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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: January 15, 1937
Publication Date: -1941
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1931.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 29, no. 2 (Jan. 10, 1941).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 29, no. 1 (Jan. 3, 1941).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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oclc - 33835104
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Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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,' (VOLUME XXV-NUMBER 3 HOMESTEAD, FLORIDA FRIDAY MORNING, JAN. 15. 1937 PRICE FIVE CENTS






.1 HUGE GRAPEFRUIT DRIVE BEGINS








I !Girding, -for _Tariff Battle 37,000'. ,. STORES IN U. S. }YORK I


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AVOCADO AND 200 Mid-West Fanners to Make Tour TOGETHER TO PUSH SALESIN

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Of South Dade and Redlands Jan. 25


SPECIAL ADVERTISING
VEGETABLEMENGETDATA Between one hundred fifty; and faa laid late yesterday that it

two hundred farmer of the Mid- had been authoritatively ascertained .

dle West on an excursion from that the number making the tour -

Chicago to various point in Florida would be< under 200. The> excursionists CITRUS BOARD TO $3,000,000 to Be Spent in
,will be conducted on a tour of will arrive in Miami on
Newspaper Space
South Dade and the Rutland District Saturday Jan. 23, and on Sundaywill
and Radio
Monday Jan. 25. by County be guest of the Miami Chamber HAVE DISPLAYSAT

Mathers, Chandler, Pax- Agent the C.agricultural H. Stef tani at committee the requestof of of Commerce on tight-seeing TROPIC FAIRU. FLORID PRO.RA TI<1

to Attend of Commerce. tours and boat trips In the Miami
son FJetcher the Miami Chamber RAISED BY 300 CARS
AH of Monday will be de-
area.
that the
First reports were party
Hearing Jan..22 voted to the tour of the farm and
would number 300 but Mr. Stet. grove sections of South Dade. S. and State Agriculture Control Board Increases

WILCOX "TO"FATHER Plan to co-operate in the difficult Departments To This Week's Allot

I PROTECTIVE BILL MERCHANTS SET task of showing the Redland Exhibit Also ment to 800
, District to this large numher of
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YeanwhiltR'iprodtyInformation 1937 HOLIDAYSTO farmer and making their visit hereas Start of the "big puih" preparations Washington D. C.. Jan. 14 -
pleasant as possible, will be discussed
.... Board to at a meeting of the board of for the 1937 Dade County (I'NSIn accordance with the

Be Given Data BE OBSERVEDWindow director of the Redland District Tropical Ttlr. to tx held in Red- established policy of the National
Chamber of Commerce to be called land Feb. 22.28. was marked this Association of Food Chains to

The avocado industry as wellas within the next few days, BenArcher week by the opening of headquar render practical farm relief In

the vegetable Interests of Cards with Dates president of the chamber ten In the McCrory Arcade, Homestead emergencies by special retail merchandising
Florida will be represented at announced laat night Fifty cars
a hearing to be held in Washington and Hours to Be Giv- for the motorcade win be provided by John ScanelU of Redland program to move surplus -
on Jan. 22 by the federal com- en Business Men bY'the Miami Realty Board.Tom'ltanls who I III air manager this year. i I crops, the organized food
mittee for reciprocity information. Displays by the Florida Citrusctnnnlissiod chains btyt Mellowed to an sp-
' : thefitate m'l'ke W.ureallioandbe'bUftMI Pe.(fofl'(4: from another distressed
John R. Mather, formerly oonnecttd 1SST tlchwill be Eiecledd""t
Jn
OK .' Holiday of entomology agricultural group-the grapefruit *
with growing and shippingof
Cuba and observed by all-day or half-day To Bank DirectorateAt of the United States de-' grower of Florida. Texas
avocados in new manager
by -
merchants
closing were agreed upon
partment of agriculture will be and Arizona.
of an avocado shipping firm I who met at the Invitationof
at Goulds, was chosen to representthe the Redland District Chamber the annual meeting of the features of the 1937 Dude County I Unless the bumper 1936-37 trap
Florida Avocado Growers'I of Commerce Wednesday night stockholder of the First National Tropical Fair never boasted by I of 29,000.000 boxes of grapefruit
Association at a meeting held In Bank of Homestead held Tuesday Its predeceuoif The citrus commission or 10,000,000 boxes in excess of
the Redland District Chamber of According to the understanding, all directors were re-elected with has engaged two exhibit: normal production. can be marketed -
Commerce building here Wednesday I Thursday noon closing for the summer the exception that Tom J. Harris spaces; the state marketing bureau promptly and atfecti\al. the
afternoon season will begin later and was elected to take the place of J. three spaces; and the federal I national grapefruit committee.
The association last night telegraphed end earlier, this year. All stores J. McLendon, who died suddenly bureau, two apace representing W; of the growersIn d
Ivy Futch, Lake Placid will be asked to begin their and Thursday end on Dec. 28. Likewise there was The marketing bureau'i display I the principal I citrus producing]
avocado grower requesting that h* half-holidays June 3 no change in officers except that will be in the charge of H C. Hiatt areas, stated In lu appeal foi 'ivtlp
go with Mr. Mothers to represent them September 2. W. C. Payne was appointed cashier fruit and vegetable ipeoUliat Professor that the farmers face heavy financial -
his section the only other extensive Memorial Day May 30 first to fill the vacancy In that office C. E. Maxwell will be In losses With pledges of cooperation
avocado growing area la holiday on the calendar for consideration caused by the death of Mr. charge of the federal agrlloulture received from leading chain
Florida. A telegram was sent also was found to fall on McLendon.The department' exhibit. food companies operating 37.000
to the Calavo Grower of California Sunday this year, and the merchants board of directors Is now The complete premium lilt of stores In 48 states, John A. Logan;
requesting that the California agreed that no closing on composed a* follows: A. A. I the 1937 fair will be ready for executive vice-ptestdent of the
avocado Interests Join with Florida a week-day was required for its H. E. Schaff,T. E Kirby, al:1:I I printing next week, it was an N. A. F. C., announced today at
Jn presenting data at the reciprocity observance. Other holidays were ner, Mr. Harris, R. L. Walker and nounced.Mr. the Washington headquarters that ;
information committee' hearing agreed on as follow: C. L. Clements. Officers are: president Scanelli and W. W. Johnston a producer-consumer grapefruit $!
to show the need for a revisionof Fourth of July, Sunday, will bo A. ...Payne; vice-president, president of the Redland District campaign would be conducted on
_.. the Cuban trade agreement to observed on Monday July S, with Mr. Schaff; cashier, W. C. Payne. Improvement Association, a national scale during alternating
protect the avocado industry in the noon closing bYlIJ'ocel"toreI and Larrymore Cooper, formerly. of under,whose sponsorship the air weeks from January 14 to Feb-
the United State. all-day closing by all other business the Florida National Bank in Miami la held, laid that the midway of ruary 27. )
Florida vegetable Interests will houses. I* a new teller at the local the 1937 fair would present one J. E. Davis of the Table Supply
i be represented at the hearing by Labor Day, Monday Sept. I: bank Paul Loaner, son of Max of the cleanest aggregation of Stores said ene of the chief /natures
J L, Li Chandler of Goulds, George grocery stores close at noon; all Leaner, has recently been addedto shows ever brought to this ra of the food chains' campaign
: Fletcher et Ft Pierce J. Lamar others close all day. the book-keeping department. I tion. J i to tsimulate Increased grapefruit
Paxson of South Miami and Per- Armistice Day', Thursday, Nov. --- I consumption will be an.extensive
rine and H. T. Bennett of Braden- 11: all store close at noon. newspaper advertising program,
I ton. Chandler and Paxson areheavy Thanksgiving Day Thursday State Highway Patrol Not Place together with an organized mer-
I I andliing effort This
and Of method
growers shippers Nov. 25: all stores close all day.
I I tomatoes and potatoes. Christmas Day Saturday, Dec. To Let Economy Axe Fall, Cone Told', he added, has contributed In a
Congressman J Mark WIlcox I large measure to the successfulsales
I 23: all stores close all day. I
campaign for other
of Florida, who arranged the surplus
New Vear's Day In 1938 falls The suggestion of Gov. Fred P. j,
conference ha stated that he consider on .writ to the governor asking his agricultural product conducted by ,
the meeting of vital Importance Saturday, and the meeting voted Cone to eliminate the Mate road support of the patrol and urging the food chain at the request of
to the future welfare of unanimously that It would be Inadvisable patrol In order to reduce governmental that it be placed under civil ser- I growers will receive for the great-
for the stores to close for
Florida agriculture Inasmuch as expenses brought a protest (Continued on Page Four)
of the vice.During
any part day.
this Is the committee upon which from the Redland District Lions the discussion precedingthe
the state department relies for The service closing station date will not applyto Club Tuesday night when It approved approval of the tatter -It wt Road to Cape Reworked
drug store
accurate information In its guidance restaurants. or a letter'tent to the governor brought out that there ha* been 4 Miles South of Bend
in the negotiation of trade asking that the patrol be contin- only one death en the highway between
Placards will be printed by the
treaties ued. Homestead and South Miami
chamber of commerce for the Dade County road crew last
> At the ism time Congressman since it ha been patrolled,
Thtt the Increased safety of the
merchants to place In their windows week completed reworking the
Wilcox revealed that he Intends compared to I total of nine to
highways I* worth more than the
notifying the public severaldays Cape Sable road to a point three
to introduce legislation which will twelve motor accident death each
cost of the patrol, was pointed out
In advance-of a holiday, that mile couth of the "big bend" and 1
(Continued on Page Four) they will be closed in order to give i In the letter. It included a summary year for several year previous.It were transferred this week to the
the customer an opportunity to of the work of Inspector was recalled that thy establishment road west of Royal Palm Tark.
'., TOR: WEATHER make his purchase in advance. King W. Parks during the nine of the Student safety patrols This road, used by; growers in the
iii'.' Merchant who were not present month that he ha patrolled state at the Redland and Homestead Long Pine bland farming section
olrielal WMUM npr .. 1M*....... ,
g.srtwwa autos. -names" -I Wednesday night will be asked by road 4-A. It stated that be has school was trade possible will be patched and reworked
I the chamber to the stopped 3,113 motor vehicle, mad by the state patrol in
ROT jM xMI| &| Bar.| Eato: sign agreement preparation for the heavy hauling -
promising to close on at least the 76 arrests which brought fine totaling The letter wa signed by W. L to which It will be subjected
.fan. e __...110 I SIt- 130.201 .22 date contained in It I1.J9J; and caused to be awl, Flak, deputy district governor of during the tomato harvest season, i
.. I olan. II _-I I 1' t 82 130.24 Since the problem of holiday lected 'I,":3.52 In license tag reve- Florida Lions, Joseph R. Hickjon. which start In earnest next
v Jan. 10 __..j 1a I III I closing varies with the line of business nue. president of the Redland District month.
Jan. 11 .. .. I 711 58 130JI .02 each case was considered Copies of the letter wen ordered Club and Cha. Pratt Immediate Another county road crew is at
Ja' 12 ... I 111 I 6'130.121\ separately, as the principal motiveof sent to each state senator and rep past president composing a special work on a short extension of
Jan. 13 on 80 82 30.151 the meeting was consensus of I,I resentative. George L. Swan suggested legislative committee for the Red- Silver Palm drive In the w.+uJJj
Jam, U .... 30 \ 11 30.181 opinion within each trade. that etch Lion Individually land District Lien. Club. AllajmtUn Garden set.tonc. .






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Patre T\\ o THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Friday, January 15,1937II. _

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II. S. Earns 22-14!'I Scrappy Redland Team Walton Smothers 'i Minutes of Fun and Thrills in Free

Victory Over Lake ;t I i! Loses to Miami- Hi 35-.M: Coca Cola Capers II I Movies Bird Chevrolet Saturday :,.1

Miami High School vaunted 43-32 in Miami Tilt U with a beautiful but "' !\
Worth BasketeersWith Tucker sod Schemer ted the bttta The Bird Chevrolet Company designing .
I the automobile of lady. a lovesick man
and fold toe 39-23 victory over Inviting public young young ;
the Redland High School I the Redland District to S5 minutes and a playful dog. Light, snappy
. Donald Sullivan who was basketball scrappy team Tuesday night at walton Nurseries basketball ,of moving picture which will be dialogue and the anttcs of the dog J
thought lost to the team for the Rodiand Schemer mad 14 twin displayed an aggressive, fast I shown In Its used car lot Saturday make this a picture well worth !
I 1Ion. back In the game and us- points and Tucker amassed 11 I pausing brand of ball Wednesday night at B o'clock. seeing Mr. Bird aid,
( (,. ins his height to advantage, Edwards. Redland Myandkeepmefromshootinglongshots- night to smother Coca cola, 43-32, I Five 'picture on a variety of I In 'News No 4, Vol 2" the Detroit !
{ stead High School's Home-I In II game played on the Y. M. C. subjects will be shown. None will polio check both pedestriansand !
quad earned ., 22-14 motorists with a new talking
A. court In Miami. have any telling talks; all are
center, hit the hoop for only one '
Lake Worth Wednesday purely entertainment, according toW safety car. Miniature gas-powered
tries high point man In the
basket out of Innumerable Barrow. '
that city R. Bird, president ot Bird piano perform at the nationalohaMgonahip
Campbell and QrrMvmod played league again led the Walton scoring 'I. .
('apt, Earl Smith, Charlie Little good ball for Redlan. They did with IS points. Field and Day Chevrolet Co. model contest \
PIerre MrDanlel and Sullivan din. well detensivetp, and mad eigatand played well defensively white I, HOW You See It," UM first picture DuffsS man make a Ma-gainf .' .1'.1''I.
\ idi'd Homestead point anting were outstanding I tint : automobile. using" autaraobila lsM&, -
seven points respectively Dunn and MtrOQ ,
then Brodbeck led theWorth DMA Graham Redland forward made for Coca Cola. I I :: I tbee: ::fl.te'"I; itself and motor In search' of oil,'scientists : I

scoring with eight mints four free throws out of tour at- Homestead lad the entire game Animation combined with special X-ray the ground with new
At I the halt the score was 9 up, tlMnpta, for a few minutes in the I photographic effects explains the photographic sound equIpment..
hilt Homestead found the range forMS except j steps In the process by which i they' 1 Minneapolis. fire-eating! cat ot :
tort nurc-shots und soon ran hellen on 'I fa pf first quarter.W human b made to nee life in I slides down
eye t
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lip "i .. .. Q 4 .'. 2 tam;, srftks for t I Yeggs Aren't Safe" has to do I hide made of canvas perm "
Homestead (Si) tt n tt Ed"of ds c : f 1 0 to tha game on the local court next I' : bathers to change clothes, cnroute :

McMihael. f 0 0 Campbell, a .__.__... J 2 1: Thursday night when the league ,' to the beach .j'
Cane i, f 0 1 0 Vlhlan, g ..... _.+- 0 '0) 01 leading Jeffrey's Realtors', from I Homestead III Plays < "Formadai" deals With aWe/ i
West, f _. .. 0 0McDaniel Clambers, -......-..." 0 t # Fort Laudsrtsl play rh* locals I W. P. B. Here Tonight driving, *4tfc the audit not) a. Wic ,
f ... 2 0 0 He expect His team playing the j driver, end the mvto:tie vote as
Sullivan c __. .. 10 } 7 9 I I brand of ball displayed Wednesday Tonight Homestead High School the back, seat driver.
Smith g ...._ .. I 2 0 1st, 4; 2ncl, 10; 3rd, 13; 4th, ::13. night, to get revenge for the I will play the West Palm Beach "In 'Fire and Water' the all old
Little, g ...__. 2 I 0 I 33-24 defeat handed It on Dec. 2 I
MIami High (15) t. ft p' In the upstatet gym High School basketball team on ordeal la seen In a thrilling picture -
Tucker, f 1 0Schaffer the Homestead court. Homestead of steering car. performance," ; j
0 4 II i" .':: :'.'.:. : : 0 4 I Coco Cola (31) r. It pr defeated the Beachltes last yearIn said Mr. BirdNATUROL. :

Lake Worth (II) fg (I Pf Schemer, c __. .._. I I I'' Beery, t a--- I 1 3Schepie ,I the semi-finals of the eighth I ,

Burnt, f _.. __ a 0 0 Carey, I .__._..... 0 0 0 I ____ 0 0 0 I I district tournament In Miami, so \
Darr, f ..__' 000 Wldderahelm, I ___.. 1 0 I'' Mutenon, I ___ I 1 4Ruggles : Coach Whittington and hit prote I GAS I :
Kunkel t ___ 0 0 0 Hunt, a __.._ I 1 I C 2 1 01 t I ges will be out for revengeTuesday ;
Brodbeck Bell ...___ 0 0 0 Dunn 1 ____ II 1 2 Homestead will travel May be had wherever
c 1 2 3 h
Groover Rent:. 1 w.._ 0 I 2 Kichet.kl, g __.._ 0 0 2 to Miami to play Miami Edison,I I. live
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:I II team which the locals defeated you I JI
Daniels __
g 0 0 I
on the Homestead court earlier in
15 I 10 14 4 U VlriU D. Lyon, Homestead -
W.aver,1 ..._ 0 0 1 : I I
1st, 8 2nd 14 3rd 24 4th 35 I the season.
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1st, 11; 2nd, 17; 3rd, 22; 4th, 32.
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Score at half. Homestead 9; Redland High School lost its Walton Nurseries (43) fg ft pt
Lake Worth B. Referee, Clancey second game to Miami Edison's Barrow, t _._ a 2 S
basketball team on the Redland field, t 3 2 0
court Friday night by a double Campbell, t ___ 0 0 a Pontiac Economy! :
Miami Beats Growers score, 28-13 The Edison team Day, C ____.. 2 a 4
41-22 on Local Field displayed a smooth working offense Wynn,, g __ 2 J 1
and a defense that kept th Tolson, g._.___ 2 0 1
Redlandert from set for
getting
Homestead High School's basketball shots from the floor 17 9 12 The 1936 Pontiac won the official economy .
team suffered let-downs In Klnkaid Edison forward, was championship of its price-class with an average R
1st, 11 2nd, 21, 3rd, 31 4th 43
the second and final quarter ot a ; ; ,
the kingpin for the winners, scoring -
I of 23.9 miles per gallon of gas. A glance at the .
game with Miami High School on 11 points, Roy Campbell, Red- .
the local court Friday night, and land guard, led his team scoring basketball team playa Lake Worthon chart will show you what you can expect of the
as n consequence ended the game with six points the Redland floor Lake Worth 1937 Pontiac-10 per cent greater average '
on the short end ot a 41-22 score lost to Homestead High 22-14 economy and even more at certain speeds! Oil i
The Growers, still without the Lake Worth High Team Wednesday night 'j,
ices of economy is just as phenomenal and Pontiac'flflatrate .
sen Sullivan, vanity center Redland Tuesday the Red Raiders travelto .
Jumped into a lead and held until Plays TonightTonight Coral Gables to play the strong service charges and trouble-free per-

Miami the final minute of the quarter. Redland High School Pone de Leon High School team. formance point to all-around thrift equal to,
High put on pressure in the will have a chance to break into Ponce holds a 22-18 win over
second half but Homestead come I the win column again when its Homestead or exceeding that, of small, light cars.
back and outscored the Miami
sharpshooters, 8-7, In the third
e into, In the final quarter Miami t

High passed the ball about near We Can Make
the back line until the Homestead "ARMOUR SEES TO JTI
defense became mixed up and then
Kent in io score four baskets In as GET THE RIGHTFERTILIZER" I Immediate Delivery of the
many minutes

Capt Earl Smith rated as one PONTIACS
of the best guards In the county .
played erratic ball and
allowed Remember only 15c a day more puts yon In a high quality ear.
many scores Schsffer. Miami High
j A drive for a few miles will tell the story.
shot ,
artist led the scoring with 14points I

Schemer played well tor 8 CTL. GRAY SPORT COUPE, DUAL EQUIPPED..____.$985.00
Miami defensively.Homestead I
8 CYL BLACK 2-DOOR TOURING SEDAN ....____.915.00 ;
(22)DIUI.A.BERGER fg fl ft \.
Smith f _.... ___ S 1 3'MeDllnlltl. 1 8 CYL. BLACK. 4-DOOR SEDAN .... ..._.._f 4S M

I __. ._ 1 2 a 1 y 8 8 CYL. ifit'E 4-DOOR TOURING SEDAN, dual equipped $990.00
Little, c .__ _... 2 1 1
Caves, g '_"_ __. 0 0 1 8 CYL. GREEN 2-DOOR TOURING Sedan dual equipped.$95 .0* '

a Bishop, 8 ,' .-= = 0 1 0 1 0McMichael 0:I 8 CYL. BLACK 2-DOOR SEDAN .._.____r I 9o"*.

Weat. I -_, __ 1 I 4 8 CYL. GRAY 4-DOOR SEDAN, dual equipped._$98100
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I, --e 12 8 CYL. BROWN 2-DOOR SEDAN __,____ $S9..01

Ink I: 2nd, 12; ard, 20: 4th. 12. 8 CYL BLACK 4-DOOR Tearing Sedan, dual equipped $106$.09

Miami High (U)
t. h pt
Tucker, I ....__ 4 1 I TPHB Imo thing; (DELIVERED IN HOMESTEAD)

Bell I ._ _. 0 0 0 about Armour' l Z ZI
Schaffer I ...::. I I a ASK FOR A DEMONSTRATION ,
Vaughn, t __ 0 0 0 fertilizers i* the way

Schemer e _'_ 4 a 0 they mla them to fit our conditioBJ. -
crap
Hunt, I a 0 I PRESTON B. BIRD MOTOR CO.
Wlddltrahelm, 1 0 0 a Their men know what it's
Carry s 0 1 0
all about. to
They com* net me,
Set ui for she A,. Buick and Pontiac Dealer
17 7 10 they know about my crops and my

lit, I; 2nd 22: arc!,, I'; .th, U. plan*-and they help BM get themover Fertilizer best
Referee,: Younta and LubaL suited for Floruit
fertiluef I need. ,

Of CMTIS, I tt taulu-ao cul kW Citrus, roUUes. Teaiatess .
MbtnriM with iMtiliMT fiw company Eggplant. HARRY'SVELDING SHOP
oW Mia as does M she moil oo she* dogSquash.. Breceoli.

Dentist Agent: BEE DEE SUPPLY COMPANY PRINCETON FLA. .
HELD REPRESENTATIVE! O. M TRICK
ARMOUR FERTILIZER WORKS WAREHOUSEMANJ Portable Electric sad Acetylene Welding *. Cylinder Blocks.
36 N. Krome Avenue ROT R. NIXON, JR. Cylinder Head*. Aluminum Castings u4 Boilers.

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Upstairs AuUoMtlT IlacLIae Repairing-Catering to garages la was
Armour Fertilizer Works I bearing pouring and aligned reasalng, connecting rod pouring
Office Hours 8 JO 1:30 and bering and cylinder boring.
hoklOflVU'' '1..
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Friday, January 15. 1937 THE LEAtEK ENTERPRISE Paire Three


ACE CAMERA MAN Club Sponsors Little I 200 Dealer Representatives in Miami INQUEST DELATED
Miss Homestead Contest! A earner's IMM** to Inquire I t
Preview Ford Into aNt death of ftuaten/ E. Black
to ExpositionD.
Today
SHOWS MOVIES of ?ran)*, who to taM to have shot I w
The girl between six and thirteen I -- himself on Jan 7, was not held
yean of age Who win a vote-sell L. Shickleford, president of trance, 47 feet In height, they; will Saturday aa scheduled because I IMn.
TO ROTARY CLUB leg popularity contest sponsored Redland Motors Inc., local Ford I be confronted by a mammoth pro Black was in the Dade County I :
by the Junior Woman's Club of I II hospital recovering from injuries I
r dealer will attend a special meeting duct display embracing many materials -
I Homestead, Saturday afternoon, of all the dealers In the Jacksonville produced by the southeastern -j inflicted by Black and was unableto !
History of Bread Themeof Sunday Jd Monday will be declared -, branch territory at Miami states, which are used In testify. The inquest will be 4 I'I
Talk by "Ace"Williams Little Miss Homestead and I today R. L. Allen, manager of the the manufacture of Ford cars and | held some time next week. I II Ij
will neat** a diamond ring as a'' Ford Jacksonville branch, win I product OdtiMt leaders also will I !
prim, have charge ot'I include many of $Me that Im- j! LEGAL NOTICES ;
An eUmtaatton contest In which' C Cowling, : prtessd viator to the font expo-
"Ace" Williams, free lance movie a number of girl were Invited to' aber of the Ford Motor Companyat I dUoni at Chicag Ban Diego and ; NOTK'll or .r'.r; NATION Poll TAX ,
photographer who has been devot- participate and today. Detroit will make the principal Cleveland. There will be a complete I se.a.s.ntsossna-
ing the past two Years to research A parade of contestants at 3 301 I II address meal of the famous Given NOTICIC"'it HKRKfn (.1 VF.N MATt.AltCO.
in producing educational films for Saturday will be followed by a I Preceding the meeting lunch-: field Village at Dearborn and H I la. b,>Urr ,.1 S.M ...1' -It. ,
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the baking Industry showed some T. 1 No. VM c-or.I the 7t" .1,0of
matinee party. I eon. .will be served to ever two display of Johannton 1\11115 IITI l Jul. A. n IMO h. r.1'M! ,.n>r I I" ""
of his talkies and afterward cave far delicate measurement. rn ; or'I'I' and h" must a" '!"?"", f..r. 11,1
hundred dealers and officials i .
company ..... ,. ,
u supplementary talk at a ladies' i I d..1 I. be t wed Ih. .I I C !If" o.
to millionth of Inch hl-1 .
one an ...
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; on the Columbus Hotel .1tr.a+ 'M train d.- "hod "VII
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night of the HomesteadRotary Rev. Milton Sackett Is 1 ,. 11,1. ,
meeting .. .
root. Immediately following the tors will be taken apart mid < I. County or "I "I II.1 0"
Club in Legion hall Wednesday New Hector of St. John' | meeting they will leave in a body fcmbled before the eyes of v' It- ". .I."". 17 81.. h 11 1 91 ..b"., A.',
night for a preview of the magnificentnew ors. There will be a vivid( demonstration I I 1.1" llab rear i" 1111. C "H. ,
Mr William came to Homestead I MU-;;; of the Ford V n 1 Dade. II..,. .>f HMM 1.,1.
new .
.
The Rev. B Sackett who building just completed onBiscByne I bw s..w.m.nl .I .I,1! I' .e.", ,.I. ,
direct from a plane that had just brakes under ... .. ... .
will begin his work a* rector of boulevard, which with safety extreme n'nditlonn .If h. .iI' UI. -.1 0'.I In Ih "
returned him to Miami from i on1 I ita contents will be known the There will be also j .I UNKNOWN. .
St. John' Church as '
Episcopal 11n1.* Mid .ertifl.11. .1,11 b a-ic-
trip to New York in order Mint he Sunday Is expected to arrive today i i Ford Florida exposition. modem lei vice station and many :red ,. I h, Iww, tin, 1a.:, 'riy ::
.
might make his scheduled .. \rrrla will IM. I I. do
appear- other feature I ( hahra hales 10 r
ance "before the Homestead club. with Mrs. Sackett and their' This building, or series of 1.1 t:.. Court-huu I ... do? .. le fimt, 1\1 ."
daughters. Ruth and Dorthea i building, covering practically the The 137 Ford can which have I aw In Ih.. month if Mi., h. N7 01",. 1 h
His talk and picture were arranged U thi- I.I of M.rl, "'I.D. .
I I
entire block met such enthusiastic | tar
They will occupy the new rectory on Biscayne; boulevard public rrwption ..... ,
< f Jaawn 1987
for by Chas. T. Fuchs, Jr., I
in Downer Palms I' between S. t First and' Second ; will be on display as well 'WO&It't'A.; !
member I I
,
of the club vocational
a
u -
street, with the Lincoln and Lincoln- ClrtiiHCircuit ( uorl
a depth of 400 feet, a* new
program required of individual Mr. Sackett was educated in the I Doan Cusnty. KIId.. .
will be formally opened to the Zephyr cars. Jose Manxanarea'famous seal,
public school of New York City, l swat
members from time to time to : I .
I H C mtHKRTT >
By lUMI t
South African
public on Saturday The colorful orchestra
acqijianj fellow members with the, Ohio State University and Bexley j U il. S.. t,<. '"
structure designed by Walter popular feature of the Ford exposition
history, problem and ethics of I HaD Seminary at Gambler, O. He I I
Dorwin San and !
Teague, famous New York at Diego Dallas
the various business and served as chaplain of the Boys' '
profes-
I industrial designer add a new will furnish music at the Mi.ml'
Industrial School at ,
sional classification Lancaster O. ROPER
: representedIn RANGES
the club. where he had spiritual charge of I and beautiful showplace to Miami.It exposition throughout the winter J
i I II expected to attract more thana season.
Mr. Williams had been In New i 2,000 youngsters; he was chaplainof I I
million visitor from: many: sections I NATUwith
York making I series or radio the 166th Infantry: ; and he serv- GAS
of the I
country during the
talks sponsored by I large section ed as rector of St Andrews: I
of the baking industry. His film Church in Columbus, O. I I''current season. Want Ads Pay-Try Them. ) Virgil D. Lyon Homestead
As visitor through the I
pas en- .
her Wednesday: night portrayed He moved to Sanford seven I ..
method of breadmaking dating when he obliged to's
yean ago was
'
back to pre-pyramid days In give up active work because of ill 'llIlIIlIIlIIlIlIIlIlIlIIllIImlllllllllllllllllllllllllllll{ IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII !1( 11ll1l1l1l1Iii ;
Egypt. Movie he took in many health. Since then he has aerved
parts of Europe and Asia and Af- as pastor of Holy Trinity Church In
rica show the Incredibly primitive West Palm Beach and Christ
methods still in use today. In- Church In Longwood.
i
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terwoven through the pictures; I

were the scenes value and of bread Incident a* a stressIng food.- Lodge Drapes Charter : Used CarOpportunities

Other guest were Mrs. Williams ) In Memory of Harper
; Julia Webster, the I
stead Rotary; Club' nome-I Revolutions of respect to the
first president; Chas. T. memory of Mayor Chas. T. Harper -
St., and Vf. C. Payne. 'I i who died New Year's Day of I I IThe
The RoUfy-dub voted to lend injuries received In an automobile
a letter to c Governor: Fred P. Conocommending crash on Dec. 28, were voted at
him for his desire to I I this week's meeting of Homestead
effect economic In the state government Lodge No 29, I. O O r, of which ,
but pointing but why Mr Harper was a member : continued strikes affecting the automobile
elimination of the state road petrol i The charter of the lodge will be
would not be an economic drnnod in mourning for periodof
i a
-- manufacturers making it unusually hard to
are
move. The governor had indicated thirty day.
.
in in mind published the road reports patrol that as he one had i make deliveries of new cars. It will be only a matter _

faa place where_the' economy axe could :i We fertiliser buy any, quantity feed, or of potato cotton, of a short time until it will also be hard to find _


Arctie Lament us a card BAGSDrop and ear man will a good used car. -
"In the Arctic the Eskimos live cull. .
on candle and blubber."

think"Well I .would U I had, too.to"-eat Ex.candle I I 802 MIAMI: N. W.BAG Slh Ave.* BURLAP Miami FU.1D CO.. I Why delay...Buy now... While IJOll 'call I.. .


1=I have a variety to select from iI




:. ) l E ALL' I,,!:I REAL VALUES IN USED CARS I 1


ii

mrJ7Dl7A' I Ik. f
if =5

.. v l i_ 1936 DeLuxe Tudor Ford . .$565.00 _

.".,. 1== 1936 DeLuxe Fordor Ford . . 585.00 == j'

Cover The Entire Range ::1
: 1935 DeLuxe Fordor Ford . . 445.00 -
.
.!- ,- 't- Of Crop And Soil Needs i 1 E_ 1935 Ford Tudor . . . 425.00

.. ,' .. 1 == 1934 DeLuxe Fordor Ford 365.00
<' . . .
..--j... l
In more than 40 year experience In = 1934 Ford Tudor . . . 345.00
making better fertilisers we have learned !

how to meet the special needs of vegetable I :: 1933 Ford Fordor . . . . 315.00
and citrus growers la every part of Florida.

I 1933 Ford Coupe . . . .. 299.00
Local track grower report splendid result = ,
from our Seminole Vegetable Special I

and Manganese Mixture: UK these term- = We have more than fifty good used cars-many '
alas for extra yield and better quality
NOW. I = under $100.00.Vhv take a chance of being disappointed tI

Wilson A Toomer 1 :: later? See about terms. I II
Fertiliser Company us
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Miller T. Mercer, Manager I

M a Coral Gable Branch t E .Redland Motors Inc. '
r w, 1 =I II

Fall Stock carried byi i ,
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ROBERT S. DUNN :: HOMESTEAD PHONE 21 I .

Homestead and Princeton I I



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THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Friday, January 15.1037_
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THE LEADERENTERPRISEPublished r m IORIDA 41 imim .-.r... .6Crd 3 fII HINTS FOR SAFE .

Fridays at Iln_
dead. Fla. by the teeth Dade DRIVING GIVEN
rcbllsblng Co. I ,r rBY

Ti/i P/GTY..t'JffQt644"C1a01A PONTIAC

MV ARCHES ___ Editor RAVXZr MANE J

= W" A" V".4.VW .
Entered a* eeee4 etaea aaO CWrJ4Wr-ffM0V 4WA Detroit. Jan 14 JUalltlng that /
utter March (. 111, at the net : many of the thing that go to mskelfc-
office at HemeeteaA nerlda, wader up good driving are built Into a 3
the act ef March 3. 117. car while other an Instinctive 1
with the avenge driver and still *
SIR rUUE. IU A TEAK othen art covered by traffic

ulationt, L. K. Marshall
Motor service manager has
Last Rendezvous
piled a number of driving

Do not prison me from earth: r each of which Is certified by !re'1
At last, I would not crumbleTo tine engineer to be the belt

deasleated dust in some Slippery pavement are
Steel-vaulted crypt A humble mon So Marshall says, "
Rndevou with loam and seed driving on them, the best to t'
Is all I ask that I follow is--do everything slowly Ir
MlKht feet warm earth beneathmy Start slowly accelerate slowly '
feet stop slowly and above -drive
1 Again, and see the sky! slowly When applying the

Mary Ferttll Dickinson In .Yr brakes, leave the clutch engaged .
IShardl. I until the car has almost stopped .
to prevent skidding On very

Make Auto Killing slippery streets start In second or
high gear to avoid opining wheel
UnpopularWhen t or side slipping--but remember to
G2j'lflku'r engage the clutch gradually
the final figures are tabulated
and released It will prob- "It your car starts skidding, tuck
ably be found that 1938 w.. lII.WOI..t LWIYID the front wheel In the direction '
.
IKTD1Nf'IWtl' of the skid; at the same time take
year history so far as
automobile accidents were con- :: your foot off the accelerataor gradually. -
VAHIM
owned. r' The best way to pin confidence -
In correcting a skid I II to .
1 More than 85000 men women take your car out on a wide, de*
and children were killed. Hundredsof sorted strip of pavement made slippery :
thousands were Injured. Prop '"
by rain or Ice and practice
erty damage ran into the billions these .instruction*.-Then you will
At least 00 per cent of this ghastly know just what to do when your

destruction can be ascribed to car start to skid >-,
but one thing-the human ele All 4 Th technique of professional,tracing

menu r driven provides t clue to
It Is a telling commentary on our ,t, r the belt way of taking curves and
driving habits that the worst ae- I turns These men apply the
cldints commonly occur on good x 1 r brake when approaching the .

roads under favorable condition turn, enter It at a reduced speed, ,
of light and weather and Involve and accelerate as they come out .
can In excellent condition. The t'ft on the straight-sway This method
reason for this Is simple enough make steering effective and put .
Drivers exaggerate the 'safety the car under #
control-and makes
THE APALACHICOLA RIVER Is THE GRAPEFRUIT, a native of south
factors of roads and weather and It unnecessary to jam on the brake .1
formed the Chattahoochee and Flint eastern Aria, was gradually carried west-
by
can They take chances. They succumb In the middle of a curve (a dangerous ,
to the lure el speed beyond livers the junction: being near the Florida ward to Mediterranean countries. The practice). .
any reasonable need. They pass State line. The Chattahoochee hag Spaniards are believed to have later 'When' going up a hill shift Into <
other can on hUll and' curvet its source in central northern Georgia brought it t& Florida, laying the foundation second gear as soon as your speed
weuve In and out of traffic and and flows across a clay section- of that for an immense industry. Recognition l. get down to JCNnUei an hour, Use j
loom around corners at a horrible state causing its waters to be muddy in of the true value of the grapefruitwas the tame gear going down a hill
cost la life, health and property, fact the muddiest stream entering Flor- deferred for a long time however it a* you used In going up 4t

Efforts to educate these driven, ida. The Flint river oa the other hand, has now made a complete conquest of the "When starting la mud or sand

and to appeal fairness to their and sense of reason is s clear water stream being formedlargely entire nation. Today it is the prime favorite put in high the car and in second gear -or even i
courtesy, have release the clutchpedal
failed 100 by limestone springs. Below the of all breakfast fruits and is high-
practically per cent. slowly so as not to spin the
nut being true the next step Is junction of these two rivers there is a pronounced ly regarded for its distinctly medicinal wheefo\ If the wheels spin, they
a massed public opinion that will division between the clear and qualities. The citric add of the Juice is Invariably dig themselves/ in

strengthen traffic laws and traffic muddy water for a variable distance down largely oxidized: in the human system, becoming 'In going down long hills-- f

pa !.ult. .and strictly punish those the Apalachicola.: alkaline instead of remaining acid whether in second or high gear.
gumy, 01 arming errors that cause the efflcieet way to slow up the II i
ai i dcnu If the reckless car is by a a
driver succession of 'snubbing
I been received from the Atlantic
J
refuses to mend his ways, he mutt GRAPEFRUIT 4.. Pacific Tee Company Table I Discuss Plans for New actions of the brake rather than J
be forced to. And If, after by a continuous! '
a periodof Supply Stores, Winn and Lavett I Sunday School Building pressure on the
time. he has shown that fines pedal"It
Grocery Company operating Pig-
and other punishments won't do is, almost
impossible to set
gly-Wlggly stores and Lovett'sGreoeterlas Plans for
(Continued from Page 1) constructing a Sunday
the work he must be deprived of specific rule for safe speeds beat t
and Southern FoodStores school building were discussed
the right to operate a car on public est benefit from this campaign Mr cause of the varying condition
:
: of the
operating Rlky stores and a meeting Laymen's League a
streets that
and highways.tt Davis said driver
I Piggly-Wlggly stores In the southern I i of the St. John Episcopal Church every encounten If "
Is estimated that 10 percent The agreement of the N. A. r C part of the state, totaling about 1 ai the home of Edw Stlling Wednesday you are a Pontiac owner. nmem- 1
of driven are reckless, while DOper to aid the grapefruit growers IB>'!five hundred unit*. night A dinner was seer bet that the combination of no- '
cent are reasonably capable this emergency brought numerous'I' Leading newspapers will run i led: by member of the woman'* draft ventilation, Insulated body _
and cautious Will that dangerous expressions of appreciation from''recipe contests, and will ask ad- 1 auxiliary of the church and the quietness of the engine
10 per cent continue to be allowed citrus fruit co-operatives and Individual venison to include Florida grapefruit A. It,Cave* mad a report of and transmission make It difficult -
to imperil all the of fanners C. H. Walker! 1 to guess at which speed you
rest us and to In their ads for the next eight plans for district-wide !men s
make slaughter houses of our public chairman e-f Florida Grapefruit''week I' *. supper to be held en Jan. 28 In are traveling.
roads? : shipping schedule would be arCrOkcra Legion hall Depend on your speedometer to ,
Committee, stated that'I I Those present Included: Dr. W toll you whether you an keeping t
Hick TownA ranged to provide adeqquat lup- : L. Vercoe W. R. Bird J. K. Oau within a safe speed limit ':
pUn of fruit to the chain stores GIRD, FOR TARIFF lens, H JU Cook Or Fraak H.w- MWb n one wheel runs off the I
hick town is a place where IT during the campaign. I' man Lee II Lehman. Geo N pavement, take your foot ort theaccelerator '

of our president were born and Members of the National Grapefruit Wttkeflrid. A. B; LtolngatoJi. W. J. hold the wheel
where seven .f the ten Immortal commltt from Florida are I (Continued from page 1) Clark T. E. !)v_. Henry Brosk-' straight slow down and allow the car to

In New York's hall of jam otlglnate Senator J. J. Parrtan, TitwviUe. have the effect of providing adequate er, Jr., H E. Schsff Geo Bow. M r. be brought gradually until It can
W. J Howey Stillng and Clayton Lehman. batch onto' the road
Howey-in the.HiU I \
for
protection Florida fruit without jar or
A hick town that didn't have a and C. IL Walker Avon Park. sway ;.
and vegetable In If a tire blows out hold the
growers the negotiation car
name produced Lincoln. Pledge of full co-operation of future agreement(To Hold Men's SupperIn steady until the car slows down to :};
any
Hick towns' gate us most of our within the state of Florida haw Local Legion Hall a speed that I* safe for stepping
great literary figures of the put- with the Republic of Mexico or Then apply the brakes gradually J

and practically: all of those now ment In each and any of the other Central Americanor The men' supper planned for I until the car has come to a (top.
living So isat It an obvious every communitythan Thursday night. Jan. 28 throes ;
conclusion that of supporting the activities Caribbean republic competingwith by e Don't follow the natural kictlna-
that a hick town lea place of the Redland District
lion to
1'IorI".riI.'UIture.. jam on the brakes"tb
et the Boy Stout pf America
where a boy hat aa excellent churches will be served In the :t
The benefit derived by our future -Pending the Introduction of American
Legion hall
chance to lay the foundation of on Sou
cltUens from Scouting activities this bill however I deem It to be I Krome
avenue by the AmericanLegion
future Impression
JrW.tntu1-1VbIClltf are, of course, known to all,' whoar of the utmost Importance that the, Bedland District churches at the B
*. Auxiliary. It was announced home of George M. Trick la Flak
Interested In Activities for theCosnnnon committee for reciprocity information I yesterday by W. M FLOCK Manor i
cnocL shall be given full, completeand general chairman of the "committee
Scouting Cuts Crime "I have been of course particularly accurate Information concerning of five" In charge of arrangement Oat of Seaeeej 1JJ
concerned with I work In connection 1 the present treaty with *. A farmer ordered a bathtub
J Edgar Hoover director: of the I with the apprehension Cuba and the necessity for modification Sal of ticket for the supper from Chicago It was promptly
federal bureau of Investigation major crinlnala. The extension otl In any contemplated renewal will begin tomorrow and end Monday hipped but went astray On Its arrival -
has high regard for the values ef Scouting activities to the boys *f extension of that treaty" night Jan 25. A committee of the farmer refused to accept '
scouting to a growing boy and the entire country win reduce the he said three men will be appointed In is. '
pay tribute to the program a* a development of modern bandit A conference "I
preliminary will each church to handle the sale of ordered that bathtub three j
factor In reducing juvenile delinquency and racketeers to a minimum be held at WUcox'i office on January ticket to fellow members. Ticket month ago," he wrote, "and now
render easier the work of \aw enforcement 11. The full Florida congressional will t* on sal* also at the localdrag winter I* coming on and the bathing -
Mr. Hoover said: "1 know of no official In future gen- delegation as well *. the stoma.The season I It practically owr' You ,'
movement more worthy of thjmoral orations, conduce materially to representatives of Florida agriculture "committee of five" will can exchange It for wood love .
and financial support of I the eleveatian of the moral and I are expected to attend the hold a joint meeting tonight at or keep It I have no use for ItWhitsltt "-
thus Interested In law enforce! social life of oft communities conference. T o'clock with the minister of the, ImprintFour
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! | Friday January 15 193T THE. LEADER ENTERPRISE Pane Fin


:I l1l1l1l11ll11mIlUlUIIUtlIlHllllllnl.l{ {n nI l' ;Qirl.Who Pan' Obscene Letter Club w. 0 W. to lold District\ Mr*. Shall \ta, >u"a< for mutt

k Mleetllt West Palm Reach A won* peak** **Mre o wo

Gets 15 Year Penitentiary Sentence man' club WM giving a description -
,20 the
Years Member of Woodmen of
I Ago I .. of Ilk recant t.dIQ Europe:
the Wort from Wttt Palm Beach
respondence tO Homestead Will meet lA UM L and he MM how bard QWt7] of the
tht \a..ar with tilt person or I *tt ..
by
Iacourag4 worked II.
women uncommon -
a .
'i Q lulU IA Wet Palm Beech'
lllllllulllllIUtflhhIll1llH/ lllllilllllr { meted out pcnopa they were placed ta "
con.
,. penitentiary sentence Tuesday wiping tar the nth reguk eight, ht ttttod, to we a

..:: := ::".: ww.1 .::: ::........ cole to Cult, Florida K. Otvtjand aMaa MIa ot Georgia P na- "Utter tad with Ouk originally Different4Thousands through the Lower.# quarterly, Et Coast convention District ot Camp the woman tether"! and" a donkty hitched up

' .a.q".hw. {b..6 e.MW.d rt.r ds M::.wa rt. am Clayton and Miff Gayle Cleveland ol obscent ot>riraspondenct No. 1M, That If nothing unusual Interrupted
.....d Or. u. lsu with tM -- on charge of tending obscene club members hare, Amaze UM patters of business a member of his audience
ta..a1..4r. matter through th* null the Postal already been rounded up by postalinspectors to U'transacted will be the election "You frequently ore that over betr,

I ;Jan. 14. wit- Inspection Service ha launched in every section of thecountry : of officer. too."-Ex.
a nation-wlda drive on obscene and pr* *c.Utlon art to
"'""W. a Horn Packing Co., art correspondence chub conducted follow\ a* rapidly) as the Individual .
building;114 addition 0x60 to theirpicking through the mall eases can be worked up foe presentation -

> MUM to accommodatetheir Cleveland tile operator of to federal grand iurle
I Increased bull neat." Tht Letter was Dub Different. one The federal statutes provide I Not Now?
Why
ep"C. II. Moffett wife and daughtor of numerous obscene corresponding five-year( jail sentence or a five
Nan of TroutvllJe, V..,
are on clubs which have for their thousand dollar fine or both for
t a visit for the winter with 3 B.
purpose the mutual exchange of any person found giiilty of sending

i Limited Moffett arriving Wednesday on night.the Over Sea obscene literature photograph obscene and this matter penalty"l'OlIIhI)has been Invoked mail,! Why not have th. repair work that you knowypur

I ""On and drawings, that have been uncovered -
Saturday afternoon between on many oocaakwf foe the sending
by paste Inspector ID
IS
the noun of two and four oC a tingle letter. car needy done now BEFORE IT
various sections of the country
j
o'clock Uttle MIA Jannt
I entertained ber friends Huntley and The Pensacola, "Letter Club Dif A second form of obscene ring TOO LATE?
I many ferent" of Cleveland wa conducted uncovered by the postal Inspection
playmates In honor of her sixth
m, the aim manner a* are the service .in Its drtye on the purveyor -
i birthday. The guests of Mill
Janet other obscene correspondence of obe"ene. jnattec i* the OUR WOUK IS. GUARANTEED
!
went: Grace and Malcolm
club which art now the subject ota magazine letter exchanges which:
I Cobb, Virginia, and Loraine Mit-
far-flung roundup by tilt postal have for their purpose the dlstemlnatkm -
t shell
Velma" and Erma Shaw,
inspection service. ot obscene literature
; Mildred Con Wrecker Service Acetcli Welding
t pleriNorCollins, Letltia Parker, loA operator of the "club", Cleve- and photograph and which anconducted I

( LUey, Margaret, Jane and Buddy land would insert advertisement 1 aa regular letter exchanges ,
Tatum, Howard Jackson, Mildred In the cheaper magazine offeringfor by tht cheaper love and

Campbell, Margaret Clifford Elite a small fee, usually ten cents,I sex magasjnea,

Campbell, Helen Livingston Ruth to put Interested persona In touch ;tk4to group which art ,
Watson Tommy Brooker, Ernea- with other of either sex who were bro justice by the postal Airport Garage

I tine Gaveling, Geneva Fisher Mary Interested In the exchange of literature Inspector art the dealers who distribute -

Alice and Earl Blggera, Sadie and and photograph of ID obscene matter directly
Rebecca Collins." obsctn nature tPOIremJtlln.. through advertisement and list J r. RHODES: Prop.N. .

.....A most Important meeting of the original fee of ten cent the purchased from the operator of
the Woman's Club was held on persons answering the advertisement the various obscene correspond FUglea. Avenue and Campbell, Street
.(Wednesday afternoon at the home of "The Letter Club Differ Irsf club and other dealer In this

Of Mri. Huntley, when the follow ent" were then forwarded i.n I type of objectionable matter

Ing officers were elected: president Identification and descriptive -- -

Mra. R. J:. Edwards; vice- blank which, when properly filled,
president, Mrs. Dr. Mangus out and returned to 'The Letter
; aeo '
,ond v -p.-.aldent, Mra. R. B. Club Different" gave a minute A REAMRKAGir LOW PRICE(
I
Schallern,. secretary Mn. S, ... description a* to the sender's age,
FOR THIS FULL-FAMILY
Matthews: corresponding aecretary weight, height, feature and physical

Mrs. rilloon; treasurer Mr*. measurement, in addition to e GENUINE
:A. R. Livingston.. stating the type and sex of the person SJZg I
.-"Mrs Geo. Turner returned to with whom he wished to

Baltlmorej lost week biit expects correspond on obscene, lewd and

text year to come down to stay. lascivious, subject
.1 )Jr. Turnejt hat a fin tomato crop Following receipt of this Information FRIGIDAIREWITH

f Which be la getting good return., The Letter Club Differ
t: tor" ent" then assigned a file numberto

:Hr-Uev. J. M. Cormlck will the Individual, who then was
"preach In the Methodist Church I required to send two dollar tor THE "METERMISER"MEETS

;1 Sunday morning, the pastor being a year'* membership In the "club",
tJ'polp.'I ent of the annual dues,
absent at conference In the
evenIng -
""! an address will be made by A. the member was then supplied All FIVE STANDARDS lOB REFRIGERATOR BM VP

'<* C. Graw, editor of the Enterprise, with lengthy list of both men and
I
f on the subject-"s to the women with brief description of

$ (children: of, Israel that they go each, who wel'lll Identified by numbers MtitCT THE
\ forward rather than name, When thj
-"Mr.. and Mr. Oscar Taylor art "club" member found a person, 7kmJtiutoQ

the proud parents of a ton, who arJl either male or female, answering ,,;" v_ NEW Low PRICE
rived to liven up their home on the description of his desires he Tr.Mbl.-lw. ...
..
Monday night'The ." then started correspondence by .....: :.....
addressing :; $152.50
';' Modern Woodmen "The Letter Club Dif-
oyster
ferent" enclosing his sealed en- ",. .........
4. supper, dance and public installation velope with It* obscene content, .-...asy ...........
of officers on Friday evening / ..."ei.N.or.coid
at the paviUlon, waa wall attended marking the enclosure for No. Ire Ice,0..4........01. r
"Tht Letter Club Different" then ........... ...1.. t1.n
and enjoyed by aU O. M.
forwarded to the person of the .t/P.fMa// : -
; McCasklU, from the Royal Palm M
Miami conducted Installation number so designated the inner Mostly .U04 .N< iofI T.nwe Me few w
j -ijnp ceremonies, which were very letter and content. In many instances ............ ....... 3Sa A DAYI
rather swim4n and
Interesting and impressive. The than continue to =

officers\. Installed were: A. O. Lund, clear their obscene exchanges .
X E. through the headquarter of "Tht
consul; Gjrlmes, past consul;
J. F. Robrer, adviser; T C. Honn Letter Involved Club Different" the persons Coon i* _IIIIIH ut demon rats At ._'J/O
signed their
banker; C. E. Sheffield clerk; J:. I own names
H. Kestrr, escort; W. C. Mead, and following\ receipt of the tint PROOF of ALL FIVE ,

I sentry, and L. F Chapman, truateo. letter they carried on direct cor-

The oyster supper and dunce fol4 1. nrttf *l LOWER OrfHATINO COST

lowed toe. Installation of officer., 2. Proof tf SAFER FOOD PROTECTION '
."< Making a very enjoyable pro. Let Us
gram." 3. prtt(M FATTER mnuiwa-

"..tii'_"Rev C. O. Nelson left Monday MORE ICE ,
'H"for St Cloud, to attend conference RejuvenateYour 4. Proof tf MOM l/S4aiUTV .+
this ending\ his pastorate at Florida
o "Cfty. tev Nelson bal been pa.- Car 8,.Prttt tl trAIt PROTECTION
o PLANe
tor of the M. E Church here for

P 1 the past two years and mprt Every Wood Work Modsl illustrated Is DR1 5J< It coble ft.cspMiiy R
day of both hill and hit wife's stay 10.7 M|. (u shelf..* Pro*! [here they used (or the upbuilding/ Body Fender Repairs (tclce cu....., 6 pounds of Ire at one (rwdn(
[of the town and community both, Doubl.-R.n.. Cold Control Five Yew
and
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It[morally and commercially. . Tops TrimmingSeat Prouruoa aiunst' srrrice expense oa the Pil Y=
Covers SMUd. a oMckaoltm fur only it indoded la.uKkiM .
SlMl/SpscsA AMI.famous .
price Mart *
Perhaps Then Were Others .
o ralntloArt's Super Frteser < ScsinlM sidle ,
Heroine (frantically): "I* there suniUH Interior GU.mlogEodurinDulExtetlor &
o': no succor?" Finish Automatic Rues Dmlrontg
.' t Voice from audience: Sure, I Airtonaiic Ice Tray a...... Automatic I*.
11, ;paid two bits .to KM this show"- Paint Shop tombs" Light Raararable Shelves Frlf tdai/e
.-' .v ColumUl* Jester HydraPle.sp of TaU-b cdt Space a
Ibdt .*> by General Motor
101 N. KROMI: AVE. ) Ace rlre J tltWlH'illANfl
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:.. .. ,Join our partyT"Bright young thing: "Certainly'! JOHN MU.ET' POST M--I.. 4* ,lu rI.,,uM....'rliM....,<\\t.! r-oa.W- POE l. i1 :\.1r....a l..Hi ...e'..N.ialA.....:..-.so.

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'ORANG'E' PRODUCTION AND PRICE I Baptists. Elect Church and Sunday .,'"'., '

School Officers for Present Year


MILLION DOLLARS The following office (menu *
l and cradle roll department
BOXES DER BOA :
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,. FLOW : IIJ v "llama" Tint Baptist Church and Sunday : superintendent, Mn J. R Dorsey, *
School for 1937 were elected after I
1 Texas secretary, Miss Ellen Vann .planIV
O YgMeMt a nominating committee competed lit, Mill Christine Hughes; teachen -
80 'I- 400 Of F. I* Mcllwaln, R. E. Edward, of primary girl*-Mr*, J T.
Mn. Fred H. Redd, Mrs. R. J. Vann Mn H. J. Davis, Mn. M.
Rutland and Mri. H. J. Davit had P. Walker; teachers of primary
made It* report: boy*-Myron Grennell, F. L. Mcllwaln -
0;FARM PRICE Pastor, the Rev. C. N. Walker; Mrs. Pete Morgan; of beginner -
60 3.00 clerk, R. E. Edwards; pianist, Mr*. girl*-Mn. F L. Mcllwaln,
3. I. Gault; treasurer, A. E. Campbell of boy*-A. J. Campbell; of cradle
; assistant pianist, Mr. Howard roll clan, Mn. E. J Polk and Mr*.
t Johnson Luna Lott; superintendent of cr f-

Deacon: A. J. Campbell, R. dle roll Mn. E. J. Polk.

40 2.002D Uunelwhlte, Dr. J. B. Tower, R. W, M. U. officer: president *
E Edward, r. L. Mcllwaln, Ceo. Mn. R. E. Edwards; first vice-
M. Frick, W. R. Cheshire, S. H. J. T Vann; secondvicepresident
: :
Fitch W. D. Home, T. C. Shackle- Mn. Catherine
ford. Pickard; third vice-president, Mrs

\I 1.00 Trustees: B. W. Morris, G. L C. O. Robertson; secretary, Mn.Cheiley .
PRODUCTION Caulk J. R Rutland, A. E. Camp- Saunders; corresponding,
bell, R. Musselwhite. secretary, Mr*. C. N. Walker)
treasurer, Mn. & L. West
; person
Finance committee: E. L. Law-
II rence, C. J. Cave, J. R. Rutland al service chairman Mrs Frank
a 0 T. B. Webb, Geo. M. Frlck. Irwin; mission study chairman
1987 7S 79 '30 '31 32 33 94 Mrs. T. D. Piche; stewardship
3S, 36 Baptismal committee: Mn. S. A.
Carlreaaa Menarwe ee.IPMlW4aY chairman Mn. Julia Polk; literature
Mn. M.
King P. Wollanv Mn.
___ chairman, Mr*. E. L. Lawrence
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-- C. O. Robertson, H. E. Cooper, R.
E. E/furarrffl. ; social chairman, Mn. H. J.
Increasing Orange Production Adds shippers In the two Important producing I II Music committee: Mn. J. R i/avu; x. w. A. Ie.der. Nora. J. R.
I area have developed fed
Rutland O.
A. leader
; Mrs.
J. B.i .
Rutland Mn. S. L. West, Geo. M
To Growers' Marketing Problems I eral marketing programs under Frlck i Byrum, R A. leader, C. W. Walker
I which it I* possible for them, to II Johnson., a L Gault, Mn. Howar ; Sunbeam Band leader Mr*. J.
-- adjust shipments of fruit to out-of c. Vann Sunbeam assistants, Ellen
Building fund committee: Tames I
Lakeland. Jan. 14-Florida clt- duction totaled 32,821,000 boxes,I with state what market more nearly In line Wollam, E.: L. Lawrence Mn. E. J. Vann and Esther Pope; circle lead-
these markets
rut grower now produce twice compared with 54,899,000 boxes in I require. Polk, Mn. F. H. Redd, Mn. J. R tn-No. 1. Mr*. L. A. Wise; No. 2,
a* many orange a* they did In the year before. In 1930, the crop Thus, they are in position to pre Rutland. Mr*. T. E. KIrby; No. I, Mr*. H.
year before 1928, and supply one- of orange wa somewhat bigger: vent market. gluts which depreisprices. Ushers: F. L. Mcllwaln, G. A. Collier; No. 4, Mrs. Pickard.B. I
third of the orange in markets of than the crop produced in 1928, and Welt, A. D. Smith, Roland Totaon, Y. P. U. officer: general director
the United States, according to figures price went below the 1928 level The marketing agreement program Fraud Irwin, Myron Grennel, Alvah Taylor; general secretary
compiled by the Agricultural Of the 1930 national crop of 55,- now In effect for Florida cit Earl Smith, D. H. Dellinger Jr Ellen Vann.
Adjustment Administration. 270,000 boxes, Florida produced rus fruit was developed by the industry Leon Burnett, Ernest Sherard Adult Union: president, Holllster
Production of orange In Florida 19,211,000 boxes, compared with under the provisions of the Alvah Taylor. Sage; vice-president, Mr*. C H.
ha increased at a more rapid rate 10,304,000 boxes In 1929, and 15- Agricultural Adjustment Act. The Sunday School officer: general Rice; secretary-treasurer, T. C.
than In California, the other major 118,000 in 1928. federal marketing agreement, superintendent, Ralph Moon; assistant Shackleford; qull leader, Mr*.
Greater During the next three coupled with the state's citrus general T. Julia Polk
growing area. productionin year national superintendent, ; grout captain, Mrs.
the two most Important growing orange production ranged laws, often Florida growers and C. Shackleford; general secretary T. C. Shackleford and Mrs. Safe.
w sections, coupled with the Increase from over 47,000,000 to over 81,- shipper an opportunity to meet the A. A. Bu...,. Senior Union: leader, Mrs C N.
In production of grapefruit, has intensified 000,000 boxes and Florida produc- current problem In marketing Adult and senior department: Walker; president, Myron Oren
the marketing problem tion ranged from over 14,000,000 this season's large production of superintendent, Ralph Moon; assistant -, nell; vice-president, Ellen Vann1
of to fruit, and at the same time permiU superintendent T. secretary, Nellie
orange grower Moderate Increases over 18,000,000 boxe Avenge C Mae Martin;
In the production of price during those yean were them to develop a longer-range Shackleford; aecretary, Duke treasurer, Francis Irwin; : quiz,
: orange an expected for the next particularly low, largely a* a resultof program for handling the more Wet; pianist, Bobby Summerlln; leader, Alvah Taylor; eorrespond-
three or four yean, and more depression factors. The national acute marketing problems which teacher*-T. E. L., Mr*. CatherinePickard lru secretary, Lou Belle Grennell;
marked increase In the productionof orange crop In 1934 reached the may be expected to result from' future ; Dorca. Mr*. Julia. Polk;, group captains, Esther Pope and
grapefruit are expected during record level of 04,937,000 boxes, Increases Introduction. Gleaners, Mn. S. L. West; Men' i Duke. WestIntermediate
the next five or six yean, thus with Florida producing 17,800,000 clan, C. O. Robertson; Baraca T. Union: leader, Mrs.
further aggravating the marketing boxe The greater Increase In PostscriptA D. Piche; Co-Ed Mr*. Walker. James Gilmer;' president, Eunice
problem of citrus grower national production forced prices Dally Telegraph correspondent Intermerlate and Junior department Walker; vice-president, Elizabeth
The accompanying illustration, lower than the year before despite commenting on the question I II : superintendent, Alvin Campbell -! Mcllwaln; secretary, Virginia Dor-
based on figure from the bureauof the fact that tome Improvement of the correct plural of the word 1 ; assistant superintendent, A. aey; treasurer Marjorie Webb;
agricultural economic of the had occurred in consumer I "mongoose" write: :D. Smith; secretary, D. H. Belling quit leader, Lucille West; chorister -
United State Department of Agriculture purchasing power. A national The difficulty was thus solved ,er, Jr.; pianist, Lucille Went; France Webb; pianist, France
show the trend of crop of 52,557, 000 boxes was I by a gentleman who wanted a I teacher for girl, Mn. T. D. Piche. I Webb; group captains, Herman
I orange production In the Florida. produced In 1933, of which Flor- pair of these Interesting and affectionate I Mr*. J. R Rutland, Mn. Bert Knight and Phyllis Bell. .
California-Arizona. Texas and Ida had in.n00.000' howi. This creature Andrew, Mr*. T. T. Bowen, Mr, I I Junior Union: leader, Mr*. Frank
corer growing area, and the trend crop, which was considerably' He wrote to a dealer- ''Sir, G. A. West. Mn. C. O. Robertson; Irwin; president, Mary Louise
of the farm price of produced in the United State previous ;year, sold for. higher He did not like the look of this, tore Alvah Taylor. C. N Walker, Francis -( Shackleford; secretary-treasurer.
.. While average price In each of price. up the paper and began again: 11 Irwin, Mn. F, H Redd, Mn. I Geneva Vann; pianist Mable Ruth
t the orange growing area may vary This season' national crop of "Sir,..please tend me twos mon- Frank Irwin. i Pope; group captain, Don Murphy. .
1
I from year to year, the national orange now moving to market approximates gooses. Primary and beginner depart- and Ray Andrews.
This'version did not satisfy him
price trend shown In the Illustration 81,000,000 boxes, the any better than the first, to he ..........:..=- .:-=-.'=:::- -- -, '--"-'-:: ===--
; serve to
Indicate the general second largest volume producedIn wrote: rr
downward course which orange the history of the industry. Of "
"Sir Please tend II
price have followed in the various this amount, Florida has 21,000,000 me I mongoose .
and-by the way-eend me another.
producing sections.In .
j boxes, the largest amount ever ."-Edinburgh Dispatch.Mr. NEHORIZO
yean before 1928, orange pro produced In the .tat*. D ;
1 duction for the United State at a Orange grower and shippers In Webster
\ whole was relatively small and Florida and In the California-Art- "Dad, what I ta executive ability
i price were relatively high. A zone area nave taken definite slept ?" II I

ulted increase In In production in 1928 bl'l I' toward the solution of their marketing Executive ability, my boy, lathe I\
a lower price, while problem Working in cooperation art of getting the credit for all I
J smaller crop in 1029 brought growers j i with their lUte and fed- the hard work that others do.-
j
I higher price. In 129 pro- oral governments, growers and Ex. ,

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.- week bus rt e (dp to.. P ntia: q.Pre>>dJictiorL ;i
r 3aleri N. c. Homestead High 4-II ClubBy .
WlNotoa-1 Wary Rail aid Records :Are Broken t ;

In and Ground ;. Mr. and Mil. Clarence I }jJ.n.

Miss Myrna French, MM Carlson cease' dowi from Detpsit, 14 Pontiac torn '\
itt and J. A. Severy .
enjoyed a :Miami and with for came Mn, on breaking production and employment .
fishing trip on the keys Wednesday \j'
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Homestead IIi Goldsmith chapter.of the D. A. R-, Everglades record In the effort to ;1

build enough can to keep up with
Harold Grinold enjoyed a surprise Mr Goldsmith gate a talk on the retail tale and reduce unfilled
-- on his birthday Monday whena the flag. She also let the girls orders, according\ to If J. Kllngler. li l '
fold the flag The meeting was t
number of friends dropped In for Pontiac Motors' general manager. ,
3 Mr. and Mn Robert Hobson tit brought home from the University closed with the pledge I
t CryitobaU Canal Zone, and their Hospital In Coral Gables Saturday the evening A delicious birthday Retail: tales by dealer in the :
cake end coffee were served. United States last month were the ;
two children arrived yesterday by
Present were: Mr*. Margaret Gay, Church of God RevivalTo .
: airplane for visit with Mr. Hobson highest they have ever been In < :
{1:' '. parent, Mr. and Mr R. L. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Brook enter- Mn Goldie Wolfe, )fn. Gertrude Last Through Jan. 24 November," says Mr. Kllngler. ;
Caplinger Mrs. Nellie Mullm, '5
Hobton. tained Mr. Brook uncle and "The total was 17,493 compared \
Mn. Blanche Chapman, Miss Mary '
aunt, Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Brooks Ellen Gay Mr*. Hannah Grlnold The tent revival that I* being with 14,148 In November 1939 ";
J! MI'I..E. H. Toole of Gainesville of Mount Vernon, N. Y., and Har- and the guest of honor. held by the local Church of God "Although built more can ,
it visiting Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Dan- old Lewis of Miami Beach on a on N. W. Second street, between than dealer told In November, ,'I
ley Mr. Toole Is the former deep lea fishing trip recently. Last Saturday Mr. and Mr*. M. Krome avenue and First avenue,: tome of them went to foreign coun. '

... Mill Katherine Kllllnger of the Silverman had a* guest MI'I.Annie continue with Interest The :Rev. tries, tome were Canadian built .
; Bush Beauty Parlor. Mr*. A D. Porter of Boston and W. O. Moon, the evangelist In and several thousand transit -
Sllverman of Brooklyn,, tJ."J t
't her two daughter, Mn S. Sans Benjamin Silverman, Mr. and Mn charge, has been delivering Interesting to dealers so orders I
,4. Mrs.'J. d. McSweeney of Miami benssler of Boston and Mn. Ron S. Silverman, Mr. and Mn. M. message on subjects increased by a larger number \ i
is spending the week with her son- A. Baker of Long Island, and her O'Koon and Mr. and Mn. S. S. vital to the salvation of man and than the difference between tale '
in-law. and daughter Mr. and Mn ton Frederick visited their cousin, Silverman and ton, Ronnie. the progress of the Christian life. and production. :
E. J. Dyal. H. It Ewing and Mrs. Ewing last The attendance ha been good from "If our planned production can \
week. Mrs. Samberassler left the beginning, and interest seems
be carried on through December
i W. A.
Bllzard of
Chattanooga 0
Sunday and the other left Wednesday. to be Increasing
Mist Kathryn Theioen pent the 'II pending the winter with hit wt will build 20,000 cars which .
week-end In Fort Lauderdale visiting ,brother-in-law and sister Mr. We are glad to report that we will be an all-time high for any :. :
her mother and sister. Mn. and Mr*. L. O. Clonlnger. Charles shall continue ill through next month at the year. For three
Mary Thelten and Miss Edna Ma i FLORIDA CITY Ferguson and ton, Ray of Athens week and have service on Sun week production ha been at the ,
...;. Thelsen, who arrived last Friday I Tenn., and A. C. Stanford alto of day Jan. 24," said J. H. Dodson, rate of 1100 can per day. I II
Mn VT.
VT. !every, Corrwpeaileal '
of the
Iron Michigan. pastor church. "We -
: appreciate
Athens are guests of Mr. and Mrs. I "With this continual increase In
.k the fine co-operation frommany
RR"R
Clonlnger. production, employment keep on
J} Mis Mildred Sims left Sunday I Christian friend and we
,, John Churchill of Fulton, N. Y., growing This week a new oft
] for her home In Gracevllle after a earnestly solicit their continued i
his daughter, Miss Mable, another I On Tuesday evening Mr. and Iron shift went to work In the 1
'ro, visit of several month with rela- co-operation. We extend a hearty
daughter, Mn. Edith
Ludlington
Mrs L. 300
O. which meant
more
Clonlnger entertalneit foundry
fives and friend here. Invitation to the
entire communityto .
of Edmetton, N. Y., and Mr. and a spaghetti dinner Landon Car- attend men on the payroll The payroll ;
i Martha Ann J.dla; Mn Ralph Burdick were Monday ney and Herbert Lamb of Homestead held these meeting Servicesare at Pontiac never ha been a*
), daughter dally at 7:49 p. m. On
callers at the home of J. A. Severy.Mr. .
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Palaxzola. high a* It now I I.
1 of Mr and Mn. Tom Lindsay i* Sunday, Sunday school 1* at 9:45,
at home recovering from an eyeperttlon W. A. Blizard, Charles and Ray preaching at 11 a. m. and 7.49 p. "In spite of all we can do tobuild
Y and Mr*. L. L. Brian of Ferguson and .
performed In Jackson ; rA.wa.c. Stanford, m, and young people's meeting at more car, our unfilled orders t
Memorial hospital Monday Lawrenceville, Tenn., accompaniedby i Mr*. n assisted by 8:45: p. m." have continued to Inere.... .
Miss Maggie Sneed arrived Mrs Palaxxola ,

I Mr. :and Mn R. O. Walter and Monday.Wm. Batchelor They are cottage occupyingthe on -..--...-......".....
Mrs. Walter1 mother, Mr*. C. C.
Kinney of Commerce, Ga., who I* Avenue B. I, BOY SCOUT SIGNALSBy
spending the winter here, plan to Lester Archer
spend the week-end Mr. and Mn. Virgil Bird ofMiami ;
visiting
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friend In Bradenton. I announce the arrival of a
I baby girl on Saturday' Mn. Bird At the last meeting we practicedon
Mn. 3. J. McLendon who returned I I* the former min Norrene Hun- our first aid for the benefit of .JL
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to Homestead last week ter, a grand-daughter of Mr*. J. the buy who wen working ontheir : :1
1011Leary, Ga., accompanied by K. Scott. second class test*. We practiced Pictures

t her little ton Jimmy, her brother, giving artificial respiration
f J.M. Dixon, and her mother, Mn. I Mill Martha McKinney and and the making of head bandagesand
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N. O. Hammond, to wind up the Max McKinney of Indiana are hand bandage
affairs of her late husband left occupying an apartment In the Then Mr. Coastline asked us The Bird Chevrolet Company ;
Tu.lda1101' Leary, where the will Lockrle house this winter. Question about what we would do
make her future home. In an emergency such a* the treAt.. cordially invites to attend ;
ment for a shock or faint, and the you ,
The Ladle Aid of the Community
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Mr*. Harold F.: Ferris of Neonta, Church will serve a chicken faint difference between shock and a free moving picture exhibition
N. Y..arrived In Homestead Wednesday upper on Jan. 22 in the Sunday
for a visit -with Mr. school room We also discussed ways In whichwe I
and Mrs. M. D. Jacobten. MnFenunit could raise the money for a at its USED CAR LOT on
a former resident of license for our truck.
Mr. and Mrs. John Cook
announce
Homestead. In 1928 the for
was
the arrival of a ten and Then and Now
several month office of
secretary Saturday Jane 16
the Redland District Chamber of one-half pound daughter Tues Gushing visitor: "And has your ;
day at the Kendall hospital baby learned to talk 'eU"
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Commerce, and after the hurricane r !
of that year she served with the Proud parent "Oh, my, )'e-
Red Cross force tent into this Roy Nelll and Grover Becker we're teaching him to keep Quiet at 8 p. m. :
area."jMMr.. returned Saturday from a one- now."-Whltsitt Impression J I

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and Mrs. Roy Matthews returned You will not be asked to buy ,
Wednesday from Chicago

and other point In Illinois where anything and the type of entertainment -
they have been since last summer. Consider Well These Questions "

Mr. and Mr Frank Darden of is well worth your i :

Titusville and Mn. Alice Burn of
Coco arrived Wednesday to spend Is your fertilizer made with full acknowledgment time, so arrange to be present. l ;

a week with Mr. and Mn. E. J.
Dyal. Mn. Dardcn and Mrs. of your local soil conditions? 55 minutes of good, clean en-
Burn are sisters of Mr. Dytl

Mrs Harry Cooper and baby Does it carry a balanced blend of the quality tertainment. .

producing secondary elements, so vital to healthy

plant growth?

DR.R.S.AKERSDENTIST BIRD CHEVROLET COMPANY ;

Does it give you the uniform feeding action and

long lasting properties that you rightfully expect? 515 N. Krome Ave. Phone 98
Office Heuni I a. o. to I p. an.

Sundays I to It

dated Saturday Does it aid in attracting worms and insects to


Free Parking Space the plant and encourage diseases by its own shortcomings CLEAN and WHITEN TEETH :

1744 K. W. ISm ST. MIAMI or is it made free from putrifactive mat with Caloa, the Oxygen tooth powder which If''
> rnoNB i-tin I ptactrttt to the hidden crevices between the I: :
ter and rich in natural organics-carrying repellant Ueth. Pleasant R.frllbla", Protects the gum ,
and I* economical to us*. .

properties that aid in keeping down insect TRY CALOX AT OUR EXPENSE i j

Our Perfect Optometric I and disease infestations- What Calox will da for your tttth I* easily l
Service Will ,a-a demonstrated by you la year own borne at our i
"-o espeate. limply fill la the coupon with year
same and address and mall It to v*. Yon will t :
.---Irn. ...,.! These are the features of SOILADE.SOILADE -- receive absolutely free a tilt tan of CALOX i I
TOOTH POWDER, the powder mora and
amore people are Ming every day.

Dr. Neuemchwander I FREE TRIAL COLTON

Inc. HcKutoM a KOMIM. Ie. Fairfield, c._ J
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II t I;' FRIENDS GIVE MISCELLANEOUS SHOWER ,, The,:) CalendarJan. ", 60ATTENP POT-IUCK SUPPER GIVEN I

FOR MRS. RAYMOND GLJDDEN IN GOULDS BY LOCAL MINISTERIAL ASSOCIATIONOver

IT-Meeting of 4lrcton; o( --
A bridal bower toe Mrs Raymond D. E. Bashot, Mrs. Torn Chapman Redland District Young People' sixty persons attended thepoWuck KoestlJne, the"Rev. and M.... W. J.
Glidden, the former Miss Mrs. Brown PhlUlp. Mrs. M. B.Parker Union In Baptist Church at. 3 p. m. supper given by the Red-1 Parker the Rev. and Mrs. J. H.

Bessie Roberto, WM given, by MM. M.... Frank Walker, Mrs. Jan. IT Ad Astra chapter ot O. land District; Ministerial Associa. Stroud the Rev. and Mrs. K a i
I Tom Torbert and Mill Paulina Hugo Vlhlen, Mn. Charles Ekhen- E S. school of Instruction at 3 p. ro. tloa for its members and their Core Dr. and Mn Lloyd O.
r Leggett, assisted by Mrs. W. H. berger. Mrs. J. B. Spajrkman, Mrs. Jan. 17-Narsnja a E. S. school wives and for the members of the Shanklin, the Rev. and Mn. A. M. <
In Wallace Graham Mrs Sommen, Official boards of the churches in ,
Owens In the Owens home Of instruction at 7.30 p. to Vivian the Rev. and Mrs. C. N
Couldf Tuesday afternoon.' The Mn. P. A. Baker. Mrs C. Enqulst Jan. 18-Meeting ot South Dade the association and their wives In Walker, Mr. and Mrs. R E. Edward
marriage took place In Fort Lauderdale Mrs. Frank Bernecker, Mrs M n- Garden Club at home ot Mr*. H. the Baptist Sunday' School rooms *, Mr. and Mrs T. C. Shackle-
on Dee 20 and wit announced roe Williams Mn. Alex Hemming, |. Brockrtt la Florid City at $ Monday night A moving pic- ford, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Holter ty,
a by the young couple at Mrs D. P. Blake, Mrs Walsh, Mrs. ture, "The Great Desire," w.* Mr. and Mn. J. E. Close Mr. and
the home of the bride's parents Donald talbott. Mrs. Bulb Russell p.Jan.m. It-Junior Woman' Club shown by Leo L. Poystr. Mrs. Flfleld Mr. and 14.... W.

i'\, Mr. and Mrs W. C. Roberta, on Mrs. a W. Drtggers Miss tacky party in Woman' Club A resolution was adopted ex- W. Hooks, Ms. and Mrs, J. E.
Christmas Eve.The VenParker, Mist Evelyn farmer, building! at p. m.Jan. pressing approval of the efforts, of Campbell Mr. and Mr. A. C. Gos-
;} \ hostesses used effectively Miss Sue Ogdun. Misses Oulda. and 1 -W.. M. S. circle eet.Aptn. the )late Charles T. Harper, mayor 'I neil, Mr. and, Mrs. N. Luck y, Mr.
a color scheme of blue and white. Susan Leggett Myra Jane Basher, of Homestead to better the community I and Mn. J. B. Ross, Mr. and Mrs

"/ Uptlde-down cake and iced tea BetU and Tennis 'Jorlle: and .1>-Meeting of Woman' and enforce the law, and J. a Dorsey, Mr. and Mr. N. L,
were served.Those Bobble Sommen.Those Club Of Redland IfX clubhouse: It extending the sympathy ot the :Chambers, Mr. and Mn. Ralph;J

;.; present Included: Mrs. tending gifts wereMn: Sp.rn,, organization to Mn. Harper in Musselwhlte, Mr. and Mrs. E. L.
her bereavement
C. R. Lee and Mrs. Alice Brady of r. S. Scherr, Mrs. W. O. Talbotl Jan. 20. Presbyterian Auxiliary -' Lawrence, Mr and Mra Hollister
Burr I Willard Fifield told of the plan Sage, Mr. and Mrs Win. Dunlop,
Y.
; Mrs. Fred Jordan, Mrs. Frank OrU meeting with Mr* R.
Hannosy I tick Mrs. Mark Jackson Mrs. Ho. I. Goulds at 230pm for organizing a men'i club In the Mr. and Mn. Ivan Moser Mr,

., Allen, Mrs Jimrol Pienon, Mn,' ban M.... Mason Roberta Mn Jan. 2Q- -AB rican Legion Auxiliary Redland District and urged all Edith Warren Mn. Mary Doyle,
Elizabeth Atwmombla and Miss II Das, Roberta, Mrs. Jim Dukes Mra.EvereU meeting in Legion hall It laymen to be at a dinner meeting Mn. Forrest E.: Wysong, Mn. W.
Ollle Reeves all of Miami Mrs.l Dukes, Mrs. Alma Dukes, 7:30 p. m. which will be held In Legion hall M. Lee, Mrs. Maud Chandler, Mrs.
Geo. L, Swan Mrs. John ScannaUi.Mr Mr Thelma Pedenon, Mrs. Alma I Jan. lUustrsted lecture by on Jan. 28. W. J. Brook, the Rev. 11:. L. Nelson -

\' l\ *. W,. C Dent, Mr/. L. C Smjth.Mri. Hill M.... Oars Vlhlen, M.... Sarah' Lorenzo: Zwlckey at Redland Community Those the registering for the supper C. R, Cutterldge, JohtxJD. Wy.
M. L. Walker, 101.... Dan Bute, Cowman, Mrs. Alton Kirk, Mrs I' Church at 7:30: p. m. were Cowan: Rev. and Mrs. H. a song, R. A. Holmes and Jeredoaa
the Rev and
Mn.
A. A.
; ,: Mrs Charlie Pope Mm. frank Frank Lindgren, Mrs. Carl LiftKren Jan. M-"Sprlng rrollcs" In .., Tamblyn.
Parma, Mrs. G. D. Barcus, Mn, 101.... E. J. Bush, Mrs. Franklin Redland school auditorium, at IP n nn'----
I' Phillip Topplno, M.... 1 L., W. Mln- Hennessy Mrs. R. Y. Burr, Mrs. m. JUNIOR WOMAN'S CLUB cookie were served.
nerly. 101.... W. T. Atklni, Mr.. Don Annie Mayhew Fitzpatrick, Mrs. Jan. Jl-Official visit of worthy I TO HAVE TACKY PARTY i Mn. Roberts Miss Marguerite
Ferreyra, Mrt. Fred Whiting 101.... E r Bush, Mrs. Charles Kenning I grand matron to Nartnja chapter The entertainment committee Wollam and Miss Elizabeth Horne
0 R. L. Ogden, Mra. Scot Sage, Mrs. ton, M.... Thelma Evans and Mrs. ot a E. S. for the January social meeting of formed the committee; ; in charge
''\ Arthur Sage, Mrs Howard Kirk Roam Hennlngton. Misses Ruth, i Jan. SI-Comu* Club meeting I the Junior Woman's Club of' Among others present were: Mrs.C. .
1 Mrs JL; E. Farmer, Mn Laura Catherine and Helen Strffant.! Miss at a B. Schaff home. Homestead announced :yesterday N. Walker Miss Annie Hartley
Mosley, Mn. M D. Bonds. Grind Miss Lola Roberts, Miss Jan. 22-Ltdies' Aid chicken :that, a tacky party will be held Miss Hazel Pennlngton, Miss Evy
Mrs. J. L: Olldden, Mn. L. L. 'Lavlnla Kirk, T. V. Moore and supper In Florida City Community at the clubhouse Monday night flee Delllnger Miss Ernestine

Chandler, Mn. I. J. Leggett, M.... 'Allan Mosley. Church. at 8 o'clock. Smith D. H. Dellingee Fred Arrant,
:: '.. Jan. 28 Woman' Club.f The committee Is composed of John Hufleln, Harold lumpkln,

t I P..T. A. TO SPONSOR meeting' of the Woman's Club of Homestead guest day potluckluncheon Mrs. J. R. Bird Mrs. R. G, Water Virgil Orennell, Sam Greenwood ;"
1 HIGH SCHOOL PLAY Homestead In the clubhouse Tuesday and program In club- and Miss Alice Hobson. Bert Nixon, Roland Meade and

: I "The Family Upstairs," a llla'I' afternoon Mn. W. D. Bishop hou.Jan. Community supper In I Bola Cauubt.r ._
and Mn. N. 0. Ball are to be In
which B. L. Blackburn' pubijespeaking at *
Redland Community Church CO-ED CLASS GIVES '
REDLANO ,
P.'A.
charge ot tbq program.
classes In Homestead
COOTIE
i : This will be the regular monthly o'clock. PARTY HOLDS BRIEF MEETING ;
High School will present In the guest day program meeting,' Jan.; 2 -Rain or Shine luncheonmeeting The CorEd Class ot the BaptistSunday The Redland Parent-Teacher
school auditorium Feb. 12 will
on
ParanaJan.
C. J.
with Mrt. School. held cootie
Is Invited a partyIn Association beld a brief executive
be sponsored by the HomesteadP and; everyone meeting of
27-i.uncheon
the Sunday school building I board meeting and a general meet
: I -T A. for half of the proceeds, ct Wo-
Federation
Dade County Wednesday night Miss Christine
ing at 3.30 Friday afternoon to
II the executive committee el the association .. WORTHY GRAND MATRON TO men't Clubs In Royal Palm State Hughes and Labors Bishop won avoid conflict with a basketballgame \'
VISIT NAEANJA THURSDAYMrs.
decided Monday. The
Park the: high score prizes and James In the Redland IYrnna.lumFrlda'.WQID.
music supervisor and art supervisor Etbel Turner ot Saint 7 Sacred Heart Club
Jan. Roberta, the tow. Punch and ..
will assist In the proJect. I Petersburg worthy grand matron meeting with Mrs. Geo. L. Swan. r
o( the Q E S of Florida will.pay Woman's Club ot.ttI .
f Two attendance banners win be Jan. 28 -. _'VI ,. _
i
i : purchased the committee voted, her official vlstt tot, Narsnja chap- Homestead study class meeting
WIll\ the five dollars won by the ter next Thursday, according to with Miss Jennie Lobdell it *:.30P'jsn.
I
association tor having the an announcement made this week.
't \ local The date for her visit to Homestead el Redland
membership record In the 28 Meeting
I chapter has not been settled. Community KILLS
county. Ladies' Aid in Redtand
1 Mn. Chas. Turner, Mrs. Geo. W. Tastes likeHoned
Announcement was made of Church. GERMS
I. meeting of the county council In Turner, Miss Estella Turner and Jan. 30 Third annual Pres
Miami High School Jan 27 at I Miss Helen Livingston of Homestead ident's Birthday Ball tt Homestead Ki31 '
and Mrs. F A. Fennell SOLUTION
olNaranja
p. m, when the legislators and Country Club. MeloRexCOUGH
senator from Dade County will. attended the meeting of Jan. 81 -Redland District YOIIIIIPIople' Doublf-Strength
be tjie Fort Dallas chapter In Miami Mon- In Episcopal -
speakers.Ppeaent Union meeting Antiseptic Mouth Wash SYRUP
day when the worthy grand matron -
Engllsh. Church at 8:30 p. m.
'\ Mn. C Ti>.r.lM E J. paid bet official visit there. Feb. 2-W. M. S. meeting In ..
(I. Dyat Mn, S. L. West Mrs. 3 full 49c.Nia1
Frank Methodist Church at p. ra. 8 os>t. 750
: : Rue, Mn J. H. Webster, Mrs. C.1 t I BIRTHDAY PARTY IS GIVENFOR Feb. 3-W. M. U. circle meetings -

I N. Walker, Mrs. H. P. McDaniel MISS BIRDIE HORNS ,
'j'I Mrs II C Nichols Mn Wm. Rhe.ney -I I Miss Grace Field and Miss Dottie Feb. 3 Supper Club meeting at
Home entertained for Miss Birdie
'I{ : Mrs J. R. Rutland Mrs. Wm. T. J. Faust home.
M.t7obas, Mn T. J Faust andL. Horne Saturday evening In celebration Feb. 13: -"The Family Upstairs,"
'.1' 3 of her fourteenth birthday.The ORIGINAL Relieve
'r ; Sommen school pl.y.1A Neva King Cooper
guests were members of the
auditorium.Mr. CHOCOLATE Acldlndlgci&MBismaRex
( : M*.AND MRS. CAMPBELL GIVE: freshman class ot Homestead High LAXATIYE
School-Mis* Goldia Grinnell, Miss
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ANNIVERSARY DINNER Mildred Field Miss Constance and M... Carl Field were
,, MQ'. and Mrs. Claude Campbll Scherr. Mia Rachel Gasman Miss dinner guests ot Mr. and Mi*, Cecil
gav4
a spaghetti dinner at their
Margaret Field, Miss Frances Crow In Miami Sunday. ORDERLIES ANTACID POWDER
hone Tuesday night in honor of
Webb. Mist Edwina Close and
the
'eighth anniversary ot their
+ Mi i Marjorie Webb.

i marjrlHge.Civon. were laid for Mr and COMMUNITY'SUPPER' .CH> 25cHomemade OU tk'i C

Mrs Albert Hlnman, Mr. and 101.... TO BE: HELD MN. (6.
.
Rusttll Home Miss Frances Dor- A community supper will be held s \
sey.LAUen Neal and Mr. and Mrs. In the Redland church at 6 o'clockon 1 ,
Cam>belLWOMAN'S Jan. 19 when the newly appointed 1

bishop and the district 1 f
CLUB INVITES superintendent will be present \ m'gIYo:

GARDEN: CLUB JANUARY II Members of the Florid City [;be
Fins for entertaining the South church will Join In the supper ': genuineUGENE
Dad Garden Club at an all day Everyone ll Invited to attend Fresh

meeting, pot-luncheon and prG-j and to bring 1 contribution to the $ Permanent. Ise Cream TRY ,
grsri on Jan. 28, were made at supper.rDANCE fcft ItnwNMTf ,
I soiling waves-slwa.t ude dally In our lee OCR, U01LVxCHES
i ass. kstiag CUlIa-nWs die
} kiwi eta pmunWten mac' cream plant

Regufai Saturday- IAad dim's she kn4 *e Sires. iil/.

: Night Dance-Sat. Jot we do genuine Engine .,'
16th. I ,waving, with genuine EvgeaeS %ifoimmmw
I .. January ch .. LN .! "drm ywir
hair for the .._. with. ae
Music\ by MIAMI UNIVERSITY ORCHESTRA ,Mrsl iiaxluljiloiis and fltcnfing

CHICKEN AND STEAK DLVVERS FOR PARTIES FURNDIED face-aad.auk cuff j ;*
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ON tt 11OCRS NOTICE. DINE: AND DANCE WITH US . Bush's Barber Shop THE DIXIE DRUG >


HOMESTEAD COUNTRY CLUB & Beauty Parlor The Rexall Drug Store it *

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da ry 15. 19.17 THE LEADER.EXTERPRISE Pace Nina I

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ZUTCKET WILL CITE: Fixed forte N*. IM4I. Rrwm IHKtM W*. .. j
I $.peat .1 eeadltMt we the ,.,.. National,
ILLUSTRATED LECTURE: seek. *f BWW4M4 ta UM MM it rhrt, J
I Lorenzo Zwkkey SwJa* .CllM-, room: "Now my watch has S* M tit* IBM ad *-lit*" wl D*& j
Han arts t and MtrtoiiMrV wiUligne ,(stopped) *g iB. I suppos41 ntwds, It. IWS. (P.b/llkm/_ rmwm *> ran
Social MM kr C (**l** lit OrmrT
L Events I Bn Illustrated lecture on "Theh I a cleaning." :::* tHrMK Mil U. ....- *l.lUalM I

Legion of Peaceful: Valley" at the Little Harry; No, daddy It does

Redland Community Church next not. Junior and I cleaned It with 1-.. .114 dbrw.b. I n.'TI U
(tata fluiuam .kl a>. 1
Wednesday evening.t ".leI o'clock.No water this morning. -43fit. i
*> *" four
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admission re* wtU be chargedbut i ....11
COUNTY FEDERATION OF WOMEN'S CLUBSTO a diver offering wilt be LEGAL NOTICES Other = ....-. ... .......
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MEET IN ROYAL PALM STATE PARKA ed. coUect-j' ..::.... ""- taeltaa
Plan for his coming __ _. .___ Outtt.lIts' -
sfternoon by All seedn.a *HOTK. I. iM .......... am aaorve wltk- Federal Kenn,. 1 10
yesterday ,
luncheon meeting of the D. Chat. 0 Turner, Misses Esther and ....... >MM M MM ...... MIN' M I. M.Pines. Usk l."H.IZi."L"7 1a.414.T0
Aid Ouk, ,
Ladles' at a >
of the Redland
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County Federation of Women'i ". 0.. be donator as.J. : .a.:1
Clubs wlU be held In Royal Palm Helen Livingston, and Miss Alice meeting in the church. Plan _remade M Kimono MitoMMlT!!!. in m iOtlMT ,
Park Macomber. The Nirtnja group included also for a booth at the fair. (Jos la "I Assets =. _:: : MI4.TS
State lodge on Wednesday, : Mn. D. E. Bashor. Mn Present wen: Mri. Tho Brewer ICE ArriirATHiM fOIl TAI
Jan 17, announces Mn. Harry D. Total A HIM .....4I<.nUtmHHtMi t
Tom diapman. Mn. "*to
A. C. Albright Mr Geo. E. Deuel Mn. K J.
Wolfe of the Woman'iClub
president (a.m.a WK N. Htt
of Homestead, who has been Mn Frank Walker, Mrs. F Armstrong, Mn. Maude Adams, NOTICE M MICMICIV MVIM THAT 14.< D**).** d.powtuad1e ,
made reservation and transportation A. Fennell and Miss Pauline Leg- Mn. M. A. Baker Mr Ceo. Tur- OAINX IM. holder. CwtMlnM M broad MM .
chairman for the southern '*tt ner, Jr., Mr. Stone, Mrs. Mo day W A.._ A. 0. ..... ku IM MUM I 11.lnlM TIM**w-H* *_'iudnws.au.aN.wM. ,
KInney, Mrs. A. W. January, Mn. In MT Uttttm, **4 .... ..... wnllMlkMI tara .. and
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perleeaablse
part of the county. MR. AND MS*. IT. E. BIRD ... srpersmown.
"' > ttt to kc brand glen. BM Or. ......... I
The federation president, Mn ENTERTAIN BRIDGE CLl'BMr. Wayne Calkins, Mn. Frits Jackson UflMto. MikrMM the tallmrin. ttearib.dP"'o. is. : .E.1r. and ......... :
Mr M. J. Brownloy Mn. C. r ta the. vo.ar d pass sate rI I.
1111,01111 II ..
O. A. Sandqulit of Coral Gables, and Mn. W. R. Bird entertained F-. to4ti
Annie Messer- It United wtw (Immurement e
Plummer Mn
requests all members from this the Teacher Bridge Club at Ben W II. ttlark 11. Carol Onhlrt. fc*. and pal l .sags *>r *lw 1I..M.0* N
know
section to make a special effort to their home Tuesday night. Mr Smith, Mn. W. F. McCuUough and linn L. a U1411., Plus sans I4. I7.peaw : other best.... MW j
Mrs. F. W. Stlllman. *. Pun M. In the OMirtr d Pea% eluding MWM ... _...'. Ii
attend Mn. Wolfe says, and mem- and Mn Bevo Webb won the high sits .1 Plrida.Tme -...... II.WSIITuMl J
ben of the Junior Woman'i Club core prize Ewr..soat sr now property: and.. erf 14 M II -....., I Ic.
I the Said fxtiflnM tonM is she .
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mtrinmt
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in particular art Invited. Present were! Mr. and Mn JUNIOR CLUB PREPARES oil Richard: : Brit. |..*.. iut4rllHMMM i .
Reservations, which close Jan. Frank Webb, Mr and Mrs. J. H. FOR BIRTHDAY BALL union Miilftoto, rhea M tmtitmrt 11,111,NbW
MMnHra la isISM MMT|.110
25, are to be tent to Mr*. Wolf at Webster, Mr. and Mn. Lee H. Leh- Th Junior Woman' Club of *< tkMvlii will k* MM to the mnrmn klikM bidder ( ld.a somwod bas t:
109 S. W. First street or Poet Office man, Mr. and Mrs Bevo Webb and Homestead U busy with plan forth ft the OvfVIra elan M the fires Mini' a.dAw avow..eaAR J ,
dar ll the mouth of MMWk, .",. vhlek. ......" .
Box (34, Honwitead.a Mr. and Mn. Bird. President' annual birthday It the IN dw g t M..... Ml. .
ball at the Homestead Country Dow Uito lltk wr .* .._. I"'. (cl Total ......... I ....... t
MR. AND MRSTPARMAN: Club on Jan. 30. K. B. LCATHtRMAN.: IS. OI....i<* *WUi.d tort Mlt I"
P. W. C. ADMITS .f
Clark: Vlrmlt) Court. pad
THREE: NEW MEMBERS ENTERTAIN COML'S; CLUB Thirty per cent of the net proceeds DM ConntT. ".,...... I MM* pyNe tea 4lM4i MMttUt Mt O MA V I
Four tables of bridge were In of the 10,000 ball held ClrmH Own Rl.r Irr4 l.a r ]
Three new member, Mrs Jane play at the meeting of the Comui N. c iTMtrtrrT. D. o. 1.*. Otlvr lUMIIlta. .. II:0: ,
throughout the country are sent IJ..IC.N. it. rk. "'.
O. Ntnblt, public health nurse, t* ltel MMWitl ,
Club at the hum of Mr and Mrs. to the President to be turned over Cuoumi *Mk, IMSkarw
Mr*. C. Hagler Rice, former public IN run rmrirr COIBT tir Tat: per14.50
reader, and Mr. J. F. Hammett, C. J. Parman oa Jan. T. High to the Georgia Warm Springs CIIVRNTH JIDiriAI. CIBCI'IT, IN per then ...........lilMM l .
former score prize were won by Mrs. Foundation for the continuance of AND>> Pile DAD! CntHTr. 'WilD.IN \. aarylea'umilvid .._ _" ......... > ,
district court clerk were TMiNrBRT. n. IMI*.
Lee Lehman and W. l Profits- V
K. Walton.
admitted to the Homestead Business the fight against Infantile paralysis. WKIITMURCLAND OOIl.AJfM.lonnnlton not ......U .
and Those present wen: Mr. and The remaining seventy percent FtalWKt. ... COWAMDCTT1X. Krr*>'toon u.?. Ivntrtn J
Professional Women'sClub Mn. H. E Schaff Mr. and Mn.. M ... IMMwiit.ORURR .. MN *
la to b* used la aiding in local .
Or ft:III (CATION I
at a pot-luck dinner meeting Toui C'>1UI AwMiM I II.IST.Il *
J. H. Webster, Dr and Mn. Frank needy case*. IN Tat' NAMC Of THE: ITATC Or
held at the home of Mn. C. L.
Hausman. Mr. and FLORID I foUl LlablUlho VPMlMt
Mr. H. P. Mo- aloe.N.19MM.r.ed
Ooley Monday evening.Announcement I To ,..* Daniel, Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Ames, LOCAL REBEKAHS IN8TALL M Wolf bad Wotf. kl* wll. _, LNa soul lavoetweata i
wa made that Mr. and II _. __ .....
Mrs. Walton Mr and Mn an -1..lr Pledged to Owner IA61,11166poUnited t
the district director Mn. Vine Lehman and Buckner COCONUT GROVE OFFICERS Oft Uw some to known to The pl.inolff. r ._ ea.raa..M "6411- ,
Betterley of Hialeah, would be Beailey, Memben of Liberty Rebekah t W. ink MMM. Nr Tft City Now ..HUM. mi and it tulip
York. MWM cow M* guaranteed ... II.MSM
present toron uct installation RVB-DCB GiRLs MAN lodge of Homestead Installed offloen Mist.1010 wlh. If .rri>C WMM MtaniM.M ,
services at the meeting on Jan, 28 TO HOLD INITIATION I of Coral was In Coconut| MTtMUlwIr M .M MM I* known to Tout Prone teaaldae sed... ;;
'the. wlntlff' It 1411 rturtk Btrm, .. ..
CBTITM aaeae) J ILS00.ee
Grove Jan. T, Those who
on acted
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and
that Mr Hammitt would eon The Sub-Deb Club made plans! < Hrtl. Triu.tM J
duct In&tlatlOlllClrvlce. at the lame to initiate Miss Mary France Arthur a* Installing officers wen: MI'II.I I rte ,M>k nf Pan *r* lMrby 'f'l :Indthenabbove I IC
Mamie to th* kill 1 ml miwlalnl :|!M| (mi Ar.l..4 OnlM flniw t
Jemlgan, deputy district I II' ]
meeting This meeting It when it .. the
wi met Wednesday ev .181o i MUM M .., kfan -...- and puss I > '
decided, will be held In Legion Ing at the home of Miss president; Mrs. Blanche Chapman,) tot day *f turn. A. D. INt, the some ..elnP. ........ 10,501.51 .
hall but n-j I' deputy marshal; Mn. Thelma Rad- being a Rule pit W now Court to tower (.) *i lnrt HUM, _L 1.
a permanent meeting Kecly.Th the iltmttiMit at th.* kin MnpUInt, and teenlshsai Mpwlu "..... t I ito
place not elected.Mn. ford, deputy warden Mrs. Ooldie asMnA.e give .
wa ( members decided to snow ebb al k* takes MK.
Rice wa appointed refresh tickets: to- the Bob Morton Wolfe, deputy secretary: M.... R. W. faunal /Mteaad.. ) Twd PMsnf .MI...I S';r
Shrine' I' 10 GRDLIwtu: Oat this order h PabII.hM sum *t 1066 Guests at 0.**, H'
spent chairman tor the Jan 21 circus which will be held in Miami MuUiru deputy treasurer; Mrs .ate a week fur four oa.ansvtMsob. 1. A. A. Ptra. .t the shoe J
meeting Mn. Flora Myen, O* the week of Feb. 8, : Florence Pacettl, deputy chaplain:. M Io..r--o.Learyelr, a 5e n.ard.. h., do aid event that the
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I Mr .
president, predded.Mn. Present were: Miss Helen West, I Gertrude Cspllnger, Done End Ordered M _.... Dada oww .. ..... and MM
Sylvia Atkln wa ( guest Misses Iva and Nina DyaU Miss musician; Mn. E. E. Bailey, 4. rlrw. this ate sir .. ,..-., A. D. A. A. rxrut Pweid.st .
utr Inside d..j tar. 1_ to ..4 .uWrlUfUfor. M UM I
of the club.FORMER I MM Pearl Bush, Mix Marcia I gusrdlin.Memben B. LK.kTHFRMAN.: Wit dov d J.wr 'H' .
Oaiuen, Miss Henrlett Hartman who acted a* cork of the Clrr.lt Court DON R. rKHRKYRA'; Noun Paella
wen: Mn. Wm. Fox Mn. Flora Elwrmtk Judicial Clrnlt.CtlFTOK M r rMmiUilM. n,ln> June It, I.... ./ I
MISSIONARY Miss
Betty Bowen, Miss Virginia ()ooo." (NMsOel SnlII > '
,, TALKS ON LIFE IN INDIA Frick and the hOiteu.EPtlOOPALl.U Compton, Mrs. Maud Simmons, 101. OL henDods .z.asbiAP' A

Mn. W. J. Parker told of her Mr*. Molll Wingate, Mr. Margaret .er.lM.H. pit Dawts FIoridII.j R. 1. .AI.U",: ,

experience a* a missionary India AUXILIARY Gay, Mn. Anna Masser- Attorney for ........". MAX
at the meeting of the Woman'i HAS MEMBERSHIP CONTEST smith, Mia Ethel Bailey and Miss I J... 21. It. II, = 5We'll I

f'to Missionary Union of the Baptist Mn Frank Hiuiman and Mn Marlon Scott. I ;

Church Wednesday afternoon. J. A. Hooki wen appointed captain -
c Circle Four presented the program for a membership drive at a MRS. JENNIE CORE TO HOLD i! iI i

,f Among those present wen: Mn. meeting of the Episcopal: Woman'i SCHOOLS OF INSTRUCTION I r

Auxiliary at the home of Mn. Edw. Mn. Jennie Gore of Little River

Hausman Stillni In Florida City Friday- al. grand Instructress of the O. E. S. !

J: Kirby Mr*. J. S. ChambUM, Mrs ternoon, and name -were were drawn of Florida, will hold school: of Instruction j
I J. W. Cllmer, Mn Bert Andrews. for the two teami. The losing tide for officer of Ad Astra jI

, Mn Henry Olsen Mn. J. R. By. will furnish a pot-luck supper forth chapter of Homestead In the L O.' I:

, runt, Mm A.D. Smith, Mn. J. Tom members and their husbands O. F hall at I o'clock Sunday af, I
Vanrw Mn. C. H. Rice Mn. S. 8.Beam Mn. J. E. Oautens led In the ternoon. Following a covered dish
' Mm R. R. Bigfrn, Mn study of "Religion in the Home" luncheon at I:SO, she will conduct Tv TTXlHi

Codtch.: Mn O A. West, Mr*. Or. Those present were: Mn. Fred- a course for officers of Naranja ',

' Fratler MM. 8. H. Fltoh, Mn erick W. Settle, Mn. Jo*. P. Spenoer chapter at Naranja. i II ; f I

Wm: M. John, Mn. T. n Plche, Mn. Edwin H. Beamani, Mn .1 !
? Mr. A. J Van Marter, Mr. T. C. W. L. Vereoe, Mn. W. R. Bird, A newspaper once offered

Shaekleford, Mn. Holllater Sage Mn. K W Potter, Mn. H. L Cook, prize for the beat recipe for making II I

MM Horror Davis Mn. H.C ReM, Mn Ruth U Scott, Mn. Lee H. the hand beautiful. Then was I

t Mr*. D. W. SheUllne, Mrs, Annie Lehman. Mrs Hook, Mn. Cau- e deluge of answers from which

BuUrr, Mn Julia Polk, Mr*. Catherine tens, Mr Hauunaa and Mrs the following was cbosu. i I Help You :

Pickard, Mn. R. J. Shepherd, SUling. "Soak tit* hand three time I
Mn. W R. Cheshire Mri & L. day in dishwater while mother> :
West,Mn. a F Collier, Mn. Frank SACRED HEART CLUB HAM rest*."-Ex.:

. i Irwin, Mia Mary Bradley and SPAGHETTI DINNER Keep Your

', Mill JoMpblM Putt Mrs. T. P. Paen and MnPhll- :

I' Ip Toppino entertained the Sacred

, UO.E.I.MEMBEUAn'lND Heart Club with spaghetti din I CARE ,
s t' SCHOOL or INSTRUCTION ner Wednesday afternoon In the .

f Ten members of Ad Aitra chapter clubrooms. It was announcedthat :

: cf tW 0. f. S. of Homestead attended the next mooting would behold J and Beauty HOMEYoung

. ,o a school: of Instruction held at the home of Mr*. Ceo. L.
in Miami Saturday afternoon. Six Swan on Jan. 2T
,r attended from the Karanja chapter Other present Included: Mn. True beauty demand.the .

ThoM going from Homestead A. DINatall, Mrs. Frank Walker, beat of can at *U

,> cludtKiJ Mrs Bob Harris. Mn. Al- Mrs L. C Smith, Mn. Cha Pope time Whether you

bert feybem> Mrs R. W. Miilllns, Mrs Geo. D. Barcue. Mrs. F. Mln- with a wave, a facial,, and Beautiful

Mr'>. J. W. English. Mr Ws%.. M. nerly, Mr Don Ferreyra Mrs. a manicure, or any of
Johns, Mn. Geo. W. Turner, Mrs. Sews and the Rev James Cloonan. the other essential aids J JI
4 to beauty, youll Cod

Bill I the killed operaton at
P. t'* Beauty Parlor

Norge Refrigerators-Norge RangesAND ready to serve you
I quickly at any time.er..s. I

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PERMANENT WAVES I
t Complete Stock of Small Electric Appliances

Prices $S, $6, $7 .
FRANK L. SKILL Owner t
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II, National Lcrc ,: ',: m O;; -antic Ball to Honor __ The Redland Rattler: !

I Raise Infantile Paralysis Fund / By SHIRLEY HARKNES8 A.

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.. -I II SPRING FROLICS JAN. tt legue Edith Hampton; mono
The time has come for all good Alice Kirk; play "The Fat It
people to herald the advent of Gifts", 12 members of class;jcordton
spring by attending Spring Frolics, solo Carla Joyceson
the semester entertainment of the ; thrift play eight membe
public speaking class of Kedland class J. 8. Griffin was the 1
High School. Miss Payne and nouncer.
her students issue you a cordial
I 1 W invitation to join the fun on Jan A Who's Who In Redland

21 .it It \> m in thii school nudltoi contest will be conducted F|_
7 t nun in the. 4-H club room VotMgcents. !

( f, This form of public appearance
c i I' qUIte umr i iu 1 111\ that It will com- One of our sophomores ex,
k l\t\. minstic!. comedy, melodrama,: a matter about which we
I .. musical,] readings, and a one- long been purpled:
II I nd !plIlY. You will be entertained : Flunk

I fm two hours by a succession of L ate hours w

1: different forms of stage performances i' U noxpcrted companyN
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prepared
f. Grady Cowan will amuse youin Kicked out
f.i the one-art comedy as the perplexed -
i I ( bridegroom with too many

{, : brides Co-starring with him are
\ AiiL'lla Jarman an the young man GROVE
I who I la always In a scrape; Mary

II I Eleanor Willims hit lovely sister; THEATRECOCONUT
I Ethel Roberta as the true "new
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bride"; Jeanne Calkins as the very GROVE
I English butler; Frances Lewis as i 1 Shows 7 and Admission U
the feminist advocate and the I, Matinee Sat and San. tOe
Ite.p.1ft.
I nosey reporter; Gordon Cross and
"(4 Clyde Henderson as the two bloodhound -
g officer t of the law, and Sun., Mom, Tues,

r I .' ,, 1,). MrC Mary fisher as the very French I I Jan. 17, IS 1.
The hitlon's biggest social ) maid.
: event Franklin the celebration of President R \J i You must not miss the minstrelskit i ,. ShlrleY-Temple" IT'

D. Roosevelt's fifty- i with George Wright ai the ,
'. ROBERT YOUNG ALICE
? fifth birthday anniversary, is set .
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>: for January 30, with more than : ghost-hating blackface Then, too FATE
0,000 communities throughout the Ormand Cash will step forth In
country planning parties to raise i I the school room burlesque M the 'In
funds for the philanthropy closest ';hard-pressed schoolmaster. His "STOWAWAY"Wed.
ti to the Chief Executives heart, A group of proteges ef the Warm Springs Ga., Foundaton, where four pupils Mary Graham, Billie
end for Infantile paralysis sufferOre. Infantile paralysis auflerers are treated. Below, President Frank I Harford Anna Mae Rhinehart, and
lin D. Roosevelt, whose birthday January 30 Is Inspiration for the
Colonel Henry L. Doherty, for nation-wide.parties to raise funds for against Infantile Hans Schrader will surprise all .. Than. Jan. It. tl
the fourth year chairman of the paralysis,.and Colonel Henry L. Doherty, an:1: chairman. of the of the audience by actually being
national celebration, is being assisted ball for the fourth ytar. I naughty pupils. Edmund LoweIn
by many of the countforemost I Did you know? Stanton Beck
leaders In plans for the as Captain Adams and Nora
events Among those on his committee William T: fann ng. Harvey S. brations the greatest series of I The Girl the Front
are: Vincent Astor Postmaster Firestone, Keith Morgan, General parties ever staged. I Greenwood as Clara Manners visita I on
\: General James A Farley, John J. Penning. Owen >>. Young, Meantime in cilirs. town and II lunatic asylum and mistake each Page"
Ambassador Joseph E. Device, Howard Chandler Christy Charles hamlets throughout the nation
i. Will H. Hays, Carl Byoir;, general G. Dawes and Admiral Cary T. millions of Americans are makingpreparations : stupendous I
.' director,Colonel Edward M House, Grayson. for parties that will: |I will keep you howling with laugh-
;.\ Edsel B, Ford Walter P. Chrys- Society leaders radio motion eclipse In size and colorful enter Frl Sat. Jan. tt M
; Jcr, Capt Eddie Rickenbacker, picture and theatrical stars are tainment.those_of_any pcencus. s ter.In
jt: ,Patrick Cardinal Hayes: bishop ,joining forces to make the cele year. i tune" with "Gone With the GEORGE
Wind Carlotta Ames, Frances
I Lewis, Billie Harford, and Mary O'BRIEN
The first and second grade have Fisher, give you a seen from la
I started working on their rhythm I "Uncle Tom's Cabin". You will

HOMESTEAD SCHOOL HEWS! band. | enjoy Frances Lewis' dancing. "DANIEL BOONE"'III
The most remarkable thing is
Mrs Wynn's sixth grade class I the price-Just 25c and ISc

NELLA SAt'LS.! School! Editor I has several new maps and a new The proceeds will be used to buy -

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Mrs Webb's pupils are planning by the entire school for various
t' The girl in the high school art on Friday. s trip to the monkey Jungle when I entertainment So come frolici

:... clumps an painting the back drops, Mrs. Elizabeth 'Aouton. dramatic they get twenty perfect days and with u* at the Spring Frolics! sfLOR/DA
: for the set'm" of a marionette play. can have a half-holiday. They
Miami Edison High
coach of
At present limy are doing the scene Invita- hope It will be very soon. |I LAKE WORTH HERE TONIGHT
t;; in Bluebeard's home The walls are school, has Blackburn extended an and sent Mrs Bird's room, welcomes two,I Tonight our school plays Lake
tion to Mr.
jade green: with red and gold extra tickets for e few of his I new pupils, James Wilkins and| Worth team in our gym at T:30.
panels There are two large coral Billy Wofford. Miami High scored another victory
and black cobras guarding the doorto friends the Miami to attend Edison a play High program'at School The fourth grade pupils in Miss I Tuesday night over Redlanc
the forbidden chamber. The Dorsey's class started using pen, with t score of 3523.
Jan. IS. After the
boys are making straw huts for Friday, I and ink this week. l t1h4
will be shown the
they
,: the cannibals.The 'hOW'j Mrs Jackson's first grade ii I Mrs. Margaret Daniel's fourth
and lighting
system.
scenery I studying Mother Goose rhymes,, grade presented the following program
glee club under the direction Mrs. Johnson's ninth grade -, 1 16rilyi 1I
Mrs Mills la teaching them Moth1 in Jan. 14. Ill
assembly
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of the music teacher, Mrs. Mills, comes: new pupil this week, Le-i 1 i 1 ;
sang at the Homestead Methodist nore Wofford This class has or Goose songs and Miss WUllamila I salute; Scripture reading an d
Church last Sunday ntlhThe finished reading the book, "YoungFu helping them make Mother prayer Donald Sporty; "Ameri
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I Goose posters in art ca the Beautiful", school: ; mono-
group is now working toward a I of Upper Yangtze". The pupilsrecommend i I
concert to be given soon. this book ss I it was
a Newberry Prize of 103J and II'' Western T-Bone Steak Dinner eoe thicken Dinner Tie
The eighth grade girls In home' a very good book for school child- Regular Dinner doe Vegetable Plate tOe
economics In their study of luncheons ren. to read !i AU Kinds *f Home-made Sandwiches I s'S
for growing boys and girls I >r td
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made chocolate pudding, and The elementary school IB workIng Green: : Lantern Restaurant:
creamed eggs. The ninth grade on various unit for the fair.
girls made mixed fruit sauce from The fifth and sixth grades are ADJOINING HOTEL REDLAND
dried frpitii In their study of working on an aviation unit andre Step at theRoWattleW

breakfasts making maps of the world,
showing the main routes, Miss
Both, seniors and Juniors ire Dorsey's room is working on an Annie Mayhcw FitzpatrickGraduate S.! E. SECOND AVENUE: :
completing( .they Shakesperlan Eskimo unit, and charcoal.ketche,
plays tins d many booklets of Eskimoes In Rayak. Miss Fi- All.Outside. Rooms with '

are complete.The field's room is making charcoal Oberlin Conservatory and Royal! Bath
pictures of the changing earth. Private
school whole welcomesone
as k
oj the basketball players back Miss Thurman's' room Is making Conservatory of Leipzig COOL, CLEAN, QUIET u
Indian doll]II. Miss Ray's third
to Il hoo1-+Donald Sullivan. I
grade is making transportation Overlooking Diseayne Bay
Everyone is already beginning: pictures Miss a"e room Is PIANOFORTE AND THEORYRedland

to get nervous for the examination I I working on booklets -uI Two Blocks to Shops, ,
time Is almost here much toour I pictures, and Miss Jackson's first Road Near Discayne Drive Phone 1422
serow. Examinations will be!I grade are coloring Mother Goose Theatre and Business j

on Monday.. Tuesday and Wedbee., pictures. at i Section
day Jan 3": (5. 28, 27 J t : ,,t
The fifth antrtfitth grade chorus -
There will beno School on Sung I"rar' numbers at the RATES t
Thursday and a half day of school P -T A. meeting Thursday night. wi rvi.rc MapsA.
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HOMESTEAD HARDWARE CO. Special Family, Weekly and
:REGISTERED CIVIL ENGINEER Monthly Rates
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QENERAL HARDWARE Registered Land Surveyor
I S. D. MeCREART: Proprietor

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LEGAL NOTICENOTICE I : Tint Insertion 10* a Haw; Rubeeou nt InsertumM :

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CHURCH METHODIST EPISCOPAL : or APPLICATION FOB Til 1 1\ \ .

SOUTH I DEED
Homestead The hev C. N. < taM Bill Ma. IU I FOR RENT FOR SALB-Wrwel chair Ci.;."jdcondltten.
NOTICE IB ttKKBT GIVEN that
Walter pastor. Sunday school at While Stone MARY M AVnUitTholdBr of Bt ta ami I ITO ".08. J. Gram .

10 .a. m. Preaching 11 B. In. stead; the Rev. County Tax aatlfl..te .... .4M ...... RENT: Three beaut.tui,1, Plurnmer dr., near Kromr "\/'C. '.
t..Unlh-Hom..1 List Std toy of AonM A. 6. IMI. ht
rna 7:30 p. m.; B.Y.P.U. Bt 7 p.m. pastor. Sunday flood mww In nw oi .*n, and box KM* ..- well-ventilated steeping rooms _(Pi 33) s '

prayer services Wednesday at m.; preaching at : dhotis-, 'cwutwa 1s be based= I Private swimming pOOl. Mn J. FOR 1.
on. said .athra.ee the SALE: House, plastru,
!:SO p. m. p. m. Junior League at 1:30 hie dre9Wd III tier Con\f' of L. Ballard Avocado drive. i ipJ electricity, fruit treea. Rriminabte 1
m.; HI League nt S:45 p. m.; lIMo ..... of a 1B..thttdli .. ( 39) I I '
1"1 ., )IW Joe Dell, N. Bronduuy,
Jan. 17-Morning sermon: League at 7 p. m. Prayer Towrbi ( RRanwis !
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Better Wa,"! eveningsermon TO RENT Couple can have free Florida City. (pi 15)
The Ing at 7:30: p. m. Wednoeday. Feet. .o.Wdna a ...- wen _
: "Fbhen <>' MI'DI"! ...... I.. .... Casts 01 o4lo. state atPlsrlds. I rent fair boarding own" **. Modern PEDIGREED: Silver Persl.m kittens -

Jan. 20--rnurer: service sub Jan. 17 Morning nuance: I horn with all aonwnlrncosApply .k Ltwl..lIIn.
The aaMMMont of held prop" Mn. J. T. .
Jrt'tThe' CW1 of God" "God's Je 'ell";' special music! tr" uldnrtBlratt tnre.il was 'n 1M wane W. H. HettBf Vf1 Bwwr .
.1 Station Rtdland rd. Hnlnllii
by choir. Evening message: of IM.I.P.00R. drive fladland (py$8)I
Peter- Unless stilt. 10 shall M dr (pf 19)
Go ld_Tne luiv.. Noel, 1 -
hOot.t "Obtaining Spiritual*. Power"; I:s ; /;:" M ,... _---- -
ton, pastor 19 special music. t1yr. wMr M Foa'l'0" F'lR .SALE Willis A imitni hoot

.. m; preaching .It.. m. and v at t lost'..t'J."toll .:.:" lair firs"Metralw ,I ,. motor Airport G..riiKr ((111) ( ,

7:JO p. m.; B. Y. P. 8-SO: p. m. Sliver Palm Cvmmnnlty Church: .Y 91d F.braarr. lilt. bill t. 'l'hA r p"-,

PI'IJtI' service at 7.30: p. m. Wed- -the Rev. II. G. Cowan, pastor ) D..... "'i. a tl. 1sY f r UI( ferred. Mrs. Eva Collins Federal FOR SALE! Ctwjrotcs 7V a ;
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eaday. -" Sunday school every Sunday at 10I I Ctark at comagr owwt I; highway and BiMaya.aWva.! dot, ChllMB* Spinach Or K>;

''a. m; preaching services on Dade Cotintr FloridaClrrult I tree spinach 15c Ib ; lemoi, U.Vdot \

CATHOLIC I third and fifth Sundays at 11 a. Court RralBy N C.. BTERRBTT. U. C. FOR SALE'I|I .;, okra\ market price; uirlsw ,

and (Jan. S. H, l..,II'
8pm.
Church: of the Barred HeartS. m. I i jelly. Mn. Geo. dWR Kosrl, 8r, :

Second Homestead FOR SALE: Rhode Island Red I Plummcr Or RJ.
E. avenue ;
Jan i7 Morning and evening NOTICE or APPLICATION FOB TAX :,
the Rev. James Cloonan pastor.Sunday service with pastor In DKnD.Sanala fryers. MW Showalter, 412 N.I ,
( Hill Na. IU W. 4th Ave. ()J) : FOR SALE-Ripe oranges, tangerinei -
week
at 9 a. m.; day
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charge. Morning sermon: but : GIVEN that I
NOTICE IS HKKKBY I grapefruit, fryers, egg.
mail at 7:45: dall,. Sunday school of series In study of Sermon WINTER D. NORTH A MA II EL R, FOR SALE!: Finest quality Dr. ShankUn Grove H mile :
NORTH his .lf.. holders of HUM a.d ,
9 o'clock
Sunday following mass. en the Mount; evening subject County Tan Certificate No IWW Mod try product, live or west of Florida City. (.30.") :
Communion for women the tint "Are Few Saved." the 7th day of July, A. D. IMO .hara filed POUI'I
B. Cave 107 N. E.: First
of month for men and ...... In my off.he, and h... ..... appllcatlon >I I I
Sunday ; ( R. I. RED FRYERSUv or dreeted. ;
for a tan dead to k* indeed thmon.Raid
boy*, the second Sunday of month. Princeton.__The Rev. H. G. Cowan Certificate ....b_ UM followln Free delivery: in city. Phone

Holy hour Thursday before flnt pastor; the Rev. L. G. Adams described. property la tha County of Dado, FOR SALE-Shetland pony and I 83I-M.: McEwen Poultry Plant.
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Friday of month at 7:49 p. m. Mass assistant pastor. Sunday school al I SUM Lot of 11 Florida. Block I.towin Tamlaml OraMa No.I saddle. M. A. Berger, Home I' I I'I

tint Friday at 7 SO a. m. Benediction 10 a. m. and preaching at 11 every n Bo-Babdn, Plat Book IS Pan 41, I stead. U) 1 U) GUAVA JUICE $1 per gallon. '
'In tha County of D...... stated Florida.Th .
of the Bleated Sacrament Sunday. Preaching at 7:30: p. m. annum.. of MM Property under' 'I Jungle Grove, RedlandsFOR

after nusB.CHtlSTIAN'. on tint Sunday of month. the Mid certificate indeed woo In the naaMof FOR SALE!: Citron, fresh or p..1
I UNKNOWN. served. Tropical tomato SALE Guavai, 5e lb., only
of union hold MrUfleat* shall a* .......- I I In small ,
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SCIENCE 'CHUKCH Jan. Beginning ... aoDOrdln M law, UM proporty bass.lb..d meat and sandwich filling I quantitlet. Jungle

special evening services by thorite will W Kid u Use Without bidder ot. 20c; pint 35c. Calamondlns In I Grove Redland.
Funds City Broadway and tha CourthoiiM door .. th Im Monday
paator and his brother the at *
Sixth street Sunday school at In she month of 'ob..... INT which b amall Iota lOc qt. Mrs Ceo. W. I CARIJSAS IOC qt CUTTINGSand
Rev. 8. A. Cowan of Atlanta. .
the lot day of Fohruary, 117Datod Ko el Jungle Grove.
HJ a. m. for pupils under 20 : this lord day of _..... look SMALL PLANTS for sole

of age; morning service re..1 METHODIST. FREE I I E. Cloth.. LEATHERN of Circuit Court, i MANGO CHUTNEY So an or. or Mn. Geo. W. KOHl, Jungle '

'clock. Wednesday evening Fonda City-Mrs. Ernest Warren Dad County, f..........,i I} 3So a pint. Jungle Grove. Grove Redland road and Plum-
Circuit Court Ieol. ',
testimonials
vicel! which Include
I pastor. Sunday school By N. & BTERRETT!: D. C. ,GLADIOLUS BULBS Plcardy,
of healing and experiences and remarks 10 .. m.; preaching 11 a. m. and :I (Dot. N. INI Jan. I, I, la. M, IM7)) ,i LEGAL NOTICESORDER the mont spectacular and mat
on Christian Science, 8 p.
8 p. m.; junior meeting 6:30 p. m.; I beautiful\ gladiolus ever produced.
The public Is cordially Invited NOTICE OP APPLICATION FOB TAX
to m.attend. ',, Young Peoples' meeting 713.: DRRD. : IN TWIN < IKCI FOR>ir COURT.PUBLICATION' It I.KVKNtHjtiDirui. Flesh to salmon pink color. }
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Prayer and class meeting 7:30: (gestate bill No. Ill CIRCUIT, DAD COIIN.TV. i I VI.oroUilrower and well adapted
NOTICE: III HEREBY: GIVEN thatH ,
taANlKRT. CAlR
Jab 17 Lesson-sermon Thursday. I V. H 'i.w'n. of tto.:1:: NO.. FLORIDA.4T M.PRANCF.8. IN to Florida condition High-

loplo: "Life. County Tu 7 "_!VItR. Plaintiff ... Jr.001 eat quality bulbs Urge else $2: .25
PENTECOSTAL i the 7 ... WARD i I 100 medium sine, '1.1I0 per
CHURCH OF CHRIST fllod Mm In mr and hu mad applleallon BILL FOR MVOHIMH per
/ for a tax dead O b* kurd thor,I affidavit apoondrd to II lOB, postpaid. Orders foi shipment
appoarlnaby :
Goulds-Rev. John H. Stroud .
... Bald Certificate ._ th. fol-
tint
Ui. hill IM. III UM ahor embed MUM
Homestead-First avenue and paitor. Sunday school at 9:43; lowing do died scissions In the County EDWARD i. MiIVkR: the Drf.nd.nttlwMln by express not prepaid

N. W. Fifth street; T. J. Hunton, I preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:30: p. Dad, state of Florida to-wltt I I i nnnwd I* a non.r-l.Wnt of UM I large size, $1.80 per 100, medium I II
II, Block '. Th 1'1_. Subjn, I
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...... of Florida. and kU M.U *M to
minister. Bible study "t 10 a, m.; I I size, f 1.10 per hundred. No order
m.; Young people's meeting at 8:30 'h.k I. Pan :14 In ute Countyof I I known. that then U M poison In the
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and' of Florid.Th .. _..I./ of accepted for lest than $1 Special
Communion fellowship p. m.; Ladies' prayer circle, Tuesday BUM of Florida. DM ;
i _.... of Mid property under .
preaching at 11 a. m.; preaching at at 2:30: D. m. Mid-week prayer th* sold certificate Issued .... In tha some Out upon whom ha to would ow bind the lock an of!> .bn.1 I priori per 1000. E. T. Draper, I '

7:30 p. m. Prayer meeting Wednesday I service Thursday at 7:30: p. in. oft JOHN N DUNHAM ....... II to therefore ordered I Poyklni. Va. \
Unless Mid mrtlflran shall k* Kdo>nv4BOMTdlnc _
, Bt 7:30 m.CHURCH .0._...... Defendant ... and h.
p. dMarlbadUwwln
/ to I. the property .
cowed
t. Bill of
by required M appear
1\ FIRST PRESBYTERIAN will b. sold to the hhihou bidder ; plaint : M of MmMonday. I I MISCELLANEOUSMR. ;
OF GOD I .. the CounhouM door on the tint Monday the ilntMr of ........". A. D ,
_'tlhomestead600 Homestead-Krome avenue at In the month of ,.......". KIT. which otharwh UM allwatlona of Hid Mil
KIT *
10 the let day .f ,..._". IIIS7. B. W. MORRIS It no longer
eonfoMMl by Hid !>*
N. W. Flnt will IM tak M
N. 16th street the Rev. E. L Nel- I
I ; Dosed this Bard tiny of Poses-bor. IBIS.R fondant I connected with my office H. A.
avenue, ; J. H, Dodson, mlnlster'j son, minister Bible school al B. LEATHERMAN ,I It is further ordered that this order Unuhlbhod i Cameron. (j 15f&) .
Clark of Circuit Overt,
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Sunday school at 1:43 ; 10 B. m.j; preaching at 11 a. m. Dade County Florida ones a week for four .m..utlwranks _
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preaching at U a. m. and 7:30: p.m..j and 8 p. m. Young peoples' meetIng Clnult Court Let. newspaper In UM published. In mid County andUM VISIT SUNNYSIDE Redland. i ,
Junlar Y. P. at 6 43 By N C. 8TERRETT: !: D. C. \
: p. m. 7 Chicken steak spaghetti dm-
at p. m. 'I ,
; (DM !6. IIM ; Jan I. I. II. II. un tit Dormb.r, tom
meeting, 7:30: p. m. Wednesday. I I This !! E H LEATHER-MAN. nen. Home made Ice mum, I II

Jan. 17 Morning worship: I NOTICE I| Clark of Clnult eou"'l coke pie. (pi 29) J JI
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CHURCH OF TilE NAZARENE "Chrlmt Before Pilate' evening Pursuant to the' yro.isloes d amt, By r 1 GOULD Deputy _

I worship: "The Second 604 "t the Hankins Art .f Iola, anti.. = I Circuit Court Sun PIANO TUNING and repairing. :
Homestead The Rev. W. J. k,r<'by .1.... by Th First National Bonk CARR CARR ,
Study In Stewardship." of RoniMMd. In the sty af HomMadfctaw solicitors for Plaintiff.Jda. I I Good used piano for sale cheap.
I'arkerpastor. Sunday school at I 9, I' !!. '1)
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( of Florida, that the liability Impowd W. E.: Koon. 118 N. W. irj St. :
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MS: .. m.; preaching at 11 a. m. SPIRITUALIST TkMPLE OF upon the holdon of shares of its aommon APPI ICATION FOB TAX .
stork by tko prmMona of addition till NOTICE: Of
andjj,30 p. m; N. Y. P. S. and TRUTH U. a. Heelers Suliito.. anwadrd, .n4 ORRD.nonata I I NOTICE or APPLICATION TAX
Junl n meeting at 6:30 p. m. Session tad the r >..r Rawrt. Act. M 1 ( Bill N*. IM) PRE"'
Homestead branch of Miami amended ball who on July I. 1'". NOTICE: 18 HMIFHV GIVEN that (Saudis Rill N. Ill \
Pnrer: tnbeting Wednesday! even. By order of the Board of 0''_. I WILLIAM j< KFHL. hider' of State and I II NOTICE: 18 MEMORY UfVCN that
<*I7JOPrinceton p' fh Spiritualist Temple of Truth In J. J. MeLKNDON. ('_b.Oot. ...." County 1./'r-1.No 1MM Wmd WILLIAM J, Riots, tnU, at Rant and '
.! I th. Ith I>. loss haa f BodMI County Tai CorllfwntnNb. MM MHKdUM
W. l-Mar 1
Woman's Club 410 N. Eighth ( t l
In mr offlra. and her ...... awl.lea.thHi I I.t", of Aunat. A. 0, I'". ka MMwna \
-the Rev.' C. H. ConI avenue. Men's Bible class andyoung i for a tax dead to ... beard tkwwa.B.M I I* ., office, and hal made aiwlloa.tli .

don, pastor, Sunday school at 9:41; people's lyceum at 7.13: p. IN THe CIRCUIT COURT OF THE CvrtlfluH' .nbra- the following ,I for a tai "':.he;' be issued Mrmm: I
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT<< IN described pror..1i I. UM county at Raid fecundate .. the following
preafhlng'at 10:43 a. m. and 7:30p. : m.; healing by Dr. J. Carl Hobsonat AND FOR DARE IOIINTY FLORIDA.IN HUM of riorlda. t...wli described proprrt. In the Coot 01 Dade. I!

m, Junior meeting at 0:30; young I 7:43; lecture and messages at CHANCFHY. NO. .?MI. Lute 1-1.. Block 1, Grenada nroII. D.d"1! state :vf Florida, to-wltl S
,AMIIFL W. VORTIC.ERN, flalntltf 1 .. I. a lybda.. fUt Book II. Lou I e I, HlMk I. flraaada QrovnMo.
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people's1 meeting at 830.: Prayer 730.: ETHKL M. VORTI meeting\ Wednesday at 7:30 p. m. Tlor/d. Connor of Dodo, ,tub of Florid,*. '
IN' via CIRCUIT coney or THe To ETHEL M.. VOK1IUERN.: ( UMMw "Maidstone of saw. property aftaid, TIM tMj.im.nt of mid p ru| n> undnUM
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCl'IT OF Unknown) MM .rtllkwte Hued WAS IN tho sous MM wrtlflfnu board wn In he name
< EPISCOPAL I FLORIDA. IM AND FOB DAD COUN Von are kmby required to oil UNKNOWN. of, "''''''. RANK H. MALONEY:
TY. IN CHANCKRY NO. 4..MC the Bill of Complaint for dl 1"1 Ual_ said. Mrtaoordla .'....10 .hon be reddened Golden Mid. fortirmt* .kail ... raamwdlaeovrdlM
St Jo1ta'-S.. E. Second avenue MARY LOUISE DARNED, f.... aol., aitalmt you J.- ahov* styled to ..... UM property dnnllwdthmln to) law. tho proiortp ilnnfHnil
and Fourth Homestead. Plaintiff, ... HOME: BUILDERS REALTY the lot day ... A D. ;: will k. sold W Ih. highest bidder lhw.1. will ... hold la the highest .kMdvat \
street CORP. a Florid _...". CITY OF who th* allontloni "f Mid Bill will k.takrn ... Uw CmrtliMM door on UM tint How UM CoiirthooM door "". this, flnt Miin.day I
Sunday school at 9:45 a. m.; MIAMI a Municipal exclamation arcaalMd aonfMMd ay Paw : day, to UM month of r kniarr. 1MT. wkkrkta In UM month of 'ob....". IM1. wkfckla ,
..d existing Under the l>_ of the state This order to M 'k. published hi theLRADEMENTKRPaISS UM IX day of February, 1MT UM lit day of February, KIT I
Service at
Young
People's Leaguer of Florida, i. H. MoCARTHY and If ..... : nf Him. a.I' Dated this lord dar of _... 1M4.B. Voted. this llrd day of Doamhir. IM. .
I:JO p. m. tried McCARTHY Florida, for four oun..cutl WON*. I B LRATHERMAN ( B LEATHERMAM.: : '
kk wife, MARTHA WEBB HATCHER and Dated this Itch, day of -..... A. ; Clerk of Clrr.lt Omirt.ad Clerk of OlmM t7.
tTANGELICAL LUTHERAN: bar kwbaml. C. I. HATTKyR. l>rf.......... 1N4. D'I I IE. Candor, lIMo Connty KWIdn.Clrrort .
ORDER FOB PUBLICATION B. LBATBFRMANCwrk Clf....lt Court ...). Court RM 1
It sputtering from affldn.lt filed In of rim Ctontt, wart, : tly N. O ': Flo..1 By H. C iTrRRUTTDor D O'i .
I 81 John's-Redland; the Rev! UM akora ."tlt.... MUM that tho iwldrao.of ICL et. .".', IDw ... tt.. ; Jan, t. I, II. M. ( II. IIM. Jaw I, a, II, It INT). t tI

Ga, M. Path, pastor. Sunday UM .,....._. 1. H. MCCARTHY and : iy M. SWIFT, Deputy Clok. :
CARR a CARR.
If marrwd MCCARTHY
school each Sunday at 10 a. m. his wIf. hi unknown and th.t then ni no Rollrlton. for Plaintiff
English: service on second Sundayof served In th. state of Florida MM movies (Dor II, KM; Jan 1, 5. IS. It IMttTurner's }

each month at 3 m. and German of a mhpoma noon wnona would bind MidDrfondanta. ,
p. i
and that thoy. art oath onr I
service on fourth Sunday at1p.m. the an of twenty+so yoara. 1'
It la therefore Ordered that said Dof.adaata Funeral Home t I
taE
I ho and they are bushy required I rREO 0S5
to epee to UM but of Complaint In the.be" { 4aC
14IIR. AMRILANCB SERVICE
METHODIST: EPISCOPAL mtltMd MUM ai of UM a... DarIn CRSB LQUSN
February ....wlt, February .... A. O1MT .
Florida City Community Church othorwtM .... allocations. of UM Bill Lady AlUmUnl II 5 aup apt ICwNowes
of Conwlalnl will bo ram a. aonfoModby
I -the Rev. C. G. Nelson, pastor UM Mid aWondanUIt I'bon.R Homaatand Fat :1

A Church school at 10 a. m.; preaching b further Onwnd that this eras hapuklhnod :
onaa a weak foe jonr MniatnU 1 she I
at 7:30: p. m. Midweek prayenand I" Tim Lmdde-a"te.pri". a aeww

Bible study Wednesday at paper of .noinl otroalatlon .. Dado Chew !

. TJO. ...DATED Florida.tkla S4 day of t>owoo..... A. n.UM. I NEWT G. BALL .nuaN a4, p1f f a '"tto

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KedUod Community Charch
sA B: "LIATHERMAM.an Notary ....110 WI ;
the Rev. C. O. Nelson, pastor. Clrrk of CtoouH Oonrt.Cl. I I

Church school at 10; preaching at ( Ct loal) FIBS WSfUAJICB AND ;

U EpworUt League at 6:J* Mid-I Deputy ty qortI M aw1FTm d soil CIe.rt.CIo..so I ."DEED .LINEf19v9se j : '

... 1,1:
week Prayers and Bible M. 80. Ape

'l'IIul'llda at 7:30. $1000L.At": Atbwl t'1IIINHI. .1"q l.rw, & I! iMKI, Nfl At! .SOvO mien Of outfit F lO#MD Gloss d0VNAW {.tIMOVFt 14. .. ,


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Pair Twelve THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Friday, January 15, 1937

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Far East Relation ; : ; : ': ;:;;
'. Subject of Address
C Far West
i ( -The Far East;, War or Peace" EXCELL

.f.. was address the by subject Paul of Eckel an informative, director Soda Crackers Q Fresh Prunes
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of the University of Miami English
department DI.trlclUONI, before Club,Tuesday the Redland night llb.pkg.10c No. 2z can .. 15e
t He explained the relations between -
{ Japan and the United
States and between Japan and the EXCELL DELMONTEPRUNES
Asiatic countries and Russia.The .
Lions Club has reserved
Graham Crackers
"' four ter -loot spaces: for a booth et
the Dade Country Tropical Fair,
ported.next month George e Cooper re. l lb.pkg. ....13c FRI. AND SA Te SPECIALS 2 lb. pkg. ..._.1geI
Ralph H. Done of Homesteadand
Lester Dawson of South All, .

Baptist at pettah new Garden members and Methodist were Introduced I Pillsbury .F1our 20 Ib. :bag $1 05 I


Join t.Mold Revival!

Two brothers who are ministers HERSHEY'S KELLOGG'S PEL-MONTE

join In different In conducting 4momlnitloni nightly evangellitle will- Chocolate Candyflb.bar,2for25c CORN FLAKES, 2 pkgs. ....... 15c Grapefruit Juice
services at the Princeton I
Methodist Church with BAKER'S OR'HERSIIEY'SCOCOA,1
the 17 and evening lasting service for ten beginning days Sunday or more Jan, '/ Ib pkg. ............. 15c No.2 can __.. lOc
The Rev. H O. Cowan pastor
of the Princeton Methodist Church ARGO
JERSEY Lady Grace
announced'that has brother, the
16c
PEACHES No. 2H
Rev. S. A. Cowan pastor of the ca n..n
Euclid Avenue Baptist Church of Tomato Ketchup Dill Pickles
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Atlanta would bring the evangelistic COOK'S

the message revival.each The evening Atlanta durIng 2 Ig.bottles _. 25e r PURE HONEY, qt. can ......__ 29c qt. jar; ...... 19c '
Cowan I graduate of the University -
of Alabama and of the Baptist

t vllle Theological,Ky, has held Seminary three of dlfferen Louis' Chase & Sanborn Coffee lIb. 27c
minister pastorates has spent moat in Atlanta of his where life at he I tl I pkg. I I

The
public it cordially Invitedto
attend the service, which begint U (
T of:30 the each Princeton evening,church.P. said the. pastor OYER-SEA Super Suds,3 pkgs. _........_.: 25c BULK
Peanut Butter Brown Sugar
B. Bird Co. Said PEERLESS

Purchaser of Building: 2 lb. jar ..... 35c lIARD WATER SOAP, 3 bars.. lOc 4 Ibs ....... 25c
A that the Preston
report B.Bird
Motor Co had bought the Mc- BULK _
American Courtney Legion building building opposite on South the Golden Ripe MEAL OR GRITS, 5 Ibs ........ 19c Standard Quality
Krorh avenue was not denied BANANAS3lbs. Corn Peas
this week by Preston B. Bird, FANCY, WHOLE GRAIN or

however president, that of the he company was not ready He said to ..... ... 13c RICE, 5 Ibs. _......_.._....... 25c No. 2 cans ...lOc
make any announcement concerning


an here company The automobile the renovating now building reported no Is undergoing longer,sale last purchase occupied and In repairingand business service by ',I J MILK, any brand, 3 tall cans 22c f 1


Want Ads Par-Try ThemIE

Selected JEWEL LARD, 4 lb. pkg. ....._. 5ge Sun-Craft Georgia Cane

Sweet Potatoes SWIFT'S GEORGIA SYRUPHANDYPACK

P 51bs ..u.... 19c PEANUT ROLlS, lb. ........___ 37c gaL can ... 35e

] LOCAL t; a ::1 t tr.!'P 4,,4'

FANCY FRYERS, lb. .................. S5e COCA COLA
Yellow Onions
BRANDED WESTERN
bottles 25c

O 3 Jbs. .. ..... lie ROUND STEAK, lb. ....._..... 27c (plus bottle deposit)
General

Public UtilitiesHomestead SUGAR, bulk, 5 Ibs. 27cSwift's

none 503Hi

Circle. S SELECTED BANQUET

i Picnic Hams RIB BEEF STEW, 2 IPS. .......: 25c Sliced Bacon


ONLY Ib ........_. 28c DAISY CHEESE lb. 27c Ib ...._...., 35c
JUNGLE .._..n...... .,....

IN Tai US, WESTERN

Country Roll CHUCK ROAST, lb. _....._..... 20cCUDAlirS Country RollBUTTER
Ualnlla DrM west I
at Naraaja Read Sausage Meat
PURITAN
ADMISSION Oe
per lb. .....__ 25c LAMB SHOULDERS, Ib. u_..:. 18c lb. ____....._ 39c



QUICK NATUROL,CLEAN GAS SAFE SEUCTED POTATOES, 10 k 34cr' I

VlrgU D, Ljen homestead
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