had
car of Bob Walser who live across been given to proposed market
manager, and the Homesteadcity a
Order received for printing of
the street, was opened and asweater
ing to regulate the shipments -
council at meeting Monday agreement
picker ticket brought out the
taken from It. bicycle FIELDS OF DADECentering of Florida citrus
fact that a few grower plan to night
belonging to Carl Frederick,son or 1
Announcement Tuesday by the
Pointing out that this small part :
start digging potato next week.
David Frederick, Sr was taken
I the Commodities Corp. at
of the diagonal rarely Surplus
A canvas at the large packinghouses runway was
from it*reclining position against a Interest 0,900-
upon Washington would begin Its FlorIda
used by planes now stationed at
however, showed that
tree on. the Friedrich lawn at N. acre potato plantings In this
area buying next Monday Jan. 23,
the local field Mr. Turner asked
Iargecal digging would not be
V. Second avenue and Secondstreet county officials will lead educa-
an r la to help dispose -
she a program designed
council for permission tit takeover
started for two weeks ;yet.
tional tour of the
farming section a small tract of approximately I of a portion of the record-
Other than beans and tomatoes, An automobile at the residenceof here on Thursday, Jan. 28, accordIng -
four breaking: crop.
acres, 200 feet In width
produce shipments are negligible, Dr. John B. Tower was next Charles H. Steffani, county with 800 feet bordering the- westside The 32-ccnt minimum for grapefruit .
a check of shipper ihowed. Wal- visited and the forceps, flashlight, agricultural agent of the airport Tentative established by the citrus commission -
ter Peterson at Princeton ha* been I This tour is an annual feature
consent was given and the matter under state law Is expected
. packing nothing but beans. Before sponsored by county' official in
is now being taken up with the to act as a peg for the government
the holiday till house was CHAIRS IN AISLE co-operation with the large potato state aviation authorities.The surplus commodity purchase price.
putting.out up to 350 hamper a growers of the Redlands and is
council also agreed to supply The federal government has agreedto
day and since then the average expected to attract a large delegation
NEEDED FOR P.T.A. free light and water to the spend 10000.000 In buying
has been 300 to 800 hamper a from an sections of the
and in the
main exhibition section of the festival oranges grapefruit nation -
Black Valentines have been Mr. Steffanl
day. county said.
as In former ;years, but will '* four major producing sections
bringing about $1.(5 a hamper The motorcade will .
JOINTMEETING converge at
charge all carnival concessions for for distribution to needy persons
with tendergreeo bringing $l.U. 10 a. m. at the home of J. M. Hol- federal relief
electricity and water collectable through agen
South Florida Potato Growers ferty, on AUapattah Gardens road dally cies. For each box of fruit boughtby

Association. Goulds, toll year Is The Joint meeting of the Homestead east of Princeton. Lunch will be A lengthy discussion the municipal the surplus commodities,the Industry -
experimenting with a bean department and Redland Parent Teacher served at the Holferty home by park WPA project ended must agree to withhold

while waiting for the potato associations In the Neva King the Ladle Auxiliary of the Homestead with the council's decision to con- from the market another box of

crop to mature. Since Dec. 15 D. Cooper School auditorium here Presbyterian Church. tinue the work, originally outlined fruit.

P. Blake, president, said, 8,500 last Friday night was so well attended Officials of government teed with the exception of a few item Local grapefruit growers had aU
I r I
hampers have been shipped 1,500 that extra chain had to be certification departments from which the city Is not prepared to ready stopped shipping and many
of which were gotten out last week. placed In the aisles to provide seats I northern and western potato-pro- finance at present.Continued are picking their fruit and lettingIt

Prices rang around $1.50 and for all. ducing states win assist Steffani ( On Page Four) He on the ground because of the
$U5, he said. The association A quiz contest between teams In demonstrating test seed plots Freight penalty suffered by Florida

(Continued On Page Four composed of five members each throughout the area from Gouldsto Dade Tag Sales Equal It would not have returned
from the two P. T A.'* resulted Florida CIty These plot are shipping charges, much less the

1 Redland and HILS. Play In a score of BOO to 700 In favor of designed, Steffani explained, to Next Counties' Total (Continued on Page Four)
the Homestead organization The test and produce potato seed best
:" '. In Local' Gym Trtiight questions, written out and handedIn suited to the Redland (..diaD.TII. Dad County sold more than
by pupils of the Homestead and motorcade win visit the potato 85.000 automobile license tag last Don't Ride Your Hobby

t. The basketball team of Homestead !Redland schools, were drawn tram block supervised by the county year, more than Duval, Hillsbor- Too Long, Lions Advised
and Redland high schools a box by Miss Eleanore Holferty agent's office in eo-operttion ough and PlneUas counties combined -
will play tonight in the Homestead With John Campbell Geulds tales total Wood, Dr. w. H.
program chairman, who acted: a* grower tag Hayes McMaster, professorof
school gym at 1.34 o'clock. lulz-master. Whenever a question and later, tine Subtropical Experiment Dade County tax collector, told religion at the University: of

L .' Redland lost to Riverside Military Called to get a correct answer from Station west of Home- the Homestead Rotary Club at l Itsweekly Miami, mad,a talk on "Hobbies"

Academy by a score of 34-31 a member of each team, it was stead. Wednesday noon luncheon at the meeting of the Redland District
in a clot*'game played Tuesdaynight submitted to the audience. The annual Redland District m Legion ball which he attended Lions Club In Silver Palm

oa the court in the Redland Clayton G.mber.and. Herbert Fruit Festival, scheduled for Feb. a* guest speaker. Accompanyinghim 'l'ueaclaYllllht. B:*said everybody;
gym. Smith pupils in the Homestead 27 through March 4, will feature was his chief clerk A J. should have a hebby-and that
In a game played last night at school, will be awarded prize for the red bliss potato for which this Gucker. very hobby should be changed

Redland, the Homestead junior laving handed in the only two section Is gaining fame Steffani Two new Rotarians were Introduced oc In a while.
high basketball team defeated the question that neither the quiz said. At that time a silver trophy t* the club- Wednesday State Senator Ernest Graham

Redland Junior high' team 11-7. team nor the audience could will be awarded by James Sottile. Ralph Wilson, manager el the Ka- of Pensuco will, be the speaker at
Redland will play Fort Lauderdale answer. Spirited but laughingand Sr. of South Dade Farms Inc. raaja Rock Co. and John B. lUath- next Tuesday's meeting of the

High at Redland Tuesday friendly rivalry on the part of i for the beat commercial display of irs, manager of South Florida club, according to Chat. Pratt program -
night j (Continued on Page Eight) I potatoes. I Srawera.: chairman.


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Page Two THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Frida. January 20. 1939 ,
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GROWERSBEAT'(Psychology Class Has ''COUNTY SURVEY Sir Wilfred Grenfell I Henry A. Wilkinson Dies l'!

I Only Two More Meetings I Visit-Ag. Station>, Here While on Visit Hen

EDISON DEL RAY;I Correction of faults and rating 1 TESTS GIVEN TO Sir Wilfred Grenfell, distinguished Henry Alfred Wilkinson 115. died .

'on character traits will be the Labrador medial mission! Wednesday night at the home of

LEAD ILS. LEAGUE theme of the last two meetings of STUDENTS HEREWith ary, and Dr. J. B. Park, profe..orl his cousin. Mrs Gussla Joined
the Homestead P. T. A. sponsored of agronomy at Ohio S e whom be and Mrs. Wilkinson were
I class In applied psychology' In the versity, accompanied by Mrs.I visiting while ha sought relief
The COnqu.-H;: 0 m e s tel d clinic room of Neva King Cooper tests In the morning testsIn Henry Whiting of Miami Springsand from I heart ailment. They came
Grower of H. H. S. defeated the 1 School at 7:30: on Jan. 24 and Jan. the afternoon and more tests to a group of friends, visited the I to Homestead 19 days ago from
powerful Edison High School best -1 SI, Dr. Nancy Meek Hain the Instructor come next week, the days of Subtropical Experiment Station' their home In Dawson, Ca.
kctbaU team Monday night In the announced Tuesday. Because Homestead school children have' Saturday morning.Sir I' The body was prepared for cr
local gym by a icon of IT-IS, and of demand, four additional been filled this week by a com- Wilfred Is known motion by Turner Funeral Homeof )
took Delray High In its stride In lessons were added to the course. bination of special tests which area far north for Ala humanitarianwork throughoutthe 1 this city, and the ashes will betaken

9 l another game her Tuesday night[ It Is hoped that all who have part of the county-wide survey the natives I to Dawson for funeral i aerv
y by I mop-up SCOT of 38-18. I I attended any of the lectures will program and reviews for mid-term bleak Ice among bound coasts of Labrador.along the Ices there Sunday.

er Homestead High now leading the be present at these last two meetings examinations to come next week. Aside from his work as a medical i In addition to his wife, Mr. W

entire eighth high school district Covering such subjects asI doctor in helping these natives klnson ls survived by a son, Henryl
I I mathematical reading: Alfred Jr., of Dawson and a]
In the game Monday night Edison accuracy i overcome the ravages of disease
was ahead 7-8 at the end of Band Plays I at Game 1 comprehension and speed, spelling,I I he has shown them the way to establish daughter, Mrs. Catherine W. Fa:
the tint quarter. Little made I historical and scientific Information -: burton of Baltimore, Md. Mn
i For First Time This YearI co-operative stores, sawmills -I
Lulu G. Oliver of
and knowledge of health, I Homestead and]
field goal and tied the score and I hospitals, and other means
: principles, the tests sent out by" A. V. Phillips of Redland are also]
a short while later made another I For the flt:: time this year, j of bettering their material lot I cousins of Mr. Wilkinson
the have been givento
that Homestead ahead. At the county survey
Homestead High School's band atitended I Comparing the few species of
half the score was 11-10 In Home.tead'i all grades from the second
basketball game as a plant life which are of economic
Mr. Webster"Pa
through the eighth. In the high
favor. ![I unit nda accompanied the student value In the far north with the what's excelsior"
school!, only the seniors are taking
Edison scored only one field goal, body in songs and yells when the the tests. I hundreds of tropical species that "Long sawdust, son."-Ex.
and a foul try In the last half, while, Growers played Miami Edison in are raised in the Redlands, Sir Wil-
the Growers sank two field shots the gym here Monday night |1In Results of the tests will be used ,I fred was deeply Impressed by the 11'1' TRK CIRCUIT COURT or TII 11ft
and two.foul throws. Little, who I The band played also at a pep a compilation Intended to indi- untouched agricultural possibilities DADK JUDICIAL COUNTY CIRCUIT FLORIDA PI AND FOR
seems to have returned to the' session In the high school patio cate strength and weaknesses of:.of South Florida IN CHANCERY. NO. Ilirs

brand of basketball of which he Is Monday afternoon. the Code county school proram.Lee'lJ Dr. Park is noted throughout RKtlBIN ORDER DAVIDOFF.OF PUBLICATION Plaintiff, ... IDA
capable, was high man with 9 I scientific A v loot'F. o.'... .nt. 1
circles In this
country TO IDA DAVIDOPF. ........ StnV
points. Garden, with points, was ORAL TESTS FOR PUBLIC. I Birthday Honored for his work In genetics and plant Brooklyn, Now York. <

Edison's high point player. I SPEAKING PUPILS At Assembly Thursday i breeding, particularly for his contributions .pMr You are t* hereby the Bill notified of Complaint and required for' did**
Coach Bieler used 12 men In the No extemporizing will avail students to the field of Improved (ore filed In the above *tried tame oa
game with Delray Tuesday nightWhen of the seventh and eighth I or before the Stb diy of February A. D.
Members of the United Daughters -I soy bean and corn varieties. He rest l otherwise the allnratlom of ....
the tint string men got, grade public speaking classes of of the Confederacy had chargeof Iii, also, associate editor of the I I bill will be takes aa ...,_ by pmt ,
lackadaisical and scored only one School when 1 This. order ihall b* Published out t
High they
a special assembly In honor of of Science. I week for four oonweutln, weeks I. th.Homitad .
point In the second quarter-although begin to take their mid-term examinations Loadr-KntrprlM, MW
the birthday of Robert E. Lee yesterday I a *>
.. .....
In Dado ,
the 18-9 for County Florida
score was this week. I I this
CERTinrATR or .
morning. CORPORATE Datwl loth day of DcBhBf A. D
Homestead at the,.0 half-Bleler, Under a new set-up, E. B. Blackburn -, Hayes Wood, Dade County tax DISSOLUTION I.*"*.
b" *** authority of the B. B. LIATHERMAN. j jH
pulled out four of them and sent Insubstitutes teacher, has decided to have collector, was the speaker. Btl''o NorMa"1: ; Clark Circuit Onset,
with the result that 13 oral examinations. Cot' .*c'r' Slnnly'm Tfc"** Presents Shall Pad County Florida."

points were added by the Growers t Seventh grade students are required -I LEGAL NOTICESNOTICE I This fr to carte, that. wit...... Mary J I (Circuit Court By 1001)M.)SWIFT Deputy C.....
In the third stanza and 8 In the to write out their talks before -. I lothleh, Miami Flu.. Una ....hkh. Miami. I CARR a CARR A. Uchk-h.. Miami ... did Solicitor. for Plaintiff. ,
fourth. I j delivering them to the class OF APPLICATION DRKDril FOR TAR I o. the nth day ol February I. D. 1MI Jan. S. II. 10 n. I'l').
Little garnered 9 of the Grower and eighth graders must outline y MT4I van UloM to of b* Incorporated,.... ...r the pro.I i
Chapter .11< Law
I of
points, with James Sullivan a close I their speeches in addition to writ- Notice' b hereby, tin* that Stewart sadEleanor I AnA of I8SS. LBCHICH FLOWERS Florida I I
: Jensen holder as wianes of
second with 8. I ing them.1SPACING. ClIP al Hialeah. Tax'..... Numbered J 1 plan INO., of 1 .business corporation .with its principal
Miami Dad.
i I 60, tinted tho 4th day of July A. D. IMS County I
In the Slat of floridA. and ..h._.
I the
ho flkd laid Cvtlflcat la my ffl.*.
s' 14 New Pupils Register AND MARGINS mad apnllcttlo. for tan dead to I..$ the roper Itlh rriem day of of March luck corporation A. D. KM.did cause o. Tropical CafeS
llwmin In aroordan with law. said
ENGROSS TYPING PUPILS to be filed la the offlc. of the I
At Cooper ElementaryFourteen Certificate sob,.,.* the following onerlbMl Itomary of
f/ State of the Slat of Florida, a duly
Intricacies of mechanical spacing ,property to-wtt, situated In Dad e."IP.FIo.Ida. authratlralod Molutloa adapted kr the doon north of city hall

new students began and the charm of white margins -.I Lot 19. aleck I 10. RI.I... Original' Chapter stockholders IOOM under, Lows the of pnnUlon of said. HOMESTEAD. FLORIDA
have been absorbing the Interest T..I. I. the City of 1l1O.h, County Florida. Aota of.
IMS. .howln the dissolution
the new year by entering Neva 1 0' Dad. Sub 01 Florida.The at such cor.oration
King Cooper elementary school of the 40 members of the t MMMmont of Mid property undertr fled tho., th the* secretary.....,.....of".. offulowis wtl....*.. Regular dinner ...... 50c
first year typing class taught by Crtlfleal honed wu I. the nan of .here
complied with.
since the holidays.; Mrs. Ruth Scott. I Unknown.Unlw .*aU Certificates U Mdrn.d .I IN WITNESS WHEREOF I haw h... Plate lunch _........... 35c
First and fourth grades each : ::: Ma "set my hand and have affixed the
7 acourdlnr to law u will Imes
added two students to their rolls As a part of the typing exercisesthe thr.woa ; Great Sal of the State of Florkl' at Tnl-
: on the ties day at January A. D. .....,
i the Capital. this the lath day *f Miss Bulb Sleffanl and Mrs.
{ been the IP' : .
class has studying arrangement ..
Genevieve Smith and Anita Du- ry. A. D. 1939.
I led this 18th day of December, A. D. Florence Kercido Props
Bose, In the first grade, and Billy of poems and special, 1918. I I SEAL I .. A. CRAY, Secretary of State.I I
DuBose and Donnie Lance in the form typing on a page. Additional E R I.EATHF.RNAN. : II... 10.)
| Clark ol Clmlt Court
fourth. work II being done by some students Dad Count/, Florida
Al John Dennis In the making of typed out,i (C......" Court Real)
y Taylor Taylor, I Fly N. o STtRRrrr. D. c
Burman and Bill McCready are lines. 1 I __ __ (Dw Id. Jan. (. II. io. IT).
new students for the sixth grade. The complete business letter and Interest Is Keen in
The .thlrd grade led with the styles of business letter forms will
s highest number of students entering be studied by the class after the
since It has drawn five of the beginning of the second semester

entrants. They ,are Bobby Du
Bose, Mary Alma LaPorte, Jerry Gob-Last night I had an awful
1 CantreU Pauline Smith, and Jeanette pain in my arms. Borne AcresSince

ill Taylor Ditto-Who was she?-Ex

g l lr

Our Announcement Last Week
New Seeds for Fall


andWinter r

Get Your 2-Acre Homesite While

r CropsWe

Choice Locations Are AvailableWe

have: a new supply of
Your car att

We are going to sell out 120 acres in approximately -

Simons Stokes and Landreths its 2-acre tracts. Some of these are

located on oiled roads, others are, or will be, on

TOMATO, SQUASH, PEPPERand gravel roads. Electric light lines will be ex-
You think of
than ever before more when yourcar you tended to any house built on these tracts. We

other Truck Crop Seeds tram the' Amoco wa,.More believe there will be available money to build a

snap the and motor.sparkle Let, lets us wra put home to suit your needs. This close-in tract is

See Us Before Buying Amoco-Oas la the tank bounded by Eighth Street, Kings Highway,

Amoco Motor Oil In the crank- Tennessee Road and Farm Life Road.
cow Notice bow much more
REDLAND BRAND FERTILIZERS FOR ALL qMletlvandomoothlyihtnifttt
Amoca-Q la not merely gasoline See Air. Morris for prices


LIMES motor kind of fuel.ass ice You'll we five like goad the Henry Behrens Benj. W. Morris

too. Come. and see ...
t Registered Broker Sales ManagerNext

Florida East Coast Fertilizer Co. W.\ P. CASH'S U Baptist Ctmrch', N. Kreme Av.w Homestead

FRANK BRUEMGR.: Service Station

MFRS. RED LAND BRAND FERTILIZER! Racier. An. Homestead All licensed brokers protected. Bring in your



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19,JB Friday;.January 20,19Z. .' .THB 7J-ADER'. ENTERPRISE Page Three

leg Plan for :Minimum of 40,000 VisitorsAt rett, and those on the negative side lock Park, Billy Difgle from New
Redland RattlerBy York and William Edentleld from
:r I I were Captain Neva Lett. Suzy
Fruit Festival Here Next MonthWith Emily Engel and taNelle Refers Leggett,Jessie Anderson and Mary Homestead.We .
died "'---,- Jane Turner. The Judges Miss d
plan underway for special acquaint themselves with the rules In the assembly program last Bixler. Mr. Snyder and Mr. Trotter hope that everyone will com
doer deleaUon.lrom the lions and*governing the festival Friday morning the devotional -decided: that the best speaker to see the game tonight between I''
Neva Lott, the next best Redland and Homestead at theHomestead
Were clubs was ,
Rotary southeastern FlorIda "The
prime Incentive to giving:
exercises led
ellet ai well .* the state and garden I an exhibition of this nature," Mr.I were by Marjorie speaker was Madeline Odom, and gym. Don't miss It.
ante clubs of both Palm Beach and Turner explained, "Is to show the fowls. Miss Fisher led the group the winning tide was the Affirmative -
from Greater Miami area, preparations public what our best endeavors'tin singing. aide Survey tests were given on Wednesday
are being made for at least 40,000 can produce, not simply giving'I The public sneaking class pre- The eighth grade girls' physical and Thursday from the
ON visitors at the education class their Interpretation first through the eighth' grade and
Jenth annual Red- premiums. Therefore, an entrywhich sented a debate on "Resolved: That gave us
tome] land District Fruit Festival Manager has no real merit and Is a i I airplanes are a safer mode of trans 1 I of a folk dance. They the twelfth grade. The twelfth
libel George W Turner, Jr., laid discredit to county and producers;portation than cars." Those on were accompanied by Miss Kerfoot '! tests also count for the college g :, f
cry yesterday.The will not be eligible to contest for'..the affirmative side were Captain at the piano. entrance examinations.
festival scheduled for Feb. premiums. Merit must be the i Marie Borgardt, Madeline Odom, New pupils In Miss Kertoot's f
W 27 through March 4. Plans were winning card." Virginia Eaton and Mary Lois Dur- room are Hazel Thomas from Kin- WANT ADS PAY ,. .
Cary drawn this week for four I --- -
huge ---------
daFa tent to house the festival In the
two main tents will be the various
Mrs. community and educational exhibits
and and two smaller tents will i
also house the poultry and livestock .' j,

departments.Cot H. W. Johnston, who last It's an old Southern custom. ,1 1I

week shipped more than 100 rare 1J
tropical fruit trees for the Florida J
exhibit at the 1038 New York
ITxI. World' Fair will co-operate with
.. festival officials in a display of Jw/ .J.JIi
exotic fruits which will be one of j I
the features of the'
outstanding ,
[DAda '
fea .aL 'I Ii

With official premium lists now
dl. available at the Chamber of Commerce -: 0 C /
00aD. txhxlbltors are urged to rilt

Exhibit I Space Sales I 11

a For Festival MountingSales ,
.id..a I
of exhibitors' space for the
tenth annual Redland District .
s Fruit Festival are mounting dally,,
according to J. M. Croft, In chargeof
commercial space sales. : Ii
Exhibitors may apply for spaceto
the Redland District Chamber: n. l ls ,
of Commerce or to Mr. Croft', 1':
headquarters, 210 Calumet BuildIng -I
i Miami. Arrangements for' I i Ii
space should be made now, eccord-I s
Ing to George W Turner, ,
ager of the event, as the choice
locations are fast being taken.
"1 think It is very poor; taste M A YBE it's the cou..ijr tradition ol the Old South that makes Florida
t when people'ask personal queitiont. ,r Good Gulf Dealers *o polite. We do know you'll get just about the ,
." friendliest welcome In tbe State-plus the finest service and products .
"So do -Sue asked me the -if you'll make the Sign of the Orange Due your Florida,
other day how much John earned Touring Headquarters.
a week.
"How horrid) What did you ten i
her.-Montreal Star.

DR. C. II. DENBY 611m>:19FL09/44 foo4GPam AND HERES'A fREf ANGIER '
Osteopathic Physician ON zul 'rc ss-saws
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Page four THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Frldav. January. 20.19N, }

I THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE( payments the remainder for assistance. two weeks ago and has shipped a of the growers by number or vol- The agreement would regulatethe .

Since February, 1919, total of It cars so far ume of fruit produced, and must grade and sizes of fruit to be :
.......... ,.w.. .t R..s1..1. ,... congress has spent 103 million dollars Cbas. Capallo packing house
br ... ...el t.M ,..11...... &:.. on hospitals alone and last t at Princeton has shipped 19 or 12 be signed by handlers of at least shipped In interstate commerce t
tax ARc.n.n.' ._. __ Xd.k .nee; September more than Sl.OOQ ex- can cf tomatoes since starting up 60 per cent of the fruit County with the object of keeping off the '
.AIUOIttW LtAC/ Lames soldiers were being hospitalizedand I two weeks ago, according to E. J Agent C H. Steffanl said yesterday market the grades and sizes of
. --.- -----. -'- ...." 19,000 others were being eared I Dyal manager. that the balloting would probabily -, fruit which would result in losses
sand M MM* tlM Mil Mttor for in veterans' homes. At the end of this week A. W. be done through offices of I to the grower.
MOT S, ..... .. ... ,..l Wfk.MM .1.fn. : War seems to appeal te young: Hutchinson will have shipped the county agents, as ft was when
,, sons. Ik < *fMM
*** rkrU M
a. taw men most Is it the spirit of ad- about 22 cars of tomatoes since the first citrus agreementwas I 'Tolklnld the colored minister
'I ftntfa addition to patrtotom, starting packing operations at voted in four years ago. "the subject of my sermon. this

U DO SlWSCBirriON C_ ___..BATE.- .,._ flCmtf >*, that taottwates theca} III the piesGoulds two weeks ago. The first citrus agreement was evening am TJAR3.! Now, first
...... .. D... _.....__ ft W ant 1/IIAt Jn Spate" wtlnatn place John Campbell's packing house In effect for two year before it, tell' me how many: to the congre.
I the number III Aatsticam volunteers at Princeton has shipped approximately won finally declared unconstitutional gallon 'has read the 29th chapterof
therein as high as MM and U cars of tomatoes la the in a case brought before Matthew
of these the November report past three weeks. Federal Judge Akerman on the : Nearly every hand in the audU '
ARMCHAIROBSERVATIONS showed 2,000 bad been killed. west coast Its administration was once was raised immediately.
Vested in a citrus control board "Dat's right," cried his rever 'j
The cutting edge of a razor, MPQRTSITEContinued which was composed the members ence. "You is Just the folks I

... ....-- when placed under a powerful r vf The elate tftnuslon. commll- want to preach to. Dere am no
microscope resembles the teeth of I 29th chapter of Matbewt"-Ex.
By AGNEW WELSH I handsaw. Ripley asserts that ( from Page One) .
{ According to a Gallup survey the highly polished bit of Ivory, This agreement includes completion
of American public opinion foreign I billiard ball, under a similar enlargement of the baseball field which 1s
countries rank, In our estima. would not be as UIecItb sow receiving Us final leading of II REAL
tlon. M follows: Enl anl, -II' as the nrface of 'the earth. start ftfl ta readiness far a 'top ESTATE
votes! ; France, 12; Switzerland and dressing of sand and planting of I
Sweden six each; Finland, five; A Californian has developed an grass. Special pains have been -
Germany and Ireland, four each; atom-smasher, but who wants an taken to insure a level surface and
Italy, three; Russia, the Nether- atom smasher, anyhow Small adequate drainage by Project Supervisor -"' BARGAINS
land, two each; all others' four'business, Isn't it? bout on a per Fred racks, and Lee E.:'
England's backing down on the with that other scientist who says Bishop, supervising" "" ;11Ieer. I ter.
German crisis coat her a lost III! he can bend a molecule until Jt Other jOans appI'Otar the '
even per cent of her popularity resembles an old-fnshkmed "twist' park include erection of a 'moderncomfort 20-acre Grove, mixed fruits; 3 bedroom .
with us ai compared to last)'ear". er" doughnut.An station west at the new]1
survey native rock wall and close to the house; good repair; wen located -
l Ohio pnper scoffs at the Idea 4iamodban 'bleachers; laying out
The Florida State Tax Revision, ef this being a free country: and of a dock folf green, croquet, en prominent corner, $17,500.
League, with headquarters In asks you to "Name some activity: shuffleboard and, horseshoe pitchIng -
Jacksonville In its analysis of the that federal or local government, courts ehfldreri'i playground
state comptroller's report for does not forbid, license, regulateor :. nd considerable) landscaping dose-in acreage, well located-
throughout the entire park area!
1937-98 stated that the governor'
office It the only one showing a i March 1 eras set by the council priced to sell quickly.

decrease in expenditure -68 percent On Armistice Day, 1938, the V. ss the d:: :"ue.ortl-e ert me i
Theother departments S. treasurer announced the federal of 1937 The Bst
showed Incraaae ai follows: secretary debt cm that day was ,3II.43U71-1 If delinquents will be published Excellently located house, 5 rooms
of state, 90 per cent; attorney 134 Suppose we put a banker at for 30 days and such pieces of
general, 38; public Instruction work to count this sum in hundred 1 property; as are cwt redeemed before and bath, for quick sale, $1600.
135. Those of the health dollar bins. A rapid worker coula April win be advertised for
board, railroad commission, real count TS of these per! minute; sale as soon as the period of grace (Terms).
estate securities, workmen bankers work about five hours a expires.
penaatlon totaled an Increase day hence he should shift about
08 per cent Its conclusion 22,500 of these In a day; with
that taxes had not only Sundays and legal holidays out he AGAINST LAW Henry Behrens Benj. W. :Morris

but passed the point of works, we'll say, 320 days a year.
tlon. With these 384361,711 bills before I (Continued From Page One Registered Broker Sales ManagerNext
Mm it would require something ,ort of production and packing if ". ,It
To a man on the side lines like 53 and a third years to complete I sent to market to Baptist Church, K. Krome Ave.. homestead
itate law requiring the the task.-Agnew Welsh, 343 The citrus marketing agreementmust '
to select a coach for the state N. E. 28th street, Miami Fla. be approved by two-thirds
versity sports looks like darned I
mall potatoes and few In a MIL
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It would seem that the time and! TOMATOESContinued
talents of The thief executive e4
the great state of Florida could I ( from Page One) I
be devoted to greater things will begin harvesting Its 500-600
r sere potato crop in about ten days rT5
} In the interest buildup to I story w twe weeks, he .1 id.
In a popular woman's magazinethe C I and M Dlngfelder, Homestead -
editor asks, -When does a represented by Landon Car V"IMPROVEMENT
man achieve success? Is it counted say, has been getting out Jomsvtoes' ;
In terns W. glory and gold, in and beans for three -weeks Approximately ,
names he knows or places he hsr forty thousand hampers -' '
traveled? Can a man be both' of beans and IS oars of tema-. "
good and great while he h both fees have been shipped In that ROOM
poor and plodding Is it possible time, N:" Carney said. ,"
that in a mulHsh town he can > L. R. Becker Packing House la
the thing Per which be was boa* Florida City shipped five or sbt
And The story provides oW oar tomatoes last week and wffl
answer: lie can. ;i flirt Wt eight UIIt.week Mr;
I Becker said that a smaller yield
{ There was -an old adage silent ad competition ef cwh-b wing
boys sad work that ran like this:: tucks both bad a healthy tafto-
one bey is a boy, two boys are nee ea prices which ef coarse got
half a boy and three boys are no a little weaker as more acreage
1 boy at all We might carry the comes Into production with advance .
adage Into the field of boys and of the harvest season. Is there "room for improvement" wlien yw look at your kitchen,

autos. It does seem that whea Goulds Growers, Inc. began living room bedroom or bath?
some boys get Jnto m automobfle Quantity shipments of tomatoes .
ihave caattan at all :
they no --lhr w
Judgment, tf any to the winds
1 with the most reckless abandon.I COZY DINER Give your rooms the proper background for Indoor living with a
Add a couple of girls to the crwod
and the picture of danger Is com' N. Krome Ave new color scheme-paint. paneling. remodeling

plete. I Regular Meals __..SSe *. lOe I You'll find room in your budget, too, for all kinds of home repairs -

War Is an expensive thing from T-Bone Steak or Chicken I Ii and improvements if you use the FHA Plan of convenient monthly
any anle70U pony view It In
addition to the millions we loanedto i Short Orders jUMwIohesSea i payments. We will help you to put through a loan to modernizeyour
the Allies, and will never" geta Food la Season
present home back officials have estimated that i Diane* .. --.- Sod new
at the close of the World War I I
veterans and their dependents had W.... FoUlard. rrrletar "

received ''T, *M774M rf which in and let
us show you the latest
I little over ene-tiatf was boonsPLUMBING 11

I I' 0Oome treatments for walls, floors,

EXPERT RADIOREPAIRING I Estimates without ob

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3 Work Done Promptlye Prompt service on all ,.,

e makes specializing on 1
JR. E. Reed automobile radios i iL. _

JttdlatMl .... just Boat elOwosMsl C. Dodd Homestead, Fla. Phone 62

Pain DriveHomestead Tlowcn Bldg. .

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Friday January ro, 1939 THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Pan rive ;.1

i!visitors at the home of Mr. and' 1IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIiIIIIIIIIII1IIIIUIIIiII'" school after the holiday. She will ,
Mr*. Charles Clinton. I' here until her brother Charlie, lt1 lt1.tay
i I I* discharged from the navy."

In and Around Mr. and Mr*. Chester Cooke of 20 Years Ago ,

I Todd Walllngford on Monday.Mr. Conn.., visited Geo. H. Homestead Girl Scouts 1.

IUIIIIIiIINIHtlftlllHifIUUUHhIliIlllif/ / / : / By AKDEL PARMAN .. I
Homestead end I'di'll. Bob Borquln and
The fdhewe t..o
we mesa -
i child of Jamestown, N. D, arrived bale fnm fuM ... a._. ByTrance ARDEL BARMAN :
last week. have a.ewvA..Nao.e _.. I" IMI.lie .
They taken Foster
an r \ as.h 51.44. ..Rum Barbara lean 1
apartment in the Palm Hotel. awroodL jai, INs. with. \lie .w+.- .Smith mils Little and G itjeTwbua !

Mr. and Mr*. Sam J. Davis attended Mr*. Stacy Hawkins arrived Jaavl.ln"Bird won 4irveted Tuesday (
Mr. and Mr*. H. 3. Wadsworth : aitecason at the Mgular acout: J'i
a musical program at the Sunday t. spend most of the week
who have camped la town for Fitzpatrick Ua acres the j jSkIll.
t University of Miami yesterday. visiting friend m Homestead. meeting at home of Mr frank
several weeks plan to leave toon of M tin looking cotton as anyon*. A

Mr. and Mr*. C 1!. Cruze had would wish to see,but owing to the I "J'IfttpabW win dim., the blues t j
Mr J. N. Anderson
1 Byrum
Mr. and Sir Jack Cbheraour work of I new destructive bug the
Mr. and Mrs.W. ft inlenet for the play they .>. J
1 a* guests Wednesday
8. arrived to
c., Tuesday spend
plan to leave Thursday morning crop 1* an almost total failure .j v
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L. Hubert of Miami. working Bauhinia Patnfl' win )
; the winter with Mr. and Mrs J.
for Lewbborg, W. Va. Cotton can be grown successfully "
have ufaarie of the first sad butscene.
X R. Byrum.Mrs. hem Th U
Mr*. S. W. Smith j Mr. and Mrs. D. Swanky: and Mr. Row did the red cotton bug get f!
several day last week with her will CoL Johns1
R. E. Edwards returned *cd HTn. V Smart of Texas who here and hour can we get rid of
1 _In-law and daughter, Mr. end place Cardinal Patrol,Itoyal Palm ;
Saturday from a wit with tier arrived last week for the season them? i
Mrs. Augustus Wynn.FLORIDA State Park; NIcker-Nut Patrol .
l lister Mr. H. L. Prldfen of Jack-: are located In an apartment in the -"Mr. Horn who ha been away, 1
.. .. Monkey Jungle; and Spirilla Patrol -
aonvUle. -- -- .1'alllHoteL line November 17 returned home
Katheion hammock 1
___ I CITY to stay for a few day He put In
Mr. and Mr*. Thomas Doyle arrived Hamll Whlteman and M. A. Sumner !i a crop of 23 acre of bean*, egg The troop voted to pay '2.01 for 1 J:
! from Staten Island N. 7., have returned to the Lake plant, pepper and tomatoes at Pa- second books paper and tither 1
Mr. Mr
Brown, Jr, equipment.
Tuesday: evening to spend! levers Okeechobee section after a visit hokee but ha* been living at West'
week it their winter home, of Arcadia visited Sunday at the here. Palm Beach where he ha conducted j Dora Scott, chairman of badge, /
home of Mr. and Mr. Edward _. that an badge boob
5 "'Rosemont,1' on Wed Coconut -M. a commission business -1 reported are j'
Palm drive. Bishop. Mrs. Edith Carlton who He will return to West Palm Beachon completed. Lillie Little wa Tiosten. 1"
| i hat visited at the Bishop home SERMON TOPICS Monday to finish putting out a d
since Christmas returned to Arcadia I of 100 Next Tuesday the troop will )
of atPahok.
y I crop acres potatoes
Mr. and Mr T. F. Flournoy of
with Mr. and Mr. Brown.
HOMESTEAD METHODIST .." meet at Palm Lodge Col. John .1:
Fort Valley, Ca., arrived Saturday
CHURCH I -"Othella Tuch did not return to ston' home.
$ evening for a twoweek'Islt with Mr. and Mr*. Donald Sullivan Jan. tt Morning theme --- ----
Mr. and Mr Julian H. Webster.C. .
I and daughter moved here Wednesday "Philip:the Quest for Reality s
t' from Coconut Grove to make another sermon study In the 1
V. Barnes, whose heel bone their home with M. E. Sever and "Men Jesus Made." Evening Dine and Dance Every SaturdaySteak
/ wa broken in a fall on:Key Largo family. Mrs. Sullivan i* the them -On the side Line."

'' five week ago, 1* hoping to be able former Mia Jeannette Sever. Biblical character senses on and Chicken Dinners Special Featureof '
< to the foot in three I a
me Injured or the beneficiary of sue ef themost
four weeks. Douglas Chapman and Bill Pen- fruitful of Jem mira Our New Service .

1 kava of North Haven,-Conn., arrived cles. Special music by choir ALl KINDS OF SANDWICHES' AND DRINKS ::1
Mrs. E. J. accompanied Mr. I this week for a visit with Mr. directed by Irving Lyon
Music by a University orchestra tee Our Saturday Night: Dame
and I'di'll. Ceo. M. Frick on their i and Mrs. L. Forsyth and Mr*. 8. J.. Young people win have I
trip to central Florida Tuesday. i Shepherd. charge of music In evening.
Mr. Frick visited in DeLand and
Jacksonville; .tn. Dyal visited In Little Helen Sc roeder'l tonsils CHRISTIAN SCIENCE For Reservations Phone 1020 4
DeLand, and Mr*. Flick attended were removed at the Kendall hospital CHURCHJan. i
to 'business matter in Orlando.' Wednesday. IZLHIIn-*ea III a 11 9l
They plan to return today. topic "Truth."

Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Carper and
( Mrs. Hoke Allen of Miami and daughter of Bedford, Va., are expected A Real Vacation PALERMO SPAGHETTI HOUSE r
her "I'Ve Just had the most delightful -
with Mr.
ion spent Tuesday
to arrive soon for the
, and Mr*. J. R. Pope. ion. sea- I, holiday!" related Hutchtn .Florida City Fla. (Florida City Garage Building) ;.
"No regular hours for meals No
Mr*. N. L. Watson of Homeland Edward extra charge for baths A* much .
Fla, arrived Sunday to visit her ployment Bishop at Franklin'has secured Grocery em- e* you w.nt01 food, with plenty Home-made Italian Bread 8e loaf 1
,ot fresh fruit! No tips for waiters!"
parents, the Rev. and Mrs. J. Q.
,/i in Homestead. HOME MADE: APPLE PIES (Made Wtth FM Apple f
Coplin. "Good gracious! Where did you
Mr. and Mrs. H. Bassett of Fox-
\ Mr. and Mrs. Joe Adam and "I Just stayed home!"-Ex. t
on, Conn., who are staying 1ft.
Mr. and Mrs. James
Campbell Miami till Feb. 4, were Monday i
visited friends in Homestead Monday ,
guest of Mr. and Mr*. David B. 1
evening. Mr*. Campbell the Snow. :
former Miss Kathryn: Thlesen. 1t
I t
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Young of

I Qlntonville, Conn, were \ I I
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r We Give the f ..-.".' '

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GenuineEUGENE "
YomrxENVELOPE "i' .

FeraaTBent ''';' I

Soft, rolling wave abundant ,

lasting curia -that's the
A Home of YOUThe
kind" a permanent ..*want '
p e /
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A n i i
Tw em Ide ***"" web put
for we do genuine Eugene I
Mar aflat, Us ba sh"a sensible terms of the FHA Plan put home
waving, with genuine Eugene she bas I4La..lI werem V*

Sachet Let us '"dress" your ,941fif II ballast land MAt 1100* ownership on'a convenient, -bythemOtrthbasis.

.. a .... w.seolw.e,1 Equal monthly installments about the
hair for 'the season, with natural I ,

undulation and flattering Shelton Tkeradgee, Crogelruoi.Wave. same as rent payments, make it possible for

faae-and-Mck corlaiBash's ...... ___ Tim*_S.d.d1. c- the responsible family with a regular income
to build home.

Barber Shop ALICE'S BeAUTY I

PARLOR We will be glad to explain this "pay out of

& Beauty Parlor IM4 HcCmr *..._ftr'11.. ....... your income" plan of owning a home. Come

alai UUJe Brews Operator taw Msw I II I in and let1s discuss your home-building plans.
I Modernization Loans
.1. lSIURIDt o mortgage up to

: REQUESTSWCLTON'S'I t FIIA5"I' $2,500-make it possible for you to make repairs -

: and improvements and pay for them a

= i little each month. _

: '" Oil oI-1ulp : I \V. D. HORNE CO., Inc. :

Frank L. Skill, Owner 1
: marl women have learned when they want. I

: Make your appointment tod rt '

: PAT'S.BEAUTY PARLOR = f Phone 507-J Homestead Fla.I'l .

Borne Bldg. Homestead, Fla. Phone S3 =

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Six THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday, January. 20., 1919

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III Social Events in South DadeHOME



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Jan. 20.-Meeting of Ad Aktra '
Members of the Redland HomeY gardens, lawns, home management, 'chapter of O. E. S. Three of the redivided W. M. U. Ci Ball, Mrs. S. E Livingston, Mrs j

Demonstration Club and the Homestead child care, I-H work, home Improvement Jan. 22.-Townsend Club meeting circles of the Homestead Methodist Ranson, Mrs. Davis, Mrs. Heath, ;

Home Demonstration Club recreation, clothing, in Neva King Cooper School Church elected officers for the new Mrs. Snub, Mrs. Moye Mrs Williams -
millinery, membership, community Jan. 24.-Meeting of psychologyclass year Tuesday afternoon. and Miss Livingston.
Joined in entertaining the Dade activities, handicraft, home earnings Circle One, which met at the
In school clinic room at 730.: Circle Three, which met at the 1
County Home Demonstration canning and contests. {, Jan. 24.-Meeting of F. L. andT. home ofIr... John Williams, home of Mrs. Casper Williams
Council In the Redland Woman's Announcement was made that Club with Mrs A. W. Jonei. elected Mn. J. M. Holding leader; elected: leader, Mn. Williams .,

4 Club building Friday. Delegates the county council had won second i Jan. 24.-Social meeting of Mn. O. L. Showalter, secretary; leader, Mn. J. J. Richards; assistant

from every demonstration club In place in the state record book contest i Woman's Club of Homestead.Jan. and Mrs. Williams, treasurer. secretary, Mrs. Vivan Booth; treasurer ;

the county attended. 29.Redland Aid meetingIn The hostess served a refreshment Mn. Joel J. Robinson
After the club meeting the group Ojus was given an sward for being I church at 2:SO. course. licity chairman, Mrs J. D.;
made a tour of the grounds of the the best all-around club in Jan. 24.-Bridge I party at club- Present were: Mrs. Mollle Win- Those
Subtropical Experiment Station the county. The awards for sec 'house of Homestead Woman's Club. gate, Mrs. C. M. Redd, Mrs. J. A. present were: Mrs. aV. F.
and taw a demonstration of the ond and third place were given to Jan. 26.-Meeting of Study Classat McNeIll Mrs. Robert Glenn, Mn. Booth, Mrs. H. M. Gibbs,. Mrs. J.
budding of avocado trees. Each Allapattah and North Miami, re- i Lobdell home. Dan Williams Mrs. Harry Pierce, P. Dye, Mn. E. S. CapUnger, Mrs.

1 club- member was given fruit spectively. North Miami was said Jan 28.-White elephant sale at Mn. L. D. Wyman, Mn. Matilda A. A. Massey, Mrs1. Grace McLel.
samplers carambola, a till and to have the best secretary's book. I Hospitality House. Williams Mrs. Holding, Mrs. Sho- lan Smith, Mn. J. P. Anderson,

a a Ceylon; gooieberry. The Miami club ranked second, and : Jan. 30.-President's ball walter and Mn. Williams. ,Mn. Made of Good Hope, III Mrs

Milt Ethel: Holloway,home demonstration Homestead, third. I Jan 31.-Last meeting of class Circle Two, which met at the Bert Mix of Eaton Rapids, Mich.
agent for the East County Achievement Day will 'In applied psychology In school home of Miss Helen Livingston Mrs. Robinson and Mrs. Williams.The .

Coast, and Miss Eunice Grady. be In the latter part of April, It clinic room at 730.: elected: for leader, Mrs J.' E. Young Women's Circle anet'

county agent, were the speaker was announced. I Feb. 1.-Meeting of W. M. U. Davis; assistant leader, Mrs. Geo. Tuesday Ute hots of
at the meeting. Mrs. E. P. Fripp, Mrs. W. D. Mahan, Mrs. J. A. circles. Ranson; secretary, Mrs. H. L. Mrs. Augustus Wynn, Mrs.... M. .

county council president, presided.The Rotherham and Miss Estelle Tur- I Feb. .-Redland Ladles' Aid Heath; and treasurer, Mn. C. D. Hlndman was elected secretary)
opening number was a council ner of the Redland club and Mrs backward party. Eaken. the other officers had been elected

song which was written by Mn. Fred Suber, Mrs. Geo. N. Wake- I Feb. 0 Meeting of Garden I Flans were made for conductinga last month

Seymour Dane of the Redland field and Mrs. Fred Redd of the Club at home of Mr. and Mrs. Wm.! booth at the fair, and Mrs. Dan I Miss Jennie Lobdell. conducteda

Club. Report were given by Homestead club had charge of the Dunlop.Feb. I Williams the president, appointed, Bible study period, and a short
ti project chairmen on: vegetable I pot-luck luncheon. 0 B. P. luck Mn. W. H. Sauls Mrs. A. S. Moye,, business session was held.
dinner nd p mWCHCl i Mrs. N. T. McCourtney and Mrs.! Those present were; Mn'A. M.

MRS. JHJSSELWHITE GIVES submitted specimens of tea plant House at 0:30. A. O. Cain to serve as a booth I Logan, Mrs. Wm. Nolan Mn. T. B.

SHOWER FOR MRS. MrOARRAII comptl and wild crotaiarla. Mrs Feb. 0.- eeotlnll of Junior committee. Grantham, Mn. Moore,' Mn. Oeo.I .
Mrs Wm. Musaelwhlte gave a H. Ruegg showed specimens of Woman's Club. 1 Miss Livingston directed a program I' Ranson, Mn. Clifton DeBerry,

shower Monday afternoon In honorof shower of gold, a native of India. Feb. 7.-Business meeting of on "The Master Builder," Mrs. Bruce Ennlsi Mrs. Leslie Dit-
Mrs T. L. McGarrah, the former Mrs. R. J. Shepherd, the president Homestead W. M. S. and read a poem, "The Level and ter, Mrs. W. T. Watkins of Plant

Miss Edith Glenn. read "Christmas In the Tropics," the Square" by Robert Morris. City, Mn Dorothy, Miss Lobdell
TURNER IS HOSTESS I Those present were: Mrs. N. and Mrs. Wynn.
and Mrs. Reed MRS.
A guessing contest was conducted Geo. E. recited several I

The gifts were concealed In n poems. TO REDLAND LADIES' AID I
well which occupied one corner of The following members were ap- Mn Geo W. Turner, Jr., was I. REBFKAHS INSTALL served in the banquet hall.

the living room. The well was pointed to be in charge of the hostess to the Redland Ladies' Aid NEW CONDUCTRESSMrs. Present also were: Mr. and

adorned with flame vine and an club's exhibit at the Fruit Festival: on Jan. 12. Mrs A. M. Vivien\ Carrie McCullough was Installed Mrs R. G. Moon, Mr. and Mn.

"old oaken bucket A fortune Mrs. Haas, Mrs. Bishop Mrs.I'I gave the devotional part of the conductress of the Liberty Beatty, Mrs. I. P. McLean, Mn. R.

teller by the well told each guest's Ruegg, Dr. Irene Shanklin and program. Rebekah Lodge Monday eveningIn W. Mulllns, Mn. Luther Strick-

t, fortune. Mrs Arthur Dued. Others attending were: Mrs. C. the Odd Fellows hall by Mrs.O. land, Mrs. Blanche Chapman, Mrs.E. .

"+ Those Invited were: Mrs FieldIng The hostesses, Mrs. N. G. Boll< G. Nelson, Mrs. Ida Eby, Mrs. M. C. Radford. Dr. Irene Shanklin,I S. Caplinger, Mrs. Nellie Mahan,

Ruff Mrs. Gordon Ivey, Mrs and Mrs. Haas, served a refresh A. Baker, Mrs. F. W. Stillman, noble grand, announced appoint- Mrs. A. W. Jones, Mn. Anna Mes-
W. M. Bradley, Mrs. Ansel Barrow, ment course. I Mn. Geo. E. Deuel, Mrs. Wayne; ment of committees for the next, sersmlth, Mrs. Harry D. Wolfe,

Mrs. Stanley Wittkop, Mn. J. E. The club will meet Feb. 0 with Calkins of Miami, Mrs. C. L. Stone,| six months. H. B. Beatty conducted Mrs. Cora Belle Grinold and Claus

McClung, Mrs. Herman Marks, Mrs. Wm. Dunlop, It was an- Mn. Thos. QulUlam Mrs. H. J.' stunts for entertainment.After Grlnold.
Mrs. Pauline Hinman, Mrs. Frank nounced. I Armstrong and Mrs. Geo W Tur- the business meeting sand

Morris Mrs. Ceo. M. Frick, Mrs.J. ner, Sr. wiches, cookies and coffee were (Additional Society on Page Seven)
L. Burton, Mrs. M. D. Jacobsen, Present besides those on the pro- Mr. Nelson, Mr. Deuel, Mr. Cal
gram and the hostesses were: Mrs. kins and Chas. Rheme joined the
Mrs. Kathryn Cameron, Mri. Herbert
D. Baughan, Mrs. H. F. Potter,
Turner, Mrs. Paul Reynolds, group when cake and hot chocolate -
Mrs. W. A. Jones, Mrs. Harry D.
Mrs. Alvin Campbell, Mrs. J. D. were
Wolfe, Mrs. Dunlop, Mrs. Sawyer,
Redd, Mrs Green Rives, Mrs. Lon-
Mrs. C. L. Stone, Mrs Hollister, JANE: TH17RMAN HAS
rile Hood, Mrs J. D. Perkins, Mrs
Sage, Mrs. Grace Smith, Mrs. W. BIRTHDAY CELEBRATIONMrs.
Herman Thomas Mrs. Fletcher
t Stiles, Mrs. R. O. Desmond, Mrs. H. G. Thurman gave a part
Bryant Mrs. Bruce Ennis Mrs
1 Jas. McCrendy, Mrs. Joel J. Robinson Friday afternoon at her home in
Claude Campbell Mrs. Carl Anderson
Mrs. Dued, Mrs. C. E. Butler, honor of the third birthday anniversary -
Mrs. E. A. Buchanan, Mrs.
Mrs. E. J Norman, Mrs. C. P. of her little daughter Jane
Burley Dendy, Mrs. Robert Glenn,! Jackson Mrs. May and Dr. The favors were balloons end AM) HEBE* A SPECIAL ONETIME OFFERWE'LL
Mrs. Robert Glenn, Jr., Mrs. Rus- Shanklin.
sol Home, Mrs. I. P. McLean, airplanes.
Cake and ice cream were served! BUY YOU THIS
T T. Bowen, Mrs. Henry
WOMAN'S CLUB GIVES The little guests included: Janet
Jr. Miss Nella Sauls, Miss Mrs'j
WEEKLY BRIDGE PARTIES Cooper, Keith Eaker, Judy King,
Ranson, Miss Antoinette Moye
I Misses Esther and Helen The Womans Club of Homestead Mary Lou and Bobby Mussclwhltc, $ I 8oxofFACEPOWDEDAND
la giving a series of bridge parties. Kay Cameron Emma Jane Rives,
:' son, Miss Jane Keely, Miss Alice
and holding house In its club- Kenneth and Warren
Robson.a open Sylvia HtStNT IT TO YOU *S err,
I house Graves EHse Becker and Bruce
every Thursday evening
during the season. Prizes will be, and Joyce Ennls.Grownups .
given in auction and contact bridge,, present were: Mrs
FLOWER ARRANGEMENTMrs. Mrs. M. F. White, Mrs. Henry Green Rives, Mrs. Harry Cooper, 1"11'1/11",11 It''' tt'/t I
W. K. Haas
demonstratedthe Johnson, Mrs. E: J. Dyal Mrs B. Mrs. Dexter Smith, Mrs. Orln eat.time Sfttitl .
correct method of
arranging E. Gatlln and Mrs. Keith Foulk, Smith, Mrs. Herman Thomas, M = 1
l flowers In containers of various Clip and sign the Coupon below' and
the ,
bridge party committee, were! Geo. Barnes and Mrs. Katheryc
shapes at Monday's meeting of the hostesses at last 'night's party Cameron. "," brief to our Retail Drug Stars. W,'U
South Dade Garden Club In the ] buy you the Miss Holiday Face Powder
clubhouse of the Woman's Club i ?!.l be
I as a gift when you bus '1.00W'"
of Homestead. In her demonstration -23 G lf Face Crums.

she used roses, nasturtiums, J.o /' t.b1t That's all there Is to ,It And you'll be 4e-
calendulas, geraniums, begonias, @JlJlllzaML _... '
asters and sweet peas. I UlhUd to get acquainted with these MM Miss
Holiday '_IIk.. They're wetted to give lost
Mrs. W. D. SheUllne spoke on .
party glamour day or night.
billboards. Mrs. W. D. Bishop
mw.f I JUrt'i all you hot to da to gel the f I.00 box of Miss Holiday Bate:
Powder. Clip and sign i the coupon below and bring It to our Ruall Drag

JOE TORCISE'S 74 24.1 N. (, \' Slot*. It entitles you to one regular II00 box of Miss Holiday face:

I ., .. ,1 MIAMI AIL I Powder whoa you purchase s 1100 Jar of the Face Cnam-a 2JM mhie
ITALIANAMERICANRESTAURANT J for only 11.00. You move $1.00. Ho strings attached. Simply bay the

: 11.00 Jar ol Face Cream and wt'U buy and give you the 11X0 box al Face
i HALF SIZES : Powdtr. Be mi of the Aral women to vie tills glamorous sow Hiss
AND STOUTS 1 II Holiday Fact Powder and Cr .ra-Act BOW I (limited off r.)
t Opp. It. It. Station. Florida City ; I


j BOTTOM motet irricti.COAT II I II entitles m* to one regular 11.00 box *f "-

e t r BUSSES o. m wnro ( Miss Holiday Face Powder when I purchase a tl 1.00 jar
s PASTELS AND num. I of Miss Holiday Face Cream at (hurt MUM ./ stone)
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/ day at the home Of Mrs. Harley eel a group of friends at her home,

'. SOCIAL EVENTS R. Core, a quilt was completed and and a pot-luck luncheon was enjoyed -

extracts from a mission book. "Re on Jan. 12. CLASSIFIED ADS

building Rural America;; were II
The guests were: Mrs. W.
Mrs. Core. covered

tE PRESIDENTS BALL dish luncheon was served. Bishop, Mrs. Henry Ruegg, D'j RATE: First Insertion 104 a line; subsequent Insertions

Ceo. L. Swan explained details Those attending were: Mrs. Edna -I Alma Sbetxlina, Mrs Fred 11 Sal a. line

.! of the President's ball Monday Melvin, Mrs. R. A. Jackson, Mrs. N. G. Ball, Mrs. I. T. -- -- _

to the Junior Woman' Club I Mrs. J. A Rotherbam, Mrs. Hal-
y: night Mrs. Isabel Sawyer and Miss Jen-
of Homestead which will sponsor worth, Mrs. E. S. Jensen, Mrs

show Miami I Kelly CortvMrs. Jesse Waller, Mrs. nie LobdelL
the ball A floor by FURNISHED and unfurnished SALE-Four 700x17 six ply
entertainment J. D. Wysong, Mrs. Chas. Lair,
talent will be an
houses at reasonable rent automobile tires. Good rubber
I featuM. .Mrs. L. O. Rogers, Mrs Carl Wagner B. P. w. C. TO SPONSOR
Henry Behrens and BenJ. W. a B. Parker Alpine Grove
Mrs. A. H. Crouse Mrs. A. L. WHITE ELEPHANT: SALE
Each member brought a gift for!I Morris, N. Krome Ave., next to Dairy. (J8-13-20)
the clubhouse.In I Smith, Mrs. Maud Chandler Mrs. The Homestead B. P. W. C. de- Baptist Church. (d9tt)

Chinese checkers, Miss Ellen! R. W. Prothero Miss Mitchell Miss cided Monday to have a pot-luck CLOSE IN business property and

1 Huff made the high score, and Mrs:I Eva Rotherham and Miss Esther dinner on Feb. II followed by a FOR RENT AtU.ctive f room real bargains In residence prop-

Augustus Wynn the low. Mrs I Carpenter. program. Each member will bring : apt., modern, lawn. Mrs. Peter erty. Henry Behrens and Ben).

Stanley Wittkop, Mrs. Paul Reynolds a guest Johnson, 307 N. W. St.(021u W. Morris, N. Krome Ave. next

and Mrs. Robert Glenn, Jr.,'I DAVID WILLIAMS The club decided, also, to sponsor I to Baptist Church. (deft)

won tie prizes. HONORED BY CLASS a white elephant sale in Hospitality -

Mrs. James Bird, Mrs. Claude Members and friends of the House on Jan 28. NOTICI or SAIR CATER or TAX CllIITI,.. ROSE BUSHES--Two year, field "!

Campbell and Mrs. Russet Horne I Wesley Fellowship Sunday school Mrs A. C. Easton conducted a Application N* SITS grown everbloomlng varieties i
I I Notlr la h....., sewn that Dome D.
Methodist Quiz.
Homestead cata-
hostesses class of the best Free
were Call, KM flied with m* ...1,_ request I Early planting
Those present were: Mrs. David Church assembled at the home of that the tax _..11100... bantaM with all logue. Lowest prices. Tytex \

Barnes Mrs. E. Buchanan Mrs. :I Miss Antoinette Moye Friday evening Local subsequent omitted or hnrwd tarn Including Texas
W. M. S. members art the' yoar 1111 Mid I by the' 8UU fc* Rose Nurseries, Tyler
Wm. B. Caves, Jr., Mrs. L B. Dunif7 to play Chinese checkers asked to attend the quarterly tone advertised and oid to the kfehort blddor

Mn. Bruce Ennis, Mrs Harold I David Williams was surprised meeting to be held Tuesday in the the for reset 1M7 Art M provkM of the Legislature hy Chapter 181.upon..the of HONEY ".00 gallon. Bring

Oxford, Mrs. J. D. Perkins, Mrs 1..1 with a birthday cake and a gift Coral Gables church. A covered following described rl I o>ui* III tin County container. H. M. Lyon, Longview -
I of 1>0..>. .state of KlorMa, towltlE
T. Proctor, Mrs. Herbert Turner from the class I. dish luncheon will be served. <4 of WVt of NKH of NWI4, SortlonII road

Mrs. Robert parelng; Mrs. Alex I Cake and ambrosia were served. Towmhla 94. Rum 11. .ontalnln I in
.0_ more or..... The u><. to b* Mid
Lanier Mrs. Ceo D. Ritchie, MissPearl Those present were: Dr and Mrs. Mrs. W. B. Caves, Jr, entertained are ..101....... by Certificate No. TUT of FOR SALE Tropical plants, citrus -

Whltaker, Miss Alice Hobson R J. Elliott, Mr. and Mrs. Ivan bee IM> and rrproMntt tarn for tha room trees and tropics fruit la
at a sewing at her home
on 11.. !"10. Itll lose and 11(1 amounting
Mn. Glenn, Mrs. Reynolds,,!Moser I Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Nolan, Tuesday evening Mrs. Ansel Bar- 10 11.71.. season. Jungle Grove Redland

Mrs. Wittkop, Mrs. Wynn; Miss Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Field Mrs A. MM of NKtt ftf SFU Borthni 14. Town- road and Plummet drive.
;,: row, Mrs. Robert Dareing and hip te. Range M ..* W acres More
Huff Mrs. Bird, Mr*. Campbell,<,S. Moye; Miss Mary McNelll Miss Mr*. Harold Oxford. _. ..... The taxes t. M told or a.ldno -
Miss Lillie Brown, .d by Cortlllnat No. IStS of IMO >ndrwraornu
Helen Field.
and Mn.
i I tan for tho roan IMI. USDl .
Miss Mary Emma Brown, Misses I Mr. and MrS=J. Davis 'll. ISM ind "' to 114 HI.
were RE.o4.
AUX-Y;; I Helen and Sue Moye, Wed ol NKH. ol Section S. Town- Redland District real
LEGION Antoinette 'I dinner guests of Dr. and Mrs. Carl till* (7. Rant '1. The taaa to be Mildar. :
PLANS FESTIVAL BOOTH i David Williams! Myron. Grennelland F. Robinson Wednesday. ..14..... by CoMltk-al No. TIUI of estate listings. P. O. Box 417,
Field. I*I IMO and represents taxes fir tho Fare INIlano. .
Wednesday evening the Legion Robin mil teas and UK. amoyntlnc to Telephone 3521. Eleanor Froscher. -

Auxiliary of John G. Salley Post i. 111 Raid 04. tat certificates _Ihoor with all (d3otl)

voted to follow its custom of con. I MISS FRANCES LOTT I co........... omitted .. ..vied team. will be
GIVES SHOWER FOR BRIDE ,j cold 10 rho hi...." bidder at the ConnMotes TUTORING WANTED ... high
ducting a food booth at In Miami, m tho 86th day of Jo,.
Festival and to serve barbecued I Miss Frances Lott gave a shower G R0VCTHEATRE nary IMS, baalnnlni/ at th. knur of 10 school and grade school subjects.

Tuesday sfternoon at the home of clock A. H.. or ai son _,... aa the Mrs. H. 3. Armstrong, A. 8,
beef and .
pork : same may b* reached In due ...._.
and pie as well as plate lunches ; her abler, Mrs. A. S. Rivers for Dated at hll..l. Florida, this the .th I Plummer drive and Country
Mrs T. A. Haney, the former Miss door of J.....ry. !.... Club roadWANTED .
Mrs. Wm. J. Geronlmo welfare'
chairman, reported that clothing i Evelyn Pope who was married on' COCONUT GROVE 1= Clark Circuit; Court,
decorated Dade County; Florida houses a
The were
Dec. 17. rooms Listings of
had been provided for two chil-|1 Matinee Saturday and Sunday.too (CI..ult Ocu _I,
with cut flowers D. C. and apartments for rent. Henry
dren. kitchen contest : U 4 p. .... published J.". t. is.Jro, ir.o. Morris ]f.
| A Jumble pro- Behrens It BenJ. W. ,
Announcement made that I
was Shows 7 aid t .... Adnv ZSe
the Coconut Grove chapter will entertain -I vided entertainment '' p. ) ; IN THE COUNTY JItDf1I COURT 'N. Krome Ave., next to Baptist
Those present were: Mrs. J. R. AND FIR DADS rOIINTFLORIDA. (ul'-U)
the Homestead members I ; IN PaOHATa N*.
and their husbands on the )Pope, Mrs. R. E. Sherard Mrs. : Sun., Mon., Tun., : I. Rat ESTATE OF MARY M. MAN.
of Mar. 7.Present. evenln',1 Waudell Peeples Mrs. Pete Morgan I.... 22. 23, SI j LMY. MISCELLANEOUSTake
Mrs. E. J. Pope Mn. Hoke NOTICE TO CREDITORS t
were: Mrs. To All Creditor and All Parson Ha.lnfClaim
Mrs. LaMar Kendrick Miss Ruth'': Allen Mrs. J. F. Beck,.Miss Peggy Janet Garner. t ; w Demands Against Said E.- your LIFE RAY TREATMENTS -

Allen Miss Effle Booth Miss Nella Douglas Fairbanks Jr. Blllle: taws for health at SHANK-
Fox, Mrs. Harold Sheffield. I You and oadi of hereby
GeronTmo and Mrs. Frank Mn'l Souls Miss Nellie Mae Martin,' Burke Roland Young la 1 1I dried. and required to yon present aro any claims no.I I LIN GROVE. TOURIST ROOMS

Miss Eloise Gossman, Mrs. Haney .nd ......... which roll or either of iron. cottages, camp. 4-ROOM furnished -
mar bar against the otau of Miry M.
SILVER PALM GROUP I and Mrs. Rivers. I I "The Young in lIeartl 11..1... alias Mary Ann Manlnt, dojwawdUta cottage. FANCY GIFT
of Did Counlf Florida, to the Him BOXES All kinds of fruit
FINISHES QUILTAt AlsoMARCH W r. Blanton, Counts judge of l>>d*I i
I MRS. ROBERTS IS GIVEN I I County. Md file the omo In his olfloo. WEST FLORIDA CITY (d30tf)
an all-day meeting of the ANNIVERSARY DINNER OF TIME il In the County Courthouse In D.d.

Silver Palm W. M. S. last Thurs- I t'lorld.. within eight oskod.r .....& HOME laundry Mrs. Jernlgsn,
I Mrs. A. L. Lanier and Mrs. La-,I the date 01 the first publication 00"1 I
Wee Jan. U 26 said skim or ........ t ......1. 620 S. Krome Ave.
: ban Bishop, Jr., gave a spaghetti : Than ...... oT the claimant and la b*

-' 'dinner Tuesday evening In honor and presented alunoald. or Mm will NOTICE OP BAI K OP TAX CRRTIFI.Applk.U.n .
', JANE WITHERS bo..... So Seethe 110 of th
; of the birthday anniversary of Mrs. ........ Act T
I Jr. I I ; In I. Date I. A. D. till Na URI
INDIGESTIONOR J. H. Roberts, January t.1 I Motion h hereby alvna that "Edward Bill-
I Covers were laid for Mr. and ERNEST P. Ins has filed with ... written r..l tort that
: Administrator. C. T A. of the the tax airtlflratoa/ together with all ...*.
Mrs. Dexter Home, Mr. and Mrs.i I "Always in Trouble"Fit. of Mary M. IIn.IOJ'1.. .. Mary assume emitted of lvM. eases Inilwtlnttho

I Roberts Mr. and Mrs. Bishop, Miss D.ees.d. roar 1930. .held by the Blare ht
HEALTH? FI..o publk./lon 00 l.o. I. 10110.Ilan. and atild t. the hl.h. .. bidder toe
Fanny Johnson D. H. Bellinger i Sat. Jan. IT, 18 L 13. 10. 17. IOSVI I rash a. provided by that.or HUM of the
I Lanier. 1MT Ada of the l....1.10'..... pa the
Mr. and Mrs.
How many of us put in and HENRY ARMETTAIn IN THIS CIRCIfT COURT Of Till SITS following doarrlbod/ rent l ..rt.te In the Coun.ty .
several hours of each In I'I JlnlllAL ( sect IT IN AND FOR of Dad*. SUM nf Kl.rlda. Ui-wN,
pain and suffering becausewe Law No. ISI7S Section II, Township Bjian M Tha J
distressed BACKWARD PARTY FEB. 1 FRED N. LIBBY, Plaintiff, .. JOHN tees t* b* sold are *:ld>..d hy ... .
are by the i The Ladles' Aid of the Radiated' "Road Demon" BCOTT U.l......t.MOTICR rats No. IOn ol lull and lopromtta terra
foods we eat? Remits which for the Fare load Itll, IMS and 1" ', t
will a 111861.Bold .
Community lurch sponsor amounting t*
Chiropractic has obtained on I I Notlro I* hereby .t.! .. that I D. C. Col. tax omlflmtM toiVthar with all
backward party Wednesday evening I nan sheriff. of Dad C......,. Florida under .,,"-> emitted or love tares will k*
caws of indigestion are oft- 1 at the home of Mrs|1- and or virtue of an slim .aorutlon Wood cold la th.hlihott/ bkhh-r at the(;...jrt Uu,..
times astounding n'b.E;: ; Redland road A out of the Circuit I Court of the Eleventh In Miami' oa the l lh day nt January
on Judicial Circuit "In
and for Dads County I I 1UH kwlnnln at lhi hour of III 'ItK-k'
The results are usually small admission fee will be Florida., on July S. Isle' upon a ontaTal; A. 55' .. aa come thrralb r H th* Mm*
Judirm it rcovrd In that certain scene may bo roachml In dim r.......
Used Cars .
permanent because the Chi- charged. <' andln In laid court wherein Fred Llbhiwa DaM at Miami ....1010. them the 41"
ropractor locates the Every one Is Invited to attend plaintiff and Jn Scott was dVfradant. day ol January 1939'
cause .
t which Jitom nt wn la tho um ol I k II. LEATHFRMANrkrrk .
, of indigestion and corrects I ItsT auks. Srdant rdl.l $655 lilooiw principal. HMM intermit and e Clniilt tt.
MRS CATHERINE ROLLER I 17.01 _I. earrylnaIntwrat until paid. and. Dodo County, llo,.....
which Judgment WM thereafter tramlurd Circuit
( Court Real 1)
Start tttlnff well today GIVES ALL-DAY PARTY I and aulinnl to thrlwa IntnlmrilC ,
Jill Ford F.rdor Toarlnf Rodentradio .. I lly rTNMO D. IX
entertaln- .Iwh. Ilk. mnanr. a Florida corporation. havrUvM Published. Jaa S. It. to 1VIt I
Roller '
Mrs. .
I $395 upon and will ofh-r for sale\ and
a.w to she hl.boot and amt bidder f.., rash
Dr. R. J. ELLIOTT I NOTICES the MMth front door of the court h..u."II//
LEGAL i feat Ch.vr.t.t 'al $385 Dade l County. Florida on Monday. Buy a Home
e good bar. ruarrth, 1011" brtwion the hours
CHIROPRACTOR l.vrn o.Ul, A. M. and lw, lurk 1:
1-1 THE!: rot'NTJVIIGII'II total 'N Ford Tudor need M. all .1 tho right, till and I........ ..I Buy Grove Land
Home Bid,. Homestead AND FOR DADE COUNTY. L IMI $150 the Mid John Scott ...41 th Inter .
I .. 59+5.In i iION. adlll.A *>t
; debt tltl and scab of all olh r Buy
Hours: t to It; Ito 5; 6 to ( a.. ESTATE PST6a IPETER. ...... In laid ......rt, wheels k lubjoct Br ti
I D--IWK|. I IMS ,..u.. two tow ......., use lira of kk Judgment b my firm belief that .
NOTICE TO CREDITORS: Ha.lna aw paint ; cban $355 Lot lour 141 la Block one (II. plat>
To All Creditors; and All Persons prices are Imminent
.., throughout of the *f NardlnaMcorded
Clalma or ;I : Plat Nook 84. e 4 Public Records Don't quibble about rice.Don't .
issue ; , ",usty: 9orido..
each of thereby notifiedand Two u" Plymouth 4.4oes Mar.Ing
and are
claims andownaaoa immittass .." Models0.7s Said property will be cold b btbfy wait.
required M pnornt any
which you or either W a ie new /1 $545 said' Jmdm.nt and execution aforauld.O Bay now.You'll .
n'1: bated this January 4, 1530.
of Few I Ion radio.1Ms
ban against the" meet*
doomed, date nf Dad County Fkir.Ida .' Sheriff Dad I> COLEMAN. thank me for this s.|-
County blonds
to the Hon W. T Blanton. Cwinly: Batch ...r.. tamest aodanlnnltanl .
O !: D. V. gentian a few months hemei
11 Judge of Dada County and Ilk the came raadltlonl iffOIRbartalnlt : a [:.t.IIIlNIIII8.
his ollle la the Lounly Courthouse In 7 >itPRESTON >
1 Attorneys for Chrbwa
!t InvestorsCompare II. A. Cameron
k within eight Plor do.
Dade County
t tit'fif. from the date of the lint public.I Dave I. run, January 4, 11. M, S7. F.k.
tlon rwmf BaM, laln iir draiandi to oan ,
B. Bum t
lain the kcal address ol the claimant and
to ha sworn to and processed ai ..furesaldlor I
memo will ba ...,..... So S ttoa 110 MOTOR CO.
I. A. D. UR'
Do. January I
.> Al Eioruto of the Loot Will and I EDWARDSTILINC
moos of Ptr B. Pottraoa. D- ...Tasea.I I II
The Laundry Frees Kllll aublleatlol on JM. (, :1939. II I
/J... .. II. 2e. 17 )!
Mrs. Housewife 111"1

tlWty from tile .....I .....1.**.* rAY U MOIII Real Estate General Insurance
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Uhorly t* do .la oa with Ikoaa Constllpatedip I
mom fconro- aack la the allaarloaj waoaj"HjHuawwIfa
amd. kw I Md e.aMipelol, ... fP.r
ill STTUdwrlh It all ik* sow satisylq.e..It..e.mla. p. ......... bull al, NOTARY PUBLIC
; and iratlfrtn Adiwtiw" bcl'Pd right "Of. NOW rr I IIIDIVER5Il

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REDLAND DISTRICT, I iI l Cora Palm Ave. and Ave. B Florida City Fla.

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' not yet been announced.The I, III]I III NITTITII I;I ITT[I I If I Ill M11'JjTi7j;: 1:11111111111: ; [IT I III I I Ill];1!]11:11111: ; lMII1; :: ; ITT!MI ill 111ZIN:; ;I Ill III;I I V T11 I flHiIIIII Ill I I IIIIJ 1i11N.HjjaDLTRU: = r
P. T.: A. MEETING Redland Parent Teacher Association r .
will be host to the Homestead
association at the Redland PINK Excel
(Continued from Page One) School auditorium at another "
patrons lad students of the respective union meeting scheduled for Fet SODA
schools,expressed applause se 10. Salmon D
and cheers for correct answers, Crackers
characterized the qui contest And xr t
The teams. were eoinpoied II foi- The alert Shelby (Ala.) Democrat
tows: report the ease of a man who 1 Ib.
can 1 lb. box
Retiewt-Llndlejr Stanley X Q. was defeated ignominiously when / ,
Caldwell Un. Robert C. Hobson, he ran for the office of sheriff: .
F. W. BtUlmin and Miss-Mildred He got 89 vote out of a total of
&.aD. 3,500, and the next day he walked lOcCOMRY 'IT111 10C
1'I'' M. rifleld.c:. XPnvun. down Main street with two gun
Ceo N. Wakefleld. tIM, hanging from his Lett.
Rev 7.1. Richards and Mr. Thaw, .You were not elected, and you ROLL BUTTER lb. 33c
J. Htoiir.Jtidgw: have no right to carry guns," fel CLOROX
were Chat.' O. Turner low-citizens told him.
county school board member. Dr. "LIsten, folks," he replied, "a BALLOON SELF RISING When Ity
Carl F Robinson and Ben Archer. man with no more friends than 5 Ibs. 10 Ibs. 20 lbi. tulftOX.WI
The "loving cup" presented to Ive got In this county need to Flour : 2Sc JT
19c 31c 55c
i, the Homestead team by Baker M. carry guns. -American Mercury. irs Dlslldtdetll
Madman, principal of the H_
steed tad Florida City schools wa READ THE WANT ADSConcrete
I large, shiny tin cup decanted OMOtNAL SOGMI HlVlnriATISERIIIG
t y with tile school color ot the ",",- SPOOl MEAL or GRITS, 51b s.. . 15c
x The meeting was opened with SERVER
community singing directed by a RICE 19c
sa25 15 LBS.
Mrs.W. B. Mills, muilc supervisor
of the Homestead schools with ASK LIS FORD TAILS
piano accompaniment by Mr.
Hlndman. Mr*. Dill E. Baahor, LUX 1Jrp23c CORNED BEEF, Target, can. 15c
president of the Redland P. T A.,
was presented by MM Ben Archer,
president of the hoi parent teacher -
association, of Homestead, and RINSOtARGC \
the two president shared presiding
duties for the remainder of the REGULAR t
evening Regular .... lOc bag
wa After served adjournment la the ,school fruit punch patio Blocks Large ....... 23c REm xix.. COOKING OIL

while Redland and Homestead P. Like thePyramids
T. A. members mingled, chatted .. 79c
and got better acquainted. Mrs .... w... Gallon 99c
A. F. Arthur, hospitality chairmanof t_
the host association, was assisted -
by Mr. Russell Ham, Mrs LIFETIME construction call It
Pauline Mn. O. M. for Concrete cQ. They
Rlnman. Cooper TOMATOES 19c
Mr* I. B. Danzey and Mn. J. give you the satisfaction of 31g. cans .. -
M Forte of the refreshment- lasting qualities combined c E '113+ bars lSc
mltte, and by Mrs. J.Dyal,Mrs. with beauty There are many
J O. Wynn, : dart Va use for'Concrete Blocks in HIALTrl 'OAI BANANAS Golden Ripe 3lbs.l4cLUX
Winkle Mr. Frank Webb, your building plan Ask.tot -
Ceo. D. Ruehle and Mn a 1: detail. TOILET
4 Gatlla If the welcoming commitee. e

Homestead. P. T. A. I Naranja Rock Co. SOAP 4 lb. 45 C
home awards 1'00IIilL were won the high by Mn school rhone 153 fS3 bars 19 pkr.

by Mm Gladys Cooper's
Naranja rerida
room la the elementary;
Redland. attendance award Monitor 14 oz. bottle Kellow's 2. pkgs..

CATSUP __ __ _ lOc I CORN FLAKES . 15c

L.&S. llb1 .jar
3 for

Peach or Apricot Butter un 17c J1ELIO ;, .
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\ 1921 Oldsmobile Sedan; priced cheap to sell;good ow.C. = ,1 I7cSittif !
running job. ."-A! vo. II'
1 EGGS, Shipped, Mixed, Doz. 33c

1935 Chevrolet Standard Coach; tires good two of

them new; good motor body and inside \ KG Oil Silk FOOD CO VERSAny\ Brand
j clean; this U cheap transportation at the -
right price.
1935 Ford Coupe; motor excellent; finish and up- I

'i E holstery in perfect condition. sls. '. SPRY 3-lb. can 57c 31g. cans .. 20c

1937 Chevrolet Deluxe Town Sedan; runs like a

;. new car; has been well taken cart of; a try

will convince. ...Meat Items. .. Pkg. '

1931 Ford S W Base Truck; tires nearly new; new -

paint; runs fine; a perfect job for the glades. Pork Shoulder WHOLE OR 17c _
1931 Chevrolet Truck;cab and body;priced cheap.

1937 condition Ford Stake; tires Truck fine.; long wheel base; perfect PORK HAMS SHANK WHOLE HALT OR-LB. 2J25CBreakfast EllBeckCANESYRUP

1938 Ford Stake Truck; just like a new truck.
I ( COLD COW Qt. bottle..18c
1935 Ford Sedan; two new tires; new paint; motor .SUCED-UV 31 c

perfect. Chow M.,ln Noodles

z 1936 Chevrolet Standard Trunk Sedan; new tag; CA. SMOKED BACON lb. ZZc with each con of LaChsy
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motor fine; paint fine; Hat covers; economical Prepared Chow M ,ln

transportation at the right price.
Spring Leg o' Lamb,Ib 25c
Our Used Cars Are Sold With a Guarantee Backed { Shoulders, Ib. .,........ 16c ..
"' By Thirteen Years Of Fair Dealing LAMB Rib Chops, Ib. ...... 29c I
With Our Customers. NUFSED.Chevrolet .
CHUCK ROAST, Western,lb. 25 :

{ lift Co. BOTH 4

Western (Round, Ib. ..._ 29c for

",; I IQMESTEAD_be. FLORIDA Phone 9S STEAKS Sirloin, lb. ...... 33c 29c

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