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 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: November 8, 1935
Publication Date: -1941
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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 )
 Notes
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: UF00087294:00045
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Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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Pare Two THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Friday. November 8. 1935. ;J


LIONS MEET AS Reports on Convention Planned I I: Win.In Batchelor Dade City Dies Saturday I has."Yei"What" a Of pretty course name, II's your not

'I For 2,500 Which Ended With 10,000 real name We call hci O..M
USUAL IN STORMDAMAGED'DEN1 I I Wm. Batcheter, who had tot because ihe'i always bn.'ulung. '.
been a resident o( Calendar.
many years
: Hew modest piano for a convention Townsend plan la deserving of I I jriortee City, died Saturday at sat I
of MOO persons in a hotel ball I open discussion on the floor of p. m. the men Inhere Dad*'
I room bad to be abandoned and the Congress. The state legislatureof City according tofwaa r received
scene shifted to an auditoriumthat I Oregon passed a Mil to memor- this week. Mr. Batchelor, GROVE
14 Members Pro- could accommodate the crowd laliae congress in favor o( the I I who was 89 yean of age, bad been TUEATRE
Enjoy
gram, Tran estimated at from 7.000 to 18,000,Townsend plan.Describing in poor health for some time, and I .
COCONUT OROVRShewT
was described Sunday afternoon I the Townsend plan was recently a patient in the Kendall -
by Candle Light to member of the Homestead and I a* more than an old age pension hospital. and Admission 19*
Redland, Townsend CM by Mayor plan-a plan to bring about economic Plan for a memorial service are Matinee Bat and Sea. 2*,
The LIon Club of the Rodland P. K: BIrd.who wa on of three, recovery In America, Mr. being made by the Bev. Edith gIeSp.Vs.FRIDAYSATURDAY.
District held IU meeting Tuesday delegate sent by the two dub to Bird Mid the Brooking Institute Tamblyn, pastor ofh.. Florida
night by' candle light in a den the national Townsend convention leading statistical: agency in this I I City Free Methodist Church of
damaged by water which had In Chicago Oct 34-27. country had estimated that the I which he WM a charter member. GEO. O'BRIEN
com through a door blown In by The other delegates. T. D. Ptehe people of the United States grow I The name survivors could to
Monday afternoon' storm. Only will and manufacture from It to It because ZANE Gurs
and the Rev. C. N. Walker, not be teamed yesterday
14 member were present but a speak at future meeting, which billion dollar more product than 'Mr Batehetor'i brother who live "THUNDER MOUNTAIN'
program wa enjoyed and business by vote taken Sunday will be held they consume The Townsend In Florida City was out of town. I
transacted as usual weekly Instead of biweekly be- I plan which would have each person SUNDAYMONDAYDIIRIADI
The dub voted to have the secretary glnlng wihhe coming Sunday. BO yean or older receive $200 Joseph W. Smith
write to Governor SholU The hour wa advanced from a month on condition it be spent I HOPKINSIn
of the Importance It U to the Red- 1 to 1 p. m The Homestead I during the month for which received Dies in Florida City the All-Color Masterpiece
land District that the city of Townsend Club Sunday will elect I la an attempt to bridge !
Homestead be allowed to keep a president to fin the vacancy the gap between production and Joseph W. Smith, retired from "BECKY SHARP"ARMISTICE
the rCRA fin truck salvaged from ,caused by the resignation last I consumption by Increased demandfor the U. 8. army a* a first sergeantIn
the veteran work camp on the :Sunday of Ernest P. Roberts, who, products said the speaker. Company C of the 29th Infan- I
keys and now In danger of being ,pleaded pressure of professional I "The Townsend plan I ta designed try at Fort Banning, Ga, after DAY MATINEE
transferred to Key WeaL duties. to CII'the condition that cause thirty-one year of service died MOV- NOV. 11 S F. M.
E. U Lawrence reported that Description of the Townsend financial panics," he laid. at his home In Florida City Wednesday -
$8890 over and above all expenses after a three-week Illness. TUESDAYWEDNESDAYFIGHTING
convention by national new services I To critic who say that any person
had been turned In to the Mr. Smith who wa retired In
andhpan't
contained "filthy lies, Mr. who reaches the age of 60
treasurer from the proceeds of the .old 133, came to Florida City with I
Bird said. Instead of "celluloid, saved enough for age
recent theater benefit and that ISO: his family a little more than a
collar dtiegit** there were milIIon.lre& has nobody but himself to.blame,
more would possibly be added to cent of year ago. He was fifty-one yearsof
/ .lawyers physicians ministers Mr. Bird said that M pet .
that amount when all. money had and representative of all the people 69 year old or over, age.
been turned In. conducted by lDUTH i
other walks of life he said and were destitute, according to statis Service will be }
W. L Flak reported that Incorporation SO per cent of the delegates were tics. He laid also that there are the Rev. Edith Tamblyn of the '=' CHAlLlnUUU ;
-of the club had been "nowhere near M year of age." 604 dUien in the United Steles Free Methodist Church: in Florida ..U
completed. George W. Turner "Four thousand, five hundred who earn more than 2,000,000 City at 3 o'clock this afternoonat
Jr.. reported that the telephonefor I clubs were represented," Mid the farmer He called attention to the the home of i niece, Mr*. L. O. ne Cleat Football Picture 01 j
Redland school would have speaker, "with at least one delegate billion being: spent for temporary Ctoninger on Palm avenue. An- the Be....
been Installed Tuesday but far the I each and many of the clubs relief which he said would haveto other service will be held at Fort
storm damage that required at* Banning where he will be burled
had more than one delegate and be paid for bJ'ntIa tIoo or revo
tentton of the telephone workmen I Turner Funeral Home has chargeof
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In addition many member who lution. The :I per cent transaction
elsewhere. were not official: delegate After talC, by which the Townsend plan arrangement. GUARANTEEDUSED
Miss Ethel Roberta and Mia ,the material provided for registering propose to finance the revolving 1 Mr. Smith I* survived by bis
Irma Griffin sang two selection : the anticipated J.SOO maximum pensions, would be an easier and wife, Mr*. Ethel Smith; three CARSat
with piano acoMnpaniment by I attendance had been used more practical way, be thought, : daughters, Ella Mae, Alice and
Mia Jennie Sue Roger Carl up he convention officiate. had to and persons paying the tax would 'Eva; a brother Charles Gray of,
Wagner principal of Redland abandon registration of delegates.'. have the comfort of knowing they Chattanooga Tenn.; and a niece the lowest possible
school and program chairman for Dr. F. E. Townsend, founder of were paying for- an annuity In Mrs. CJonlnrer.
November made a abort talk oa that bean his told terms .,
the plan name, their old age- price See us for
the new school band and school the convention that the fight of Mr. Bird said be had gone to Preceding the report of the delegate I
athletic the Townsend crab I* with Uw the conventionhalfbaked two little expression pupilsof
congressmen end senator of the Townsendlte", but that they baked Mrs. S. L. West, Barbara Jean Lawrence Bros. ,
j ROTES NEAR WED United States Mayor Bird said, him "good and brown" at Chi Smith and nAltman, gave 1;' .

The Homestead Rotary dub was I and Townaendites should not make "10. reading. :Ih a
given an account of the recent I their cause an.Juua Jn toeal. politic
Townsend convention la Chicagoby : *
Mayor P. B. Bird when It met 1 "What every one of us should do
Tuesday noon in Legion Hall Ia I let our congressman. Mark Wilcox -
know that hundred of his
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VISITOR DIES constituent down here are convinced
t that the Townsend reVolvi
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Mr*. Mamie Rebecca Culpep- >g pension plan merits his support
\. per of Miami died Wednesday after ." said Mayor Bird. "I believe
a short illness at the home of that Mr. Wilcox If convinced that a
Mr. and Mr Ceo. T. Oakes oa large number of the people he represents
Plummer drive. Redland. Mr*. desire Mm to vote for the
a
Culpepper. who wa M year old, Townsend plan, would do so regardless
was visiting with Mr. and Mm of his personal opinionof
Oakes when taken ill the movement. Senator Borahis
She leave a son W. M. Culpepper on record: a* laying that any
In Hlaleah. The body wa sent plan that merit the consideration
to Quitman Ga. for burial of M many people aa doe the

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mesas saw What snajis te ke is* new style tn4r |>e bM baring a
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b M doubt In my atM that me MM Dodge the sears te WaandSMMaMintoalyeiyMatf
tit Dodge bees ptoeoccdL. I have...
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seal? ta.llfrT dada MI toss wtab sack as w
millx f mntf that a Osilfi amiss the wy.. Dreg.tM1'--; FRANK B. RUE, Mr. HOMESTEAD FLA. i iel
some wit net*..*** and d.r MfabiUiy, bet I repast Out mi bass I
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1936 Chevrolets Marked Die master cylinder, whose piston I semWy to the wheel hub, aasurmg i yew* increasing the brake Wait
I Embody to moved by the brake pedal true concentricity. Long..., freedom I area to 1MV inches, 17 *q. bis.CetUnitd .
I from coring, and mere effective ( on Page Tai
Advantages in Style and Performance transmit pressure by a column I braking are advantage. claimed 1
of fluid to each of the wheel cylinders .
b for east Iron. 'I'M..... ...,-
is mounted on the frame.The JOHN a. BALLEt Pont NO. 41
New mailer and standard Chevrolet use a new hot-blait" process master piton Is one Inch In fact of the drum I* machined In
for 1831 embody marked,advance of treating cushion springs of the diameter while the wheel pistons deep grooves that form five ribs, AMERICAN LEGION
in styling engineering, and are larger to effect: an Increase of to promote cooling Mi*<* Brat and third WMUWM!**
disc and I more accurate) alignment -
performance, said W. R. Bird On the standard equally effective a AawrieM Legion RMf
of the release levers A rail- braking effect at the wheels. Front p. so* )
president of Bird Chevrolet Co. wheel piston are larger than braking la obtained by using Md paat.faroi fcMlh Krmne Ate,
type shifting mechanism the
The matter de-luxe, offered with on those of the rear wheels, to balancethe pressed steel drum,, which are one 11-.., Iha.
either knee action or conventionalprinting transmission with positive Interlock braking effect when In stopping Inch larger in diameter than last ".--"....".".-..-....-
has been substituted tor the
P ---- -
( he Mid. has been re-
extra weight thrown on
plate type formerly used Fuel
styled In Ita more important appearance I tank capacity formerly 11 gallons the front wheel give them great
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elements, notably by the
er traction. This arrangement
net I* now 11 A ventilated
adoption of a higher and narrower generator has been adopted prevent locking the rear wheels FOR MAYORI
frill of distinctively original design by themselves by heavy brake ap-
la combination with a new In changing to perfected hydraulic plication.The am a candidate for the office of Mayor of the
brake on both chassis 1
treatment of the hood louvre,
new style headlamps mounted on models, Chevrolet has adopted this I hand brake lever actuates City of Homestead, subject to the Town Caucusof
both service brake shoes in both
the aide of the radiator shell, and. hydraulic principle of brake actuation -
Nor. 15 1935. I take this of soliciting
Interior trim. to Ita own design Of brake rear wheels This connection Is means
new I,'mechanism within the brake : by flexible cable which operates be
the support of all citizens whom I may not
The lower priced standard mod.
I lever and toggle mechanism within
el* have been completely redesigned *,operated o the rear brake drums. able to see personally. '
In chassis and bodies. last
each wheel, a master hydraulic On the masters brake drums are
year the both standard in appearance differed materially and In-I I cylinder wttlr double opposed pistons of composite' construction, comprising T. A. FEASTER
I* used to actuate each pair of a cast Iron rim and a press
construction from the masters
; one-piece articulated brake shoe, ed steel web. The braking surface
thla year the two-lines are IdonU..1oal
in all major features of styling -
engineering and performance 0r
The chief difference Is only a
matter of wheclbaas.

.Outstanding among the many tIJ10w fnt
new features of both master and
standard models for 1J3S are perfected
hydraulic brakes; Improved
engines having higher compression A .
ration (, to 1), balanced car 1 \ 13\1 I

buretor full-length water jacketIng bi.THE .
and other changes resulting
in better cooling and Improved
gasoline and oil economy; and cro-
mod In. rust-prevention of fenders
and running boards.

Front doors of all models of both I
lines are now hinged at the front
The solid steel turret top, exclusive -
last year with the matter
models, ha ben adopted this :year
tor the standard line also. Spoke-
type pressed steel wheels, instead
of wire wheels, are used on all
standard models

Body Interior of master models
know marked advance la comfort

andjitvlf. An Important Jnnovi.r .. .
n"'1 ,found 7n .the"de.l.n of the .. .: .l. ..' ...
seating r. .J- ,;" .. ., ,. NEWCHEVROLET
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front arrangement of the 11., f' .tit' .' ., .
,: master coach and town-sedan. Instead ,
of the usual divided and .
hinged front seat of two-door : : '<

models, single seat cushion extends FOR 1956'
the full width of the car, ; .
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permitting three passenger, to ride '
comfortably. The ..seat-back dt-
vided, the right,side section being
hinged to fold forward over the 9QLCi7ddaw
seat cushion to open I passageway
)4 ;
to the rear compartment .i ; krted ahPI
'Chtvrol
t..'standard ""ode" for
1931 besides incorporating features
that appear for the first time
on the masters take their placeIn I
the line as entirely new models
with new box girder chassis frame,
more powerful engine longer
wheelbase and larger bodies. The r
line of body types has been In. etrAl.se Asvae.wo.e.I
creased to seven by the additionof
three models-the four-door

sport the two-door sedan with town built-in sedan trunk with, flail nanC'I'ID: fTWE Chevrolet Motor Company climate a quarter NO DEAF VJ:1n1J.AnOX

built-in trunk and the cabriolet.The I HYDRAULIC DRAKES JL century of quality manufacture by presenting OK MXW BODIES IT Flexes

standard model wheelbase, a. arsd eH .ee.rb..r seer....,.. Chevrolet for 1936-A only comphu Joao r* d tar. do red ae.ert/w eH _,.,...,. beau
formerly 107 Inches, Is now 109,: owre' too pi..d aer
e a ag
while Its overall length, last year This new Chevrolet Is the only car that bring you all

170% Inches, is 12 to 13 Inches I these good thing at lowest cost. The only lower-priced B

greater. Bodies are longer and car with New Perfected Hydraulic: Brake The only
wider :with more leg room, wider with the Gliding Knee-Action
lower-priced car Improved
seats. and additional head room. IMPROVED 01IDIN0KMC&ACTIOM RICO-COMPRESSION
Car weight 1* Increased 139 Ride.* The only lower-priced car with beautiful DeW i
ENGINEi
; pounds. Springing has been 'im BIDS 'Body by. Fisher. -new hip- preaaioa valve-io-bead VALVZ-IN-HEAD)

proved by the use of longer front w osier.wrens two o an 'engine! -solid steel Turret Top and many other Im te''a was 6sorIs. .0k ese
and shorter rear springs which ho s" sided
which smoother safer and
possess more nearly' equal > frequencies proremcDU give smarter, ,
and so Minimize pitch. nor ecoJMllD qllllOtoNa,. .

Ing: See and ride\alktanlycomplttolaryritejair
Side rail and cross members of SOLID STEM ....*.... :. 'SHOO STZERa0o
the 'new standard frame are a? of tVaoUTMOJ'ORCOMPANT.DETlOrr.Ml JCAN
TURRET TOP .., l-tleUimn4rtm rigid box section, a type of construction .3 :: :::
that has appeared on of a n '.a Intuit WurWy "'"' QM. .G Ai:;' -.t Merv-- .... -b.asr.Y .
costly European: cars but never before I'
In the low price field in this -
country. Although greatly Increased I >
.. In strength and stiffness, the ; All THESE'. FEATURES. AT $495 CBEVDOLZT'Si.OW: PRICESAND
box girder members,add so greatlyto :. :
the rigidity of the structure that
only three cross members are re ." TV LM (Tfc* ft Now (uMw* Caw M
quired. Then extreme simplicityof rilM. MI.MIM. WHk kwi .... wore lit. ed Ufloril
.
Uw IM. Fri" to *M MllloMU. *ICM .".
the frame greatly facilitates access as ....... atMbto ."!/. IM add.ed.1. PrlM> ...4ra
to chassis unite for lubrication Ikl WnnlMiwM ... IM M flhrt. Hkklmci. end
...._ M draw IUMM HM..,
and service operations.
Horsepower of the standard,
formerly 74. has been increased
to 7* at 3200 rpm.br changes in
combustion chamber design valve Bird Chevrolet CompanyPhone 4
operation, and earburetion. la combination
with en increase in com-
pression ration from 11 to t to I
to 1. 98 Homestead Fla.

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PAve Four THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Friday, November 8, 1935.I I

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TBELEADER-OIEEFRISE- I. THE MAIL BOXIIOMESTEAIYS I I THE LIBRARIAN'S CORNER I ,;,

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hblhthf'll Friday at Honte- I h I 1-1 tlttk
toad, no. br tin 8mrt Dad I BY ants It U BOW taultatlAS'ueaaI ,

Publishing Co. : NEEDS' I ... ,
moan you have read the children to t. Bird

DEN AKCIIER .' Editor Editor Leader-Enterprise: ..... Ttamfcm ....e w -I lleep Some folks think a poem a F44

WV wonder: woodlarder., .fnkiri*."'*: !*."-*t: f-r--e 06e.t.edq day i* almost! a* good a* "an apple i TordU

E.1I&eN..II UM null If we could exchange the appropriation '. a day1! U you have never tried ,
Mum March V II11. at the pentecTUe of t:4,000 for the park at You have been reading about it thi I* a good tin to begin And
at Itemkalead, florid*. andtf I N. ICrome avenue and Avocado "Seven Pillar of Wisdom I am maybe this poem will give you

the act .( March I, 17*. drive for a new library building, sure This book I* ealledltw.flit. something to think about;:.though
We need a new library building erary testament ef T 'E.: ,Lawrence it it not from "SUven Penatt: That certain Florida City COUTH*
BUB. race $taf A:TEAS a* everybody know Coral whose death ta a motor e* WAR CONQUEST eltmen are not popular Just now

Gables bat received ,000 for anew cident last May release*tbufceek, i These warrior do not' come In with the widbws that they are d VJ |
publication This It privlng- of tax exemption.. : <
for general
KEY WEST STASK', NEW library building. shining mail, ;
*
EDITOr If the Garden Club would make the same ot"Lawrence ot Arabia'and I They :have no purposes or high TtmL
: this book I* ana** from his, crude That if J H. Durranc wag witbaB
wish. .. flower bed in the park which book,from notes Jottod down, In earshot of the taxpayer
TIM Leader-EnterDrie much note Bid only bomb aed stench;, of meInr "
would add to the beauty of:
the publisher ofthe time or any. place h* could Wednesday night he got- is
till congratulate the any poison ass,,
city Also try to find; out I
Over-Sea find moment to write- alway* earful:
Key West SundayStar I a And horror piled against a barrieadei -
what became of the 8,000. appropriated aboufc- .. ..
writ
te
Cochran he had something '
in securing Stephen by the state tor beautlflcatlon -.. '
a Slngjeton a, editor ot the Dixie highway, and' never bad to seek foe a topic. I I '1'bek.1oeto blaoj.men who.,, march That Homesteadnow, -haraomtl

Mr Singleton hat won a warm 'we It the CCC cannot finish the James c.:. bnyv ot,,ther:J jw.York with,naked, feet I really- ajoed. eatiog.. .. Plant V.
pine In the hearts of many read- beattnflcatlan this wint.r. Sun, says it i* "the- greataat book; Aa far above, that btuuuurifoarien w
cm of the Leader-Enterprise by that ha come out of the war Yw crew, 'J.1iat'j"lea ,., to _'the*u mw
It the Chamber ot
perm and ar'tlcktI contributed Commerce may read this book foe the. ex* Walt silent, with *ahlrwinge-ou- hang: smile that ll hl*' me eye off
Roto and Lion will not Join Ingetting
through the yareadby-: col, citement of it* story. but U you spread the praepeoUveoffioe holder wha4
lima. Just Mora Talk", which an appropriation with the are wise you will also read it for In obscene- pageantry .,alnai. the he. Greets you these day. *
help of BenltorJ'Jether and Congressman W
ran for many _" I the. excitement of- Its, style." blue. .see
Wilcox widen add
to
And Fannie Butcher of the Chicago Francis Elliott.Mystery That DO one hat more trouble f;
Many of Mr. Singleton poems the North c.nallnto town.
: deepen
Dally Tribune who know their yes editor. A cub reporter1put ;.
dcnl with the Florida K yi. Per- We need such a connection with
book and writers of book lay: SolvedA th* wrong darkey in the wrong
hapa the moat quoted one, la the tie bay, and we might be able togets I ,
I I garage last week and
following: I Then i* perhaps once In,a g.n- perplexed porter was explaining the make-up' ,
a martnevhospltal or some eratia a beak whtotl 1* to- stupendous an unprecedented situation to man put a goat club. Item in the :
THE FLORIDA KEYS other federal building Having so heroic In word and I I the Pullman conductor. society columns.If ,,:
the water connection would) give
deed that our puny adjective wilt 'But captain the atepladder
Southwest, southwest are flung ua a pert otOW"OWft.tbecltJC afbnJ It*fire . Such a book I missing: who took It? And why? yon have died, mend, +,
.
The emerald beada that mean If commission would ap la li! K, Lawrence "Seven Pillar And how?" eloped, been married, Mid
So little to thee now, 0 Florida. point aviation' committee to oat,
an
of Wisdom" it I*-masterpiece "But who would want to steala been shot, been born
And yet, when they are cut obtain some of the planee that are of life that'transcend Ulteratur" I II Pullman ladder" expostulated been robbed had eanthteetd
And lit with gold, and strung, : due, the tint of December for I Yea, we have. this book. In out: I the conductor. been gypped a baby,
gone bnthovsei
And nations bow before i training: Till would' give HomeI.tellel' It ta not something, writ i "
I library "L don't know, but the* gone, bought a ear, been visiting, had
Their matchless 'beauty- I field national publicity ten, about Lawrence; : it1 11 Law- responded the porter omnpaay been courting. stole

Then anal be lung I I It little pushing would nothelp ,rencetf In his norm words At this Juncture passenger occupying anything, sold your boas been
thanks to thy Creator
Thy
to obtain a new port office
berth for the
Want ta read to the an upper nakebltten
some poema eat a new tooth,
Who did thee thus endow.BILLBOARDS .
; building, and obtain the tree delivery children Take "Silver Pennies"home first time overheard the conversation bobbed year hair had aa open

I, service we are entitled to. with you. These: are poem parted the curtain and remarked alien. been, bee la
I U the city would take over the Item everywhere. You will like genially: a fit hi, gone= or done .J

All het up about billboard' Edltoi .. completion of the hotel on IT' them *o much yourself you wll I Here porter you may use mine oar hing at all can an-_
Schmidt of the Forest Newel Krome avenue Money could, be keep right on.reading them after I won't need it till morning."--ExBinnr want the newaKxelia....

Reg uter. took the pad off hit hammer I'obtained from the federal homing
fund We are badly In need of a
and slammed away with thla:
Ah what a progressive bunch I I tint class hotel. We want the m'fLcmID1r.fIl I! .H. S .-t.I w- 1
there li la Forests tourist They want a good hotelto _
live In.
How they Invite Industries
to come to ''their' fair cltjrt If we all work together we can '
obtain IOI1\8<'"' t.MMI.. ,1
i law >&ItJf .
What pride, what. en.
Homestead wM be on ot the finest
forcement, what' a vast accumulation '
cities In Florida .
of public iplrlt
Oh what'a paradise for the A. READER:

Bign maker Nov..4, 193Vif

All you sign' maker and I .

painters that need a uttte, i a young oath: ft v Alt ten. all

spending money, Just come orr Would a yoOng rat be a ritten
over get a few orders out of J
the candidates, paint a sign, If a person who spends la a spendthrift -
then let It out on the court- .
house yard Would a person who-lend* be A

Do we care! I lend rift? "
Lw'd'net It drinking tow much make a

It's election year .nctwt don't- I drunkard,

give a damn about nothing! I Would thinking too much make a

Well anyway, we don't allow thunkard .s t

them on our courthouse lawn. 'Still I'd like to ask in conclusion: iy9 1k. '

And by the way, did you ever'i, But why pile on the confusion '7/.1.
ace a man carrying a billboard If a chap from New York a New b '+
undo i till arm* No Did you ever j I Yorker MAGNlflC.NT'TlMJAN ,, t oC

tsey u handbill on a reading tablet I I i Would a fellow from Cork be a (I" TJ.SfW / f

No Old you ever we a picture of Corker ,
the new hat you--want com Into I
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the home via radio? No. Did you I II. :
ever see a. live newspaper thrown' I. The Uevher was giving the class .. A GlY SGDIII has ..a

into the wastebasket without being;I lesson on the evil of drink. To ,tXCUT GW fES7YVC ,yw
make the lesion
so Impressive that
read No. That why advertising OCC4SVNS
t
in the Sun bring reaultaMUK .- i the children would not forget, she s ,. i OMAalreR

islppi Sun Charleston, Miss decided to demonstrate, by; experiment 'I '.
the effect of liquor on. a
living thing On the desk before ;\)
WHY NOT* tu.r II'II' II II7/waJ/ j
her weretwo
I empty glaseee- and !
two bottle, one eft whit ate _
(TheCorae* let the' son e'e1' a :
supplement prepared by the pupil I 1 I plained. contained plain drinking

of' the- nth Seheeli bi the (bred water and the other, liquor Ina i 'It
conaaustaity of Hillaborougb.Cwu.I small'gttsr Jar on the desk.weratwo 11
s ejuirmjr Worm Pouring- r 1
ty Florid, and. printed In the
Plant City Enterprlae The following from ere ot the botch> into. the 14. ,
n U taken from-a recent "'ue.) glace. she said, -You see, I am 1 4! 40 0, ,
I now filling this glass with liquor ,
It a female duke la a duchess Next -ah*. HIMth other glen ,'
W-*Mr'a'feme* ape b to a sp ch- from the water bottle With a \\\1i1\:
"I? I I pair oT tweeaen she now drew ;\)

If a male Pan it *'gander, one ot the. wriggly worm out of ,.-
Would a real moose tie a snand the Jar and dropped ,It into theglaaa .

+ aI"? I of liquor No sooner was I,,',
the unfortunate worm drooped Into
It the plural of child ta children, I' the liquor than it puckered up I, f

Would the plural at wild be wlldren .!t, into a shrivelled man Mid lay \ ..
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apparently dead at the bottom of } .'
It number of cow ta cattle I the gins while the one In the glassof ..,r

Would a number of bowl be battler ; water swam about seemingly and oriental fareffecV: the TURBAN Tb SPANISH ktACXEREL tat gone* aad.". "'10

enjoying the bath The keen interest It ate .f die,Inoct' plctarosuu faatar-: *t the toed lib ef th..higlteatdegrei h seeds nea ..11....

It a man who make play 1* .1 of the children highly please dross ofth*. Florida Seminoles) OAc worn act I the sarfiw where K etgerl take artificial "

playwright. I ed the teacher; but la order to ned eonsUatly, It I* now seldom -Md, except bait Battalion erttanrmoie along-then older ::
who make be make sure that the moral of thehownwe during Important occasions etkbratloD. It I abort .
Would a plan hay ahaywrlght j or daring winter, but: to March and. Aprlt J
? I net lost IMftltM upon usually mad by wrapping shawls or baadkorcblofi schools ertbom enter the leases and passes, whore "
Johnnie to tell the class what h
If a person who fail la a failure' learned from the many time erwndo bead and snoring they afford! doe sport It U usually caught along, .'j

Would person who quails be a; With an theconfidence experiment of one than. to, ohape- by. a bud* sometimes mad." of both the East and West,eoasta of Florid by. trolllag. ., l

quallure : mite know his book Johnnie an. beaten silver Tbs whole p..ta.rUlant= Fishing for then I* don mostly en the flood t

If the apple you bite h bitten. _red promptly, "If you drink btnatioa! and hover fall to. attract aaosual Me but often very acesful ea, the last: of tear

Would ta* battle you fight be fit- liquor, you wont hive WOI'JIIL"l1Ditrd tion ebb. A six pod Mackerel,,trochees "sheet V t
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; ,. lavember8-1 9Xt. ..THE..LFAPFfr.JEUJXEEPEISE ,Pate Five


ty forW.p1encHd.-otk.n.food "suing'year.AfWr I Pageant to Be Feature ;
preparation contest gave a QUI on the busUtees was over,
her .-n.-t .1 inoe: he tIN been pNtMenl HtnTMhrlcfc expressed I Of M. E.Se"ke SundayA

.Homestead .High Scooo) News a member Mrs. Creggar of Allapattali Ow uomssjIUss's ppreeiattDAl

saag. to Mr. WakcfMd ler the dottghttuljupper pageant, "!'he. Challenge of

atanor OegU CoII.ConIIN"1: I the Cross", will be presented at
By IJCeiA IRTUC olub work for AH indications jxunt to I auccessful the evening servlco hour uf the
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--, --NM-NMYIN ""INN.wxM I for the Homestead
--'--"- George Hawkins -, year Hormatovd Methodist Church by

The senior class wishes to welcome Those present were: Alta 'Webstertienrlette County&UM M ,talk on .his poultry I chapter of Xutun Farmer the Young People's department
Margaret t .
Hartman, -- --- ---- ---
W. Hi Carter from Mel- project.Theprogrem.flar. : Miss Melon Field will take the
bourne, Fla.The Berger, Ellen Vane Cecelia Harp- Fall AUeadance AfarlsY
I : thatwas from i part of Evangel; Mia Grace Field .
( abut regrets the loo.f one er. Bather Pope, Marjorie Redd, WaahingVM where the band played ung I Classes the first disciple; Miss Marybell
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pupil, Cvelyn: Camber. We an WeUte Mae Martin, Mn. IT T. Mar- Miss
and ...-1.eupoke. Olbbs, the eeeond disciple;
tin Mn. W. t). Orinr and Mss
wish her :Junk and happiness In ,
Then wrra iforty-eeven youngpeople Ira Connor the third disciple;
bar Juhue life. Field. They 'had a lane time I' .. ; at the evening asserting of Garland Wynn the fourth 4ieeiple. 1
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there tnflUng candy with battered the Young People's department Bennett the .fifth
) ; W. i ,
The junior made fudge lit he borne Naomi
the merchant sad electricians for By -.1Ie&t Sunday the sixth disciple
DaVis. Those present weie: fv! -.
their splendid oo-eperathm duringWholvasaiveL The prllrU'41M111t Sunday evening -
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Naomi fcavte NettaSauls
lyn Pope, ,
"11'he1111ee thank Mr. I will be on "Weeds". The public -
Frances Lott lire The erreeutive tomtuittee members -,
Orpha TJmIUB
; Ali NEW
Kheney and Mr. Carney for their its :invited*> hear this wo- ,
Senmll, Mottle: .ar_, :Morole'Sege of Hhe flonwrtead chapter of j'
cooperativnin vetting hem haws' Wyers. Eflte aoth..d Melon '' Filature!arguersot America "were I gram whhthwUU be given alt 6:SO.. WITH HUGE.CIRC5USMMI
the 'tbeano ...... :trite carnl'al' Attendance uttthe roemteg.eesjskm -
Mr: Xbt awed entertained last'Wednesday'nightby :
: diey. candy was
ant ,a.fcig eueceas and the junior as Bates' far iMn. field's hexes Mr..T2co.V.. -WSkeTleW, local'tiepteeadvtesr : of the Voting People's meetIng With ...114... dwhis.k.efh..ar.w
mines eppreoteteathe cooperationof also was good lastfiunday.vnd hod .- 'rein/.N bare 001a %
room booths M the carnival. who.gave them a I _, Jiaww M ........... J0011, .r01eana.1.
the pupils and members at. he. chile supper. .Immediately' after I the Young People's Class won the: ..d Ire._......._..... .,,-. ,,
town that helped to make it'so. banner tor.halilnc the higbast.yea: end shr.-.a "I.- -.II&.
had
The ollo,.' physha'i 'eaucationteatfherveports the supper The committee a outage of attendance.Miss Esther: .rrtm Ia Mi.w1 N.v. II aM d 1.r _
business .meeting to discuss tone I agent 0.d ....-*'-
Jan. JUeld'e -sophomore ..classTOleoraetto ; the following-% important batters : LIvingston Js the teacher at :the, ",.. a..i.e ahaw.a'thwth 55...
per bent.f the toys-can swim ISO welsometo ,.. this
olaas. All young people are .. _. fowt M -
It Msl-
inkM Csrsen Thecommittee. tackled one tot ...... m./-e camas.A .
feet qr more; 41 boys twesed theswimmer attend. Ir.ee. 1..1. a whams
aim from:Miami Xdlson High and Allot end M boys the big Jabs of the 'ear-the mapping I II' ....mgt111'. __ wad T'nnw.l4raowt 1
Cloe Carter from Melbourne da.llm. .' the beginner's; teat. lfewwill passed out of a list of activities tor !.
Field'class won a dollar for be .baskeUttU-game between the I'! the year. Those listed by the conv.mtttee .I Roseate Spoonbills ... ... "" __ eM 11 pnoemo le'tadias
a
100 In the1"1'. A. drive --.IN... SWUM. Is. agent.d
making
faculty and the .bit,.' basket ball : so tar are: licappear Florida rmah Irma tl.rw'r are this W.I .,.. 'heI
Mrs. Johnson's class -regreU the 1. To thrift club ,In IA this.rM.a,1
team to open the season Theodore I organize a I I 1 I .
Jose of one pupil, Ted -Cheyney, Franklin, Cat Smith and Manuel the chapter. e Tallahassee, Nov Reports: I T.xr.naFllal.m.M.. ...."'., .... Po hthe
who has om.veet0 Miami and if i. To entertain the winning; the presence of a flock ef a.- own I ......... _..., The. '
Hancock show Interest
exceptional .__ ... W.II..n.
W
attending -school there. Mr*. In basket ball and they ,pick up chapter of the U. S. In Homesteadat I roseate spoonbills seen feeding In I II Iwyal.a..a.kis. t........ ......."'". rMlii,r.Ir"u1She' 1 '
Johnson, as you "remember gave Christmas time. the bays back of Zstero Island, two rut'wrl.l r..dy ..'r'.- wr ,
fundamentals quickly. They Win I ,... ..arwn.d Waslendlmup -
Yea
aw y turkey it the carnival. Before be prepared to tart next week :to I 3. To plan for the' Homesteadchapter's I and of another seven enjoyingwhat luf" ,bars.of high -l" hrllkr. the oimU.rkn
that time the was heard to goodwill tour over the I Tampa Bay shore has to offer I fly III .ant
remark that she 'had "turkey on' play. 'state of Florida to visit at least In the way of food give rMI I Ml ra.M. ;only Uw iiIrT M' ln I". nn-nmplUk OMIMO. with. Iw,,\M4j-<.lye<
the brain". When asked why, she I five chapters. i+II to the hope) that this once beautiful : half 411' IMMMUU to a .......'. > n4calrh
:Mr. Wakefield the Future (....... h. "fAt I'.>''
gave iht Flylnff ;
1IIoW"'ch1ldren ,
said, "Today Aid, 4. To have a camping trip. bird, all but exterminated ls olliMo. onl, *rtl M ..his.. (..- 5
the bell "has rung, pass your turkeys Fanner -executive committee a I 8. To give an F. F. A. party i staging I a comeback in that sectionof I II w.,4 ..aa.MruI u. Mw tight win 1>nr. '
forward':" chile .upper at the club houseThursday .... *..P .fctar Wr l
.the commission ml lies
once a month. Florida says j. I.Ma MMo" gre fire kunltaMore .
nightHomestead I 6. To set out to earn $500 of game and fresh water ifish. ..d II..... .harass pw,1.dlea, ...... am ,

Mr. Blackburn' plan I* beautifying -.; ...'i through co-operative projects. ,I I In early-days roaeate.apoonbills t/wd.. .1.at.Ile, .."no....., .Jaa..tt._ .._.. ._the,-aah.f +
its home nom with picture, 7. To organize an F. F. A. federation were lound in numbeni 4n the' the&W_- __.., ... _-a

plants, flags, etc.'T'hestudentsof. High 4-II Club southeastern part of the state and C'I-\'.Mu..w... B.f"'::I .a.INw m.rh =
fly Leila Little 8. To hold a leadership conference in lower numbers *s Jar Meet en anew. a_ a.MM..f II.. .... .... 1.w4
:The.ptblic speakIng "at the Clubhouse. the gulf coast side as Abe Oloduim- III 1f_ _- p-.w.r.,
I which is a _M the ...... .el..r Ie
classes have,found.thamsBlve*,. SUM VALKg eN KATIONJWL' : 9. To try Jo .have.an average of River, where ..asmall Cook of 1 this 11.4441'.4141Ads.' .
lacking In 'the proper gestures to RADIO Bon three projects per :boy duclng the them .appealed -in .11)18. Ot 'a,1

be used and are now working. to. year. ,,beautiful rose pink color, Gveseoroe tviii feck The Dnfle and him B a.hdounV 10. :To try to have. an .average epaulettes dl carmine-and showing Twww 1\tore'Room\ ,
/irls 'hud ,chain Of one of .two and js hatt acres in cropper dashes of this color en under tail
Thta week the pupil were CIO half hour of National Farm and' -boy.It and wing aovevta, their Increase in'II Mere pee< More. .&r
Wlesed Jroraaobedl Monday Hone moor Mt Saturday ever To get each boy to'have-ene i numbers la Florida would Add 1mterest -.
to gse....'is *;UU malt'parwili'' VUQB.' livestock projett for lovers of wildlife, whether -
to prepare lor the storm that occurred .: At the beginning of the program;: 41. We have mole .aid dnenaber I Kbeee blade ware seen standing'

that afternoon. Due to the; Califosnia Iliad 18 minutes 'duding' explain to a new member the way I I I along the shore munching" their, 1936 PLYMOUTH
destruction in Miami, we did not which a man that was Interested in the chapter Is run. feed of insects, fry and crustaceans '
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have vechoal Tuesday; .but Wednesday club woric poke The program 13. To .sponsor musical j>ro- er silhouetted Against the
as luck would have it, was then given to the local stations. -, gram some Sunday fternoon. I azure sky as they fly with neck See it today at r
we :-had to comeback; to echodl Mrs Mary Tracy Cartoon: The foregoing list is only the and legs extended where with
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school and also monthly test tah girls of Dade sang 4-R[ Ae-,I that the chapter will base to mot ,I inches they -form a never-to-be-'
week. Many pupils have forgotten I titt)"" ..nd "On the 'Good Trip to out and carry out during the en- forgotten picture. !
their .review. I! Tallahassee". Mn. T. V. Moore i i
--.:... .' gave a 'talk on 'the opportunities

We are looking forward to the H-H clubs offer far the members.

idea that we might get our report Miss Ruth Gresham caw a plano
card next week, although we may I solo, "On the Lake" 'She Is from

not wish to carry tome of them the Auapattah club. I
home. :3Ilas lidbecoa Brown of Palm

Beach County who as the state's I
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On Thursday night of last week healthiest club girl won a trip to j I
a group of girls went to the,home the National Cub vCongress 'kiChiqagoand
of Mn. Carl field to make taffy won llrst-m the coupr -

.> Margolis: the econom. 3 Norge hat the.depend
... n AIJ 1 1 foal nfricerator to buy able nwohaiuam. The
J sad so_ .- ebeII elusive KolUtor COBS-
Woe and unfailing cold en pressor, with but three
'j courage economical qu n- ilowtynTOvlngparts.1stity (
buying.: Norge uses to powered to make more' cold
'6RAND.IM 1 little current that :you than you'll ever D.eclola
J ,; scarcely notice the difference almost everlasting.

IV. _j jI oavour light bills. Norte blacked by a 40. ,

EVERY PURPOSE fieraela the -... 4 smile ondalles"c .. ,
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I areas rcMMortoc.! the Boa....Ub.fifteeA mammoth !

Interior arranged to ac- factories in four statts.
'eommodate the widest possible Norge it distributed by responsible -
variety of sUes and .......t.. re-
t I shapes. tailed*y reputable-dealert.Cmtpart .

; 'Ylau..t "posse tgiesdng (citrus, O every way. Cmnfmt psr Hneeooomy(
tIJ-mallnl = ,. Ctmfart mMtnltnt mmntHHmt .
i ,rtmok.i,9., flowers ,grass or ornamentals Ins dabs tht Mme tt it
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t, .you'll .find .Gull Stand to suit Toro ,exactsled. t=: ul dl.. ief' ...-= ad.. T Ad ; "
him *_ 0 Htrft WINORGI- boll.
instarialsalway has ( Sea mu
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> perfectly blended. Gull Brands as-

MIS:tow.elope Abe jnaadmum to pleat pod !

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Six THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE FHctay, November 81935. : ..

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IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIJ! I 1\111I11I11I\ 1 Homestead Begins Christmas Seal I Lodge Invites Public dell Sunday stayed till at Tuesday the park lodge aftcrnofljR tttAt .

To 18th Birthday PartyThe
white the warden, Ill:. Atkii

'! 20 Years Ago11I1111I11I11I111111111111"111111I11I11111I11I1 Program for Tuberculosis Assn. smote i;UNM.A.s1 iHHtretfcn bong went to Mrs.West Atkinson....Death who had to I I

first activity of die coming; and It Is only through countywide to hener vt the 1Mb Mrtk visiting there.
Christmas seal sale program to co-operation that sufficient day anniversary of the Homestead I ,i
this section WM commenced this funds can be raised to continuethe lodge of the Independent Order of t '
TW f...../.. Mnw ,an oak". week wltfe.the arrival of Thanks work. Odd Fellows to be held Tuesday: Local Baptists Plan
...1. 5.. a1..4. the H.wwl.ed for Health at local The speakers' bureau to serve night at 8 JO In the I.O.O.F. hall To Attend Assembly
ll-wpo... MteklufcHl ..... li, JIll programs
W 1M 09.46 rkwids _.... schools. These programs are in with the general committee I* beret -

the nature. of educational playlet composed of representatives of: The lodge wu organized In Ian A large number of Redland 1
Die ,
New t, 1915 and pageants to be produced in various men's organization of the: with the late B. A. Tibbits a* noble trlct Baptists are planning to at.;,' 'V Jt
Homestead and Redland elementary county The group includes Fred grand. X. S. Capllnger, C. T.
tend the Miami
-'Ur. Turner wife and children Baptist Association
and high schools during High Miami Lion Club; Frank Fuchs. Sr., B. F. Collier and the "'I
formerly of Baltimore, arrived this I to be held at the Fort Lauderdale "
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Thanksgiving week, preliminary Lautz, Miami Clvitan; Dr. P. J. late O. W. Moon were charter
week to make this their future Baptist Church, Wednesday rThursday
to the opening of the sea) sale to Manson,Little River Clvitan; H.O. members. A. O. Cain Is the present
home. have and of
They recently bought Friday next
launched Retalick, Miami Rotary; Dr. 8. noble grand of the lodge,which
be Thanksgiving Day.
Grutiback Red- The Rev. C. N. .
the place, weat of Walker, '
I Mrs. C. N. Walker of Homesteadwho R. Alderson, Miami Acacia; Dr. now has (0 members and own the
bud" of the First Baptist
I is a member of the Dade, A. W. Walters, Miami Beach building in which the ball 1* lo.
-'Mr. Potter arrived here Friday Homestead, I II clerk of the
Tuberculosis Association I Lions Bernard Clark, Advertising cated.
County ; ,
morning from Connecticut, tion.
board adds her plea to that of Club; and Samuel S. Me- The Rev. J:. L. Weldenman, pastor weell.l'
and I* glad to fet back. He 1* at I
once getting busy and arrangingto I Charles C. Sharmon, general Cahlll Harvey Seed Post of the of the Independent Evangelical STILL CATTnUEDConstable :

put in a large acreage of wintervegetablei. chairman,, for full support from American Legion. Lutheran Church in Miami, Joe \ .
." citizens of this community in the will be the principal speaker and
J I I Deputy Sheriff Tom Vann
-"The Baptist Improvement Society I I pending sale.According .to explanations made To Get Funds and Labor his topic will be: "Odd Fellowship ed and destroyed a "-
and Relationship to the
t met with Mrs. Ralph Edwards -
To Reset Damaged TreesContinued liquor still with 44 barrels
of
by Mrs. Edward B. Qulnan, executive I Community". H. B. Seattle, .
Wednesday afternoon, II
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mash, which they found Tuesday
of the association I
ladies being prevent The next secretary I chairman of the arrangements "I!
the annual Christmas seal ( From Peg One) I afternoon one-half mile east of "
J meeting will be held with Miss committee, will act a* master of .
I sale la the sole mean employedby roosted calmly in her suspends ceremonies. Krome avenue and a mile south
Zone Selfert"
the association in raising funds auto tire throughout the gale. of Coconut Palm drive. A negro, r\< ,
-'A hotly contested election to I Damage to power and telephonelines I Punch will be served throughout Frank Jamison, was caught and .,I 7'J!: '
fill the unexpired term of Frank the) evening.PARK. .
waa not severe. Thanks to I turned over to federal authoritiesfor :
Bartmei held In last II. II. S.Basketball Team
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was Tuesday '
the auxiliary plant In Florida City prosecution. t
Fred Loomis winning over acting Will Begin Scrimmage Florida Power and Light consumers SLIGHTLY DAMAGED \h'fll''rf

Mayor. .Redd" by a bare plurality there and in the grove districts I Monday's storm did very little ""When Noah sailed the waters blue '' :
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Scrimmage will start for Homestead -" had current restored a* soon damage to Royal Fatal State Park, He had his troubles same* you, '
-W. W. house
Tomphion'i at High School basketball hopefuls a* precautions had been taken Mrs. Ora Neff, member of the park For forty day he-drove the Ark ..1' "
the mill about two miles from
taw next week, after three weeks against loose live wires. Th.Home.tIad board, reports.Mrs. Before he found a place to park.. s
town was totally destroyed by of drilling r/ffense, defense fundamentals
business section had Neff and Miss Jennie Lob- -SelectedIn
fire on Thursday. aiid training rules. current back on at 11 o'clock Mon- I :J ,
l -"'The Dade County Quarry Co It A number of last year's first day night Restoration of current ---- I'

J going to begin operation thii team have not been showing up In the residential sections followedby
week. We wish them success"i well in practice and are being Tuesday night A crew of 51 :

(.Naranja) crowded close for their berths by WPA workers was loaned to the Trying Times
"Q. W. Moody If getting ready last year' second team boys who city to assist In clearing away 'n
for builneu. He la having an addition have been applying the principles storm debris. Some of these men 'f
built to his store." taught them. were utilized to aid in resetting Like These: : :'
-'H. R. Prldgen's interest In the The squad will have new uniforms poles that were blown down. By
firm of Redd and Phldgen hat with which to start the sea the end of the week telephone service -r?
been bought out by Mr. Redd."
even In the most remote sections
e"B.. W. Veber and t. D. Wymanput son.Four backboard will be available of the district 1 II expected to you farmers should take advantage of every op-
in between 20 and 30 acres of which
for free throw practice, be restored.
tomatoes portunity to beat nature at its own game.
} this fall" will start next week. Damage to buildings in Homestead ,\
.
-Last Saturday the Rain or .
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the section t
or grove was neg
Shine Club gave an at-home at, five day and Annie Wilkins, forfighting ligible. If in doubt as to the salt conten of your land, 'i,;

Mrs. R. H. ritzpatrick's for the $3 or five days. Flossie FLEA workers from the keys ': ...
take advantage of our free analytical service set
school teachers. Several recitations jean ,
Cogwell, Thomas, Liza Cog- were brought to Homestead and
were given by Miss Eunice well, and Llzile Knight, all charged quartered in the grammar school up solely for your benefit. These tests are a part ...
Nixon and vocal solos by Mrs. with fighting, were dismissed. Monday afternoon and night '
i Skill and Dr. Ranier." of our Farmer Service and you are cordially Invit,

-'The Young People's Class of "
ed to make use of them.
the I. E
) Sunday school held Its
annual Halloween party at the
home of the teacher, Mrs Elmer Used Car Bargains And bear this in mind,when buying fertilizer
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Only Colored CasesIn 1935 Buick 4-Door Sedan with built-in trunk ;your plants more uniform feeding and healthier ,'i.

Court This Weekfree -6,000 original miles-at tremendous sac- growth, and are interested in crops of finer quality "

rifice. and larger yield, first consider the requirements

nights was lodging the In sentence Jail for twenty-handed 1935 Pontiac 2-Door Touring Sedan; extra of such a product and then investigate

down by Mayor P. B. Bird in large trunk; 6,000 miles-at big discount. SOILADE.
police court this week to John

Bird colored, for being drunk. Ask for booklet "MONEY FARMING".
John Henry Hutchinson, also Other Used Cars our ,

colored, was the chief offender on v
the docket. He was fined $17.50 or

twenty days by fighting.All In jail .for being disorderly Preston B. Bird Motor Co. SOILflDE Inc.

cases concerned the bolo,- Phone 18 Homestead, Fla. ,

ed gentry. Ida Mae Hobbs, charged .CARJL, F. WARNER, Representative
with fighting, was fined IS or

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Friday November 8. 1985. THE LEADER. ENTERPRISE Pasr _Seven_ I

ty of the Ftee MettedM. Church I In the (.Met end that this wouldIn
!will meet Monday afternoon at MEETING ELECTS, no way ajfWt the mlllage on
the home of Mrs Edith Tambl"ll.i realty taxe He lo stated that

In and Ground i pastor, to begin a regular scum GROUP TO STUDY hf waa willing to art aside all pt
in mission study; Heeding certificates due coupons: against past due tax
I will be given to these who Wrtifteatea both to be nettled asa
I take the course. The meetings BOM: D) PROBLEMSContinued redwitd equitable but, the
Homestead twill be held at different home the amount V. be served upon from
}first Monday of the month at t time to time by th* city of Has*-
I o'clock. ( From Pace One) stead offfctala and the bondholder
ed that he had discussed the
proposed > "Mr. Durrance stated that he :

i- Mr. and Mrs. Geo. E. Reed of ter, Mr. and Mrs J. K. Fleisher I Mr. and Mrs Angelo Natoli of the DuPont-Ball plan with Mr. Durrance and wa willing for the J800.000 In of
Redland who have been spendingthe Her mother, Mrs F. S. Kenny of New York and their two children Company was in bonds to be subject to cell by the 1
accordance with
With the .
same.
D. C. arrived Wednesday to spend the city from time to time over '
summer in Fremont Ind., are Washington also will spend consent of the council a
expected to arrive the last of theo the winter in West Palm Beach. winter In South Dade. They are at Mr. Durrance present, period of thirty yean, aid bonds
present guest of Mr. and Mrs. was called Into the to bear interest payable aeml-an- t
week. meeting to state his position In the
Joe Torriae. nually
starting one from date
year
Joe Elder left for Washington, proposed refinance areeaint.
of
egremvnt, Interest
Mr. and Mr*. Ja*. McCreadywho D. C, last week to take professional !, Mr. Brown, speaking for the DU- rate starting
Word has been received at S for a period of tome
have spent -the summer at training in the rubber divisionof by Pont-Ball Interest, stated that due not yean
friends here that Mr. yet agreed upon and then
.1their: Standish, Mich., home plan the bureau of plant industry in and Mrs. to the fact that the DuPont-B
a Ceo. H. Todd of Hartford, Conn., step up interest rate from timeto
to leave for their winter home Washington. The course, which estate was now in the of
i.> left Nov. 4 for California to spend process time but not to exceed 9%,. atny ;
la similar to the
he
; <1', here next week. one took there legal adjustment that it would time.
last winter, will probably last the winter. They have been win- be Impossible to commit their r"Both
ter visitor In Florida City 'and bondholder stated that i
about two month company to .
i'f L. L. Thompson of Delaware, a compromlM tat X
Clearwater for the nine they were that "
put year sure If the city
0.. 1* visiting at the home of his ducing the face value of their ,
dster, Mrs,O. i Showalter, and Mr. and Mrs. Otis Jackson of holding at thla time, but h* Old was wilting to go into thia deal "
o\i.f her familyu Naranja announce the birth of an Those from Florida City who agree that they were willing to help that they; could get the Walter p.
'-.u' eight-pound daughter last Friday. attended the district Quarterly the city by coin into the deal with Chrysler bond, thereby eliminating -
,;' / She has been named Catherine. conference of the Free Methodist the J. R. Durrance Interest by extending the IJ8.000 suit and that
0. 1) Dodd of Spartanburg, S. this suit
Church held at Greenacre City, the payment of principleover representing coupon they
2 C., spent Sunday Monday and Mr*. Lloyd Saul of South Mi- Fla. from Oct. SI to Nov. S, were a period of SO yean. tie also! would be put into the deal to
,,.f' Tuesday with Mr. and Mrs. F. L. ami spent Sunday with Mill Inez I. Mr*. Edith Tamblyn.: Mrs. Elisabeth stated they would hold their coupons be aettted with past due taxes t
McHwain. i Branch. Brooks, Mrs. Mae Cook, Mrs. over the fame period without The present bond debt principal -
,fl.! Mary Goodlng, Mrs. Clara New- litigation unless forced by other outstanding I* 883000. Past
r ', The Rev. A. A. Koestllne, the H. R. Manet of Plant City, general ton, Carolyn and Marjie Cook, bond holder. He agreed to credit due interval coupon aggregate
Rev. M. I* Smith pastor of the manager of Kllgore Seed Com- Jeredean Tsmblyn, Hubert Llndsey their coupon from time to time .00,000. Past due taxes amountto
; Ley Memorial Church in Key West pany, was in Homestead Wednesday the boy preacher, Ernest Warren with their pro-rata shire of cash approximately $400,000 also.
;" and the Rev. H. G. Cowan, pastor on business. Harvey, Jay and Albert New- collected from money paid on past That the taxpayer; committee
1.. of the Silver Palm Community I, ton, Bert Cook and Curtis Good- due taxes and that they would has no Idea of confining its attention -
Church, will return today from FLORIDA Ing. Mr. Llndsey I* remaining at not add any further interest on to the plan submitted wa
Lakeland where they have been CITY 'Greenacre for a few day; to assist : past bond or coupon and that indicated by Mr. McCaskiU in responding
' +iI', since Wednesday attending a Mr. W, W. BeTery, Correspondent in revival meeting which are they were willing for their bonds to an Invitation to address -
: I > prcacHers' retreat at Southern "xr.xx.w.MMw.ww.w."rw,.....,. , '"M being held there. II to to call at face value I the meeting following his

"i '.', College. Mrs. John S. Graves i* now _- M at :-t: by the city of Hm* I election. Explaining that he was
,] :/1 able to get out with the aid of NARANJAA. -i stead during the 30 ;year period. present because he had been pay ,
: Mr*. A. L. Dees and Mr*. G. crutches, "Mr. Durrance was then calledon ing taxes In Homestead for six
,,.::;; L. Crawford, both of Dothan, Ala., -'"' for-a discussion regarding fall year and knew the status of
I' and James KIrkland of West Palm The Florida City P.-T. A. will A. D. Fogle, reported that holding Mr. Durance stated, things, he said he wanted to find
; + Beach spent the week-end withMr. hold Its November meeting In the day' storm damage wa not Mon-I he wa willing to work with DU out what money has been paid In
and Mrs. Glen Smith. town hall next Monday afternoon. severe on the Trail Font-Ball and other bondholder to the city by taxpayer In the
w h+ Everyone 1* cordially invited. farm, but that potato toward getting the tUy'i principal: last two year for that would be
: Mr. and Mrs. Mack Hardee moved will be flowed up for several days.; bond Indebtedness reduced to a a good indication of their limit to

',;,; i, 1 to their home on the former Mr. and Mr*. W. L Rhode returned I figure of 8000000. But before Day.
3, : Koon grove, the first of the week. Tuesday from Miami. Theyare Art and Frank Decking, arrived this could be done he would have "We could all have been payingour
I visiting Mr. Rhodes' mother, Wednesday from Wisconsin to resume I to have an expression from the taxes with bond worth five
:!f! ',. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Easter announce Mr*. E. J.:Rhode*. their farming here. city council, expressing their wiUingnei to tea cent on the dollaf, but for
' 1>'\' ". the birth of a", daughter, to co-operate. Durrance," McCasklll said. "I don't
J' Joyce Irene, on Oct. 28., Mrs. France Anderson of Man- k, Mrs. G. W. Mathew 1* having "Mr. Durrance stated that he believe Durrance ever bought a.
:; ,' ...I_.. asquan, N. J.. who arrived Tuesday a new shingle roof put on her' would Insist on money amounting bond in his life. He 1* just la
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\ /A" ,,/1 Blr. and Mrs:iivld Borne and I* I guest of Mr. and Mrs.'W. house, I to $2,383 now attached by Ca" y touch with bond-holder as a go-
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gt j* family moved last week from their W. Severy. and Walton, attorneys, to be paidto between collecting the difference
j f'..' home In Porvenlr to an apartment j I Mr. and Mrs. H.: Richardson have I II Wood, attorney, this lot the between What he can get the bond
'."; :' over Mr. Barnes' trucking estabI |I Mr*. Bob Dixon and two chil- rented one of the Mathew cottages purpoae of clearing the city of holder to ell for and what he can
I" 1 lishment on North Flagler "dren arrived recently: to Join Mr. on the Dixie Highway. litigation now pending by Casey force the taxpayer of Homestead
: | nue and First street. Dixon for the winter. I and Walton to pay for them for use In paying
I "Mr. Durrance sit...tatld that their tax..."
J Min Mary Ann Brown the
vI., r s Mrs. J. Seaman, her listen, Mrs. dial Elizabeth Sever 1* confined :- week-end with Mia pent Elinor the $17,000 Spitzer Judgment Mr. Hinman laid the bond situation
:..;.:: Frederic Settle and Mrs. F. Spencer to her home with the mump William In Modello. Mary would be withdrawn and put In a* he saw it resolved itself
;', and her son, Edwin I all of --- I with other bond on a 30.year Into one question: Are the bondholders
Wantagh, N V., have come to Mr. and Mrs. Austin Lloyd left A baiUH further stated that his willing to make concession -
1. I party that went down the !
:. spend their second winter in Wednesday for Orlando. They occupied Oversea to Islambrada various judgment amounting to and what can we do In return -
Highway
,; Homestead. This year they are I the Hobart Brockett apartment approximately $12,500 would beheld I ?
where the r.E.C. train wreck
wa
living In the Roy Matthew house. during their stay here. ed during the Labor Day hurricane in abeyance to' be paid. on I "If we find them getting the
Mr. and Mrs. Matthew now live from time to time with cash beat of the bargain, we'd better
Included Mr* H. H. Graham and :
in Miami and have been pending Lake Deitz of Miami wa In son E. J., Mr*. Casper Williamsand collected from personal taxes a:1 let thing go a* they are," he aaid.Kilgore's .
only the week-end In Homestead. Florida City on Monday.
Misses
daughter, Mary Elinor
and Barbara, and Mr*. J. M. Brown
Duke Wudzke of Chicago who Grave Becker is now employedin
and
daughter Miss Mary Ann.
1* attending Stetson University at Miami.

DeLand, spent the week-end at Lack of Lights Prevents Bred-Rite
the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Mr.: and Mr*. M N. Varner and
Dorsey.Mr. Mr. and; Mr. Otis Swain and son Band Practice! This Week

who lived In an apartment in the Tomato Seedis
: and Mrs. V. O. LoU are the Maynard house moved to Homestead The regular Thursday evening
parent of a five-pound boy bom this week. band practice of the Redland
October 29. He is named Frank Community Band was postponed
Emit The Young People' Class of this week because the auditoriumof produced in northern seed growing fields from

the Community Church enjoyed a Redland High! School was without our own stock seed, which is carefully bred and
Mr. and Mr Ceo. Barnes mov- Halloween tacky: party at the homeof lights. Regular practice will
ed last week from their home on Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Miller on be resumed next Thursday night selected year after year under our own personal

{, N W. Fourth street to an apartment Palm avenue. The class for beginner start supervision for your protection, so that we ourselves r t
at North Krom avenue and at ':10 and rehearsal of the fun know absolutely that our tomato seed is
First street Mr*. B. R Barfield' sister, Mia band begins at $30. Several new I
Collins, who loss been visiting member are expected at the next) the best you cart plant.It .

Mr*. E. A. Enni wa a patient here, left Tuesday for her home In rehearsal.
isn't seed
what the costs Ids what it
'; : in the Post Graduate hospital Sat- Georgia. Instruction Is free, and a cordialInvitation ; re-
;urday and Saturday night but is is extended to all boy I turns in increased yields of uniform, true to type,

reported to be better this week.H. The Women'- Missionary_._ Socie and. .men. .. to join the band. fancy fruits that counts.
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: .V.'Dennis of T.mp.pent Don't be misled with talk about cheap seed.

Murphy.:Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Green Lantern Restaurant Cheap seed invariably produce a cheap crop.

ADJOINING HOTEL KEDLAND
Demand Kilgore's Bred-Rite tomato seed-
Miss Marion Cook will leave Steak ** Chlcke Din !r IS*
Sunday, for West Palm Beach Regular IMuwr tea Vegetable Hat I** the standard of quality among; Florida's leading \

where she will make her home An Kinds: .f n._..... sandwiches tomato growers for many yean.
with her brother-in-law and sis-


a TheOUTSTANDING Clean Vegetables Sell BetterSee The Kid g ore Seed Co.


our vegetable washer built at our shop. Phone 63 Homestead, Fla. .

We turn wood rollers for packing house use.

1936 Car Value Portable fire and irrigation pumps. Lathe and

PLYMOUTH machine work. Farm machinery repaired or EXPERT RADIO REPAIRING
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f rebuilt. 1- HOMESTEAD ELECTRICAL SHOP ,

\ ... D. JACORBN, I'MP' i,
t Lawrence Bros. I HOMESTEAD MACHINE SHOP 10 N. Bruise AfMM Phone 81641






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I I -- Social Events in Soulh. Dade, : 'II I




: MISS EVELYN CAMBER BECOMES WIDE tSKTOE AND JOB REYNOLDS BIRTHDAY rtJNCHEON ever, because of the lllnes of ''her
I ENTERTAIN ON HALLOWEENGene HONORS TWO I aunt Jin. Frances Lewis could
.... OF BASSffi W. HARDEN I and Joe Reynolds entertained -; A birthday luncheon and hand- not attend.

their small friends on the. kerchief shower were given *>r' resent were: Mrs. Frank B.
4 Miss Evelyn*oft*<;amt rend A .jolacellanoau bower for afternoon of 'Halloween day it a', Mrs Annie Mayhew Fitzpatrick: !Rue Mrs. -Edw Stlllnf Mrs 'LeeH. I

Baatle married unday ftentoon it 'I'GlfIok afternoon'by the girls of the home 'by their mother Mrs 'P -fl. 'P. McCaniel and Tar. J M Mn Carl 1:>den, Mrs, Tred'ftedd,
>to the Homestead MethoU clan ol Honuutead Ulfh Reynold Webster at IHrs. Webster's home Mn. Helen Hackler Mrs. Aspley,
< Church *y lure Wev' ... A. on the lawn: Mn. 'Buth All the youngster came In f Uj con.Oot39. 1'I.11'n.p.Ullk.'bow- Mn. McDanIel and Mrs Webster
&ee Une. iwrtor of the hurdh'' home tn Se Leon. _tulne.. Barbara Degler of :
Xi111J'IIiIcIIl1a"Ned,-.-!__ Of presented the
The >gUU were ( ami was xiven 'prize
,
...fcrtde,lend John 1LewlI.ofed- big pink and Steen box, and for the cutest: costume, and Don''
1 !land were the attendants. they .had *een Jmpeotad end *M Neeley! ,-the-prlie provWed" Jar
The brldi won a Wue lllk *nMinbla jnbied by vecyaoe ,a 'the taCklert cmrtume. :Stub'1t'*"
with accessories of blue,' neatest wa engaged Mia !. 'land got arise for Achieving the
i the JI11IM. bet TcntK m Timing M tall Often a """
'send the ibfidevmaMwore i yellow won ; "tlrat'c' '.
tnt 'brown ensemble 'WIth '- n *,of Th bride, who .b 'the daughter yt. .... broom stem clay, ,and -played
Homo t ad, WM member the 'served.Present mtOkla IIIIId candy were >"rved.Mr .
'with candy was
Bourse
eenlorflau -of Homestead High *. Oeynold was assisted by
School beside those Miss Lucille 'West and Miss Elizabeth .
The bridegroom attended {*e.-, were: Mr*. Cad Field Ill** i Mdllwain. :IVhen thcre'ia ,

bur' high school and hat been employed Campbell TWlM Mary Moon : The :little guests Jndluded: 'Bob-
j In Miami for the past'seven Ethel :Bailey Mia Dorothy bi* Monroe, Marian Anderson, pain to be
month, non, Mix Annie 'Mae Booth, Thelma miners,Jimmy MOLen-
The young couple left Wednesday Ruth Tower, Miss Jean I don, 'Betty Ruth Geiger, Jaokle ,relieved, ,you
for Iieeiburf' where they twill and Miss Leola Xlttle Gcigar, .Buddy Hinman, Jimmy
make their home. They :planned Gift were received from i I Brown, Blllle Brown, Richard, Jr,, need the beet. And that'lwhatyou

to visit Bok Tower and other points Kathryn Theben, Mia: and John Degler, Alene Kooitllne,
of Interest on the way j jUTTLC Vann and Miss Dorothy I J'Neeae Altman, Barbara ,Jean ; get in KANTLEEK, winnerin

i and Morton Wakefield, Eugenia
all-endurance tests.
IVtXSE ALTMAN I B. Sommen Mr. and Mn Draper, Arnold MdnWaln,Ray Andrews .,
i CELEBRATES BIRTHDAY field, Mr. and Mra. Brooks, Mary Jo Close, Ruth Rut-,
JTJeew Marie Altaian celebrated and Mn Bowen and Mr. and land, .Barbara Jean Smith and j Solid neck construction, out-
her fourth birthday Friday at Frick. Ruth and:Betty Byrum. ;
Other present were: Mr*. Curtis with K A N TL E E K
a party given by her mother. "Mrs' I I'lire. standing ,
J. Mdendon,
X
E 'E. Altman. Oamei were played CNIOK CLVB TO MEET Monroe, Mra
tn thepark In 'front of the 'IN CLITB11OVSB'TONIGHTThe 'Cofbett 'Gelger, Mr Carl f eliminates the most common
house There 'we* a contest also. business meeting 1It ftndenon, Mn. Bidhart Cegtet, ';
Mrs. Carl Degler, Mr*. W. 1..' of leakage. For Ions-run
and In this Atone Koeitllne won :Junior Woman1 Club -ot Mue
!the :jprlze.Ice ttead whlDh wM to harre beenMondry'ntghtwvm'be'hdld Vnw,'Ii1No M.X. Altman.MM.. A.A. .
Xeeitline nd 'WIn. .;J. H. .,-
KANTLEEK.KANTLEEK :
buy .
cream and "birthday 'ctfke: economy, s
were served In the dining room in theeHibhouav which eras ewnnd te Halloween' Club.
iKKteN'"iunmaun '
_10.... The club: -willdecide ..t MIl ill' '
The guests taeiuBett.Betty fluthODelger meeting what ki 14 4w done < FOR 11tMS I8A1&IoII she"
."Betty""jum. RuOfByrum, the $54 whteh_cleared Imn Mill Miaiam Burton .gave 1a)
jet her
JojnwWtfUnr.. Atone Koeitllne, Halloween -d.nee. All *xidge party Bobby: Monroe dUy''Suber,'0-.. ere urged (Robe prewnt paients, :Mr. and Mrs. .L..1\ur-and WATER BOTTLE. ,: "
'Bince e, Padla 'Kemp :Jackie ton, on North Krome avenue r.
Kemp, Lillian hisPeters 3oy tatty Eighth tract Wednesday night in' .$1.50
Bonnie well KIt, 'HelenVchwwe Ttta Calendar honor of .MIaa Sarah Brown ofPnuriKlln i ;
>r, Connie Campbellfirma'Reynolds JKy who 1* Visiting in M

{ Joe "Reynold, 'Barbara: Nov. 8-Junior Wemim's Miami.
Sam mtth Mr*. J. 7 MeLendon won the
> Margaret Barnes, meeting in plubhouae
f, Ruth Rutland Audrey Ungham, I Nov. B-vSicred Mown cart- high ICOn prizes and Miss Dorothy '
Ueden, the 'Tow .I
Donald Qann, Austin ChambllM, '17. 1"I
Mary Lou Muaalwhlta, Martha I Novu 11 Mf Booth Code Other present "were: THr Joel The Dixie Dpui
Mrs A.D.''Cain, Mrs.
Jane Cault and David; .Fredrick, : den dub meeting with :Mrs. J Robinson
J. A. Webb, -Mrs.'Geo. Sonnlchien,
aie Butler*tfl p.m.:
t JrMr*. Altman awes assisted by Now 12 neighborhood Mr 7 B. parkman, TAn. f M. H Your Rexall Store
j Mrt-Wm. MUllelwhlte, Mra.Curtis meeting Save Webb'home. ogle, Mrs Theo J Sister, Mn. I'' eeeaete.ego.
Monroe, Mr*. B. Bishlp Mrs. Paul Mov 12=.IBuslnon -meeting: Bruce Bnnto.MI** Mary William,
f Reynolds Miss Miss H el Pennington Miss' Eloise ,
Thelma Turner, the Women's Club of .Homeat
'and Mill Carrie Belle ,' '
Mn. C. Chlger.Mr P. Kemp.J4n., 'at Ip.m.Nov. Bradley r' .
f I r E. Schroeder and Mn. A. B. Homeitead P.-T. Cave I I''
Langham. : executivemeeting at 10 a. m. : ._..--
Nov. 14-Initiation meeting
JUNIOR tJCACUK: BAS Royal Polnclana Woodmen's Tour NewPUIAan.ent
HAU.OWSZN PARTY cte. .
The Junior Leaguers of the Nov. 14 "Wemarf Club Wave WINTER RATES
Homestead Methodist| Church: attended Homestead study elan mett
.a party at the borne -of with Miss Jennie LobdeU at J Is Importantto
Miss Antoinette b>ye :Saturday In. ; NOW IN EFFECTfat
afternoon. Different Halloween Nov. 14-All day meeting YouTear
game and several putdoor garnet Redland Ladle Aid with \ :
were splayed.The The ,Viewer. new 'Pft'IIIallellt we're'Is training fill permanent residence you Wl find
the Jhriini Culture heart man than utitftctorr delightful and
: areffeahmen onalated -ot Nov. 15-Meeting of ...'Come toow
im ort iU to, ithiraunj imo||>ber* of fainxllinen sod joedtttUoa fel laaahlp.
apple, candy. cake and checoUiie and Proteuional Women/ ..... ..
ttngtnePERMANENT
I milk. '.. Jar the I Tboonds ae JRahh.-.r. Mw bond 'spa'n c Aey at dki" 1Mti-
otMre.'L. Bow It
Than It home ,..- .16IIM ..... when 'Mlual ......... II developed it Anun iL"atsd.ku,
*re anX IbeaWee MMMoy m.
'Po art exclusively wed Wo drug*, nwdmiwi or operation*. .7teaults
ww* Mary finis and Fw tS-AadUndPoT.A-' *now 4" 4moN. to Toes ixund through undent raceme, diet, UnuiMn* -, via
; Pierce, Mary Catherine Suber.Mary fit bridge party in Lines Den.Nov. 1Iatr. L wobal,slam end electric ttthi, OMiwg nd tuimpuliuwiwwurw.INEXTEKSIVE '
M Jo Close and Sue Moye. n Musical 'tea in AIl wader the sopeeviuen-of oIIIW1Id health tkperta.P .
I Tarrner ,cluhhnui* Jt .3 p. m. -
MIL AND Wits.'TKICK Nov. 18-Redland P.-T A.1 71 rer ingPacOels. br.s.e..ew.wn.aaaa.ry ....
ERIUTAIN tea 4ADB big m oheol audttwlum.fo ::..=:..::r- to
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t The Ag Bridge Club met at > r. 27-Jtedland ischool, J.-_.. :
home of Mr. and.Mra. Ceo. val and turkey dinner. : .-. r+ y
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Wediwaday night Imte d vt Irp Nov. SB-Men's ultfht at .
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day Mrs Oeo JJ. WakeXleU Woman's' Club of the 1IIe j ::. = a'siA.s akih Slab s. r, !
J R. "Brookown the high : Dec. "3-Vr. ft -meeting .
prize, aid Mn. C. M.JStcBanl.. Malhedlai Church. WATECrwjnirnoT i't
John Bowen the low.Treeent Deo. 6-Redland Ladle1 I '
COMFORTABLEA
were; ''Mr. and Chrhttmaa'upper end bazaar : ........$5.00 tNJOTABLE :
', Stacy Hawkins. Mr and Mrs, ,'BiMlland WoraMil ;Club\ '.....'Jrera you wilt being mafia .fofonMSim..ad 4. >k JtA wtV
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"Sptral .._.- .'.?6.ftft -- .wI..efsw'Ussd whet /w hoe..lade sect the wasp ?
\ .eur.ati o..ia.esassssa'aukuia..kk oauny.areeceeri.a/w+..... ,
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1' Combination w..47.00OUTVaye W1aaerntee am xtnmel'r k> --no ntrat-.lmoN a* Inexpensive
: ; THCRMiQUC : Ml vying M ,home. aad a good time every minute, Congenial lur.windings I ,

j ............$E501Sba tntertainamut. e..a.e. hikes, qwro, tucxixUed food.
I t ...,sfIJU1'ER.LIfM METHOD or PK&MANtOT\' I ; vM faom, restful II.... Yen will like this hotel

'\ tar p 1 1 Var'; I 'Tight" toW Ham fed d6 early flan m
J : Croqulsrnole 'spiral a Combination 45 $G.. $7 .sMp'

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SC.n..".lIA.U.oa FACIAL MASSAGE .
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Beauty Parlor : .. Operator 11"lie paper sad 'sasvivo .re" Health 8.alrf y
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KCDtAWD- Pr-TJfc TO' ESYRY I slot different colors of M. BtttbeUl I '

'.1 ON NOVEMBE? IS, I l GIRL SCOUT' NEWS Mt wain, Lucille West adVWgftWa >
the meeting el the RwUand
Dorsey's map are mine
By Mazy Artbarl Scribe a
1- Social Events Patemt.Teseher'Arroclatioe whisk L-. .... .. I "I >-. f atong fln*.
: could not be held Monday,because I I Tiff ROM and Royal Palm petro'I' i
of the storm will be held an Man. The GIrl Scouts of Homestead | worked on the trait signs of their ;'
day Nov. I0, at a p, sea, In tb.Red- held their weekly meeting ot Now tandwlMt teat assisted by Elizabeth i
load auditorium. I S at Mrs. frank Stilts home. The Skill and Geraldine Rtt ,

GROUP HAS HALLOWEEN! score for guest and Mrs. Ellta- Rose and Royal Palm patrols decided The next bootees Elisabeth Me- t'I1wl
FROLIC IN ROME PARK 1 beth FucH and W. 1C. Wajton. the *.M. tt. CIRCLES HOLD. to go on a hike Saturday L. :
low. NOVEMBER MEETINOS- l morning at T o'clock. They are to r
Approxlmtty titty- people .t- WJ4.U. Circle OM. met: Wed- meet at Mrs. Skill's. Mary Arthur
ttndMl a Halloween party flvwiby Club members present wet: 'I
nay WIth Mr*. A. EC Smith Mrs. and. Elisabeth McIlwein were
the young people of the Metho- Mr. and Mrs. Frank U. Skill, Mr. I I'
M. M. Bigger the devotional chosen to with then.
lave go .
lilsr Church, Thursday night All and Mrs. Given Victor, Mr. and ....
Miiinlilfil, at the churohend form- Mrs. .X. H. Hlner, Mr. .and Mrs. part ot the program, andMra. The maps were worked' on and ,I "
ed! a procession of torn ten can T. J. Faust Mr. and. Mrs. Webb O. A. West conducted a i Nina !>yar. is ready to take off onflalsMnr f :.
study period "The
and Mr. and Mrs. Webster. on Conquer.Ing paper: Mrs Miner to
round bout
which In I wy, went + f
Christ", the book which thecircle
.>the Krome Park. There a big Othen present were Mr. and help her wtth water coloring Her
Don fire fated one or two lanternsftutsished I Mrs. W. E. Rheney, Mand.Mrj. I* Studying. Mrs. W. R.. map Mary Arthur' 1. almost i
Cheshire gav the closing pr.,... ready. She I* to be hetpe by
light tor the party: and I McDaniel. Mr. fad Mrs. Walton andMrs. t
Mrs
; Smith served refreshment
disclosed several skeletons Fuchs.DEBATE Mrs. Hiner In coloring: her trap
pB I I
> Other present ware: Mrs. Art.01- 1
,
low out frontm tile undergrowth Reichert, Mr. Jennie' Smith, Mr. I "
Halloween game and various IS FEATUREOr E II:. Altman, Mrs. C. E. Saunders, Mrs. Catherine Plckard offered
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outdoor garnet were led by Miss DORCAS CLASS PARTY Mrs. C. P. Bigger Mrs. Earl Cray prayer and taught the mltaloa i ,
Mary McNetll. Miss Antoinette Mrs..C. N. Walker and.Mr*. R ey ahd two visitor, Mia Lilian lesson and Mrs. Edward gave a
Hoye and Rev and Mrs. A. A. L. West debated the question, "Re Johnson and Mill Ann Hartley Thanksgiving! reading. 1 {
Kowtlln solved that the amell of Umburg-' Orel Two met with Mrs. LM: The members decided to hold) General

Apples i peanuts, pop corn sandwiches er cheese is more nourishing than Freed and Mrs S. F. Matthews atth an all day meeting for mission
and Iced tea, were servedby the hole In a doughnut", at a Dor- home of Mrs Fread. Mrs. study on Nov. It. ) Public:Utilities';
Miss Estelle Booth, Miss Mary cas class Halloween party held in Matthew gave the devotional I Refreshments were served by
Bradley and KermIt Olbbs. the Baptist Church Sunday School Mrs. J. Tom Vann, W.M.U. preti-: Mrs. Forte. trensessed Poona ....", {
Others present were: Miss Amy building on Oct. 3L The judges, dent made a talk on the work to Officers for the new year are: I
Borne, Mill Helen Bradley Miss C. T. Harper T. E. KIrby and, be- done this year, and Ray Andrews *I leader, Mrs. Pickard; secretary '
Mrs Vera Summerlln, declared th* treasurer Mrs T. D. Plche;
Jane Draper, Miss Florence lave an original
Ml** Mary Ramon Pantoast r debate a. draw. Nursery rhymesin "I Am Thankful". Study unal service chairman, Mrs.per-I

(".oanor, Mines Effi and Annie I pantomin were presented and year book followed. readb''j D. Smith; stewardship LAWRENCE.: '
Booth, Miss Grace Field, MID Ne-I! the onlooker guessed the rhyme' Vann, the leaden presided.A Mrs. Julia Polk; enlistment
nml) Davis. Mils Ruth Tower.. Miss I represented :' salad course was .. i man. Mi*. s. 11 Fitch; Margaret I
Lilian Brown, Miss Martha Close, i' Mr*. fn11naC sang : the hostess assisted by Mn. Freud's tund chairman, Mrs. Edwards;;
Hiss Helen Field, Miss Helen solos with daughters, Mn. Mack Hardee and Hottest chairman, Mrs. Forte.Present i Invites You to
lore, MM Bonnie Bell Myers, byX R. Rutland, and p'I' Mill Prlscilla Fread. were: Mrs. Filch, Mrs.'
Mill Marybelle Cibbs, Donald McI merlin played the piano Others present were: Mn. T. E. Smith, Mi*. C. C. Marsh, Mrs.I IPlche Drive the

Kay, Alton Home, Dave Williams, Rutland the violin for Kirby, Mrs. N. J. Fleming, Mrs. Mrs. Plckard, Mrs. Forte i
Eugene Campbell, James and ing. Mr*. Walker told fortunes C. E.: Butter, Mrs.. C H. Reed, and Mrs. Edwards. I
Lloyd Field, Pete Lynn M. C. from samples of handwriting. Mn. Ora Frailer Mn. B. F. Cole Aid'"' I 193GPLYMOUTHSTHE
Rhodes, Tom Carter, Maurice Jen Husbands of the class members Mn. Emma Wright, Mn. E. The Ladl_ Society of the
nets, Tommy Colllnt,James Booth, were special guests. About fifty tri.. n Mrs. Bert Andrew,! Redland Community Church wlll | ,
Carl Van Winkle, Rudolph Young, persons were present. Mrs. H. II:. Reden and Mn. Mary.Biannlng. meet at the home of Mrs. Thos. '
;Linton Connor W. J. Bennett I Brewer for an all day session 011'

:Gene Hunt Garland Wynn, John WJVI.S. TO ELECT OFFICER Mn. Lawrence, it was announced Thursday, Nov. 14 The original j
i Bauer, Myron Grennell Sam Al AT NEXT MEETING will be the next hottest.I plans.called tor a.meeting t& the t
'ten and Alene KoettUne. Circle Three was In charge of Mrs H. Collier was hostess to church
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i jT. the program at, the November Circle Three at her hem Mrs.

>.- A. EXECUTIVES meeting of the Women's Missionary W. E. Lewis led the devotional,!
'TO MEET MONDAY Society of the Homestead and Mrs. Si L. West conducted REMAND CAFE ,

"* The Homestead P.T. A. execu- I Methodist! Church Tuesday In the mission study from the tint chapter MKS. A. NABOBS, 1'1'0.
jtlve committee and room rnoUwls church, Mrs P. B. Bird gave-a of "The Conquering ChrUt". .
SUNDAY DINNER 50e
talk on Korea and Mrs. J. H. Web. Sandwiches and
{will' hold their November 'lneetln, iced tea were
VEGETABLE PLATE ZJ* CLUB BREAKFASTS 15* n,
Irt Tuesday 10 a. m. This will later played a piano solo Mr served.
PLATE LUNCH WITH DESSERT AND DRINK 15*
'iake the place of the meeting that J. E. Davis, the president, gave a Others present were: Mn. S. A.
bras to have been held on Tuesday,, report on the district\ meeting held Ring Mi*. F. r... Mfllwaln Mn
'ft this week. In Delray last week. Announcement C a Robertson Mn. W. F Beam
i The general November meeting I was made that the week of and Mn. Gordon Ivey. I I
will be held the following i prayer service would be hold and Mn. J. M. Forte was hostess to
!1i'eek. that the next meeting would be Circle Four at the home of Mrs. I II. I
the election meeting. Mr*. J. L. R. E. Edwards. The devotionalwas :
KEDLAND LEAGUE: HAS Ballard, .Mr*. H L. Brown, Mn I. conducted by the hoitess. 'I
ARTY AT PARSONAGE C. M. Redd and Mrs. Mollie Win. II I

1. The Rev. and Mrs. M. A. Soper late were placed on the nominating '-''' '''......... .. .'......,.. ,..,,'',''- ,
tatertalned' the Epworth League committee.. i :
Hints to Housewives ,
W the Redland Community Church Other present were: Mn. O. R.
Brown Mr ..... ... ... ....
lit an evening of games In their K. 8. pllnger, Mr* ----- --
Morse Saturday evening. John William, Mr*. Ceo. Hanson BETTER BREAKFASTS' i 1
Those present were: Mr. and and Mrs. J. A. McNeill. The late rising hour so desirable e P4.evets /

Mrs. Gotch Kufeldt, Mrs. Wayne during vacation should now give Matinee
Calkins, Mist Kathryn Cast Misses FUTURE FARMERS WILL way to an hour early enough to'' PkwNradowe
SPONSOR MUSICAL TEA
Mildred and Bertha Craft, Misses assure an adequate, unhurriedbreakfast
The Future Farmers of Homestead
Annie and Louise Yates, Miss J Cleo Galas =
will musical tea
Jeanne Calkins Miss sponsor a breakfasts" and "no
Ethel Roberto ) "Scanty
Min Mary Elizabeth. Byar, 'oi> Sunday NOV. 17 st J o'clock in breakfasts! m' given by a thor- Fla"r ey;
their Clubhouse bit North
Misses Olive and Helen GrunweU. Krcmevenue. ty M the cause of much of the''
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Misses Mary and Entity Engle, malnutrition In school children. Achild' ,
Miss Jessie Anderson Robert Cast The public is- invited. capacity for food U often:

Stanton Beck and Herman and J:. NEW CLl'B TO. MEET so small compared with his need,
G. Byars NEXT' FRIDAY EVENING that it may be impossible for him,
The Homestead Business and to eat in two meal all he require,
MISS QLADTS- SHARP GIVES Professional Women' Club will during thv day. It breakfast: I it'I SHSKWIN-WIUIAMS

WARTY FOR JUNIOR GIRLS meet at 7:30 next Friday evening omitted therefore, his dally total
and CONCRETE. PAINTA
Mist Gladys Sharp entertained it the home of Mrs. L. L. Bow, food consumption may be too small Ineedl. STUCCO
her Sunday school class, junior its to constitution to provide the growth material h*
president, adopt
a .full oil that thoroughly sells the turfice and
girls of the Baptist Sunday school, and by-law Also, much Of the Irratlr, point
with a Halloween party Thursday The meeting I* called for an bllity, nervousness, bad temper, offers yean of prorection Prevents cracking of KUCCO
' Right of last week In the Sunday earlier hour than usual- because and lack *f attention that the chile' walls due to moisture penetration. Full range ot"

school: building. After the.games, some-of the member plan to attend dress exhibit in school may have' bautifutp m oentsofraheencoloct: Ailcibr detail*
let cream and apples were enjoy the city caucus which will beheld their source in Inadequate mesls.. ] ..
ed.Tnoae In'the school auditorium'at 1 Even though a child may hovel I
.present were! Carol 'claolt -tho night at "mioVmoralng. lunch" at recess; Seal p.r ..
Walker. Geneva Vann, Mabel I All who art Interested In the time, breakfast is till Important:
Pope, Mary Pierce,Doris Thompson club are.invited, to. attend. ,Mid-morning lunches seldom offal S-W PORCH. and
Esther Rucker, Annette mart than milk, and crackers, and!
Campbell, Mary Caxton an4 Betty WOMAN'S CLUB TO MEET A the 250 or 100 calorie they furnish| DECK PAINT
i i Clark. TUESDAY AFTERNOON; tJCrtnof take the place of
A business meeting of the Wom- 100,calories breakfast (- I..*.MM.IMaMC* aVW.
l I MB. AND MRS. WEBSTER an'i Club.ot HMnete4 will) '.beheld vide. These ranches are lellOOOJ'j' beasri/yyw.dr.Tbheims.dtyirep. .
,, BIVTBRTAIN SAPPER CLUB in th* ctubnouM Tuesday. mentary meals', and dewy lase ping itseesmsade
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. entertained afternoon at...* daaK. AIl hgrn- 1/1.78 b* regarded as ,such n* *ra .. +.pdanlfer;t
I the Supper Club at their ben are requested to attend. substitute.
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\ Lehman and Bevo WebB wa.th i. 4.2
1 high score priaea the dub. memben ;; Annie ..Mayhew FitzpatrickGraduate '.'I d week ablrc+rrlorr QUAa1 I.'I I. +

and Mrs. E. H. Hlner and Mr. s
l Lehman, the low. Mr. and Mrs.
H. P. McDaniel mad the high Oberlin: Conservatory and Royal I

J I Il Conservatory of Leipzig D. Borne }
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l i Eva Estelk Wine i o.h.

PIANOFORTE AND THEORY
Teacher of Pianoforte
t. i Homestead,.Fla. Phone 307-J
BEGINNERS SPECIALTY I
J, Redland Road, Near Biscayne Drive Phone 1422
til N. IS. tat Air, Homestead PAINT. ..HEADQUARTERSr

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f pressed into the arm under 10,000 it inches long, 3 Inches longer than Why Bring That Up' ,
its inner end and their deflection rat
pound pressure and formerly
The Redland RattlerBy I 18 then peened over. Suspension if reduced from JUJ Bounds >> u doss a = ay she's
I :111nchee h* Kso'tbought
;r of the master model with conventional tfich to Soft. R.W sprffljft men ept fltit '
sprlflg hat been Improved. long or 8 inches shorter, a thing? I
JDIMII W. IIATIIAWAY Riding qualities of the standard their deflection rate being Increased "Why doe a man ay he's been

..nn...........................-..-'......- have been Improved by an entirety from 109 pound per Inch to fishing when +f he hain't caught
} : expected new design of springs and auspenikm. 112. The front springs are now anything'"-Philadelphia Inquirer. -
The senior claM expect to have are to Join. The net wa .
The front spring are now I hackled at their rear ends.
n good[ Urn this year, and with Its furnished by Wilson Walsh.
k sponsor, Mr P M. Baker,and Claw i'i'I
I officers, Robert Cut president Mr. Mitchell, seventh grade
Harry Hemming. Vtoe-preeldent, I
home room teacher, 1* starting a
1 Ouido Leggett, seeretery, and Virginia Boy Scout troop in Redland.
Delaney, treasurer, there I* -
t little doubt that it will have a
The report cards for the elementary -
good tlmf The horn room mother -
J it Mr*. Tom Torbert and thehome and grammar school (first to
the ninth grades) have arrived but .
room father if Mr. Owen
t the card for the high school have
Buth live in Couldi.
,I not come yet'" I Who Discovered It?

The Junior measuring party School was dismissed at 10:40: I IL
went over'BIO. It was held In the
m. Monday on account at the
Lions Den. The admission wa a storm. Classes were not held I
}! penny for each waist line Inch. either Tuesday or Wednesday By BRUCE B. BREWER
Games were played and contest
i held. A good time wa* enjoyedby Mr. Outteridge'i: 'biology student I Vice-president Ferry-IIanly Advertising Co.
every one of the ninety-four have turned artist They are
present. The Junior class, sponsored ,
drawing picture of biological r. '
by Mrs. Megee, I* proud to specimens. ...
announce a net profit of about I

twenty-one dollar There wa no P.-T. A. meeting

MondaYlllih'I: "I was a printer's devil some 20 years ago on a small city
The tennis clan tinder the guidance I I
of Mr. P. M. Baker hat at Miss Ooodman'l ninth grade, weekly. It was,a hard job for the editor-owner, to sell advertising .
last started. The class ha about,girl have charge of the assembly
twenty-five member, and more program Friday I in those days. Merchants simply didn't believe in it.

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1936 Chevrolets Embody Marked i
I "About fifteen the small 'dis
years ago city weekly was
Advantages in Style and PerformanceContinued
covered'. Advertising men in the city advertising agencies began

( From Page Three) i ii the cylinders I* surrounded by: 'trying out the country newspaper field. Gradually they found
i ie Accurately machined, after a-!I i water, the cylinder warm up:
nun e than formerly An Improved I evenly. I out that the small city weekly, with its advantage of being read

trade of closely grained steel isi I! The most valuable effect of full from cover to cover, with its relatively few pages of competing
i aid- for the drums, and theirr '
length water jacketing, however,
iking surfaces are machined ton 'I Is Its automatic control of engineoil advertising, was an excellent buy for national advertisers. Noneof
unite form and smooth finish temperature. In the
Uirt shields have been added. design the engine oil would previous attain this advertising was bought on sentiment, none of it was
Engine of the master and standard I
are Identical in design and In hotter a than temperature the water 125 by degree coming' purchased to support the paper. It was bought for Just one'

horsepower and torque. Maximum In contact with the
uncooled low: reason-IT PAID.
horsepower I Ie 79 at 3200 r.p.m. (an er part of the cylinder With the"i ,.
Increase of S h.p. for the standard).I new full length jacket oil tem'II I
At 1000 rpm. horsepower I* 30; perature run HO degree cooler I *' ,I: '
f at 2000. It is (0 Maximum torque I I than formerly. Still further coolIng -I "The local,merchant had not 'discovered'- the value of
is obtained over an unusually wide of the oil supply to the valve
i range of engine speed, 158 foot I rocker shaft i* effected by running -I advertising space in the small city weekly. The very men who

pounds way between being BOO maintained and 2000 all r.pm.the I,I cylinder the block supply where line through it i* surrounded the-I should have known its value, did not, for the very'simple reason.I .

The I tot Increase la credited In compression with effecting1 ratioto e,I further reduced by water] ,in and temperature the oil il!'I they had not used .it enough to find out about it.I .

u I per cent Improvement in fuel! by 10 degree e J i I -
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II I
economy Combustion chambers I i 1 1I ,
The pew system not only maintains *
with are reshaped higher compression to attain smoothness The new I|I a lower constant oil tem-!I "Many small 1 city merchants are passing up.'today.-.the

chamber combustion follow principle the "blue pioneered flame" I i' oil perature supply, but to the acts valve to warm mechanism up the I'! opportunity to use the productive columns 8fthe; weekly newspaper "


"form Chevrolet has severs been worked yean aga.out by bYI'I more Since quickly the water after in a the cold cylinder start,', to sell their 'goods morecheaply: more.quickly. .. ;,more,prof' '

newly devised mechanical laboratory -I I I block held there by a thermostat,I I itaWy.
quickly heat when the
'engine-
method to attain maximum
effectiveness.Chevrolet's. started It begin to warm the copper -i( ,
tube carrying oil to the rock.*
balanced carburetor I .
er arm almost Immediately after
is another Innovation tq promote
fuel economy and easy starting.Air the engine 1* started. The effect,
I* to cause a more nearly even,
i* balanced pressure with in thefloat that inside chamber the i expansion of the cylinder block I Your advertisement in the Leader-Enterprise goes to every
and the valve mechanism. I II
carburetor intake to effect a constant I Water capacity of the entire system part of Homestead's trade territory: into the homes of READERS
ratio of air to gasoline In the ,
fuel mixture and to offset the formerly 11 quart, I II now IS.,1 WHO GET THIS PAPER EACH WEEK BECAUSE THEY
choking effect that gradually increases Chevrolet' all-enclosed knee action
*. the air cleaner become i units, now entering their third 1 SUBSCRIBE FOR IT AND WANT TO READ IT. They wantto
year remain unchanged from their I
clogged Major with Improvement dust have been original design except for an Improvement -' read the news and the advertisements-your advertisementand

made In the Chevrolet cooling I tachlrfj the in wheel the method spindle to of the at-1 i those of the other business houses of their home town.
system to maintain lower engine )
support arm. The spindle Is now 1 ,
temperature and to attain Im t 1I \
t:1 of I 1I I
engine of I

expansion.cylinder block The and chief valve change push rod Is DR.M.A.BERGERJDentist i I. _,'. ..... .

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jacket formerly only the upper i
part of the cylinders wa ; Your advertisement uitt" brinyyouprofitable:
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the water Jacketing extend returns when place it in
far below the lowermost point Upstairs ,I you ,
reached by thf head of the piston
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Marly to the lower edge of the Office Hours 8:30-4:301 .
piston skirt at the bottom of the OfEN EVENINGS ,
stroke The ring thus come In
r contact only with the cylinder Bt ArTOINTMKXT I THELEADERENTERPRISE
Wall surface that 1* constantly I II
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1'[CChe Churches ,;i I I Evangelist To Nazarene Comes Church CLASSIFIED ADS : : :1i


I The Rev. M. M Dummy at California :

---- I all over, an the evangelist country who will la speak known al'1; BATE: Flat IqMrttoa. 104JiM So a> line; subanueat .insertion.

BAPTIST the Homestead Church of the NI- __

I EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN I tarene on Friday and Saturday at!
Homestead-Th Rev C. N. 7:30 p. m. and on Sunday at 10:SJ i FOR RENT advertising or subscriptions for
,Walker, pastor. Sunday school it St John's-JUdUnd; UM Rev. a.m.and7:30p.m. II!I I wiping rap. 'lc.. pound allowed -

,18 a, m. Preaching at 11 a. m. Geo. M. Penh, pastor. Sunday Mr. Bussey la a fluent and fiery I I I FOR RENT- to year-round for clean rag, white or color
and 7:30 p. m.; B.Y.P.t1. tt 8.30 p.IB. school each Sunday at 10 a. m. speaker and always Interests hit ants-residence In Florida City.1, ed. Knit underwear preferred K,

Prayer services Wednesday at : English service on first Sunday of hearers, said the Rev. Howard I I Inquire LeaderEnterprise.FOR '
130p.m. each month at J p. m. and German Eckel, pastor of the church In announcing tEAL ESTATEREAL
service on third Sunday at 3 p. the meeting. RENT-Clean, neatly furniahed -
FIRST BArnsT CHURCH m. well located apartment I ESTATE--Those who want
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Nev. I -Morning sermon WILL HOLD LOVE FEAST 118 N. W. 4th St. (PAS to buy or aeU Redland District! i

by Dr. W. W. William; evea- METHODIST EPISCOPAL The Rev. W. M. Bates, district I real estate will find up-to-date

topic: Te Whom Does Ood Florida City Community Church I elder of the Miami and Lakeland 1 FURNISHED BEDROOM. Modem. listings in our office Man uf
Speak," I I i iI convenience Garage available.Mrs. these listings are still at subnormal -
districts of the Free Methodist
-the Rey. M. A. Soper .
pastor. C. W. McEwen. 18 N. E.
Beginning Monday evening I Church will hold the quarterly J prices. We shall apprcdate -
Sunday school at 9:10 a. m.; I 14th St (a27tf
'at 1SI: Dr. WUltan win conduct preaching at T:30 p. m. Church :I meeting at the Florid City Free either your Inquiries or
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t training school for night, Wednesday at 7:30. Methodist! Church Nov. 12, 13 and FOR RENT-by the year or for I your listings, all of which will
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Sunday school officers and I I 14 at 7-30: p. m. There wig be I winter season 7-room nicely I have our best attention. Now lathe
trachers.Goulds Redland Community Church the breaking of bread and an old I II furnished home, screened time to buy. B. W. Morris,

the Rev. M. A. Soper pastor. I fashioned love feast, Mrs. Edith I'' porches, fireplace, electric itove ; now associated with H. A. Cameron -
-The Rev. Noah Peterson day school at 10; preaching SWI-1'Tamblyn the pastor announces I I Apply Eva E. Collins, Federal N. W. 1st St.. In Clt.wlltBanlc'Bld.

paitor. Sunday school at 10 Church night, Thursday at : as well as sacrament of the Lord' 'I Highway at Biscayne drive. ) .. Phone 72.

a. m.; preaching at 11 a. m. and METHODIST EPISCOPAL, I Supper on Thursday night. I I O.RO\E
7:30 p. m.; B. Y. P. U. at 8:30 p. m. SOUTH I FOR SALEFOR CHARLES I.BROOK specializesIn
.Prayer service at 7.30: p. m. Wed- Too Busy '
I Redlanda properties.Purchasers .
nesday. I White Stone C'hul'tb-.Hom..1 Employer: "Can you some to I SALE cheap.-A. B. Chase are In MIAMI <"oHit }
stead; the Rev. A. A. Koeslune work tomorrow" piano Colt Carbide gas plant, with broker knot to
a :you
Nov It-Evening sermon i pastor. Sunday school at ':80 a..1 Unemployed: "No you set, I'm I small force pump, water tank. be REDLANDS BOOSTER.

by Dr. W W. WUlUn. m.; preaching 11 a. m. and 1:301 marching to a parade ot the. un Call at Waldln drive 1 Vi ml. west Send a your listing, with log.il.

I p. m. Junior League at 2:30: P.I 1 employed." Redland road, RFD Box 580. '
CATHOLtcChurch f description of land. price, tei mi,
m.; HI League at S:45 p. ra.; Seniori
-_ MULE FOR SALE.I78. Pine Grove etc. Send postal and I will call; y'
of the Sacred Heart i League at 6:30 p. m. Prayer meeting .. or give full Information to J. It t
Dairy, J miles east of Princeton.
s. E. Second avenue, Homestead; at 7:30: p. m. Wednesday.Nov. F. M. Dolan, Coral Gables. (Dick) Brooks Homestead.

the Rev. James Cloonan pastor. It-Morning message We have added a complete green 1232-J. ( CHARLES I. BROOKS
Sunday man at I a. m.; week day "My Faith". Special mule by Ever-j 128 N. E. First St. Miami
at 7:45 dally. Sunday school FOR SALE 10,000 with South Atlantic .
mat | choir of IS voices under direction I line of Mortgage
Saturday at 8,q. IJ1. Sunday, school] i of Irving Ljon. wonder pepper plants now

Sunday following I o'clock maaa. I Evening service: the pagei i ready. C. F. Talbot, Richard and LEGAL NOTICES ,
for women the tint Silver Palm roadn8U
Communion )
ant, "A Challenge el the
Sunday of month; for men and I I In the tweet of UM Cueetf J.4l.. HUM ,
Cross", presented by youngpeople's I II LARROPoultry I FRESH FRUIT-Oranges especially .f rt.elds.IN .
boys, the second Sunday of month. ait KSTATI OP JOHN J. HANIXIN.
Holy hour first Friday of month department. for sale at Dr. Lloyd C.Shanklin' >-m4. Owk CwnU. N.. I....
I Red- i T. AH CadIwa.w--. DMsla.a."d
at 7:45: p.Jn. Maas first Friday at Silver Palm Community Church' grove corner AU Pm.m H..l f COMMON M UWMI
I Feedto land road and Palm Ave.. S. W ........ a.N astwl
the
7:30 a. m. Benediction ot -the Rev. H. G. Cowan, paltor.I .
II ........ a.alned.ad
of Homestead. President, Harmony Yea and .eh .c rent am
Slewed Sacrament after mass. "Sl.D1dayachool every Sunday 10 i nouir-d so ...... may ....... and d.- r'cad.
Health Food Co., Inc., .
I wkkk tlil. r W way how
ftm w rm"
a. m.; preaching services on .... Jok I. H...... bit
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE : :r\:: \ Fancy foods of all kinds. Address against strew W
third and fifth Sundays at ol Miami Dade Comtr ftofW.. to UM
present stock of R. 1, Box 633. I County Join .( Ite* Counts. fliirM. .lIII
I1eI'Wa -City-Broadway and m. and 6pntPrlareteathe i our i otltM. In .... Coo,. HMM .< Miami
Sixth street Sunday school at FOR SALE Grothen Globe To- Florida, within ....., IM||M form thou
Rev. H. Q. Cowan at tlw tint ukllMUMi.. Hi this ....,...
8.45: a. m. for pupils vnder 20 years mato plants. Howard Paisley, .. ..
pastor. Sunday school at mini olive, w "_Me M ... .. .. i> 4
*of age; morning service at U 101 I Homestead Country: Club cor .e..tad .o vane will W
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a. m.; sermon at 11. hn-d. Am ;= to.:' Law .f the
o'clock. Wednesday evening serf 1 FULOPEPPoultryFee ner. (pn-8) SUM .f KtorMa lor Uw mr IMIV4 .
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vices Which Include tesUrnonlalsof linmtif It. leas,
healing and experiences and remarks I METHODIST FREE: TROPICAL FRUITS canUUl LAURA A. HANLON, Adm1t.l.InlNkte..taro.IOn.411.1e1.Nor. I, *
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or ( trait), ealsmondln (Panama -
on Christian Science) I p, _: egg
Florida City Uve Rev. Edith
m.* The public II cordially Invited I orange), Sc lb.; night blooming -
to attend.Nor. I Tamblyn pastor. Sunday school cereua fruit. 25c each; ca-
2:30 p. m.; preaching 3:30: and 'ItI5r"juJe rlssa (Natal plum), 13o qt; Turner's Funeral Home

tt'- Lesson sermon ; people's meeting, e e e guavas, Sc lb.; oranges lOo dos.
: AMBULANCE BERVICKLady ;
toiilet "Adam and Fallen 3:30 Tuesday; Mrs. Geo. W. Koeel. Redland Rd. M-IIIt.

....". prayer meeting 7:13: p. m. Thurs and Plummer Dr.,RFD Box 181. Allmdanl ;

CHURCH OF CHRIST day. I FOR SALE--Iron wheel wagon, 12 Phone ....R lIom..t.&tI. FlitMilkFedFryers

PENTECOSTAL I Hector Supply Co. inch tread, tractor hitch. Fine

'HenMsteaeV Firit avenue and' for low soft land. Preston Lee, -" "'-""-' .
Hunton Gould*-Rev. C. C. Hauberger.
N. W. Fifth street; T. J. Goulds. (pnl
minister. Bible study at 10 a m.; pastor. Sunday' school st 9:4.1! ;I Homestead, Fla. .

communion fellowship and preaching at 11 a. m. and 7.30: p. TOMATO pepper, broccoli plants fornFsltriMMlFRESH

preaching at 11 a. m.; preaching m.; Young people's meeting at 1:30': C. F. Talbot, Richard road and EGGSFtY.

7.30: p. m. Prayer meeting Wednesday p. m.; Ladies' prayer circle; Tuesday Silver Palm drive. (olBtf) SACKS
at 2.30: p. m. Mid-week prayer I
at 7.30: p. m.CHURCH
service Thursday at 7:30 p. m,I RIP RAP POINTERS ready to Dire CoV.. UrEwrnU
OF GOD hunt Edwin Vihlen. I N. E. 14th BU
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCHHomesteadKrome : Let UsRejuvenate --..--....-.."..""". ..
HomeateacI-IIOe N. W. First FREIGHT TRAILER first class

avenue; Fev. Ceo. Lorton, pastor. avenue at condition. 3892 Utopia Court
Sunday school at 9.41: a. m.; N. 16th street Sunday school at, Coconut GroVe, Phone! Bayvlew CITY DRAY

preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. 10 a. preaching at 11 a. tn I Your; Car l '. 484 (nltr HERMAN: WATTS Prop.

m.; Senior C 0. 0. Society 1.30 p. SPIRITUALIST TEMPLE OF I Hauling of any kind at any
FOR SALE-8-room house with
Intermediate C. O. O. S. In
; time. Bare delivery gnaraa-
TRUTH : Work bath, Inquire Leader-
Wood garage.
parsonage 8.30 p, m. Mid-week teed. PHONE 513-W
j prayer service at 7:30: p. m. Wednesday Homestead-branch of Miami Body, Fender Repairs Enterpriao. (nl-13-)
of Truth in' -
Spiritualist Temple -
POINSETTIAS-double and single -
Woman's Club, 410 N. W. Eighth' Tops and TrimmingSeat any quantity. Fred Vihlen 1 T/9e1r
CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE
avenue. Men's Bible class and .Covers

Homestead-Th Rev. Howard young people's lyceum at 7.11: p.: BARRELS suitable for spray bar-

Eckel, pastor. Sunday school at m.; healing by Dr.. J. Carl Hobson. Painting: rels. J. F. Dyches. Redland road
at 7.45 lecture and messages at opposite post office. (nl.lf"! ,
9:41 a. m.; preaching at 11 a. m. : ;
l and 7:30:
J Juniors meeting at 6:30 p. m. NONDEOM.VATIOALPRATER :I Art's Paint Shop sale. Frank Bernecker, Ji..

Prayer meeting Wednesday evenIng SERVICE Krome avenue and Sliver Palm
7:30. MS N. KROME AVE,
road. (s27U)
I Bible study and prayer service
\ N... 1-1*-Evangelist ilL ilL conducted by the Rev. H E. Bergof LOST

Bnssey will preach at 7:30 p. Miami at home of Mrs. O. L
m. Ala at 11:31: a. m. Sunday -
Gault every Friday at 3 p. m. I LOST-Diamond bar pin at Homestead -

A series of lectures on the Homestead Country: Club on Oct. :31

Princeton-J. K. Benson, pastor. Book of Revelations Is now In Return 1o Mrs. T. S. Slone, Pet-

Sunday school at 8'45: ; preachingat progress. All Invited. era. REWARD. (pn8)

10.4: a. m. and 7.30: p. m. ICE
Junior meeting at 6.30: ; young Plumbing Co. MISCELLANEOUSRELIABLE

". people' meeting at 630.: Prayer OLD
meeting Wednesday at 7:30 p. m. See and Drive the193aPLYMOUTHS WATCH REPAIRING.W. .
H. Woods, McCrory Arcade

,, EPISCOPALSt I For Plumbing Installations !- HEMSTITCHINQ while you wait I
I.ba'ti-S. E. Second avenue Singer sewing machines and re-

and Fourth .....t, Homeitead 1 Repairs and, II pairs.: Mrt Wm. H. Booth

Minister ivehargej glue Re*. C. t". htf -.f'. : I Septic Tank Oonstriif- across from F. E. C. statloriPIANO
L Palmeri-'Joy 'reader, Joseph '
|,Cauzens. Sunday school at 9.43i : tion and Service. I TUNING and repairing.
each Sunday; church services I I Good used piano for sale cheep
1 Bros. W. E. Koon ill N. W. 3rd St.
fjfourth Sunday at 7:30: p. m. Comm Lawrence
inlon at 6 a. m. second Sunday II I
W. II. BOOTH WANTEDRAGS s
.of month; corporate communion ituD mr
for Woman's Auxiliary at 10.30 I Leader- ,
: a. m. on Wednesday before fourth t I OPPOSITE F. E C. DEPOT W\"JTED-Tht NT AP s.t
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Tftln ':I'IlELEADE1! .fNTERPRIE: Friday November 8, mil.

I( Anael Barrow Wm. Bradley, Mr. cenae The negro pleaded Mot
Bronchial Pneumonia ,
H SLATE
BEDLAM m: IIAS17GAMESONCARD FOR FIRST Wlttkop and Mr Bleier. guilty to the drunkenness charge.
Fatal to R. G. WIlliam Ha was caught by the _table
i Sunday on the Dixie Highway be- .
f f HALF! HADE BY NEGRO BOUND OVEB I
tw n,flack Point and Princ.'ttoa.I ri
JtoberbQ.'SUue.l'Job)Williams, Jim Jlowelt ftegro wan-bound
; SQUADMany wlntar nMmi of UodaDo Joe the CAGE LEAGUEContinued rasa to b-Dade County Court of i
FOR CAGE
BOKCSTKAD LODGE NO. Si
part IS reara, died of bronchial Crimea under 7200 bond by Justice -
of the Peace Sid L Kendrick I 1 0. O. ,P.
pneumonia In California Pa.. on .
t ( From Pat On) In a preliminary hearing aniwerto meets
Many Candidates Expected every Taendayevealat at
I Wednesday of hit week: after an
two charges placed by ComtabktJoe
. Practice Campbell, Robert Lance Ben I'dock hi to.o.r. Hall, if.w.
Out for
illness of three de,..
only He was 'Scarborough-that of operstieg.e
bt street
Branch: Xawt Aldrich, Charles I
Next Week to have left the Monday{preceding Sullivan, X B. Clonltager. Robert car while drunk and of operating laltere 'curlews.
, __ tar with li-
I a an improper
his death for his annual sojourn In Rohrer,Robert ShanfcUn. J
; Practice tot the Redland High Dlitrtet..
the Redland Walton Nurerle-Alton Home,
School basketball squad will start
1 next week. A large number of Mr. Williams, who WM 87 7eal'l'old Lloyd .FieldRebert KUeh, Arthur -:
J J candidate 1*expected to turn out. wall Nora in Pennsylvania. French, Aiuel Burrow Gar-: FOR MAYOR
Whoa young man he prospected land Wynn and St. Elmo:
Seventeen will be played
! :on:1rr for gold In the Blackfoot Hllla and Brooker .Lumber 'Co.- YOUQ"j
this year, some of the JT will be a candidate for the efflce ef Mayer If nominated at
later he entered the feed business Brooker,Wilburn Reed, Elmer and
date yet to be the City CaeM on Nev. IS. It I am nominated and listerelectad
t = la Callftornla, Pa, In which he Ovid Sullivan, Roland Taboo
r Six of tart tint will I will continue to she the people the ease boDed fair and
: be back this year Ralph Mulllna, engaged until hla retirement aonw Marvin Shaw and ..LawrenceCampbell. Impartial service that I have gives them the peat few yean aa
years ago. He leaves two nephews City Cnnt' I those who that I
4 Roy Campbell, Tommy Campbell, maa. ran assure support) n e
, Boy Nelson and Luben Green C A. William and C. J. Williams W. D. Horne Cov-Eugene: am not the candidate'.f any ene Individual or select group but
wood. Some of thaw, however, at Modello and other relatives Campbell, Harold Brenner, Ar- will verve all the people la the beat ef my ability.
miy not play on the tint team ta Homestead who gave a thur Hemmingi, Dan Mulliai,
because of the lack of interest bf'thdll7pa1't1 every year when ha Wayne .Krpenbach, Wm. Bradleyand '
was down here to which he always John Bauer, TOMKIRBYSaturday
shown In pnettee. I
. Expected out for practice from looked forward with keen pleas Present at the meeting Wednesday -
ure. night wen P J. Franklin
I last ,e.r'f second team are: Bill
, Chamber, Dentition RIvera, Cha ,
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Zlchenberfer: E. J. Graham R.
C Jackaon. Olen Glldden, Fred : Sugar Creek CreamerBUTTER/ Brookfield
'i Vlhlen. Clarence Mullini J. D.
in Conner, Richard Edward: Jack : CREAM .CHEESE
Turner Ernest Campbell, Ken
ueth Chambers and Clement Rua-

elL are: Grady Other anticipated Cowan, Robert candidates and : lb.print---34Q[ pkg. -.- ---5C--

Richard. Venn and Howard Lee. _
The Incomplete schedule If at
follows: : Brookfield Big Juicy
Dec. Horaeitaad at Home-
. tead. LL Hot
' land.Dec. Homestead at Red' COUNTRYRUlb. Dogs

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,ai Jan. 7-Miami Edison at Miami SpecialsMilk
Edton. .------ c lb. _.- I7c ,;
) Jan. 10-Ida M. Fisher at Red- I

,.l' land.Jan 14-Open. Sliced I. ARMOUR'S 3 tall cans 1 7 C CenterC1ItPork ,

Jan. 17-Tort lauderdale at

Fort land.Lauderdale.Jan.. 21-Miaml. High at Red- : B. Bacon FLOUR PiUsbury'fl.Z9 Chops : ,

Jan. 24--Open .. :
Jan. 19-Ponce de Leon at Red-I : Ib.------26C
land. lb.-----.3 9 c : ;
Feb. 1 Open. : I COFFEE Maxwell House

Beach.Feb. J-Jd. M. Fisher at Miami Georgia l5e f Ib. 'Z7c Fresh Ground /

Feb. 8-Miami Edison: at Red- :
land. TOMATOES 15c .Sausage Meat
Feb. l -0pen. : SteaksAny No..2 cans ,
Feb.: 15-JTort Lauderdale at I I
Redland.Feb. ) Argo 2 lb. pkg. 3 Iff.,pkgs.Campbells lbe------IOC I

+ Feb. 1 Si-Open.--Miami High at Miami. : Th. 2.9c PRUNES13e SALT. -lOe : '.

de Leon at Ponce
Feb-42&--Poacs
Tomato Scans Water Ground Sibs.SOUP25e .
de Leon. City Chicken 'Fresh Ground : r
1IEAL18e '

WHEN m. AN : STICKS HAMBURGERib.
DRUM .
.. No. 2 Can each Medium 5 lb!.

= : Apple Sauce lOc GRITS18c
ib. ::1Sc
; .eacb- -- SC ------ :

RED CHIEF Homelike '
Cobblerisc
Georgia Beef Salad Dressingpts. i StarHAMS ".
DOG FOOD
:
CHUCK ROASTIb.l7c POTATOES
i Tall Cans '

: 10 lbs. 21C: : 'Whole or Halt ;
-25C
: 5 for qts.25c

lb.29c f r rJ

'Trappey'sBLACKBERRIES Pink tall can Dried lb. '

SALMON12c APPLES17c DaisyCheese.

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Pork and tall can Peanut 2 lb. jar

'Central Service StationG. BEANS - 5c BUT1 ER -35c .

W. DRIGGERS, Prop. 3 No. 2 cans-29C

PHONE: .....,HOMEStEAD: ,U I. 4 String each Boston 'lg, can
lb.-------23C !
: All-Good BROOMS 25c Brown Bread-23c


W.MaxweHBmith1NSU1LL ; Peaches FLORIDA HOSEFLOUR 24 Ibs. Bulk

CEFIRII' Plant or
ACTO, TfiBM AND.UFE4tM Self 9W
Rising
LARD
McCrery"e MtMOSh Arcade a No.2V2 can-2.7c


Golden. Grains Puffed Com or Peas a NO. 2 cans 25c lb. :I4c
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Edward .Stiling '
Peerless Ilardwater
"Real 'Estate SOAP 3 cakes IOC Standard
General Insurance ; YHEATpkg.

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,I. NEWT 6. BALL Flakes FREE!11! Ice Cream Dish with ---- 5C =:

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