The leader-enterprise
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00087294/00038
 Material Information
Title: The leader-enterprise
Uniform Title: Leader-enterprise (Homestead, Fla.)
Portion of title: Leader enterprise
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: South Dade Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Homestead Fla
Creation Date: September 20, 1935
Publication Date: -1941
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1931.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 29, no. 2 (Jan. 10, 1941).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 29, no. 1 (Jan. 3, 1941).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002057831
oclc - 33835104
notis - AKP5867
lccn - sn 95047482
System ID: UF00087294:00038
 Related Items
Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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POTATO ACT I Glovel! Tomato Attracts, Developed Widespread Here Attention :iPROTEST 1905 TRAIN SERVICE f

MAY NOT BEENFORCED The Glovel tomato, developed- during the vacation of Dr. H I! REINAUGURATED YESTERDAY i

by the Suptroplcal Experiment Wolfe Mid yesterday that seed 8.1
Station at Homestead from across the Glavel tomato had been I
I between the Globe and Marvel leased through regular commercial :
made in Washington D. C., by Wm. channel and 1* obtainable in I FOR HO IESTEAD BY F.E.e. RY.
: S Porte ot the U. & Department Homestead and other farming
:... i of Agriculture who ha conducted centers Asked to tell of the development :
much research work in this sec of the Ctovol and do-I I I I -
*# !Money Not Provided by II tion ha attracted widespread, attention scribe Its characteristic In detail i i "Accommodation" Arrives I

Congress, Financing I from agricultural publications Mr. Filield said CHAMP TEAMS TO i I at 3:30: After 3-Hour
Said : in Florida and other southern "For many years the United I:
Lacking'END Trip From Miami
states States department e>f Agriculturehas PLAY TONIGHT I !
"if The Glove, given Its name In, been engaged In developing -
SEEN TO LOCAL Washington this summer, Is the I tomato varieties resistant to various I CIVIC \
!JGROWERS' TROUBLES tomato which the experiment station 1 diseases.' Other factor than FOR KEYS RELIEF JOINT RESOLUTION

her announced last winter disease, of course, have aim received I I S[

Allotment Based on Acre. gave on Its tint picking almost due consideration Such I I Lions and Rotes Vote a
double the yield obtained from well known varieties as Marglobe Proceeds of Extra Brook ',
; age Worked Hardship Unanimous Kick as Mail i
the Marglobe tomato. They Break-q' Day and PrItchard have
er-Walton Match Go to
4 in South..Dade were planted side by side in been produced in this way The II Is Day Behind :;
; the same field at the same time. Florida Agricultural Experiment Storm Survivors
'County Agent; C H. Steffanl It matures a few days' leas timo Station, through Its branch, the A train schedule which turns :
hired A. E. Mercker secretary of than Marilobe is resistant to ro Subtropical Experiment Station at Survivors of the Florida Key 1 the calendar back 10 year for
r ,the potato control committee of sarium wilt and nailhead rust, J* Homestead, bee been co-operating' hurricane vl1Iet all proceeds of : Homestead and South Dade a*
the U. Si department of agrIcul- pink rather than scarlet-red in In the work since 1831 Tests *n exhibition I game to bo played I far aa mall, express and passenger
ture, Washington, D. C., for verification color and has a distinctly open have been conducted "with special tonight on Homestead municipal service are concerned drew vigorous -
Of report broadcast :yesterday type ot vine It:taC'c one reference to conditions on the, Held between the diamond ball I protest from the Redlsnd District
that unless fund wen I of the tint lower east coast of Florida. team of Brooker Lumber CO. and I IWalton' in the form of a joint resolution
available from some source, It plishments of the Subtropical Experiment 'The first significant product of Nuwerie I adopted unanimously by the
would be Impossible to enforce I'I 'Station.WIIJatd this co-operative research I* the I A preliminary game will be I Homestead Rotary Club and the
-,. regulation testricting acreage and Flfleld assistant. horticulturist Glovel tomato. This variety! ortg- played between a team eompoaed Redland District Lion Club
apportioning marketing allotment I in charge of the station (ContlmmJ oa page Want). ,1 entirely of Homestead Rotarian ; meeting together in ,Legion Hall
to potato grower I and another team competed entirely 1 Wednesday night.: The resolution
It was reported that administration of Redland District Lions. I requested the proper authorities
of the act could not be maintained II MORE THAN 11001 Fire Engine From ,Keys The Rotes hurled a challenge for to take immediate step to sec that
due to the fact that the To Arrive Here TodayThe I the game at the Joint meeting of adequate mail and express schedule

I Long filibuster In the senate In the INTIIREESCHOOLSOF the two clubs Wednesday lU'ht.1 are restored. t.
closing day of the last session of and the Lion accepted.The .
I A schedule put Into effect by
lire engine bought by the
admission price will be
congress prevented th* passage of the Florida Cast Count railroad
I FERA Jot the ,Veteran work "whatever feel like giving",
legislation providing finance for THISDISTRICT you I after the hurricane, of Sept. a
carrying on the potato control camp on the keys and stationed and members ot the Love Thy destroyed same 40 mile of Us
pork.lads.. at the Matecumbe Hotel, VWPs 'Neighbor Relief Committee head track between Kajr Largo and Key d

> Steffanl with D. O tBIake' Pupils, Respond Fully .to .iieadquarters, at the time of thehurricane ed'lire by pro&sdj Mayor! P.*Ill B.be Bird turned, to whom Mir West, provided 8 mall, express
M tad tSeh.adi+r eI Goulds, had and train which flr*
"* I Call to Turn in Used will be brought, across tor disbursement among the homeless -, passenger
planned to leave for WashingtoftMonday rived here at 7 p. m from Miami
Text Books Snake Creek on a barge this morning key hurricane victims, are
a* a committee represent- and went back at 0 p. m. Such e
and brought under its own confident that Redland District I
4|> Ing South Florida potato grower,i schedule was considered a serious
power to Homestead to be repairedand feel like
citizens will giving generously i
More than 1100
pupils were registered -
business houses
with committee of to
t to Join a growers used I ,* handicap
by the city's fire department .
fc from North Dakota to ask th in the white schools of the I shippers aa time .Is Important In
f secretary of agriculture to have I Redland District up to yesterday pending final decisionas One of the league championship the filling of orders, but It was
to It* ultimate disposition between Brooker and Walton -
B the allotment of.tax-free ,potatoes ; afternoon. The Homestead colored games I considered a temporary emergency -
basis I school had an enrollment of This announcement was made) was scheduled for tonight, but
put On a production Intteldj i arrangement
.[ of an acreage basis. The reply of j i ,a. The Goulds colored school last night I by Mayor P B Bird' member of both teams and officials
I. Early this week the railroiofllUl"'
after a conversation with I of the league offered to postpone -
and Henderson camp school, the
Mr. Mercker to the
\ county agent's FERAI I
effective Thursday
I. nounced that
}, telegram will determine whether I other negro schools of the district, authorities If and when the finish of the aerie and
had not reported to B.Sommers glne I la taken from Homestead, substitute an extra game for tonight (yesterday) train service to Homestead -
i not the will still be
of trip I
: ; I would consist of a mixed
U 'II'Y. Decel-j I who In addition being the city will be reimbursed for all to help out the relief fund that I
and local or.anllation.Ma1Ol' freight and passenger train
II The potato act provides active principal of the Homesteadwhite II I repair replacement made of the would leave Miami at 12:30, arrive
Bird i at administrator
ft school and supervising to the apparatu Mr. Bird said serving
aU potatoes harvested and sold .
in Homestead at 3 SO p. m,,
Fire Chief C. and of relief fund started by
that A. Deputy a i
principal of the Florida City white
r% after December 1, 1833, must have and after waiting an hour would k
t.\% revenue stamps attached at the school .Is also supervising principal other members of the volunteer a group of Miami contributor
leave the return to MKrwM at
fire would leave for with him the Rev. A.
department Serving are
4 of the colored school of the
4 rate of three-fourth cent a pound.
4:SO. In other word, pmsengers -
district Snake Creek early this morningto A. Koeitllne of Homestead, H. S.
Grower who within the allotment
q mail and would be
bails Some additional registrationswere take over the truck. McKmule John W. Finder E. R. express }
allowed them on the
here on an accon4poda-
and Mr Austin Rose of brought
received after the following Lowe *
Negotiations for storing the
Of previous :yield from the acreage -
Uon train I such *i brought the t
t' they are farming in 183} will enrollment figures were turned J truck here were begun by Mayor Tavernier and Leo Johnson of Isla- pioneers of 180 to the i'ltediand
not have to pay the tax, however. in to the principals I Bird shortly after the hurricane morada. District when the Ovme 11.111- 4
:7he hardship to farmer in this Homestead Elementary --..i 267 I exposed it to the elements with' Homestead and ether coremunlContlnued was Just a beginn lid.
(Continued On Page Twelve) Homestead High (Jr. and Sr.) S7. out seriously damaging It ( on race Eight) way
Florida City Elementary .....___ 40 I Under this schedule, mail Out
Redland Elementary ___ 258 arrives In Miami In the morningIs
h C. OF C. IN DRIVEr Rrdland High (Jr. and Sr.)_ 244 Hammer and Saw Sound as Efforts I not received by patron of the
Homestead post office until lute
710-5 Made to Relieve Housing Problem : that afternoon, and RFD patrons

FOR DUES PRIOR Pupil who had not been In the do not get their mail until suet 24
of house bathroom The lu"e' hours after it has arrived in Miami -
state two weeks before school I The shortage apartments a upsUlri.
opened will further increase the and stores In and about and laundry are on the west side of, In addition as It was pointed
TO VOTING NIGHT registrations for the next week or Homestead has grown acute even the house and the driveway comes out at the meeting ot the two
I I before the planting of early pine In from Redland road. The houseIs clubs Wednesday night such a
so.Both Mr. Sommers and Carl land tomatoes I* well under way strongly braced with diagonal schedule works a hardship on
Postponed Election to BeHeld Wagner, principal of Redland That efforts are being made to relieve sheeting and 2x8 studs. The ten many growers who tend fruit and
Wednesday of schools, reported excellent response the shortage somewhat by acres will be planted In oranges produce by exprei Cha Pratt,
the time the general cropping fa- and lime president of the Lion Club, intogaited -
f. : Next Week to the call sent out for pupils
t to bring in their used text son begins I Is attested by the sound On N. E. Eleventh street Ulrlc tha( a committee named
ot the hammer and the saw in to draft the resolution of protest
(Continued en rag Eight) Free is finishing a two-car garage
A drive to due paid and
,, get up many sections of the city and Its with a five-room apartment M tcell"nlled ea .I**** Iljrh\l:

(r. made to sign by up the new Redland members District will be Colonels to Play Local I environs. In addition to construction the second floor.

t: Chamber of Commerce between All-Stars Here Tuesday previously reported in these The second story of the Homestead THE WEATHER
column the
recently, following
and Wednesday night of I Variety Store has been re-' -
now ,
under _t..... f.soa d 'M low91"01t
projects an oefw
way ,
been set Cannon-ball and his fellow modelled into modern three-room- .
next week, which ha for Bailey .eie..ne satle'. H.wnenyrbSN.Y.a
the holding ot the annual electionof Kentucky Colonel 'from 1 A. F. Arthur if building a sev and-buth apartments.H. I I I.
officer, postponed several Louisville, Ky. will be In town, en-room house on a ten-acre tracton L. Cook Is adding to his front 4 iT.. Per -
times recently due to vacation sea- Tuesday night at 7:M to CJ'OIII Avocado drive and Redland porch and repainting and remodeling I Se e 'naO.02 1Sept.
son, hurricane relief activity; and bats with the Homestead Independent I road which will cost approximately : his ,entire house at a 7 -. 811 10 .0.011 .1
other ca_ diamond ball segrega '$7,000. The house will be distinctive ; cost of $2,800 The living; room I I Sept. ..._ 110 III
Among the solicitor of member- tion. In that every room with has been enlarged and a fireplace Sept9 .. 81 10 30.04 .02
I c ships will be President W. R. It stems that Bailey watched the exception' of the living room has. been added. Sept. 10. 111 n 30.02
Bird George W. Turner, Jr., and the local team play: la the tournament II and dining room which will be I A concrete block filling station; Sept. 11 .. .. .1 80 88 30.04 1.20
, T. X KIrby The annual dues are In Miami and sugeatted that separated by an archway, will I* being constructed by W. P. Cash'' Sept. 12 : ;t 30.05: .ot
19 and officer of the chamber of the Colonels manager get a game I have at least three exposure I of Goulds on Plague avenue and Sept, 13 --I: 30.04
commerce say that inquiries received with Homestead. With modifications by Mr. Arthur, ; N. E. First street Steel is used I Sept. J4 __ I. 11 30,02
in recent weeks Indicate Because of the expense entailedIn I the house la built from lh* plan to support the roof, which will extend Sept U -- III 68 .as
that the time J* at hand when the having the Kentuckians here, of a house which won first prize over the pump In front of, Sept. l6._._ 711 10 ad.08 ...
f Chamber of commerce can bet the admission will be ten cents In a national contest There will the tstion. Sept. 11 __ 12 .8 11.II4.oJ
!worth many times that amount toaayoel" for all Instead of Just for II'Ow..1 be five rooms and a bathroom The Florida East Coast FertlUa- Sept. 1. II .a 211.87 .17
who Joins it. ups. I downstairs and two bedroom and Continued M Fag Twelve Sept l' .11 10 30.$


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Page Two THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Friday, September :20, 1935Reception .

Woodbury of Miami who formerly Holferty Sees CamelsAs I had any suga' Inct "rafter With; oaf
I for Homestead Teachers I lived In Redland and has bean Potato Transport c.ke.The 1 n'K rinln'r, Times ,',

To Be Held Next Thursday Night I If spending r. and Mrs the, 0.summer W. 2 Snare there,with will I
ntuca tut the University of Miami 4. it Holferty: who grows po-
-- In South Alla- GROV '
lot Ma Junior yea; tatMa MfKiilvtly
The informal reoaftim which ffiUtce <*alrm *K program, M* puttth OardMe, visited potato C
I Eugene Allen,son of C. M.::Alton
the Homestead P-T. A. will hold Ben Archer, publicity, Mrs Win. will enter the college of law at feida In Syria north of Damascus, I THEATRE
for members of the teaching staff Johns; hospKattty. Mrs Landon the University of Miami white he and Mrs Holferty were COCONUT GROT
la scheduled for next Thursday Carner; ways and means Mrs. P. on their world tour from which 1 Shows T and 9
evening at. o'clock In the auditorium B. Bird; motion picture Mrs W. K. Florida to Send Big they returned on September 7. Admission U*
of the Neva King Cooper Walton; National Parent-Teacher He saw the potatoes dug, sacked Matinee Every Sat ant I_
School AU patrons of the school Magazine Mr, & L. West, house Exhibit .to.New York i and loaded on camels-.six. bagsto at lp.m.
asked to to acquainted and n..t" Mrs. HP. McDen.
are with the com new teachers get and to I let. ; ;;rM, J, T.: Vann, Jacksonville Sept. 19 (FNS) Into'the Damascus camel-,for transportation i FRIDAY AND SATURDAY"
ita WAse they have knownbefore welfaMra.. E. H. Miner; refreshment Florida la to stage another big BILL CODY la
greet If 16
Mr. and Mrs. Holferty spent
I Paul hlbit of ita resources and -I
Mrs. Reynolds FRONTIER DAYS'
weeks on their trip around the 1
tions, such ai It staged in
The P.-T. A. executive committee She announced, also, the appoint- during the great International world Among the many places SUNDAY AND -'
Walker MONDAY"
N. -
ment of Mrs. C. as parnamentarlan.
at Ita meeting In the clinic visited the Panama
positions of 1933 and 1934 This they were I ZAZU PITTS la
room of the Neva King Cooper time the show will be staged In Canal Zone Honolulu, Japan PhilIppine ,
School Tuesday decided to hold Officers for the current year Radio City or Rockefeller Center I Islands, the Malay states,I SHE GETS HER MAN'
the reception Friday evening ot are: President, Mrs. Dyal; first right In the heart ot New York India. Palestine, the Mediterranean Shea a G Man now
next week but the date was changed vice-president Mrs A. F. Arthur; City, where a great apace larger countries and England They TUESDAY AND
when It was learned that a diamond second vice-president, Mrs J. R.
than was used In Chicago, has been enjoyed the thrill of an airplane
ball game la scheduled for Byrum; secretary Mrs C. J. Par secured in the International Building trip from Paris to London.
that evening. man; and treasurer, Mrs H. P. ,
one of the Imposing structures
Mrs E. J. DyaU president reported McDaniel. which make Radio City one i Employer: "HAve you any references
that a number of children of the wonder of the world. The '"
of the school were to be takento Additional DeparturesFor show will open Dec. 1, next, and I Applicant: "Sure here a letter:
Miami this week for medical will continue for three months or 'To whom it may concern-John i i
attention. College and School until March 1. 'I Jones worked for us one week, I rTHURSDAY
: Principal L B. Sommers stated The New York exhibit will beheld and we're satisfied.' "Bugs and '
j that the local school book store Departures for colleges, prep under the auspices of Florida Blisters I'
had this year declined to handle schools and buslneu schools In addition National Exhibit, non-profit
work books and other texts required to those announced last organization incorporated under The lieutenant had Invited some
}s In the lower grades and week, are as follows: the act el 1923 authorizing the of .the boys on KP to the kitchen I
4)) that he had, therefore, as an 1C'commodatlon '- Miss Julia Sullivan, daughter tf holding of exhlbta( of the state's tot some. cake and coffee. After
a> to the..-parents ordered Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Sullivan or resources and aCttoctlona' for the they had finished he, seeking to AND FRIDAY
these books to be sent direct Homestead, left yesterday for De- benefit of the state as a whole, at point the moral, said: 'Now. boys, I a
to the school so that the children Land where she will enter her points without the state wasn't that nicer than breaking, LEw +rwrMA
: could purchase them there. Junior year as student at Stet Lorenzo A. Wilson of Jacksonville Into the storeroom and helping : [CL'tAM Yet$
: Mrs. Dyal, Mrs H. P. McDaniel, son University'' who was chairman of the yourselves?" Na anu [
4 Mrs P B, Bird and Mrs. W K.Walton Miss Jennie,,Tower, daughter of Florida worlds fair commission "Oh, yes," chorused the boys. I
I volunteered to take chargeof Dr and Mrs. Join B. Tower of which sponsored the exhibit madeat I "And why was it nicer?" he ask I
the book sales this week. Homestead and member of the 1939 Chicago during 1934, is president ed them.
Mr. Sommers said that Mrs. C. graduating class ot Homestead I "Because, sir, we wouldnt hate
N. Walker board member from High School has entered the
this dI.trlct. haa made conditions Walsh School of Business In Miami
better in the local schools Amongthe She ia staying with her .
advantages we enjoy this year, brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and
be said, are the services of a full Mrs. Wilford Snare, whose home
time manual training teacher t .Is In Miami. Ammonia Listed as NitrogenIn
.\ full time public speaking teacher Joseph Benson, son of Mr. an4
'1 and an orchestra director two periods Mrs J. H. Benson of Princeton,
a week. left Friday for Nashville, Tenn.
The orchestra director is Dr. to enter the prep school classes New Fertilizer Law
J. Norbert Mejla who after receiving ot Trevecca College Ho will be
his musical training In the in his third year of high school
Royal Conservatory lot Madrid, .work. Effective
Spain, played In Souaa's band and 'Roy Woodbury, son ot Mrs.Lena Sept. 1."t

:.4, was bandmaater In the marine .
corps and navy
3 Dr. Mejla organized an orchestraat
4 Edison High School and last ATTENTION Effective Sept. first, the new Florida fertilizer law'changes: the list-
I year had charge ot the Miami
t High School orchestra during the TOMATO FARMERSWE ing of Ammonia to Nitrogen Also, Nitrogen is listed in-four different
Illness of its director.. This year
.f his afternoons are devoted to forms: Nitrate Nitrogen, Ammoniacal Nitrogen, Water Soluble Organic
the Pone de Leon orchestra, but
Nitrogen and Water Insoluble
two mornings a week he will come Organic Nitrogen. Nitrogen contains

to Homestead and without any !: HUB A about one fifth more Ammonia than the old listing of Ammonia.
1 charge will organli and direct an
orchestra In the school here
Mrs. Dyal announced the appointment Fresh Stock f The new law requires, also, that all plant foods be listed in whole ,

of the following com- numbers and no fractions. Therefore the new formulas will be slightly l

WHEN ITS AN of SpedGLiCK'S different. Below is a comparative table of the new Nitrogen and the old ,

I MIKGLOBBCLICK'S : Ammonia formulas;; r:

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Lit INQSTOV: GLOBE! 1% Nitrogen equals 1.22% Ammonia

LiVINGSTON: MIRGLOBE: 2%. Nitrogen equals 2.44% Ammonia

i 3% Nitrogen equals*3.66% Ammonia

'i NN_400..... mmMIV Hector Supply 1 1% Nitrogen equals 4.88% Ammonia

shampoo % 5% Nitrogen equals 6.10% Ammonia..

t Central SSt ion CompanyHomestead .6% Nitrogen equals 752% Ammonia

S G. W. DRIGGERS, Prop. ,
1 The available Phosphoric Acid and Water Soluble Potash are still i

4 I I the same as in the old formulas. In purchasing fertilizers for the coming ,c.

Deming Pumps and Water Systems I season the above table will give a comparison to go by. \

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1 All Sizes and Types r.

CM sew be parchaaed threats the payment plan In amoualap Florid
.: to D.M* M cue pleee at preperty I Coast. Fertilizer Co. .

f AEKOMOTOR WINDMILLS I. all alas too *ra be par. I R

chimed Act *. the time ..,_.plea Uuwgh too Federal Hoaalng I If *MANUFACTURERS :

f SUE THE: FACTORY RErRCSCNTACTEi I: Redland Brand Fertilizer I/""

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you don't take a chance as in '49. The rush to Sears for value is better than the rush for gold. You're sure to i
save. Thousands of specially purchased items, manufactured for the anniversary now on sale. SATURDAY Is the ;
climax of the first great week. The sale continues through Sept 28th. Whatever your needs...>ou'll save by buying now. !

The "Big Six" In Size and Savings .

6-Cu. Ft.



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1 Compare with any refrigerator ;

on the mar selling at $150 \ :

.. Porcelain Interior' .1 :

I Ic Ir Dulux Exterior i For perfect food preservation-and ample S;
Q Push Dar Door Opener ?
r, 11. ) storage space at a minimum of cost, :
e Roomy :: ,
Cold Control both investment and maintenance-we '
Flat Usable Top cannot too strongly recommend this
Easy To Clean Under Us* COLDSPOT. Big enough for any average
f> JJrooin-High Les family. Its silent rotary compressor
: 96 Ice Cube*-7 i Iba. of Ice '
unit runs at a minimum expense.Ask for
l I I tJ' 6 cu. Feet of U able StorageSpace t
I I. ; F. ,:.,- .-, _.:..; _.a.. demonstration on Sears'Second Floor '

$5 Down,$7 Month $150 During Available the Anniversary 11900, '

Small Carrying Charge At
Value Only Cash Price[

$37.50 Values In 5-Burner {(Northern Stores ,Overstocked: Miami Got 90


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,"-' Bought These At Our Own Price
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I: x ".;0 Regular 99.50 Value
Anniversary Priced... -- s

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$5 Down, $S Monthly
i.+er Small Carrying. Charge t 1 1r.
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All Porc lain Interior .
f 2449' Dome Lignf Inside i
Dulux Exterior I
Cash Price Efficient, told Control
42 Cu. Ftl Size f
,r'j A New High In Value Giving ..,:i> Modern Rotary, Com-
?3 Down, 14 l\Ionth-Small Carrying Charge preesor; .
'j Known the nation over for ill dependable, quick efl WDomical Only 5 MoUng,Parts" ,
operation. 0r4'
9.3 Sq. r Shelf Space
'. 5 Giant Ill-Speed "rr J Raping:Ch-in !
Burner ft Gallon Class F el' 4-Cu. Ft.
9 Green Porcelain and Tank Buy Nora The supply I Size
mack Japan finish! Uses Asbestos Rings will soon;be exhausted. UA

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Pave Four THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Friday, September 20.- 1935

-ace"awaawaa..r ,awaaaaa.rrwray ree "...... -ter .
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Published Fridays at JlGm"l Too Late to Classify THE MAIL BOX I. THE:LIBRARIAN'S CORNEi- ".1

stead. Flu.. br the tenth pop IIII' Rap "-- -...,..... DT Ulia. U L. Low LIBRARIAN

Publishing. Co. I ...........-.......--.-- RELIEF MEASURE FOB

FARMERS I UMUBT BOOM the fourth non-fiction contest The
BEN ARCHER JCaltof Ever since! I earn to Florida
I've been ".-Y. w.dn.Af, ''I'll.ad.. e-I Po ONTu.daav book will be published October 11
twenty-one; year ago
Editor r..rEnlarprlaelYou
rr/Mrr I
And from that date
Catered M serest clan mall llstCTiirr1 to arguments err tile subject a terd.rr 5-ter H4fi1eDo on through ,
are undoubtedly swanBoom months It will
utter March! 15, lilt, at On* past of dtvlduV the stets Then many probably be
that i* August 188* Ma lilted1 on both "Beet Sellers and
diet at "_teal. Florida under the well known boom cam along
of read short stories And
volt corrected sub-sactlon (I) you Best Renters lists Jules San-
tlw art *f Marela117.*. and South florid grew right m
had Interested
which particularly
Frazler-Lemk Act are
you doz, a Swiss by birth, quarreled
out of her knee pants and Into last the short which fUT In that
been held unconstitutional short
his and
with family cam to America
SOD PRICE ft,ff A TEAK knickerbockers Farmers stuck
May by reason of the fact that, as Just-a-minuto time you can spare to make his fortune This was
up their nose at cabbage and originally drawn the section per- for reading? Last week we had la 1884 when he determined to locate ,
LAWNS REFLECT CHARACTER turnip and began to plant subdivision mitted a six-year moratorium to given to u* a volume of Short a community of settlers

stake Citrus growersyanked the Harassed farmer-debtor without -, Short stories, an anthology published Water.
around Immediately
(Winfteld (K n.J Dally Courier) trees out by the note to
providing for compensation at by the Gotten Press. Writers
things began happen. At
Riding around town but night make room tot mains, white-
gas all to the creditor. This was undoubtedly from all over the United States his doorway he met all comers
two Winfield residents remarked and sidewalks while
way posts ,
vlolaitton ot Article have contributed to this volume.
a with gun In hand--* quaint
concerning the differences to be North and West Florida was still gas.
'9 of the Constitution but the new By the way, we have a whole section -
turn ot hospitality
seen in the care bestowed on the 101,,' 'round In overalls dtgglnj
lawn and gardens around the peanuts grlndln cane and buildln amendment provide amongstmany of shelves devoted to hort Mart Sandos .to associate editor 4
other changes for the bene- I stories and you will find the) best
homes of the Nebraska History Magazine
pig I
pens fit of the farmer too numerous to short stories of the world, storiesof '
In tile Mine block were to beseen South Florida developed a superiority explain in a newspaper article all nations, translated from all and In this, her first published
well kept lawns and orderly complex that was pitiful book, she gives you stories site
that the farmer shall now have a languages.You i
gardens. and also unkempt prentiMn and the howl for state division I thr-year moratorium that a cannot get around that old knows at first hand, many of them
full of weeds and with ragged lounder and louder and when he heard while she was still a
grew reasonable rental shall be paid to : law of compensation, just whenwe I
disorderly backyards The nothing was done about it some the landlord under direction of realized we had lost quit a I listening child. Trar was a time

differences noted reflect to a mark- folks lot downright peeved. the court: that the conciliation few books In the recent hurricane when children could be seen, not i

ed degree the differences In the Then prosperity picked up her commissioner shall exercise all the : friends began to give us books, and h.ard-the listened. ;

chit Ji-ter of the occupants Leaving traps and went around that famous functions of a referee In bankruptcy a friend In Connecticut sent us two :

out of the reckoning the promises corner and left South Florida and that all proceedings In any i boxes of books, freight postpaid. Orders Are Order

ni those who are able to hire the holdin' the bag with enough bonds civil court are suspended upon the Did you ever hear of Jules San I A certain general, known for hit S

workers to keep things up, to sink a battleship Most of the filing of a petition. dos' Probably you have if you strict insistence upon implicit
exist Her is i I
't, same difference subdivision stakes wilted in the ever lived In Nebraska Soon all
/ the members The Radcllff cast, which was obedience met a soldier carrying
the home of a family fields and the looked-for harvest the reading public will hear about
In their home, declared unconstitutional was a steaming kettle from the camp
of which pride Hoover's him and about Water In
was a complete flop. Mr. reinstated under these Running cookhoua
I outdoors as well as Indoors: here grass began'to grow through the amendments and while the the sand hills of Nebraska "Old "
of those who new I' "Here, you, h* ordered "let
.I' is the neglected place Jules"" .
cracks in the new sidewalks while writer felt from the beginning'that written by Marl Sandoi
of the taste that"
t are unless appearanceof the buzzards used'the white way the old Frazter-Lemk Act has been awarded the Atlantic me

of their surroundings posts to roost-Olt' after the Cad would be held unconstitutional, prize of five thousand dollars In "But air, is Isn't-"
there?" la the "Don't give me any 'but, Geta
"Who lives
'f. question boys got through breakln' all the'' because of Its failure to provide "
,, asked concerning a spoon!
frequently pretty globes and light bulbs
for the compensation to the creditor Senator Fletcher were both behind
home with a neatly kept The soldier doubled back to the
pretty Farmers and citrus climbed
growers -
h feel I
now reasonably cer- It, and If may be pardoned for
lawn and garden The answer Into their old clothes again and cookhouse and fetched on. ,
tain that this act will be held constitutional what may seem to sound egotistical i
often '8, "O, Mr. Vigorous and his went bark to work. *, and will be of Immeasurable : numerous suggestions mad by I The general helped himself to a
wit own that place There they Everybody blamed debt spoonful of the liquid and immediately
was so busy value to the me to Congressman Lemke for the
are ,working" around the flowerbeds tryln to make a Uvin for the next I ed farmer di.tress-I benefit of the farmer based on my spat it out

Few years there was no time to I believe the farmers experience In Dade County have 'You don't call that soup da
Mi Shiftless also may be scan think about divldin the a/ate know of these relief measures I been Incorporated In the act )you" he roared.

sitting on his porch comfortably weeds Then somebody did some neat passed for their benefit, and they I Very truly yours, 'NO, sir That what I was try-
viewing the expanse Heduesnt wire pullin' and it became known should also know that the President I BENJAMIN AXUEROAD In1 to tell you. Its disinfectant,
his house
which surrounds that we're fix in to divide the of the United States and'' Miami Sept. 12, 1939 sir,"-Punch BowL
Fare much If his untidy .
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state in a great big way-not merely
1 place worries the neighbors or If with a piece of paper that says ,

passersby comment that "it la too "A bill, entitled an Act"-but witha liff=LO'UDA- .fflitlbliHJ.t AtMrI1N i Ti ; fAWlNIJ
bad that this block contains such flock of steem shovels, dredges

a disgraceful looking place" and the whole blamed army.

There seems to be nothing government You'd naturally think every-

can do about such matters body in Florida would be tickled '
\: unless there I* a dictator In pink and start yellm and throwln S JlI""
r charge Mussolini mad the Italian 70/8'/ANA' S'II'f7N NlrN'LD
their hate in the air to think that
cities clean up and remove the this state tln.OYlollta nose In the GOOSf IMSXU

beggars from their streets. Possibly federal feed bag and had started 0 NEAPSTAM2L'S

t h* makes all the Italians keep to go to town like California aDd

'I up their lawns and plant and tent a lot of other states been doln' for

their gardens Under a democracy the last few years, but not The
il 1 It cant be done The fore news dont anymore than break

of example la about all the force before a lot of folks start yelpln

we are able to exert It ls qjilte u about salt water In their old oaken

j potent fore, Though it cannot bucket and Want I to get out an Injunction -
drag Mr. Shiftless out of his chairIt (

nuy in time cause him to bestir
Not brin an engineer, geologistor
himself I enough to cut the weeds
weather prophet f don't know
and sequester the tin cans In a
what the canal will do to our
backyard container.
; water supply and I don't imagine
Ax for vacant lots, the city has anybody else does for lure but I

power to order the weedaArut They DO know that the spendin ot

are growing fast tech year and millions of dollars In Florida for

will have to be cut earlier than labor, materials and supplies sin'tgoin

usual to do us a whole lot ol harm

and if It does develop later on that

i jirrtnsoNS: TEX: RUES: an artesian well or two starts
spoutln in a little salt, ther*'II still

j 1. Never put off till tomorrow be enough fresh water within easy i .. ;4? Till X/fifT OPMU& T '

what you can do today reach to take care of the situation. Off"N 77/S HOA'L.a' 1f4S QSYLT/N '"
1. Never trouble another for Los Angeles went 800 miles for It
I, what you can do yourself and Is now flxln to go twice that y S7: /> -7 &S&UIGV

{ 3. Never spend money before far for some more. FIO&/DA*

i you hive earned It. If the rest of Florida is smart it
: 4. Never buy what you don't will quit treatln Miss Ocala Uk
'j. want because It Is
cheap. 'M was a flat-footed country girl
; 5-, Pride costs more than hunger and will start makln' a sure laud

} thirst and cold. fuse over her I'm toUIa you, that '

I; 8 We seldom repent of eating young lady has fallen heir to a lot
too little. of '
Important money and you better
t': 7. Nothing I* troublesome that treat her nice it you want to get

we do willingly an Invitation to her part)---and
I 8. How much pain the evils have BOY what a PARTY!
cost us that have
never happened
f J A lot of folk will try to tell you
}\ 9. Take things always by the
tt that Mr. Roosevelt is just "foolln'about
I smooth handle!
.1 I
this canal and they won'C'do
10. When angry, count tan be-
anything but cut a few weeds and '
for you speak; if my angry, do a little scratctiln In the top soil -
count a hundred. I
ill until the next election Maybe so, .
I 'you cant prove it by me But In

THE STRONG BOX 'the meantime the way the cash ...t l ", ML- I
registers are rlngln around
Co build for your worries a strong Ocala Is somethm' to writs* home The giant GOOSE was killed near St. extensive itudles were made including'

Have box: about and the stuff those happy Marks December 6, 1928. by T Federick voluminous'weather reports. Since thenit

every part strengthened withcare merchants are Jammlif in the cash Davis, prominent historian of Jacksonville has proven BO practical that the novel

I When strong; as your efforts can drawer the real genuine McCoy who is in the center of the} abort Idea has been copied elsewhere In Florida

make 1 It, and If you try to kid them with group of sportsmen composed of the late also In California and Texas. All

Corral all your trouble right there. that old gar that There ain't no I L. Clay Crawford secretary of state* and boxes*, window and writing tables are in

Store in It all thought of a failure Santa Claus" your* Just wastin the late Arthur T. William:, prominent: the open sheltered only by the roof. During .

And each bitter cup that you quaff; your breath. Jacksonville business mlA and president the pre-Chrlstmas rush. the open air

Lock all your heartaches within It. T dont know how you,feel about ef the Florida Historial Society.: construction is especially. advantageous,

Then--' It, but It you all: me, I concur with Before the federal government could sa long lines tan form. at the windows
. sit OR the lid Mr Hobson and say "Damn the be persuaded to construct the St. Petersburg without crowding or creating a ventilation ,

and't laugh;; ,., alt water-CO AHEAD! ,OPEN: AIR POST OFFICE man", i problem. .


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Friday, September 20, 1985 _THJ'L! LEADER ENTERPRISE Page Five

Miami had agreed to a three-day teen hauled out of white iwtmn
EmIPTION FORWIDOWS Brooker Defeats APPROPRIATION ,essMUkin If necwaaryCHgp since lam. yesterday muruintf.

I CngtaM %: U Hook, Jr.I The FERA crew of SO men was 1
Walton, Wins 2nd i iI MADE BY WPA FOR **M that lab ...* of Jut* and aided la Ml work in rile negro
GETSEYEOFCOUNCIL I rubbish hell ben haute wt of colored quartile bit whmtcer from the
Half of ScheduleBrooker I town and,80 truckle**, had, MftsorerOy idle ,field hand

", ....a--: I LOCAL AIRPORTWork "
Lumber cave won 1M i
seoood halt ol the local dtamond
Divorcees Not Entitled I bell league schedule with MI un- to Start When Men WAS YOUR

to Benefits Under questioned 1-1 victory over Wal- Are Through With

Present Law I ton Nurseries Friday night Big CleanupNotice HOUSE DAMAGED?
Walton scored the first run In
I the second inning, but Brooker I f fWu
Reading and discussion of 12
applications for widow tax exemptions came back to score its two In the WM received this week
occupied Most of the third. that an appropriation for the $S.- '
Homestead city council meeting Thomas set Walton down with 000 Homestead airport Improve- your house damaged by the
Monday night Included were only one hit. a tingle by Field ment project had been mod by
application from several divorcees while Brooker got four off Ennis. the Work Progress Administration high winds that hit the RedUnd District

and the council, with apparent A home run by Ed Brooker and a a. 8 sequence to approval of on Labor Day If so' were
w Inadvertence, was proceedingto double by Miner were the onlyextrabase the project several week ago. The
wa approve one of them when Chi. hit of the game. whole airport tract will be completely house and belongings insured! If they

X Harper, former member of the The play-off series between seedbed and rolled to de- had been we-not you-would hate
council who wa to the audience Brooker and Walton winner of velop an alt-way tending field.
called: the first half,will be played on the Work win tart ai soon a* men stood the cost of repairing or replacing.
"Who there. Our widow' first available Monday, Wednesday have been releaaed from the clean
emption ordinance doesn't .x-I I and Friday night permittedby up project now In proem wider See us In our new location In the
condition of the field, which FERA.
anything about gram widow
Arcade for all of IN-
you tart that, we'll all be givingour hat been kept In muddy state by The emergency clean-up McCrory types
wives separation *o we won't' intermittent rain: lately ect, which began last Friday SCIUNCE-espetlall automobile In.lurant' .

have to pay our tax*." Brooker ab r h eHlner. was to last eight day, will proJ'1 .
be ended tonjorrrw" it
; more
Discussion brought out the fact
Sb 3 0 1 1
"""" "
remain to be done
that one of the divorcee applicant Neil, c ...._.___.. 3 0 0 01 ing up ,
Bird said last night lie Mid that
had remarried since making out E. Sullivan, rf ...-. 2 0 0 0
her application. City Attorney Bradley, 2b .. .. 2 0 0 Administrator W. H Green of I
E. P. Roberta laid that If the Thomas, p ,_,,__, 2 0 1 W. Maxwell Smith
council wished to extend tax exemption i I Sherard, If _.. ,_" 2 0 0 0'1' The Bad Old Day

,j to needy divorced wive. I L. Campbell, ,* 2 0 0 Grandfather: "Nowadayi I never -i| Insurance
It would be to amend Brooker, Ib 1 1
necessary '
: see a girl blush. In my day it
tbe ordinance O Sullivan, of ,, 1 1 01 I wa different"Granddaughter I McCrorr Arcade Phone 513-M
Final action on all exemption C. Campbell, cl _- 2 0 0 0
1 i : "Why
application was postponed Whatever did tell them" i
pending further investigation of Total ......__..." '" 22 2 4 41 I -pal Ex. you
one or two that were insufficiently
:Walton ab r h *

filled In. Woodbury, M ... ,," 3 0 0 0
i An application from Andy Ter- Harris, 3b _...." '" 3 0 0 I l
burg for a liquor license wa granted Barrow e ___ I 0 0 0 1
1 by the council Mayor P. B. Hobbs/rf __ 3 1 0 0
.Bird announced that through the Field Ib __ I 0 1 0
kindness of Sheriff D. C. Coleman Wynn 2b 200
Jri acquainting the city with the I French, sf == 3 0 0 :

fact that It was not getting its : Cheshire, It ..__ 1 0 0 0
hare of the total license requiredof Borne ct._ ZOO 0
liquor declen, Homestead Ennis, p ___ 1 t 4 0
would In the future get $30,29! 'more I -
for a retail package liquor dealer' Total _, 24 I'I
license and $1211 more from a retauruiJJbandllng *- I
Walton _____0 100000Brookec -
liquor than It badbeen ..._.....0 0 I 0 0 0 X-$
gettinj wlttout th.-dealer.! I
having his eta -eoanty-city total Twos base* hits: Hiner,. horn
Jncreued. run: Brooker; stolen baiHobbc

The total retail package liquor French 3; sacrifices: Field;
license fee provided by statute i* base on ball: oft Thomas 3, ONCE
$1129! of which the state receives truck out: by Thomas 5: umpires -
582.50 and the city and county are : ReIchert and Wittkop.

entitled to 286.23 each, Mr. Bird AN
explained. The total restaurant
liquor dealer's fee I* $1500, of 1which I i

the state gets $790, and the; AT T1
city end county, $379 each M. 1
,1 The city has been charging a Was
liquor license fee of $230, with no .. I
distinction between package dealers r
and restaurant Since there I
f ho been only one liquor dealer, Physical Culture Hotel, Inc. 1
a retail package store, in Homestead -
Dansvtlle, New York
the city has lost only $36.25,
but the advice from Sheriff Cole- IDEAL h* Health Tntafcsv v..
and a-.au...
man has laved $128 to the city on -
the restaurant liquor license grant toIBD.CINU, aUGI oa
ed Monda1nllht. OPKRAT1OM3.Praellultr 7 71
oil flmMtt rm..d am=no= 04zzz
The city attorney was directed I N .r.t..5 /LeithT.d.he 1
to draft an ordinance changing l: .,.: r..ultss w ..ii.nmir""iM.

the liquor license fee to conformto MODERATE RATES-., ...b.tbe ..-
the amounts to which the city weekly rau .......U eMre...
is entitled under the apportion- This U Mt a l...lt.l-k..rtddn
... .a.- wR.t a from
ment permitted by the state Ucl": ora..l
Cordon Ivey, superintendent of : :':'=::

the power, light and water department 1.1...,.... ,,..-
told the council the department No Obligation
need to replace the wlnchtrgck H wWi I* ylwl.1*
ilmitmt W J"a. H Mhil NOW; a place to Live !
that is about worn out ow _| .M MwMitto*. Itt ..or
and he was authorized to get bid lie the Seeming ....' is 1'es. III..

tot the'purchase of the needed I a.Hr'tfZ. ...-= ..... ..d eta.= The overage home has the possibility of being at least
vehicle I neavasa--id. Th..r.da resubb of.N.W.... one bedroom LARGER and frequently TWO BEDROOMS
... LARGER through the staple expedient ol putting waste cilia
R-T. 'A. Buys Stove ,.-.... ., space TO WOBJC.
::. I For School Cafeteria Lddw_t wbew The two charming rooms Illustrated above might led '.

t\ The Iorne'-P.-T. A. will 1_ ist.m..d.tw. as well bar been added to YOUR HOME a* an extra

have 4. new slx-burnee, heavy I\aab.d. guest room a boy's room a a, .* space Jot recreation and

duty: stove installed la the cshool C.I. play.
cafeteria by the tint of the week. =-.loob44 Converting an attic Is NOT EXPENSIVE e a and It Is
'"? TIle stove ha been selected, by 610 ,; Included among this items for which Io g-term. Improvement
Principal L. B. Sommers, Mri. 60. wear lIer1eU leans ere available through the Federal Housing Administration. i it
1", T Vann cafeteria chairman, WHIZ TODAY
a'. and Mrs. C. O. Robertson, cafeteria =. :: rr.. tmM ....... t/ .

h wJu.: ,be paid,.for. with, cafe* D.a.COITVU ew Raw wrm'Port.i' '*.. '. H:! ? COST OF MAKING NEW BOOMS IN YOUR ATTIC ,
tefi* fund" now in the treasury INEXPENSIVELY.W. .


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Par Six THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE: Friday. September 20, 1935..

I August J*. ..-;"'. McOaaM was Matthew FrulUand, Tenn. arrived .
home ly Will LMMa Merita, Saturday tor ate ........ NARANJA
I daughter of Ida o4 .... *. W I
In and Around I Martin who lumiatly lived laMn. Mr. and Mr*, tan Wd and '
I '40 11 a tw. .......... Virginia and a O. MM., OM Oumauani Seat flat
Ml Sunday for Domes Fla., where,week. and With br Mint, Mlft ObjPetonoo. ;
Myrtle A Depew of Fort I Mr. Wood section foreman. Mora ChrirtenMa i* V
Mr. Mr ale o( tile eacreteriee of Comas '
Homestead Pierce was a guest of and *
A. J. Brady while she was to I Herbert Hunter la making *!I VM Hyntai. VERA mate admlalaIralor .
I Homestead on business Thursday abort day In BeMitord 8. c., attending who ha charge of the reI -
and Friday of last week. to business matter I" Bet work on the key

Mr and Mr* Florence HoUowny Miss Aline Harris who spent a Mr*. Mildred Pears to employed Mr. and Mn. C. S. PhlWpt and A. D. Fop Bade a tMMimtt trip
returned last week from a vaca- year in Homestead with her recently. a* arose to Dr. a C. OatUo't daughter Jacqueline arrived Fri' to the Trail TuNcla,. He report
tion trip to New York She cam offlw.Mn.. day from 00 IInII. Ca. They will thai they have had plenty ot rate
home earlier than she had panned occupy the Fred Brocket cottage,i ta that tectton.
became her uncle tdw Buck- The Rev D. W. Soper 011>\1 M. II Avery who bat been on Tenth street for two week I
out. iS-yeer-old resident of Red- port, Ma. Visited bill parent ataytag with her oo-m-law and while the house they have rented.I I I II. A. Amen left Monday night
land slipped and Ml recently and Rev. and Mr*. M. A. Soper jfcufhtor, the Rev. and Mn. Iverett the new Lawrence Becker: cottage I I for Lamont, FT*,. to flnleh fatherIng
fractured his upper right arm in day and preached in the Red j Pair In Hialeah, la now vtIItIJII on a five'acre tract on Cave I his cotton crop before return .
three place Mr. Buckeut: It now!' tend Community Church but sun-' her ton and daughter-in-law. I avenue I* being completed. I I I fOratt..at ea Page ntni /
out of bed and the platter of day. I Mr. and Kit Jason Avery, and!l

e partt cut which coven hit right !Mr. and Mr*. E. A. Ennls. I '.
arm and the part of hit
upper '
Mia Marion Cook returned to 1----
trunk will be removed in another Homestead Wednesday from Wee Mr. and Un. D. K. Burry and i
Opening Sunday Sept. 27
three weeks It It hoped.
Palm Beach where the spent a children returned to their horn to ,
vacation of two weeks with her Princeton Friday from Asheville, .
Mr. and Mrt. Frank Stillman mother, Mr*. Florence 8. Kenny N. C,, where they pmt I all-
returned Sunday from a and her sister Mn. K. J. Flelacher.Mn. :. week Grelcn LanternRestaurant
week visit at their former ; d'

:Ibhway. N. J. While la the Utne-I Frank U Skin, her chlldren. YleaUoa.'I''I'
t they visited two days In Mitt Elizabeth and Junior /
Yllle. N. Y.. at the home and her mottle. Mn. J. I. Turn. ,..,.., :
Rev Burton T. Fair former pat- age, returned Friday from a tla-
tor of the Redland and Florida week vacation trip. They spent Ronald Caves, 11-year-old ion

City Community churche three week at Camp Gontton on of M,. and Mn. J. W. Cave, i* Adjoining Hotel Redland
I the shores of the Potomac RiverIn recovering from an"eye Injury
Mn. Sidney Copping Smith and Virginia a week at Charlotte- suffered when his younger brother ,
X nephew Horace Broadhurtt, have I villa Va., and I week In Washington Merle a, accidentally hit him I
returned to Anchor lotto, the D. C. In the eye with a sharpened ttlck.H .
JlcCJ uclIJ'OW. after spending the wat taken to a Miami specialist SPECIAL
summer In Ontario, Canada. Mrs. C. J. Dytl returned Wednesday for tre.tJJwnt.nd I* now at borne
8n Ib', brother and her mother,: from Boyer Pi., where be had In Florida City.
who .la ninety yean old, made the I, been for. the. past sight w *ka. SUNDAY DINNERS
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trip back with them. Mr Broad ,;;.:.::: I Mr*. Lake Delta was taken to the
nurtt' mother who lived In Canada -I Mr. and Mr. Dome Kufeldt and ,Kendall hospital Monday for a
died while they were there.Mr their nephew Henry Ulrich have major operation, and la reportedto
returned from a vacation spent In, be doing: a* well a can be ex PROPRIETORS
I *. Conrad A. Spoehr and I Chicago and Flint. Mich. pected. Mr Paul Pullen It takIng '
daughter, Peggy have returned I can of the Delta children Mrs. Given Victor Mrs. E. II. Gallaher
from I four-month trip to Europe''I Mia Ruth Link arrived In Rd- while Mr*. Della it away.
and are Visiting Mn. 8poehr't !land last Monday from Rhode Island -
father. Wm. II. H.uer.t hit home) to spend the winter with her Mr*. J. D. Frienon of Tampa I We will appreciate your patronage
on Bauer drive. They plan to lives) grandparent Mr. and Mrt. Fred I arrived recently to make her horn ,
I,' In Coconut Grove this winter Link. with her brother-in-law and litter -
I Ilor
It I Mr. and Mn. Ja*. H. Dlxon.I
Mr -,.. Jack Bulk and her" hills I Mr. and Mn. Dixon and Un.Frienon :
and Mn. Thot. Edmonds
and daughter Margaret, returned" ton, -.J. k.--Jr.--.tW--tWv.) been mad a business trip toFort

Jut week from Nebraska Where. spending! month' at Miami Beach, Lauderdale. and. Pain Beach
returned borne .urela '. '
) Wednetdari
they had spent An weeks vtaflng

4 Interests.Jacklln relative.and attending to business: Mr. and Mr*. A. J. Campbell and Frank Oormaln- returned Friday How A. T. &. T. OwnershipAids ".' \ I N

I their children, Jeanette and Annette I from a tour...olt the United
and Joy Peter spent Sunday -' Stale and Canada lie wa ao*
who hat been
In Hollywood with Mr hit sister and Your
pending the summer In Wtthmg-, Camp.Ibell'I I companied by a Service
ton and California returned to I titter. Mr Wilton.Mr friend from Boston.i .

Homntead this week. Mn. Rhodet '
*. C. H. Hlner returned to I Joe ohM returned front Like .1
and their baby ton, Ronald, who
have been visiting l relatives In Miami Beach Tuesday to tpend a Worth this week. THERE Is no mystery about
( Miami returned atoo.Mlt few day with Mr. and Mr*. Newton -I that the Southern
Merrill who are there for a Miss Beta Hunter returned Sun- Bell Telephone Company Is

*. Marguerite Murphy, month. j :t.u'::tn'Miami one-week Brack.stay with!' P f owned by the American Telephone
daughter of Mr and Mrt. B. C. l! & Telegraph Company,
f Mr. and Mn. Melvin McDaniel
Murphy tuft Sunday for Owls I I Inll'.m-Iuel: of'LouttvUle. e and that the Western Electric
,,' of Miami announce OM birth of a J. C. Cogglnt
1aba will stay wish her I
!! 10-pound ton, Edgar Franklin, on Tenn., and Charlei: I t Company Is the manufacturingbranch
brother-in-law (Me*, Mr. and and of the
i\ supply agent
Mn Morris and attend
Gary high '
j. entire Dell
school this winter. 1' r
Italian American Restaurant
The Bell System set-up Is a

f 1' from Mr. Inei Harrlt ha returned, Spaghetti Dinners, Wed., Sat., and Sun. ]I natural one. It was not created by artificial means.It .
) a aeven-weak trip during was created' by the evolution of telephone service
lmh she vWted friend la New I While lie... Semite.. SaUafacUaa Guaranteed
4 I
,, Yolk over i period of flftl1eal., as there developed a need
City ChiMgo and Cohimbut. JOE
Mill In Columbus she \'lItted'' I' for the various units.

I This relationship has made.pottiMa the extensive

and unequalled telephone service which Florida enJoys -
I II I today. .

1 Striking Illustrations of Its economy and value were
/ given when a disastrous fire crippled the local and

Brooker Lumber Coe Inc. long distance service In Birmingham Ala., when sleet
i il' storms devastated the telephone plant In the Carolinas -

and Tennessee and when floods and storms

"i Isolated sections .in Florida and the gulf states.
I la each Instance equipment apparatus and supplieswere
speeded to the scene by truck and by train from
i Western Electric warehouses In Atlanta, New Orleans

Everything for the : Louisville and more distant points. Skilled Western
,' I Electric workers and experienced Bell telephone con

I struction crews were-niihed from points as far distant

< I as Pittsburgh.
, The entire resources of the Dell System are avail .'

able to the Southern Bell Company In any emergency.
This makes It
relationship possible to restore a vital
.. I If service quickly and In ao orderly and economical

I tr
manner.It .
f :All
P -** I Is this coordination of effort and resources that
We have application blanks for : has made your service so valuable and dependable, ':
and such Important factor In the welfare and

' loans.' I happiness of the people of this great State.
, government i; '
I VERNON BAIRD Honda Manager

II I Sear ham BH JtltpItdM ndTe!J.*phi Co.




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. J f& YOUTH AIDOFFICE Eva Sullivan to Teach !I Mm. Part. <<'. Mother

Piano in Homestead I The Refrigerator
I Dies in Greenwood, S. C.

: OPENEDISEBRM5.FLA. Mtas Eva Eitelle Sullivan announces .1 t that II pottered to
sm Mr C W Partoe mother Mrs.Ruth '
the opening of a studio "MORE COLD V
i't make
for Baum who>> spent part of list
piano pupils at the home of i'
wttrier heft with Mr and Mn
I .her parent Mr. sad Hit D. R I l tPartte THAN YOUU EVER
. died Sept 13 In hospital
{ Sullivan, 101 N E. Second avenue
. Yi la Greenwood, s. C.. and was bW'led -
,\\ Serve 24 Counties,! After studying under Andre I In Quttnun Ga Mn Pence NEED"Be
Mayhew Fitzpatrick: of this ctty,
t including Monroe Mill ,who had Just returned from Greenwood -
i Sullivan attended rlwweState
I'I was called back to her mother -
I and Dade College for Women In Tal- 81
on Sept T Mr. Partee Joined
Ia"wtwN she was a special'
tm i her at Qultman, and they returned ,
1 bang. Sept It (n >--Ds- student of Ella Scoble Oppernan,:, to Homestead Thursday of last ''II <
dean of the school ol musk I
ices far rkwfela were week.

; I'j, speeed Youth here last Administration week for the with Na-! work She under also had Mary special Beeder OOI'IMI'and: Mrs. Baum had been 111 for many 1

droll[ studied theory under Anna"' Mae l months. She la survived by: two
C Sher ell formerly of I
l sham sons, Mtahael. Baum of Coconut
JT eA Palm Beach m charge Later she attended John B. Stet- Grove, and Brantley Baum of
Sebrmg office will serve son conservatory at DeLaod where Quttman; and two daughters Mrs
headquarter for the counties she was s piano pupil of Dr. William :Parlor! and Mn Jo*. Adams of
ede, Monroe, Plnellaa, HUIPotk. *- Edward Duckwtt, concert i Greenwood. Her husband Michael
b rough. Orange. Oeceola, planlat took special normal tt afa-!. Baum died about a year and a bait sure the refrigerator yM
(Cltrard. Manatee, Sarasota, Har- IDS under Ethel Mac Flatter andstudied II. co- select for your boms ha thtaamaiinf
|o Vt>*Soto, Highland. Okeecho- theory under Louis Marvin
RoDator mecbanlam.Own
[bee Indian River,St. Lucia. CbarIMK and Veronica Davis. I I .
,Glade, Martin, Lee. Hendry. Albs Sullivan will nuke a the rtfrlgcntot that eaves :

(fart palm Beach Collier and Brow- cialty of teaching beginner L Ipe.I up to $11 a month. Cornel
and let show proof of
l National Youth Adralolatra- --- us you

which was provided for by NARANJAtnm Norg superior ,..corI .
lots last congress, ha for its ob-
|jec( the benefltUnf of youths be-
Name Contest ExtendedWe
ftwesn the age of It and Jl Under from FM Ms

[this program people of these ages big td resume his farming down I It Makes Them are Being to eaallmM our acme enlist fer M day*. to Sr4.I .
wi 0 b* given assistance In attend- here. I *. In order that the mere ,.....** sew returning tram their vacations
1 high school and college Othersthis All Lay Eggs! May help M awes ear new Krt .......
age group will be placed Mr. and Mrs. Albert Campbell
upost work relief project where have rented an apartment in the I $75.00 IN PRIZES
help to rapport their Coed feed kaew sv* tnil.tatre .
4, they may NaranJa apartment house I let I'I'tae-azs. CMh.Snd
d Ilea. Egg mash akaaae dMeafl Priae- I"'S Inlvenal: Electric Waffle. Ire and Sandwich
lay eiji-a ote em all dfcefMtaraiiad ?..reaper3rd
Murray Trayaon of St Augustine I
roommate of Burton Grahamat dun yo.get wtrit Prl-'..M CemMaaUmi Doable Ulnae Tabs and Table
1 io Party Is Held any other radon you sea feed.Ho'ntnS till I'rtM-IS.'S Universal Automatic Cleelrle: Ire*
the University of
By L O. 0. F. Group Florida spent k II a gwpleas. ".... Gael tth rrtse,5.56 Universal Electric Teeatrr
Monday here with Burton Graham
> Ie bar and aft Sib I'rIM-I.H Universal Electric Toaster
and they and 11 H. Graham it. with k. rod at lust a*It souse 7ta rrlae--'1.M Universal heating Pad .
A radio party was held In the left for Gainesville .
Monday frees doe bag and nnsHb year Sib rrlse-': Universal heeling fad
I.O.OJ hall Tuesday night after Sib rrise-41.M Valvenal Tsaatrrl
the regular Odd Fellow and F.LAT. Mr. and Mrs Arnold Tripp and oral soDELIVERY th mse 41(1 ....,..I TeaaterAayeae
club meetings to listen to Catherine Kyle visited relative ever the a.e ef II residing In the territory (raw Persons
t SERVICE south soar eater this centre Should a prigs winner decide to Mr.rhaae .
q speech from the LO O r convention and friends In Miami and Coral .
a Marie refrtgenter. he mar lam la the prise wan fee double
la Atlanta Coffee and aandwiche Gables Sunday lie vales .. UM purchase price ef the ew ", .,. Entry blaak
were served by the "Mven I MillcrFccd and may be obtained from
Jewish brother" I j Mr. and Mrs. Joe Johnson ant
A. D Nell waa; put through visiting Mrs. Johneont sister, MRS. GEORGE CHINNERS
x the second degree ol Odd Fellow-, Mrs George W. Moody Sr Supply Co. -
iMp at Tuesday1 meeting. Next I. I' Homestead Norze Kepre>enUU>.e

/1 Tsriday the Initiatory degree will 1 Mary Elinor Williams spent the Homestead and SMUt Miami I 99 NORTH KRO ME AVE.
"" b* +onferredtotwo candidates wtek"-end wlUj :Mary Ann PJ V. ,
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all over the country

enjoy Chesterfields '

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Another reason is % ,

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pleasing taste and flavor

that smokers like.


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Paw Eight nmE Friday, S pteJber 20. 1285

PROTEST TRAIN Glovel Tomato Developed Here Townsend Club to Send to address the meeting but extra
demands on Mr time In connection
Attracts Widespread Attention Delegate to Chicago rib rehabilitation work en '

SERVICE HANDEDTO the keys prevented bit preMncs.Jt

(Continued-From Page On) I A resolution to send at delegateto was announced.!

HOMESTEAD noted M a eras! between 'th' CHAMP TEAMS TO the national convention .*f A constitution and b -IaWl
I Globe and the Marvel.. That It Townsend dubs to be hclcVin Chicago under the charter issued the

t has the same parentage as the October 34-2T, was unanimously Homestead Club by the national
(Continued from Pap One) Margtob, but It la not simply II PLAY TONIGHT adopted by the Homestead organization were read and adopt

uk for I schedule that would give selection of the latter It resembles Townsend Club at its regular ed. Music and readings were
I firmness of meeting in the Neva King Cooper furnished by Mm S. L. West Lu-
Margtob In
least 6
Uppers it until p. m. to i FOR KEYS RELIEF
School auditorium Sunday afternoon cille West
get their shipments on the train fruit and Ip resistance to Fusarium Helen West Members -
On the committee art T. Il:, Kh-fcyj.wilt and nailhead rust. It hse I present evinced! growing enthuslasm -,
representing the Lions and W. H general globular shape of (Continued From Pap One) President Ernest P. Roberta for the passage ot the
Bird. from the Rotary Club. Globe and similarly ripens its ties of the Redland District are designated J K. WhJtaker T. A.I McGioarty bill, drawn to embody;
The two club voted to resume fruit to deep pink:color ((Rldp.wa1' Joining la contributing cash, Feaster, J E McCauley, T. D toe prtntipjos and objective of.
the Plchrf-and Mr Munmlf. the Townsend plan. The next
the work of eliminating blind corners Scarlet-Red) In green clothing furnishings other necessities. Whitney a -
in the Redland District wrap stage Its color Is somewhat The Love Thy Neighbor tee to solicit contributions toward meeting of the Homestead club
through a standing committee to. darker than Globe and slightly group he a warehouse at Taver- a fund to defray the dekgate'a ex will be on the first Sunday afternoon

consist ot two member each from I lighter thus Marglobe nler whet clothing I* brought I penses. Twelve dollars, proffered In October.
the Lions Club. Knterv Club. Kiul.I "The fruit has been notably- nee laundered and sorted out, Work- by u many member, was Immediately I The Redland Townsend, dub,
lad District Improvement Association from growth cracks. The vine big In eocIPIntlolwith the Red paid into the fund a* a win meet Sunday at >3 p. m Js the
and Redlend District Chamber growth is vigorous and distinctly Cross, H has served 73 families I starter. I Redland Farm Life School audi
of CknnraeroeL Appointment will open, with the fruit partially exposed j with clothing pots and pan and Mayor P. B. Bird was scheduled torlum.
be mad later. Iron W. H. Owens at the first picking. This building material without duplicating
of Goulds was delegated to work open type of growth is favored by the work of any other relief -
with Rotarian George Wakefleld South Florida grower In ordinary agency. Building and roofing

to have the county and stats road seasons. material to the amount of $300
I department! resume the work of "The Ctovel has been grown hal been given out.
beautifying the Miami-Homestead experimentally> at Homestead during Mr. Bird had high prate for the
the past four seasons. It may I II Demons ators
\ highway work of the Red Cross. H* said )
be classed as a second-early variety -
Colored motion pictures of Yel.lawstone -I I he personally investigated complaints I 000 000
maturing Its fruit a few days
National Park taken and found that they
earlier than Marglobe It has
) by Mr. and Mr. L. L. Chandleron I anated from persons who had
rather consistently aut yielded both
their recent istered for relief but had /
{ honeymoon em-I
:: Marglobe and Globe In productionof
to California and the Orient, go back to get it when it was
marketable fruit and has maintained
1 ; vided an entertainment feature of I able. He said there was no
a good fruit size throughout -
\ the quarterly joint meeting of the tape .and he told how the Red
two civic clubs Mrs. Wm. Mussel-, successive pickings Cross is having houses of. the inhabitants
"Seed of the Glovel was distributed -
whit two vocal solos with placed back on their
gave 1935 Chevrolet Sedan
In May, 193J, to all ot the
'1 r piano accompaniment by Mr J.' principal commercial firms which original sites, of the plans of the
I H. Webster It wa announced: Red Cross to rebuild all the destroyed -
produce tomato _CL There
i'I that next week meeting of the, houses for the natives and
should be a supply of seed available -
Lions Club would be a ladies'night |:of the untiring work done by the I =
through the Usual
commercial '
Red Cross worker at Tavernler:
channels for testing the variety
I on a large scale this whiter. The FERA crews have been put I

j MORE THAN 1100INTIIFWSCIIOOLS The local station has only a limlt- to work straightening the Urn 1935 Chevrolet Coach
I led amount of seed available for grove and pruning bock the
co-operative distribution," trees, Mr. Bird said, and from
; Tawnier south the hurricane survivors -

To Collect ClothingFor wilt be rehabilitated from

.\; OF THIS DISTRICT School ChildrenA the lI'OundllP by the Red Cross.
The Salvation Army I* sending

canvass for clothing to be datyl contributions to the Love Perfect condition and fully guaranteed.
Thy Neighbor! committee, and ,
\ (Continue from Pall One distributed to needy school chllI Driven
I CspUta Draper ot ttaet organiza very Erde.
dren la the Redland: District will
book In order that with the
new tion' Miami post has been delegated ..
be made .
book available through tile limited Sunday October I, from '' J <, '
St to I the Lions Club to serve. a full Urn assistant ,: !
state text book fund there, p. m. by of at Tavemler. "" '''1. ., :
the Redland District
would be enough to supply fret! through
text books to all pupil In the I worker headed by a committee
composed of A. B. Slagle, chairman '
seventh to twelfth grade, Inclu- I
i Henry Brooker Jr.. and Curtis 1
!recently E. Lee. The articles of clothing DOWN

Mr. Sommen laid that returns' collected will be turned over I
at Homestead high school aver- to the Parent-Teacher Associations Bird Chevrolet Company i

I ailed more than three books to the for distribution to the children f THE. 1
child The only subjects In which I who need them. I I COES PRICE OF

: text books are lacking are moderns' The local canvass wW be made Phone 98 Homestead, Fla,
< ( simultaneously with one conducted SHAVING COMFORT
history and 12th grade compoat- j
Lion and rhetoric and he hoped by the Miami Lions Club but
parents of student who finished, each club will confine Its acts, ,s- I

list vear would co-operata and' ties to .telpactlve territory The.
turn in any book In those subjects|i canvassers expect to ask not only
which they may have on hand. I for clothing for school childrenbut
Mr. Wagner said that Redlandl also for such article as old EXPERT RADIO REPAIRING

1 High School has a surplus of text stoves furniture and furnishings
books In many subjects, and after) to be given to needy families for HOMESTEAD ELECTRICAL SHOP

exchanging with other school: for magazines for the Dade County )L D. JACOBSBN, Prop. I,
book IT need Win still have a. home Kendall: for books for the I
10 N. Krone Avenge
Drone llJ
school libraries and the public
total Redland
surplus. need:.
English and Literature and Life library at Homestead and for
Book I* clothing for adults.
trigonometry and biology
text books. I
a i
Both schools) report adequate' /mP
teaching staffs and no change In
the faculty list* a* announced In Begin It Today .

the Leader-Enterprise last week, : d
HAVING _tort We a oU.
i : Aa Imposition h ties low m price... doe
, Pat and Mike were on a steamer t eaaoaaceaaofProbakjasior HUEY P.
far out at sea Pit had Just died _MMtttblt MW 4ouMede ,
and Mike 1 was leaning over thenrail i me ......*,lates l lit
witching the sailor tower| Ye*slU h..........a.tec ... LONG'S"MY
Pat's body weighted down with, blades mUatm to e-Um
Into th tot easy )9i Y..'U_ *"
coal aea. always 1 bow .... tee ..... ea below
Said Mike: "Well, Pat, I
knew you were going there but
I dldnt that had to GINGERALE junior ls eke poise
" expect you W ..q.t.Kl ...mill.irl...| THE WHITE HOUSE"
furnish fueir Kx.
your own -
anwhds ... ...w.u amS ,
Tado bide Ie a-alftr
The policeman was taking his spool. woad, based asst.eesI The eeaMes bosh M Anwtieu rmbUe Affair soar

primmer to the station N J .........da.il plated IT the Leetstaaw KbtsfMtt Just before M aeasslsj's ..
. playful wind flicked off w't t eta thniaaaadd. ....Trr........ :
ballet snwkkti,
oner's hat. Jsaieceast_..,.......a. _
"Let me get that" the arrested oboe "dw 680 Few.....
man begged That's the only bat /& Appearing Serially NOW
rv got." Pte"Jerrieifs..cm.PN4d .-

"What! grinned the cop knowingly red ......, Etna

"Let you chase It and) getaway ,
I'm not so dumb as thai s I ATLANTA GCOBGIAN-AMeMCZIN
You stay her and I'll run for the! T f. aPROB

hat"-Cx. I Order from your. Weal dealer or write direct to TheGeorgianArnerieana

I Atlanta. Ca.

Edward Stiling AK ;

Real Estate ,tulvloTN BOYS, GUlL -SUrt elIeetlBg the,faselBaUng new, educational d:

Central Insurance pester stamp, every Sunday la The Sunday American Cemler

f1ORIDrCITY, flA. a.sa.aarnl"am "''Vet I1,
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Can Pat Are sad Aw B t r a PAWAIS Pena" ,_.. _.&.. .

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Liriday%. September 20. 1935. THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Page Ma ,

t t '' 000,000 GOATS I RUE ELECTED TO: w< *.*v met4fcf WS p. m. Thuraay. : -


I Ce, Ha -i Rev, c.
[535 CHEVROLET I pastor. Sunday: school at 0.48;
John G. Salley Legion Men I preaching at 11 a. m. and 7SJ(. p. '

i to Aid in Disaster I a dlM* alihUf. Preaching m.; Young peopie'i meeting at J-JO
b forceful and eeavtaMhur. m. Ladles' circle, Tuesday .
p. ; prayer .
1,000,000 Miles of Thread OrganizationOfficers I Heemtead-The Rev C. N. While they sing be illustrates : at S:SO p. n. Mid-week prayer -

To Be Woven Into Velvet Walker pastor. Sunday school at the -... service Thursday at 7.30 p. m
10 a. m. Preaching at 11 a. m.
were elected as followsby Saturday sight they will
Mohair John O. and I p, m.; B. Y. P. U. at 7 p. nv FKXSBYTCR1A.-
Salley Post American slug and draw in park. Deal CBTRCHCrume
Legion, at its annual meeting held Prayer service Wednesday: I. miss this.PriseetoaJ.. I
weo ity million mile of thread, in Legion Han Wednesday night: G..IdTbe Rev. Noah Peter Iienasslead. avenue at
from fleece sheared from Frank B. Rue commander; E. son, pastor. Sunday school: at 10 H. Benaon, paste! N. 18th street Sunday school at '

GODOG! Angora goats living in Z. Thompson, first vtce-tommand- a. m.: preaching at 11 a. m. and Sunday school at 9:48: ; preaching 10 a, m.; preaching at 11 a. m. ;

United States, will be woventd er; Alex Hemming, second vow T S9> m.. B. Y. P. U. at 8:SO p. m. at 10:IS a. m. and '730:: p. m. SPIRITUALIST
velvet mohair material during commander Joe Scarborough, Prayer service at 7 JO p. m. Wed- Junior meeting at '30; young TRUTH TEMPLE or

3jS to supply hundred of thousands third vice-commander; Wm. J. needayt people' meeting at ,:10 Prayer; {

of Chevrolet cut with 15 Geronimo, adjutant and service I CATHOLIC meeting Wednesday at JO p. ..o.. Ua4-branchot Miami i

m :yards of upholstery cover- officer I Ben Archer, chaplain; L. I EPISCOPALSt. ID.I Spiritualist Temple of Truth in
g apiece.liUions. O. Buggies, historian; George 1 Church et the Sacred Heart. Woman's dub, 410 N.: W. Eighth

of goats have been born Crawshaw, sergeant at arms. Mr. S. E. Second avenue, Homestead; John's- S. E. First avenue avenue. Men' Bible. claw and
uI raised and protected through Geronimo, whose term as a the Rev. Alfred McDonald, pastor and Fourth street, Homestead young people' lyceum at ":15 p.

It natural lives because of the tee had expired, was Sunday mass at I a. m.; week day: Minister in charge the Rev. EdgarW. m., healing by Dr. J Carl Hobson
tatomoblle. In 1898, there were to that office.Installation. I' mass at 7:45 daily.; Sunday school WUcock; lay reader Joseph at 7:43; lecture and message at w
than 2 OOoo of the aristocra- wilt be held : Saturday I a. m. Sunday school Gauxens. Second Sunday each S p. m. by the Rev. Sada KobIOft.COMMVNITI' .

tit Angoras in this. country: ; now, I with the Legion Auxiliary on Oct.: Sunday following 9 o'clock mass. month corporate communion for I
almost 4,000,000 of them are kept 14, following an election to beheld Communion for women the tint month; holy communion I a, m. MEN'S BIBLE ,'
great herds in the southwest, by the auxiliary. !{I Sunday of month for men and Sunday school at 1:45: each Sun CLASS

t of them In Texas, to supply I The post appointed a committee ,, boys, the second Sunday of month. day. Church services last Sunday White Star M. E. Church build.

demand created by: the motor composed of Ben Archer, John P I Holy hour first Friday of month each month. Ing-Sunday at I:49 a. m. Non.
:11' Industry. Neafsey and W. E. Rheney: to cooperate at 7 45 p. In. Mast first Friday: at denominational. International lessons
Fleece purchased by buyers rep in the movement to forma 7 30 a. m. Benediction of theBle.d Sept. Il-8el"\'lcea at 7:11 p. used. Those not attending
r resenting the manufacturers of hurricane rescue organization I in I' Sacrament after mass.The m. by the Rev. Chaa. R Palmer other Sunday schools cordially In-

mohair cloth .is shipped to themills Dade County. Mr. Geronimo. vited.
first Friday of the month
then sorted by workers who, who was prominent relief workIn EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN
daring summer, mass will be
ugh; years of training and experience Homestead for survivors of the NONDENOMINATIONALPRAYER
are so expert that they keys nurrlctrriSjhas: been appointed celebrated at 7.49 a. m._ The St. John's-Redland; the Rev. SERVICE
I on the disaster relief committee Holy: Hoar will be discontinued Geo. M. Poth,
tan divide the wool into fourteen pastor. Sunday
Bible study and service
of the department of Florida,i until October. school each Sunday at 10 a. m. prayer
grades. Only: the best grades are conducted by the Rev.-H. E. Bergof f
I American Legion, and Mrs. Geron- English service on first Sunday of, '
used for automobile upholstery: CHRISTIAN SCIENCE Miami at home of Mrs. Q. L
which must withstand much harder imo has been selected from the I I'I I each month at 3 p. m. and German:
Gault Friday at 3 .
usage than household furniture, 'I Auxiliary.The i Florida City-Broadway and service on third Sunday at S p.' every p. m.DIUI.A.BERGER

which Is another leading consumer adjutant announced that,I Sixth street Sunday school at m. I I
'ft. the material. six headstones for the graves of" 9:49 a. m. for pupils under 20 :yearsof
veterans buried at Naranja had' age; morning service at 11 METHODIST EPISCOPAL
| The cloth that coven the seats
been ordered and that arrangements o'clock. Wednesday evening services -
and cushions of your car is only Florida City Community Churchthe
Include testimonials
had been made for the which 1
halt thickness of the material Rev. M.
Soper, pastor.
building of a cement curb around of healing and experiences and remarks Dentist
a It is woven. As it comes from Sunday school at 9:30 a. m.;
Science 8
the on Christian p.
the loom it is double, two layers graves. preaching at 10 a .m. and 7:30 p.
The m. The public Is cordially invited 36 N. Krome Avenue k r
adjutant reported that the
of cloth connected by: the millions m. Church night, Wednesday: at
to attend.
ot threads that make the luxurious debt on the building had been T30.

$fie surface of the cloth in use. AJwlf reduced to 1350 and that all payments Sept n-Lesson- aennontoploi Upstairs
of razor sharpness cuts these were being met promptly; "Matter". Redland Community Church Office Hours 8:30-1:30 .
fconnectlng threads, forming two Proceeds from. 50 per sent of the the Rev. M. A. Soper, pastor. Sunday -
I school at 10 preaching at 11. OPEN ETKMXG9:\ :
pile surfaces. Dyeing, finishing, net proceeds of the Legion tag CHURCH OF CHRIST ; :
agency and rent for use of the Church night Thursday at ':30.
and inspection follow BT AfTOIVniKNTDR.B.E.GATUN
Hemeatead-Firat avenue and
building by the Rotary Club and
The goats that produce the mohair others are used to retire the buildIng N. W. Fifth street; T. J. Hunton, METHODIST EPISCOPAL \
fleece originally were to be 1 debt i minister. Bible study at 10 a. m.; SOUTH -
found in Turkey: where they were communion fellowship and
I The next meeting of the Homestead White Stone Charch-Homestead -'
so highly valued that their ex- preaching at 11 a. m.; preaching ;
portation was forbidden. Finally, Legion post will be held on 7:30 p. m. Prayer meeting Wednesday ; the Rev. A. A. Coastline,
t goats to be sent abroad for an exposition get all ex-service men in the m.; preaching at 11 a. m. and I ,, ,
exhibit, and the descendants district to attend.In I OF GOD p. m Junior League at ISO: p. ;

of these prize goats have m., Hi League at 143: p. m.; Senior Dentist
Ho-"all-808 N. W. First
Increased to supply the great herds the sixteenth century, League at 1:30: p. m. Prayer meeting -
hat are now maintained In this was an Important seaport sure'l avenue; Fev. Geo. Lorton pastor. at I p m. Wednesday Office in Hausman Bldg.
i Sunday school at 9:45 a. m.;
countryi chief commercial city: of India. I
preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:30: p. Sept M-Morning messages
m.; Senior C O. G. Society 6:30 p. "THe Unruly Member" special
Admission Prices to Pool I m., Intermediate C. 0. G. S. in vocal sole by Mrs. Mussel Phone 83
a:30 p. m. Mid-week
Facilities parsonage *hlta. Evening message
j Slightly to Provide More prayer service at 7:30 p. m. Wed- "The Different; young HOMESTEAD t '
>, nesday.
people' choir ef 39 voices.
I CHURCH Of THE NAZARENE Sept J -Bible study In
As a result of vandalism com- CARD OF THANKSWe Gospel ef John.
mitted at the municipal swimmingpool wish to thank all those who I Homestead-The Rev. Howard I

recently In the early morn- have been so kind to us and thoae Eckel pastor. Sunday school at Silver Palm Community Church DR.R.S.AKERSDENTIST j
Mng hours, an employe of the pow- who have assisted us in any way I, 0:4J a. m.. preaching at 11 a. m. -the Rev. H. O. Cowan pastor
er and light plant has been sworn during the sickness and death of and 7:30 p. m.; N. Y. P. S. and Sunday school every Sunday at 10
In as a special policeman to keep our husband and father. Junior meeting at 0:30 p. m ,; 1
(watch on the pool area. Theo. MRS. BESSIE SHOWALTERMR. Prayer meeting Wednesday evenIng a. m.; preaching services on tint t '
7:30. third and fifth !Sundays! at 11 a. Office Uoarti I.. m. to I p. m
Bleier! manager of the pool issued and MRS. D. L. McKINNEY <
m. and 8V.m. Sunday 0 te I a
a tHht
warning :yesterday: persons MRS. DONADEL GRAHAM and
found the after The revival directed by the Closed ftalonlafs
loitering at pool children. METHODIST FREE:
hour would be subject to arrest artlst-evancelbit. Rev. W. S.

Jt Special swimming parties outside Lnallea ef Indlaaapolla, andMrs. Free Parking Space
CARD OF THANKS Florida City-the Rev. Edith
[\; of the regular pool hour can To the many friends who helped Lualtea to attracting good Tamblyn, pastor. Sunday school.
|' be arranged, Mr. Bleier said, but and comforted us since we lost ourdaughtel'll 3.30 p. m.; preaching 130 and I I:I 1744 N. W. turn ST.. MI,Mil

I the manager must be Been ahead and listers, Myrtle and p. m., Young people's meeting PHONE sut

f' of time so that he can be at the Sara Hodge, we wish to expressour '7:15: ; Junior meeting 8.30 Tuesday, I A I,
| pool or arrange to have an. assist heartfelt thanks. OUR NEWEUGENE
ffant there. O M. HODGE
*' Pool hours now are from 3:30 MRS. HODGE WAVE

'n"to 9 p. m. daily; from Monday to VIRGINIA HODGE: Surveys MapsA.

*'Friday, inclusive, 9 to 12 a. m. ..ndt JEWELL, JUNIOR and MACHINE

t'30: to S p. m. on Saturdays, and LURA ANN HODGE. R. LIVINGSTON
|t I to 6 p. m. on Sunday. ie'equhrpsd with veltawtw and .

Admission prices have been advanced FLY POISON awe clued lessee MtMf tat REGISTERED CIVIL ENGINEER

1 I" from five and ten ceata to Flit that enter the house can quality wool la the loUomnfatylMt
t I* 10 an&1S: cents In order to makeIt be trapped or poisoned. A very I Registered Land Surveyor

Poalble to provide proper equipment satisfactory; fly potion can be made r HOMESTEAD, FLA
El'CKXS BOX 10.\
such as a High diving tower, by adding a few drops of
l slide and other paraphernalia ; to a little milk in formaldehyde CRoqno.vouE; : e
I If F and to provide the material and saucer or other container. This SPIRAL

labor essential to keeping the peel poison' Is not very harmful to I COMDI: .\TIO:!(
rooms 'clean, .
and dressing pure humans or pats. Fly; traps can be I Clean Vegetables Sell Better
and sanitary.WANT $1.50-$6.5 -$S-t.50
absolutely; purchased ready made or can be I I
made at home. One should strive Operator at Beauty Parker
See our vegetable washer built at our shop.
ADS PAY to keep the premises as clean as I
possible to control flies. Bush' BbShop I: We turn wood rollers for packing house use.

Portable fire and irrigation pumps. Lathe and

Eva Estelle Sullivan Turner's Funeral Hose AND8eafy I machine work. Farm machinery repaired or

Teacher of Pianoforte 14-RIt. AMBltANCB SERVICE rebuilt.
Beginners a Specialty Lady AltrtxUot I HOMESTEAD MACHINE SHOP

[ Ml N. E Sad Ave.. Homestead Phone. ".-R Homestead, ITa. U NORTU KBOMB AVK. II
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Pare/ Ten THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Friday, September 20, 19M.

I REDLAND---GLUM: TO HOLD: work and In bone inipvoveiistut r REPEKAHS TO ENTERTAIN '


"_'a dub of th Rd- Fern Jftobertsoo won tht food I
I Liberty Rebekah Lodge will .' "
r I! lands held Its first nwettate* tW nutrition and health note book certain the other Rebekah todgtsl,

Social Events 1 1I > season Tuesday and decided to award in the Homestead club and of the district at a social meeting

hold a series of benefit parties. Doris Muell that of the :Redland ,: which will be held here Mani -

I throughout the winter on the club. i day evening. I rAt

fourth Friday of each month in Katherine Orfanedes was given : this week's meeting, Mrs
the clubhouse For October the the award for the best
I ESTHER D. WEINTRAUB MARRIES Margaret Gay, entertainment com d
I party committee will be; Mss L. home Improvement note book in mattes, chairman and Mrs. Edna .

I < HENRY EDGAR OF MEXICO CITY AUG. 23: I G. Ruggles Mrs. H. J. Armstrong, the Homestead club, and Virginia Strickland refreshment commit. "
# Mile. Wayne Calkins, Mr*., Cbas. Dotaney. the award for having the
--- reported their
Turner, Mrs. Geo. W, Koaelt for I : plan e
best notebook in the Redland
The marriage MIA Either Da- for making the
meeting a sue
I November, Mr*. Seymour pane,
Club. ,
marts I Welntraub of Coral Gables MISS DIMPLE MARTIN cess.
Mr Gen W. Turner Jr., Mrs. M.
popular and successful teacher of MARRIES MIAMI MAN I Present were: Mr. and Mr .
J Brownlow, Mrs. D. M. Roberta 8lIENANDOAil'OME *
business subjects in Redland' High I Miss Dimple Martin of Hialeah for December Mrs. Monnle Hayes, Hugh Beattie, Mr. and Mr*. Carl .
School for several years, and Henry daughter of Mr and Mrs. E. W. VISIT AUXILIARY
:i Mrs. E. A. Carter Mrs. M. A. Baker Hilchey, Mrs. Goldie Wolfe, Mr*.
Members of the Woman's Auxiliary -,
1 A. Edgar of Mexico City In Martin who resided in Homestead t
Florence Paoetti
Cora Belle
i Mrs. F. W. Stlllman Geo.
1 Mexico City on Aug. 23 was ant for six years, married Poly Coates' of the Presbyterian Church
Mrs. Thelma
Sr. for March, Mrs.Cina Radford,
W. Turner
; spent the day yesterday at the
nounced early thla week For of Miami Sunday at the Church of
Stewart, Mrs. Dave Kufeldt home of Mrs. Joe Hickson, Jr.,I Mrs. Gay, Mrs. Jessie Harper, ,
the put two yean MIN Weln- the Open Door in Miami.The
Mr Strickland
Mrs. Maud Simmons
Mrs. B. A. Waldin, Mrs. U. E. Mar- -
in Naranja sewing for the Thorn-
traub had been a member of the bride la a niece of Mrs. W. i
Mrs Annabelle r
tin; for April, Mr*. W. D. Mahan, Brain, Mrs.
Ponce de Leon acuity. D. Coker of this city. well orphanage at Clinton, S. C.
I Gertrude CapUnger and Mrs. Mole'. ,
I Mr H. E. Schumacher Mrs. A. C.
The bride was graduated from A covered dish luncheon was served -
Mrs. Wm. Brodie. I see Wlngate.
the University of Miami,nd took MRS. WALKER TALKS I i at noon. '
4 graduate work In-New York University TO REDLAND GROUP I Two new member, Mr*. Hayes Mrs. Whit M. Cook of Miami .

J Columbia University and Mrs. C. N. Walker of Homestead and Mrs. Thos Edmunds, were gave a spiritual message. She NEW GIRL SCOUTS 1"
the University of Mexico.Mr. voted Into the club. Plans were with other delegates of the Shenandoah TO MEET MONDAY 1
discussed "Character Building" at
Edgar was graduated from meeting of the Ladies' Aid Society ,made for repairing wind and rain Presbyterian Church in A meting of the newly enlisted
the University of Mexico and attended of the Redland Community damage to the clubhouse and Miami was present to urge the' Girl Scout will be held Monday i iI

1 'the University of Penn- Church In the church Thursday grounds. Mrs. B. A. Waldin, the local members to attend the presbytery I afternoon at the home of Mrs. J. I

sylvania. Ha III president of the afternoon of last week. Mrs. August president, presided. to be held In Sanford In I R. Rutland on North Krome ave
Tours of Others present at the meetingwere April and also to attend a group I .
Mexico Sightseeing Mexico Heuer and Mrs. H. J. Armstrong ; nue. Mr* Rutland and Miss Anna
: Mrs. Schumacher Mrs. Rug conference in Saint John's Presbyterian -
City. hostesses. I Moon will assist Mrs. Frank Skill,
They will remain In Coral were gles, Mr*. Armstrong, Mr*. Mahan, Church In Miami on Oc- I the captain of the local troop this
Gable until spring when they Other present were: Mrs. Geo i Mr*. Dane Mr*. Stewart, Mr tober 8.Present. year.

will go to Mexico City to reside. E. Deuel, Mrs. M. J. Stillman and Mr*. Brodie. I from the Shenandoah !I
The first meeting of the
Mrs. C. Ben Plummer, church besides drs. Copk were: I
\ troop will be held Oct. 1 at the
W. Turner, Jr., Mrs. A.BrownlOW'I' DISTRICT MANAGER Mrs. Daniel Ivenon,,,Ni.. Arthur
mi. II. BENSON WEDS I home of Mr...Skill. .
i ary, MM..H, nnln', VISITS W. C. GROVE I Patten, Mrs. R J.,ypglti taco, Mrs. I '''''
VERMONT GIRLAnnouncem.nt Joper, Mrs.. Anna Mr Skill and Miss Moon attended ,
? Mrs. Myrtle A. Depew of Fort Dan McLeod find,,Mr 3 Hugh Gordon -
been made
Miss Estelle.TILtntr and a Pierce, district manager of the Jr.Local. ,. I the instruction course heldIn
oj here of ot Wm. H.I. .
tjie marriage VI.ltor'j Miami Wednesday evening. '
Mrs. W. H. Barter.
Woodmen' Circle, wa present at members present were: "
Benson, formerly of Princeton but I
the meeting of Royal Poinciana Mrs. B. E. Gathn, Mrs. Ben -
now of Pawtucket R. I., to Mlaa Plum-I I
I Circle held last week in the club- rrter, Mrs. Paul Mrs. : )
Kathryn Allen in Vermont on August I CIRCLE TO HELP FURNISH Haley Mr. and Mrs N. G. Ball, Miss
29. SLAMORADA PARSONAGE I house of the Woman's Club of, Arthur Mra. D. P. Blake, Mrs. R.i j i Mary Eleanor Williams and Buddy -

I. Mr. Benson 1* the IOn ot Mr. I The circle of the Women1 Missionary Homestead. Four candidate for I Y. Burr Mrs. J. M. Holferty, Mrs I!I Fitzpatrick were dinner guest

and M.... J. H. Benson ot Princeton I Society of the Homestead I II membership were voted into the ; Joe Hickson and Mra. Joe HlcksoivJr. :I of Mrs. Eva Collins and IOn Tommy -

and he and Miss Allen became I Methodist Church held meetings grove. I I Sunday.
A friendship content was held
Tuesday afternoon to plan work
acquainted while both were students i \ du"-ln Il'-h
the and the
in Eastern: Nazarene for the near future.
I Mrs. J. T. Mar-
COllee'1 prize was won by
Wollaston, Masa, which Circle One which met at the
tin, attendant -
) groom.attended after hit graduation home of Its leader, Mrs. J. A. McNelll -
f Present were: Mr*. Florence Pa-
from Redland High School. decided to help furnish the
cettl, Mrs Bessie Brady, Mrs. W.
He now hold a responsible position slamorada[ Methodist paraonaewhich
D.- Coker Mr Marie Altmart ..
: .
with a textile mill In Pawtucket. wa destroyed by the Labor I
Mr Alice Walter, Mr. Fred
Da.1tul'l'lc nand tr being"Teaullt. Mra.J ,
Rhodes, Mrs. Goldie Wolfe,
JUNIOR CLUB CHANCES It 'decided also to contribute I
I Blanche Chapman, Mr. Thelma]1 1I
DAYS OF MEETING to the box which the societyis "
Radford, Mr*. Ada Young, Mr*.]
The meeting daya of the Junior sending to the Methodist orphanage Martin and Mrs. Depew. ,

Woman'a Club of Homestead were at Benson Springs. One I.- "f :

changed at the meeting held Mon- quilt was finished at this meeting I FINAL lIt1l\fma

day In the clubhouse. The business and another wa started,. 4-H AWARDS MADE

meeting will be held on the Present Were: Mrs. Sam Davis,! The 4-H summer clubs of the

first Monday of each month Instead Mrs. Ceo W. Smith, Mrs. Vlvan county were discontinued last Fri

of on the third Monday, and Booth, Mrs. H. M. Glbba, Mrs. C. day Miss Pansy Norton, county

the aoclal meetings will be heldon M. Redd and Mrs MoNeia agent, report, and awards were

the third Monday Instead of Circle Two that met with Mrs.: made for the best record books s I

on the first Monday. W. M. Bradley elected Mr J. L kept In food, nutrition and health I II .. /

Present were: Mrs. Carl Twee- Ballard*leader to succeed\ Mr, O. .,NM/NNNMN.NNNNNN, ..,,NN.NNNNNNNMINNN n ,

dell Mra. Harold Oxford, Mra. T. L. Showalter who had resigned.Mrs. I The Calendar
E. Mrs. Ceo Sonnlchen
Geo. Rknion discussed the ,
Mrs. Joel J. Robinson Mrs.
topic "Why Dq the Wicked Prosper
E. A. Buchanan, Misses Alice and Sept 24-Areme Club meeting
and the Good Suffer
I Grace Hobson, Misses Eloise and People with Mrs. Cussie Joiner at Hotel
Sorrow and PrIvation Mr S.
Mary Bradley, Miss Pearl Whit- Semlnole.Sept .
E. Livingston read from the Scrip'
aker, Miss Emllle Fredrick and 28-Homutead P.-T.
ture and Mr*. Showalter led Inpray.r
Miss Christine Hughes. reception1for\ teachers-at 8 p.. : ,
hi'Nevf RMg' Cooper: School .11..1 .,

Present were: Mr*. Livingston, torium.

MR.GIVE AND PARTY MRS.FOR CLOSE CHOIR Mrs. Ballard, Mrs. J. E. Davis Sept. 28 Woodmen'* See what 10,000 Rcxall Drug Stores:

Mrs. Hanson, Mrs. Showalter and meeting In the Woman' Club of
Thirty were present at the i iI
par- Mrs. Bradley. offer in the finest of school suppliesat
Homestead building. j you
for the
ty given young people I 1
choir ot the Homestead Methodist Miss Jennie Lobdell led the Bible Sept 26-Meeting of Redland l

Church by Mr. and Mrs. E. J. study of Circle Three which met I Ladle Aid with Mr Thos. Brewer. prices that you can afford to pay. I

at the home of Mrs A. A. Koest- .
Close at their home Friday evening -
Indoor games were played line. M,*. KoestUne led the devotional. Oct. Business meeting of the These savings are possible because in the K

Junior Woman's Club of Home-
and later muffins and
punch were
stead. Rexall Plan the middleman profits are e
ct\ed. Those present were: Mrs. J. J.

Present were the Rev. and Mr*. I MeLendon Mrs. H. P.. McDaniel.I Oct. 8-Woman's dub of Homestead eliminated. These
savings are passed on
A. A. Koentllne, Mrs Ivan Moser. Mrs. J. H. Webster M.... H. L. study class meeting with

Misses Antoinette and Helen More, 'I Brown Mrs. Casper Williams Mr*. MIN Jennie LobdelL the I to you in the form of lower prices. k I
Oct 15-Meeting of Woman -
Misses Grace Helen, Mildred and John Williams. Mrs. A. B. Slagel,
Margaret Field, Misses I Mrs. P. B. Bird, Mrs Koestllne. '* Club of the Redlands.Oct. I

Edwina and Mary Jo Marthll'l Miss Lobdell and Mia Helen Llvngston. -' 81-Social meeting of tho t

Mary Elizabeth Hanson, I Junior Woman's Club of Home

jorfe Moser. Miss Marjorie Redd, I; stead.
Circle Four
which met at the
Mitseie Nella and Ellen Suuls, Oct. 22-Meeting ot the Woman' -
home of Mr N. G. Ball .
Club of Homestead in club) The Dixie Drug
Miss Mary McNeil, Misses Mary mother quilt Mrs. F. Deltas house. : ,
and Helen Bradley Misses Estelle !
led the devotional.
Booth Miss Sept -:Rebekah district social
and Edna Naomi
Those present were: Mrs. C. M.i meeting with Liberty R.bekI
Dada, Mia Iva Connor, Wanetta I
:Redd, Mrs. A. S. Moye. Mr*. ah Lodge Your Rexall Store
and Aline Koestllne J. W. Bentley -
Cent Hunt, Leonard Connor A. Daugherty, Mrs. M. M. Oct 25-Men' Night and benefit !
Mrs. E. A. Ennis. Mr*. Mollie party at the Woman' Club of
and Rudolph Young.
gate, Mrs. Fleita and Mrs. the Redland I ,

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]Muds Brat and third WolmwtiiI THCRMIQUC 1

". m. American Lesion BM<. I TUB: HEATEKLESS METHOD OF>> PERMANENTYA1IN0: I l 4 Annie "Mayliew Fitzpatrick t

Wd poet eBre) South KratM Are,

ll,mMl ad, Fla.CITY .,,_..NN..w..NN..-1 I1 C 1I I Croquignole Spiral Combination". -$3 $6. $7 i I Graduate Oberlin Conservatory and Royal !r


MANICURING: : FINGER WAVE3--any style--I0Pat's


Has ier of any kind at any Beauty Parlor :

i &tint"**. Pate PHONE delivery 513-W gasra.i .- i 'send Flow Iton aide Phone U-R j I Redland Road, Near Biscayne Drive Phone 1422I

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Friday, September 20, 1936. THE LEADER ENTERPRISE raise Eleven

ilulllllllllllUUlllllllllli'lIilllllllll1l' CITRUS I LOSSES I National forest Land :

r In State Is Increased

a ; Gainesville, Sept --A total ftt .j.jI

1,018 acres will be added t three ,
: Tint insertion lop a line; subsequent tasee lea

: | MILLION BOXES, national of approval forests to of Florida the purchase as a reeult of- 8a ipso 1

n. following....tame ore taken _.._ these bands by the national forest '
teas from 01 41.0 0.- :
I. (00.".".. .....11..04 ...... II ISIS Storm reservation comretasion a report' FOR RENT HAND TUNING and repairing. 1
? M ... Ntk ftorMa a_ I| Damage In Coastal received by the state agricultural I I Good UMd planes fee sale chess "

t Counties Surveyed extension service from the U. S. 1-1\00 M modern unfurnished W. L 1fseea. 110'6. W. m St y !|

Sept 11,1915- : by Exchange department of agriculture In I house on Kromt Ave, iarato.I I! HEMSTITCHING while you walk r J j l

I ( : I Washington states. I Also Sister sewing machine and r*> ,
->"J. E.: Davis who has spent the I
Spedan--I 4-ROOM furnished la Red- .
p ummer in Nashville, Tenn., Is Tampa Sept It ( The following additions accordIng -|[i land Also | pair Mrs. Wm. H. Booth. ,
a 'tack again." I Citrus 1 losses In the as a result to the report, will be made i garage. I Cross from F. I. C. atAltloo.I .
;1 I! 20 to Oeceola National Forest to-ACRE pot hole farm land and
"Between sixty and seventy I! of the recent storm will not
I 240 to Ocala National ,, B-room modern house, garage WANTED'
I young people gathered in the exceed one million boxes In the ; acres I
W. M. Brodie Redland. (JOtf)
r ff chrsder packing house Tuesday coast counties" according to Harold Forest; and 7M acres to Apalachicola -

I evening for social entertainment." Crews, assistant manager of National Forest I SCARIFIED PINE LAND for : CASH PAID for fryers Mrs. C.

-"MIll Isabelle Becker will leaves I the Florida Citrus Exchange, whohat The national forest reservation : for rent. Fred Link, Homestead I I W McEwon, 18 N. E. 14th St., .

V.- here Sunday to enter a girls' college compiled the losses from surveys commission recently approved the (ps20) | Homwtead. (aH)
in Carolina." (Florida City) nude In the following counties purchase of more than a million I

-"C. T. Plummer left this week : Dade, Lee, Sarasota, Mana- and a quarter acres to be added FOR RENT-Store at M Krome 'RAGS WANTED-The Leader-

for a month or six week sojourn tee, Hilliborough and Pinellai. to national forests In 25 states. Approval Ave Large room In back Running i!I Enterprise will swap classified

In the mountain of Henderson-I Losses were severe In Pinellaa of the purchase of addi- water. See Mr*. Eva Collins. I advertising or subocrlpttons for
tional lands for Florida national wiping raf s. 7c m pound allow
vWe, N. C. County according to Mr. Crew,
forests was given I at this meeting. I I ed for clean rag, whit or color-
-"A but almost
very pretty wedding wa were negligible through 1 ,
FOR RENT: -Furnished apart-1 I ed. Knit underwear preferred.
solemnized at the Baptist the central and eastern const ,
parsonage sections merit Dr. J. R Tower, Home- :
Sunday, September the 12th' of the state. Grapefruit grapefruit lost in the above..... toad, Fla. '
at 8 ft m., when two of Home- suffered heaviest, oranges next. We do not believe there will be 1 !I REAL ESTATEREAL

stead's young people took upon' Mr. Crews' statement follows: much variation in these figure*,j FOR SALE I
themselves the bond of matr-, "A preliminary survey of citrus which represent but a small trac-i ESTATE-Those who wantto

mony. Miss Lorena Hughes became -! losses from the recent storm tion of the entire state crop. I FOR SALE-Bedstead* mattresses buy or sell Redland District

the bride of W. H. Vann,'' shows that these louses and damages *The storm area left some groves II springs, parlor suite, real estate will find up-to-date ).

Dr. Bale performing the cere-1 I were confined almost entirely less damaged than other The] porch furniture; !, chair, rugs, I listing in our office.\ Many of

mony. Th wedding party con- to the gulf coast counties and variable nature off,the wind, the china, odd pieces. J. F. Dych, these listing are still at subnormal -

listed of W. H. Vann and wife, to the Redlands District south of protection of wind break and I opposite Redland P. O. (po4) price We shall appre-
Thomas Vann James Vann, Mia Miami Reports from the ridge hill and the condition of tree, ---------_ elate either your Inquiries. or

Myrtle Moon and Ex-mayor Tat- section and northward, as well as all combined to produce more or II FOR SALE-Good milk cows, 10\\\ your listing, all of which will

um." from the entire east coast Indicate less variation in the tosses. There tested for Bangs disease and TB. have our best attention. Now U

"Among the recent arrival In very small, if not ne'llalbl.loue.." were base of 60 to 70 per cent In Also yearling does. Must Wit, the time to buy. B. W. Morris
N. Cuckey, Silver Palm Dr, '. associated with H. A. Cameron -
town, all of whom we believer "The heaviest tout were sustained some groves, while in other nearby -[ now
I Ice I. W. of Krome, Homestead. N. W. 1st St. in Citizens
"have com to stay" art the following In Dade, HiHsborough. Lee the losses were only light
at the home of Mr. and Manatee, Plnellai and Sarasota "The Citrus Exchange has Instructed "WI/ (ps27) Bank! Bid,. Phone 72.

Mrs. H. R. Prldgen a boy. At the counties, where the beat available all member packinghouses I FOR SALE Rebuilt Fordson ACREAGE AND GROVES

home of Mr. and Mr*. Lonny Information Indicate as much as throughout the state not to Tractor with complete NEW I CHARLES I. BROOKS specially

Home, a glrL At the home of 50 per cent loss for grapefruit and ship any grapefruit except what I engine assembly. $271 Redland In Redland properties.
Mr. and Mr it loss for In will meet all standard of
James Dorsey, a per cent orange certain maturityIn Motor, Inc. Phone 21. Purchaser are In MIAMI so
girl The attention of Mr. Roosevelt I sections of those counties. ) every respect, whether from (a30-s2D) I list with a broker you know to '

Is respectfully called to the HUlsborough County had heavy the storm area or elsewhere." 1 be a REDLANDS BOOSTER. I

fact that Homestead Is doing '1U, lone along the bay and coast FOR SALE -Guaranteed cheap I Send your listing, with legal \

best to hold its own." where percentages run aa high as Bride: "You can't expect me to mule Geo. Smith, N. W, 8th description of land. price, terms, :

-" A. Waldin. and wife were I I9 21 per cent and more. give up my girlhood all at once." street fp 27) eta Send postal and I will call; \

traitors at Miami Beach ,Tuesday.:' "Altogether the tabulations this Groom: "Oh no Keep right on I I or give full Information to J. R

-"H. H. Colby' many friend morning show approximately one taking your allowance from your LOST (Dick) Brook, Homestead.
will regret to learn that he ha million boxes of oranges and delL"Fresno Conservator. I. BROOKS
LOST-month ago, year old petI
been on the lick list for the past
128 N. E. First St. Miami ,
few days.'Mr. ." coon. Reward. Notify C. En-
and Mr. Castelow, with I quilt Homestead. (p20) with South Atlantic Mortgage Co.

')41'1. A. Brandow, of j
were guest at the 1935 V-8 MISCELLANEOUSRELIABLE J
Deerfltlcf.j -
Wednesday. WATCH REPAIRING.W. Nottr of AppUratHM for Tu DoodNottao M
-"W. H. Cast and to hereby ales that O. A. ('koio.
H. Wood, McCrory Arcade. ..... koldor M OMlrnM of State and County
J. E.: Reynolds and were a FORDOR TOURING SEDAN Tax CortI,..... 1>1........ was ass Use
jolly party visiting Miami Beach I HoWot at ApplkaHoa (or T.. Mod aid day of A...... A D. 1MI. hM IIMoaM
Naive k hereby rhea that J. F. and Cortlflrato la mr ....., and awn
on Wednesday. Allen L. .. mode fur la dead to bees
Last human aiolrno of gate application
Built-in Trunk; 15,000 miles; looks and runs I and Ooatr Tu o..u...... Numbered 14..os U aeoordanM :1'CePufloo. tow: laM
.. ...b_ the '011..1.Ih04 .. d, '
b 77111 and 7TIM. dated IM 7th dv of An-
Th crabbed: old miser, Roots like new. Ridiculously low for price of I tan A D. 1US hi*. filed.... Urtlfe.ula > .- ........ to Dodo r......,.
t 45 wa not popular with the hotel air 0<<.... and .... made appllMtioa Florida lo-wtt
for ta. test U .... thonoa la oeconUaco Brc 7M ft Ifl' Intotoortkia of
help. On day a colored bell boy with low Sold Cattlflralot: sob.,.. tk.olk.win. W L.... of F B. C.a/W ... *. Line 4OW
1 7r came ambling to the desk and said $ I ( dMrrlhod propntr, iltuotod la INS: *W>4 W ::1-kH. Mia. N lot
$695.00 lIMo County ,.10....., to-wlt! ft dm, t0 : .. B lln. otSWU
to the clerk: 'Cap'n de gentman Lot a. Ilk... t, New Him Croit. aItMukdn ol aw%. (. nlnni gold IS Use toW
in numbah fo'ty-five has don I! Plat Book IT for.. 4. In th. I, a 4t ...... M Mln. W to P. l>. ..

hung hUef to de ceilin' in de bath- livered Couety I.of Conti Dado, sac... 11I0.nY 7a1e1.FWlda,Th.M ICortirirau ... r.r.I.to %.4' IM IWU ft lylaaWlr W of W LI.ol. Ma., of

room." i _.....1 .f ..,.. p- under the mid to Sortfco II Tmruhlp
Preston B. Bird Motor Co. Issued was ID the rams of A. I M t'f. ::;.. II Coot. cmitalnlnK 14.IArm. '
"Goodness exclaimed the clerk
I B. W.I....... : more or 1_. la t... County ol '
I "did you cut him down?" I Lot I, Hlork t, New sneer Craat A Dad Btato ,
XmuM*. Plat Book IT. past 4. la the The aww...= ewperlr.ardor
"Nosuh the Phone 18 Homestead
Fla. !
replied; 1S boy.l I I of Dad, gas ol florid.' as *m- mid Oortlfleaw Ice th. saw..1I4.er..at .
"he wuzn't dead yet!"-U. Ii I .:11 Conrrieau No. 17 IM. The act I Qiairr.M. I... Unions MM Cor- ,
Tennessee Tar. i "am. of card property under the .1tIoo1I shad.. rodoomrd aMOrdlai I 0 10_. I
Cersitboto homed was i* Van some 0I"A- I tea deal will SON* M.tn50 M tow lothd.y I
S. w.lbrorkUnlw. I of ap t.mhor A. D. Lwa,
25 SQUARE MILES OF FARMIN'G LAND ;;; Mid CorttrlratM" bill k.Mil reheated I Dad tIib flea hat of Aiwiul A D, j
t I ...ordln'to aax dad will base thaws '***. ,
o. the 44 day of -. A. D. I.... B. B LBATHUMAN. Clark' ..f Clr.ult .
Dated t hie 2014 day oil Auee.t. A. D. 1926S. I I Court, Oad. County, florid. .
f !. a. 1.IATIlfIU.AII. Clark of l'I. By N. O. ltorr.lt, n ('. I
I cult Gwrt, Dade P1.rld.. Circuit Court seal' .
14 C. =, D. C. .A... II. Hi; ...... I. II Ml
c,.. CourtlaVoLAiv I '
; Cleared Farming Land ( M, Soot I, IS, i-), S7I .!, Walk. .r" A..II. toy TOO Date

In the Court of th. state !
I County Jude
of Florid.. Tat eo"I1..... Muslim. ... 14ISII. .to...
IM aB: MTATB OP JOHN J. HANLON. i tie llh day of AnsnM, A. U I.... k.. filed
DowoMd. Dodo Couatir No. "... ', xM CortlflriM In mt offl.., sod k.. mad.
T. All ('.dlr. .. UaMoio, Dlolrlkalooa, and ............ for ... deed a .law tMm-11 I.
The South Dade Farms Inc. has modern land. I All Persons H..... ClalM or Demand ._... with .... Bold C.rtlfk.t.. Son-
a :a Atalaot NOW estate brat" UK rollowln ataMrlbo4' irnorrtirlwM .
You and oaHi of pee ant hereby Notified ./ In Dad. CoMirtr. riorMa. ie-.ll:
sod required to proiint oar claim and do. I lot t6. Block I .. dubdlrtalmi. No
clearing equipment at the disposal of our customers K: and. which you or oltlin of r"" .U hanaialnot : 4, A auMn Plat ilU-it It ,... II, .to the
the estate of Joka J. Haaloa tow Ooutr ol Stow of PhnrUa.Tk. .
ol Mlanl Dado Coonnr riarMa, to the .__. of MM praOTt> n.*,
County Jude of Dod, County, Florida, at the MM Ortlrtr.lt bed wan la zee MOM
at a very nominal cost. Our equipment ka Rive la the Court Hnu .1 Huiml, I I tt u....... Unless MM Coot"..... okollbo
His FI....... withn able mwtM from the redeemed aintllr., M .... ton dead eta
M throw, of the fin aakllcatlM. of thai MlboMM ; bow Uwrmi W the Sea .r II A.
maims or _.a.h to .. (won to and D. IMSD.W4 .
handled by experts and satisfaction is guaranH prowntod o. armMld of sales will k.b.rrod. this ltk day of August A. D ItM.I. ..
.. .5.., Chapter 11N4 &.oWl of th.Itou H. LKATMCRMAN Clerk of Cw.ewuaU'
of Florida for the rw IUSTD.k1 !: == Florida.
o "-nrt ...... 18 OIL D r
teed. LAURA A. HANLON. Adialnhtratri
g (Ices. 12. 10, IT. 001. ... II. II...:Ko. II .A... M.; (.... *. II, H IT)

Work* of Ap.lk.Uoa for Ta DOM ,I 1'1..... of Appsalaw fM Ts-Deed -
ZTA Notion b hereby fives that Own O.oarot week* b .heresy at..s that up. trod .....
' rBank aids u draw of CIt, of HI. T..b hal44 a ..aass at City
,lV.a See South Dade Farms in the.First National I Slash Tax CortldoMo Numbered. lot, daunt I of.it.t.;. TAX c.rMbete ).omhrped est,
I .
fij the lot dot of JOM, A. D. '''1. bas tllrdMM ::1.- atb dn of "\-A: D least
CorurtoaU la mr .ITlc. and kMoo. 'I MM CortlflMto offkf and
for cleared lands. application far tai tad to boo ," .... mode apatlMlkM (or to. dead In hew
Building farming z i :. ... la acoord M with tew loidCortif thereon la _a.. with law Said
H km onhrM> ale ollowlw .. .dpropony I
attaaud fel Dad. County. Florida.LwR 1 f

: ItIS.! Mork t', KUIoak. lot .ddn.. d.-invited I 1
M tb. Oh* of Hialeah' console of Dade,
J Dace of norida
f South Dade Farms Inc. TM assea.e.wt of mid prprty ender 'r. 1
."" tk. MM C.n4i.ato b oid Seem ... Mid I Conlfbou bead was tax aaaw
of UnbM MM CorUfkato shall. I I." Vnkaowa. Unions MM' OrUflMoi whom
.. = aooordia to law, toa dWd niliMiid _...) to law Ui dead
: bra. tn.r... or. the rlh day d OotoB. will boa. thoroon .a the nth day of Boa.toMhor. '

First National Bank Bid;. Phone 70 Homestead, Fla. I =M.A.. _In.1086... 01 sopamMe. A. D. 1J6.. ". A.tale D.lies IM*..... ol Auu.t. A, l>.

"". *
I LEA71MIAH. Clork oC, II t. B. tCATHERMAN. Clort of fir.nM ,
I So"Chnwlt "..... flwMa Court, iMd. Couftr. Fhrida.
C. ........ O. 0. By M. C. Btffr.1 U e.
: Convert Mal Clmft Court .....
25 SQUARE MILES OF FARMING LAND (look a, u, H, M, OIL 4) Autv M, M: Bwa*. *. UV M)

.a %'* 4 .I'" '.. a ..... ,.r No- ''ee i i i..ik n ''I" ,h.- I I

I ..i h ,' ,)tlCt / ; .' '1. ,1.. t ell Ii .1 lI.fl- ,_v ,

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Pan Twelve.. THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Friday, September 20, 1986.

whereat Me actual production on :::r ,.;\-&kJ? .
; Hammer and Saw Sound as Efforts POTATO ACT the field he used last year may chit nn M Mr flnt .....-"'MM of
II have been enormous. tin wanes style ft htek llunplaf. At X
Made to Relieve Housing Problem MAY NOT BEENFORCED Grower are allowed to apply ...".":M UM R mm u I nuuulM- ....M. TketMirtit UM 1
tat tUoiroegt e* ft* bail of nauar S..berme......".sA W rI.. ;
( ;--- .g.of the yields produced on time wsa a k.i.d u.. has ladatteaevlvMaow k
Continued From PAp On tycr; grove on Welt Mowry and I the tract tot any three year, of : ".:.-rr: .. ',"
I C Co. building ha been reflnlnhd the house which cent of the yields for NOOT
ar are remodeling 75 per any "min nor." __ GriIl'ItIo 0ri0tI 1111'',
,, i on the outside and the loading I was on the place and adding a two :yean or 85 per cent of the ........ 'r star wrlwn h._ ewe to vIn ..
.. platform on the couth aide hai large front porch. When finished (Continued From Peg One) yield for any one year. .1iI1.anatme._ .to.Kall... Taabaskfar beeme of on f--"us",d .
been rebuilt*o that the front waft the house will have live rooms, a Mctlon coemet from the fact that The utmost confusion and consternation Hut M ........... 101_'.., _I..... *.!..
are of poured concrete. The plat- sleeping porch and bathroom. The In most came they farm different has reigned In potato and hiutrlnnri Uw riM look toinu....<.X ,play.... _This...'. Mrs fMt.wt .
: form will be covered and a portion alteration will coat approximately lands each Year, to give the previously -I circles over the situation, a* moat twlMiMr.. ,end ho MKk,Jter_h m..
of it will be used M a feed and raft The had made their COM Cairn mink tekool M Wuhlne.
2000. used land a potato grower ton. D. C., IfrHir. .im-iliiilMUi "*
Insecticide room. A Bulldog mixer Mr. and Mrs. Frank Webb are I yield-history of a farmer1 acreage arrangement for land this year but t shempkw Onil: the pass .only::u2
y with a capacity of IS to SO toni constructing a story and a ball this year may be nothing. and many would be on absolutely: seine followed...:' !. FloVM*tt. ml C'MI"Uu at bomb'I*
fertilizer per hour was installed concrete: block house on Last: Kings new land. The lack of funds to M the ROM SJowl, mwhl M< tM hum ,
hy the r. E. C. this week. FrankB. administer the law, therefore, yawn, twra, All>Anne >end., tmtUtt,
highway, which when finished, II Gellaher art remodeling and aid M.hfl id -. Ie being their seep .
Rue, manager, purchased the will have a bedroom and bathroom renovating the Interior of the rea- would not be viewed a* t major how M Play tile.... t*MM Men MI at.
mixer In Atlanta while he was on I by local Ame' ..,
catastrophe growers.
upstairs and four room and a taurant building that formerlyhotued addition to ear fkiiM. dr stun.a.dor .
hill vacation this year. bathroom downstairs, the Redlands CJ on Flag- rte.. hnW* ...... ..MM __.
.. .
I David Barnes I* remodeling the Construction of a cement block lar avenue, and will open It Sunday Sport Fans Follow ,.....My.a see w.to h.ll laprwp ontlBM lisle same.ammo in evert
j, upstairs and repainting the building lion building for Frank Andrew al the Green Lantern Restaurant. The American Boy i 11..Seoul. mt year vpOTt,.abawiptka" to ''I'HB AIIB1\r.
that house him transfer business of Homestead I* nearing completion '__ CAN BOY. TOO word BM.. D.IMK. '
on Flagler avenue and N. E. on the lot adjoining the Seaboard Mra Annie Nabora has boughtthe .Io to and tapr.w VON*a.tr .s..of...We......Ice... thouM robe I' Mtefc. Hack. with year same .and. ....'
__ ... _, drat II for a seer's MkMrtptlM S tor
First street The second story will Oil Co. headquarter on building at IS N. E. Ina ........1.thewi stroke forw.N we enlist wyeah, fad MM M seta Fast If Talwant >
> be converted Into two apartments I Flagler avenue. The building, 30 avenue from Cha T. 1'11I.1"1 ... aid of Ute .._'. lormnort mrlnr > *the. On nrimrlptln...w......to. n IM..B a..tanttnddtM ,.
: at a cost of about $300.r will house >4 play>n br luWrlblnf to THE AMUR-
by SO feet, a
IP'OCII'1ltore la remodeling it for a I'IOAN BOY MMMhM ..4 folU.ln. UM I
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. 3. Kopp of I and an office cult which she will open port* interview u4 flows. MartM thatppmr
Stonlngton Conn., who looked Mrs. Given Victor and Mrs, E. next few week over Florida for a year before deciding
to settle near Homestead, I. I"' """""""" I.'""""iM.minu.nnn. '"

J, are building a Jive-room house New Maine Irish Chase & Sanborn
on Richard road, south of Mowry, 10130)4Jq11 fly
on I 40-acr tract ten of which
1*planted in cltrua and ten in avocado Potatoes17c Coffee =
*. A front porch reaching entirely o d
across tt>* house, open into
the spacious living room which has
j a brick fireplace on the north side. 10 Ibs..----- per lb. ----.Z5c : .
There are two bedrooms I sleepIng .
.: porch and bathroom Mr. Any Cut GeorgiaSteaks : ;
Kopp baa an electric pump to furnish CATSUP
water, and be will UM Home-
stead electricity, 14-oz bottles \
Mr. and Mrs. Kopp have been
living at the home of Mra. Eva 2for-----ZSC Saturday Specials : .
: b. 1,
Modello C
Collins at but plan to -- --
i move Into their new horn In two
week Sweet Mix Argo Dry New Crop 2-lb. pkff. GeorgiaPickles

; Mr. and Mr. E. Oakley of North '

Ttedland road have bought twenGeneral -I PRUNES :l3c Beef Chuck

Rich Creamy 3-lb.can .
at.R0 quart .-fr9c :
0 able Fresh
i "
PI All GoodAnoui uL 49c

Spinach Libby'g or Golden Key 10 taU cans :

I : No. 2% can-lSc: : MILK ib.- - : .10 C ;

I II Gold Craft 59 C Calf Liver :

I Peanut Butter Wesson Oil pt.Can ::21c lb. .... .. ...29c '

qt. can 39c
Public Utilities : l6-0z. Jar -I.: 9c Sliced Breakfast

I : bag an as 25c BACON
DomeaSMd Phone 0-U Far West Fresh FLOUR

: bag 49c -41C :
Prunes -- ----
;. Plain or Self-Rising 24-lb.] bag me 87c : rlNo.

Let Us White PlatesBACON :

: 2 2 can -15C Red Chief per can y

1 RejuvenateYour Silver Floss Dog Food c 22CKRAUT

f Car ,. lb. .. .. ...

.. Wood Work Blue RoseRICE" 5 lbs. Phillip's can Georgia Rib .

f Body, Fender Repairs No2 can Jac ---- 25c Tomato Juice 5c Stew Beef

Tops and Trimming Meal or 51bs.GRITS 2pkgs.Corn ; '
I Seat Covers AU Flavors Ib ---"- a IOC
me 15c

Painting : ello Great Northern 3 Ibs. 5c Size 3 pkgs DaisyCheese :

Art's Paint Shop ; 3pkgs.IfC BEANS----19c, SALT-----IOc .

Ml N. EROMB: Acre Pink tall can White Eagle 5-lb. box

Steamboat Table SAUIONtOe Soap Chips 3.1c lb. e------ 23c

',01 : SYRUPPer Target can Spkfrs, Fresh

: HomesteadPUing Corned Beef--15c Super Suds25c Hog Jowl

11 on .59c
ga English 3 cans Yellow 3 Ibs.
I lb. .:laC'
-- -
PEAS-----25c ONIONS14cGolden
i Saniflush BulkLARD :

: Ripe 3lb .
I Can -- ----...
; For Plumbing Installations I. Bananas 13c: ;
Repairs and 1 Free Beautiful Picture lb. meme --,-141cI

i lion Septic and Tank Service Construe I with Lux Large TlrmLettuce, 'a, York ImperialApples Sugar Creek CreameryButter .



; .3 cakes -23C 2 heads ---15C 5 Ibs. ---- -37cllb.prints --2'c
2 MTOSita r. B. c ocror .. : ..


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