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Title: The leader-enterprise
Uniform Title: Leader-enterprise (Homestead, Fla.)
Portion of title: Leader enterprise
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: South Dade Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Homestead Fla
Creation Date: March 20, 1936
Publication Date: -1941
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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 )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1931.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 29, no. 2 (Jan. 10, 1941).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 29, no. 1 (Jan. 3, 1941).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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;x VOLUME XXIV-NUMBER 12. HOMESTEAD, FLORIDA, FRIDAY MORNING, MAR. 20,1936. PRICE FIVE: CENT-1.4; ; ,





;. SEEK -U.S.. AID IN WATER CONTROL.Diamond ::1









II .-Ball- -Next Month [GROWERS' nlASs MEETING TO




4 TEAMS--PLAN To Present Citrus Marketing Pact i BE HELD HERE WEDNESDAY


For Grower Approval Monday NightThe

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LEAGUE PLAY marketing agreement, requested land where a conference of an UNDERAUSPICESOFCOFCREGISTRATION

by the Florida citrus !county agent wa held to study .
dustry in February and tentat!In-I I the citrus marketing agreement --

ly signed by the United I Sixty-seven cent of the Channel Other Than WPA

BY MID APRILSponsor secretary of agriculture test week, I were'caused by last year's incessant Object of Action for
will be preaented to grower of rains.A. \l'
the Redland District at a meetingto I
be held in the Redland Farm I F. Arthur, president ot the AND EXEMPTION SurveyA
diamond ball league last said
to Meet Thurs Life School' auditorium Mondaynight year '
I call for of South
grower
yesterday that of business
.. day Night to Organize at I o'clock. Another meeting 1 I' would prevent pressure his taking an active DEADLINES NEAR Dade County to meet In Home t
will be held at 9:45 Tuesday
Fast Circuit : part in the direction ot the league .f'. 't i stead next Wednesday night with
morning In the Community Hall I
'I the Redland District Chamber of
this year but he would give all possible -
at South Miami for the in
grower The deadline are making up Commerce and representative of
assistance to the organization.
A meeting1 Cf prospective sponsors that section ft Dade County. on citizen of this section end will all civic and Municipal organization '
and manager of diamond ball Several men who will be closely
The proposed marketing program cause them great inconvenienceand In this area for the purpose
team will be held at 8 p.m.Thurs connected with diamond ball suggested -
and the method of balloting discomfort If not lose of money of united action to
day In the office of Brooker I that Frank B. Rue, a sports taking get a
Lumber Co. for the* purpose of required for its final approval will enthusiast would be the logical and voting privilege, unless federal project for water control,
be explained by representatives more Interest II shown than hal the next
organizing a city diamond ball person for the presidency this year will be sent out In dayor
I of the state agricultural extension I been evident to date. the
two agriculturalagent
by county
league to begin play about the middle -, Both Mr Rue and Mr. Hobbs,
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The last for homestead
service, the United States department day filing C. H. Steffanl.
of AprilBrooker I in separate interviews,said yesterday -
of agriculture and the Flori- exemption apllcatlona-both
Lumber Co., Walton that they favored two leaguesa The meeting will be held In
da Citrus Commission, County city and county- ll April 1. Homeowners
Nurseries and W. D. Home Co., allot fast league of four team, commercially the Neva King Cooper School auditorium ..
if
Agent C H. StefTani announced must reapply evtl'1Jelr
whom had diamond ball team: on sponsored and composedof at 8 o'clock. All grower \
card mailed to grower from hi.oft'lee they expect to get exemption. Both
list of fruit or vegetable are urgedto
year and basketball team in younger and more agile boy
Mr. StelTant apent Friday county and city of Homestead
j the season Just finished, have signified must be present
i grower approve the marketIng
and Saturday of last week In Lake- application blankS may be obtained -
committee of the thorn
intention'of A joint
their
sponsoring agrement and 61 per cent of from Claude tax
Campbell, assessor .-
diamond ,ball aggregation again the shippers must sign it beforeIt ber of commerce and the> city

1si/ ;year,.QeorgeN.' WakettaM.' CUBANS COMING becomes etr eU"- JXOUld: oov'* slat applicant aL3Jomcetaad.wbo.wl1LFa In filling'them cut-> tblfucl"'of'PatneHEd4"tentt rr, "'.,

i ;; idviler the Homestead chapter' er the remainder of the 1835-36 and will forward the county application with WPA authorities In Miami
ef Future' Farmer,was out of the: season and the entire 1936-37 Mason Tuesday morning after the heavy li
... to the tax
county assessor.
city1/,yesterday but his assistant! HERE FOR NEXTAVOCADO unless sooner terminated by Application for exemption from I rain of Sunday and Monday finished +
t Alvin Simmon, said he understands -I the secretary of agriculture. The I Florida City taxes must be filed wiping out the glade land
that the Future Farmer 'vegetable AwlsUnt District -
I grower referendum vote will be crop
with Mrs. Flora IX Myen, town
will have a team In the field the' TALK taken under the supervision of I clerk of Florida City. Administrator Wm. Wendt,

tame at last year. county agent and local.commit* The deadline for precinct reglstration an engineer, pent Wednesday afternoon
Toy Hobbs, veteran ball player I tee during the week of March 21, --and every voter mUtt reregister touring the practically 1
and manager of the Walton outfit,I After both side to the Cuba- and grower who are unable to this year--le April e. After submerged farming area With the l'
ha agreed to that the municipal Florida conference controlled committee and other familiar wttto
see : on vote anytime before p. m. Tueo that date, those who wish to
field 1* put In proper repair to' marketing ot avocados have had day March 3L At the time they (Continued on Page Twelve) the problem of both drought and
the extent of cleaning up the diamond time to think over suggestions discussed vote, grower will be asked to flood in this section.

conditioning the infield, cooperating Saturday In Havana, the attend any meeting will be able to I Earlier in the day, Mr. Wenrtt, '
s with the city' light and, Cuban Shipper Association will state the number of boxes of oranges speaking as a guest of the Homestead
j power force In putting new reflectors end a delegation to Homestead grapefruit and tangerine CONSIDER STOP Rotary Club, had IIu 1
and light bulb on the to continue the discussion, Chas they marketed during the 1934-38 lursnce that the WPA district' 1

flood-lighting pole and filling up Pratt and John R Mathers, delegation season, and the number of boxesof LIGHT AT KROME office in Miami would lend every :,
the hole in the parking area which I' from the Florida Avocado each they shipped through a aid to have a water control survey

and men, and another league of Association, announced on their co-operative: marketing organization project approved, but after the
four team of ports-loving business return Monday. I AND FLAGLER AV. tour both he and others In the party i

\ men of the district who are I When their boat docked at Ha- A control committee to administer agreed that the scope of tNt ,
not ashamed to be seen strikingout vana Saturday morning, Mr. Pratt the agreement would consist :- I project called for engineering kill

or dropping a fly ball but and Mr. Mothers and J. O. France,I of the 11 members who compose In.tallatlonlIutton or stoplight and expense not at the disposal' of ..
would play mainly for the exercise who represented the California 1 the Florida Citrus Commission. at the intersection of Krome I WPA.A i

and relaxation. It was suggested avocado Interest, were met by a Under this proposed and ITagler avenues will be considered I letter to Congressman J. Mark I
I II program
that the Rote and Lloni reception committee from the of by a committee appointed Wilcox wa written by P B Bird, > !
shipment oranges grapefruit
. Initiate organization of the second Havana Chamber of Commerce' of chairman of the l committee
... and tangerine grown in the state at the regular meeting the city joint
." league. I and escorted to the chamber ofj i of Florida which are moved In Interstate council Monday night The Committee which had been enlarged by two w ,'
Henry Brooker, Jr., head of commerce headquarter, where commerce and to Canada composed of Councilmen member from the Homestead Rotary ;

Brooker Lumber Co., said he wa I the conference took place. Ten could be regulated during weekly J. L. Burton, Henry Brooker Jr. Oub.
.. willing to start playing any time of the leading avocado shippersin I period so as to prevent depressed ,and B. W. Morris will also investigate A letter to Congressman J. Mark
J, and that his boy are "raring to
Cuba were present and expressed price which might result from excessive the expense of repainting Wilcox describing the condition i.
go. through an interpreter', their supplies In the out-cf-state parking line along the main bual* of drought in the summer for fruitgrower
>l W. T. McConnell, who will have compete willingness to Co-operate ,market ness streets and drown-out in rainy

(Continued on Page Three) with the United State shippers,j Appointment of the committee i season for farmer and asking
: The control committee would
Mr. Pratt laid. After each side followed appearance before the for advice and aid in seeking relief c
had presented Its view, the conference 'tablishment have the power to recommend es- council of W.M.Fifleld, representing through the proper channels
of +
State Horticultural adjourned with the understanding shipping prorate the Redland District Chamber was mailed Wednesday afternoonby

Society Meets in May that the next conference period, or periods of regulation of Commerce, who called attentionto P. B. Bird, chairman .f the
would be held here at a time to beset of grade and sizes of fruit shipped the almost complete obliteration ,>joint committee, which had bred

t".. DeLand Mar. 19 (FNS)-!The later. I and to of co-operate agriculture with In de-thesecretary of parking line and consequent enlarged at the Rotary meeting by
49th Annual Meeting of the Florida Later the Florida-California waste of parking pace by two member from that club,
I veloment of plan for diversion of
I. > State Horticultural Society representatives were "royally en fruitHandler car parking at Incorrect angles.On Frank Skill and Wade Hunt The '
it ,will be held here May 8, 1 and T, tertained" El Mundo, leading ,, surplus behalf of the chamber, he also Lion Club and the Redland Jfe** ,
it was announced by Bayard F. Spanish language newspaper In would be required to asked for strict enforcement 'ol'''trlct Improvement Association wild tj;:''',

Floyd of Davenport, secretary of Havana, carried a long article pay the control committee H cent I parking rules regarding truck be asked to appoint member to the
t' the organization.The about the conference with photographs per standard box shipped from the 8. I* West appeared si a "eom- committee and have representative

I." Florida State Horticultural ot the visiting avocado. men time the program become effective mittee of one actuated only by his present at the meeting Wednesday 1
i .Society one of the oldest horticultural from the United State. to September 1. 1936, and tt own conscience' to ask action to night
association In the country cent per box thereafter. This assessment doe bin on Sunday. Ha was The committee that Interviewedthe "
\ f and the published proceeding of may be Increased or decreased Informed that the council has such WPA district director, L. O.Sandqulst ','
I Its annual meeting have been sent THE WCATHEB: a* found necessary an ordinance pending. No actionon Tuesday was teinptiee

t to horticulurist all over the world. In general the marketing agreement this ordinance and other In of Councilman Henry Breaker.
t Plan for the coming meeting o.w.I wad m ss..a..1M e.awekdrer.e..e la designed to Improve marketing process of enactment was taken a* Jr.,of the Homestead city council's
' 'include discussion of current ta.d.e. naaw"" IL.Maa condition and Increase returns City Attorney George McCaskillwa WFA committee, Mr. Bird, Red- 4

problem M the growing and marketing Lax MII for an industry from which not present with corrected land District Chamber of com01...

of citrus fruit, reportsby Mar 13 __ 74 4 approximately 20,000 grower de- drafts of the measures. merce committeeman, and Ben .;:
,ki.(. the Florida Citrus Commission 1 Mar. 14 -- | 78 IS Bar'F- rive their Income The annual Street Committeman B. W. Morris Archer, president of the chamber, f-

tic' and a review of results obtained I Mar 1} ...-_ I 184 n value of the Florida citrus crop was commended for work: done of commerce. Frank Rue, another J.
through the operation of the state' Mar. II |I'. 81 30.OS I.4S accounts for over 98 per cent of In preparing parking lots at three member of the council's WPA
national advertising campaign onoranges Mar. 17 ....- |179 n 2977 .37 this state' farm income from fruit point In the business section but I committee conducted the tour of
grapefruit and tanger J!I Mar. IS __ ,8. J8 2996 and nut production, and nearly SO was advised to intend the work the deluged fanning area In con*-
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NaRP 'rut n THE EADER ENTERPRISE Friday,_March :20, lit! :!hI'll .
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' OPERATING SET To Present Citrus Marketing Pact [ Rev. J. D. Adcock Will I Gossamer
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i 1 Conduct Revival Here "Look here Jane, said the mister .
: For Grower Approval Monday Night of the house, "how many note
UP OF COUNTY ISSPEAlillR'S I The Rev J. Dean Adcock pastor time have I to tell you about '
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I of the First Baptist Church of these cobwebs? I've rust had to
(Continued from Pace One) Orlando and president. of the Flor- sweep one off the bed rail and
TOPIC i per cent of the total farm moorae Retail One Cent Sale ida State Baptist Convention will throw it In tot fin myaelf

from all principal crops producedIn Non on at Dixie Drug; conduct revival services. In the "Good gracious, fit," exclaimedthe
i Florida. In recent yean ties j First Baptist Church of Homestead maid, -that', the missus' fancy
'n. board of county commJe- income of Florida citrus growers One of the Dixie Drug's ever from Apr. 15 to 24, the Rev. C. N. I dress for tonlghfa ball."-Fort
group of blulnemen trying tostoners has been decreasing while production popular one-cent ales to now Inprogress Walker pastor of the church an- : William Times-Journal
to nothing more than aconduct
has been Increasing For
and two articles can be nounces.
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the business of the county,
the five seasons ending U2B-M for the of Mr. Adcock has been of I
purchased price one ar- pastor
T W Family Tree
Cannot, attorney for the Dad
the total farm value of the Florida
Orlando church for the
ticle plus one cent the past
County emmisdoa "I understand wife
toM the Red- citrus crop averaged $30,800- your cam
land Dtetrict Lion Club TIM- 000 and declined to aa averageof The bargains are broadcast over fifteen :years. He to an able speaker from a fine old famll)."
day Might about $12,000,000 during the j WQAM at 19-30 daily and' one well worth hearing, "Cam to hardly the word-ih*
"The last : The sato closes Saturday night aaidMr Walker. brought It with hcr-Ex
principal duty that they five yean The hum value _
have is 1o prepare a budget eeeh of teat season's crop teas epproxV I 1
any other business man or tor9 _tab tI3MO.IMO The average BEDLAM: ) III OUT John Tower Injured
9 y"r," lie tald "They are UlleporntiOll annual production of oranges and t i grapefruit Increased from 20,193- '1
in this except that they '
h.,\e to 1 h,' more careful because 000 boxes for the a-,..r period 1 FOR BASEBALLi 1 John Tower to suffering from a
,nun the budget w adopted it ..n"ot .....ae to HM-3. !nelu.lvl.to an I cut knee received Suriflay\ morning,
f he ch.meed, They l'nn.t exceed average of 90,015000 boxes for'' ,I when the Austin he was driving .
their budget and they can't twitch th five seasons ending 1134-35 i High School, Miami 1 while distributing the Miami Tnhune I II
money from one fund to nether eIt to hoped that a :large number 1 I'I Edison High Ida M Fisher of ,,, was wrecked In a collision
under penalty) of fine or Imprisonment of growers will attend the meetings Miami Beach and West Palm Beach "I I with a Ford roadster driven by
and vote in the referendum. I High School have; organized a I II three Mulllns brothers, nephew
d The moat important fund in the Those desiring copies of the pro I baseball league and plan to playan I I of Mrs.. Curtis Lee, near the Let '
budget it the general fund which posed agreement to study can obtain It-game schedule. Last year. : home in Goulds nil assistant, Ct
i to divided into a number of headIngs them from the county agent District Eight had only a few :I I Thos. Varnadoe of Longview, to I
to take care of maintenance games. in the Kendall hospital recovering
a and operation of the court house, ''I Players from last year's team ![ from head and knee brulwi. LISTEN TO THE
election and registration of voters SEEK U. S. AID i who are available this year are: ; The occupants of the other car D1
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and the county farm and hoe- jLuben Greenwood, W. Chambers I II were not Injured and their car was ,
pita The next fund takes care Und' Roy Campbell pitchers; Wilson 1 not seriously damaged Mr. Lee
of the pay roll of ITS employeesof IN CONTROL OF Walsh catcher; Ralph Mul- brought Mr. Tower and hit helper I
the county, the operation of I I Un, third base; Tommy Campbell 1 er Homestead. ,
and t. J. Graham first base !
the criminal court, the feeding WATER TABLEContinued ; Ray
of prisoners, the salaries of Judges Nelson and R. Edwards, shortstop Robert Hall In Charge j I
except those of fee circuit court,I 00:1.1 I ; Kenneth Chambers, outfield l Of P.J. Franklin Market I

which ire paid by the state, and ( From: Page ;_and. .. Robert Cast Infield. .
+F tilt maintenance ef the county solicitor's parry with Dr H. 'S. Wolfejiirector Players Prom last years junior ]I P. J. Franklin, Inc, announces]I -
office. high squad are: Cohen Leggett ; that Robert Hall of Covlngton,
The road and bridge fund to ment Station of the and Subtropical president Of -1 I and Leonard Cash catchers; Fred I Ky, has been placed In charge of Two More Big Days
set up for road and bridge buildIng Homestead Rotary Club. Vlhlen and Howard Lee, second the meat department.
and maintenance and beautification I base; Earl Swilley, Jack Turner, '| Mr Hall to a son of Louis A. SATURDAY
of roads and parks Then At the Rotary Club meeting Mr. I Ernest Campbell, Deniston Rivers, I j I j I Hall of Homestead and a brother FRIDAY AND
then to the Interest and sinking Bird read a copy of a report on Wilbur Wood O Cowan and O'i,I of the late Harry O Hall and Mrs.
fund. Other funds are the cause-f a preliminary examination of the I Glidden, outfielders. ,j i 1 M. A. Berger He has spent 28
way fund road equipment fund, drainage conditions In the marl The schedule to as follows: Mar. t i year in the grocery and meat Listen in on Station
mother pensions, agriculture area near Homestead made last 31, Fisher at Fisher Apr. 3, Edison !- II j I business and was meat cutter for WQAM at 10:30 a. m.
mosquito control publicity and August by B. S. Clayton, associate' at Redland, Apr. T, open, Apr. :: a Homestead grocery store In IIJU.'I I
others drainage engineer of the bureauof 10, Fisher at Redland, Apr. 14, He plans to bring Mrs Hall and
lade County financial condition agricultural engineering U. & Edison at Edison, Apr 17, Westi i'I their children, Miss Roberta, Miss'
n probably equal to that of department of agriculture This Palm Beach at West Palm Beach; Jeanne, Gerhard and Gordon, to.. Dixie Drug
any other county In the state, Mr report gave data on which a project Apr 31. Fisher at Fisher; Apr 'I Homestead soon I
('at on said In Dada County the survey might be based. He West Palm Beach at Mr. Franklin remodeled his I
county commissioners meet once then Introduced Mr Wendt, who (tentative): Apr 24, Edison 23'1'I' store recently and installed SAVf WJ1'' s..orv.'

a week, has a chairman who ho tion.gave assurance of WPA co-opera Redland.: Apr. 28, open; May I Friedrlch floating ai. electric cooler a'' ORUCi stOR"'VE 4
regular office hours In the courthouse open I in the meat department
all the time and It operatesto It la believed that a duvet appropriation -
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some extent through committees or an appropriationunder
he said. the the soil conservation
Mrs. r M. Hudson of Miami program win be the proper meth-
wife of the law partner of Mr. Ca- od. The best engineering skill in
son sang several Irish melodiesto the country to believed needed on
her own accompaniment George a survey to determine the reasons' STUDY YOUR
L. Swan, program chairman for for existing conditions and to
March announced that Judge recommend remedies therefor. I'

Worth Trammel would be the i

speaker for next weeks meeting. "Is my face dirty or to It my j FERTILIZER NEEDSFor
Imagination?" i

Revival Will Close "Your face to clean, t can't tell
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Revival services continue at the Islsoamo eleven years we have been studying the fertilizer
Homestead Methodist Church with : ;
splendid attendance every nightTime fjpacssL'l t : I requirements of South Dade County soils with the result
special! services are planned
for Sunday, the dosing day : :: that we hate constantly improved our formulas wherever j(

int. ,it n a. m, one at S p m and I ?' .' ..
ont .,t ?:30_ tf'PHYSICAL possible. When advisable, we hue introduced new fertilizer
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',\ ,'Ordlallnvltation I I. extendedto .
ill to attend the services and I CULTURE HOTEL elements. We promoted the use of Manganese Sulphate .:

to bring Sunday. dinner so they can : i'
loin 'm a pot luck meal on the IDEAL too H die 7-610t. ::: and now we have diversified crops instead of
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church grounds after the morn- I .......... kv I' 1&:-- i
ng a'nice," said the ReA.. A. NATURAL MUTHOM.ONLY- precariously depending on one crop alone. :',
Ito.utilne. pastor of the church WCtAIIONS.n4Ur NO MLDiemu.. DRUGS o* I '
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The Rev. J, I Whitworth. our .......... ... "Weedof ; sad :u."t". ,
xangeUst. to being led by God In I .. .,* .:.er w = When you buy Redland Brand Fertilizers you are Vi
bringing soul-stirring messages.All I molt we --1- to
Homestead should be deeply I MOOCrATt &.... ': getting a product which is the result of careful study by J
Unst.IIj> M, r
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interested In these services as they I : "
mean much toward the betterment nit< l> M H>!4 a MMM.Mff.rlM tUMVMM -. 1 a local concern'whou past, present and future is tied up-! .': .

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Friday. March 20,1988. THE LEADER ftNTERPRIS Nam. Thus.

I: far two yean pat In ,. I I I to stealing nine bushels Must for the rally that WM !1 'I"lII.a.* MM
4 TEAMS PLAN
: City MM MMtt her home from tala farm of "' rained. out the opening day of The .rounji bride sadly nn'd
lit her ion Robert, In the McNIte, coIiI ed. who I! the Dade County Tropical Fair will Mvn are too mean for an"ILt, '
LEAGUE PLAY section ol Homestead !I I Q Parker ta South be invited to the May I rally and 'Whati the trouble nowSK'
*. to survived rt her ; \ Oantani. He WIll many who had not announced ed her bet friend
td'sr, ': *, Mr*. T o:: !I I I to tile true County earlier will be contacted Why. I asked Jack fn tin' .n
BY MID APRILContinued Mr* a 8 ArrawM and I for I today and he said that 1 tmiH I IH-
rt I nefraahmanta will be on sale
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,. tad storied to drive
with the
content
V Hamilton of Homeetoed I splendid .azrthat
III I during the day by the Redland
Mn B. A. Hughes of Lake the potato who he nature gave me" \I1I1I'I".J i '
4 ; P.-T. A. and the proceed will be I
( From Paw One) three loni. Robert E. and I'I by Mr. Parka I dIWhd equally between that or- : Lo. .
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Charge of the W. D. Horne Co. Orubbi of Homestead and gHitaattan and tile *ehe.l band I
team for Frank Skill that owner the earlier of the four Frank brother Orubbi, L.of South X. : I I with', broke Mr.his Parker ankle.m and the whisk WIll we the money toward ; hat W s
company agree I ; purchase of UMltMrm, Mr John- c'i
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" to the Dad County .1
the league I* started the more Quincy T. H. Gilbert of ; aim Mid.
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.. amusement and recreation for Red- bridge, Ca, Emory O by Con table Joe
land District resident will be I, Fort Gaines, 01., and Frank after-afterboon': He will be tried the'I.I
forthcoming bert of Blakciy Ga.: one I heals_._ I '\
The four team Mn. L. L. Cain of Corpus '
mentioned a*
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and Fish Set PAULlA BOAT SUPPLY
ready for the tart of the 11136 diamond Texas, and seven c Fry
.f ball season will probably I; The pall bearer were: :i May 2 by .
have practWal! \ the lime line-u,* Cash, Henry Dodson Ceo
.v at Ian year. with tome of them ton Jr.. H. Kufeldt, Goo I political rally on the MARINE HARDWARE
strengthened with players from bell and B. C. Murphy. i
Rodland Farm Ute
BUILDERS' SUPPLIES
I YACHT & BOAT
the Row and notary Funeral Home was in cluIr
Fort I for Saturday May t,
} Interment I = District ,!
Two maTk ehnngeft have been ', President W.
matte In th\diamond ball nie.for POTATO THIEF announced! this I
.y 1930 Onf riUtat team will con- John Taylor, colored ,. fry picnic dinner will 260 S. W. 6th Street Miami, Fla.
list o(nine mra Instead of ten; the I guilty before Justice of the 'd fret to all who attend. I
abort,or joniri&g. fielder I I. eliminated Sid L. Kendrick Wednesday candidate who were on '
a The other change :length-I I
em thedretadee from the pitcher
: boxer, .ylate from 87 H, to WHEN BETTER AUTOMOBILES ARE BUILT, :. BUICK WILL BUILD THEM
I'D feet 5
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Converted'Jew ess Will '"

il Speak', in Florida City

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Ell&w Cf: Schtti, a converted
:Jewel who. hat been In Miami
"j Mt Winter will speak In the Free
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McthodiBt C Church In Florida City
Sunday evening at 8 clock, the ,
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f "j 'ftev; Edith! Tamely Warren, pa.- a,3 w f NI, T.3a T.
tor of the church announce
At 3 o'clock In the afternoon !
Miss SchaU Will give an object I I
lesson 'TheProdigal Son." '
All are Invited to both services '

. : Mrs. L.WGrubhsIies I .."

j:1 j:1I After Short IllnessM11 i. D
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'ter. '
Orubbi died in ul I ,, ,
0 altii "iilW, MonOy after n 1ahtt I $1945 Rini. ]Mob's ahhk'aWks
I ''i h<1 sa_Tad was burled Wed-I .uitAgot
i 1 I'oeidat-ifternoon In Palm Ceme- o ssl
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terjt .(u ar nj* following services : r."t -Foss jet too s1 + er a3I' '
I -at the Church of God by the Rev also d!sd 'J a glass
I es s
Goo Lorton.
: Mn Grubbi who WAS 52 .r. w." %.0 0 east E!'"s't "
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.old, came to Homestead 17 N.'.u, > f ,
ago from Blakelv. GII. and t I. d I ,
lived ber since that time ,>,,-

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ever pat on a Dviek. knowing any daJc in the week-but for the real

Bat this J7fi8 buys the .., ei&ieattype ol. weeklylet 1 sboortr: you how k figures out m

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04 This feeding U fa|. Min 11.' berg. Ttwsrion, plus
lowed by oceM program povltrrsea a.k .d gJ. ... hedoI .... ..... f
for the development of big,strong ......hake .....

framed, well grown pullet with This $ bays a.... sM from 10 to M ia ||
vitality to stand under
production. up heavyIFY&OSPED 20.7 seooada thrifty gas mileage, and a lit' **
egg OSM of handMnj that's the answer to a woman

driver's prayer.

'A end this$765 buys a oar..((:meered in Buick's

I uniform,effec. own; matcy.. manner: ,which means not only
,retuJt- ttlnc I noothness aad steadiness and f08d.huU! [ I '
containing evenness at every spced-bwt the sort of toufktbrcd '
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: LEADER.ENTERPRISE' their treasury.be.divided and the i '! .
THE '
:1' crew Matter to live where their FROM OUR MAIL BOX
; ....... records unknown. I
.. Friday I t Hem : were
Lillie ...,, '
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; i Mead hblAlhl1ll. Fla..C*".y the South Dade shored The and treasure Oaparllla'i was portion accordingly wa Urges ;:;;;;-iit-; ; ;; RegisterEditor .

1 being loaded into a long boat Jut .117: Bird money;;;
( BIN ARCHER .._......r I Leader-Enterprise: and labor we are now
} it that moment the bell In the
to face with the
tower rang aM the lookout calleda Over six hundred Individual in opportunity
UsThat
Catered M second elm nail great merchant wa lighted. Told this are are member of the I realizing our objective.I ,
utter blurb .. lilt a' the peel Habit proved too strong for O**. Homestead Townaend Club. Probably em sure our member an '
Ate* HBMtead. florid, wider pttriUa.-ha rallied his force for a* many more are in tlYGl'I friend will not fall to reillte
the Mt of March I. U7 on* last raid Upon the mirror like I of the purpose and aim *I now and prompt everyone else] tee'
gulf shot the swift boats of the a school In race track bet movement It I* reasonable to qualify for the primarlM Sir Joist
SUM. rVICK. It.10 A YEA pirates merchant vessel ting, at which mart of the pupil 'assume that this aggregate i* largo Pratt, under secretary for .
d.wuf'to flee A* her i are children i* openly conducted enough to determine who ihill go I I land said recently, "We tend
Gasparilla punureri drew near the masked In Homestead every Tuesday and on the ticket at the primal-let At I day without doubt, at one of ace
aides of the supposed merchantman Friday night by the Mm Interests designated places In all precinct I great turning points of hItt r7.,
By Stan Writer wore rolled down revealingthe which last week to scathingly con registration book ore now open I l The lime conviction ha bwa.,|
Federal Writ"' rrefcet, WTA : guns of a United State.ware demned the game of chance per until April 0. After that date stated and restated by American .
The Oaiparilla carnival held la ihlp. The pirate won aooo rouU mltted on the midway at the Red- voter will have t* go to Miami to leaden In every field of endeavor.
Tampa every March, afford a .d. and many of th>/n .killed : land fair qualify Everyone!: must register If the million who subscribe to
striking contrast to the grim Pierre LaFitte escaped but Gu e s e at this Urn regardless of any and the spirit of the Townsend IIUI
event which It commemorate. parilla, seeing he wa about to b*' Th.tnee the cry of "Sex-Sex- ill previous reglatratlon It ment recognize their chance tf .
1 The real aaiparin a pirate whose captured, wrapped a heavy anchof Sexl" can be railed against the mould be born In mind that failure determine what direction the great
crudities kept the dull tout trade chain about him and jumped over* movie a* well M other type of to register before the June turn that the economic trend wU|
1 to terror was Indeed a II'I'IMPad. board. \ shows, the one amusement left primaries cancel the value of a take, there II 1 no question that wa
s He hid been an officer In the EpIlogMGaiparllta'i 1 for the Redland District this summer I vote In determining what candidates effort of the past two yean mar
M1 Spanish navy but In 1782 made off cabin boy. John 1* diamond bull -and it won'tbe go on the ticket Th paramount be 'browned with .wc....
la his ships rather than face Key, son of the pirate "Pnnthe| long now I Importance of diligent attention I am i grateful debtor to try
charges of embezzlement Settling John", wa taken north In the I I to the matter of proper member of the Homestead Town,,
at Charlotte Harbor he built fort gun-boat and given an educationby That it the city of Homestead registration U evident The ue of end Club for unusual eooptravtlon
and village where he lived In regal by the *, But John Ke/ had any money a certain lady who the open registration book 1* the I I and encouragement Th
style a> a veritable king if pirate remembering the talc he h0 tripped on an uprooted sidewalk key to assurance of I congress favorable I liberality and unselfishness fhown
A tall tower on Oaiparllla island heard In his youTh, a* lOOn a near the northeast corner of Mow- to national racial security during our labor together hn beep
served M lookout and when I could, returned to Qaiparllla*! ry and proms might be suing) for legislation covered in the Tow"-I a surprising revelation of the
merchantman appeared a sentinel land to marry and live there h'l, damage_1( she had any moneyto lend plan. After two sterling goodness Inherent in the
ring the bell and the pirate boats his death at I very old age It sue with.. much expenditure of time and common heart of the communlt\
dashed out of hiding In purault quite At the moment everything elM
poeaiVte, lit knew what vernacular
When a ship was captured all the Panther John.jtreaiure' was for be I I I That the name of a our crop drown-out down here appear secondary to the one duly
malt. prisoners were killed U they built a hoiue'.lived qulte-.m- I slough juit this tide of Royal Palm assume proportion of less magnitude -I I of reglitratlon My term expire In
would not join the pirates, and the portably on this till lonely and out I Park cauied newspaper men, covering than it hid several 4.y.I June and I would be happy to look
women were divided among the of the way bland, his dying day the water control tory, con. ago back on a registration record
crewi So well were they supplied marked by a strange coincidence I Iderable embarrassment s e e e e showing the name of every eligible
with women that the older victims That the floods In Johnitown, member and friend of the move*
were killed off and burled In the Two traveler, an uncommon I That when "gyp" shows are meat Great Issues hang la the
tort of made
Pittsburgh etc. ate,
,
Island l cemetery M soon M I fresh light in that region, lost their way mentioned hereabout, quite few bal.nce-wl an at the cro .-ro.d|
supply arrived. and wandered onto Oaiparllla ti- of the citizen recall the local midnight and, folk, something tell m*,
I land at nightfall Seeing John And while it wall, do you know ihow ef several weeks ago you'11 get up and do your part. .'
The special prey of pirates Ilk* Jee,'* home they ought shelter what half a teaspoonful of onion whose advertising of a fan dance .
,
Gaiparllla were the Spanish gab. for the night Mr, Key gave them I Juice will do tor a large avocado without the fan resulted in an Inveitigatlon T. D. PICHE. President
loon from Mexico and Peru Since food and promise of shelter but I salad It mixed through it three : by a committee of I Homeitead Townnend Club:No 1
1108 It had been illegal to import white they were eating they hoard hour before it i* served? I t mlnliten March 10, 1936he '
slaves Into the United : __ ______
State, but such a groaning In the next room
by landing their cargoes in Spinkh that their curiosity wa arouiedMr .
Florida the trader could waita *. Key explained that her hui-I LO 1DlAlr #1 n+
ff1s
favorable
time to their
smuggle band wa ill and they. in an effortto ,
blacks over the border. It wu be of III'VW, aided If they might
tu easier, however fop the trader lie him. The old man was feeble
to elude the U. 1 coast guard than and dying He seemed to have
to escape the pirate: who to often something on his mind which he
hijacked him. he drew near Florida was wry glad to unload to the
} but he did not hesitate to take itranger H* outlined the story
the English colonial trader .1 of Oaiparini and the pirate in in
Well effort to substantiate his real con

Whenever a slaver was capturedby cern that Spain should know where
Gaiparlll. the slaves were pen- her prlnceu wi burled and that
ned on tome secluded spot in Charlotte the royal bone would have I fitting
Harbor until the time was resting place He was too
hope to smuggle them across the feeble to draw maps to guido the I SpT
border Into the United State men to the treasure but was explicit -
Usually he arranged this with the In Mi direction II to whereabouts I
cooperation of Indian chlefi News of the gray of the mil- I
of an Indian uprlilng and a demonstration treated prince I

by the aavage before The old man..died that night And I I
some frontier settlement would the strangers remained to do what I
spread terror among the white they could for the family Although
farmers who then fled to the new I they .believed the story
1 i' eat tilockhouie With the whiter I they had heard to be nothing but
w concentrated within theM defenoM the raving of A aellrlou old man,I
p It WM a simple matter for Oaaparllla they did find the grave juit wherehe ,
y to sail up the St. Miryi wad they would and in it was p cAt'o4
river, Into Georgia Over night the skeleton of a woman whoM i SGENG.pr '
slaves who undentood no English head had been levered from the ,
I would be found on Georgia plantation body and replaced carefully In its I rilY S-In cuNG.
*, rightful pdltton Later. one of the
The richest piles ever capturedby octegoaal copper chests was found 414r
G porllla was a great galleon half burled In land. .
from Mexico on which a Spanish The strangers carried the story
princess was returning from I diP. back to elviijtiitlon, and, although
lomatic misstep. Ai a part of her no pne quite believe 'It, It has been
retinue she had twelve girl from repented and repeated until It bat
the wealthiest }darken familial become a Irgend "
who were going to Spain to be I

married. Oanparilla gave the girl ....M.............._.....................,_ ..... :
to his captain but reserved the
princefor hlitMelf lie doubt- TIDBITSBy ... .
low thought she would look with Hollkttr Sage 41M '

favor on an ea-offlcer of the Span. .IINIb11 MN1IM",1 .".-..,-rwNNlr .
Mi navy( especially ** he we '.
moat punctilious M to his appear rr i> SURELY COMINOI I l t i W' r

anc*. Elegant satins and velvet I What I* coming? Christmas
the beat of curled wig and lace Ties, and something else. Just
wer* reserved for big wardrobe. a* certainly. It I II an avocado wIth r.
But she spurned him openly and a distinct and pleasing flavor a I K I ," .,' ,
la a rp he cut off her bead flavor that to positively going to ( R
A* Geiptrina prestige grew introduce this valuable fruit and 7
he succeeded In allying himself hake a demand for It more rapidlyin ,
wills the UFitte. of New Orleansfie the near future among well-tot I tTW1ea
and Pierre Uritte. finally do northern' people.* real Florida i -
came to Join tone with him at product Civil War broke out, ro1' BoUt Cht latter Part ef Nana, IMS. The gmt
Charlotte Harbor Many fewer What indication are there One RAKCAS was surrendered en Jin. U. Ua to' irnmoBt Naval Air Station I* located .......
Writes joined him M that the II I thiit I have run across twoIntelligent. the Confederacy, after Its gun bad Vem spiked eat: ef Fort Banana, ... ...
whole gulf became their hunting live wire men till winter I by the Union force It remained (n >ixwwuiont The BUSH POTATO b native I* poetic- $ 4

ground. who have an avocado: with far, the Confederate until th* night *t May .9, lea and Malice aM Was, ftr( Jatredaeed.**o.-I(
;
r Theft came the purchase of Florida vor distinction characteristic, and ,.,,&$02, when it WM diamanUed, am along with rope by tie Spaniards shortly after the"****
by the' United state In lilt they bop by crow polllntotia' *!ft fthwr J"-.. JertlflmUoM Mil Abandoned to ,f toe'-weaten kemJiplMr It WM,:. *.*
America gunboats "am.'aed wIn produce one with t still mow prfrinouncwl the Talon
garrison at Funs PUkiiuk hereafter,
tightly regarded
M aa IrapexUat food unttt tI
searching! for pirate htdoouta.and and gratifying tel... Both "
\ Virraaeu remained .to ptealo -.f Federal treaprutU 'lhr *tau44 JrtUni .'
,
Gaipartlta, grown old and of the** high-flavored ivodcudo nurnioj the Jrlia **
,rMs began to tang for peace He ar* teedlmg The world of money the end *f the war. The kt *l the stray .Oil.")I" II ekW ature It sods ij**.' ", j
proposed thai ..... thirty Million pending people la wag for such ef **..patlte to leave BamacM w.r.. the 'secs. knit "Jalsb". : i AitvtMlliareliait4iflia
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the contractor He **.* them every and 11 barrel of malt Will found
PARENTS URGEDTO day, e&ud1.he plan and west of KM DIxie Highway und
I.nWtarteZ The school teacher k* north of Kainlin drive W <1m',-
and Around SUPPORT P-TA the architect and the builder of di y night bjt Constable Joe v, '''i- 1
your cb cbotm.* future. osrougtt. 00 dMatroyed It,
"Humble father and mother
IN FLORIDA CITYPreparatory lacking th* education that public

ehOllld
Homestead schools give their clllldl.
b* heourlid to attend and take DR.B.RGATLINDentist
part In the Parent-Teacher meeting -
to I drive fur members -
which will be mad by the *.
Roasts In every city there should be aParentTeacher
City Parent-Teacher Aiaodatkm.
Mr*. C. P. Livermore former two pupil are on the honor roll
reildetil of VIii district, arrived In this month. They are Catherine the following IfIII io Afcwdatkm. They
Homestead Rohrer and Milton Hunter Of the mother and fathep of Florid should be encouraged by town Office Hausman Bldf.
Friday of Jut week City has been butted by Mayor officials and by the board of edu In ;
from South Acton, Man, to visit fifth grade. cation. 5
Morris Silvcrman, who after
shortly -
with Met and Mr*. a a Parker "
his election Monday of last (Signed) "M SILVKRMAN.1 i
until Wednesday of next week Mr. Mr. and Mr Elbert rroacher: week pledged hit aid In buildingup Phone 85
Llvermore after whom Epmor: plan to move *n April 1 from their the organization CONSTABLE FINDS sTiLL
drive wa* named, wa* unable to preterit home on Redland road to I HOMESTEAD FLORIDA
"Mother and father should A whiskey still consisting of a
accompany her on thl* visit the Lowenthal cottage on Eighth
-"-- itreet know their children' teacher, 19-galkm ga* drum copper coils
with them and I II
co-operate appreciate -
Alton Home, son at Mr. and them. Nothing could be '
Mr A. li. Rom, arrived Saturday Mr*. Er1yJCarroU and two
more valuable In the present of DIULA.BERGERDentist
from Norfolk, Va., to spend about daughter, Mr*. Race and Mr*. M. more valuable to the future than I GLASSESwill :
twenty day with his parent before IL Kennedy and Mr*. Minnie close association of parent and
returning to Norfolk to bee Lot, will leave Sunday March 82, I teacher Ta.chertl.... doing for make life
gin Mite month of leI duty with for their northern homes. the fathers and mother a moat I easierfor
the United State navy. He hat
Important Work that parent can
Jturt completed a 80-4', training 36 N. Krome Avenue
3. C. Cohernour 1* recovering not do. Teacher form the mind those with defective
court*. from a two-week attack of Influ- of children with Information, with vision. See Upstairs
enca. discipline by initilllng In them;
Mr. and Mr*. Glenn Smith have habits of concentration and attention DR. M. C. MOTT Office Hours 8:30--1:30
moved to West Palm Beach. Mayor and Mr*. M. Bilverman necessary to success in life
OPEN EtBNINOSnt
entertained on Tuesday Mr. and "II a man I* building a house OPTOMETRISTe
Mr. and Mr*. H. J. Armstrong Mr*. Goldberg and Mr*. Henrietta how often doe he talk to the architect ArroLIf31ENT'
entertained but week Mr. and Mr*. Sherman who pent the winter at and<< to the builder, and to
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Jo A. McNelU of who
Chicago Miami Beach and left for their
have been visiting In'Fort Lauder home In Brooklyn Saturday.
dale Th two famllle were
neighbor and friends In Chicagofor Miss rem Broaddu and brother -

twenty year :Red Broaddu of Beckley, W.
Va. were Thursday caller In Florida THE Westinghouse UNIT HAS

Mr*. Frank Kearney of Somerville City.
Ma**., who ha been visitIng -
In Paint Beach 1* pending a Herbert Hunter I* confined to
few week In Aladdin City a* the his home with an attack of influenza

guest of Mr. and Mr. B. M. Harrlaon. .
1
ChIc Keene and Barnes Smith s r re

Mr. and Mr. 0. V. Wattendort left Saturday for Hallandale.

and sots, George of Dorcheiter, -
Massy haft returned home after Lewis Aldrich left Monday for

pending 'a month with Mr. and Bell Glade, BEEN b,

Mr. *. J. A. Fegan in Aladdin City.
Dr. and Mr A. J. Baumlan of
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Plqua, O. and their daughter,
Mr, J:. W. Cowan who has been -
,
Mary were week-end guests in
visiting 'her brother-in-law and Florida City. /etHtiIiedt -
ilitecMt.nd Mr Roy Matthew, ; $
for floe.pad; >three week left Monda1 i Mr. and Mr*. Lawrence Walkupand

., forhet borne in Belleville, Ill daughter,*Ina Mae expect to
,- leave at the end of this week for
Mr I. O. McSweeney of Miami ,rrultland, Ind
1* visiting her on-in-Iaw and
daughter, Mr. and Mr*. E. J. DyaL I Jack Coherno of Lewliburg

W. Va., I* vision, relative for a Refrigerator
The first WeidoghouM ever
The Rev. and Mr*. L. S. Mowryand few weak .
,family of Lake Worth visited sold had a Hcrmet1caJ17-*
relative her Tuesday and Wed- Mrs. Frank Stalling of South .
Twelve yean of rweitfch experiment And letting
neidiy. Miami wa a visitor in. Florida +
City Tueiday. went into Its development. To theM yean 3 '
Mr. and Mr Our Napple who 0
of pr-tetinc have been added long year of l'
haw spent the winter here planto Frank Newton left Tuesday for.
leave Saturday for their homeIn his home in Arcadia actual operating proof. In thousand of home l
South Whitney, Ind., where they
do cantaloupe and tomato raining Harold Diet left Monday M dally experience shows that this forced-draft

on a large teal*. spend the summer with bit stepa cooled Hermetica1ly-* father and mother Mr. and Mr*,
Mn| A. O. Cain 1* suffering from a t. Robinson of Lexington, Va.FOR I* the key to unusually low-cort trouble-

infections resulting from dental t free refrigeration.That U why owner,by thousand -

work. L- *,*ay"If w.wet buying sinew refrigerator' .1A,.

Mr*. R; U Walter I* confined to today it would certainly be at WettinchouM.
hen horn 'with eye trouble
That'why Westinghouse can uy,"With every
The Ret. and Mr. 0. tt. Walker five
teated-ia mechanism you get years' protec.dolt
and tWO daughter Mines Lola
And Carol art recovering from an against se vice expend: at a coat of only $5 4

attack of Influenza.Dr. .
a An -a dollar a year -Included Prices From

and Mr*.J B.:Tower entertained la the price." And tW ia only t ;

Saturday and Sunday Jo*. 50Westinghouse
Lovewell and Mark Garlinghoua ORltlNAl KADtO one of many convincing value $87

Of Topekl. Mr. tovcwetl'i parents In model now M display here. ,.,, '
and bt: and Mri. Tower were ONICEHT r
classmates la Wathburn CollegeIn Be BUT to see them- won.

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FLORIDA CITY SALE

Mss W. W. Bevery, CorrwpondcofMr : .

A _

*. It t. Brockett and a party
roan cruHiES wnt no
of friend from North Haven;
Con ., are expected to arrive next
week for a short visit with relatives tt.L.A
Two More Big Days /7off1en
here. Mr*. Brockett'daughter. niirm IT 1IT.If..r91Nf
.Mr** MSlly Brockett,who pent
the winter her with her grandfather FRIDAY AND SATURDAYListen 1u Tb WMtiaclwuM Val....,.>
Fred Broocbrtt, will return 're Joey Book eve yow a almple, cry
to North Haven with them. a wttnd of chocking
in on Station REFRIGERATORS get tk* moat tor your =
Due to a chicken pox epidemic CM you free ropy today.
WQAM 10:30
In the Florid City reboot only *. in.DixicDr .

THE NEW STANDARD Or REFRIGERATOR VALUE
For the Best ia
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OPTOMETRYDR.NLJENSCHWANDER W. D. HORNE CO. Inc.

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Bft B. GONZALEZ ,r, .
Ill V utlM Andes Html '1 HOMESTEAD. FLORIDA. .. PHONE 507-JFriday
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I fl' THE OBRAIUAN'S CORNER::.' ; i:1:" V-8TAKEALLHONORSINDAYrONABEACHRACES e z sC ..2+

BT HIM. U U HOW. UntRARIAlfURftABf
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anoaehtardat been Even though the shoe I
....-.r. r>.MM" !.-1.. .. I pinches we should all reed these
a l< : 1 -4 1 ,-. book. acknowledge! we have been \
} I careless if not entirely Ignorant
f' If we go to the poll and cast! We can listen a little more carefully -
our votes thoughtlessly this year i to the political speeches we ,, "
It will be because we prefer to remain ) are about to hear. Both these books -
thoughtless This presidential retain their place on the beat
seller and beat renter Usta TheM
t election year has brought forth
t many books which should set us I lists are sent in from book seller I
thinking. not only on presidential and libraries all over the country

candidates Thinking perhaps some of us I
will remain at home this u
writer have resorted to fiction I| and not take time for a long
knowing most of us read to be cation, we have brought a va-I Ii e.is .
amused and do not want to think I vacation to the library We 6 s +
S Perhaps Sinclair Lewis and T. Sfitrlbllng I it brought you the Smithsonian
had some Idea of persuading I stitute In twelve volume, beau
folk to take their voting tifully illustrated and beautifully I
seriously perhaps they Just I printed. About everything the
thought thy had plenty of ma- Smithsonian Institute hal been I I
terial for good stories Sinclair brought to your door The illustrations i
Lewis in "It Can't Happen Here I are a* near perfection a* I I
give a vision of a dictatorship in It Is possible to make reproductions I
these United State of our, a I on paper. Plat Number 32, Volume I
I
vision of something which may 10 1* the result of two years'
lurk just around the corner, may constant experimenting and research -
be the same corner prosperity has work. These volumes have
used for a hiding place, maybe another i been purchased, but not paid for. ,
more dangerous corner At Any donations, however small I
any raw Lewis I II not very comfortIng i will be thankfully received and 1
in the Idea he presents and I applied on the monthly payment
maybe his story will set you thinking Of course) we cannot lend these i
T. S. Strlbling' book "The books they will be kept in the library ,,'(
Sound Wagon" U not so much I]: and you' are' cordially Invited '..
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vision of something to come, but I to come and (spend hour and : ,
something already her*. He tell u* I day and week and months browsing I I :j r b
quite plainly what dupe we haveIIIIIIIIiIIIIiIIIIIIIIUIIII1'IIIIIIiIihIA I over theifi-pagea, I I I \, '1'2;. I

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( / ( !! / day resulted a* follow: .mayor "( "
B. F Forrest 40, H. P. Lochrle,

37. Council-.J. .S. Cave, .40, R.
20 Years Ago111111lIIiIIIIIIiIIIIIOIIIIIi1IIIII H Reese 40; 3 F Carson 43; W.

r A. Robertson. 42; Edward Sttltng -

II // !!! /!!! Allen, 42 32; .C.J. D.H. Simmons WUaon, ,32 M; r The R.

TU Mhnrl__ ..... *r* h... .... first three are elected, Robertsonand
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now..- __ >. lets.assa Staling are tied. ClerkFrankA. z.
es .... -- ........ M Roberts S2, C. M. McLaughlin, _.
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30. Marshal=-A. G.Lund.. 44; J.
Mar. 1',1916- W. Hunt 40. Treasurer W. J. Out of .a field el IT entries Y-t'2 also took all four took top honors. The upper left
--"The funeral services for Mrs. Owens, 46; J. M. Kllng, 38 Tie 'enly ten ear survived' In the place The photos camera shot show e\l' driver <
C. T. Plummer on Wednesdaywere between Robertson and Billing ,kstardoos MO mile Daytona some Idea e>ltk*. Wlnnlll'l thrown dear of his overturned 1"" +
conducted by Rev. J. B. will be voted off at a special .election Beach official Stock Car Rats thrill mad spills car. The car-a '3$ ,.*> wli<'1 I.4,
Crippen. For a loaf time Mrs. in six weeks." Nine W the Un" were Feris.purchase eentost. Milt Marion righted and driven on.dlvlduaDy ,v"V
Flummer had been a patient *uf. ,"
.- .n d her d.nth. theret o redid I -I

ot cause surprise among her While the commission has sponsored to serve a* membersi
many friends U. S. to Buy Surplus Florida Citrus the effort to get federal of the control committee under the1

-"In order to keep la close touch fund for surplus crops It ha* tak- marketing agreement a* the ptb-
with local and northern markets After Marketing Pact Is in Effect en no part in the discussion on posed agreement provide, In,tlt.t
W. .D.- Home Packing Co. have I the marketing agreement program, event they are asked to do so, but
I Lakeland. Mar. It-Th* federal for this purpose can be I which wat developed by a com- that the commission officially,tat
telegraph: I government told the Florida Citrus mad effectively to supplement the mittee of shipper In co-operation taken no action with respect" to
fett who I* an expert: operator. Commission lut Friday that it program of regulation in the Interest II with Governor Sholtz. It was the agreement itself T
f They are getting off about two I will help the grower of this state of producers." explained her today that the commission r 1'1..;
d cars a day now and report prices buy purchasing their surplus or- Two million dollar was asked' member have agreed In- READ THE WANT AM :
ak Improving chiefly because the I anffa and grapefruit crop when of the secretary of agriculture by
chipper are not ending" la so the Industry has accepted the proposed the Florida Citrus Commission +
many green tomatoes marketing agreement arid
: from the $90000,000 fund avail-
--"Last Saturday was J F Um- shipments .( fruit are regulated able to help farm crop producer
phrey's birthday, and a lively In a letter to F. E. Brigham commission dispose of excessive supplies. A.
party of about SO young people of secretary, Jesse W. Tapp S Herlong, Leesburg member of t Rd1JMt
the community made) it the ocastun director of the fllrfalon of marketing the commission E. O Grimes,
for a surprise party that evening Agricultural Adjustment Administration Bradenton attorney and Brigham
;""'About 7:30 they 'happened' and executive vice- presented the proposal to the
lit and the 1'00IIhoUlt soon resounded president of the) Federal Surplus' Washington authorities requestIng -
with laughter and song Commodities Corporation. .prom a million dollar for oranges
The following were present: Mr. Iwd co-operation: In the removalof and I Ilk amount for grapefruit eanTRUST
and Mrs Rutland Mr and Mrs. surplus supplies- from fresh Further consideration will be
Vann. Mr. and Mrs. Eaton Mr. fruit market He said: given in Washington to a suggestion -
and Mm Cooper, Mr. and Mrs. S.
the finance
"When the marketing agreement that government -
Tr Matthews, Mr and Mrs. Doyle. program becomes effective and If the canning of surplus
treated
Messers Long age we the Mentally for delivering bases
Mrs. Ceo Campbell
the control committee recommends grapefruit to be sold in Eur-
crop
Vann Booth, Curry Cochran. VtlMto every>>sued evparaaasen,It I*not earangh to np*ly
regulation of shipments will reports Secretary Brigham
we ope, I .sitlooking earwhiehtaefoemedWall -..
Smell, MtKlnstry and Missesruths co-operate In carrying out I purchase He wild that time I* the essence of aasaghfore
Mitchell Moon. Pennlng- .......... --ears mess 1H JeaJ.ereatelly riP" Gee
the and that distribution I
Investigation by present -
ton Cochran." program. program used earearethoroughly reneagisl ....,...............
the Federal Surplus Commodities of fresh fruit through
T"Th Florida City election Mon- Corporation Indicates possible disposal federal relief agenda, offers the .alegia 64 ed s.tbfsebryssrei.w5eleet a gust-flood
of I substantial quantity of only available method for quickly Used ear-1odaiM..q..w want Year eUew
oranges and grapefruit through disposing of a large quantity of will probably erne law down permes and UM Wlaawe
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NEWT G. BALL relief agencies. We believe that fruit in the next few months. w U....... a*tome that enrage wily a few esaw a
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MANY HEAR TALK :
REDLAND
and the fixation of nitrogen. F. F. F.


Homestead High School NewsY relation The biology of insects class to is disease.studying the ON CHRISTIAN ft amid Lair -- '

Y This week the Redland Chapter
y; a IXOLA LIT SCIENCE SUNDAY { F F. A., gave to Kedland High
",''/ ..-'u.....,..UUUdU'0" ................-"-."-"".._-_'.__" _"'_"_" Remember that you parents School library the fifteen-year die
' have only: one more week in which
'y< FIFTH MONTH IIONOE ROLL "Deserted Village" and Gray' you can register before the books I of National Geographic magatinv
Twelfth grade, Mrt Scett'i "Elegy Written In a Country are sent to Miami. In spite of ;;;downpour of rain which Mr. E E. Henderson, who
room -high, Clarence Froscher, Churchyard". Parts of each poem Sunday afternoon, a capacity audi I formerly lived in South AII81>"'-
" !' Annie Mae Booth, Jean Parman, were memorized by each student Mrs. Webb's' pupil are making ence filled the Neva King Cooper tah Garden and now lives in
y Fern Robertaon Ruth Tower, LoU This elegy la the moat popular covers for their report card The School auditorium to hear a lecture Kalamaaoo Mich, presented '?
, Walker; low. Theodore Franklin, poem ever written In any language sixth grade welcome Herbert and on Christian Science by Paul the chapter last all along with
1' Other Hackler Richard Mattson, Thera Callahan. The student Stark 8eley, C. & 8., of Portland, some other books The file begins
7 Bill Vercoe, Ethel Bailey, Jewel have made map and tulip out of Oregon, member of the board of with the December> ml number
e0' Campbell Virginia Hodge Leola Most of the sophomores were art paper They have written.. lectureship of the Mother Church, I and la complete to June 1D3S with
I I I, Little, Mary Moon. I I generously: rewarded Wednesdaywhen eral types of business letters, asking the First Church of Christ, Scientist the exception of June August and
Eleventh grade, Mn Becker': they received their report for positions, correcting error, In Boston, Mas December, 1920 November, 1923,
room-high, Buddy Fitzpatrick: cards Mr*. Field room welcomes etc. The clan 1* sorry to lose Mr. Seetey-s subject was: '"Chris March 1928 and August 1180
Nora Akers, Virginia Frlck: Florence Nelia Sauls. Nellie Mae Martin, Edith Becker who ha moved to tian Science; the Law of Dod H* The chapter placed this file of I
Pancoart, Elizabeth Skill, Mary Adams Carson Malsolm and the North. was Introduced by Mr*. E. A. magazines in the school library I
Geraldtne.Reiti: Helen West, Bobbie Orpha Lee Sowell back from the Froacher, reader of the Christian because it was thought that It
m .Smmerlin; low, Rudolph flu. This same room is having a Keith Beam of Mr*. Flfleld'i Science Society of Florida City, would be more accessible for all
4' Young, ,Martha Close, Marie farewell party for Evelyn Fcicht I flat is leaving Homestead soon. under whom auspice the lecture pupil than It kept hi the Future
I'elcht.1ri s I who la returning to Ohio. i was given. Mr. Seeley' remark, Farmer library. Other book given ,

" s, +1 Tenth grades; .,Mrs. field's room I ; Miss Ray citizenship honor roll In part, were a* follows us by Mr. Henderson are being \, :
r -high,-,Ooella Harper, Henrietta The girls' physical education i which Includes only those with anA "A consciousness that 1* loving kept in our library where they
Hartman, ,France Lott, Evelyn .classes have new captains They I In deportment, read aa follow: God' law 1* habitually kind. It are accessible at all time to Future
Pope Alt Webster, Eugene ire: seventh grade, Norma Drls- I Billy Forte, Junior Berdol, Joseph love for God and His law till our Farmers, even when the
a Scherrs ,low Eftle Booth. Nina coIl, Rose Peterson; eighth grade, Conner, Jen Lee, Shirley Dansey, thought the force of love predomInates school library I* closed.
Pearl Bush,', Cleo Carter, Evelyn Margaret Field Rachel Cossman; Doris Ada Dodson Jennie liardle, In our lives. 'Love', says Both the school and the chapter
Felcht, Norm Cowman, Marjorie fourth period, Jane Draper, Eve- Katharine Kelly, Jack Barnes, Eugene Paul 1. the fulfilling of the law' I appreciate Mr. Henderson's Interest -
b-n
o Moser; Phyllis: Farman, 'Esther Popefifth period, Harriet Lott, Tommy Harris, and Of a righteous woman the Bible in our school and Future Farmer i;
Pope Orpha' Lee Sowell, Ellen thick, Madge Thompson; sixth Aida Conner. TUB class luuynade salthIn her tongue is the law of chapter, and we all enjoy making 4i
Vann. period. Joan Kellum, Melba sever. Easter rabbits out of art paper. kindness' regular and frequent ue ol
Teeth grade Mr Moomaw's The fourth grade 1* beginning on "David ws a lover of God and the material he M generously presented ",
room-high, Jane Draper, Mosley the new reading books and In His law, and in David' heart wasa I us
Sever,; low, Charlie Little, Edmond The basketball result between I health Is studying balanced meal. very real sense of the law of
Wells.Ruby Dolar,Wlllela Bullard, the girls' Interclass tournaments' kindness. Da remember how, what he give Jesus claimed Ml i
Iva Dyal, Eloise Gosaman. are: Lucas won over Hayden, Lucas I Miss Dorcey' pupil made rolls when Saul became, distrustful of right under this aspect of divine
Ninth grade, Mn. Johnson's won over Blackburn Field won last Tuesday and ate them. They David and sought hi life with a I law when he said, 'The Father .
t, room high, Edna Booth;low, VII'I over Moomaw and the seniors Invited Mia William class to be mall army, he camerona, day to hath borne witness of me.' And
ginia Dorsey Banks Byrum, Billy won over the aophomores. their ,guests The class welcomes B eave and stayed there* Unknown the Psalmist sang, 'Thou hast
DrlsklU. Margaret Caruthers from Beau- to Saul, David and his men were crowned him with glory and hon-
Ninth: trade, Mr. Blackburn's The sanitation clasae are study. mont, Texas. hiding in the cave. It would have our'. It I* the just law of Cod
room-i-hlgh, Madge Thompson, Ing the eyes: and their care. Pictures been easy for David to day Saul that each Individual be accorded I
Lucintw; low Harvey Rue. of the eye have been drawn. Miss Williams read a story about and become king,but he refused to what I* rightfully due him, that
0 Junior'Rogers.Elghthagradc. by the pupils. I St Patrick' Day and the pupil do M. He only cut off the skirt reciprocity be expressed to him by
': : : Miss Hayden' drew shamrocks last Tuesday. of Saul' robe white he slept to his brother man God constitute
_ijnjiHTp-'iiS""I.'u.IR. wwin' r v-ouper, Darwin The seventh grade geography shOW that thni.al.uiuugn Saul was In nu the only real imniuni" of..6 pur
,, Gamber, Diary Frances Arthur, classes are studying the Scandinavian Mill Jack on'S pupils... studyIng -! power he obeyed the law of kindness -1 brother. Divine Mind make all
Nina. Dyat;;: Mildred Field; low, peninsula and the Iberian fraction They want their and did him no harm. When His Individual Idea to think rightly -
-i. Herberts-Booth! Edwina Close, peninsula. They have compared fruit; cut Into fourths, thirds, etc., confronted with this evidence of Justly appreciatively towardone
":$. Mary Watson Laura Mall Felcht, these two peninsulas In many ways according to the number of friends Q(vtd'| kindness toward him, Saul another and to give to one an-
.i HateLWylle.!; Jane Robinson. and find they are- different In they wish to share their midmorning I said; Thou art more righteousthan other with that measure of Justice
,"ii' Eighth grade, Mr L cu' room -shape latitude, trend of mountains lunch with. I: for thou hast rewarded me and reciprocity which 4s essentialto
,
: -'high, France Webb; low, Joseph -, coast line, agricultural product good whereat I have rewardedthee God' Justly balanced universe.
!, Fid* lad on Fiches Harry: and minerals as well a* in The children In the kindergartenare evil Wherefore tilt Lord And after all this I* imply the effect
Piercer Jtov rd. West, Eunice race of people. The forestry products enjoying furniture that they reward the good for that thou of tho force of spiritual law,
.,.11:a Walker,Marjorie Webb, Carlene of both peninsula are somewhat have made from apple crate. Mr*. hast done unto me this day.' fulfilling Its I function\ to produce
:'A Wetts. ? alike. They have formed the Redd said that it was aa idea that "The law of kindness wa governing an Intelligently ordered creation
Seventh grade, Miss Hender- opinion that the people of every she received from being a home David' thinking. The healing and man, with each Individualityable
.k. shott's' m--Iow. Jack MaeMichael country are Influenced by the land demonstration member. She has force of love nut good will he to fill his place and receive
"' France Lamb, Doris Warr In which they live. a new pupil this week, Penton taU right 6f way. It thwarted any Justly therefor."
'fljt'/t Sixth grade, Mrs. Webb' room Cooper. destructive force called anger or!
. \\41; : -,Dolly Carters Edna Forte, James A fashion show Is to be rearatment, Said Solomon, 'He
,+tj,. Nesbitt .o week from tonight at the held a Local Boys Win Merit that 1* slow to anger i* better than
:J" Sixth grade, Mrs. Wynn's room meeting in the Neva King P.-T. A. Stripes at Riverside. the mighty: and he that ruleth his The moreunfavorable
l Lamar Dickinson, Lewis taker,I auditorium.. Cooper spirit than he that taketh a city.' I
. The home -
Doric Thompson girls are finishing their economics Hollywood Tla.: Mar. 1 -According The forces of kindness good will,
Fifth grade. Mrs. Bird's room- which will be used In the garments to special order Just published charity are always M near, so potent the weatherthe
Fred Hobart, Carl Alexander, Ath-I 1 that night parade by the office of the commandant Why: not us them?

'.", !!Kenip! Hilda Dodson! Virginia of Riverside Military: Th law t.God, or !Mind imparts -I __ __more__ .8
wt Hobson, Sara Lou Wells, Mary Academy, now at Its winter homeIn unlimited ability to man. It you nccaSULFOCIDE; ;
Frances Bui land. Mrs. Gladys Webb Is to speak to this city, Cadet Private Carl I*,this law which aa area man of
Fourth grade Mrs. Fifleld's the class room teachers group Deden of Homestead and Cadet Cod-given, ability'' think, to I
v room Frederic Chambers, Paul today at Miami High School on Private Dale Henderson of Princeton initiate to perform ,Ood'i man Is
Pullen, Clarice Dod on, Vara Rhe- "How I Teach Recognition of Tex- have each been awarded a full of ability. loA In 4<* law-fill
/ry, June Vann, Gloria Waldrop. tile Fabric to Mr Pupil," merit stripe. These merit stripes ed, so he Is abiln .tllled-\ Fourth grade, Miss Ray's roomrAlda -' are issued a* a reward tor especially with Intelligence. Jew showed
4 Connor, Miss Hayden la absent this week : meritorious conduct and attention man to be an Individual embodiment Beans Tomatoes
Third grade, Miss Ra,'* room- with the flu. Mn. Rutland Is substituting to duty In accordancewith of divine ability for man is I
Shirley Danzey, Doris Ada Dod- for her Riverside' unusual plan of the immediate expression of the I "What Is that magic stuff my
IOn.. *'."*. % # I merit awards, commendation of life and ability of God. Deity's neighbor uses? He pick
l Third l1'ade'MIsa Done/) room Algebra II la solving the system Cadet Deden and Henderson was Intelligence I* ever reflected by speckled beans, ship them
of
.t-Frank tlausman Wayne Law.rence. equation composed of two made today before the corps of man and i* hit ability. and gets return*", asked a
tortf..Cheahlre; Mary Catherine duadradles, graphically, while Algebra I more than five hundred cadet. "God law provide man with grower of his dealer. The
Sober,Orletje Turberg, Vlrglnl 1 is solving fractional equations ability, and also with perpetual answer l-"Sulfocld Its
Walker. In trigonometry the students Homestead Norge Shop opportunity for the UM and expression value has been proven by 20
]Third ugnde, Miss Williams' and are studying antilogarithms Has Addition to Staff of hit ability. Of whit years continuous use by Flor-
room-Raft'Andrew*, Harry Bishop cologarithm ]us* would be ability there were ida vegetable growers

Betty Arrant The E. J, Spencer arrived from Miami no opportunity to use It? Divine Dip all bean In Sultoclda.
, ,0: Second. grads Mist William1 junior are now expert In law force
the first of the week to word employs its Intelligent itlll with Sul-
Better
I ;; room 3lUy Brown, JeromeScherr the use of comma, and they will with Mrs. Tracy Chlnners In the In all consciousness to make room foclde and, spray will have no
you
I ,.f r Rllly.Milton, Frances For soon and be expert in the use of colons Homestead Norgs Shop. Mr, and opportunity for each Individual speckled bean
semi-colons.
, ter Jacqueline Geiger Wanetta Spencer, formerly connected with to use his ability Station reports
'" Fancoast. the Clayton Battery .& EngineerIng "God's law not only Impart to Your Experiment
Second.e, Mrs. Edward's. During the home room hour the and that dipping tomatoes
Co. as salesman, will specialize Isis man continuing ability
seventh Sulfoclde
! room .Rlch ,r4 Degler, Surly Rice grade Class Is having an in outside sale promotion while suitable opportunity, but also a when picked, In reduced
": Marie Connor, Margaret Edwards, amateur program which the pupils Mn. Chlnner devote her time to sense of reciprocity that I* an honest rote to a minimum.
I ',. Betty Ma* Gatlln, Eileen Scherr. take great interest In. Stuart I the Indoor details of the business. appreciation by his brother of Spray Tomatoes, Beans before,
I t, First god o.Mrs. Edwards' room Mowery of Lake Worth visited the Strawberries, etc.
I "'11'; .fjame'Brown, Junior Pope school Wednesday with Archie I \ picking. After picking,wash
Alma KoeaUlB? ,Jane Moon, Msrieii Dodson. I EXPERT RADIO REPAIRING I or dip In Sulfocid. The cant
the
i lllnalpltlcenthan
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\. "-.de. Mist Jackson's The American Observer pupils' HOMESTEAD ELECTRICAL SHOP I IJf. COlt of labor. The return

t roomfrinRWd Danzey, Eugenia I are studying for their mid-acmes- i are many hundredfold.
: r-test in history i D. JACOBSEX, Prop. dealers In Florida
'Drapes, TOItey Dadaon, Dole : The best
.. Faust,. Donald Nuley, Clara J.an'' r--- le N. Kmn Anna ,... *-* I sell Sulfoclde. Insist on having -
"loll'E SowelU Alfred Tomerllnt Barbara The general. science clou Is II it. Ask tat leaflet,
:I Jean Wakrfkld, Ernest Walters studying the earth and Its forma I
lion The useful science class Is "SULFOCIDEThe
'J, The seniors studied in English: studying: the work of atmospheric
., this week about t folds mitt's pressure. The chemistry class is Surveys MapsA. I Bean Spray"B.C.rXATTCOI1FAIIY
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MRS. FUCHS GIVES ST. PATRICK'S C. L. DOLE TO GIn: TACk MRS. DOl'BERLT INSTALLED E. F. MIX HONORED
I' I ON FUNCTION OF THE STATE HELPING HAND PRESIDENT ON BIRTHDAYMr.
BRIDGE AT HOMESTEAD COUNTRY CLUB
C. L. Ooley of the :Redland High Mrs. Emmeritte Oouberly wa' and Mrs. Carl L. Tweedell

r.rr School faculty will speak on "Du Installed president ot the Help- gave a surprise birthday party

Mr*. Elizabeth Fwch gave a AMES HOdTESd Different Function ot the State"at Ing Hand Club at an all day meetIng for E. F. MIX:: ot Eaton Rapids,
MRS.
charming bridge party Saturday an open meeting of the Homestead held Wednesday at the home MIch.. on Friday, the IJth,.at the
CLVBMn.
TO COMt'S
afternoon it the Homestead Country Business and Professions of Mrs Agnes Reed, the retiring home of Mr. and Mrs. Jos. A.
X. A. Ames was hostess Jo Women' Club on Friday evening president. Mrs. A. C. Albright, Daugherty.
Club decorations and the
The member of the Camua Club and of next week, Mrs. Wm. E. Myers, wad" installed vict-prwident; Mn. The high score price in rook was
r i.. refreshment count carried out the even other guest at her home at
announced
prolJ'lIIchalrinan, Robert Bell. secretary; Mr*. FriURutxk wOrt by Mn. J. D. Redd, And the
1 St Patrick motif, and the color on Newton road Mar. 11 Mr. and a business meeting of the club *, treasurer,; Mr*. Ral hOIroniJter second prig by Mn, Mix.
% Mr*. C. I. Panned Won the high; held Friday evening the Future trustee
scheme of and
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course was green
and Birthday cake and lot cream
core pflie for member, Mr. Farmer clubhouse.
white H. P MeDanlet and Buckner Beaa- A handkerchief shower wa given were served.
Ten of the club members votedto for Mrs Reed, and a mlscellsheou -
There were tight tableof play* t ht for Thirteen Mr.
Icy high score prizes were present: and
take advantage of a special offerfor
lei shower for Mn. Elden Wattenon -
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en. Mr*. M. D. Hartman won guest Mrs. Mix, Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Cain,
a course In English given by the former
of Coconut Grove
b first print| Mr. Sybtlla Chandler The guest Included: Mr and radio and correspondence.A Rainbow Mr. and Mr. C. B. PlummeT, Mr.
Min Helen Chronlster of *
second; MM. W. B. Rheney, Mn. Cordon L, Walter, Mr. and and Mrs J. D. Redd,Mn. F. FieU
third; and Mrs. dark Allen, Mn. McDaftiel, Mr*. Elizabeth nominating committee composed Park tas Mr. and Mrs. Daughtory and
fourth. The tonsohtioH award Fttcha,MM. Martha' Ooodwla DartIng et Mrs. & H. Fitzpatrick, Plan Went, mad for starting a Mr. and Mr. TweadelL
t went to Mr. Harold K Foulk and I and Mr. Bellle;. Mia Ines Bevi and Mr. Don Fer- quilt tat the Leglon'r home for Mr. and Mrs. Mix plan to leave

Mr* Preston B. Bird. ,, Memben present were: Dr. and reyra wa appointed by>> the prssi- crippled children in St. Petersburg, for Eaton Rapid Monday.er .
Mn. L. L, Bow.
den and for starting work article
tort I
Other present were Mrs. Frank Mr*. Frank Hausman Mr. and Mr*
Webb Mr*. Bevo Webb MM. P. a E. Schaflf, Mr. and Mn. W. K Mn. A. C Easton gave fe report for the bazaar next winter. Mrs, Davis, Mrs Motile Win

B. Bird Sr., Mr*. W. R. Bird, Mrt.Ji Walton Mr. and Mrs. E.: It Hiner, on communism. Others present were: Mrs. Wm. gate Mn. F. Fleitat, Mn Ennls: ,

'. Bird, Mr. C. J. Parman, Mr*. Mr and Mr. Let H. Lehman. Mr. Erpenbach, Mrs Jennie Erpen* Mr*: Livingston Mr*. IL Tfe .l/l
H. E. Schaff, Mr*. Landoa Carney, and Mr*. Parman and Mn Ame MR. AND MRS. FtSK bach, Mrs. Lena Heath, Mr Jason and .i--;: : Redd.ATTENDS : ---- -

Mr*. Frank Rue, Mrt.Cart Deden GIVE DINNER PUTT Avery,Mn Frank Bernecker, Mn

Mr*. E. A. Ames, Mr J. H. Web- MISS JtAN COLDRfeN I Mr, and Mrs. W. L flak gave a Agnes Reed, Geraldine Douberly PAN HELLENIC HOP

ter, Mr*. Frank Hausman, Mn. HONORED AT PARTY dinner party; Monday evening in Richard and Amelia Rutzke, Dor- Tallahassee, Mar. IV-Mis* Jew
R. L. Walker, Mn. E. J. Dyal, Mn. the Homestead Country Club. othy nB'J.and Catherine and ell Turner of Homestead, student
& S. Kahn of Detroit, Mr*. L, B. Mr. and ?Mrs Vd*cUtt Pepper entertained Their guests were: Mr. and Mn. at the' Florida State College tot

Sommen, Mr*. H. P. McDanleUMr at tatrtckl Day E. Zelciky and Mr. and Mr*. J. An all day meeting will be held Women, attended the first Pan
*. E. 1C. Hiner, Mn. Howard; party at their ham in Princeton Common of Coral Gable, Mn Apr. 15 at the home of Mrs. Frank Hellenic "hop" ever to be stagedat

r Johnson Mr*. R. E. Aipley, Mr*. evjy&urJnjLQitor of?Mlft\ Edith Byington of Chicago and Bernecker. the women' college on Saturday

p Tom Londiay, Mr*. Geo N. Wake- ,Jean Coldren.ot ttoryapolUr Pa.. Mrs Chat Camp, Paul Camp and bight, Mar. 14. Miss Turner
field, Mrs. W K. Walton and Mia a sister of Mn. Pepper, who ha J. A. Norwood of Redland. THREE W. M. 8. CIRCLES a member of the Tri Delta sorority,
Iva DyaL pent the winter hen HOLD MARCH MEETINGS had II her guest Raymond Tyland-
Those attending were Miss ._ '" er. Approximately eight hundred
Circle One of the Woman' Missionary -
Mary Bradley, Mia Eatelle Booth, The Calendar Society of the Homestead person were guest at the dance
Ml font A. WtBB: Miss Anna Mae Booth, Mia Lucille Methodist Church met Tuesday which wa one of this major social
GIVES BRIDGE PAST Driggent Mir Ltd Behrens
t afternoon In the Sunday school activities of the ;year.
Mr*. John A. Webb entertained Mia Antoinette More, MM An* Mar. 200. E. S. meeting L building for A Quilting teuton. Mrs.
gellne Welsh Miss McNeill O. O. r. hall at S m.
at bridge at her home Saturday Mary p. John Anderson wl hottest and led
afternoon. Mr*. Oeo. M. Son. kilos Coldren Morris leanest,Jack Mar. n Meeting of Carden the devotional part of the meeting ,'

nkhaen won the high score prize, Atkinson Roscoe Markham, Luke Club with Mrs M. P. Kenney After a abort business session +tt

Mn Oorbert Geiger, the low More Oarlghty, Stanley Coldren, Leland Mar 14 Woman' Club of lee cream: and coke were
prize, and Mr*. W. C Monroe, the Coldren Gene Campbell, Wilson Homestead guest day program served.
cut prtM Walsh and Henry Behrens. Mar. 14-Arem Club meetingatIp.m.inL0.0.F.hail.
Those present were: Mrs. Edw
A frosen dessert and fruit punch -...... King, Mr*. F. A. DcaI r, Mr*. Flor-

were served U lAND CLtB TO ELECT: Mar.ot Women'15-Dade Club County meeting Federation in- once Hunt, Mn. J. V. Davis, Mn.C 1 bring you

ThoM present were: Mrs It II omens ON! APRIL SI Masonic ball In Miami. M. Redd, Mrs. L 0. Showalter.,

Mortimer and Mis Mary Ellen Officer Will be elected by the Mar. 88 Dorcas class meeting Mr*. J.n-A. McNeil, Mrs. Goo BIG

Johnson, both of Crystal Spring, Voman'i Club of the Badlands at with Mr. Ii:. Li Lawrence at 8, Smith Mrs. Anderson.Circle .
Mini, Mrs Joel 3 Robinson Mrs the annual meeting Tuesday, Apr., Mar 2 -ttedland Ladle Aid Three met at the home of! LVALUESTwo

J J. McLetidon, Mrs L. C Mich- 21, Mr*. B A. Waldln, president, meeting at M. A. Soper home. Mrs A. B. Slagle. Miss Jennie
eta. Mr. A. O. Cain Mn. ,.. M. announced at a meeting held lathe Mar 26-Areme Club meetingIn Lobdell led in the Bible study and I

Fogle. Mr*. Bruce Ennl, Mn Paul clubhouse Tuesday afternoon. L O. O. F. hall. Mr. Slagle conducted the bust-

Reynolds, MM Sonnlchied, Mrs. Those member who wish to attend Mar It-Redland W. C. T. U. net meeting Green and white I

Monroe Mr*. Geiger, Mia Miriam the all day meeting of the meeting In Community Church at marble cake and limeade were ORIGINAL RADIO
Burton and Mill Eloise Bradley. Dade County Federation of Wom- : served In honor of St. Patrick'

en' Club at the Masonta hall 2:30.Mar.. 17 Homestead P.-T. A. Day.
In Miami Mar. 23 are asked to Those present were: Mr*. A. A. i| 1
i LEGION AUXIUART GIVES meeting at 8 p. m. In Neva King
ANNIVERSARY malt arrangements with the Oer Cooper School auditorium Koeitllne, Mrs Casper Williams)
BRIDGE man's Woman' Club ot Miami, Mn. Wm Nolan, Mn. R. P. Me-' bens far Me RADIOSROAoCASr
Mar. 17-Open meeting of Business -
The American Legion Abxfilary! Mr*. Waldln aid. and Processional Women' Daniel, Mrs. John William, Mn
gave I' benefit bridge In Legion Fred Chambers Mrs IL L. Brown
,
Present were: M... L O. Rulet ,- Club in Future Farmer clubhouse ,
ban on Monday night, the feventeenth Mr*. IL,J. Armstrong Mr*. at I m. Mn C. B. Bentley, Mrs. Geo. MSonnlchsen .
p.
1 anniversary of the founding Wm. Brodle, Mr*. t A Carter, Mar 3IM-W. M. B. Circle Four1 Mn. Joel J Robin More Big Days
or the
LeIOri. The money cleared Mn. I. J. McLendon, Mn.
ion
Mrt. Dave Mr*. F. W.
musical tea in the Woman' Club
.ul be given to the mortgage fund Chas Russell Elder Mrs. Lewis Brandenburg
Stillman Mrti Turner, Mr
of Homestead building at I p. m. FRIDAY AND SATURDAYListen
ot the American Legion
If'I pledthlldren' Seymour Dane and, Mrs. Waldln. Mrs Dan Williams, Miss
Apr. i-Supper Club meeting at
home la Saint Peter Lobdell
Mia Livingston and Mrs.
Mr. .
home of and M..1"renk SkULApr
.11I'I.Mia LOCAL WOMEN' CO TO t-Redland P.T A Fath Slagle. In on Station
Ruth < I Circle Four met With Mn. I.
Fox Mrt. Frank B. W. OL CONVENTIONFour
Rue and Mr*. Wm. I. Oerohlmo ere night program D. Redd and decided to have a WQAM\' at 10:30: 'x. Id.
member of Royal Pothdance Apr 16-Woman" Club of
were In charge of arrangement musket tea Mar. 10 In the Woman1 -
Grow Woodmen' Circle. Homestead installation of officer
Six pities were awarded. Mn, assisted In the initiation of a clots at a:30 p..... Club of Homestead buildingat
karold Oxford and Mr*. R A.I 8p.in. Mrt. E. A. Ennl Will Dixie
of ten ala district meeting attended Apr. 18 All day meeting of : DruiAny"
Cameron have charge of the decoration
won the
draw prlxes ;
;
J by>> the national president DoraAlex.nde. Helping Hand Club at Frank Bern-
Mr*. E. H. Hlnef and Hurt Meade, .. Mi*. Redd, the program and Mrs.S. .
Taltey, in Fort Lauder* tckor born
the high core: frits; and Mrs. E. Livingston, the refreshment 'AvE., StrrT ,
date last Friday They were Mrs Apr. 21-Woman's Club of the
Lloyd Delta and Harold Sheffield, i Mn. J. E. Davis led in the devotional -
Sarah Martin district attendant; Redlattd election meeting.CARE. ,
service. 11111' f"F'
the low
score prlae
Mrs. France Coker, district chap
Present Mr E.: S.
were Capllng-
Other present were Mr and lain; Mrs Flo once Pacetti. district I

t.rrs. Frank Belt, Mr. and Mr*. chairman and,Alm. Bent A- "
Robert Bell Mrs R. C. Ward, Mr*. Brady, state inner amUneL Other e ,V'f"

II. P. McDintet, Mr*. tteo. W. present from Homestead were Mrs :

Turner, Jr., Mr*. Evan, Mn. A. V.I'hJlUpa. Ruth Godwin and Mr*Alice Walt- ,
Sri, Mrs n E. Baahor e.... ,"fJ' and BeautyTrue pee. m tp .,'y.1i

Mrt Trio Brewer, Mr*. Florence A good will offering was tatters -

Crow, Mrs. Sheffield, Mr*. Henry to pay the dues for a Homestead beauty demands .W:.:. .t del
Schumacher, Mrs. Ceo. M. Son member until she I* able to resume the beat of car at all

felchten Mr*. Joel J. Robinson payment.A ; time*. Whether. you I, '

Mrs Elisabeth: Fucks' Mr*. C. E.Eichenberger banquet preceded the pen wish a wave, a facial, I i' 7b .JrirfcI oYst 4rati miss Le les4''aI
MM Curti Monroe' sheeting a manicure or any of wrist,
I dI. fnoe
Mr*. Wm. Rheney,Lloyd Delta andAilosl The next district convention will the other essential aids t. ftrmmH of
NeaL .. be held In Homestead la July: to beauty, find \ (gist' ate ape el yoar*";..Taaf del
you'll
_____ n_ kid..oat the yoe wlA amr K 1
the skilled
operators at
Vot.ve eta the hHaraatioaallr fs]
Pat* Beauty Parlor
Method,ebbs katM aw]
ready to aerv* you c't-:
quickly at any time. aad g ialiw f -
Annie
Mayhcw Fitzpatrick Ctoq igtiete; Spiral tad .lache's ....':Sbop lbt......

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POCIAL EVENTSHISS tiYiIlMeet.Irch27The ; la ua4 te extend the a
rta" hlp. Three new 1 GROVE
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McGIIIK RELATES Rediand W. C. T. U. win THEATRE
XrERIENCES: IN CHINA hold its next meeting on Friday,I COCONUT flHWTBMatlne
*" Mb Anna McGhie, an evangel- Mar. 37, at 130 In the Redland Shows I MA 2 Adaalsaiea Uf
fat from Chin who U conducting Community Church. All who are I Bat a" S... Iff
revival service at the :RediandCommuulty Interested are Invited toattend, i 4 F s ,. New S to I ,. m.
Church told of torn I and those who belong to northern I
pf her experience In China to units of the organization are particularly -i 2-Way Stretch 'VN..MON.1'VE5.GEORGE .
jnemben of the Ladles' Aid Society Invited to meet with the:
of the Rediand Community local group I RAFT.
Church *' a meeting held at the TheInion has sent a contribution BrassiereGirdle ROSALIND RUSSELL
borne of Mrs Frank SUUman on to the state W.C.T.U. legislative ..
MII1' 12. fund, and another to the
"IT HAD TO
Mr*. J. M. Holferty told of her
trip to Palestine last summer and {, HAPPEN"WEDNESDAYTHURSDAY
Illustrated her talk with pictures. ley R. Con gave I talk on absti r
Cake candy and punch wen nence. 1.00
served. The service was well attended,

Present beside the hostel, the and practically all those present EDMUND LOWE"GRAND
took the at
temperance pledge
speaker' and Mn. Ilolferty were: to
the conclusion of the service. Just the..right weight to Insun a
the tfev. and Mr M. A. Soper, y. ,.{ ss i EXIT"SATURDAY
Mrs. M. J. Brownlow Mrs. L. C. youthful silhouette,yet delightfully
Van Name, Mrs. Oeo. K Dutl Girdle letxwith
cool of J-WI1ltrttch
Mrs. Wayne Calkins, Mr*. H. J. THIS WEEK
Armstrong Mrs. Thos. Brewer, DR.R.S.AKERSDENTIST baronet satin and lace-fitted
Mrs C. Ben Plummer Mrs. fritz, brassier 1op. CharleseStarratt
Jackson Mn. Geo. W. Turner,
Jr.. Mrs. K, K. Clark, Mn. Anna "GallantDefender"
Meuersmith, Mn. E. A. Dixon, OfBee Ilonm 9 a. m. to I p. as. .Wise tb Ss.testr dlenrloa'I LerpstP
Miss retells Turner and Miss Mary Sunday t te II
lead.WOODMEN'S.
Closed Satanhr Mickey Mow Matinee
CIRCLE Saturday I Po sa.
Free Parking Space
INITIATES TWO FREE CANDY FRIZESHMBMMaaaaMMnMRMai
Mn Esther Lambert and Mn. 1144 N. W. MTH ST., MIAMI
Louise Everett were Initiated Into PHONE fill I 51 tlFI lerSt' 60 f1L First st. I
Royal Polnclana ,Woodmen's Circle READ THE WANT ADS
at Its meeting Mar. 12. An-
nouncement was made of the serious !-
illness of the husband of a
member of the grove, Mn. IlaLewis.
who now lives In Stuart.
The charter was draped In mem-
ory of a national director who died
recently
.werefMn.! Florence Pa-
cettl. Mis Frances Coker, Mrs.
Sarah Martin Mn. Bessie Brady.
Mn. Ruth Godwin, Mrs. Everett,I
Mrs Lambert, Mrs. Neecle Branch
Mrs. Thelma Radford, Mrs. Fred
Rhodes, MI'!:.Pearl Cooper, Mrs.
AdD Young, Mn. Blanche Chup-
rna_ _>yujd,Mis Myrtle .Councs.WOMAN'S .
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CLUB TO LIAVE r
GUEST DAY MARCH M
The Woman' Club of Homesteadwill
have guest day program In
the clubhouse Tuesday, Mar. 24, '
at I p. m. Mrs J. M. Dobbin, Mn.
D. W. Shetzllne and Mrs. R. J. H NYom" ff'hu"E
Shepherd are In. charge of the pro-


gram.AREME CLUB TO POSTPONE 4ffn
1401
BENEFIT DINNER t
The Areme Club at a special
meeting at the home of Mn B.
O Branch Monday afternoon, decided -
O Why risk your money oa unknown razor blades, whenknown4uau'tT a
to postpone to a later date e
the benefit dinner It had plannedto blade..Probak Jr. sells at 4 for lOll Think

Saturday serve In evening.the Flowen building 4 of kl Here's a blade that know la way through the thickest,

most stubborn wnkkcn. lea built of fine steel ground, honed

Chas. Thompson WinnerIn and stropped by special process. Never pulls or Irritates, even

Temperance, ContestSix oa those tend toudIt.pots. Probak Jr. Is made by the world"

children between the ales Urge makes of razor blades-guarantee* plenty of dean, cool

at,10 and2 competed last Sunda7.vintni share*-and Is sold by dealers everywhere. Tomorrow, start
mine
Silver Palm Metho-
did Church (or a lIver Medal offered the day with Psobak Jr.-and start saving money oa shave
by the Miami W.C.TU. to
the victor a temperance declamation
contest:
<. The medal was won by Charles
'!'bomptl n. A second prize of 50
cents was won_by Alice Wysong
and a third prize of SD cents, by I
Wilbur Peebles. The other contestants -
I wen Lillian Andrews, evetog
Colleen MeVlcker and Walter Mc-
Vlcker Jr., The Rev. I.. O. Adams
pnslded. .
After the contest, the Rev. Har

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\conducted by tot Kev. H. E. ..... leeel a ,

of Miami. at hems of Mrs. t). 1.

tnCrhe Churches -I Gautt every Friday at I p. ... ADS"RATS
: Ii' CLASSIFIED
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Book of Revelations b now iprotcrese. i
: First insertion 10* a line, subsequent insertion
'" All invited.
%i''' BAPTIST school each Sunday at 10 a. m. j &4 a line I

English service on second Sunday Already Here I
; a4 The Rev C. N.
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.Walker, pastor. Sunday school at of each month at I p. m. and German Professor: "Before long we may FOR SALE FOUND

service on fourth Sunday at expect an Invention that will enable _
)0.. m. Preaching at 11 a. m. 1 p. m. us to do without sleep al- 5 ACRES stormproof, newly painted FOUND- fountain pen. Owner
and 7:30 p. m.; RYJP.U. at 6JO p. house
together." (4 room, large scrsen- may have same by giving description -
pi. Prayer services Wednesday *tJO METHODIST EPISCOPAL parch). garage. Hamim drive and paying for this ad

.. : p. m. Florida Student: "What's" tie matter nanNaranja road Quick tale, Ivan Moser, US N. W. 2nd SI
City Community Church'
with the saxophone? Argentine
J850 etwh. Inquire 820 N. E. Jnd.
Mar. IS-Moralng sermon: -the Rev. M. A. Soper pastor. Magaxlne.

"Clvle BlghleeoaMw" evetilnf Sunday school at (:.30 a. m.; avenue Miami. (pm21) i MISCELLANEOUSPIANO

.1,. sermons "The Way of preaching at 7:30 p. m. Church LEGAL NOTICES ISLE OF PINS GRAPEFRUITOut TUNING and repairing.

Pardon." night, Wednesday at 7:30. of season, full of Juice, 2Sc I Good: used: piano for tale cheap

Charier N*. U<... *...n* DMrlrt N*. .. peek. Seedless bushel TSc. Valencia W. E. Koon. US N. W. :3rd St
Goulds-Th* :Rev. Noah Peter- Redland Community Church Report .< ...._, of the Plnrt II.'..... -
the Rev. M. A. Soper pastor. Sunday Bank .! H..MM4 t* Ih state W fUrtUw oranges, He peck. Colllm'
Sunday school at 10 -
R, pavtor <. .! dom..t fcntMW .. Meek Grove, Federal Highway at Biscayne I REAL ESTATE
>1>. m.; preaching at 11 a. m. and school at 10: preaching at 11. I, IIM. Church lade kir r...lnllM> W the ('......f drive.
i>0 p. m.; B. Y. P. U. at 6:30 p. m.rJ'fe1ce night, Thursday at 7:30. i ...... 5a.n till V. .. ......t ass BIG VALUE -. O-room house.

at 7i30 p. m. Wed- METHODIST EPISCOPAL 1oIt-.) Awls FOR SALE:-Chev. Sedan I17J I Furnished All city Improvement -

SOUTH Loans and dlrotwte I ft.T.UI Walter Beck Farm Life road The word BARGAIN has ,

CATHOLIC United. ....MM dtr.nt OcmmHil WHl/ar fully"MlMt north. of<< school (pmM I been greatly overworked, but I

| White Stone Church-Homestead es.ant.ed .. "..911.10ao I do not hesitate to shy that this

Church of the Sacred Heart ; the Rev. A. A. Koestllne -. ._.. Noaka. .ad ...earl.ter -."'* doijd. BUSINESS BUILDING and property is a Big Bargain. Price

E. ccond avenue Homestead; paetor Sunday school at 9 30 a. Banking boom, foralters and I LOT in Florida City on Oversee Including furniture bed linen

the :Rev. James Ctoonan, pastor. m; preaching at 11 a. m. and 7.80p. (Mum*.with. IWM -... It.110.00bum Highway. Also half-ton MODEL I and table Unen, dishes, now

Sunday mass at 8 a. m.; week day m. Junior League at 1"30: p. Bank H.HtOCull. ; T TRUCK. Priced right I $2,200 reduced from $3,500
:Aiass 7 4S m. HI UlMMi with other tank. Post Office Box 188 Florida Fine furniture and plenty of It.H. '
at : dully. Sunday school League at 5:45 p. m.; Senior Md most, items l. peo..eddp.etu. f

Sunday following ft o'clock mass. League at 6 JO p. m. Prayer meet. ......._. .. ..."...... .. / I..IOIH I I. ;jCtty, Fla. (pmr37) A. Cameron. (dlJU) I
..1IMIo Assets .. .. ...... ..... 5 oM.15
-Communion for women the first lag at 7:30 p. m. Wednesday.

!Sunday' of month; for men and Tow Arab .. .....'..11..1.UaIIllltIIIa FOR SALE-Whit* New Zealand ACREAGES AND GROVES

toys, the second Sunday month. Revival services by the Rev. _. rabbit, SOc each. H. M. Lyon I specialise in Redland propertiesSend t

Holy hour Thursday : first J. L rVBltworth Uireagk Mar. I" hewed Aeon/. of Wt.Null. J\.r.D. t, Box 68. (mlJ-al7) me your listing of property ,
It. _lObi... and so"IL for sale,
Friday( of month, at 7.-4S p. m. Man ""' .....,..... j jno
'altsFriday at 7:30 a< m. Bene. Mar. It-Services al 11, 1 .,:;: d.psw .i .....w... LOQUATS, ISo qt.; mulberries, CHARLES I. BROOKS
and 74 01% parteo.hlm sad ..p.... lOc qt Jungle Grove, Red- N. I:. First St Miami
.diction of<< the Blessed Sacrament o'clock. ?
tors. .._.., '',181...
after BUSS. is aab, sump. and ....101iN>4, Jand road and Plummer drive. !
lit' Silver Palm Caaununity.Church' depeaa 65,646.49 REAL ESTATE: -Those who wantto

CHRISTIAN SCIENCE: -the Rev. H. O. Cowan, pastor. I'...4 UnUMl portal lass lesion" OomrnilMBl*-IM 14 H4J4It STEAMED: BROWN BREAD any buy or tell Redland District:

Sunday school every Sunday at 10 o..eII ether kink. hi. It time Saturday Lb. coffee can real estate will find up-M-date r
1 Florida City-Broadway and studies OTTtKM ..< ...._' size JOe; with raisins or nuts listings in our office. Many of
a. m.; preaching service\ on tint, cheeks outstanding 14......M
Sixth street Sunday school at third and fifth Sundays at 11 a. Total al isle 14 to IS iMlnlmt 25c. Leave order at S. L. West these listings arc still at subnormal

**.43 a. m. for pupils under JO years m. and .B p. m. (.) so*l.me.anM.ad/pl d..... I home, IM N. W. f th St. prices. We shall appreciate I

of age; morning service at 11 I I Ins.ta.wte ....". either ;your Inquiries Of
O'clock. Wednesday evening ser.f METHODIST. FREE (b) Not -.ad 1y I HONEy-the clear thick, deUclou.I your listings I an of will
plebs 01 team kind. None better and at ._ ..while .
.. I grove:
':ices -hi.. h i .. .
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w. I fypu e s Mon a a 4/or Dorset00b '"' Is
;. healing and :experiences and remarks Fonda City-Mrs. Ernest Warren ... _. ." flU" }>riCH. Holllster Sage, East hUbu; ; a W.: Morris,

on Christian Sc1ftp.. pastor. Sunday school I.) Teal no-ha .s4u,544.ta King Highway. now associated with H. A. Cameron

m. The public is cordially invited 2:30: p. m.; preaching 3.30: and 8 50. Other 11oII1IIu. .. .. ".00 N. W, 1st St. in dtlwns
p. m.; Young people's meeting, Capital .eeeea, LEGAL NOTICESI.
'to attend. Genes lank two Bank BId,. Phone 71. '
7:13: ; Junior meeting 3.30 Tuesday; abase.. per izsoe

1 Mar. II Leu .-. .....ai prayer meeting 7:30: p. m. Thurs surplus Par fan ... I"".OM.tot."'" .<.the..01 Clmlt CI.......Comet.. tnt.< fw the Dade Rlnintk t.MIr.ri If. LEGAL NOTICES

topic "Matter". day. VMMM-.-' ....... i* Ch.m ry.DhATRICI .
..:...u ... WRINRERO PI.I.wr.
: ... for ..sot=;s- ... LEONARD WEINBERG: not.t l.cl- CtrroH Cacrt Rtowoia JodMol
CHURCH OF CHRIST Mar. ft-Talks by ElisabethG. aRswir BILL FOR D.VOIICS0.d. .., Dodo ;. Florida In l* *- fnary.

Schata, a converted Jewess ToW Capita ll. ...., _... _LOt_1 4Mt4. .. fee .......... Cut No. .......
lIo..te.d-FIrIt avenue and tl appearlnr fran u >lM.rtt flail. hi AMITtLW. VORTfGfRN:: PUInUlf. v.RU.KNA .,
,-.* I and t ... ,
'N. W. Fifth street; T J. Hunton, .' .' ><*! f. Total UakUltMt ...J-.. .v-.....Mot..tMt, .the. .bare entitled w.....i....mt, h UM a ra.UvM the fefmlbXwoaH at IIM SUIT M. l> you VORTIREKM uivuacs"' lM.naa

minister. Blbto.study at 10 wnO. ,. PENTECOSTAL ..._..., Lose. and ,._'-_ .... my mmliT Mine Uum Uw sate at M apr- rtnn kr alTMavH aoand>4 M'
communion and i Fledged to movers UakMIUM Florida and time the red rues of tk. mUbtMldiill Ih* kill fiM It Uw too** ttatodMOM :
fellowship Goulds--Rev. C C. Hansberger United lit._ Bunrnoiant nhll.aUona. ( M iwrtteuUrlr .. Uw un Im ........ M. U Vorllconi the Defendant
preaching at 11 a. m.; preaching at ( dlrort, andor tullr known to ....".tlff. B..tHM L. W.hik.rc, tkaroui ....... If a ..."-....... of MMItau
7:30 p. m. Prayer meeting Wednesday pastor Sunday school .t 945; gatram/.4 ..-.. M.404MPMnii O 13.. Floor B.lllam Tr.rt Oam..... of FlorkU. ad her raaMwM hi
Bnndlne, tm Uw City .* 1101"alii"
preaching at 11 'a. m. and 7:30: p. nakaowa tkat thoro it M ittfmtm
at 7:30 p. m.CHURCH Total Pledged (reludlas' ....... of Maryland, Mid Oat amid defendant DM But of FlorWa. She aar.
m.; Young people's meeting 8.30 _to) .. .. ... .. n.a54.4o Uon.rd W <.here. -ntrn. glen and then hi eo pvrwwll .wh C"rto:: to
OF GOD p. m.; Ladies' prayer circle Tuesday ".n '" Mw saw MMa
tM BUM Df narkto. Its" wlMM ....... *, of 1__" ran It to UioMfonordarod
at 2:30: p. m. Mid-week prayer (a) Anlnat United Wee d prose a would be binding ..... that .w .....-_...... Oofoadaatko
He.nwsU.d-606 N. VT. First service Thursday at ":30 p. m. -....-... and panel defendant.It and Ih* .. korobr Kqalrod. to o.._.
avenue; Fev. Ceo. Lorton, pastor. ..,.... deposits .. ..- .... K.SOt.M to therefore ordered that Uu said de.tend.at .. to ta* sill of Complaint filed ta MMMOM

Sunday school at 8:45: a. m.; > PRESBYTERIAN, CHURCH I I Ik) .:le: : =gal Sl.u dapoaltt, count/: USOttS vin4 .to Leonard>p_> .w.nkmw. this. MM. Is hereby on W .y.... April.wt A or. O before ItU.Monday eebeeeW the the ttk alUto.tiont iafof .

preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. Fare Uw . Homestead-Krome avenue at (k) Total Pledged SSISOOM: being a rule 'oIoi'thin ooort, la cumrUM od k> Mid Defendant.
m.; Senior C. O. O. Society 8:30 p. Slaw of FhowI_, county *f bad. ., I ilkmUoM I kill of om.pl.lw It .to farikor _... that Skis ordor o..
m.; Intermediate C. O. G. S. In N. 16th street; the Rev. E. L. Nelson I, I, I. III""". ..... aaaktor of the aaoro.MOMil heretofore 111.4s this matt, otkn- published ona a week for few aMMan
minister. Bible school at bank do ominously owner that the 1 wine the .ll.nthHU. toitaliMd tkmlK. tie weeks In the Homestead .......-'... ,
parsonage 8:30 p. m. Mid-week _bar' autMwnt to trot to the koH of mt hill W d..... and ktkM u oonr_. tarorlao, a newspaper pavllakod. In toM
service at 7:30 Wed-' 10 a. m.; preaching at 11 a. m. koowlodn and belief' It to further onhrad that this rr.. Oovntir and Stot !
m.
prayer p. and 7:30 p. m. 1. t' MO LKNDON. Cashier. I W Mklbk. I* tile L..der-K......,'" Tbta Harrk .. Itli. .
nesday. swam u and tukMrlbrd kofor* BM tktoItXk a Samoan !: of n.eset tlmUUai pusMod C. B. LBATnCRMAN, CIa,. trinralt ,
dor of Marrh I.KMADGB I* .. County, Florida. Coart. Hr M. SWUT.Carr .
CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE I Mar. .2 Homing topic TURNLR. Pastry ,uJo...., DONS ..d ORDERED .! Miami, Dade (
"The Foundation of Christian State of Florida at LamMr County, riarl**, this ttk d. of statute (CIRCUrr COURT ORRAL) i'
.".1.. FA 4, Ilia.l A. D.. JSM she Can
Rom.tead-Th. Rev. Howard ity" evening topic: "Y. Are l NCee.n.ranha1leelan) C B. tCATRKRMAH, Clerk of lullrl... tat Plaint!*.
I Eckel, pastor. Sunday school at I My Friends." the third In the at-- Attest: the dnuU Court. Hf r. J. just. 4-lt.SMTl Apr. S)
OOITLD rw utr CWrk.
"9.41: a. m.; preaching at 11 a. m. .series "Christ's Intimate: of C.A. L.A.a.FMr-NTS.PAYNE... I. WiUfurr COURT ORAL III the Circuit. Court. Eleventh
7:30 p. m. N. Y. P. S. and Christiana." MAY / Clifton D fWnxni. H. B. Cwnqr
;
I ISPIRITUALIST' DIno.ma Anaro.>. fot rUhiHirH Judicial Circuit Dade County
meeting at 8:30: p. m. ( .r. (.,.-": 'Apr. I) Florida. la Chancery. Case >..
Ju TEMPLE OF I ,
yer meeting Wednesday even ROTATION IN OFFICE In the Clrrall tarn. II........ ,...,,'01 41861.
: TRUTH ('I....., Pad Coonlr. Florid Ill lkt.. JOHN SAUNDERS, Complainant
i URGED BY GETZEN "rr. CaM Mo. 41."". vs. MAY SAUNDERS, Defendant
Si. Princeton-the Rev. C. R ConWon Hom t ad-hranctv of Miami I THOMAS WHILAN HRMMFR: *rlalnlllt .. i

pastor. Sunday: school at 9:41; Spiritualist Tempi of Truth in Dofcadant., v. FRANCES KIRK BENNER, It appearing by affidavit appended -

(preaching at 10:45: a. m. and 7:30: Woman's Club 410 N. W. Eighth BILL FOR DIVORCI to the bill flied In the
tl appearing br tile ._.. kill filed above stated that
cause MaySaunders
f'-p. m. Junior meeting at t:30; avenue. Men's Bible class and In the show Now MOM that ,....-.
ft people's meeting at 8:30.: young people's lyceum at 7:15 p. KM Banoor, the Dofmdant thmlnto named the Defendant there
youn'l Hobson' ..o rvaUant of tk*. Htato ot Florida, named is a non-mldent of the
f meeting Wednesday at 7:30 m.; healing by Dr. J. Carl .
: : and to ra.ld.nt at a state or Country State of Florida and Is a resident
.1 at 7-43: ; lecture and messages at .hor than the sate of Florida, and that
of 453 Third St, Brooklyn N. Y.
... ,
ijnoi
i oartktvlarly hi
EPISCOPALi oa afl known
I p. m. by the Rev. Soda Hobson rJalntHT to M*. Itt Hubbell .ArmiM. that there Is no person In the Stateof
i I' I...... Now imtf, and that plaintiff Florida, the service of subpoena
i Joha'e-S
E.:
Second
avenue
NONDENOMINATIONALPRAYER W..ufled no orUeularlr at to known
whom would bind such Defendant

t' the upon
Fourth elide d .W def.d.n
street Homestead I
SERVICE ? there a pawn, In the state [ that she Is over tl-e
Fourth street, Homestead; the Florida. the Jrrt. 01 VaMoaoawT i age oft 8'ty-ona years. Hl
Wm. C Taylor, Jr., pastor. Bible study and prayer service |' whoa would Mud oock Defendant and'' therefore red that said nafs-
that she H our tko of
I'll& an
eucharist at R a. m.; Sunday I i P.... It k tharofur* .......twoaljMHi that Mid resident Defendant be and hi hereby
at 10 a. m. LEGAL NOTICES aw.wWosO Dofoadont W .*d. ok* II required to appear to the Bill
hereby ..nlrod to apt>.r to UM BUI *f of Complaint filed, said I cause

i. testes also claaa Wect_. In..the....CerealCosh of the Klesnth. J.. y for Cotoptalnt Monday fUtd, tko M ttk,MM dor of o.aa*'on or a* on or before Monday, the 6th dayof :
and far
Ck..W of Florida I.
IMt. otkarwtoo UM liondooa 4.rA.s; A ril A. D. 1936. otherwise'
[ ) at 3:30pm. _Dod Cooa-tr. la Cnanrorr. No. ....11. ( .
... al M be toJw u aonfoMoj It Mid the allegations ofaaM Mil will betaken
.. Mar. JV-The Feast ef the MAOOII W. RICE,: Complaliianl rat. I
f''i> AnaaneUUen. B. T, M.I JOHN A. .IIU'I.. FOB Dofnidaiit.IU IMVOSfCB. M It la fankof .rdrd the w.. ...at be I I as confessed: by said Defendant -

order "" ...... Pofonoaot AppaorT Published' onor .. weak for fort (41, to.. .
? Holy Eucharist: I a. saw (eor "'
onrtlr* weeks to tile JfoOMOtaod1 LoadarEntororkM
*John A. Rfco tit Monk Onlorlo. So.Cklraao. ., I It Is further ordered that this
:M B.f.te Commission al the IILj. It to oroWad that a Oxnrapoyr okltokod la Mid
|m* appear I Oountir'nad Stato. :, order be published once a week I
i women ft UM parish). M Mandnr, tn lalb, day of AprlL 1W4, Tote Mark ttk. fits. for four consecutive weeks In the
to tko ale of CoxpUInt arrMoforo filed
i
,*' EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN seal.me.. la tile -abuse alrM and *noatod > i 'C.K...B....LFATHFRMAN e..m. Br L C.,Dtwer Orrll ot, I Homestead Leader-Enterprise. a
titled ease, end in d.fwnbled '
I' a r Dewy Clork.ictftCuit : newspaper published In said County .
.. ..
l! fires pees..does Pill be .aew.d .
JehnU-Rediand COURT aeAL} and State.
81 the Rev. "';
; Robert C. L.w ,
This Feb. It 1113'
The L.d..wE.arye0.a Ie ao-a. ana ,
Ceo. M. FotK 5.11.15.. far Flats"*,
pastor. Sunday th* o.. ."" .M oifcfeh tkto E:, B. LEATHERMAir Clerk 1, Q
k SAMUEL W. CETZEH eM. 4.15-5e.11. Apr. 1)
I roar= Mo;o4oi N.par.a.
of Circuit Court. By r J. }
costs mad 'CUnmiCD tko cowrt Rep. from Saanler CemlrUUM --I Could, Deputy Clrrk. 1

I furDer's filer i lees I;M ot In Nor Mtaail., 11D.FlorMo|*MB. on. the tko fifth "Change means "..,.. CITY DRAY (Circuit Court Seal)

R f B. LCATHERMAK, Clark at !. office M seed UM .. Henry Behrena
M-BB. AMBIT,ANCK SEBTIfE draKH Oort, Dd* Comt*. amt. principles *f the DenweraU HERMAN WATTS. Prop. Solicitor for; Plalntilt

t Lady Attendant Dqrotf PlarMn.Clrrk Br f t. COULD arty" claims "..." Oetseav eaadidato mating ef any kind at say i (Feb. SI, II; Mar 0, 1J, 20) t "

CIRCUIT COURT SXALI Urn. Safe delivery nuraa- 1
PIlon. 564-R JI_...... Fla.l4dfai Tkoano B. Rrorkoit.Solkltor for te'* 1 1I 1a 1r
i' for .-.,......... PHONE 513-W WANT ADS PAY
(Mar. -U-_i Ape a) State Treasurer
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Pan Twelve THL LEADER ENTERPRISE Friday March 20.1986.


1 REGISTRATIONAND Florida Growers Pay Big PenaltyTo J five said made While tine analyzing Dec. 11: shipments 1935.I population.* Paler to Dec. it;' 135 the ,

I "This 1* the penalty paid when percentage of all rail distributionof
EXEMPTION Railroads on Inland Shipments eowwrtjDn: made with what the I tttrm to the "Vert" "'... 02,%
-- Petunia VwUd/ have been had the of the total, but daring the month
Orlando, Mar. It CFNS) tago that theN "lnUui DEADLINES NEAR been made on a relative the western movement wuttiiy
Florida' citrus are are being neglected (and are buying I
grower payIng
bad with the reduced rate now 131% of the total TAIp'(*>% du-
a '"tremendous penalty" to the leas Florida fruit), while the In effect to New York to meet cline of 21%---and the t Bs *f ,
Continued From Page One) railroads on such fruit a* I* being movement of Florida citrus to the truck-boat competition he said. business there I* the resulted too '
vote in 1138 election will have I shipped W Inland deitlnatlon-- big eastern center continue to The Roblrukffl analysis showed high freight rte", a* compared
to go to the registration office in, for example, the middle-west-3. Increase In volume the analysis that the following 'unhealthy" with rite to the Kast. j I
the court MUM at Miami, and'run' Curtis Robinson., executive vlce- howl.Th. condition exist 4. The distribution at. fruit '.
the chance of having to wait inline I president of the Growers.lt Shippers need tar lower an-nil 1. This season,, through/: February from Florida to the western states .
for hour Only 389 hId< here League of florid, point lilt rates on citrus from Florida to Inland (4 tt* of Florida1 citrus fruit which contain 81%,,of ties JI S.
registered in Homestead with the today in connection with market i* being emphaMaed was marketed in territory containing population has declined 22%'Knee.Dee.
precinct deputy,Mr*. W. B. Cave, freight rate. surveys on citrus Just j more every month, M shippers only 30% of the popula- 12. U39! ,. 1
Chamber of Commerce office, up completed.The reoognli the tremendous penalty' tion of the United Stated 5. OtitribuUon of fruit by rail, 1
to closing time last night leaving cost of shipping ''''rld''* Florid t* paying the rail carrier I' 2. Only lift of the citrus from to eastern territory, (containing
more than 400 to be registered to fruit to such a market a*New York! tat shipment to these Inland 4fl.ttn.lJon..m Florida was marketed territorycontaining I 30% of the U. S. populationYhasIncreased
bring the precinct up to Its normal I It *o much less than to such markets i an effort on the part 11% of the nation' 10% since Dec. 12, 1935.
registration total Mr*. Flora M Cleveland. Detroit or ChI- ot shippers to make an equitable
D Myers reported a like percentage distribution of Florida' citrus
of registration In the Florida spring ceremonial and iKiUatioty of crop," Mr. Robinson comment t
City precinct, of which she I* new candidates will take place. "Florida grower and Upper Green: Lantern RestaurantADJOINING
deputy registration officer. Official In charge of this event have suffered a penalty In I.O.b.
Mr Cave has office hour state that the 1 of the ot 4c HOTEL REDLAND
program *one return approximately; ? onvery
Western.T-Bom Bleak Dinner Me Chicken Dinner lie
dally In the chamber of commerce beat yet arranged and that the hot,I. box cold In western, inland,
Regular Diiwer See Vegetable Mat Me
front I a. m. to noon and from 3 coal will be hotter than ever be- auctions-and this la equivalent .' I
All Kinds of Home-made sandwiches
p m. to 9 p. m, and on Saturday 'ore.I to $98 per car" the league execu
night the stays on duty from T
o'clock: until registrant stop com !"III11II11I11IIIII1II..I1..III.,11I, I 1111I"1111"11111111111'111111"11111111111I11"1111111I11"1"' 1111"111"111111111111111111111111111111'1011111111I1111111' 1IIIIillllillII.llllllliI.II.IIIIII""IIIIIII.IIJlIIIIJlIoJ ""
ing. In the other precinct of the
district, the registration book are I Chase & Sanborn Dated Daisy I =
at the home or stores of the
deputies and voter may registerat Country RollBUF"TER' ;
practically any time during the d '
"17. COFFEESouthern :
Other Redland District precinct
registration deputie are a* follow tN2
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*: .. Asos eT. 8: ,

Precinct -t 3. Leggett, his! ; LZ7e
tore, Gould lb.- '35CE
Precinct 69 Virginia Cain, ib. ------
Better Food Store, SIlver palm. ;11 01,014kr-14-i E
Precinct 70A.. W McVicker,
,\ Ma tore, Princeton. : Lady Saturday Specials Heavy WesternSTEAKS.
Precinct 71-.J. W. Campbell,
fell residence, Redland
Precinct 72 W. p. Cave, : Salad Dressing
Mead.Chamber pf Commerce Hornet SUGAR 5 Ib. cloth bag ZZc !

t Precinct IS Flora 0 Myen, qts.-----.ZSc wait PURCHASE or IOWA or Sirloin -
town hall Florida City pkg. Parkway Tea at regular price of lOc '
Ib.-------z'c.
,:

TAMPA SHRINE Oversea........... Darlgold ,. r
MILK ::19 "
: BLACKBERRIES2No.2cans25c 3 tall cans Sliced .
PLANS HOT TI5IE

FOR HIGH CHIEF : PORK & BEANS ""P's 6 for Mb. can aSe B. Bacon 11Ib.



Tampa Mar-10 (FNS)-Tampa CanovaPeanut Irish CobblersBANANAS ----- 34c i
Shrines\ are planning in elaborate POTATOES lOlbs. ZZc
entertainment '1'011'811tor Wed-
nedy, Mar. 23, when the Imperial I Butter Fancy SptiltgLEGO'LAMB
Potentate for North America- f r
Leonard P. Steuart, of Washington 3 lbs. ., 13c
,D. C., visit Egypt Tempi lb. tea glass2&5C ,
The session will begin with a
reception and luncheon at the .
4:
be temple transferred from 8 to to 7 the p. m.Tampa. and then municipal Brookmaid Asst FlavorsPRESERVES" Brown Sugar 2Sc Ib. ----- 23e :

auditorium where the
i Fresh Florida PURE GOLD Heinz AssortedSOUPS


lb.glass tttmbTers 22c Grade A Large SelfRisingEGGS Plain or CHUCK Western ROAST ;

; i
F t FLOUR 3 cans small 27cdoz.

i Bulk Whole Wheat 3.e 211bs.SSe 2 large .7c The -- -- 17c

f cans
I FLOURISlbs.Z5c Fresh GroundHAMBURGER

Sweet PotatoesIOlbs.aSe :

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General ::3 Fancy CORN FLAKES 2 pkgo.: :' :lSe Ib. -- -- -.I5c { : '


Public Utilities I PEANUTS2lbs..t5C Crystal White Boneless Butts f
ao.-I Pkesw IOt-11 Soap China Icmam ;'
:j 23 lb. pkr. E
WHITE BACONib.
=

,srmm, &. 5c
Let Us 5c
Surar Cured ---- :


RejuvenateYour Car MXE SQUARESt PEACHES #12 q lIe: SmokedSAUSAGE



XIci : BALLARD'S OBELISK
Wood Work ------ t

Body Fender Repair PLAIN OR SELF RISINGFLOUR r 2IM.Z5c'

Tops and TrimmingSeat Balk ,
am OEM
Coven I

p Painting Daisy

LARD14C' 5 lb. bag .........:...............:............59c

Art's Pant Shop I .. 10 lb. bag .......................................55c CHEESE

20 Ib. bag ......................".........._...99c
303 H.DOlll A VI!. I
tip 6.Z4 lb.Z3c
48 !lb. SAVE OBELISK COCTONS .
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