The leader-enterprise
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00087294/00109
 Material Information
Title: The leader-enterprise
Uniform Title: Leader-enterprise (Homestead, Fla.)
Portion of title: Leader enterprise
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: South Dade Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Homestead Fla
Creation Date: January 29, 1937
Publication Date: -1941
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1931.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 29, no. 2 (Jan. 10, 1941).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 29, no. 1 (Jan. 3, 1941).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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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
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002057831
oclc - 33835104
notis - AKP5867
lccn - sn 95047482
System ID: UF00087294:00109
 Related Items
Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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1 I- September Ban' on Cuba'sAvocados DONATIONS, BENEFIT DANCE :

j Asked by Florida AND FLOOR SHOW ON SLATE



I Vote to Organize Christian Men's UnionMore : -

than one hundred men' ration by such a name had accomplished j
JUNE JULY Civic Leaders Called to
I meeting at a dinner In teflon Han somewhere else The
last night voted to organize the foremost Idea of such a union he Meeting in City Hall
Redland District Christian Men'sUnion. said, would be the development of Tonight
Wherea' certain portion of
Christian fellowship another ob-
whose jaon sectarian character ;
AUGUSTPLEA the United States have
will be insured by a board of ject would be an organization representing
visited by a most devastatingflood 3 BOOTHS FOR MONEY
a cross-section ef the
directors to which cacti *hurclcongregation >
I In the district will community, which could function and GIFTS DOWNTOWN
I elect a member and an alternate In time of emergency he laid Whereas there ha been widespread -

Mathers Believes Favorable These director wm elect two non- In the course of his inspirational misery and suffering asa Visiting Juvenile Marvel
1\\ church member to complete the address on "A Man's Greatest result ef the Iou of h-, I
:Madeat Donates Services in
Impression board. Prize," Mr. Thompson advised his, farms and personal propertiesand

Hearing The ,directors are to be elected hearer to, be definite, whatever Floor Show
and hold a meeting within the pext you do "Don't waste your Wherea the magnitude of
75% TARIFF BOOST two weeks for the purpose of energy and don't follow every disaster.nails far Immediate Donation booth at three place
choosing officers 4)f She organization -, impulse that opine along Learnto and planned Action and In. Homestead tomorow and a
ASKED ON TOl1ATOESWilcox Regular meetings of the Red- select the project that will do Whereas we baring been benefit dance and floor show at
land District Men Union art to the greatest good In the most prac- visited In the put by disasters the Homestead Country' Club tomorrow -
Work for Growers be held three times a year or often!. (Continued:: On Page Four) ailing for ......... action and night will be the mean
er upon call of the board of director. Whereas oar Utemsu have through which Redland District
Praised by Returned .. : been solved ky the generous resident may contribute fund

DelegatesRestriction Organization plant were madeet MONDAY VOTED help .tf ethers for relief of 41004,.sufferers in the
'- a'busmees session which followed 11 Now therefore fce reeelved" Ohio and MU.ls lppl river valleys

of Cuban avocado talk made by: thVRev. C. O POST CARD DAYBYWCALC.OFC. that we join ha with s spirit of Mayor Tom Harris ha* proclaimed
shipment to the month of June, Nelson pastor of the Redlaad and giving that Immediate aid wash tomorrow, Saturday Jan.
July and August and Increase of Florida City Community Churches be given the vnfertunate of SO, a* Flood Relief Day and has
t the tomato tartS from the present and George Thompson, Miami attorney the flood area who are In such appointed Mr*. E. J Dyal general
net of one yard eight-tenth lent and last years presidentof dire need and chairman of the local drive for
a pound to a net of three and six- the Olmpla Bible Class. W. M. Be It further resolved that flood relief funds, He has asked
tenths cent a pound were askedof Fifield, who presided aa chairman Minimum of Five Cards Saturday, January 80, 18S7 be the following representatives of
the presidents committee for of the "committee of five" who arranged known a* Flood Relief Day and Redland District organizations to
reciprocity Information by Redland I the dinner in behalf of the I by ,Each Person Is that an charitable and civic organisation t meet with Mr Oval and him at
District spokesmen who attended church men of the Redland District Aim onArea *. a* well aa all business T:30 tonight In the city hall:
the hearing held by the committee ,Introduced Mr. Nelson aa the houses and Individuals, The Rev. A. A. Kooslline and
II I originator of the idea of such the Rev C N Walker, ministerial
in Washington last Friday a Join together that we may contribute '
T''IT Both John R Mather, who I meeting Mr. Nelson said in turn I Monday February 1, will be lie the Immediate Mid association;: J. R Broew and Ohas
represented the Florida Avocado that the Rev. George J:. Deuel deserved Post Card Day in the Redland District of these unfortunate people J. Caves Rotary Club: E. L Lawrence -

Grower Association and County a large measure of credit the, It Redland was decided District at a Chamberof meetingof TOM J. HARRIS Mayer. and W. I. Fink Lion Club;
I for the suggestion.The Ben Archer, chamber ef com
Commissioner J Lamar Paxson I I Commerce, Wednesday night City of Nauseate ad, Florida
'! who was a member of the tomato name, Christian Men I, merce: E Z Thompson, American
delegation, said that member of Union was mentioned fcy Mr Nelson Along with Miamlana and other Legion; W, R. Bird, Masons; Carl
the committee teemed favorably who told of what an organAWUALPOTATO!- Floridian of this, public-spirited residents ROAD 4-A PATROL TweedcU, Odd Fellows; Mrs. J.
section will each mail
impressed, though they did not W. English P.-T. A.; Mrs. Flora D.Myel'l
a minimum ()f five post cards to Business and Professional
commit themselves one way or the' friends in states other than Flor- RETAINEDUNDER Women Club Mr D
other Mather and Paxson were TO BE Harry
high in their praise of the way In ida.The Wolfe Woman Club of Home ''
which the Florida tomato JI'O..I post cards will include the stood Miss Ellen Huff Junior
'.11 er'* case wa presented by L I.k TOUR STARTS AT Information that Florida I II not SHERIFF Woman Club Anyone else who-
Chandler of Gould, spokesmanfor overcrowded and that accommodations desires to help with the work I*

1, the tomato interest, who wa 10 MONDAY MORN may be had for price that invited to attend Mayor Harris
are not exhorbltant. They also Coun-. said
: In Lakeland when ought for ant Be Maintained by
interview Wednesday. Mr, Pax- will record the temperature for The three booth will be locatedat
son said also that the avocado the day ty During February, the Dixie Drug Store, the First
i argument wa ably handled by Motorcade Leaves From The plan wa originated by the March, April National Bank and firwn Pharmacy -
if Mr. Mather Holferty Home in Miami Chamber of Commerce asa '. In the afternoon the booth ;
:The committee for r reciprocity mean of combating the rumor, to have the Home-' at the bank will tw moved to the
formation i* a tact-finding com- Allapattah"The spreading over the country, that An agreement patrol retained front of the movie theatre Booth
jnittee having ouly the power to outrageous price are being charged stead-Mlamt highway of the aharIff attendant will Include Mrs J R.
under auspice
In the state and that there I Bl'OOki. Mr, Tom Undsey, Mr
r /ecommend action to the presidentor annual potato motorcadefor after Feb t. the 1
for tourist M, D. Hartman Mr. Frank Rue,
Secretary of State Cordell Hullpreparatory grower and other interestedIn no more room Governor Cone for
date set by Mr, f, P. McLean, Mr, Lee Lehman -
to scheduled renewalor
viewing potato field and potato Several of the member made discontinuance of all state road
rewriting of the reciprocal trade experiment plot In South plan to hear Harper Sibley, president patrolling. was worked Gut Tuee- Mr*. Tom Faust, Mrs J, S.
: agreement with Cuba this year AUapattah Gardens and the East of the United State Cham-, following before Horton, Mr Tom Harris, Mr*.
1.0/1 The hearing was arranged by Con Glade will be conducted ber of Commerce speak It the the day county commission appearance of civic Edw Brooker, Mrs R. E. Aspley,
.,fJifJ'areuman Mark Wilcox by County Agricultural McAllister Hotel in Miami, February I clubs delegation headed by W. L Mr*. Howard Johnson and Miss
,t In asking that the month of H. Steffarrf Mond.'j 1 at 8 p. m All chamber Flak,past president of the Redland I Phyllis Parman.
be- stricken The benefit dance I* the previously
September from the of commerce member
The) motorcade will wishing to District}Jon Club. I
; period In which unrestricted shipments them are asked to I scheduled President Ball
the residence of J M. Holferty.in,accompany notify the half
of avocado be made'Mather Under arrangement I at the Country Club under the
may Charles G
Turner, secretary,
Allapattah Garden at 10
will be borne by the
i' the expense auspice of the Junior Woman
produced to I ,
figure show
a. mM It win return to the HolJerty as soon a* possible that reservation .commls-ion and halt by toesheriff's
that in the period from June to may bo arranged.Model Club of Homestead. Instead of
lawn at for lunch
noon ,which
tf October, inclusive, Florida JI'Ow-1 office but authority ever keeping 70 per cent of the net proceeds -
\ er must market 71 per cent .elf I[(will be served by the Woman'sAuxiliary the) patrolman will be vested entirely for local charity, the organi
> their crop. He showed alto that of the Presbyterian Plane ContestTo in the sheriffs office, 3 Motion will turn it ever to the flood
(Continued on Page Twelve) i[Church at a nominal charge per Be Held Here Feb. 14 Lamar Paxaon chairman of the relief fund. The remaining 30
commission announced Tuesday per cent will go to the Warm
/ Talk will be made by R. H. A model airplane contest for, afternoon. The agreement at Spring Foundation.The .
THE WEATIIZXOtVU Howard, extension service economist boys and girls -under21 rear of present Is for the months of February floor show win comlat of Z.

,'; e..a.r....,e .r act sual..hargaa.e4 from Gainesville, and by age will be conducted at the Neva March and April. At the between-dance performance by
..t ...... a..a. '*- member of the staff of the Subtropical King Cooper School on Feb 14 I end ef that time, Mr. Paxaon aid, Bettyjane Hunt. elghtyeatv'marvel I

: Data [Max'Mln] Bar| Kaio Experiment: Station. Experiment at 1130 p. m. it I* hoped that a more permanent in acrobatic and,.*.. I
Jan. 22 _..I I 81 (t |130.081| and demonstration plot Only flying model airplane may arrangement can be worked out. who with her mother 1. .'
M Jan. 23 80 I 70 .30.071| will be visited and finding recounted be entered. Contest will be held In all probability the present Ana Hunt, and ,
r"I, Jan. 24' I 81 IT I I lor both indoor j.ud outdoor mod- patrolman. King w. Parka will ChaL V. Savlir 'f'' .. /\
Jan 29 ...... 83 71 ,30.141 Anyone interested in the potato eta it wa*. announced yesterday i remain on the Job. The motorcycleand at the West aA V df
Jan. 28 S3 sr 30.10 industry from any angle I* welcome by Sill Arthur. of TJilfs Model other equipment of the patrolman stead between e, I
Jan. a: '.. S3 JO 30.10' i to go on the potato tour, Mr Shop in Burton Department; taken over by the counties ed with outstand\ ''I
f Jan 28 88 80 ,,30.12, 1 iSteffnnl said. 1 Store. I win be given them by the ttat Continue OfU \ '


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t Page Two YHE LEADER ENTERPRISE Friday, January 29,1937 j

? Miami trip. Wednesday night RedUnd Walton Nurseries I I WIOD-New (17) fg ft ptMor16nf of a aeries of sermon on signs of
Pompano, will play the KiMimmee Military I I 0 1 I the coming of JesUs Christ

I Beach Bow to IUI. Institute at Venice; Thu da". Palm Loses 37-32: in.Game Rents, f 2 02 These messages are not specuD -
Hamey, f 5 03 i
*.> mgh Scbdoli: aid Fitd y. $1011," said. Mr ,Parkert "but
Avon Park. A Pat between Book, e ,_ __ ? .1 26 s 'Wed .
S. at Farm Life Gym Redhead and 3t Petersburg High \Vi WIOD-News Fasten, g _... __ .1 1 I'' 8orlp ire fact:THS art on pres.eptday
that are being ful-
aeiwoi for Saturday ha not beendefinitely I Ft****, g. .... ...... .. 23 filled aOGOrdI* to prophecy This

i Redland won its third and fourth sehedtded but baa been Although n-mforced by the return iiI1 particular mettage i* taken from
: straight victories this week defeating planned for of Wm. Fonyth and Richard the text, St Matt. 24:32-33: 'Now
Referee: Mason Score at the ,.
A squad of about ten players
Pompano High School Fri- learn a parable of the fig tree;
and Coach C. R Gutteridg will i McCormick. Walton Nurseries. half: WIOD-New, 18; Walton
day eight at Redland 49-SO, and when his branch i II yet tender and
Miami Beach High Tuesday. 28- make the trip Among the boy I I basketball teem lost to the big Nurseries, 14.Religious putteth forth leave ye know that
27, OB the Redland court. going will be: Lee, GreenwoodVihlen WIOD- ew. team 37-32, at Miami summer is nigh So likewise when
Mciday night RedUnd will be Edward. Graham Swilley I,Wednesday night In the Et Coast "Movie" to Be ,shjU see these things. know that
host to Fort Lauderdale High Chamber, Campbell and Sickle basketball league play. Shown in Three Churches"A it I Ia near, even at the doors' "
School at the Redland gym la what I I I Everyone I* cordially invited.
Fonyth graduated from the
promises to be one of the batgames Stanton Memorial "
Countryside Teacher, the
*/ the MMon. I I,I I
Gainesville I seventh reel of the tiff of Christ Odd Fellows Confer
Edwards and Vihlen got fix field Game With 1I.II.s.1
I! aerie of motion plcftiits, win be
Koala each in the Pompano
spending I Initiatory Degree ;
shown In three churches of the
to lend the coring for the nightHogjn
Team Here Tonight;Pahokee. I district Sunday evening by Leo.
and Nelsonmade
got ten points
nine for Pompano. Redland Despite the practice the tram I.. Poyser The Odd Fellow conferred the
wiis ahead, 14-13 at the half I Preparatory to Its road trip to I has had lately. the lack of teamwork I It win be shown In the Radland Initiatory degree on S. E Gordy ,
After trailing Miami Beach by :Jacksonville the Homestead High I Ij under the buket \I' till i Community Church at t o'clock; at their meeting Tuesday nightin
School basketball team will I noticeable In the Silver Palm Methodist
an 18-14 score at the half in Tue.- play the 1. O. O. F. hall. After the
diys game Redland cam back j a practice game tonight with! Barrow, sigh point scorer I In the i Church at 6:49; and in the Princeton degree work, a chicken dinner wan
strong in the third quarter to pull Stanton Memorial Baptist Churchon league, was effectively guardedand I Methodist Church at 741. served by E. A. Buchanan
up on even term with the alert the local court Led by the made only 10 point Fields Everyone I Ia Invited.
Beach quintet Greenwood last- much Improved, rosy-cheeked'i WIODNew.IIIard.. cored the I Among others present were:
minute field goal supplied the winning Charley Little the fast moving most point, 14. "Red" Harney Pastor Begins Sermon Carl Tweedell, noble grand, Ru-
dolph Mattson, A. W. Jones, Aaron
margin. Chambers made Homestead boys swamped the Inexperienced I News forward made five field
Delriy Beach Series on Prophecy Gordy, Carl Anderson, Joe Gay,
nine point and Greenwood eight goal For Walton Nurseries
Lester Elter, O. C. Radford Ralph
for Redland. School team 44-8, Friday night on Field and showed good defensive -
Drury garnerednine Day
the local court. Little accounted "doe the Fig Tree Bud?" I II a Moon. W. Y. Bush, J:. Z.: Thompson
and Balda eight ta lead theBeachltel' play while Piering and
offence for 21 point with nine field goal Morton excelled for tile MUmiant question which win be answered W. O. Woods, A, D. Nell Ernest -
and three foul shot 'Sunday night at the Homestead Nell, C. P Ormold, W R.
West got six and Next Thunday night the Walton Church: of the Nazarene In a sermon Thornton, H. B. Seattle Dr, M. A.
ae4lad (U) Iw It pt points Sullivan. team plays It* last league game of i by the pastor the Rev. W. J, Berger E. A. Carter, A. O Cain
Graham, t __ ...2 0 e UcDaniel and Capt Earl Smith I
''' 4. '' the seasonwhen Dunn-Bus somas anal .
Parker on-"The Jewish Sign I and Lutfler"Strickland
Greenwood, .____...._2 -4 e hit ,the hoop for five 'counter* down to play 'en.t -liem..Mad. ... -
_. aactt. Smith, center for Delray "' '
Lee e _. __':".;: 0 0 court. :
it Edwards, e _"..._._ .. I I I'Ompbl'II Beach, garnered Uv of his turn
,','.:....:........:._ 2 0 point. i w.MotI (II) "i''c'i..tx.ltfroraytb pt Overseas Transportation Co. Inc.
Chambers, I ................ 4 I 2 The team plan to leave Wed- I .. .._---2 0' S ,.. '
Vlhlen, _._...__.":. "0 0 0 mjay morning for Cocoa where field, I .._....._.----.0_..o. "I) FREIGHT AND EXPRESS '-'
after I 250( mile trip the locals McCormick, II ._........--.1 0 I
t Ii e 7 will play Cocoa High School team. Day e u... _....___...:.1 0 4 OVERNIGHT SAILINGS FROM MIAMI TO KEY WEST AT
Miami Beach (11) tg It ptt I Thursday night In Jacksonville Brooker, I '..:.. ,..I ,1). '1 > NOON MONDAYS, TUESDAYS, THURSDAYS, FRIDAYS.

t Strother, I __ "._ I I JDrury the Grower will play Robert E. Barrow [ rL 2 3Wynng Track Deliveries I* Upper ken Dally Except Sunday
J I .__-.- .-.. 4 I 3 Lee High School and Friday night I 2 I
Miami Terminal M8 S. W. North Rlrrr Dr. Phone J-MU
the team will meet Jackton
W.atherby, e ,2 0 1 Andrew -]
Baldae.. .. 4 0 I High School, also of 14 4 IS
James. g ___ I 1 I ville The return trip Jacmn-I
Murphy I __... .. .. ._ 0 0 0 made Saturday.
The team will be .
12 3 11 ald Sullivan who wa declared ineligible -
Score at half: Miami Beach 18; yesterday Making the: ,
Redland, 14 Referee,;'YounU and trip will be Coach Theo J. FLORIDA DAYS
LubeL' '" Manager Billy Arthur, Bleler'l
)h Smith, Charley Llttto,
Daniel, Wra. McMichael. Duke
Team to Leave
West, Rue '
Harvey Martin Bishop
On Cage Ball Road Trip Randolph Cave and Clinton I

Biahop ; JI E FORD .DAYS
Redland High School basketball -'I
team pUn to leave Tuesday "My daughter music has been|
, for Fort Myn where it will play a great expense!"
the high school of that city In the "Indeed! Has someone sued J
tint of I four or five-game,road youT"-Hx. I

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GETTING RESULTS FOR I So many place to go *o many thing', Improved to give finer perfo-mance

LOCAL GROWERS NOW! to do, *o much to *ce la Florida.And and greater economy. Or, at the low.

on Florida highway and byways you eat Ford price In yean, you can

1 t Seminole Vegetable andManganese Special i will see 1937 Ford V-8 In everJn. choose from several model equipped

Mixtures creasing .ambers} -for no trip seem with the new thrifty "60" V-8 which

I long or expensive la this modern car. I* setting record for outstanding

II !More crate and hampers per acr*. Growth The Ford V-8 place all of Florida gasoline mileage Whichever you
I that I* healthier; yield that are heavier,
varied attraction at your fingertip choose you get the same big, roomy,
: better la *lMj| profit that are fatter I Iw
pee can meaaar the difference "ba yo and bring added pleasure to these comfortable car. .. all-ateelhedy...

:a., IDEAL Fertiliser golden aundrrnched day. safety glass all round at no extra

WILSON TOOMER: FERTILIZER: :And BOW you lave a choice of erase eharp. ..new easy action safety

COMPANY Y-8rn"fYoGC'aaL"rllliodel' J brake. ...THE QUAUTY CAF[ R

JscksMvUle. Florida with the famous "83" V-8 further THE LOW-PRICE FIELD.

t Visit Feral IIUsi
Florida Exp*
Miller T. Mercer. Maaaccr
Oral Gable Branch At Miami.
Fall 8Uek* Carried bye
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Friday. January 29.1937 THE LEADEIt. ENTERPRISE: Paw Three

Rotes Ask Legislature I and the" "back country"! to make
FRANKLIN STORETO Chevrolet Automovie Will Present this district "r'ecntsed before the
For CastingA
Program of Sound Pictures MondayThe world."
PUSH TIlE SALE (I. "We have more to offer than ,
resolution requesting the state any ether part of the world I have ;
legislature to expand the boat seen," he said. .
OF GRAPEFRUITNational forecasting service to state-wide Chevrolet Automovle a Included In this present program
I Dr. Lloyd C. Shanklin a* a comparative .
proportion instead of limiting It
complete sound motion picture are sound pictures showing how
to the comparatively small area It movies are actually: seen by: the: newcomer, was called i
theatre on wheel, I scheduled to
for a few remarks H told
upon *
Drive Results in now serves in the ridge citrus belt) human eye; how dynamite I* used! 1
visit how, after traveling about the
Homestead Monday W. R.
was passed by the Homestead Rotary to discover oil; how gears shift
100 to 500 per Cent Club at Its noon meeting Wednesday Bird president of Bird ChevroletCo. and operate In the modern automobiles country he had decided: to make e
his home In South Dade o
in Legion halt ., announces. ; and bow accidents when County
IncreasesIn Ht also has observed, he said, that
Three reels of talking pictures Generating Its own power the driving may be avoided. There la : i iI
Chevrolet automovle has complete more co-operation is needed'her*.
especially designed for service Included also, a spectular thrill .
accordance with a proclamation clubs were shown at the meetingby equipment for a first-class show. picture to demonstrate the stamina H* suggested that the citizens, as
by Governor Cone designating M. W. Cummings. The first The pictures are educational Interesting that is built Into the modern I well as uniting to boost the district -
the week of Jan. 23-30 u reel gave pointers In safety drivingof and cover many modern motor car. should band together to rid
Grapefruit Week, P. J. Franklin.Inc. an automobile, the second reel topics. There is absolutely no The pictures will be shown In the groves of modern outlaws,
., In its advertisement In this I I portrayed tests to which a new car charge for admission and every the used car lot next to the Bird fruit thieve, and to fight the present -
issue of the Leader-Enterprise ot-I Is put on the proving ground and member of the family is most wei- Chevrolet building. The tint I term with of hit reciprocal trade
I Cuba.
fer Redland grapefruit for tale I the third told of the start of service come. show will' begin\ at ( o'clock. treaty
et 39 cents a bushel to make It clubs and pictured King The Dade County Tropical Fair
eaiy for housewives to comply I Arthur's round table meetings as Impromptu Get-Together Supper Given 'deserve co-operation, he said because -
with the governor's request that one of the early forms of service I of its advertising value.
they buy a box or half-box of this I club meetings. The picture pro By Chamber for Members and Families Both Mr. Swan and Dr. Shanklin -
fruit this week to help Floridagrowers. gram was furnished through the reported that they were in Los
efforts of Chas. T. Fuchs Jr., pro- ; Angeles In 1913 when the citv'i
The first of a number of "eettocether" I population had reached 79,000 and
To folks who live In the grove gram chairman for the month of land Chamber
events to be sponsored of Com- it was the belief in certain quarters -
section of
this district, sellinggrapefruit January.
by the Redland District Chamberof merce. The chamber made good that It had reached its limit
sound like In Homestead may Commerce was a supper on the Its agreement and invited all that there was no more room for it J
," but-"carrying Mr. Franklin coals to Newcastle George E. Reed Dies lawn of the Future Farmer clubhouse members who could be reached In to grow. Then, the speakers mid.
said it
might Suddenly in HomesteadFuneral Monday night time by telephone or otherwise to communities sprang up and were
surprise to
learn the number many of people growers here, It was hurriedly planned Mon bring their families to a lawn supper taken Into the city forming the Los
especially In the winter farming services for George El- day: morning when word was received at the Future Farmers' clubhouse Angeles of today. They likened
from Miami that 130 midWestern that evening.Motorcades that experience with the unlimited
season,who depend on the grocery bert Reed ot whq dropped -
store for their citrus. He be- dead Sunday: afternoon at I visitor to Miami wouldbe through the Redland possibilities' this section,
lieves moreover that here as elsewhere barbecue stand on the outskirts unable to make a scheduledtour District a* a mean of publicitywere I pointing out that an efficient
the consumption of of Homestead, were conducted at of the agricultural sections commended by Ben Archer, chamber of commerce had nvich to
can be increased by offering grapefruit the Reed home on Redland road of Dade. County, which was to include chamber of commerce president, Ina I do with the expansion of the Cal
a luncheon in the talk after the He said ifornia city.
It at attractive prices, and he has near Coconut Palm drive Wednesday supper. ,
no Intention of being outdone by 'afternoon. The Rev,' the chain: stores in the campaign G. Nelson pastor of the Redland Parker of Alpine Grove Dairy. Its policy of co-operating inarranging I Archer gave a brief summary of
to promote the sales of a commodity Community Church was In charge The luncheon was to have been for them.He accomplishments of the local chamber
that it to Important in the agriculture of the service He was assisted served by the Ladles' Aid Society introduced George L. Swan I during the past year.
of South Dado County. by: the Rev. A. A. Koestline paw ot the Florida City: Community of Silver Palm, former field sec
Sales of grapefruit In the chain tor of the Homestead Methodist Church at the expense of the Red- retary of the Portland, Ore.,I Teacher: "Now children will

grocery stores in the United States Church, the Rev. A. M. Vivian, Chamber of Commerce who outlined I some of you tell me what a herbaceous
increased from one hundred the Rev. J. .W. Porte and the Rev. n, Jf., A. E. Barnes, Dave KufeMt, the many advantage of this border Is?"
cent to five hundred cent during per Ceo. E. Deuel, retired Methodist C. Ben Plummer T. M. Harris and area and stressed the importanceof Child: (whose mother keeps a
the past week as per the result of- ministers. Burial wag in Palm V. L. Harris. Turner Funeral a chamber of commerce in developing I boarding house): "I know, teacher;
the special advertising Cemetery at Naranja. Home was In charge of arrangement any community He advocated 'I a lodger who eats only vegetables"
and sale I
drive put on throughout the Mr. Reed who was 09 :years of* *. the uniting of Homestead I--Ex I ,
tion by the National Associationof na- age, was in apparent good health 1 -- -
Food and had driven to the barbecue' r
C. F. Adams
chairman of the association's stand for a sandwich..While then
agriculture he complained of feel/rig 111 and I

the Winter committee Haven meeting, reported of the to asked -friend to go to She trip.I .
Grapefruit Growers' nlcipal light and power plant near
I by for his son Ralph filbert Reed
The association's campaign will who works there. Mr. Reed u <
continue With Increased momentum t dead when his son arrived
Mr. Adams said. Twenty-I I lie and.his wife. Mrs. Nellie n W tT
grocery companies I Reed, moved to Redland tIPI
reported that I
their advertising I their home In Freemopt 11i
featuring grapefruit had Increased about nix ?cars ago. TheI i
their sales of grapefruit from | previously been mending I'
one hundred to five hundred per winters here for some time H<

cent wan n retired plumbing control Y
I and since living In Redland t t'''
Boss pro Tem : done extensive wood and ot '

Brown: "And let me tell you, old work.
boy, I'm master In my own home.''1| Mrs.Roed. who Is a. slstri i G. Ball of Homestead pi"m II i
Green; 'Quite, my wife's away, I remain at her home in Hefts! ,-.'
tool"-caliary! (Alta.) Hf-rald I I I Pall bearers were: Henry Brook

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: ; tHE LEADER-ENTERPRISE, 1 fLORIDA .....I I Iifu.4l: m Rural Common Sense'

r Published Fridays it Homo-i!I By Spuds Johnson

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: j Publishing Co, ""ft-vt (JAM" ",'\IU-J.S. SwTflll G "I AM THE FARMER'Th '.;
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.' I I MN ARCHIE __ Editor' _j farmer himself often

t MARJORIE LEACH ARCHER ,i I not stop to think just what ass 1
AoMdat Editor portent part he plays in the dif
-," .. I Ii of the people about him. bow <

EnleMd a* second das matt i I -- sentlal his occupation really

Matter Mired .. 1912. at the post!! ---r- The urban dweller, however,
not unmindful. of his debt to tilt
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office at Homestead. Florida i
farmer and often gives voice to
.; Uw act of March S, 1579.SL'8. .4"1' ;
I his sentiment The following 'b

I ,games P. McDonald editor ot thij
PRICE. ,ItM A TEAR Star-Tribun at Weverly.Igan. M1c
I oa'ceco* sums up the case pretty well

cErt r 'fi.OZlOh-' In the following words, I
.s.tufr s
; Was It You? I <&/** varusf < I am the provider for all mal\

kind--upon me every human beIng
Some one started the whole day I CORltantd.pend... A world

.' wrong I Itaelf 1* buildeoT upon my toil i
; Was It you? 1
products my honesty ,
a Some one robbed the day of ttt
\ Because of my industry, Arner
song- ,, lea, my country leads the world;
WHit ? 'y
you ...J' .. Her prosperity Is maintained b
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Early\ this morning torn one -. ... .V me; her great commerce b the]
frowned; work of my good hand; her balance]
{ Some one sulked until others of trade springs from the furrows]
cowled ,of my farm "

And some harsh words were passed 0X1W.ark My reaper brings food for
l' around I day; my plow holds promise to

Was It you' < tomorrow.In .
f I war I am absolute; In peace]
Some started the day aright GtMIHO I am Indispensable countrr'laure.t
Was It you' IS 4 SAS defense and constant
Some one made It happy and % 1I.nc.

bright ) I am the very soul of Amer
Was It you" I CWll .CJ.' tI the hope of the race the balan

wheel of civilization
Early this morning, we are told. I
When I prosper men are hap.]
Some one smiled all through the
9 py: when I fall all the world suffers.
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The smile encouraged and O
old- I I live with Nature walk In the]
fields under the
Was It you? green golden sunlight
I out In the great alone where!
Anonymous I brain and brawn and toil supply!

mankind's primary need. AndJ

7,238 Aged Now on Pen, I try to do-my humble part to cry
I out the great plan of GodEven ; .
sion Roll the bird are my eompu

Iou, they: greet me with I symphony
More than seven thousand
people at the now day's:, dawn and
were put on the old age pen- chum with; me 'tU evening ors

sion roll during the first three I is said. ,

months fallowing the Inaugurationof THE KINCJTSI to a tropical flab and fa slat tae demand of the Government that' 1 If It were-not for m* the trtai.]

the plan In Florida October 1,I) related! to the Spanish Mackerel. but ia of the Indiana evacuate Florida. II* was' 'ure lot the earth would remain...
surely locked the granaries would
and it la expected: that at least I| s more aomber hue. and ,comes in 1mbon in 1804 on the Chattahoockee River, useless framest man himself J
numbers to the toast of Florida in Georgia and belonged to a branch of
1.000 more wilt be added during mouse would b* doomed speedily to ex.
.' according to the Florida from November to April, during dick the Creek Indians who had removed to' unction, o* decay

Social Welfare Review. Eligible time it ia caught by trolEng. While its Florida. Famous as the governing apirit Through m* .ta produced th* to?

) persona will be added ao rapidly maximum weight la approximately 1& of the great Florida Seminole War, Oaceola orgy thai maintain the spark Hof

a* poMlbl until tile respective| pounds. it only averages about T pounds. l ia noted for.his great courage, deterBrfnatioB lif*. .l'

county quotas are reached. Each I!' It is a wonderful game fish OH the rod shill and bravery. In the fall I rile with- the early dawn i and '

county quota Is baaed upon the and win take fly or bait on long caata. ef 1837, b* was captured in violation of retire when the 'chores' of,the]

t amount of money appropriated by Stout copper or braaa win should to fastthe sanctity of a flag of truce and imprisoned world are done '\
the county for the quarter I' I am friend.
in the old fort at st. Augustine. your
ened to the hook to withstand the numerous
i After county's; quota has been I I am the farmer.
sharp teeth of the Kingfiah.OSCEOLA'S Later he was moved to Fort Moultrie near __
reached eligible will be
persona a
Charleston, where shortly afterwards he
i put on a waiting list from which I rank and birth[ were humble died of grief and disappointment over the '

names will be taken as vacancies and obscure but he dared nevertheless reWt cause of his people. CHURCHMENContinued :
occur en the pension rolls ThesereplHcemotiei
will; be taken Ind i I !

; chronological order according to I I holic's ease," said Dr Cow Us, Halving of Grapefruit Freight RatesI. ( From Page One}
the dates oil which names wereplaced "
runs aa a rule this way: 'I have Meal manner. You must surprise.
on the wetting list V.c.nIclat '.I been drinking to greater or less I Sought Emergency Grower Relief I. people one In a while, too to keep]
de.Uor' as
4x ur by reason of extent all my life I stood liquor I their Interest"
removal I because of a change In
I perfectly until about five or six -- The mayor and members of the|
the ligibllltv 1 status Since prtbber
15, when the first checks were i I year* sea, Beginning at that time OrlandOi Jan 20-In a statewide Gov Cene Indicated that he will city council present were induced
mailed there have been 84 deaths alcohol made me drunk My whole move to secure "Emergency" continue working for growers' best by Chairman Fiflcld, aswere ]
personality changed. I began la goon I freight rates on Florida grapefruit Interest. In co-operation with also heads of cl:1\ ir o"'
among> pt'n.lonplenlt and :3C
removals for other ressoni one debauch after another in r. -low enough to male it possible citrus leaders and the governorhas lions Two orchestra numbers]
spite of my resolutions. My per. ton growers to market their issued a proclamation In whichhe were played by a trio composed !
Pension checks were sent to sonality' would seem to change big crop before H falls to the' states that "an emergency of Dr. H S Wolfe George Trick
7,139 on December 31. This was even a few days before I started r ground: and wastes--tltrus leaderswill exists for the Immediate relief of and Mr*. Joseph Elder. '
a lain of nearly 1,000 over the to drink I noticed a cunning be conferring at Washington the grapefruit Industry of this The meeting was opened with
number who recelvevd checks in I[quality In myielt was restless anal 'during the remainder of CIlia week state through further loweringof prayer by the Rev E L 1Iellon;
October. The average monthly,excited. I felt that one drink would with Washington: authorities who freight rates from all producing pastor of the First Pre.bwrlaDChurcla.
grant for the state as a whole In I I not trouble me; I felt eertato I ass to a position to assist in presenting sections *t the state to all northern of Homestead, and closed I

December was $10.83 as.comparedto I I could control It I would! resolveto the needs .( Florida's eastern and western consuming with prayer by the Rev. James]
$1040 la October mark the bottt and to tale growers before the Interstate Cbm- markets ot the United States." Cloonan, pastor of Sacred Heart. ]
counties increased their payments only two drink, but who I .bad mere Cwnmiasloiu. according to -- Catholic ChurchAudience ,
for the quarter starting January. had the two drinks the bottle was announcement here today from

not enough I then became lord Thos D. Guthrie traffic managerfor FLOOD RELIEF to Guess Sin
Science Studies Alcohol of .U: above the law, spending hty the Growers and Shippers
Causing Most\ Sadness]
money recklessly! ranging from League of Florida.

'Tew people realize how many ifina brother to another I woe .violently I Th* Interstate Commerce Commission (Continued From Page One JBe.ch "What Sin Causes the Most Sad.
{ person die every year from alcohol has authority to place
Jealous of
my wife suspectIng "
and Miami Her services ness Oi Homestead? will io th<
or go Into Insane asylums, her of this or Unit however such "emergency" rates on grapefruit -
i never to com out again," Dr. Edward good t woman she might bo. At In effect Mr Guthrie explained were offered as e contribution to theme oi tile Rev Homestead A. A. ICoestline'esermon Methodist

Spencer Co".ls, director of first I would go on a debauch only and the Washington conferences the local Hood relief fund. at the evening

Park Avenue hospital In.:Now York once In three months, then every will pave the way form Bettyjan was a featured attraction Church Sunday thing
City, told members of the American speedy presentation of growers' If you could remove one
two month and now It la
every at the Miami uiumore that
from the world the thing
Association for the week or every other week I have needs at the nation' capital. Hotel In Cent Gables, and at Palm causes the most sadness, what
ment of Science :,Adv.nce-I I no powW.lo itosr it I caanot attend Having already enlisted the aid Beach she performed at the Palm would It be?" said Mr. Koestlino
.Ion In AtlantiC City. to business regularly I lose of Gov. Cone and all Florida departments Beach Hotel and the Monterey in announcing his topic. "Wlld.in

"The actual mortality one job after another. I am losing of state in this move Hotel. She la booked for return breaks the most heart and causes

In my belief If not greater than art my detent fronds I am no I for "emergency" rates growers engagements with these and with I the most tears to fall" &
t from cancer" he declared. "Ac i longer to. to depended upon' ". and citrus shippers are reported the Whitehall Hotel. She I Is to The first two correct answers

curate statistics are not available I Dr. Cowle. welt known for his' optimistic over prospects for reduced make a picture for Warner Bros to the message question Sunday
The reason low this la that the disease research work in the field of psychiatry charges on grapefruit during aa soon as a suitable vehicle is night will receive a bouquet of
Is regarded as a disgrace and summed up his remarks the remainder ot the season found Mr. Saville said. flowers. Each person u requested
the alcoholic takes on some other' before the _Portion with this Fruit men state that lInn rates Two cars of grapefruit will be to write hi* name and answer om

such as hemorrhage of conclusion: ;"If the medical pro i'are (approximately) halved, that sent to flood sufferers by the Lions paper and give this to the usher .'
the brain, delusional insanity, or II II1IY"om fession ean b* made to understandthat several million boxes of tine Florid Club of the Redlxnd District, directors the door. .-'
\ Infectious disorder, under which chronic alcoholism it not amoral : grapefruit win find no market of the club voted at a Dr. C. K Vliet .f Miami will
his death to recorded. distase, but and will become loss to the state's
a brain disease, I meeting Wednesday Those who preach at the morning service
less, these patient have Neverthe-r then will be less showing off In grapefruit producers. I will contribute fruit for this shipment and the business session of the,
i diseased brain caused ] one individual vying with another After having already "lOne to I are asked to notify J. a Kick- third quarterly conference will beheld
\'The history of I as to who can drink more." | bar' for Florida citrus growers'on, W I. Flak or E. a Oallaher In the church at 1:30: o'clock..,
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IIl1lJ1mnnUIDmmmnmUIm!> > GROVE: THtUTUC. SUNDAY, Episcopalian to Hold
I MONDAY, TUESDAY JAN, It,, Best Work Done by Those Who Work
FE&l. t. Annual Election Feb. 3 I I

20 Years Ago1II1111111UIRIHIllmlllllllllllllllllllllllt r'1 Way Through College, Survey Shows _

I St John' Episcopal Church will -
hold Its annual election of officers Gainesville Jan. 28-The boy Will Semi Offering

l and convention delegate Wednesday who has to work his way through To Seminary StudentsThe

TM _"s ..... ... teasftacen evening; at %30 o'clock, announces college does better class work than
,... ,.... .. the a..e.e.d the chap wile can lit back and not
a....._ .wiw.d Weft I a. tai.rr the Rev. Milton B Sack: have to earn hit three aaeal a day. tint Baptist Church of
sea rarea sad ett vicar of the church. Homestead will take
an offeringat
n.ad.r.-ld Oft tl, lass whit Ik* ._ Furthermore, he will take I heavier
:Report will be received from scholastic load. the Sunday: service for students
of the Baptist Theological Semi-
e t alt church organisation, and Dean of Student B. A. Tolbert
-"Thefollowing were Installedat nary at Louisville Ky.; the pastor,
baa lust completed a check of students ;
Mr. Sackrtt will outline the work
I ipeciat meeting at the W. Q. In the university last the Rev. C N. Walker, announcedjreiterday.
W. J Owen in. prospect for the coming year. year. .
W. January 10th; He discovered that of 2700' students ,
Past Cbn. Com.; A. H. Vfildln. Can an average of 30.U hour of The ewnlnary I* In the flooded
Com.; C. W. Little, Adv. Lieut.: I DuMond Monkey Jangle work was taken In the classroom, distrklaid Mr. Walker. According -
J. U. Free, Banker; J. VT. English, and that the grade wu U4; that to a wire received from Allen
Clerk; W. r Penningtotv Eeeort; Has 5th Blessed EventThe of the 36. student who held NY A West of Homestead who II a student -
J. B. Tower, M. D., Physician! ; lobs, the average noun taken was there the boys moved out
R. R. Nixon Watchman; B. L. fifth blessed event at the 3242 and the scholastic average Monday and all the week, day and
Joiner,Sentry; J. E.: Cochran, C. L DuMond Tropical Monkey Jungleon 1.504 ,eight have* been doing rescue
Fuchs, S. H. Fitch Manager; M. Hainlln drive took place Tuesday The university has nearly three work, be- said ao a surprise gift
Q. Simmons, when a baby was born to Big
Deputy thouaand students but only 481 of money: will probably be moat
-"Last Wednesday evening Ml ,Bad.one ot the Java monkey that ,welcome.
and Mm. Ceo. L. Reynolds entertained o ream the jungle at win but always I tories.
their Sunday school clan show uy at feeding time.
I shows that the students who live than student
at their home) on First street The da'asawaf esnmers'sardjl'.j. This U Big Barfs second] baby; groups anywhere
In the "donna" have better ebe..
party was in the form of a hand 'erotic KATHERINE JJfIUEtM her tint wa born on Oct. 4, 1934. grader
kerchief shower for the bride and :11/117 '
IJ'OOn.to-be, Mr. John E. Doney
and Miss Ada Morgan. Those' Twtnlteth Century-Fax'..
present were: Mr. and M.... E. amasie,\"Banjoaoh1MyTKxer":. low grade surplus grapefruit. but FREEComplete
.Wright the Waleif' Ado Morgan, 'alirA = 1 II .leas attained sufficient whineto
Gertrude Morgan, Ifodeaa' Mover,I WYCK.r.rJ!J9LIMcCKM., become itself I competitor with lubrication with every car washed
Blanche Lloyd, Mn. E. G. Sturrup fresh fruit on the market.
G. r. Raven, J. J:. Doney, Frank JPC 1 Tinunon call attention to the and polished. We call for and deliver.
:Rue, Roy Flora, Tom Edwards, fact that the present program has
:Runes Mosor; Hugh Johnston, Government to Bur been designed to help the grower, BUD'S SERVICE STATION
Tom Gravevs Harold Craves, and Grapefruit Juice especially the one with small
E. G. Sturrup." acreage. The outlook I* for continued -
-='O* Thursday I shower wu In Relief Program increase in production of SUNOCO PRODUCTS
!given at the home .f Mrs Tom Gainesville J.. 18-The purchase grapefruit during the next several Itestk Viewer .* Flute UennaUad Fla.e .
Brooke In honor of Mite Ada of canned grapefruit by thefederal :yean, and: stabilization of the
Morgan, whose marriage to John government for distribution -: market Is Imperative.
Dortey announced for Saturdaythe to relief clients, I program II --- -- --
20th. . to begin probably February 1, ..
-"A. R. Livingston sent his Ford should have a salutary effect on I
to CapeSable last Tuesday, going the grapefruit market this .season I
by rail to Long Key and from say D. E. Tlmmoniv economist"' t
thence by boat. Wednesday the with the State Agricultural Extension -
first trip was made around the Service. f71AvoUkI
Cape Sable country with Frank Recent announcement by the
Powers at the wheel and "Uncle Agricultural Adjustment AdminIstration -
Steve" Roberta a* passenger. The indicate an Intention to CRO I
route took In Snake Bight. Sable purchase around 1,100,000 cases of .,
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Creek and Coot Bay. It required canned grapefruit juice for the
' two hour to make the distance federal Surplus Commodities
from the club house to 'Uncle Corporation by the middle of
Billy's but the Ford did it In IS March. Juice bought. for this purpose -
minutes.. There are about ;30 milesof I will be that canned from fruit
'navigable' roads In the Cape 'ought from growers subsequentto
Sable section." January. No juice from fruit
-"Th. :Rain or Shine Club met I purchased prior to that time will
at the home of Mrs. H. R. Pridgen ''be accepted.It .
on Wednesday last. They sewed, I I* Intended that the minimum
planned a luncheon for next week, price which canners will pay for
and arranged for their exhibit in I this fruit will be 31 cents per ..firL
February. Those present were: standard Florida field box on the
Mrs. Lanier, Mrs. Lehman, Mr*. tree. Similar purchases of grape
Edward,M.... Fort, and the Misses fruit juice are to be made in Tex
Lindgren Fuchs and Nixon, and '
( Mrs. K. R Pridgen." I as.The grapefult surplus problem
f f"Homer McKay and Mu Ruby constitutes the largest agricultural
' Hunt were married in Miami a surplus problem hi the United
few day ago and have taken up ,States today, in the opinion of
their residence In their own home Jesse W. Tapp, executive vice-
1n Moore Haven where Mr. McKay ,president of the Federal Surplus .
Is engaged in business." Commodities Corporation and also
.The Florida City council met In !an official of the AAA. He has
regular session on Tuesday: evening !,stated that If, before the end of the
ot last week, president Soling grapefruit marketing season, additional -
presiding. Those present were: measures are necessary to
J. H. Simmons, S. S. Shields, X. tt 'protect, the Interest of the growers
Reese and Edward StllIn,. FrankA. the federal government will
: Roberts, clerk, and R. B. Schal- be ready to work them out with I CROWN GASOLINE 1s7nt
lern attorney Fred C. Henn representatives of the industry.
and Frank L. Skill were elected Grapefruit juice canning at
aldermen of the Town of Florida
City acre tract cleared Just west at his } 4lf
-"V. U. Grinnell Is having I 5- ... preparatory to building." < is (out -J=tl

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Announcing Popularity and leadership come If you want to get the full, keen

..',. .:- only where popularity and leadership performance out of your car
t : ) are tut CROWN that the makers built into -do

The Arrival of a Shipment of the Newest and GASOLINE is Florida' largest. as the greatest number of Florida

10 .. selling motor-fuel year after motorists doe and give your car \

Best in Snail Electrical :Appliances I year, because Florida motorists the extra pourer of CROWN

have found that GASOUNE..Pullin'CROWN
gives them at the neatest Standard

top performance at Oil dealer's and

THENEWRANGETTERedland See bottom price. II try a tankf ui.

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That la why these cannot be a ot fruit and. vegetables to the Young' People.to Hear Episcopal: Woman's Auxiliary W
I QUEER BEHAVIOR communistic form of government I Lions Den and place them In the Episcopal Missionary have heard Miss Paine speak, she His
I without a dictatorship. The de-. car which has been designated to a well educated and interesting "
airs for personal independence deliver them to the home Wed .-- speaker. "
1 JS EXPLAINED TO la another Important force in the nesday morning The driver will Mis Margaret Paine, an Episcopal The program will be under tile 'k'
lives of ell make a report at the next meet- missionary who pent 18 direction of Mrs. Edw. Walton, .r !
president of the Young People's
CLUBBYWAGNERSelfishness Pear causes more unhappiness i ing. years In Japan will address theRedland Service League, which has chargeof ;
". than any other one thing; yet, according -I Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Donald District Young People's the program. Miss Rose Caves t
I to the speaker, a certain Talbott and Miss Arvada Webster I Union when it meets In the St. will conduct the devotional. .,JI
and Embarrassment amount of It Is necessary to prevent I I of Homestead, H. N. Fairbanks 'John's Episcopal Church Sundayat Everyone is invited to attend.
i Do Strange foolhardinees. Embarrassment -: of Miami Beach and D. T. 6:30: p. m.According. '. I ,.
i will cause both children and I McConnell of MiamI. to members of the I WANT ADS PAY-TUY TILEMI i!
; Things to :MenThe adults to do strange things, he said. --- 4 "
Love la one ot the most Im- I ,'
4 t various motives that cause I I portant forces. Love of a man
:.. E human actions were explained at I for a woman or the love of a woman REMAND BRAND FERTILIZERS ,
<4< the ladles' night meeting of the for a man affects most lives ,
1 ,: Redland District Lions Club Tuesday from the time that a boy begins \iI
night by Carl Wagner principal "dressing up* for the benefit of i
I, of the Redland Farm Life some small girt And greatest ot FOR CITRUS AND TRUCK a ,
( j School, In a short talk entitled, all is love of the ..Infinite love of
\ "Why We Act the Way We Da" Lift, In other words, love of God,'
:' Many acts are traced to selfish Mr. Wagner said. CROPSOur
; t ness he said. Even In doing thingsto I 'A Mastery of Healing, ," a motion
I make others happy, man Is beIng picture taken In Palestine, V,
selfish, because it gives him was shown by Leo. L. Peyser.
formulas to meet the needs of Dade
happiness to bring pleasure to Stanley Wittkop sang two popular are prepared
others. numbers' accompanied by Mrs.
"We each have within us a desire Wittkop at the piano. The pro- County soils. Insecticides and fungicides carried in
I ., to be admired or at least noticed gram numbers were announced by
( by others, and will do anythingto W. L risk. r '
get the notice of our fellows," The'eleventh wedding anniversary stock and mixed as desired. '. .
said Mr. Wagner. He cited the of Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Smith
1 t, I example of the school boy who is ;was recognized.A \
not brilliant enough to obtain the : plan for making weekly deliveries -
16 t attention of others through good of fruit and vegetables to Florida East Coast Fertilizer Co.Manufacturers i;
It work and rather than be unnoticed the Dade County branch of the
f attracts unfavorable attention by I Children's Home Society of Flor-I Redland Brand Fertilizers '
", pranks such as throwing chalkand ida was presented by George Swan. "
I erasers. I 1 The eight members of the committee PHONE II FRANK & RUE, Mgr HOMESTEAD, FLA.
I [ The motive of ownership la t Iro charge will be made team 1 \
that causes much greed and trou-I I captains with each Lion on a team. MANGANESE DISTRIBUTORS
ble In the world,he said. Every Tuesday night, the mem-
,one desires to own something. bers will- -take-their contributions :,

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-. Friday, January 29,1937 THE LEADER.ENTERPRISE Pairs Seven

1 i I italhont gave a bridg-lumrhon In end Robert C. Muether of Detroit{I r
Mia Don*'* honor Saturday arrived Friday to visit Mn. Quln- H. II. S. NOTESNELLA

d In and Jlround I Mr. and Mn John Greenberg of a ITs abort sister time Mrs.before Walter. going Schutt to Miami for MULL School Editor ; l'l'The

St. Louis and Mr. and Mn & Kal- Iw the season. HighSchool

Sermon of Springfield 111, were Homestead
visitors at the home of Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Sam SUverIJtaIr -. basketball town will play StfcM
t Homestead Mrs R. H. Done Sunday. son and daughter Mr. and Memorial team, a ofaurch teem. *'
Mrs. S. S. SIlverman and con, Ronnie Th boys will to next Wedn- ,<
and Mr. and Mrs. Max O'Koon :
Brayton Case, an agricultural day to Jacksonville where they will
I miswonary who baa charge of an were Sunday guests of Mayor and play tile Robert E. Lee team, An- *
Mrs. M. Silverman. drew Jackson team and other
agricultural school and experiment
Mrs. Lamar Dickinson was tak- and Mrs. Frank Schneider. Her

*, en to the Dade County hospital at father Harry Bowman, will arrive station In Burma visited the Subtropical Mrs. E. A. Warren and daugh- The home economics laboratory
Station heN
i Kendall on Friday for an operation by ti a In-Feb. 7 to spend two Experiment ascertainwhat ter. Jerrydean, and Mrs. Wm. ba several new pieces of equip. }
weeks with Mr. and Mn A. Monday afternoon to
performed Monday. She here Brook" visiting friend and i
was are
Which _.. There are one down nation \
varieties of mango, citrus,
to be able to return to her O Raab. Both have spent most relative in Miami. They wool]
hopes and vegetable to take back with dishes, one dozen pie plates, one \
of their recent wlnten here.
week. Wednesday will return Sat
next and
home him to improve his existing va 1 dozen cups and saucers, onehaltdozen J
I rieties. urday. I pyrex custard cup, live i!
Mr. and Mrs. Sewell Harlin of Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Selfert have I small earthen war mixing bowl. ;
Glasgow, Ga., and their daughter, been 111 with flu at their home this Mr. and Mn. Ceo. Quinlf of Detroit one-half dozen small brushes, one
of HlhaleSprlnl
Mrs. Emma Cheney
June, ere spending a few weeks week. and their three children left dozen cork, five dover egg beater
Vt., who hat been spending -
Tuesday for Florida where
her as guest of Mr. and Mrs. City and a mop. (
I several week with Mr.
will visit
they relatives
Howard Johnson. Mn. H. L. Heath has a* a guest, Mr. Fritz Jackson on Plummer -
her sister, Mn. Grace Kreinus, I Sine the pupils have found out .. t i
for St
drive left Wednesday I
Mr. and Mn. J. M. Herman
Mrs. Cuss! Joiner Is In the Dade I who plans to stay till the middleof Petersburg and other places on I Grand their examination grade, some "
Rapids Mich., camped in
of them are smiling white other
County Hospital at Kendall convalescing February.Mrs. the west coast where she will visit' Florida City Tuesday and Wed- 1
ar looking aid. However
from an operation performed for several weeks before she nesday.Mr. very ;
Jan. 18.' During her absence I Wilhkm Grantham and little leave for the North. we're all glad the e/am are over t :

her sister-in-law, Mr*. J. son. returned Tuesday and Mrs. John G. Haines of
A. Wesson, I* in charge of the from a week's visit in Plant City Miss.Bobby Summerlin, Sammy Rockport Ind., were Tuesday Lectures at Shanklin '

SemInole Hotel and Tampa, with relatives. Torels and Wilson end Corers guest of J. A. Sever). Grove Begin TuesdayDr. :

Cash were In the Port Graduate ,
Mr. and Mr*. Geo. A. West areA C. R. Mason Florida representative r
tonsil Mrs. Annie Silverman
foe and
hospital Saturday operation ton, Lloyd C. Shankliu and his ;
entertaining Mr. West's sister, Mr* of the Burpee Seed Co. was In *. Ben, left Saturday for their home In wife Dr. Irene JShanJiUn, announcea '
H. T. .Cor IU of Douglas, Ga., who Homestead on business yesterday.Mr. .i Brooklyn.
series of four lecture each week ;
arrived Sunday and his brother \
Mrs Landon Carney who under-
In "Food Element
and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. A. J. Miller who went an operation In University Mn. E. A. Durrance of West for February Health and on Longevity-Harmonloui :
S. D. West of New London, Conn., have, been' visiting In Homesteadfor I
hospital recently Is now able to be Palm Beach and her Infant son. Feeding for Your Type."
who arrived Wednesday.Mr. three month expect to leave :
Edward this
are visiting
up. The lecture will be given on
Saturday for their home In Mus- week with Mn. Durrance
parents and at 2.30 !
Tuesdays Thursday :
and Mr*. W. O. Bryant and I kegon Mich. Mrs. A> B. Core of Eureka I II Mr. and Mn. H. N. Brown. and S p. m. at the Shanklin groveon ;
their niece, Nell Hobbs, arrived
spending this week with her sis- Palm and Redland '
Thursday of last week,from Blake- Miss Allis Ritch of Eau Oallle avenue ;
ter, Mrs.' R. H. Groover In Homestead > He: "It was very considerate of: road In Florida City i
ly O*., to visit in Homestead until former Homestead resident, arrived .
Jones to buy his wife wash.. The to Invited to attend
a new public ;
about March 1.. Mr. Bryant I* here Monday td spend two "
Ing machine. these free lecture and to inspectthe
a former police chief of Home- I week with friend and relatives. :
Jack Coyle who live In Miami
She: "Sure wail The old one grove with Its health food
stead. I I. visiting Wlllard and Louise made so much noise he couldn't manufacturing plant and its variety
McCormick returned I i
Barnes during the week-end. "
sleep. -Ex. of Interesting tropical plant,
Mr. and Mn. M. Kupperman of Wednesday from Pahokee where '
Bradley N. J., and their daughter he hat been spending the past
Rita arrived Monday to spend a five weeks with friends. H* will FLORIDA CITY

month with Mr. and Mrs. Max be employed on the Overseas Highway Mr .
W. W. SeveryCorreapondeet.
Losner. Mrs. Kupperman 1* Mr: beginning Feb. 1. ROSE BUSHESChoice
Loner's ,aunt.* ,-

Goo Oxford of Jacksonville Is Mn. Alvin Green and daughter quality number one grade, two years old
Mr*. Harry Stanton of Beach- expected to arrive today to spend Miss Mary Green of Cordele, Ga,
wood N, J., mother of Mrs. Jos. a week with his brother and sister- arrived Wednesday for a short $1.00( per dozen prepaid .
DuMontf.. I* pending the winter in-law, Mr.and Mn Harold,Ox- Visit with her brother-in-law and '
In Miami aiuf visiting much 111 the" *" slsteiMr and Mrs/H; N. Brown. : Red Radiance Mnkkadlanoe cerumbla"Lord '
time at the DuMond dome on ? t. : ? (. OurlemontEtoll Mrs.-Chas. Bell Be4tr Vprlclutrd
HaltUn drive I. R. H. Don and H. VI.'Ashbyo'f Mrs.'E. J.'Rhode* and Mr. and de Holland Mm*. Butterfly Pre II. Hoover.
Redland Appliance attended a'p"- Mn. Pi S. Bowman have returnedfrom E. 0. inn *" BriareUff Luxembourg
Go). K. A. Victoria
Ophelia Retire
Mr..and Mn. J. W. Shouw have view showing of the 1937 St.wart.IWllmer Miami after a visit of several ,001. DawnCaledonia ftunbunt Abol

returned from their Lawrence- lineof refrigerators radios weeks with relative Mm*. Jules Bouehe Talisman
burg K,., home to spend a few and other electrical productsat
.s. month at Mornlngsld, their win the Alcazar Hotel Ins Miami Mr. and Mr*. Barley Dendy announce Climbers and Semi-Climbers
ter home on North Krome avenue. Wednesday Dealers from Fort the arrival on Saturday
Pierce south were present to hearan at the Post-Graduate hospital!, of Faul'a Scarlet F. 1C. DruichklKararhal Paul Neyron
Mr. and Mn. P. C. Gilham of address by Sidney Rogovln district a seven and a halt pound daughter NeU Clf. Red Radiance CI,. Talisman
Atlanta will be guest of Mr. and manager and other Stewart- who bal been named Jean Clf. Claudius Fennel
Mrs. P. B. Bird next week. Warner executives. CaroL Mn. Dendy and daughter
returned to their home here Wed- Polyanthas or Baby Roses
The Rev. A. A. Koestlin will Miss Esther Done was the guest nesday.
return tomorrow from Lakeland of Miss Ruth Dlestelhont of Coral CecU Brunei Golden Salmon Ellen Paulson

where he went to attend a bishop's Cable last week-end. Mill Dies- Mr. and Mrs R. Qulnif and IOn Ideal
crusade conference of the Methodist -
Church. Lone Star Rose Bush CompanyTyler

Mrs. Bertha Edwards I I. recovering Opening series Free Health Lectures Feb. 2. Texas
from a four-week illness at
her home on Redland road.F. TUESDAYS 1:11 AND P. M.. THURSDAYS 1:11 AND P M.
--"" e Continuing through February 4 lecture each week on
Cal. Bullard returned Tuesday FEEDING FOR YOUR TYPE. EVERYONE WEL
from a business trip to.Rldgoland, 00

Palm venue at Redland road' It mt west III Florida City
McMahon of Asheville
Miss Thelma -
has come to visit Mr. and
Mr*. J. W. Gilmer until May. (

Mn. W. D. Coker and Mn. W. THE WORLD'S GOOD NEWSwill

B. Caker spent Monday night and .
eats M your horn every day through
Tuesday fishing at Jew Creek
where their husband are engaged THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR .

in commercial fishing. Ji Inlmtlitntt Daily Miut.ti. ,,

I = .w.0 Ise pier Van Was.. ::==: .wr.resM..,r, ....a0.n i.. ::Ware,M. /., .
Miss lisle Bowman of .
Phlla- i.Immltr i. ON "-IV ftm $a bow was &a the -
delparfa arrived by boat Tuesday' ---: IN W-Ir ...-.. ...-.

to spend several, month with. Mr. ;-CkrMM-fcMort-rublUMn-;.;;* (' """'--- -'

CM. Soar stew. BMM, MimclmiOsPtou
rtw *i MkmtcUw M TIM CkrMloa eMM Monitor IMTC'WM WHEN YOU BUY THEWhy

Let Us lull*.iMllltln SBMilhlMM*jlMMlM'':=ape: n.IBMthMiWttJHttt .t UUMtM.

Case ---.-.- ,. -.- take chancel with unknown rssoc
RejuvenateYour .;---- == I blade?Put your money on known quality, e Y
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Car I brads This blade 1* ground boned e' lvt I

I and stropped by special process. It'l mad 'A Ar t hi

Wood Work I WELDING SHOP to whisk off wiry Whiskers without the iCiht-

est skla-puB or Irritation. Yet It sells at 4 (1\ '" ;( ifI
Fender Repairs
Body, I PRINCETON FLA. for 1041 l Buy a package of Probak Jr. Cram i '

Tops and Trimming 1 your dealer today and am money on shave

Seat Cover I Portable Electric and Acetylene Welding OB Cylinder Blocks.

I PaintingArt's Cylinder Heads, Aluminum Castings and Boilers.

I Automotive MacUn Repairing-Catering I* garage la male PROBAKJUNIOR "

i bearing peering aDd aligned roaming, conceding red pouring

Paint Shop and boring and cylinder boring.

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I .. I Social Events in South Dade. .


I The Calendar I I

Jan. 28-RaIn or Shine luncheon --

universal seclusion to which the lick room" meeting with Mr*. C. J. Parman. Matron Louise_ Harris field, Mr Bert Hardy, Mr*. Bert

women la India have been subject Mr*. Parker Illustrated her talk Jan. 28 Meeting of ttedland and other member of Ad Astra Branch, Mr*. Louise Sykcs, Mr*.

1* gradually: breaking, and buiU with enperlenee of her work asa Ladle Aid in Redland Community chapter of the O. E. S. entertained Mary Oldendorf, Mr*. hut Reynold
ness nut profeslonal women are medical missionary Christianity Church. Mr. Ethel C. Turner of St. Petersburg *, Mr*. W. M. Bradley, Mr*.

appearing in the cities, especially a* well a* education I* needed Jan. 30 Third annual Pres worthy grand matron of Wm. M. John, Misses Esther and

among the Parsee In families that to unfetter and uplift the woman- ident's Birthday Ball at Homestead Florida, at a'banquet at the Homestead Helen Livingston, Mia Alice Ma-

t have been Chrtottanlaed Mr*. W. hood of India she said Country Club. Country Club Monday even- comber Mia France Dabney,

J. Parker who pent 14 year In Mr*. W. B. Mill, music supervisor Jan. 3 :-Redlallc1 District Young Ing.The Ralph Moon and L. L, Gore.

million service IB Bengal, Jut: presented a harmonic People' Union meeting in Episcopal banquet table were attractively At the chapter: meeting which

India, told members of the Home quartet composed of Howard West, Church at 8.30 p. m. decorated in red bougainvillea followed! the banquet the red and

stead Business and Professional Charles Steffanfr, James Dodson Feb. Meeting of South Dad and fern. green color scheme WM repeatedIn

Women' Club and their guests at'and Harry Bowen In several selection Garden Club at homo of. Mr*. Ceo.E. Other guests of honor were Mr*. the decoration, which were

a meeting held In the American *. Deual at I o'clock.! Nancy: Rlckard of Miami, peat Hawaiian In nature.
Legion hall Monday evening. Mrs. S. L. West gave a groupof Feb. 2-W. M. & meeting In grand matron; Mr*. Jennie V. Core Four little girls Johnnie Low
Mr. B. L, -
Mra Vine Betterley of Hialeah, abort reading Bigger Methodist Church at i p. .*, of Little River, grand Instructor, Harris Barbara Jeaa. Wakefield
district director, WM present to played the accompanimentsfor Feb. S-W. M. U circle meetIng and Miss Lillian Fahneatock ofMiami Mary Catherine Suber and Jennie

present the clubl charter and to the club song *. grand marshal Hardy, dressed hi grass skirt and
install offlcen. The National reds Mr*. Bettcrley give the president Feb. I Supper Club meeting at Present aim were: Mr. and Mrs leis served a* attendant to tbe-

eratloa of Business and Proteaalon-I a hand-bag size gavel for .T. J roust home. I Ceo. W. Turner Jr... Mr. and Mr grand matron and presented heir

al I Women' Clubs founded In the club, and the club gave Mrs. Feb. Amerkao Legion Aux I W. B. Caves, Mr and Mr*. A. R. with,a white let. Jennie Hardy

1919, has a membership of more Betterley an orchid corsage. nary meeting In Legion hall at Livingston, Mr. and Mr*. Clark made a little: presentation speech.
than sixty thousand the explained i After the program Mr*. Rice, Sp 111.Feb.. I WithereB.Miami Mr*. L.A.rennet a* she gave the chapter'- gift and)

and there are now 23 International refreshment committee chairman, Meeting of Presbyterian of NaWiKMr*. Florence CoU ''a Hawaiian dancing doll to Mr*.
served cake and .
federation group punch. Woman'- Auxiliary at J. M. Hoi- bern of Pennsylvant Mr*. A. R. Turner.
A tevea-braached antique can- The next meeting of the club forty home. Meybemv Mr. Cha Turner, Mr*. Mr*. W. a Talbott of Naranja
will be held Feb 8 at B o'clock
delabra held the candies used in on Feb. Meeting of Homestead R. W. Mulllne, Mrs. Harold Shef- served a* organist
In the home of Mr*. Gauzen
the installation ceremony for the a V. W. C. at home of Mr.*. J. E.

new officers: Mra. Flora D. Myert, Gaiuens. 8UB-DEBS MATE BANQUET Meybem, its president
president; Mr*. Ben Archer first SHOWER tS citric Feb. Bedland District Young
roans. LLOYD FIELD CT HONOR OF NEW MEMBER Mrs. Wayne Calklaa wa elected
vlce-prealdent; Mr. A. C. Easton People' tacky party In Aeierlcan
I Mr Lloyd Field given Last week in honor of a. new aecretary. Mrs. W. B. Cave won
second vice-president Mra J. 11.Gauzens was a Legion hail at S p. m. :
shower in the clubhouse of the France Arthur, the mystery package.
recording secretary; I Feb. 9-Meeting of Woman' ,member Mary .
Mra. C L, Ooley, corresponding Woman' Club of Homestead Jan. Club of Homestead.Feb. the Sub-Debs had a banquet at a Mr* Meybem. tervevd pineapple
'2t Mra. Earl Pacetti and Mrs. before the pie and coffee.Present
by 10-Sacred Heart Club downtown restaurant
secretary; and Mia Lucille Bevla,
Mr Ceo. W. Tur-
were: *
Harry D WMfet The clubhouse meeting at T. P.Panty home. regular meeting atM Dyal home.
treasurer. Mr*. Ooley was absent ner, Jr., Mr*. Chas, Turner, Mr*.
because of Illness was attractively: decorated with Feb. 12-"The Family Upstairs," Two guest were present on,
l Wm. M Johns Mr Bert Branch: ,
cut flower a school play in Neva King Cooper this occasion, Mia Anne McConnell -
Five new member, Mr*. SylviaR. Contest enjoyed and Mr Cave, Mr*. Calkin and Mr*.
were auditorium.Feb. .
and Mil Bowen and
Betty ,
: AttainMrr Chai. Clinton; Mrs. Meybem.
musical number were furnished IX-Redland P.-T. A exec. all the- member, Mine Iva and
August Burrlchter Mr C. K. Rice
b> Mrs. Stanley Wlttkop. utiTe board meeting at Ilk -m Nina Drat Mia Helen West Min
and MM. Jane Nesblt, took fart IAan '
eraseseoeldes candy
Regular meeting at S m.
p. Virginia Frick Mia Henriette
emblem and Initiation!
ceremony served. GARDEN CLUB ON FE& IA
were Feb. 12-Areme Club meeting at .
Hartman, Mia Alta Webster, Miss
conducted Mr J. F.
The guests included Mrs. J. D. home of Mr W. a Cave I Nina Pearl Bush, Miss Marcia Gtuxen The Woman' Club of Homestead
Hammett Mr. I. P.
sang' Redd, Mrs E. S. Capllnger, Mr*. Feb. Luncheon etT Wenun'a *, Miss Bobble Summerlin and wilt entertain the member of the
the club's emblem song. Emblems Joe. N. Gay Mrs Ralpph Moon,; Club ef Homestead for Garden I if Is* Jane Keetey. I South Dade Garden Club at apotluck .
had been made for the occasion I Mr*. Mollie Wlngate Mr*. O. C.Radioed. Club at clubhouse. luncheon M the clubhouse -
by Miss Mabl Williams, Mrs Flora Comptoitt Mrs.' Feb. Febv IK
1ft-W. M. S. circle meeting en Tuesday, The
art teacher of the Homestead L.. ... Pass Mr. Earl Pacetti Jc, *. AREME CLUB TO PRESENT luncheon wa scheduled for thl

school I I I and Mrs. Wlttkop. Feb. W-Meeting of Woman' FLAY IN MaIL week but wa postponed because

"Women In caste ridden India Gift were received from Mr*. Club of the Redland The Aft_ Club decided to put of the death of Ceo. E. Reed.

are timid little ereeture born In Blanche Ctmpman. Mrs.( ;JfeBI Feb. 1&-Meeting- of Presbytefiaa -'on a play ia April, when it met The- next meeting of the- club

the harem and kept there with I Mulllna Mrs. H. B. Seattle Mr Woman' Auxiliary at A. F. Friday at the home of Mr*. A. R. will be Feb ft
never I peek outside Its wall except S. E. Livingston Mr*. I. P. Mc Arthur home.
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on rare occasion when they Lean. Mrs. Bert Branch, Mra. Feb. 22-27 Dade County Tropical
go forth heavily veiled In e box- I Luther Strickland Mr*. Wm. M. Fair in R dlancl.

like carriage with closed blinds," ,Johna.In... Wm. MuJMclwhite, Mar. 4-Sacred Heart dub' annual -
add Mr*. Parker. Mrs. Ernest Buchanan and Mr*. dinner in clubhouse.

"Mother grieve when a daughter i Annie Butler i

; Is born because It I II expensive I I NOBLE: GRAND MAKES Best wry to get RELIEVE
to get a girl married. She must SACRED HEART DINNERTO THREE: : APPOINTMENTS

have a dower and there must be BE HELD MARCH 4 Mr*. Bert Branch was appointed Vifornin Benefit HIADACHESDUE
much expensive feasting of the Plan foe the Sacred lI"rtClub' 0'Cod UverOit
I .degree captain of the local Bebek- TO
..j member of both house If she I* annual dinner on March ah lodge by the noble grind, Mr*. :c ,
to marry desirably. This, U why were made at a meeting of the Luther Strickland at the meetIng COLDSCOD
club Wednesday afternoon at the *
girl babies are sometime thrown held
in I river or otherwise disposed home of Mr*. Ceo. L Swan In Silver Monday evening and Mr*.
Harry & Wolf and Mr*. Ralph
of. Paint Meal will be aerved
all day in the club house back of Moon were appointed an the membership
Parker told of I ten-year- the church. and reinstatement com LIVER OIL
old pupil In the mission school who .mitte*.
according to the general customwas Those present beside the hostess Mra.. Ruth Perry of Coconut ASPIRIN
were: Mrs. Don Ferreyra Mr*. concentrate Tablets
taken away to marry man Grove was a vlaitor at the meet-
she had never Chas Pop. Mr*. f. S. Mlnnerly,
seen. Ing.
Mr*. Edmonda, Mrs. M. Walker, TABLETS
The bride doe not have a home Mr*. L. C Smith Mr Geo. Bar- J10 79!
: of her own, Mrs. Parker said. She cui, Mr*. Cba Topplno Mr*. T. GARDEN CLUB TO MEET '"
I* taken to the home of her mother- Panno and Mia Elizabeth Broeker. WITH MRS.GEO. E. DEVEL-; 49c
: in-law and the mother-in-law I* The South Dade Garden dub LlMITID- OFFER 100
; mistress of the harem. The member ef Royal Pouulana will meet at the home of Mrs Ceo.

: "A girl muat be obedient to bar Woodmen' Cinle will meet tonight E Deuel on Monday, rata 1. at
3 o'clock.
husband:' the said; "even U he Ua at the home: of Mra Florence
J wicked profligate. She muat never Pacetti.

ask him any questions; the
r must not talk unless she I* spoken Mascal's HOMEMAIB -
to; she must wait on him.hand and CARE PEPPERMINT .

I foot If he die. still won fate .
befall her. That U why the Hindu Hand Letios PATTIES

j woman-if not prevented by British ,"fi' and BeautyTrue
rule--would still be willlng to
be burned alive her'bUlband' I 39c 2ge
," funeral on VVs a2... beauty demand 16 oat. roUl\1J
pile. the beat at care at all
: "If the 1* 111. the motherinlawand the genuine I time Whether you

husband win" aerdie rather wishware. a facial; I

than permit a male phyalclan EUGENE Permanent a manicure er any of t

even of their own race- to enter the other essential aid
2oiq, Fresh Strawberry
mSisitracesebeadawhatiegcurbdoes Luncheon Daily
to beauty: youTI find
de the skilled! I Ice Cream made ,
operators atPat'
11 to 2 o'clock
Kiel eI a pwrasesl pro west'
I. Beauty Parlor daily in our store
|Ha4 Ws she kind** gfes.we to
DR.R.8.AKERSI serve you
I J'w da goilin .Bufea* quickly at any time. t
I ;-'to. wish.wwiat r.....
DENTIST Cre.nlnol, Spiral and
Sadeu. We .* ... yew Combination

Office Haunt Ia.tabgp.m I kr far the seana, with s. WAVES
8 ndarUU and flimi
na*< Saturdays adst Prices $S, $6, $7


Free Parking Space Bush's Barber Shop PAT'SBEAUTY ,

1784 X,W. J TH ST, MIAMI j & Beauty Parlor PARLOR Rexall Drug Storeo.

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: __Friday. January 29, 1937 _THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Pare Nine 9

," I II LNARANJA : W. B. Mills. Mr and Mrs H L.
Mr. and Mrs A R
I |Brandenburg
[ AND BANQUET OUTSTANDING EVENTS |llelle. Ur. and Mrs Russell EldnMr .
I {, nod Mrs Gordon King :MI.
[ Social Events .11.11I. and ,hr*. H. L. Brown the Ri\
: L I Outstandinf. 'wj the banquet song to the stand matron ant lit and Mrs. A. A. Koestitni: Mr J.
net reeepsio which Nan*** chapter he conclusion of the song prevent A. McNeill Mr*. J. B. Wilt :MM
I of the O. t 8 gave Jan. 21 for ed her with a bouquet of reess. A. Burrtehter, Mn T. J. Faust,
I the worthy grand matron of Flor- The worthy matron introduced Mrs ... L. Hunt, Miss Frances
92 ATTEND DADE COUNTY FEDERATION I ida, Mrs. Ethel C. Turner of St. the following other distinguished Dabney, Miss Lithe Brown Miss
Petersburg, and the grand patron, guests and presented gift to them Antoinette Moye, Mill Helen
..; I George E. Turner of Tampa. Miss Lillian Fahnestock, grand Field Miss Elizabeth Skill, Ml**
,f Nearly one hundred person marshal; Mr Nancy* Rlckard, Marjorie Moser, Miss Martha Close
Ninety-two member pf the the lodge. Mn. Don X.: Ferreyra attended the banquet which wa past grand matron; Mn. Angle Dave Williams, Ivan Moser Dennis
Federation of Wo- superintendent of the woman'sdepartment I served on beautifully decorated Jamleson Mank, past grand matron Carter, Jo NeU and Alton
J. Dade County of the Dade County tablet In the Green lantern Restaurant : Mn. Catherine McKay past I Slagle, Wanette and Alene Koest-
" 1 men's, clubs Joined In a quarterly Tropical Fair, asked for exhibits of In Homestead. grand matron; Mrs. Claudia Chris line and Irving Lyon, director
: \ luncheon-meeting at the lodge of home products The program at Naranja Masonic tian; past grand matron;; Mr*. Mary
"r Royal Palm State Park Wednes Ellen Talbot, grand organist
> "My Mother Letter was the hall like the decorations- red bougainvillea past ;
day. title of an original poem read by yellow gold vine and Mr*. Jennie Core, grand Instructor;
, I. The history extent and wild lIfe Mrs. W. D. Sigler at Miami, poet cactus-was Mexican In theme. Mrs. Lorenz Combs, past grand
\ of the park were outlined by E: E. laureate of the federation.Mrs. / 'I Mn. D Gaby, a native of Mexico, marshal; W. Hugh Combs, past
Atkinson, resident director. He O. A. SandquUt, president, played two Mexican selections and grand patron, and Mrs. Marlon
told how the Florida Federation announced that through the efforts -'i I her two daughters, in Mexican Neeb past grand marshal.
. of Women.:. Clubs helped In Kiting of the federation, progress costume danced a Mexican folk Refreshments were served after I E
J aside the area of approximately his been made in arranging for I I dance then advanced with gifts the chapter was closed
four thousand acre a* I state negro tubercular ward at the from the chapter for the worthy

park. Jackson Memorial hospital in Mi : grand matron and worthy grand I CHOIR ENJOYS
AM a toting tribute to Mr Vera ami. patron. CHICKEN SUPPERThirtysix
M. Slmmoni. late past president Reports of civic ana welfare .II. Margaret Albright, daughter of person enjoyed a
of the county federation, a scholarship work were made by representative Worthy Matron Anna Albright fried chicken supper given by the .
wa established for a student of the various clubs of the welcomed Mrs. Turner and presented Homestead Methodist Church choiron
at the University of Miami It federation.A I I her with a Menloaa doll the church lawn Tuesday night
will be called the Vera M. Simmons nominating committee was named )Naranja.) Esther: Coldren After the supper, games were pl"ed. ,- GeneralPublic
Memorial Scholarship. appointed I to prepare for the election !I presented a gift to Mr. Turner .
At the suggestion of Mrs. Harry of officers at the next meetIng i!Ellen Deer stood under a trellis Those present were: Mr. and UtilitiesHomestead
D. Wolfe, president of the Woman's Mrs. Sandqulst announcedthat i(of vines while she song a Mexican Mrs. F i Chambers Mr. and Mrs
Club of Homestead, the federation -I the federation/ will hold I I-- --- I

made plans to buy china and this meeting at the Miami Wo- ,: Western T-Baae Steak Dinner 90o Chicken Dinner use : Phone '0511I
;: glassware of uniform design for I man' Club Wednesday, March 24. : Reptu Dinner lOa Vegetable Plate >0e I Ii I
All Kind of Home-made 'udwluhe.GI'EEI'I ,
._, '
--- 'ed orange sections. Pour the batter'over
GIRL SCOUT NEWSBy the fruit and bake in moderate' Lantern Restaurant
oven 330 P. for about 38 minute I II ADJOINING HOTEL REDLASD ll :i .
Margaret Lawrence, Scribe I Remove at once to dish, turning
-'''..........''''..'''''"''..-....,..,..--. I upside down so that the fruit will I
be on top. Makes one 9-Inch cake.
The Girl Scout meeting: calledat I
Mn. Frank I IWU'. home this Orange Washington Pie II
week was attended by: Captain I tablespoon cornstarch
Skill, Lieutenant Lucas, Vara % cup sugar
Rheney, Melba Van Winkle Vide 1 cup milk I
Clark, Marian Edmans, Jo Nell 2 egg yolks
Slagle Mary Jo Close, Merle JenkIns 1 tablespoon gelatine 0e ue
Mary FrancesRutland Ath- & cup cold water
ley Kemp, Jerry Reitz, Elizabeth H cup orange Juice 2
Skill BarbAra Bigger, Kathryn Rind of one orange
Graver; Grace Gray, and Margaret 2 egg whiter
Lawrence, 1 teaspoon lemon jjulce
The Girl Scout received $23.00 Mix cornstarch and sugar Add
from the Rotary Club. milk gradually and cook In''top of
Mn. Lucas Is planning a- skit abe .. double bouler 10' minutes. Add I
given at the South Sid School slightly beaten; egg yolks slowly
by the girls and cook over hot water until I
Melba Van Winkle and Mary thick Dissolve- gelatine in oold
Jo Close were invested Into the water and add to cornstarch mix .
troop. ture. Add orange, juice, rind and'
May 9,' I9J7, la the seventh I lemon juice. While still warm,
birthday of the Homestead Girl I.fold in stiffly beaten egg ..whites
Scout troop. l.and chill

When filling welt chilled and
., ,, .
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has begun to stiffen, about 2 hours,
Hints to Housewives pile it on one layer ef cake and

"""I ___ place the other layer on top. LeaveIn
a cold place until time to serve.
NOTE This filling ill very good
Orange Sauce served as separate dessert Chill
1 cup orange juice and pile in sherbet cups. Serve
1H tabelespoons cornstarch. about eight. MY f NY ahI
to cup sugarI
tablespoon butter *, CV\RD OF, THANita
Mix lugaf and cornstarch and We thank th< many friends I who
juice and butter. Cook until thick have' been 10 kind and helpful
Reserve a small portion to- pour during Oil first week of our bereavement -
over each serving, and serve im. The splendid array of
mediately. flowers was g great comfort to uia I
Vp-Slde Down Cake *. were the many other proofs of
H cup butter your regard for our husband and
ti cup sugar father and for us. r :
% cup waterS MRS GEORGE E. REED s
cups flour HELEN E: REED. r
j > Vt teaspoon salt 1'
3 teaspoon baking powder
H teaspoon vanilla. DR.M.A.BERGERDentist
Orange sections sufficient to
coves bottom ef skillet tbtla 0o
Crean butter add sugars Add Vol asgOVO
beaten egg yolks and! vanilla.> Sift o'+ a lsspip s W bass
together flow, baking pawdetvand .
salt Add to first mixture alternately 36 N. Krome Avenue Volt
with water Fold In stiffly V0 Sge b
beaten egg whites. Upstairs ,Ncb tMai ,&4 dwtot'00

I While making the cake melt Office Hours 8:30-4:30 _
four tablespoons butter and one
cup brown sugar is. trying pad er I II OPEN ETEMXGS 10
dripping pan. When thick and I 81 APPOIN2alBl."IAnnie 1loT.' loco Gost
syrupy arrange in the syrup drain-: $ is ,jerttta"

Mayhcvv Fitzpatrick I I r

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Graduate Oberfin Conservatory and Royal I

Conservatory of Leipzig I'J


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Pave Ten THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday, January 29, 1931

'FORD cent, and th* general sales lain I I A.enaa A440100, Plat 11ooii f. 19N I
TRUCK LINE ;for washer it about 27 cent' I.. Is the City aI JlIaMi. eo.... 01
per Dada, ttala of PtoMa
The Redland Rattler
1\\ I'compared to Norge'i 912 percent I l la OrUffeal No. 4.'I1oo-= I I

Ry SHIRLEY HARENE8SMr MORE COMPLETE ',,;thing about On of 1938 the was most the amazing great KM Crttrtoat* of "aid. la.._.td WM.. .under. tk. .ass... MM w

-_..._.__._- --- .-- {I enthusiasm the buying public began VnkavwaUnhM OtlfltaU.. shad ... ri4nat.thmoa .
!, ; I ... Remedies is" law. era d.rd will wus
.. Helen Magee, English Instructor and Elizabeth Halnlln. to anise NOW THAN EVER to ihow for electric ironer. .. the llrd dar of February, a. O.

assigned a term paper at acts entertainment I "We are confident that Norge Itn.I .
D.bad this 10th day .f
I I JanMrr. A D.
the beginning of the year of not will again lead In this bright year 111.
low than one thousand words and "Oh Doctor" a well-known I The Ford Motor Company ap- ahead. Not only II..U our 1937 11. B. LEATHtRHAIf.

not more than two thousand which musical comedy In three acts will pears this. year with the most complete ]product lines undergone more com- Ctork Dad.of County Cltxmlt,Ct Florida>Wt. ,

was due January .. The paper had be presented at the Redland School line of truck and commercial plete redesign with added use I Circuit Court anall l lBr .

to include title page, an outline, I auditorium during the middle of cars in its history They are ;features, but we are planning very (J.N...0 tl.. STntRETT n Fob a. II D. 0 It).
a complete bibliography a blank February. The cast ha not been available In both the improved material increases in our advertising -

I back page and notes giving the announced a* yet BJ-hortepower engine and the new and merchandising activities -|NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOE tAXI

exact source of quotations The i 60-horsepower V-8 engine ';,i particularly in the use of I I (....... Bill :*. 141)
themes are scored according to the I The Alabamian print the following Economy was the watchword of newspaper space."Among I NOTICE!: I* HKRFHY: GIVEN that

tallowing valuation: 50.* good ]i : Ford engineers In the designing of new Norge product I Iit td.Lo.Woks. .,holder No. *TI of.8UU wand sad 0.4.

grammar and principles of rhetoric I I After the pigskin season 1937 model, and for that reason a revolutionary development I I: dar 01 July. ., A D. I.... ... flirt sane In I!
und uptllliut. : 28% originality of God bless Ma the sensational new "little brother perfected refrigeration which our,, air office, end has road* .pplfeatloa' for ,,
expressing tad gathered from God bleat Pa : Sixty" was introduced not onlyIn engineer have completed after,' a lu.aM tmfcnm to .. leaned doe following thrnon Said saturated Ur.llfloat. .

authoritative sources; 13% compute I God bless me- I all commercial car types but four years of intensive laboratory,, property In the counts of Dads state of

} conning of all available RahRahRah.According in the 131-Inch chassis as well development and field test It I|I rWhto Lam, to-wlt It to: II Davis Citrus Farms.
{ sources; 104) neatness of form. The 131-Inch one-and-a-half ton will be known at low-Temp Rollu-'I Plat Book I. Put M la the Countyof
The "Con- I to the Brooklyn Daily tor refrigeration and for the first D.d. gut of Florid.Tho ..
suggested topics were: dump truck is the only model not I I I .tHMMlit of MM Bfoantr under
tributions From Some Foremost I Eagle the size of the American available in the 60-horsepower, time achieves constantly maintained ''tin, saw' rtrtinoat. bawd was In the same
American Short Story Writers II woman' hand has increased more engine temperatures below 40 degrees tit L C Joahl and John Wlckornauaar
Unlra. MM cortiflrotehell k. *
(Since I BOO)." "The Trend of the 1 than a full glove lice in the last Certain types of light city delivery I with higher humidities mak- !!, awortint lr..1nid property r dwrlb1 m.irf

Twentieth Century Novel ui1 I I I twenty yean The teacher would business firm and farmers Inn" ,possible o far more efficient 1 thtnlit to the highest bidder t tI. tIII

America." "The Development of I probably explain this by laying especially will profit by the use preservation of food flavors and i dpi UM In o.n.w.door UM north of March in the last flat which Mon.

American Drama" "Modern that never in the history of the of the sensational new 60-horse v.luelln their state of prime freshness to the w dar of March. KIT
l ican Amer-I American have there been for longer ." Dated thin nth d., of January. 1017E.
< Essayists "The New people power motor. According to periods B. LEATHLRHAN: ,
American Poetry," and "Romanti children like ut, a fact necessitating Charles Adams head of the commercial Clerk of Circuit CourtDid. .

clam and Realism Compared and I Increased hand II... division of the Richmond LEGAL NOTICE Court Sal County. Florid. I i iClroult

Contrasted" Branch of the Ford Motor Company I I By X c BTIRRf-rT: D. C I

t, Mrt Megee planned these j From one of our better poets operating expenses In many NOTICS OF APPLICATION R TAX (J... M: Fob S. It, It). (,

theme at a project around which' cornel this information: cases will be reduced .. much at2S (*taal. D5sD Rill ti*. .... I I
the entire semester work was The freshman stood on the burning : per cent. NOTICE la HPKEUY GIVEN that I! 1
built Their purpose, Mrs. Me- deck, "Ford In 1937 hat paved the way James and Jmnfe BMttte, koldwa of *t.uaad GROVEtllEATRE ;
County Tai Cortlfkato. .
But fat I could No. lil 1 kv ,
two-fold so at learn for the most Inexpensive operation wed the
gee sold was (1) Theme- 1th day of August A. D. 111. ...
writing necessitates outside| material She stood with perfect safety of commercial vehicles In the history flied MM I. a>r "ftoa, and h.. sale ap.pllcatloa .
for a tu dad to M leaned Uwaa.M .. I t
She was too to burn. ?
green of the automobile business
on subjects studied In literature Said Cwt"..... nnanoai the follow .OEOTkShew
and teaches the studentsto laid Adamt "Taking the cat of Ins B. .rlliod proportr I* the County, of COCONUT I
The Alabamian apologizes to the farmer tremendous Dade, state. of Florida. ...-.\: 7-and 9' A4mlslB MrMaUae .
express themselves in good I at an Instance Lot 1. lit ark a. Ruse cr-t. a 1.-.. gat. and ..... SeI
form. ((2) It prepare the student, Carl Sandbur transportation livings can Pat Book II. Pan 44. In i the County U 6 p. ...
for freshman college English I The report card comet In be made by using the Ford V-B of The Dada state. of Florida. {

which consist mainly of theme On little cat feet. with lit sturdy economical (0" the MM a.awament eartif"sate el word Mid was paws la nit the Under MM San., MOIL, T..... J... SI,
It sits on silent haunches motor Most farmers have very Is UakmwaUtaM \ Feb. 1. S
writing Mid _"..... ah.ll ... MO.MW
Looking over Its victim little need for heavy haulingUsually .d amordlni to law. the
One of the propntr doairlbW
outstanding A DRAMA WITH MUSlCt
papers I' And then moves onTo a small truck will easily,)U.... will b. Said to the hl.h.it bidder
was submitted by Mary Eleanor the waste basket at the Court-houM done m UM fink Mo .
Williams who wrote on "The marketing-I' dar I. the month of March HIT. which to BARBARA STANWYCKWed.
.be lit day of March. 1"U. E
Trend of the Twentieth
Century Ii Dated this I7th dar of Jr.nn.rr
4* farmers the new 112-Inch 60- Clark JOEL McCREABANJO
Mary Eleanor! reviewed Pearl S. of Circuit t nurt I Ii '
County, Kl ".
I horsepower itake truck it ideal"For sent.Dad. >
But k s "The Sighting Angel' and Clrrutt Court w
"Ti Fxilr and worka by other COSTS $150 TO rapid urban delivery, where I i By N; C. TKRRETT, D (' I IJln.

em i nc nl novelists heavy hauling Is unnecessary, the, ( It; orb B U-11))
"CO" sets a new standard for I
violent: papers in the field of LEGAL NOTICESj I
GO ON MARKET Adams pointed out.
Hit short story were written by The improved 83-horsepower ON 14yi
M.rvnn Brown and MiUntfCcx i or APPLICATION FOR TAX
engine i* available through the j pr.En" I
In these themes both gut I entire Ford eommarclal and 'TOTICI M HEAMir GIVEN that Richard KIM E
Lakeland Jan. 28 How much car
illu' li ilid points In the devetep- i Curran. Jr, holder' aa ...,.... of t'try 011 i
does it cost to pick a box of citrus truck line, from Colnmerclal cars: Miami' Tux Certificates Numbered 2IM27 I
quot rot 111.iti ur min tli> t short summaries story either of abort by fruit pack It. and send it to mar to 157-inch dump and wake trucks I A.and D.II1I4 114., datrd hM filed the Mid 4th Certificates dar of June I., I Thurs.. Feb. 11. 4

kand tell it there? Substantially the same as last my office. and h.. made appllcatlun fur i MICHAELHALEN
Btont" UK
s v had read. In other: word, what are the actual year'a models. notable refinements tat deed to l "'. hereon In, "accordance DORIS NOLANin
On pcdiv.pcral, very well- of design and advanced features with law Said C.rtlflratra embrace the I
charges from the time the I followlni described property .itu.t.d la I
OI'lIII1II<'rl papers were fruit Is cut from the tree until 1 It of mechanic have been Dad County. Florida to-wlt:

Jeanne nlkim chose the ofteted.1 I Ie acid In a (given) northern market duced. "For sheer' power.Intro-I A,Lot..,,.C.Addition.Slack 10.Plat North Book Want T. Page"onth>.. I "The Man I Marry"FrL

"Oui Singer of the I ? rough-and-ready ability to 'take In Ibo City of Miami. County of Dad. Sat. Feb. S 8
erntlcn Edna St. Vincent Answers to these questions are it' the 1937 Ford V-8 8V has no But. of No.Florida. M. ambrstsd In Car.llficate JAMES DUNN

and l Via Parker, "Our Singing'1 given by A. M. Pratt citrus statistician equal on the market.' asset led of Mid property HUT.under The the uamnumt mid Cw i JUNE CLAYWOBTH

Sir n -ih" in which she discussed (! for the Associated Growers Add mi. tlfloaU. wand was In the aam of Un In

the woilc (if Robinson Frost ': i tV Shipper of Florida, and Mr. I known Lot 14, Sleek 10 North Wtnt seventh Fisted Gentleman"
LIIHi'IAmy Lowell, Sandburg 1 Norge Division Closes I' II "Two -
RndIlilu.I iv. '
I| Greatest Sales Yeartrolt. READ THE WANT ADS
J In oho field of drama Gordon, sale made in New York Philadelphia

Cross submitted a fine piece of or Boston I* around $1M !
Jan. 28-Topping all
Highlights of American per box.
Drama" and E. J. Graham wrotean In short, $1.!:5 per box will allow previous records by wide margins,

excellent theme on "The New for the picking, packing, shipping Norge closed Its greatest sales year
Am"ii k.II1 with a total volume in the various
Dnma .
selling, etc-but would leave '
Some of the best themes will be nothing for the producer. The Borg-Warner household appliance

bound in book form and exhibited 11 1.54 charge "break down" a, divisions of 533,334 unit, an Increase -
In the school follows of 381 per cent compared
booth at the fair Mr*. : i '
Magee announced Freight __ ____u____._ 70c to last year announced Howard E.
Picking, Hauling and Blood president of Norge division;

The junior hive selected "Tiger a packing _.._....._ ... _. ___ 8Sc: I and executive vice-president of
House" Advertising Inspectionand Borg-Warner Corporation. j
comedy In three
acts, a* their play. Mrt. Magma selling ____ _._.._ 20c This statement reflects the gains'' Ilk
made by Norge division producers

and announced Mitt Payne the cast director, have Total __.___._._.._.. $155: of rollator refrigerators, w.lhera.1
at follow
: t water room and milk '
Erma "Figuring the least
Lowrie Mary Eleanor on possiblecharge
Hams could allow i merclal refrigeration, ranges Ironers : YL
; Aunt Sophia, one frorg these
Betty Blake'the
; Detroit Vapor ranges, Norge
mystery : seaboard market back to the tree I }
woman Mildred
Arthur Hale, Kenneth Hawker Cox;: It was estimated that sale of $1.80' gas and oil fired furnaces,, water

Macintosh, Harold Sickle ; delivered netted the grower 1:x. heaters. and space heaters I
Murdock Jeanne Calkins, ; A sale of f2.20 per box delivered "It it significant that Norge
Thompson gains have been TIP
apparently greater PAINT
Charles Hart; and Oswald originally talked of as
Kerins E. J. Graham a reasonable price expectancy for compared to general industry!i ,
{ Nora grapefruit this season) would net figures. For example the Industrial -
Greenwood and Arcella increase for household refrigerator -
the 85c Mr.
Jarman grower Pratt explain-
will be the prompters: it estimated at 30 percent and

Ei-ma Griffin. Anna Mae Rlnehart, ed.The statistician added that the compared to Nor,,'. 41.3 per

be Doris the Mizell and Alice Sage will minimum of 8195: was the mount cent, the general gas range sales

Vera advertising committeearker : that would cover charge at the increase la estimated at 30 per

and Don Lair, Margaret will be Albright "cheapest" of the big northern cent, compared to Norge's ge.8 per "Fix'Up"I
the ticket m.rket.-to which the lowestfreight
committee; and Melba I I
Mary Anne Bonds, I rate are in effect The for the reason that few person
Don Lair Alvin Larry Holt, cost mounts when Inland and oth rieeera to know the actual charges HOMESEE
the property will be i market an considered, a* for I i Involved in marketing fruit from

John committee. i Instance the. mld-westerD Jerri. the time It I* picked until cold. Mr.Pratrt .
B. Graham will attend to tory. I figures It was said, will
the BOUnd effects; Joe Benson, t o I These figures were generally give producers new Insight Into, US FOR MATERIALS

tM lights; and Jennie Sue RogersTurner's I,: looked upon .* interesting here I marketing condition :

{ g4-ira t'funeral HomeAMTHLANCE HOMESTEAD HARDWARE CO. W. D. Home Co., Inc.



Phone ''' 4 Phase C7-J Homestead, FIerwiAl
N .R BOIII"-a. j Phone 516-M Homestead, Fla.

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f. January 29, 1937 THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Page Eleven

1 10 a. 19 ; preaching at 11 a. m .

nnd 8 p. .1. Vouni, peoples' meet-

trig (it 7 p 'nI.I .

I on j IJ\LI\J....... tLltli i DrIIRi at t1l'o'niai.!'!1. I, I

RATE: Pint InwrUon 10* a line; subsequent Insertions
. 'V.nllII: Studies In stewardahJp !
l' 5* a IbM
. led by he '
' young people
CHURCH -the Rev. C. O. Nelson, pastor.
under direction 01 Ari i I.
'. Church school at 10 a. m.; preachIng .
Hamestead--The iwv c. N. at T:30 p. m. Midweek prayer i thur. I FOR RENT FOR SALK 6 room homo on
Walker pastor. Sunday school al and Bible study Wednesday .t i "BMRITDAUST TkMnJt OF 90x71 toot lot S3.000-0n0 block

'. J4 a. m. Preaching at 11 a. nand 7:30. TRUTH I FOR RENT-3-Inch centrlfvgalGeager l' from Homestead business section -

7:30: p. m.; B.Y.P.U. at T p.m 'I i water pump capacity I ; .16 gauge L. C. Smith

. prayer services Wednesday at Redland Community Charcb- Homestead-branch of Mlam 30,000 gallons per F. Lar- i double barrel shot gun $20;

7:30p.m.; the Rev. C G. Nelson, pastor !Spiritualist Temple of Truth it I don, Richard d"and WakHn Winchester JO-3 rifle, $15; two

Church school at 10; preaching It Woman' Club. 410 N. W. Eighth drive, Homestead, Ha. (pM. wheeled trailer, food Urea and

Jan. 31 Morning sermon: 11. Epworth League at 6.SH.: Mid. i avenue. Men's Bible class and i tubes, $25. No middle ma*. A.

"The Vote ef Understanding" week prayer and Bible stud young people' lyceum at 7.:IS p 'I TO RENT Furnished home,,, O. Coin Homestead ..... (jDtII

evening sermon: "The Popularity Thursday it 7:30.METHODIST 1m.; healing by Dr. J. Carl Hobaot reasonable rent M.... Barber,
of Jesus I Ii at 7:49; lecture and message al Avocado drive at Seaboard Rail- MANGO CHUTNEY 3c an ot. or

EPISCOPAL I I 7:30. I road. (pf0) JSr a pint. Jungle Grove.
service subJect
Feb. 3-Prsyee i SOUTH I

I : 'The Gospel of the King i TO RENT Three beautiful PEDIGREED Silver Persian kit-
dom." While Stone Church-W1,111-, .&; .,. 'Wt7io. "' --41atd sleeping rooena .... Mrs. J. T. Lewis, rilling

'I stead; the Rev. A. A. Koaatltoe. I Privet ewkeallad PoolMr*. J. Station, Redland rd., Hninlmdr.
., Goulds The 11M. Noah Peterson pastor Sunday school at 9'30: a. GOOD GLASSESPROPERLY t Ballard: Avocado drive- (pf 19) ..
Sunday school at 10
I m.; preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:30 (PH )I
a. m.; preaching at 11 a. m. anc FOR SALE Chayote 7.V! jdtt.
Junior at 2:30
p. m. League : p
T.30p.m.B.Y.; P. U. at 6.30: p. I m.; League nt 3.45: p. m.; Senior FITTEDwill TO RENT Couple oan have tree I .; Chinese .ipinadi 8c Ib :

Prayer service at 7.39: p. m. 1'0.1 League at 7 p m. Prayer meetIng rent for boarding owner. Modem -\ tree spinach 181 lb.: temoc.. :'jcdm

CItIda,. at 7.30 p. m. Wednesday.Jan. home with all convenience :.; okra, market price; carlssa

CATHOLIC I. Apply W. It Heuer W. Bauer : Jelly. Mr*. Oeo W. Kosel. Rr..

31 Morning meaaate drive. Redland. (pj 21) Plummer Dr. and Redland Rd.

by Dr. C. K. Vllet presiding Sft. (.; t-1hJE\W.: ;
Church at the Sacred Ileart- elder of Miami Dlatrict. .. ) FOR RENT-Furnished apartment -' FOR SALE-Ripe oranges, tan-

S. E. Second avenue Homesteadthe ; I all convenience, reasonable I gerines grapefruit, fryers eggs,

Rev. James ,Clooaan, pastor Evening message: "What Sin rental. Tenant by year pn-I Dr. Shanklln Grove !i i mil

Sunday mass at B a. nu; weak day Causes the ?lost Sadness U FROM STRAIN AND ferred. Mrs. Eva Collins, Fed- west ef Florida City. oSO-tf)

tam at T:4J daily. Sunday achoo: Homesleadr eral highway and Biscay drive. I

o'clockmas. DISCOMFORTFor L RED FRYERSLive dress-
,Sunday following- I Sliver Palm TJvmmahltrCharcfe R. or
:fnaaanimlnn.Tar i-nrsronn Abe duel ed. Free delivery In city Phone
i -the Jlev. R O. Cowan, pastor Perfect Vision FOR SALEP0R'SALLYoung
y Af jaontb/ ;. tec. SJkq-, sari I Sunday school every Sunday at 10 $1S-M. McEwen Poultry Plant.
**ystkeaecond Sunday atmamOLI ConsultDr. Jersey cow
f a. ,m.; preaching services on first, ,
$1 laDon.Juvglt
I Uiely. hours Thundayteeer rte Ifs now freshftrtT,lf.-Orantham. per
third and flfth Sunday it 11 a i Grave Redland.
: '
alo.lM.ad7:4Spl.SSesltfra4 m. and I p. m. Neuenschwander Seed Store._(PJ2tt5)i

.{..Won'Friday) of' the at.Btewod 740 I a.'sL Saoramtnlafter BeM. "Janf 31 Meralngl aermoaj Dr. B. ConzilezOPTOMETRISTS i FOR SALE 75 to 100 yds. mule I FOR SALE: Guayat, 5c lb., twist

I Phone 5-IBS?. Beuchler in email quantities. JungMGrove
l moss. by pastor on "Life' Supreme I manure.
Choice." Evening quarterly Company Inc., 180 Alton road, I Redland.

(HUSTIAN' JCt NCCCU>) conference for the chug at 113 Venetian Arcade Miami I I Miami Beach Fla. J211), !CARI AS. 100 qt. CUTTINGS

Perrine under direction at'Dr. and SMALL PLANTS for talc.
Pianists 'IIJ'-8roHw. and After May 1st, Halcyon Areade-4 ''PURE GROVE HONEY-heavy,
C. K. Vllet presiding elder. Mr, Geo. W. Kosel Jungle
'Sixth ttreet Sunday school al I delicious Bring your container. 1 1i ,

4.4J a.m. far pupils under 20 yeanof PrincetonThe Rev H. O. Cow. :i Honest quart The Sage Grove, Grove, Redland road and Plum

ago; morning service 11 an, pastor; the Rev. L. G. Adams, ,: Kings Highway, east of Krome GLADIOLUS BULBS Ptcardy.
o'clock. Wednesday evening aer- ave. (21111)
! assistant paator. Sunday school at I the most spectacular and most
vice which include testimonial 10 a. m. and preaching at 11 every (grace III be.utilull..dlolu.. ever produced.
buff and
of healing and experience and remarks NOTICE" : JM :
I Sunday. Preaching at 7.30: p. ra. CAINCO. Inr holder. of sate Md Couotf blue, 40 pain for $20.00. It N. Flesh to salmon pink color.
I on Christian Science, $ PoI on first Sunday of month. T.. Cortlflcoto No 111 l....oi tko till ooroT rd. N. of Vigorous grower and well adapted
Pancoast ,
I rn. The public 1*cordially Invited Julr A. D IMS. ko filed Mm 1t mioTfloo I
m4 ko M4o opplloolkm for 6 Uttod I Avocado dr. (pf5) to Florida condition High
to attend. Jaa. 31 Morning serviceby < to ko owned th-rooo gild CoRtMeotiomkrorao est quality bulb*. Urge size $2.SIper.

.: "' "Jan. il Ce: .soa>sennonUflct Le* Peyser. Evening League Ih. Court tow followlo of Ooao,aooorlkn4 state of prooirtfIII Florlita, I I FOR SALE Feed tore. Last .100, medium size, $1.80 per

I. "Love." service and pictures of twit, I ,.ar'* turn-over $23,000. Average I 100 postpaid. Order for ship
11 Blonk 1\. COM! tables aw.t. .
life of Christ quarterly con Lot profit 19%. For full particular -
Plot' hook S. POM SI. lo the Cowl I meat by express not prepaid
J CHURCH or CHRIST I ference for chart at Perrine of Dade. auto of Florida I see Scherr Feed and Sup large size, $160 per 100,medium
, under direction of Dr. C. K. The _"'.... of Mid property under ply Store. (J22tf)
Raneatead-First avenuavand Vllet. presiding elder.MmIODIST. tko MM tariffless bound was la the MM': I site $1.10 per hundred. No order
of UNKNOWN. for lea than $2. Special -
N. W. Fifth street; T. J. Hunton, unless MM oKlfleoW ol..U In loilooa.W FOR SALE Finest quality poultry accepted
i Minister. Bible I study at-10 a. m.; rUE aa.ordlae U .... ale BMuMmr ooierlk, product live or dressed. W.I price per 1000. E:, T. Draper
ti the sin will ko add to the highest" ....... Va.
*4>r. reunion, fellowship ,andpreaching Forlda City-Mrs. Ernest 'Warran .I the CMit-konM .... an DM float M... B. Cave, 107 N. E. First avenue.I II Boyklns

at 11 a.m ;raacfaiag at day to the eons of Maknit. which pinch S)
pasta Sunday school k the let day .r Numb, 11124., I MISCELLANEOUSMODELLO
.I;JO 01,m.. Payer..meeUnl WedJf ..J ..
18-* m.; preaching H ... m. and logged this "cn "f J.eu.ry. tilT. and I Ieaddl.
FOR SALE-Shetland
eesday.t":10 p.m. ,
B p. m.; Junior meeting 6:30 p. m.1; Clark of Commit GooH. .. M. A. Berger, Home-I GROCERY -- L. An-

C1WRC1g AFGOD'N.msstaad806 j Voting People meeting : Cfart anLDade (:wolf', MorOo.Cfltott lte.d. (J 1 tf) derson fancy groceries Newton

Prayer: and elm meeting 7:30 ar N. C. STBRRSTT, D. C. I i iI : road and old Dile Highway

-W. .Tint Thursday |J... Ilk its IS. rok S 1. I FOR SALE Citron, fresh or pre (pill).

I avenue; J. H. Dodson, ..mII Aer. NOTIC or APPLICATION roe TAX I served. Tropical tomato minceMeat
'Sunday school at 0::41 ai .;! PENTECOSTAL HERD j and sandwich filling, I MR. B. W. MORRIS Ia I no longer
(_... Rill No. |MNOTJCB > connected with office. IL A.
preaching 11., ... end TM p.m.; Goulds-Rev. John H. Stroud, 18 flhKIHIf: GIVEN Ou I oz. 20c; pint 3So Calamondlni In
Junior y. P. at 4i.p.: n. Prayer MART M, AVERY koloVt of KM and mail lot lOe qt. Mr*. Geo. W. Cameron. (jurll
Sunday school t J.43
pastor. .4I : ;
.: Meeting,-730;p. rt, Wedaaaday.bj preaching at 11 a. m and 7:30 p. tko Como led T o:r* ul .Awuol. A.No.D.teas IMU bawd has I Kosel, Jungle Grove. VISIT Sl/NNVSIDE" Redlund

feed MOW In *i. Wrtoo. and has mall nvplkoUco drive.Chicken .
CnilRCH OF THE NAZARENE, FIRST PRESBYTERIAN far ... dead to ko boooi UMI. FOR.SALE Petunia plant 15c Road near Coconut Palm
.") oo. aoM Oortlflnto orakraeol tko lolluwkit I, dot Josephine R Pratt 800 N. steak, spaghetti dinner
: A.meateadl doorrlbol lo the Count 1 ,
i The-Rev. Wt J.f Home made let cream
tlomosieadlrerneavenue : J2"2tfl *
at Dodo auto or florMo.. lowttlE4i E. tit'lYe ]
s f Parker pastor. Sunday school it N. 16th Street; the Rev. E. L. Nel- of HKH: of aunt .f NWI4 In cake, pie. (p) 29)

i MS a. m.; preaching .at 11 a. m. son, minuter. Bible school atm SO orlkn!Coot.14._ToiTBOkl 1"1.. a ST A.w antlhlUnnbM. searm w LEGAL NOTICES .
TUNING anrepairing.
and 7:30: \ m.; 'N. Y, p S.. and PIANO
p Young people' meeting at 6.30: lo the County of Dodo Bata fillFI. I; I
1 Junior meeting .a' 6:30 p. 1'0.1 ; ....... NOTICI or APPLICATION fOil TAI Good used piano fur tale cheap.
I Ii p. m.; Ladies' prayer circle Tuesday Tho emolument at gold pnp.Rp under IIRa.la.nN. W. E. Kooo. U5 N. W. Ira BU
l i.i.Prayer 1 meeting Wednesday even at 2:30 p. m. Mid-week prayer the MM ort If Into based woo to the OMOof Mill Na. Ins I
ing7:30p.m.: i M. t P CORPUolooo NOTICE III llr.RKRY GIVEN THAT
service Thursday at 7:30 p. in. saw omiflnto shall ko rooVom.Ml OilNC'O. IM, bolder at sate sad Count NOTICE
i of aerrieSod
oroonHnc to law tko >oorlb.id ., tew.rd UM TUMr Pursuant to she .rorWon>
proporto MIM I
: Too CortKkoto No
Princeton tne Rev. C. It Con- i at the Banking Art of lull antics h
Ihrrrlo. will ko said to tho kkrtioot of August, A. 0. IMS hu flood HUM
don pastor. Sunday school at ':45; LEGAL NOTICESIN .f ot tko Cmirt-km., tour *. the first ,' In oil ofrtn. owl hM ooo plH-olhM '' .borthr given kr Tko flirt Nittonol"I HnnMtooo"Konkif
I Monday In tho wiMk of IMI.vhlrt _. SAW 0.I .. MiMMolMd. lo the oily
I. ton dead ale /"rd 'I gnw.4open
preaching at 10:45 a. m. and tMp : k the IH tn of .l= IMT.tMt I. tlfkol ooihrooM. the followlM .....'1.... tot of FtorWo. hot tie Uhllllr/
m. Junior meeting .11:30; young IN CIRCUIT COItRT OF TH* this Kith day of -.... M .mtr L tho Come of Dad" auto oYFlorMo tfco fcoUoro of shares of Ho -."
of oWtloo
loJ.E: INTK JUDICIAL' CIRCUIT urrLORIDA K. .. LKATHKRMAN.Clork : nork kr UM rnvbloni
people' meeting at 1.30. Prayer IN AND FOR DADB OOIIN.TT. of commit to-wtt! U. B. Hooloo flla._. M Oinoo4, and.
Coral sables, Borllo.
Lot II, Block II, .
meeting Wednesday at 7.30: B. m.8t IN CHAMKHY NO. 4i-MtC. I I 1>040 Conolr, ,....Itlt'j I L. ........, a ........ rut soar 'I' kctl.ro II. oholl of ho ProWol Julr. Maw.I lit?Art. WMnonoX.
MARY IXniiHIt BARNES o fomo Kilo.PloJotirl Circuit Coat ....1. *. Put oa. In MM Count: of Do o, eovw oo of ,,,Irengd..
seA of the
EPISCOPAL ... KOMI: BUII.IIEM REALTY By N 0. 'T l'Tllit SUM at rtorMo.TbO r J. 1. MoUCN_lN. C.'hk-r "
I CORP : florid MrpofMloo. CITY OrMIAMI MMMRMOt at gold peoarar gnawrM loot SMof Ml
.MiMklMl oorporotlon onronlM MM oorllfkou island was I. tie same ,
!! John's-S. E Second avenue o4 existing under the I.... of tko ORD'H FOR PUBLICATION ;: oil Rtekonl C. aril.UnloM .
and Fourth street Homestead; the of Flortom. t. H. MCCARTHY and. If lla"l W tut CIRCUIT, Cot,RT. KI.KVINTIIji'DiriAL MM fortltkoto shell W rooW j.r4 .
rM rmrt'iT.' DADS: toi'M. oooordlno; to law. the pmwnr oWnrlbnj 1 FLU
Rev. Milton B. Sackett, vlcsr. I his wife MARTHA WFBB PJATTHEH mtkol Tf. FLORIDA. IN <;..NIIt.1': CASs thorrln will ko told. to too hwhM ........
Morning prayer and sermon Sundays kwbond. C. I. HATCHK.R. ItefendoMo.ORUKR NO. 171N.FRANCES. ',.t ale COO o...... leas M the dm MM.tar I
: FOR PI'BLICATinN' I t MrlVER. Fblollff ... ED. i. the math of II......, IH7. which. '
at 11:00; holy communion every H iioooorliut from at,....... filed. hiIho WARD i. D.faodae.. the M day of III....., IMT I DANGER
Sunday at 7:30: a. m. and tint, ohovo entitled. cause that the ...1..>nMof i LrII pivoarBII 1 i"paged this lltk day of ,......,.. MM.C. .
tko ..>,.ado.., i. H. MCCARTHY opooorlnc kr offldovH otwo>4>4 to I I ". LIATHERMAN. "'tb.a' komJt Clals.d MMtBoro
Sunday of month at 11:00: ; other If MrrM MrCARTMT.kh tko hill filed U tko ohm* stated avea that Clark of tlrovll Court, .. rlolwo'l persons MLook
holy dayl at 1000: a. m. Young ..U.. lo wikoowa and that them lo noporoooi >.UW SRD i. MclVKB: tko Dofoo4oiiltk !I Ogle County, FlorUo 0m". Ton oldz tho amt
In the sate ot florid the ........ *lN named to a mvm.roiloom of UM Circuit Cowt *M|. riAl "'.''''. will U4 FLU
People Service League Sundaysat of o ouhpoooa ape atom would bond MMDofondjuiU. Nate of KUrldo. m4 kk n.M.Mo k o.know I Hr N. o. BTERmcTT: D C all ..._ ion don't ro4oi,jo' pourhealth
6:30: p. m. sad that i.... mro sash aver that then It oo firm** In the:I Moo. ... u. it ,... *> FLU kr .tioot--
the an of twanty..M wan.It Basic of llorldo. Iko nervous of sub one orropvmo.
load Croftcar
*> therefore Ordered Chat MM. Do.foodcnH .' vo whose would 'MM oork. Defendant owl I I
Feb. 1-Al 1*:" a. ... feast i ENERGY and Tonic M pass
ko end Ihey korotar recallede loot ko k ever the on of t.onkxiixr loosed is
of the purification of the blessed appear to the Bill of complains to tkooko "Ie tkomforo ordorri thM MMbr I I b. warill
virgin; holy communion.EVANGELICAL'LUTHERAN. .. ......... MUM M of the .... our m.a.r..ldned Defendant ... s""d ho 10 boom. F.ESISTANCEFROM ; uqr aft Wrong tow gsmla.mat to
.In ...-... to-wH February let A. D. : -.....' U appear to the Bill W CNO rLU. Its awarAet"gteM-
111, othorwho ollontluoo of the Bill l>lol 1.1 fUo In MM MOM M .. before I YOUR FOOD
of Cbo.pl.lm wi':: W when M s.sfae.d bendy Iko tint day of r.W..... A. D.IMT. a..aa 1. It ill as fiwteer L Deck
krtho MM ...,....... otkorwho iko oUnroWooo, of MM MU i WITHOUT GAS OR BLOAT 4 kara ore. L Maw
St JohaV-Redland; the Rev. It to tougher Ordered that this Md.; ... 0411 ko take M mates* ho MM Do. I hear, : Instantly: filings k"00-
Published. pan a week for ease _:.. ,l!.Kta.tIt I I : sobs. r... Ro4 Craw
Ceo. M. Poth, pastor. Sunday woo>> 111 Tho .........1............ a uwo. la further rdorao' that this ads to Rein canes s.lv.o-MCn-The' only Car = it" =0 o a.adiy
school each Sunday at 10 .. m. paper of moral ol.-Tulotlo lo Dooo Congo!"'published some a web for fear n tm..tweeks ,I modlcloo ronlomlos tko. "t Herbs of tool S. 1000114 wd
Hooltk. t).l kljr .1... bowtlo. .
: h> the LEADER-RNTERPRIIIE o blood sale for _lk roolotonoo.Ho4
English service on second Sunday FhrMo.DATED Ihk Ilk ta, of Dooomfcor, A. a. newspaper FvkUokoi. ta =.MMVo.o and, Tones klnddor.. I.wl.l orotoo IMF DanY depend go ae N..drOrst
q of each month at 3 p. m. and Ger- low solos action 11 loir btlnalalgo l' OTOM Car tonw *>4 (ot ot
.. B. LEATHERMAH.u This I8W .......... IMO.a. I wtfrlaoj liver kilo. Following Con- that .Idle. wars. SM M SraxMo.UM .
j awn service on fourth Sunday alII Clark, of Clreoll Cowt.BM.wrr. a LEATfrKRMAN I itlMtlon. Sour Stomo.cS. liulliiottlon redother
p.'not.r7 Clerk of Commit Casa Blllouonoos Eicoto: AeKnr M 044 ere.--.I.a.J -
Ct. 11ooi ::
Bf !. t OOUin, Dover Clot sickening .,m.t..... of slllotf Dole wb..rwu vale R.l '
! disorders which our tlrklT ....l.p w CkM (:.140 I" sad.. *... Cta*>
.. Cant
\ ODIB'li' _triSCOPAL- tlCt. OOBMH Clork of MM Cowt 'ICheolt small I (
M. BOTMO.for CARR a CARRIdara..td.e Irate moro 4.n.... o .1 art CoocTlVoo 10., JMOH ..nFriday -
MEN .. I .kLih o stir 1501 oop* rear newer,
1 fjKT fa i triTttiHt fHitar-fc P"tWf.Jac.( I, 1. .1-, -M.-IS) 4'a.5a54M.JO.L6.16.a. It) CM .... finw Uo-o-WoA tw.,.



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Twelve THE Friday,January 29,

t. &' TARIFF M Mil ill IMITIMMITT.Till ITM HIMLI III ill Ium It:I]:Tit:till I M it;li;Till IY I I Ifflil"IM1111TIT1111 VI 111111111 ",
Home Grown
Continued from Fag One EXCELLStrawberries
t In the two years previous to the'
present treaty CUba shipped less Q Soda Crackers
than 10 per cent of her
after Oct. 1, to no concession to
United States Growers wit made I qt. ... ... -.25c Ilb.pkg..l0c
Derestricting Cuba's latest shipments -'
to the month at September!
r A* it is now, fc* pointed -1 1 ,
;, CUba ship enough avocados SELECTED
September to have them an the i '
\ United State markets through; Peanut Butter POTATOES
: : October, and it restricted to the I

.. ..: aa month requested of June, the July August and August shipments -, 2 lb. jar ... .. 35c| FRI. AND Set T. SPECIALS 101bs. .. .. 35c
would be on the market
{ 1 lit I
, through September

.,;. { tie duced:enough cost records protection to how 1Ie that pro-It!I, RED LAND GRAPEFRUIT bushel 39c
., cost Florida growers nice and I
thr -tentbj cents a pound more ,
( than It cot Cuban growers to deliver -
! i avocado ill flew York. ARGO
,, Mr. Mature aid the Florida BULK
avocado industry needed the pro- PEACHES, No. 2% can......... 16c BISQUICK'
. .n of tariff but at It appeared Dried Pears

ti: they they were could toned not get to It ask at present for they! BULK P k g. ... ..... ddCs. 9921b

, next beet thing, a further restriction .......- 25c MEAL ORGRITS,51bs---------
of shipments from Cuba.
t Chandler, speaking for the tomato -I Handy-Pack I
! Industry, asked the commit FANCY, WHOLE GRAIN ,
I I tee to recommend that the preadent -
! grant an increase of 50 per/| lald1prkacel RICE, 5 lbs. .... ........__. ...... 25c Coca Colas
cent over the three-cent tariff provided D 1
in the Hawley-Smoot tariff KELLOGG'S 6 bottles .. 25c
[ act, which would be four and a,
half cent kit a 20 per cent preferential -. q t. jar ...... 1ge CORN FLAKES, 2 pkgs. ._. ..__ 15e (plug) bottle deposit)
>!> allowed Cuba- under an''
k { old treaty, or a net tariff of three I

w: and Others alx-tenth hi the centt.tomato delegationwho I Chase & Sanborn Coffee 1 Ib. 24c

:. I) American spoke Fruit were E.Growers W. Llns, H of, the W.I pkg.

t. : Bird of the Florida %ast Coast 1
Growers Association; and George THIS WEEK ONLY
: : Fletcher, representing the Florida I

Agricultural Tariff Association. New Red Bliss BAKER"SOa HERSHEY'S DEL-MONTE
When the time began to run short

Mr., Paxson surrendered hit..peakIn -, POTATOES COCOA, 1 lb. p1ig. .. .-..-... .... 15c
; time
to Mr.Loa and Mr. Bird I Ii PRUNES
who presented the sales angle of I .
i the Cuban competition. 5 Ibs. 1ge T031ATO 3 Cans 2 Ib k .. .19 e
I .... ... p g.
The three-cent --
tomato! tariff of JUICE .25e
< the __....._.. ..__
Hawley-Smoot act was loweri i
\ ed 23 per cent by presidential decree -
( : when the present reciprocal, Sun-CraCt Cane BULK-
. trade agreement was made with Georgia Super Suds, 3 pkgs. .. .. .. .... 25c
, '' Cuba so after the 20 per cent I SYRUP Brown Sugar
I t Cuban preferential la deducted I PEERLESS 1

; ; eight the present- tenths net rtth one three and 1 1t / gaL can ..- S5e lIARD WATER SOAP, 3 bars --- 10e 4 lbs. ....... 25c
t cent tariff can be Increased or I I
decreased 80 per cent by presidential -
f order, according to the Haw

k } ley-Smoot actCongressmnn Wilcox, who arranged -I SUGAR bulk 5 Ibs. 28cStandard I

I. the hearing, made an able i ,
and sincere .
t '; plea for Florida before
the committee both Mothers I I
and Paxson said and every member
, of the tariff delegation left I !
: Washington convinced that Wilcox: FANCY Quality

{ \ had don to and the would do all in his, CHUCK ROAST, lb. -.. ....... 20e Peas
}j power get protection asked I Rutabagas Corn or
+ by the growers.

'r j C the Senator Andrew committee Claude made,and strong an other pleas and W'I lb. ... ... .... 4c ONE-JIALF PORK SHOULDERS OR WHOLE lb. .. .... 24c No. 2 cans ._.IOe

t ben of the Florida \
''I congress spoke in behalf of BRANDED WESTERN

tection for Florida agriculture lectea ROUND STEAK, lb. --....-... 27c Golden Ripe ,
ij I Sweet Potatoes BANANAS

loury Fvkllo 5lbs. ...... .. 19c BEEF ROAST, lb. :........... 27c13 lbs. _.. ___.. 13c I
ends ISaon.xCH AND

M .. B-.. Aee.

:. MILK, any brand, 3 tall cans 22c I


Meets ant and. iWrd CVeAseaday.
I p. m. AnwH ai Legless OUt I Clover Bloom SELECTED Country Roll I!
(oM post.f.",(loailh KWMM Are, Country Roll VEAL ROAST lb-------------- 25c
Hwn .ee4, l1a'i Sausage Meat

lb. 38c RIB BEEF STEW21bs. ____ 25e per lb------__ 25c
". ....__ ..__ _u

i NLY SwiCt' Circle S BANQUET
4 MOMKCYHINOLC FRYERS, lb ..--.---.----... .. 35c.
; Picnic Hams Sliced Bacon
i; MTHCILS, Fresh Shipment Standards. q t. ...__. s9c .

' lb. .. n.. .n 24c OYSTERS Extris Selects, qt.15c lb. _..____... 35c
nakaw Drtr ret
, at MtnaU cad

II r 1A ADMISSION;a-11. lie S DfW-Deft" NICE CREAMY AND 3 can lb. 61 C

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t'4.] .,, .,.........".w..., ........__ z. tamed