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Title: The leader-enterprise
Uniform Title: Leader-enterprise (Homestead, Fla.)
Portion of title: Leader enterprise
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: South Dade Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Homestead Fla
Creation Date: February 4, 1938
Publication Date: -1941
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1931.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 29, no. 2 (Jan. 10, 1941).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 29, no. 1 (Jan. 3, 1941).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002057831
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Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
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,VOLUME XXVI-NO. 5 HOMESTEAD, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 4,1938 PRICE FIVE CENTS





I COUNTY TO GET BAY PARK DEED I





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HALT POTATO How Face Photo Reveals 2 Personalities WILL EXTEND ROAD TO CENTER

Demonstrated by Vocation ConsultantThe


DIGGING FORBETFERPRICE theory that every person by a committee whose work was OFAREAyITHOUTDEAYISREPLY /

has two entirely; different natures,I financed by Industrialists Interested -

which can be brought out by separate -| In eliminating! waste caused by.

study and analysis of each tide'electing the wrong men for various TO SOTTIIE REQUESTThree
of the face In full view photograph type of Jpbs, Dr. Pennlngton

was demonstrated before explained."Thousands.
Homestead Rotarians at their of men who were -

noon meeting Wednesday In Legion successful mechanics, salesmen Sailfish "Suggestions" of Donor
Harvesting Started Mon- CaughtBy
hall by Dr.Julian Pennlngton, and merchants were Interviewed,
day Held u vocation consultant of Atlanta.Dr. as well a* those who bad tried and Local Fishing Party Entirely Reasonable,

of $1.25 Market Pennlngton showed that by failed at these vocations," the Says J. D. ReddDEVELOPMENT
standing I shiny cake knife on speaker said. "From this hlUand- Three sailfish and many kingfish -
4 edge down the middle of the fact min method the .ueceuful'and ua. were the satisfactory catch SEEN
OTHER CROPS
BRING on a photograph, the half of the successful type in the various of a party composed of Clarence
GOOD RETURNS HERE photo being studied and Its reflection vocation were finally classified Parman, Howard Parman, W. U POSSIBLE SHORTLYNo

on the side of the knife and certain pigeon-holing of types rifieW and P. C. Cllham who fished -

Frost Damage Last Fri- gave a full view picture of what became known by statistics." in the Cult stream bit Whale Specific Provision in

the face would be If both sides For Instance, he said. it visa Harbor Tuesday in a chartered Budget, But Federal
Estimated at 15
day were the same a* the halt being learned that a man with square boat
2tt% in this Area studied. He used unretouched eyebrow usually was particular Mr. Fifield, assistant horticulturist I Project Likely

photograph of well known men and careful, had a place for every of the Subtropical Expertment : -
The offer of a deed to an (00-
pigging of potatoes, which started and women to show how one side tool or paper and knew where to Station here, landed one of
baited the middleof of the face I usually different from put his hand on anything that he the sails, a* did Clarence Parman acre park site fronting the bay
Monday wa
the other and reveal two person wanted at any time. Again, it local avocado and lime magnate I[east .f Homestead and Florida
the week to await an upward alities. was established that a tight ring and architect, and Howard, his 11"City for j>e x/.a] mile and threequarter -
trend In the market. A price off "Unretouched photographs are under the nose usually Indicated brother from Chicago who with made
*, wa to the county
1.2S a bushel was not considered essential such a study," he laid, a person of argumentative tendency his wife and daughter It i guest
satisfactory. "for retouched pictures choir us a* : ": w at the Parisian home here. commission Tuesday by James

the photographer thinks we would One side"of a person' face may Mr. Cllham, a visitor from Atlanta Settle, ST. president of South
Price on other produce were like to look and not as we actually indicate ability a* a mechanic, and at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dade Farms, Inc., In accordancewith

holding up well Beam which are appear to the unbiased camera yet analysis of the other side may; Preston Bird here, pulled In kingfish a promise he made nearly two
being shipped out of here by the lens" reveal slovenly shiftless and until he was too tired to put year* ago to the Redland District

carload by Landon Carney of C. Economic use of this photograph careless habit that would cancel his line out any more. Chamber of Commerce. The area
analysis la possible because of exhaustive out hit worth a* a mechanic," the offered world extend from a point

t and M. Dlnff Idtr, were bringing surveyand. test made catio\-; ,consultant laid .. ",". ?.., SW feet north of|h,.MowTy street
? $2 to *2.25; tomatoes' we're quoted, Among photograph used in Dr.. M'ClfYDADSREADY canal to a point 680 feet south of

,:J: to $2.20 a field crate Pennington's demonstration of ,the Florida City canal.
FREE FESTIVALDISPLAY dual and sometimes opposite personalities -, I Mr. Sottile said yesterday thatI
frost damage but Friday night I
in the same person were FOR FIRST I his offer was not qualified by any
WM estimated by Frank Rue, SPACE those of Wallls Simpson Thomas I,Iron-clad stipulations as to what
veteran estimator In this section I Edison: Bruno Richard Hauptman; when and where development

at IS to 20 per cent. Crept of all and other persona unnamed for 'WORKMEETING I I are to be made, but did suggest

kinds were nipped here and there, GOING RAPIDLY! reason obvious from the uncomplimentary that an east-west road midway

he laid. nature of the analysis Home.tead'a-- between the Florida City and the
administration
city
of avocado this I North Canals be extended east for
Shipping :year :
; will be all In readiness to
continue later than ever before, Fruit and produce exhibit spaceIn about three-fourths of a mile Into
Clarence Parman, of ParmanLehj j the Redland District Fruit Festival -I HIIS Growers Beat do business when it meets In its:' the proposed park area; hilt the

man Packing Co. Mid :yesterday| is going rapily and grower: first regular meeting Monday night,''tint expenditure for development
with price staying around $4 to who wish space in the display tent: St. Petersburg 23- in the city hall. Mayor Tom 'of the park site be made on the
$9 I field box. He attributedthe ihoijd make reservations at once I Harris and seven members of the I'area between the Florida City And
extended season to the absence II with County Agent C. F. Stellafll.It 16; Ft Myers, 29-14 council were sworn in at a special the North! canal; and that South

of high wind and a consequent was announced yesterday by the : organization meeting Thursday, Dade Farm be given equal maIn.I .

absence of bruised, damaged or Redland District Chamber of Com- Homestead High School's conquering 'night of last week. j'I tenance authority with the county
diminished fruit, to absence of' merce. There i* no charge to basketball squad defeated I I!{ The new council Ii organized over the park area portion of the
freeze and to the fact that the' grower for the space to exhibit three canal that drain the com
I Fort Myers High 29-14 Tuesday,'with Henry Broolur, Jr., a* president j
late fruit held OIL the tree better I' their products. night and seek: St. Petersburg High' and committeemen as follows I pany' extensive farm land on
than usual.The Frank Panno, Redland grower 23-lt I the East Glade.
Wednesday night accordIng : T. E. Kirby, fln.nCJ Frank I
gradual topworkini of old.who had one of the outrtandln'i to a telegram received here B. Rue utilities; J. 0. \Vnn.' po. I The) purpose of extending the

tree into better varieties--* process .1 r fruit display at last year' fair, from Coach Ted Bleler ,.. 'lice; E. C. Chronlster, building;; midway road Into the proposed
which has been going on I I will double his display pace for I morning. The quad, I Ben) W. Morris, streets and parks; county park would be to provide a
throughout the district for the put :this year' festival, and Indication panied by the coach and .terda'i W. R. Bird, sanitation and library; road of entrance into the park that
are that other grower plan to Increase would not be blocked to traffic at
Heater teacher Brooker fire
two year by grower tired of science In department.
I' I i
their exhibit to co-op-rite" periodic Ume" by machinery,
feeding bad! stock-Is responsible i high school, left Tuesday Homestead' refunding bonds:
in making the 1938 Fruit Festival equipment and crew used in the
annual road to the
on trip west
in great measure for the' good an have been received from the engraver
I t I what the name implies.To maintenance of the canals a con-
yield and fair price that have I coast, after having defeated all and have been signed In '.
f co-operate with the chamberof dlti occurs at time the
vailed this year, Mr. Forman pre-I comers ta th rrto/tf east coast preparation for delivery to bondholder .II I on
commerce in extending: the hospitality district r n the banks of the
with iM of Miami
Thl has been a most : of toe Redland District to exception : *. The new council, led by \
I
High, School. They were due Mayor Harris, chief negotiator of ..
ful avocado season. he said. "The ,
festival open house will i to execuU- the
to visit Lake Wales and Bok Toweryesterday
i Vd'fni the refunding deal Is expected to
price per crate has not been high be the week of the and return to Home- i } gee ..s c county agen
but the yiell has been better and .dtf everything possible to put Into
:festival, Feb. 28-March 5, by a Continued Page Four to ." at development of
the fruit has been better, resulting number of Redland and Silver on ) effect the tan discount promised the par' ,nonabl limits,"
in a steady demand from and supply Palm grove owner, among whom I lnconnecttion, ; with the refunding Mr. So -.ad.
for the market I will be Mr. and Mrs. C S. Tennessee Kid KayoesSid agreement County Cfemmlsffoner J. D,

A splendid man.-> crop I* foreseen Col and Mr, Alva Lee, AIl.n.1 Kendricks in SecondA Redd said \Wednesday that Mr.

by Mr. Parroan if the reasonably Mrs. H. A. Morris, Mr. and Mrs. C. Tests for Tuberculosis Sottile suggestions were entirely

dry weather now being experienced Q Calderwood and Mr. aa Mr*. volunteer scrapper;; who must! 'To Be Given in SchoolsThe within reason, pod while this
-continue during the J. T. B. McElroy. be known as the Tennessee Kid year' budget contained no specific
blooming period. Wet weather i A silver loving cup for the Fu- for "'aaof Information on his provision for expenditure in the
during bloom time cause the tree s JuTAWq latdm 'IauueJ Writbest proper monicker, kayoed Sid state board of health Win proposed park, them would be no
to shed their bloom and the mango exhibit the festival was Kendrick Jr. In the second roundof send a representative to conduct unnecessary delay in complying
crop to be) materially: shortened. :offered this week SVtnnty Purchasing a M9-1K bout last night at the 1 test for tuberculosis in tile tenth (Continued on Page Four)
: Amt.W D-Joyce. Chaa. Homestead Future fanner fight eleventh and twelfth grade of I

CUILDUN'S HOME SOCIETYTO T. Fucha, I r., president the program In the school gym. Homestead and Redland school on THE,WEATHER
BOLD ANNUAL" MUTING Fuch Baking Co., and Henry It Robert Orubb won over Gen Apr. 12. Mrs. Jane Neibltt\Homestead -

Filer of Miami will also be cup Saunders by a technical knockout I I P.-T. A. health chairman,! CIMoIooI s.aan mess a 1M ...........l
announced yesterday. Any childin .__ ........ 11---0 r__
The.) thirteenth annual meeting donor, it was announced by in the second round of a 129-pound
of the Southeastern Branch of lbe !George L. Swan chairman'of the crap. Id ToppiiM got a decision the lower grade may have the Dale |JUxMln[ ) Bar.) Bate
ChttdMtn'i Home Society of Florid ,festival publicity committee.: over Richard Bigger In three test also. If a consent dip la signedby Jan, 28 ._--1 5t | 32 130.47))

*will be held at I p. m.Monday, I Bumper signs advertising the round*of- -$ -p0un4 bout. Howard hit parents sad family doctor, Jam 29Jan. .....1 II .I 41 I I
Feb. T, in the University Club ,festival dates have arrived and West won over John Kuhn Sash year we find etuta. case 30 .-_I IM'I IS | I
Professional Building Miami The :will be distributed at once to pub- by a 'technical k. o. In the first of tuberculosis la our schools, Mrs. Jan. 31 I 71i I 184 ((3120SI

business meeting and reception !lie spirited automobile owner who round of a 115-pound' Kenneth Nesbitt said, and early discovery Feb. 1 _.__. i eii I |30.III
fallowing will celebrate the organ!* I call at the chamber of commerce Glenn and Frank Topplno fought with early treatment mean a Feb. 2 i 176 I 57 |ISO.181|

zatkmt thirty-sixth year. i buUdintvMroBwaa (aid. ; te a dryin-three" round cure. .' rob I ... -.1119( fc W JiO.lfj J,


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Pace THE LEADERENTERPRISE Friday, February 4, 19

the past three week because of trailer camp: on his grove on :
OVER 50 SCOUTSENTERTAINED illness Palm avenue and Redland road in .
Florida City. Two cabin are prac-: *

BY HOMESTEAD SCHOOL NEWS Mr*. Payne substituted Wednesday Wally completed and more will

In the absence of Mrs Dye. be built later.LEGAL.

BT NELLA SAULS The pupil In Mr. Dye' room
LEGION POST l are making an Eskimo village. NOTICE

HONOR ROLL First grade: high John Ruehle, NOTICE Of APPLICATION roll tat: a
Bobby Delta, Fay Capllnger, Ray I Miss Ray' third grade held an IUIO.
More< than fifty member of the Senior class: high Alta Webster Capllnger; low, Bobby Monroe election for Roosevelt City this Ckwtor ITMT-AU W IMS. fit A-IM*
NOTICI I* HEREBY GIVEN that
Boy Scout troop of Homestead Mary E.: Kyle, Dorothy Home, week. Philip Howard was elected Meru,. O. MYn r. bower of state .ad
Cecella Harper, live Dyal. Effie mayor. The councilman are County Tax C.etNka. II. area lewd"
and Redland witnessed the The high school wu glad to A. D. ,
open. ao Aa.wR
the
Booth, Eugene Scherr; low, Nina have news that the basketball team Roland Harris and Joan Connor. filed ::1n My .sn,., and ban = =
ing and closing of an American; Pearl Bush Boise Qossman, Mar- New committee also were ap .1---
victorious In Its first ... ,..
was Mnbnmi
on OwtirlMM Uw
game MM
Legion meeting heard Tom Kelly, Jorle Moeer Nella Saul, Evelyn the west coast Tuesday night when, pointed. 10...... ......... ._ Ie ,he Coui.tI ,-
Ellen Redd, I *t te rf rioriJ., to-wlti
commander of Harvey Seeds Post Pope, Vann. Marjorie Dodo. >
II it defeated Fart Myen by a score Block *. 80,_. .
in Miami and leader of that poit'i Pierre McDaniel, Norma Cossman. of 29 to 13. We understand that' Mr*. Thurman'i class: 1* very I.Mae M/ In .ttw Comty r.1tDad..,

famed drum and bull corps, give Junior class: low. Harvey Rue, aU the boy had a part In the vie. sorry that Peggy Chamber I* out Rob_* rbrUa.TW m ol MM cniMrtir M4v .
of the and Its Elizabeth McHwaln. Betty Rich tory. of school because Of Illness. Arthur ... rid ...."Ie...* bound vas la the MM
a history corp
laurel, enjoyed number of amateur ards, Mary TorrUe Howard Brandenburg Is back after being I. BunUy' MM C .rtUntaM ...-till.... emu W ......,..
and ate hot Thompson Marcia Oauzena, How I out because of Illness. A birthday .. _m. to Ia... DM assert, MMrlbUwnla -
entertainer dog
Kathleen Freeman 1 II a new .< will W toM to the Mihwl fcii.4w .
ard Lamb Trultt Dullard, Edna
candles
cake with
seven wa
drank limeade. ., IWIM door
sandwiches and
pupil In the eighth grade this week. the Court mi Uw fink
.
It all took place at the Legion I Booth. drawn on the blackboard In honorof Monday In UK. aiMltkf ld..ilk. INS
vhkk. h tin rah day W M>reh, IMS ,
hall In Homestead Wednesday Sophomore class: high Edith I Mrs Cart Field substituted this Joe Reynolds' seventh. birth. DeW this fad any at Jr.h.....,. IMSB. .
night when both troop, together Becker; low, Herbert Booth. day. II MATKERMAN
,week in the absence of Mr. Hester. Clerk of C".... Couri,
with Scoutmaster A. a Cain of Ninth grade: high Constance Dode COlIn",. Florida.
Homestead And Scoutmaster H. F. ; Hunter, Katherine ortalledel.1 Mrs. Edwards' class has finished circuit CIoart awl
New pupil In the Dr N. C. IITIRI&TI': D. c.
Mitchell of Redland were guest Jamie Richard, Doris ; elementaryschool Its butterfly border. (F.... t. II, II. i||
of the local John O. Salley Legion Jack McMichael, Sherrlden Miller, this week are: sixth grade,
Annie Laura Sims; fifth grade,
Post Elbert West, Adrian Callahan.
Roxie Bentley; fourth grade, Violet Dr. Shanklin Opens
A. S. Macfarlane Dade County Trances Lamb, Preston Betty
Boy Scout executive, was an honor Brown, Virginia Klnner.lrd. I Louise Howell and Billy Dinatale; Tourist Camp in Grove NEWT G. BALL
third grade Caswell .
Bentley, and .f
truest The three scout leaden Eighth grade: high Mabel B.I'Louis Hoope; second grade, Bob- 4t

made short talk In response to Pope,Either Rucker Doris Thompson by DuBose; first grade, Jack Bent- Dr. Lloyd C. Shanklin will open NOTARY PUBLIC
request made bf Commander Carol' : Walker, Lamar Dick- ley. over the week-end, a tourist and
George Crawshaw 0( the Homestead men, Mary Jo Close, Edna Porte.

legion post .. Wave llortonj; low Annette Campbell Mr*. Flfteld fifth grade Is displaying Fire Insurance and

by A eight-year-old blackface song Richard and dance LeDuce skit \ Lewis Eaker, Alice Rleth- pictures of Washingtonand 0. 0. Brewster, M. D. Kindred Lines
maler.
Lincoln. The pupils are EYE. EAR, NOSE AND
of Miami the first entertain
wu Seventh grade: high, Hilda Dod. very proud of their new library THROAT TREATMENT
ment LeDuce number. His sister dunce, Rosalie and I son, Athley Kemp, Fred Hobart, book, "Story of Peter Pan". The Classes Fitted-McCrory Arcade I IS N. Krome Ave. "
a
a tap
gave
Castanet dance. Their mother, low, Milton Hunter, Mary E. Dear. clas I* sorry that Wynell Shep. Hours: 9 to 3

_. is.. H r 1.e LeDuce Mlaml "..n... Ing Virginia Wood, Elizabeth ard hal had to be out of school tor
er Buck, Lois Pierce, Katherine Roltrer -
Ing .I Instructor, played their piano
Dorothy Sullivan, Mavis, M1 EII>e
accompaniment 1 I Watts.

Sixth grade: high\ Clarice Dod-
Dr. G, 0. Brewster Opens son Esther Knight, Sue Moye; low,

McCrory Arcade OfficeDr. I I Aida Connor, Arnold Mcllwain,
Robert Taylor.

O. O Brewster of Avon Park, Fifth grade: high, John Taylor, Pontiac
Dorrls Dodson, Harry Bishop Shirley
eye, ear, nose and throat speciallst 4
,. today open an office la the Danzey, Margaret Caruthers,
McCrory Arcade. His office lathe Elizabeth Peterson, Margaret
Booth; low, Jennie Hardy, Lon-
last one on the north aide,
next to the Social Welfare office. nle Horne:

Dr. Brewiter came to Avon Park Fourth giacte; ii.h, Ernest Roberta Rules the Low Price Field
four years.,ago from New York I Eileen Scherr low, Billy ,
where he had practiced his profession Brown Billy Melton, France Foster -
for 40 year Moat of that Dorothy Kuhn. ,.

time he was associated with th'l I[ Third grade: high Joan Conner, i'
Post Graduate hOlpltll1he.. Barbara Jean Smith Donald Nee-
Shift
clinical capacity.He ley, Winifred Danzey; low, Ruth Safety .
Is a graduate of Jefferson Byrum. \
Medical College of Philadelphiaand Second grade: high Connie '

hat held many hospital pos Campbell, Albert Hinman, Bobby $10 .

itions. Nichols, Arthur Brandenburg, Barbara f
He came to Avon Park to be Jean Horne, Delore Kavney,
.{n I warm climate and he now I Thelma, Chlnnera, Elene Strick 'Extra
want to try a climate warmer land, Louise William; low, Irvine
than that of Avon Park. Melton Joy Peter

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REDLAND CAFE "


UBS. A. NABOBS, Prop. COUPE $938 ':

DINNER Sfa PLATE LUNCH 1S.

TUDOR SEDAN $698 ////1



FORDOR SEDAN $1019 i I i'

Dusts and Sprays TOURING I "

TUDOR SEDAN $994 .
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We carry in stock all of the materials listed be- FORDOR TOURING SEDAN $1015 .. :.

low for the mixing of dusts and sprays.
DELIVERED IN HOMESTEAD


We have here now an electric dust mixer and we


will be glad to figure i with dust .
very you on.any Better see us before you trade

mixture that you may want.



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LluaeMae rail CaUnai Geese Arsenals Sniphwfyrt threwAetlnted DM Preston B. Bird Motor Co.


Beat Copper Tobacco Duet
Homestead Fla. Phone 18
sad assay ether materials.The ,
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Kilgore Seed Co. Across from Tag AgencyI'


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Friday, February4"1938 .' '''" ',.' "I LEADER-ENTERPRISE: +e TrwwMRS.


UVINGSTONI!University of Miami Announces One Airs. B. II. Edwards'

Mother Dies in Macon
I Day Institute for Women's Clubs
TAKEN BY DEATH I 1
ss Mrs. E. A. Ron, mother of Mr*. P
The University Miami announce on the lubject of the day R % Edwards M Florida City
I one-day Institute for TIle one-day institute will be I EO
Mrs. Beulah wife and of Mri.
R. grandmother Henry
Livingston,
the) women' club of Florida on open to all visiting clubwomen and
of A. R. Livingston, pioneer civil Wednesday Feb. t In co-operation their friends a* well a* to the Brooker, Jr. died at her horn In

engineer of South Dade, died early with the Florida Federation of member of the Florida Federation I M.col01., on Thursday, Jan. 27, ..j
Saturday of a heart ailment from Women'i dub, to be held at the of Women'i Club. Luncheon reservations at the age of 6L Burial took
which she had suffered for several 1'1 University in Coral Gable The should be mad by call
: place In Macon Saturday.
yean Funeral services were subject ot the day1 duclion will ing Mn A. W. Koch at the University -
conducted at 3 p. m. Sunday In 1 be "Democracy, Today and Tomorrow of Miami Girl Dormitory, Mrs ROM was born In Macon
St. John' Episcopal Church by ." phone 4-9112, not later than Mow and WM the founder of the Macon ,
the rector, the Rev Thomas Mel-I Similar meeting of the Florida day, Feb. 7. chapter of the Daughters of the GeneralPublic
rote Member of Ad Astra
American Revolution. She last
Federation of Women'i Club have
Chapter, O. E. S., attended In a
visited Mrs. Edward and Mn.
been held with marked auccei at MISS VAN NAME DIES
body. the Florida State College for Redland friend have received Brooker, her In !D30. Utilities
Mn Livingston, who was M
Women and other Florida colleges word of the death Jan IS of MIA Other survivors are: two other
old at the Urn of her death, .
yean i The program for tM day will be Ida Van Name of Staten Island daughters, M... Walter E. Blountof
came to Homestead with her husband Homestead piece IC5-M
>* follow: 10:30.: moaning session, Miss Van Name anent two weeks Washington, D. C., and Mn
in 114 She Joined Ad
with Dr. John Thomas Holdsworth last winter with her sUtcr-lra-law, Ben Johnston of Richmond Va,;
Astra Chapter of the Eastern Star
at the principal ape_: 1 p. m. I Mr. L. C. Van Name, at the Hag- a lUter Mil Helen Prescott of]
her In 1115 and was one of Its
I luncheon In the university cafe- I aman home In Redland after the Atlanta, who la now visiting with
oldest members in length of mem.
teria; 2 p. m., afternoon session death of Mr*. Van Name' father, Edward, and I brother, Win. AD9'EVER
bershlp She had a voice and partIn ItMrs.
with prominent speaker talking Andrew Higaman. I of Atlanta.
the Florida
creation by the
Federation of Women's Clubs of -

Royal Palm State Parkk, nucleus
for the Everglade National Park,I
an area which, her husband was
engaged In surveying at the time.'
Before her marriage In 1810 at
Kansas City, her birthplace Mn'
Livingston wa a graduate nurse j SOUTHERN llONTAllTY ?

of the University Hospital of that i NEAR OF
city Mr and Mr*. Livingston lived
In Miami a year before comingto ,
Homestead, and In that year she:
organized a nurses' association In,
the Magic City. After coming to I

Homestead the took an active part I
in women' club work and wa'
prominent fraternal circles until -I
the time of her death.
On Monday night: of last week GUFF
she attended a meeting of the Upland
District Improvement Association '

in company with Mr LJv.Ingston .:
and friend
Burial was In Palm Cemetery I|
at Naranja Pall bearers were J.,i iD
..Redd, A. C Easton, T. E. Kirby,
W, R. Bird, Fielding A. Ruff and!

Wt J. Clark: ,

Public Incited to Hear I

Theology Professor!I Itor

2

w. A. Smart, professor of I t /
f Biblical theology at Emory Unl N 1
vanity In Atlanta will begin a
series of Bible lectures on Wednesday I'

evening, Feb. It, at T:30j
o'clock In Homestead Methodist -
r.e

"Dr. Smart is one of the truly I
great mind of the Southland,":j
said the Rev J J Richards, pastor ,
ot the church. In making the I'

announcement. "He I* a man rich!I 4
In experience profound In Intellect -
marvelously simple In his
presentation of profound truth
and magnetic in personality."A .
truly great program Is plan- s flq
ned, one that Is worthy of our best
efforts. There will be no charge
whatever for any of the lecture
The public Is not only Invited but
la even urged to be present. All
pastors and members of all I

churches In the Redland District,
and on the Florida Key are cordially -:
Invited to co-operat, This
Is one of those rare opportunities i! STRANGER-if you and your car want a tf

that may not reoccur soon Meet thegenuine warm a* tbe Florida sun, just J

The lecture theme announced stop in at UM Sign of the Gulf Orange Disc. .
for Wednesday Feb. IS at '
"The holy Spirit in the Old 1:30'1 article We ve tradition to uphold and we promise rY;" .t

ament"; for Thursday, Feb. to do you proud. Youll get quick, courteous

10 a. m.. "Amos, or Religion and at Florida'sGood service, friendly advice on route of travel,
Morals" and at 7 30 p. m, "The
Holy Spirit In the New Test plus the itate'i finest petroleum product

ament"; for Friday Feb. 18, at 10 Gulf Dealers! Make a not of Gulf Touriel Sprcial*"-
'a. m.. 'Habakuk, or Military Povr.r .
and come in to>> sample them soon.
and Spiritual Force"; at 710 "

p. an., quarterly conference, and
at I p. 10, "The Holy 'Spirit=: and

John Wesley and th* Holy. Spirit : .
Today- end 'for Saturday Feb I -.- >

II; at 10 a. m., "Jonah,:oc s" Big ', ,GULF"TOURIST SPECIALS"sass.lowest
Cod and a little Man".

Oa Feb JS, at .TOO ;jp.,'ax "Dr. ."rioaiai till pi.we ..... .UU'.IH..' CMMtOI-R<*beee tnmlwon .
Smart will,preach In Abe Homestead .N_, Otiose lob It-dtfa 4 stetiamef oil with finish 100% fWe Pennsylvania: -
Methodist Church, j tile sews,.* detail daisytor sW Flow fr"1-** *.....,. :r"
HMS rfbitarMtall. chatty. ..read, ., y
.Utf ND-NDN rmt The ImockpnJ (M I
Dr. Leonard W HasklnGLASSES nit Mat CAIM-Amnuif earls I* M) to -,.. need Is fur wp.apeed .Waring is.... '-
aspswt+aa III Ere say UM soft h..ik uses OmUid s. aJ. ti4n|. em Lip--- ears. '.I e N 4
ragas sae anal-tea ass Stop U and get yaw AM.kAMATO .
LUI.ICATION-P .
OUtS up year
*, mil AND lATTftr CMieiUO weary ear mad banishes chassis ....- .. AS]
141 M. N. rind rear WIS BE GULF'S
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costrirnctY Ala rownrriomoCONVKNiaNT Theo firs across will IMF you out of ..peril.&at a reasonable prior* GUEST
tsars a Pith of trouble ea UM_d.
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THE-LEADER-ENTERPRISE i II f=LORID ill 44QN I ..a .. 1r* Ir+ raMA' HZ22 | I GRO'VERSVIN' :


Published Friday at HonwFU. .'._' "....'.. t... 1"d' W'! >:'-"':!-: 'h; "

...... ., by the South Did "HVM8Ee .-. ', .. :.. .:.. :t '-. ?- 'If:, (Continued From Page On)
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BEN ARCHER __' Miter: I ..srGAMJ"OCOMQZI .,' ..-..... ;:..< ,.', .( .'. ., J": ".414ni ', In another game with l elJand,
BU2JOUK LEACH ARCHER V.6TNAT '__ .. .' ., ,, ,j,. again featured by keen rivalry,
... ___ ._ Aaeaeiale Editor MADE .. .:.r.. ".. ..9MC... N"-1 t.'<." :' .it.:+r' ".' M ; the Grower defeated the Dla.mondback .
I2AIUlOAD '. J2-J7 in the Redland
1b ,
Eater: M eeond UM mall RISI' la '_ gym Jut Friday night Chambers
ratter March .. 3912. at the al .. V'J center for Bedland, led the SCOTT
ditto at Besneatead.Florida.under lag tor his team with nine point
fee art et Morels 1. IHfc and was closely' followed by Edwards ,
with L Little, with g t
|f SUB. PB1CE. SLM A TEAK
point, wa high man for Home
,
stead and Cave we second with

Not Promoted I 7,
Ii The lineups and cores: "'

He watched the clock.H i Homestead ft ft pf 'j

WM always late V McKay, t --- I 0 ,2 i t
He only half did thing y Rue, f 0 0
Ht dldnt study up oa his Job. Bishop, t =:=: S 0 ;

B* associated with bU Inferior Martin, 0 0
H* did not strive for promotion. I I Little, cf ==.::: 2 4 t '

H* didn't have toll CaVIl, g _._..__ 1 1 2 :1'
WM the president ot the com McMichael, g _.._-.... I 3 1
pany.Scouting. vAaSONYlLLZ I Kedlaad

-*' Ames, t ...._._..__.._ 0 ft a
Has 28th Birthday t /IOCDAS THE Vlhlen, t ._......_,__.. 1 0 J 1 i,

MOST W .S.ceN PORT Edwards, t ......_ ...... 3 2 2''

I Off THE ATLANTIC Swilley f __...... ._ 0 0 I
Chamber, e....... 4 I 1
"Building a stronger generation"U ... Chamber, g ._ . I 2 0
the them for the twentyeighthbirthday "' Graham, .. '! 2 I
y celebration to be observed :, OCEAN g ,
"\00
( nationally /ebruary 6 to Referee, Mason; umpire Swarts.

F 11 In commemoration of the foundIng -, .
t of the Scouting movement In I park east of Homestead and Florida
I If City, the local chamber of
: America W. ,
f In living" demonstrations of ALBERT H commerce two year ago had In
and do. mind the of It
, the things Scout know possibility making
. la various good turn" project JLODGErue a gigantic federal relief work pro-
y refuted to safety education. In, ? ject, In which the Civilian Conner
; their ceremony of reaffirming seas 0NE. vatlon Corp and the WPA could

s their Scout oath and law In their I both be employed, with the county I
r observance of Scout Sunday, Scout, commission playing the role ot

. will reveal their growing strength Back In 1901 on Feb. 28, before the Ga, to 74-mile siding, a distance of 4.8 sponsor It 1* believed that a
: and preparedness to face the exacting Plant System became the Atlantic CoastLine miles in 2 minutes and 40 seconds for a CCC company together with

t demand of participating a speed record was established on I I record of 108 miles per hour. This rem dredge and other necessary equip
I cittaenahip.'I I I this road that baa never been equalled ord was made under the observation of ment now at work on another
'I Reading between the lines oft I by any other Southern railroad. A train, the U. S. postal authorities in competitive county park, can be shifted to the

what Scout are doing, a deeper 1 consisting of Engine III one postal car tests of speed between the Plant South Dade project.A.

significance become apparent In, and a sleeper ran from Flembif, Ga., to System and a rival road. An importantmail D. Barney county park superintendent -
h* made a of a
map
boyish attitude toward life .1 Jacksonville a distant of 148 miles in contract was at stake. (See History
preliminary study for development
attitude Influenced by exhibit Scouting 1M minutes. The train attained its of Jacksonville by T. Frederick Davis) I it the proposed park. Submitted
to a
which causes boy
+i speed in stretch from Screren
a
greatest
cheerful spirit, a preparedness to i to the chamber ot commerce noently -
1 the sketch showed mln.
willingness -
a
accept responsibility '
to be helpful, and a confidence 1'SUNOILCO.WILL panya advertiilng laturelakes 4-i'; ; bathing
r !. themselves strengthened by a "We have always considered ournewspaper BAY PARK atoll, a yacht basin, boat dock
. knowledge of truitworthlnea end other improvement contemplated :
working advertising to be the
*. loyalty, courtesy and j backbone of the entire Sun Oil la the development
cleanllne, the tool of integrity CONTINUE USINGTHENEWSPAPER Company program," mid M. R.i Continued Front Page One) County attorney are preparinga
deed to submit to the commission
Scouting may be a boy' game, Leister the company** advertising with the donor's wishes In regard
but It I* truly Constructive game director, "and this year, after an to extension ot the existing road and to Mr. Sottile for approval

which la building a 1&1'01po. I exhaustive survey, have leeched Into the park area. He wa reasonably "I had to fir an old employee

eration the opinion that newspaper areson certain also that meat ; today I felt lorry-but sentiment

Philadelphia.( Feb 1 Coinci- outstanding for our uaa. would be found to begin actual, has no place in our business'
Will Your Son Die in the dent with the tint Sun Ool "This doe not mean we hall development of the park within a "What la your business, may I
(I Company advertisement for 1918, discontinue other form of advertising reasonable length of time. ask"
Next War I it was announced last week that'I ," he added, "but It doe In endorsing to the county planning "Oh, I manufacture ill sort of

For month put now parts of newspaper would continue a. mean that a major portion of our board the Idea of a bayfront I I i holiday and greeting card*,"-Ex.
I program will continue to be Invested -
Europe and Ala have run red with the primary medium to the com-
In the local ,
aoldier blood while England I paper
Germany, none Italy, Russia la to set kind of "Our .,reaearch has proved thatit
war up some supreme -:
I* the newspaper which help CORAL GABLES
have trembled on the brink of court of nation to hear I CYCLE SHOP
UI to reach promptly, each end
war on the brink of a war that dispute between nation and with!
every market In which we are interested -
might. have Involved America power to enforce Its decree*. Until
and because we treat our Sales Rentals Repairs
and no one can ay that the war tome effective league of nations
advertising a* newt, we have
that did com In 137 may not or supreme court of nation I
com In 38 or '38 or 42 or '45. I* set up, tome carefully planned learned and acted that It la read remembered genie First "Quality Always" .. t07 Alhambra ('Ir.

That potential war-that war that neutrality may be upon. I
tIturlont i i Tell the truth quickly la the
may even now have your son course But In run' WALTER C. PEACOCK Phone 4-2919
:keynote of this program and from -
.. marked at one of Ita victim I *- neutrality will not save us And I I ,
,the Sun Oil
r Company'
can no doubt yet be averted, provided even if it would, America would I i' experience
I can assure It Coral Gables Fla.
you pay*- ,
and provided only that never be content merely to save I
a particularly in the
peace-loving people in all nation her own skin while permittingweak new.papertleleL" I

move quickly, a million bereaved and defenseless nation to
: mother and father a decade be butchered and raped by Itrutal
hence may echo the heart-break.1 and vicious nation. We must cooperate I
Ing cry with all peace-loving nations .
"Statesmanship wailed too longt to put the law of God above
All those who loved peace waitedtoo the law of the jungle and the Fertilizers Seeds Insecticides
long Too, too long!!" I brute.--Dr, Clarence Poe in the
The only cure preventive of Progressive Farmer ,



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Want to Build dreth's Tomato Seed. Also Peat Moss, Goat and


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to use Redland Brand Fertilizers if you want results.


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BUdlng Material of All A'iWsTELEPHONE Manufacturers Redland Brand Fertilizer

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t Mr. and Mrs. P. C OUham left .." .. J. II ptom MM UJ Mveral day
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for their home In Atlanta, yesterday FLORIDA CITY /last Mft out U now able to be
after a visit of two weeks with Mrs, 4T. W. bleary, coerespoadrmt out again
Mr. Mrs. Proton B. Bird. "
In and Jlround and 'fli.rm3'RMr. :
A tacky party postponed from .
and Mrs. HoelUer of St Lout
FrMay WM held Tuesday
Mr. and Mn. J. T. Rouae of eveningat
arrived Saturday for a one-month the Community Church.
Nashville, Tenn.. returned home
I
stay iJthe Kuppertt house on
Homestead I Sunday after a visit of several
!day with Mr. and Mrs. Ceo. Frtck.Mn. .' Tenth treat. I Mr. end Mr*. Max O'Koon of

Frlck'i aunt, Mn. Ida Greenof Smith Louisville. Kjr, Mrs. S. S. Silver-
Miami, spent last weekend at Mrs. D. H. f Charleston, man and aon, Ronnie, of Miami,
the Frick horn W, Vi, is a guest at the borne of air*. CaawU and Mr. and Mrs.
Mn. ;John McChord and Mr*. Mr. and Mn. Walter Collins of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Simmons. Newman of Newark N. J., were

Carrie Thomas of Lebanon, JCy., FreevUle, N. Y., Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Mrs C H. Stitt of Summitt, M.J. Sunday guests At the home of
arrived Monday to visit their sitter Van Marter and Mr. and Mrs. ., daughter of W. I. Flsk, who baa Carlton and Kirfcpatrick have Mayor and Mr M. Sllvermim.Mr. .
Mi*. Julia Polk, their brother- Ceo, Soncool of Groton, N. J. The bean visiting her sine Jan 14,I opened a packing house In the
In-Uw and sister' Mr. and Mr' Van Marten and their guests motored left Mary for a visit In Saint Rue building north of Palm Avenue Mr. and Mrs. Tom H. McLeodof
H. W. Johnston, and their nephew through the farming section Petenbl. : Miami and Mrs. Frederick J.
and niece, Mr. and Mr, Jack Folk, and the key Friday and pent lublngvr and Harold J). Jones of
during the winter month Saturday In the Miami section. Mia Annie MM Booth, clerk In Lola Wilkes of Palmetto. arrived Hollywood were recent guest
Friday for the season. of Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Fonyth
Homestead
1 the post office, was UI
Mr. and Mr* BJorkman Mr. and Mr L, I.. Williams a few day this week.
announce the ir:J'a ion, Roy 1,are entertaining their niece, Mrs. The condition of Mr*. Harry
Ernest, on Wednesday at the PostGraduate 1 O. Hickey of Detroit. and her Mr. and Mr*. Sidney Smith and Degler who has been seriously ill BILL'S SERVICE
ftospltaL H. weighed I daughter, Miriam, who came Sunday Mr. and .In. Geo. Stink and the past week, I II reported to be
even pound night Mrs. Hickey Is the I children, Dorothy and Billy, aU slightly Improved.
I former Miss Vlrdee Lee William; of Miami, were Sunday 'visitors of STATION
Archer Smith, Theodore Franklin who made her home with Mr. and Mr. an Mrs. A. J. Campbell Tommy Whitehead who I is stationed -
William her at Norfolk, Va., I II pending
John Frederick, Roy Wood I Mr* until marriage Ie. )Kreas Are at Iii SI
and William Chamber, students sixteen yean ago. : Mrs. R.1 L. Martin. Mrs. Walter a few day with relative here.

of the University of Florida at I Benson, Mr*. Gid Der Rocher and Mr. and Mn. Lester (Opposite America Lsgleat
Gainesville, spent the mid-term Mrs Alverne Prescott of At- Mrs. Floyd Sexton, all of Miami I left Wednesday for Walkup Fla. Halt
holiday at their home In Home lanta who la visiting Miami yesterday pent Wednesday! afternoon at the I Mecca ,
for a visit with Mr. and Mrs. A.
itead. : visited her sister Mrs. E.1 I home of Mrs. J. Lawrence ScottIn B. Langham.
1.R. Hawke of Goulds, MM. B. H. Rodland. IS NOW
Frank DuMond, even-yeir.old Edward of Florida City, and Mr. Misses Isabel and, Mary Beckerof
son of Mr. and Mrs. Jo. I and Mrs. Henry Brooker, Jr., Mr.1 I James, Jr., thirteenyearoldson Miami vtoitsd relatives here
underwent a tonall and Mrs. J. L. Burton and MI'I'I of Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Nesbltt, Sunday.Mr. Open All NightJust
Coral Cable last week. DUMond'1 Annie Nabor of Homestead.Mr. I,has been ill this week. .
---- T and Mrs. Lesley B. Fonyth
T. B. Webb left Sunday and Mrs. A. L. Melaner of nUll Brattle, grand master of were recent dinner guests of Another Service ExtendedFor
his home In Lake City. New York City spent Monday and I I the I. O. O. F. of Florida, accompanied Mn. Mary H. Higgins of the Your Convenience
ren, France, Marjorie, Tom Jack) Tuesday Royal Palm State Park' by Mn. Seattle, left Tuesday man hotel In Miami Beach.Whit-I
and Billy, who have been living,lodge taking: moving picture of for a one-month official trip
with an aunt, Mrs. Andy Miller, In the bird and plant life there. Mr. through the stata. Ills first stop Mr. and Mn. V. O. \Ve Appreciate Your Patronage
Springfield, W. Va., will return Melander is on the faculty of New will be at the Odd Fellow's homeIn Miami 'visited Florida City rela-
to Florida to live with him In York tTnlvera Gainesville. tives and friends Sunday.J. .
Lake I
City.: Mn. C. T. Harper and her A. Savel'1-P; t Monday and AMERICAN GAS
Mrs. E. E. Atkinson, hostess
.tl daughter, Miss Cecelia visited in Tuesday visiting his ton and
and Mrs De-
Mr. Carl Steele of }Royal Palm State Park lodge AND OIL
Fort Lauderdale and Boynton lastweek. clau* taMn-law. Mr. and Mrs.
troit who were married there on,In Biscayne Clinic, Miami, for'
i C. W. Severy, in Miami.
Wednesday will arrive tomorrowto treatment. iI j
visit Mr. Steele' alter, Mrs. I
Sybella Chandler.Mr Mr. and Mrs. John Lloyd of Aga-i
wam, Mass., arrived Monday to, .
and Mn. J. H. Bellinger,'ipend a month with Mr. and Mn.'
who ha been visiting Mr. J;>el. Frits Jackson of Kedlaixt On '
linger brother-in-law and sister, Wednesday Mr. Jackson, Mr.;
Mr. and Mr. S. S. Beam, will leave Lloyd. Robert Albrecht and Max
this week for their home in Shel.i I Goldberg went deep sea fishing In I
by, N. C.Everett. I Mr. Jackson's boat Mr. and i
I Mn. E. A. Drown of Merlden,1 1I
Tolson who has been I Conn., were visitors at the Jack-;
visiting his brother, Roland Tol- son home Thunday.
*on. for the past three week, leftSundayfor i 4'a
his home In Norfolk,I n.. H. C. Harris Ml recovered I
:y,- -v. from an attack of Influenza
fr.fM confined him to bed for 11 that
and M.-El F. Anderson ,

who were married in Key West Paul Wagner of Grand Forks,i i --II. ;;: I
lust week spent a day or two In N. P, left Saturday aftej spending
Homestead before going; to their a week here with Mr. and Mrt '
home in Woodbury, Conn. James Weston Other GOING up!
guesU of Mr. and Mr\ Weston
Mt. and Mn. Cha Grimsley and were Mr. and Mn. Hurray Farris!l
daughter, Mu Beatrice, of Baltl- I''of Atmore, Ala.
more are guests I at Mr.\ and Mn.
Ceo W. Turner, Sr. 1---1

i the week-end In Miami with her I New homes are going up. and so are home
Mr. and Mr*. Howard Parman son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and
and daughter Patty, and Miss June Mrs. J. Klinkenburgh. 11 standards!
Sheldon, all of Chicago,came Tuesday ,
to visit Mr Parman'i brother
and aistsr-ln-Uw, Mr. and Mn.

C. J, ParmaaMr For Thanks to the low cost of building materials,

*. Antoinette Gram of Minneapolis the FHA Plan of
better home desfgnand convenient l
arrived Thursday of last
week to spend the season at the I
home of her ion, J. H. Gram, on PlumbingInstallations monthly payments-the average family
Weir Plummer drive. Mr*. Eu- !
Iloeu.Idab1 who made the trip i can now afford to build-and enjoy home com-

with her left for the North Tue.r !
day, < Mn. Cram' other ton, forts our grandfathers never dreamed oft!
Clarence Cram, li expected to .

arrive (4011.Mn. t Repairs i

J. H. Webster received a Now the time for you to build the home you
telegram Wednesday telling of and Septic Tank \1
the lightly Improved condition of I; want We'll be glad to explain how you can pay

her father, E. A. Hartaock: of AU j| ConstructionI ]
lanta, who has been seriously in @ most of its cost, by the month, out of your income.
with pneumonia. Mr. and Mr*.

HarUock visited-her recently. I I and ServiceSEE Let's talk it over.

Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Van Marter
had a* guest from Thursday till
Saturday, Mr. and Mr Wm. Bry-1: '
ant of Ithaca, N. Y Mr. and Mrs.
T. R. Bryant *f Rochester N Y..I Ir W. D. HORNE CO. Inc.

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Hardware and Building MaterialsFrank
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MISS PEARL CASON AND HERMAN RUTZKE, ENTERTAIN FOR FROSFCCnVE SISTER AND NIECE OF P.-T. A. FOUNDER .
II BRIDE AND GROOM -t"
JR., TAKE MARRIAGE VOWS IN MIAMI Mr. and Mrs. Ovid Sullivan entertained TO BE AT FOUNDERS DAY OBSERVANCE

-- at a dance at the Log
Tavern and later at buffet ;
Mr. and Mrs. 3. O. Canon an- ing with his father. a supper Mn. Grace McLellsu. Smith, a Developed During! 40 Year**.

BOUDC the marriage of their I The young couple will live tem- Mice at Grace their Hebron home Friday and Assail night Barrow for liter of Alice McLeDan BIrney, Mrs. W. & Mills la arranging
daughter, Pearl, to Herman Ruto- ponrlljr In the BuUke home on I musical: numbers representing
whose marriage will take founder of the P.-T. A, will be
ke, Jr. MB of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Roberto road between Coconut classroom work, and one of the
Rutzke of Redland, on Wednesday Palm drive and Silver Palm drive.A place Sunday afternoon. I preterit when the Homestead P.-, Erpi: Aim will be shown.
February 2, In the Dade wedding cupper WM given Those present besides the host T. A. ha Its annual Founders Day Every parent is asked to attend .
hostess and honor
County courthouse I anI1. I Wednesday Bight by the parent goesti were: program next Friday evening atC this meeting at which the purpose
,
l Mrs. Cason and Mr. md Mrs of the bride at their home, on Red. Mr. and Mrs. W. & Caves, Jr o'clock, In the Neva KtogXooper i and work-of. the organization will
Mr and Mrs. Vannle Lee Harris
I. B. Douberley, undo and aunt land road awl E:Amore drive.Present School and Mn. Joel J. Robin be explained.At .
Jr Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Ertnis:
F besides Mr. and Mr son, daughter of Mn. Smith, will the executive committee
of the bride, witnessed the certmony. -
Mr. and Mrs. Hunter Hanttn Mr.
Cason and the bride and bridegroom wear at the meeting the gown meeting Monday the members de-
wen: Mr. and Mrs W. W. and Mrs. Robert Darting, Miss which her famous aunt wore at cided to purchase forbackstops
The bride wore a rust Colored Douberley, grandparents of the Alice Hobson, Miss Dorothy Sykes the first National Congress of for the Jre-
suit and black accessories.. bride, Mr. .acliln. L B. Dauberley R. L Sherard and Tommy Brooker. Mothers in Washington, D. c.,Just court ,

Until the day before the wedding Mr. and Mn. Edward Little, 41 yean ago. Later the name To raise money needed for the
the bride had attended Redland Mr. and Mr*. Jesse Oreer, Mn.Ullle ARTHUR GUDE'S BIRTHDAY of the organization WM changed new projector they decided to
Hlfh School where the was la the French, Kill Lillian SwlUey, IS MARLED BY DINNER to the National Congress of Parents give a series of four Friday move I
sophomore class. Dorothy and Joyce Douberley Mrs. Arthur Gude gave aa Informal and Teachers. ing picture shows and to sell In
The brl 1J'OOII.Iao, formerly Myrtle Margaret Billy and Lin' birthday dinner for Mr. I Principal J. A. Rehwlnkel will advance tickets which will enable
attended Redland High School, coin Cason, Earl and Clyde Swll- Cud Sunday at their home In 1 conduct a symposium on "How an entire family to see the four
but for the past four year he has; Icy BlUy Anderson and Calvin Modello. Coven were laid for thehost the Ideals of the founders Have shows for one dollar.
been engaged In large-icale farm. Lee. ana hostess, their son-in-
law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs.J. .
LEGION AUXILIARY
Those attending were: Mn. Gen
COUNTY' FEDERATION OF WOMEN'S CLUBS Kllnkenburgh Mr. Gude'sbrotherInlaw MEETS WITH MRS. RUE E. Deuel, Mrs. Fritz W. Jackson, ,
and sister, Mr and
It I The American Legion Auxiliaryof Mrs. Ceo. W. Turner, Jr. Mn. A.
Mrs. D. :Rackett and Mr. and
WILL MEET IN REDLAND MARCH 23
4 Homestead made plans for its M. Vivien. Mrs. Frank Stillman,
Mn. D. Burton, all of Miami.
-- food booth at the Fruit Festival Mn. C. L. Stone, Mn. A. W. January -

The next meeting of the Dade show will be given. when It mrt Wednesday evening Mrs The Brewer, Mrs. H.
County Federation of Women's Mn. ton Worth Crow, library The Calendar I' .it the home of Mrs. Frank Rue. J. Armstrong 'and Mr. Nelson '"

dubs will be held in Redland on chairman asked that good magazines Mrs. S. L. Kendrick was appointed BAPTIST CHOIR "HAS
Wednesday, 'Mar. 23, Mrs. O. A. be donated to the state prison Feb. 8 Meeting of Townsend chairman of the buying committee. OYSTER SUFFER
Ssndqulst, the president, an Ralford, and requested that Club In Neva King Cooper School i Those present were: Mn. Harold The choir of the Homestead
pounced at the quarterly meetingof they be brought to the Miami Wo- I at 2:30. II I I Sheffield, Mn. Frank Schneider, Baptist Church enjoyed an oyster
the federation In the Cocoplum man's Club. I Feb. 7 Meeting of Homestead Mrs. Wm. M. Bradley, Mrs. Gordon supper last night In the Sunday
y clubhouse on Jan. 26. During the luncheon hour se. B. p. w. C. Ivey, Mrs. Ceo. W. Turner, school building.
Mrs. T. T. Steven, program lections: were sung by a quartet Feb. T Homestead Future Jr, Mrs. A. J. Smith. Mrs. Ken- About twenty were present.Mr. .
chairman Introduced Orville Rlgby from the glee club of the University Tamer father and son banquet drick and the hostess. h

who presented Matthew Woll rice-, of Miami In clubhouse at 7 p. m. The next meeting will be held and Mrs. A. F. Arthur entertained -
president of the American Federation Feb. T Meeting of Garden Club j J b. U in the Legion hall at 8 at luncheon Wednesday

of Labor, who said that organized R. D. Y. P. U. TO BOLD at clubhouse of Woman's Club of o'I I Mr."and Mn. Ceo. Lubkef, Mrs. x
r club women have great; WIENER ROAST MONDAY ilomastead. I 1---- Dobeon and .Edward Mesiick, all
{ power: the attain of the country The Redland District Young Feb. I Work meeting of.REDLAND AID TO BOLD I of Lewes, Del., and Mr.. Lutz of
that It Is up to them People's Union will give a wiener Homestead and Redland Home :QUILTI>0 PARTY FEB. ItI New Jersey '
to decide: 'Whether or wit roast at Ed's Place, southeast of Demonstration club in Relland. I I I The Ladles' Aid of-the Redland t
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democracy U to continue. I Florida City Monday evening. All Feb. t Business meeting of :Community Church will bold an all Mrs. Frank Rue and Mrs. Frank
John O. Preston, county director young people of the Redland District Woman's Club of Homestead. I I IFeb. day quilting party at the church Schneider attended a meeting of
of zoning, spoke en the present: are invited to attend. 10-rAll day quilting at on Feb. 10, the group decided en the Put President's Parley of the I
i and future value of zoningin, Redland Community Church.I Jan. 17 when It met with the pastor American Legion Auxiliary In
Dade County.. BENEFIT BIRTHDAY PARTYTO Feb. 11 Homestead P.-T. A.. the Rev. C. O. Nelson, 'at the Coral Gables Wednesday. A covered t
In the afternoon session the' BE GIVEN BY CLASS meeting at I p. m. I parsonage. j dish luncheon was served. ':,
resolutions committee presented a Plant for a benefit birthday Feb. 11 -Covered dish luncheonmeeting treelor
resolution of appreciation to the party to be held the latter part of of Woman's: Auxlllsry of N'
zoning-board'and to Mr Preston February were discussed at a,meet. tIng St John's Church'lthome >M\ -j .
t lll'U ] 1 iT: J. nm CL'L;
for their effort to preserve the of the Dorms Clsss of the Mrs. Frank Hausman at Vclock. !
beauties of the county. Homestead Baptist Church at the Feb. 14 Meeting of Monday
Mrs. Johnson Pace, safety chairman home of Mrs. Julia Polk on Jan. Music Club at S:30 at home of Mn.
reported that her committee IT. The public 1s Invited, the H. S. Wolfe.
la co-operating with the county, president, Mrs. E. L Lawrence: Feb. 14-Meeting of Ministerial site
end she reported also that the announces, and those who come are Association at Shanklln Grove. aQ ;Nasal Spray
lodge In Royal Palm State Park to bring a penny for each year of Feb. 11 Meeting of Gleaners
1* open to guests at any time and age. The proceeds will be addedto at home of Mrs. Dexter Horne. I gl I t |r.wttfctph-eVfus ft' 'if 1
asked that any club that has prom. the church's building fund. Feb. 19 Meeting of Woman's! <
bed assistance with china or The hottest served Kentuckyham Club of the Redlands. 2545575 Hti?

dishes, bring the dishes or notify sandwiches, cake, coffee and Feb. 18 Meeting of LegionAuxlllsry I
her. fruit Juice. at Legion hall at I
Mrs. Alexander Orr, Jr., finance The next meeting, It was ,n- o'clock. j S'se'S04E.ry..aierdte.4
chairmen, announced that the nounced will be held on Feb. IT. Feb. 17 Meeting of Dorcn
u.mb gib ibis
annual party sponsored by the Those present were: Mrs. J. CIua. I .it. Rai. Sias Resell
federation will be held on Feb. 23 Lawrence Scott, Mrs. T. E. Kirby Feb. 17 Visit of a E. S. grand ,es w
.. the Royal Palm Club and that Mn. a.o. W. Frick Mn. C. T. Harper matron to Naranja Chapter. I I
an interesting program and floor Mrs. W. L Lewis, Mrs. C. Feb. 17 Meeting of Presbyterian 'oath P ts +
I Hagler Rice. Mrs. A. D. Smith Auxlllsry at home of Mn. ,
THREE GRADE Mrs. Lawrence, the hostess and a R. Y. Burr. ,wog we Pusus 254
GIVE SUCCESSFUL PARTY visitor Mrs Laura Davis. Feb. 28 Meeting of Young Ma I Yeasf& Iron -- '
Eighteen dol'-rs was cleared I trons' Circle at home of Mrs. A. M., Tablets.tw.uw .
MM. D. P. BLAKE IS Logan
Wednesday evening foe the libraryof I
Miss Mary Jackson's room by LUNCHEON HOSTESS
the P-T A. grade mothers, Mrs. Mrs. D. P. Blake entertained at 75
A. W Hutchinson, Mrs. Ceo. D. luncheon at her home WednesdayMrs. t."r' PACK 14 fit**

Ruehle and Mrs. Floyd Fogle, whop C. S. Robinson Mrs. J. R. CHOCOLATE ,?
Hickson. Mrs. S. M. Hickson, Mrs.J i e
\. a benefit party In the Wo Q
man' Club bunding. |I! M. Hollerty, Mrs. A. F Arthur. I 1 LAXATIVE ;
Claude Campbell won the high and Mrs. W. T. Atkins.NATURAL .
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scorn prtxe at bridge; Mrs. J. Paul\ ,. - ". I Face
"Reynold: ', the low score prize; and i Ia mill.. 1WT11 Creams"
Mrs W T. Atkins, the cut prize. GAS |
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Mrs Robert Glenn, Jr, won the l III genuine
beano gi.md prize.
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About thirty-five were pnsentDR.RA.BERGER. OVe'II
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HANNAH SPIRO ASHER A. meeting were: Mrs. J. W. Gamer .. Th hostess this week WM Jane J JJ'MIha.

TO Bl GUEST ARTIST leader Mildred Greer Ma- Sb served Ice cream and 1

Hannah Spiro Asher of Miami dine OUmer, Catherine Dixon, cookie Th busies next week

University will play piano select June Cheshire. Doris Cheshire, will be Mary Xatherya Suber
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tone at the meeting of the Monday Ruth and France Rutland Present were: Jan Fucha Melba -

Music Club on Monday afternoon Barbara Jean Smith, Ul-. Van Winkle, Oui'km Pace. 1

Feb. M, at J.30 o'clock In din Falrcloth, Ruth Byrum Belle- Katheryn Suber, Barbara Miller.

the home of Dr. and Mrs. H. S. gen Bullard and Evelyn Devil.rREIB1'1'ERI"N' Ann Rbeney, Ardel Parman, Vida

NARANJA CHAPTER, 0. E. S., GIVES Wolf Mr Ga M. FrIck will, Clark, Margaret Stillmaa. Ana 1
be Joint bMten.REDLAND AUXILIARY Hickion, Marion Edmunds, Jenny
FAREWELL SHOWER FOR MRS. RUPPERT I HEARS LUNCHEON REPORT 1 Hardi. Virginia Klnner, Dora '

Scott, Frnces Rutland; Athle
y
It wa reported at the meeting
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Mr*. Sue Ruppert "mother- ben on her accordion. I MEETINGS POSTPONED of the Woman Presbyterian Auxiliary Kemp nerd, Mlsa Geraldine Whitkoff, Mrs.and Msy-Mrs.

1 the Nartnj. Chapter of the 0. J:. Gift for the honor guest heaped Ties Redland P.-T. A. executive yesterday afternoon .t SkIlL
of this on a tea tray, were brought In committee muting which was to the borne of Mr R. E. Trotter,
left Wednesday
8 who by Mr*. Mary Epperson, oldest be held this afternoon, and the that $ 0.OS had been cleared on the
week to.1'IIIde at VIe Masonic member of VIe chapter. general meeting which WM to be annual potato motorcade luncheon

.!tI Y home In Saint Petersburg was gtv. Pie and coffee were served.. held Feb. U have both been postponed which the auxiliary served last Spaghetti Dinners40c

ea surprise farewell party Thurs- Those present were: Mr. and until a later date. week. I Y
day afternoon by tile chapter at Mr*. W. H. Owen Mn H.F. Reels Mn .D. P. Blake conducted the

tile bean of Mn. D. f. Baahar.Mn. of Miami, Mr*. H. H. Graham Mr*. Bible study period. -i
I. Ruppert WM the first worthy Walter Thompson Mr*. Robert RECITAL IS GIVEN Thom present were: Mr*. It. Y.I

matron of Nannja Chapter. Bell Mr*. Charles Behren, Mr*. AT SCOTT BOMB Burr, Mn. C. S. Robinson, Mr
The Baahor horn was decorated W. D. fiayera, Mrs. Sadie Vihlen.Mr Redland piano pupil of Milt Oeo. D. Ruehle, Mr*. H. & Wolf. We serve home-made

with yellow rosin, yellow gladioli *. Tom Chapman, Mr C. N. EUoula King of Miami and violin Mr*. J. M. Holferty Mrs. A. S. Italian bread
of Mia of the BakeryIn
and nasturtiums, and blue ageratura. -i Henderson, Mr*. Tom Torbert, pupIl Anna King Darling. Mrs. A. F. Arthur. Mrs.B. .
I Mr*. Ceo. W. Draggers, Mrs. L. A. some place\ gave a ncltallad week J:. Oatlln. Mn. E. L. Nelson connection; Joe Pa

Mr*. Geo. E. Reed gave a readIng rmnell, Mrs. Ch.s. L Oolej Mr*. at the horn of Mr. and Mn. J. Mrs. Blake and a guest, Mr*. W. lazzola

"The* Old Family Album," In i Frank Walker. Mr*. Hugo Vihlen, Lawrence Scott. T. Atkins. prop. .
which she substituted the Eastern Mrs. John Brown, Mrs. Matt The program follow: The next meeting win be held
Hill"_ WUlim
Star member for the member of Bond, Mr* W. 0. Talbott Mrs. "Up the on Feb. IT at the the home of Mr*.
the family in the reading. Mar Reed, Mrs Basher, Mrs. Epperson "Bell In the bteeple" ._ William Burr. PALERMO'S
i Richard Scott
Jori logic] played several num- and Mrs. Ruppert. I SPAGHETTI HOUSE
"The* Little Grey Owl" _- Williams
Mr. and Mr*. Hugh Seattle, Mr*.
"Lucy Locket" ..._. ?..' William
W. M. V. CIRCLES HOLD less.Circle Diddle Diddle Dumpling" ___ Cora Belle Grlnold and C. P. Grl- Clinton Garage Bldg.

THEIR FEBRUARY MEETINGS Four held an all day ___.___ '_'n. Williams nold entertained at dinner Sunday Florida City
The five W. M. U. circles of the I meeting Wednesday at the home Lenora William .. Mr. and Mr*. W. E. Sunderland,
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Homestead Baptist Church held I of Mrs. R. E. Edward for studyof "Adoration" __ __"'___ Borow n.kl Mr. and Mrs R. J:. Sunderland.
their February meeting this week. the book: "Pioneer Women", Jacqueline Howell Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Swartz, Wm.I

Circle One under the leadership by Una Roberta Lawrence. Mr* "Haste Merry Kitchell and Bert Snlffln, all of 'II 11

of Mn. Geo. A. Weft reviewed the I Wade Plnckney made the opening __--= MllUtresm"William Miami A D... n V P;

W. M. U. year book for 193 at Its prayer Mn. Catherine Pickard "Hunting Song" _.. .__ Williams y
meeting Wednesday at the homeof conducted the study court In the William Scott ., THEATRECOCONUT

Mn. M. P. Wollam. The regular morning and Mrs T. D. Plche "Jack Jump the Fence"..William* Elementary 4-H ClubBy GROVE
offering wa cent to the Baptist conducted It in the afternoon.At "Silvery Moon" William Fay Sklner Matinee Saturday and Sunday
orphanage at Arcadia. covered dish luncheon *0e t* S p. m.
noon a "Gentle Night" ___ William
Shows t and t 9. ...) Adm. tic
The next meeting it wa decid- was enjoyed. William Clarke The meeting was called to order

ed, win be held at the home of Those present were: Mot C J. Traumerei" ___ Schumann: b7 the president, but the secretary

Mn. Wt Van Marter, Mn. Plnckney Mrs. Mary Turner wasn't here to read the minutes. Sunday Monday Tuesday,

The hostess served punch and W. R. Powell Mrs. Harry Hall "Two-part Invention No. 1"_._.. Mn. Fred Redd told us about Feb. I. T. L
Mn. A. D. Smith, Mrs. Hollister __ Bach
cak.
the 4-H contest It you win you TYRONE: POWER, LOUCTTAYOUNG
Sag, Mn. Pickard. Mrs. Edwards, "The Butterfly""_____ Grieg
ThOM present were: Mn. W. L get a tree trip to camp. '
Mr Plche and Mrs. J T. Pickard.
Dean Wilson
Smith Mr*. W. R. Cheshire, Hn.I. Everybody was present except
.'A, Wlae. Mr*. Frank Irwin, Mr*. The Redland Neighborhood Circle Prelude in C Sharp Minor __ Betty June Jenkins, Betty Bailey, la

L. P. Kendrick, Mr*. C Champlin met Wednesdy .morning .t JlachmanlnoU Mildred Greer and Wanell Shep- "2nd Honeymoon"
Mr*. W. W. Hall. Mr: W. J!. My- the home of Mr*. J. C; Gopp and Ruth Graham herd.

, rick, MIL Thurmond Melton; Mn. made plan to carry fruit to needy "Spanish Dance" __ Rehte14 Our 4-H table In the music

8. T. Corday, Sr, Mr*. Michael famffle Mr*. Sam Davis, the, Mary De Vore room was bordered by a white and
Wednesday. Thursday
Usher Mr*. Wilt and the hili...*., assistant leader presided in the pink cloth with a bowl of yellow
r, absence of the Mrs. D. R. Feb. g, !.
i Circle Two-met Wednesday at leader MRS. J. P. SPENCER TELLS dowers In the middle.
w. the home of Mn. W. D. Horn Snyder. The third chapter of O. A. GROUPS OF HOLY LAND CESAR ROMERO PHYLLIS
the mission study book, "Savedto BROOKS
\ Mr Horne gave the devotional' Mrs J. P. Spencer told of her
.r part of the program. The circle Serve" WM taught by Mrs. J. experiences In the Holy Land atboth GIRL SCOUT NEWSBy I."DangtfOUgly'Youn".

..voted,to. sand an. offering ,to the.I Lawrence' Scott heft the Intermediate and the Jun- Athley Kemp, Senile ,.
t. The next meeting will be
orphanage.-and. t,flpfcer commute ;- I= G.-A. meeting Monday after
on March 2 at the home of Mn.
',' for the church wa appointed. noon. The regular meeting of the Girl
Davis, the decided.
Mr* Q. Sherard will be the next group bread The junior challenged the Intermediates Scouts was held Tuesday at the
Horn made and jam
I hostess. It wa decided. to an attendance contest home of Mrs. Skill. Friday. Saturday,
cookie and coffee served.
" Mr were and the challenge wa accepted Field Day and Court of Awards, Feb. 11. It
Horne lined
cherry pie Those present were: Mrs. Geo.
I The losing ida 1* to give It was announced, will be held BOBBY RISEN
with whipped cream and coffee. Wright Mrs. C. E. Fisher, Mr*.
the winners an Easter party. March 11 la Miami
ThOM Leon Kyser, Mrs. Scott Mr. laMake
preaent .were: Mrs. M. 3. Thoe present the Intermediate The younger girl worked on
Fleming Mr*. H. C. Reid Mr*. Davis and Mr Goft "
G. A. meeting were: the leader their signalling. The older girls a Wish"WANT
Georgia Faithful, Mr*. Annie But.. Mrs. Bert Andrew, Mable Ruth worked on their hostess badge.
ler Mn. Ora Frazier )In. I. R. W. M. S. HEARSMISSIONARY Pope, Melba Van Winkel. Geneva Horsewoman badge certificates

Chambllaa, Mr Emma Wright, TALKS I Vann Mary Louis Pierce and for Vlda Clarke an Dora Scott

Mr*. H. jr. Dsvis Mr*. P. M. Green, Mrs. J. E. Davis and Mrs. Casper Carol Walker. were sent by Jack B. Hubbard, ADS PAY

Mr*. Bert Andrew, Mn. FL Williams made talk on "Work Those present at the Junior G. bead cowboy at the Dude Ranch
Lawrence, Mr*. T. E. Klrby Mn.
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Among Our Neighbors" at a meeting ,
Callahan Mr*. Sherard and the a
, fuuhn.Mr I of the W: M. S. In the Homestead
---- Methodist Church Tuesday ++LaLIL

*. C. N. Walker reviewed a The society: decided to have a
chapter of the book, "Pioneer Wo- booth at the Fruit Festival
men." at the meeting of Circle
Those prevent wen: Mrs. J. L. t
Three Tuesday afternoon at the Ballard, Mn. D. L. Bowen, Mrs.E. (
home of Mr S. A. 1tIn,. Mn. W. S. Caplingrr Mrs. Vlvan Booth, ,

X* Roaemond gave the devotional, Mn.C. D. taker, Mn. Wm. Nolan,
and the leader, Mn. C. Haler Mn. Geo. Hanson, Mrs. Florence

Rice presided. Hunt, Mrs. J. J. Rlichard, Mrs.J. .
i Cake and coffee were served by M. Holding Mr*. O. L. Sho-

the hostel I walter, Mrs. Caspar Williams, Mrs.J. .

Among thOM present were: Mn.I J:. Davla Mrs. Mollie Wingate,
3. T. Vann, Mn. J.1.. Gilmer,: Mr*. Dan William, Mrs. A. M.
Mn. W. J:. Lewis, Mr*. W. T. Ma- Logan Mrs O. R. Brown, Mn. C. OPggE

Connell Mn. S. L. West Mn D., M. Gibbs, Mrs. Gen Smith, Mn TgfS E

A. Hauiman, Mr*. Rosemond Mr*. John William. Mrs. J. P. Dye, cRaN fs

Mary Petsch, Kin. J. R. Pope, Mrs.] Miss Jennie Lobdell and MIa/ COSTvi
Walker, Mrs. Rice and tile ho Helen Livingston.


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' : sense In" N k..i L w.BM.hds grow La.d Laahl." ...
HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR HOUSEHOLD b'ea awe a does w Mee sae- ewe aer.ebae. Tian'. a lot Mee W,, 8 s ,.
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Po bia, oft .dk a.a..ah.an arb.d.Ma, hequent 4 "gr a .ad awI ...Ner.eh
GOODSWe .1.weer rre61 a to Mrs .t teesr puking. N *101 1" a/ h .e ,.
Teas ar by alas.... M sate ewa er.a.., a. we.,M year a.r..e w R.b.a f 4s ? ?
e w.abltw I" act. tea@ pier sh* were.r while yea'se Poaa Yt Cot, r N aYN
Bay Sell and Exchange New and I'eed Farnltare, Linens, as reek as ra pan cps at yeas ta..perwhMe seste. -"Wash,,

Masleal Imtnunent. Luggage, Books, Office Equipment I Redland hotel >tlo"rhda '

$91 L W.Stb 8i. la Miami ......S-4714 j h ..y.,, r ar)1 assn
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Eight THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday February 4. 1938


II PROGRESSIVE MIAMI AREA FIRMS Reviewed Floto by ". ,l


COPPER ROOFS COMPANY OF FLORIDA, INC WIlY COFFER ROOFS EAST COAST EQUIPMENT CO.INTERNATIONAL .
E. I Barry, Manager 1
I TRUCKS IL E. MOREDOCK. FRI8.M2S .
II I E. 1. BARRY MANAGES Copper Roofs Co.,
*:" H. w. Tweaty-aeveath Avenue Miami. Ph'. Miami Fla. s. W. 1st Ct In Miami Phone S-IU1
Copper Reefs pay for Themselves A Reef W Chira >M rcrmuMiiM Dear Mr. Barry The East Coast Equipment Co. trucks of large capacity designed."
For centuries copper toot havetorrld heat can harm copper. It is I want to thank you for the handler sales and service for the to Binder service Between1
H domed palaces, cathedral and hurricane-proof, as there are no beautiful copper roof you installed famous International Motor these two extremes you win find
state buildings throughout tbeworld overlapping unfastened parts for on my El Patio Apartments) It trucks of any capacity desired, offered -
; for ouch monumental strong winds to lift or break. Subjected Homestead Florida. We have Trucks. at prices which are astoundIngty -
structures he superiority ef cap : to wind of hurricane velocity owned this building for about II The motor truck 1* no longer reasonable when the quality
per tooting hM fang been reeognlzed. -' "double-lock" copper roofs I years and every year have bad to one of the luxuries of present day of the truck <* considered
It hM provided both have remained unharmed while spend between one and two hundred business And industrial life but H. C. Moredock. the president of
stateliness and charm dignity, and other standard coverings blew oft dollar on roof repairs and has become a necessity. Realisingthis the East Coast Equipment Co., 1* '
economy of permanence on many The Copper Boots Company of at that some room have always fact, the East Coast Equip recognized as an authority on motor
historic tinctures, some of which florid Installed la the Miami area leaked, causing the whole buildingto neat Co. has provided the people truck transportation, who I*
have eopeer roof now over 000i alone approximately\ 200 roots dun. look shabby and to decay, With of this( section the opportunity .f thoroughly familiar with all the
years old. Copper roofs built log the past year. About one- this: fine copper roof over it all securing one at the beat trucks on detail of this Important problem .
i daring the part centuries havebqen 'half of three were flat-roofed and the heavy copper flashing end the market the International The that I* now engrossing the atten
far more mostly than the building, where roofing troubles drains, the general appearance Is em.allntal1 dealer and farmer will lion of so many business men and
average homeowner could afford. are numerous in this climate. All very much Improved and the I find that this company has provided manufacturers. He can give
} Sine the development of the work Is done by the company's tenants are all delighted. I for his needs with a truckof ,fact and figure on original cost .
"doubls-lock" copper roof there experienced workmen. By their Your cohnpny has done a food sufficient capacity which Is :cost 4Il sneintainanos, rapidity ofservice
It no longer re.1QIwl1 even I method of application, they can Job for me. My roof deem not Ink! within Ida,.means. The directing as it relate to the other .
modest cottage should not fee rooted lay your roof so that it will be and the way your men handled I head or purchasing agent of thelarge factors in the; business and In
with copper. It if Ideal for ABSOLUTELY WATER-TIGHT,| the Installation, coping, etc., was corporation will find that it fact every detail He has been \
building large and imall-old and and guarantee the/ work. : ins. Each individual seam has has placed at his command the called upon to assist many large
d new--end U within the reach of Everlasting copper is coming into -, been carefully examined by a very finest of modern motor I concerns most satisfactorily.
every purse.-yet it U made of the its own here in Florida as the trained inspector three times ,
highest quality' specially rolled I'one roofing material that combines -, Before putting the copper roof FLORIDA TITLE CO.
beauty with a durability undreamed on, we hid been offering the place
:Ana-1 of In ordinary roofing for sale. While the copper roof was }4 TO .HOUR SERVICE C. A. VIVIAN FRES 'I

a low price that compares favorably material under construction, we had three SERVING DADE COUNTY .5 YEARS .
t with that charged for many Phone -5241.! Ask for free es- Inquiries as sale, terms, Security! Bank Bldf. In Miami Phone J-IJSI
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roofs made from far less du-ablc' l timate. Easy payment plan avail lad been years since we I Miami Beach Office 1000 Lincoln Rd. Walter C. Ensign Mgr

materials The durability of copper able. an Inquiry. There was a time In the early' Today we must take every pre-
is traditional. Neither wind.I "END YOUR ROOFING TROU- Very truly yours I
history of the United States when : caution against a bad title. Onlyan
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rain hall snow freezing cold nor BLES. JOHN B. TOWER M. D. especially trained and experienced -
: real property was bought and sold .
expert Is able to compile
MIAMI INDUSTRIAL BANK bring energy and understandingthat : with almost as little attention to: a reliable contract.

comes from long experience titles a* if it were a pound of but-i The Florida Title Co., has always
1:1' THE BANK FOR TIlE INDIVIDUALJohn
I and a really progressive policy. ter or a dozen eggs. The buyer I been closely identified with the
M. Of den. Fret. J. T. (Owens Vlce.pres.
Character Is an attribute of accepted the seller1 "warranty"deed growth and expansion of Dade
4. W. Flasher St. In Miami Phone t- 521 bank well and made further Investi-
a* a* of Individuals. no County and has saved the people of
All deposits up to $3,000 are Insured to meet the needs 4f expanding Your connection with a financial atlon. Present possession of the its community many thousands of
by Federal Deposit Inaiur.aaee business. Business of fifty years Institution such a* this which Is land was commonly acknowledgeda dollars through the operation of
Corporation i ago used the banks for only two highly esteemed in the community conclusive guarantee of owner- Its "perfect record" business.
things deposits and loans, and the and Is known for Its adherence shin. Drop In at any time and talk
tion From of the the Miami time of the oramlz'-I banker eat back and waited for the to proper business methods Since those early times the business things over with Mr. Vivian, who
public to come to him. gives assurance of the utmost cooperation of furnishing abstracts of title is always ready to give advice to
the directors have been men
Today, when finance has be- in your attain. to real property has become one those In need. The Florida Title
high moral character, business experience -
come one of the most Intricate Always progressive and sound of the most important of American Co. Is personally Interested In the
and civic enterprise. :I phases Clf business, banking has in business policies It has a con. professions. With, the growing progress and growth of Dade County -
I While Its officers have been uniformly developed a breadth of service fidence In the public which bringsforth complexity of law governing real and surrounding territory tend
I man of conservative action that enables it to be of general a Justified pride to Its officers property and the preponderous Increase Is always anxious to discus the
With never a suggestion of usefulness to the business man or and directors and is of commercial activity the advantage of this community. It
lation tendency they have pecu'-I I farmer, aa well as the individuaL prized most highly as on of Itsassets. sale of property Is no longer a has been tireless In its efforts, and
bad the confidence of the Today, the banker does not wait simple matter. reliable In its policies.
and have pursued in the post as for the people to come to him; A complete banking service Including
they will In the future, a policyof the banker Is offering service and commercial' savings, investments ,
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helpfulness to the business good service. No business can stand service and safe deposit : CITY LAUNDRY & DRY CLEANERS, INC.

needs and requirements of the still. It must either go on upward departments, together with the w. D. Ri'MBArcn, MGR. I
l citizens of Miami and to greater success or sink to friendly co-operation extended, 1131-1160 N. W lat Ct In Miami Phone 1-4338
territory. IdJOlnln'j ultimate nothingness. In cooperating has won for the Miami Industrial
f The resources of this ,' with business men in buildIng Bank very many thousands of I The City Laundryand Dry: 1 The buslnes of this well known
sure a volume which Is up their business, this bank satisfied customers ,Cleaners, Inc., hal 250 conveniently I concern coven all this part of the
I state as It 1* by no mean confined -
located agencies where your
to Its own city. The rapid
If DR. P.P. ARCHER examined with regularity. His 'clothes may be left. Your clothe Increase in the business I 11 due in

UJI W. Fluke 81. OPTOMETRIST Phone 1-I3. I office I* equipped to fit you per- are always Insured against fire a great measure, to the more than
r SAFEGUARD YOUR EYES an expert should be allowed to fectly with glasses as he has a !and theft in this modem establishment ordinary ability manifest In the
t By Consulting examine and correct our vision.A completely ..ulppecllabontorr: for which I* equipped to conduct of the affairs of this in-
DR. F. P. ARCHER mistake my mean a handicap grinding, drilling and mounting.He serve the entire South Florida stitution.A .
v for life In the way of extremely uses only the finest makes of territory, and occupies: 30,000 feet specialty la made of cleaning
OptometristDr. defective sight lens prepared for grinder. Back I of floor space. ladles' garments. However Its
F. P. Archer has had long It should be a source of great of his work Is not only his reputation I This well known concern Is one force does the same class of work
1 experience and wide knowledgeas satisfaction to the people of this and experience but his personal of the best equipped Industries in for men. Pressing of garment
a specialist In eye troubles. Immediate community that they have eon- guarantee. Bit glasses must his section of the county, and its U always correctly done h.....
attention to these delicate verdantly located la Miami a man give satisfaction.If the largest dry cleaning plant The dry cleaning system used
I organs may save you much Inconvenience whose tin technical skill and experience your eyes are causing you any 'south of Washington D. C. not only cleans your clothe, but
i and expense. His make him an expert la trouble whatsoever the wisest I It's reputation for general excellence also thoroughly renovates them In
I large patronage speaks for the examining for and fitting __ move Is to see him immediately. of work ha spread allover the most sanitary manner. It aLso
quality of his service. j This up-to-date office I* well pat Tour trautuM may be only slight this part of the state. turns them out la the most ap
Some of us Inherit eye subject tonized' and justly so. Dr. F. P. and capable of being corrected at The work I* turned out In such pl'O.tyltl.. The latest cleaning -
to certain defects. Other of I Archer has spent year In makinga once with the proper glasses. Immediate a manner that you will be more and renovating machinery
us have taken bad care of our! special study of Ole eye and la attention to such matters than pleased If you give this plant makes it possible for this firm to
eyes when we were children. Any'I thoroughly competent every de may save you much expense and a trial, as It live up to its name handle the most delicate fabric
I Inherent wsskpas er any mine' tallPersons Inconvenience In the future. in workmanship and business.de- and: turn them out so that they
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tre.tmena".mqcauae us' from everywhere hi this In closing we desire to state tails. ; look like new.
to need glasses. Baeevas of the section delicateness of the eye sto one but come In and have their emI space available
A. A. GARAGE
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DIXIE MOSAIC &TILE CO. 1 and win go say place and took over J. F. MILES PROP.
SERVING MIAMI liMa: ItIl MRS. W. C CtOB. OWNER 1 your' tile problems. It is In position SS44 N. E. Sad A... la Miami Fkoae -.u.
MM s. >\'. Bath Las la Miami Phone 4-MJ4 to offer the best of service a* all The A. A.'Garage is a very efficient will straighten all axles cold.
The Babylonians discovered business In this section of the state people employed are careful and establishment, one of the The prices are of the most pleasing -
about 2000 yean B. C., that oxides t I I have. attained the prominence in artistic In all work. They do not firm of this section that Is running character and the promptnessof
I'this locality that Is awarded this disfigure property la placing their full time and has done much the satisfying kind. You get
of lead tin and copper when made popular establishment Carrying work: In old buildings,,but will ,toward keeping can In fine con-I the work when promised.
into paste, would produce brilliant I at all Jlmea a very large and complete manage the work so that' everything 'lltlon. Its machines specialists I Better call and see the garage
and permanent colors when applied stock of art tile for floors, will look beautiful and mod in axle and frame straightening, ; the next time you are In Miami
to clay. This was the origin walls or mantels as well a* bath ern when completed. use the) Bear system. The garage -I and inspect the plant.
of the tile. room fixture of the wry latest I The service Is rapid and satisfactory maintains a "FAST WRECKER I In charge of this business is a
The Dixie Mosaic It Tile Co has! pattern and design this concern the work careful and I SERVICE" and Mr. Miles invites man who has merited the success
been successfully and ...tI.t.cti i lia I especially well able to cater to tasteful These craftsmen, when you to drive In any time for, that is his, and we wish to take
orily serving the) public for years your wants they go an your Job will astonishyou I a free Inspection.Mr. this opportunity to suggest that as
with tile and has expert tile setters I Mrs. dob has built her business at the results that can be procured Miles who always keeps regards work in the above line,
for Interior aa exterior work. Mrs. I upon quality and say the best ls i abreast of the times has installeda you will find this place can and
Grab carries a very large and com- always the cheapest In the long If you want to modernize your truck frame and axle straightening will save you both time and mon-
plate stock of Ules. Under the di- I run." Customer are always satisfied place Just stop in and see Mrs. machine. This machine ey.
rection ft a person of wide experience with her work and her business Grob She will aid you In your I Ie able to handle the largest truck;
In the Vie business. Mrs. ; has grown from year to year. plans. I or van with ease, and here ls Justa Why, ef Coarse Net
Orob's public spirited and efficient This concern I* always willing to We advise all our readers that word to the wise. You should i Mr. Bragger: Ota, yes Indeed
business: pit...* have brought her aid in the making of your plan when they desire any of this class 'have your wheels tested regularly my wife and I do sometimes disagree. -
concern Into the prominent position and completes the work so that of work executed they win do well :for alignment on account of ttre I ."
tt bold today. everything will be satisfactory. It to consult Mrs. (]rob of the Dixie ,wear as well as to correct wanderor Mrs Bragger "Why, Henry, w.
Few. tt any tans to 'ow ale always pleased to five estimates: Mosaic Tile Co I shimmer trouble. This machine). tiara'!, either -Ex.Page .
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I PROGRESSIVE MIAMI AREA FIRMS frfrg: II


'''\ I i I for front and French doors made to
: MIAMI GLASS CO, INC. J. KARMIDALKRANLVN
'J I order plate glass for desk and,I I
1131 M. 3,. Sad Ave. U Miami Phone 1-III7 furniture tops, show cases, store Rt"O AUTHORITY or MIAMI
Gen. Offtoea and Plat TM .. W. Ilk FA nun
Miami Glass Co., Inc., Is headquarter become a center in the glass tradeas fixture, and, in fact everythingin
,
I for window is evident from the truly large the glass line. Beautiful and decorative: floor and when you are told by !..Ir.I .
, tabletops
coverings: which harmoniously fit Dalkranian that the rugs are the
trade It Is receiving and the
way In addition to- the usual lines
mirror, automobile, plate, far and I with the surroundings are a treat I correct: thing you need not hHl-
Its reputation Is spreading
4 of glass, th* Miami Glass Co, too
and shatterproof glass. It wide over this part of the state. features mirror work and will re- aid In making the home attractive.J. tate In making the purchase.Mr. .

f: elalize In. store fronts and does' It has all the equipment for the'silver and reframe mirror Karml Dalkraiuan, without a Dalkranian specialties, also,
any
doubt. U the largest domestic and In washing and repairing ot run
general\ glaring nhctin,. cutting of glass to any size| and In, you have so It will have all the
dealer la this can for and deliver all
of this oriental rug sectionof and will ,
charge department are ex- reflecting qualities 44 a new one I
,This Is a very opportune time, the state. order promptly. In cleaning
mechanic who understand the
pert Talus
all the old mirror in and '
to rail attention to the fact that, of will' This up-to-date concern has put rugs be uses oar*. the ULTRA
size and kinds glass. They
have them fixed up and you will bitable
this. very enterprising firm, carries be glad to estimate any glass work I Ith.t to see yourself as you reallyare. happiness In I great many home 'MODERN method which take
need. Just drive to' In this section of the country Mr. the dirt out and bring the color
'a very large assortment of mtrron you up .
and, specialize In the.manu.' their place with your car, If a window In snaking this review of our Dalkraniasi has made an exhaustive back. Oriental rugs Savonneries,
I
ficture of shower door and rnedl' -1* broken out and they will progress we are glad to compliment study of 1'1II" domestic Per Aubuasons, and Textile all need
In fact It I take the measure and have the' alan Chinese and all oriental rugs their particular treatments
else cabinet one the Miami Class Co, Inc..
of the various period and he k Rug should never be cleaned
" of tha largest manufacturers' of glass-In In a Jiffy. upon the completeness of the service
I able to five you the beet of suggestion on the floor, aa U I* very unsatisfactory -
1
feature beveling grinding,
medicln cabinet In this section They ; and large trade It is securing
: of all kinds Including *. and In time causes what
end
I of the country. polishing because of its aaUafaetol'1't
Before you purchase any rugs, is known a* DRY ROT. Vacuum
automobile Beveled '
The Miami Claia Co., Ino., basIIENRY'S.AUTO glass. plate and reasonable prices.
. VIA Mr. Dalkranian at his studio, cleaners cannot take the grit and

and treat yourself to a comprehensive sand from the nap, when it is embedded -

, I PARTS show but little wear after yearsof Inspection of his complete In the warp and web of

service and while they can be stock of rugs. the rug.
: _Rl ,N., W... 3rd Ave. U Miami n.a* I.IU1'
broken and in
n are many cases, yet;
When you purchase rugs from In making this review of the
1 Henry' Auto Part purchase MENT and accessories In fact, they scarcely ever wear out This:I him you are assured 01'the very rug business, we are pleased to

automobiles in any condition, anywhere this concern might well be called places on the market these parts best and are paying only a reasonable call the attention of the public to

and all model It specialize the HOUSE OF A MILLION pr.ctleaUood a* new, at prices' price for the article you pur- the advantages Mr. Dalkranian Is

I PARTS, a* it trade in anythingand much under those of new one.'I chase. It takes car and Judgment able to offer, and the position he

1 In NEW, USED and REBUILT always has what you want.; This accrues to the benefit of the i to select the right quality. occupies In the bu'nes world.

tire and repair motorist and this fact alone --- ------
parts, In the past when an automobile 111

This I* one of the largest and became worthies it was junked causing wrecking companies such I
: ss this one to Increase in SUPERIOR SEPTIC TANK CO.
and nothing more was thought of
most modernly equipped auto I I I
it. Now this I* not 10, for companies ity each year. POPU\ar-1 SINCE 1KI EDWIN H. O'NEAL, OWNER
establishments in
wrecking; like this one nave been If you need parts it will pay you. Office tit N. E 7Sth Bt Plant 114 N. W. 71st St. Phone '-SIllI

section: of the itat*. thl'l formed whose sole purpose U to to call, and In all probability Mr.1 I hay business to be permanently 'started with an Ideal Through

Mr. Shier says, "UESD salvage automobile. Shier will be able to supply your successful must be founded on good and bad that Ideal has never
I I
are as good a* the car they go They tear down and utilize the I demand and fix you up in the bestshape principles of honesty and fair been violated. To It Ml subsequentsuccess

He always pay the highest price part In various way By so doing, price much under i:dealing and it must give full value must be credited.:

for wrecked car and always has they save lithe cost of producingthese the price dof'new part I I for the price asked. From this I II HeN the public has at its disposal

on hand large stock of MOTORS, parts again, and, so release In closing, we desire to state'I there can to no deviation, regardless the service of a man who

GEARS, AXLES, GENERATORS, material and labor for the production that Mr. Shier extends a cordial: I of condition: I possesses the knowledge and who
I
STARTERS, SPRINGS, BODIES, of s'frtA and for: new! welcome to all his friend. In Homestead I In such a period a*veth one obtained modern business education

CARBURETORS, BATTERIES, car*. Mr. say there are and Southern Dad Countyto ;'through which we passed In the school of practical ex

and other ELECTRICAL EQUIP- many part of an automobile that I visit his yard when in Miami manufacturers and merchants were perience. From the Inception of

confronted with many problems. the enterprise, quality has been

THE SEVEN SEAS this restaurant pass the good,In seeking the solution there Is the aim and the standard has been

1 word along to their friends In the often strong provocation to resor maintained from the beginning.The .

I AIR OONDI'nONED.0: PRIDE: OF MIAMI" city and elsewhere, for a large I ito expediencies that in normal"' Superior Septic Tank Co.

SERVING DISCRIMINATING. PEOPLE SINCE till number of out-of-town people are time never would be- considered Is a local concern under competent

111 N. E. lag Ave. la Missal Phe** S-SU7 to be seen eating here every day.''i One cause of this temptation Is the management of people interestedIn
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the market of substandard and theflrm'l
on local
The Finest la Feed and Refresh- tainment circles of Miami. Private parties and special i appearance development
out to create substantial and well meritedprogress
products put
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_ta"I The lighting effects are colorful group will receive the cheerful
so-called is of actual fact
competition. matter
price
and charm the eye. This well welcome extended to all visitor a
of The Seven Seal, Every successful business in weU known to the We
The name to all public.
known place appeals the by Mr. Calstis. Another point In
where meet Jerry Calausv America, the ones that have started recommend Edwin H. O'Neal to
you sense and lulls one to forgetfulness favor of The Seven Seas It that it
from small beginning and reader and when
a neighbors
the owner, has spread far and ot the humdrum of life. features refreshments alter the our
have endured after in need of in the line of
wide as a place of popular.price: In traveling over the country "movies. ," or for a crowd's social I year year, are, anything
built Ideal. That ideal ha tank .U1e.
where the local and traveling i you will find nothing Ja create 'get together1.. Stop, the next time I J I on an septic or dlJ:
always Included a self-imposed The settle Tank Co.
public can anore than satisfy Its profusion than poor place, of en: yeu ,are in Miami at The Seven, Superior
obligation to keep faith with the manufacture superior tank
demands In the manner et obtaining tertainment That i* why It I*, Seas. I I 1 septic
public by maintaining quality and and service. It also
give superior
refreshments and 'entertainment indeed refreshing to go to such an We are pleased to compliment:
I ;service the year around regardless 1 makes and sells drain tile, and It
It caters to special up-to-date establishment as The Miami on the high character of the '
I of condition does and make installations -
parties, and It Is a place for discriminating Seven Seas. It Is unsurpassed lu management which 1* rendering repairing
The Superior Septic Tank Co. of size.
of lunches beverage much needed and any
people to meet quality light it highly ap-

The Seven Seas presents an appearance or accommodations of good modern predated service to the public

at all times, that .is different service. However, its Increasing and to say that the people always I HARRY MILLER

from the usual and 1s I patronage .ls ample proof of the find there a refined and pleasant STVDEBAKER DISTRIBUTOR NEW IMS MODELS I

place that Is unique in the enter- fact that those who do patronize host I'I
m N. E. Slid Are In Miami none 1-3)47

FURNITURE EXCHANGE INC. purchase furniture of this well I Harry Miller I* official repre- than ;you have over hoped to find

known establishment tentative for the world-famous In any new model automobile
:you are assured -|
I USED FURNITURE BOUGHT SOLD AND EXCHANGED of the very best that money Studebaker cars.Studebaker All 1938 Studebakers have In-
I | world's oldest vehicle dependent planar wheel suspension -
C. M. rERETZMAN can buy at that price. It has always
IUK Miami Ave In Miami Phoae I-S70I been he endeavor of this manufacturer dramatizes its and finest hydraulic shock
eighty-sixth year with three new absorber to give you the unforgettably -
store to fair and honest
Yhe motto of the Furniture Ix- the Furniture Exchange Inc. does secure a
1838 automobiles three glamorous comfortable Studebaker
have In stock Mr. Peretzman profit but its business principles
change, Inc., 1* "More for Lets'1, not NEVER PERMIT exorbitantone. new luxury car that em- miracle ride. All have exceptionally -
will get them for at a mark an
and It specialize in buying andselling you : phasize low prlcelStudebaker wide Interior, and new
ed saving. I I has spent million oversize luggage
compartment:
all type of furniture and The Furniture Exchange, Inc. Furniture of all kinds can be secured .
I
to give you three 1933 Studebaker The man .t the wheel knows
household good, Mr. Peretzman, has put much happiness In a great here and at price to fit a '
l I that are completely new In every that when he starts a Studebakerhe
will be pleased to call and impedany many homes In this section and always [person's pocketbook. You are
labIa vigorous, flowing line original has the excess power that git '"shim
house-hold wish 100 cents the dollarin to get furniture cheaper than
good you gives on
creations of the world's foremost the confidence that Is neceisary -
and assuredof values all sells. This at most place and thus the store
to dispose of you are on goods designers and finest craftsmen for comfortable driving. It
a fair deal when you sell your accounts tor its popularity acid, U siding in Abe building of the strikingly different in appearanceand Is the culmination of accumulative

food to this dependable tore. la the confidence the public has home life of the community.: \I[ appeal and brilliantly representative experience of Studebaker auto-

addition to the large Block of wed placed in it In closing we desire to state, Mr. I of the operating economy mobile engineers, end Is built to

furniture always on hand. a few: Young couples starting out In Peretzman extends a cordial welcome for which Studebaker ls famed master a mountain with ease. It

choice pieces of new furniture ire housekeeping and the older couplesas to his many friends hi Homestead ;' throughout the world. take to the road like a bird to the

available at considerable well, who whh to renew their and South Dade County They are cars with a solid symmetrical air It Is truly the Ideal car and

and furthermore, if you awtrt&3.1 furnishing should"ace the Furniture to make his store their headquarters -I I balanced design that Is master of all situation You can

special.. piece of Exchange, Inc. for when you when they are In Miami. s* functional and devoid of unnecessary readily notice the difference when

ornamentation as the you drive a Studebaker.

)_ DR. PEPPER BOTTLERS Many pure food expert have'rhythmical, clean-cut architecture Harry Miller gives a service to

I .. tnOMFSOW MOK. I ruled that a beverage when prop-],'of the modern skyscraper. And the public that Is equal to the
JAMES K. ,
1 have more wonderful new wonderful terries the
you given by
1471 N.. Ave. lIB Miami Phut. 1-15171 erly made 1* a food product containing
Wits
things to see and to try In them ears he sells.
They art bottlers of Dr. Pepper,I.r demand 1'. lab how coven life-giving, energizing I

the seat widely known, drink an', .ea torttt.,.,-41 37 other substance,essential to the build-

the market t>da,. They also bottle!states. Refresh yourself drink Dr. inp up of the bodies of children

Bart''Root Beer Nu-Grada ,. Pepper, "' .' and grown-ups. The value of the Compliment of the

Way:(Uthlated Lemon). Buffalo r The delivery service of Dr. Pepper sugar atone in the bottle U of

Rock Ginger Ale Strawberry and Bottling Company Is constantly such Importance the commission

'<>ranee. and other flavors, and busy covering: this part of the will allow no substitute.The .

are selling "QUAUTT country. An you leave to do I II plant I* a credit to the SEYBOLD BAKING COMPANY

CHANDISE"! on QUALITY JOB-j to eaU the company over the phone community: It 1* ppen at all time

not price. Their delivery and you will And how soon the to the Inspection of the public

vice I* up to the minute, order win be placed. and the public I* cordially Invitedto BAKERS OF

Or. Pepper Is a national drink I r its plant la the very latest In visit It Few clUe many times

whose popularity and good qualities bottling. larger can boast of such a modern

are too well known to be The building I* arranged In] and scientifically equipped bottling "SOUTHERN MILK BREAD"Friday

described. Practically everyone every way convenience: of the company.: Its products are

knows Dr. Pepper. I f I employees] and the perfect anitathlft popular and they are handled by

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I fruit displays '

I Reports ot the wbrk of the Judg :


It I ic he Churches I The Redland Rattier 'er ins later Newa"team date letter.will in "The W announced Future Fann at t '.p1".+r


BT SHIRLEY BARENESS The assembly was addressed by .
I various members of the fair committee .

BAPTIST anjacHHenMtUad.The EacharMt <:!*. Tang ft- HONOR ROLL Mary Eleanor Williams has been and of the extension bu .;

pie's Service League.EYANr. elected from the senior class to I reau. Mr. Faircloth, the state ;' ,
Ketr C. N. First grade: high Blanche Mc-I represent Redlapd School for the 'future Farmer president, also

Walker pastor. Sunday school al :LICAL CHURCH Vlcker Gloria Sage. Marion COM. Good Citizenship: Pilgrimage which addressed the boys

I 10 a. m. Preaching at 11 a. m. .Redland the Rev. man btis Goasman; Thorns Core, .Is sponsored by the Daughters of I The rest of the day was spent .':
St. Johs
;
; and 7.30 p. m.; B.YJP.U. at 6:80p. Norman C. Zulauf minister. Services Billy Dearborn, George Robinson,)'the American Revolution. looking at the fair. Th fair had '

Vg m. Prayer services Wednesdayat each second and fourth Sunday Richard Scott, Marvin Keyser. some very tine poultry exhibits

; 7:30 p. m at 3p.m. Dorothy Douberley, Dorothy Engel The Science: Club sponsored by as well as commercial exhibits.At .

Wanda Jarman Mary Lead- Mr. H. F. Mitchell has elected the 0 p. m. the group left for
Feb. I Morning sermon: EPISCOPALFlorida ley, Wynona Mizell, Dorothy '
METHODIST Following officers: Kennoth Chambers Bradenton where the night was
\ "Making the Wilderness Biosaora Reams, Betty Hlgginbottom Ar-i president; Robert Ames, vice. spent, and about 10:30: a. m. Sunday .
: aa a __"I evening sermon City Community Church
thena Wray Pauline Hodgei
president; Lanelle Rogers, treasurer morning it left for Sarasota.At .
f "Christ Changing Men'sUves" -th/O Rev. C. O. Nelson, pastor.
: Second gradehigh.. Billy Scott
; and Ethel Roberta, secretary.Some Sarasota Mr. L M. Johnson
Church school at 10 a. m.; preachIng -
Jacky Rogers, Bobby Garrett, and the Sarasota Chapter boys
Feb. I Prayer meeting at 7:30: p. m. Midweek prayers
Melwyn Douglas Ray Knaus, Edmund -
mON of that phony language entertained the members by taking
at
"Thoi Stewardship of and Bible study Wednesday
subject!
f .
730. Wright; low, Vera Anders (and a hint to our dear, them, through the RlngUng Art
Our Talents.
son Marllou Harris, Ruth Olive dear teachers): Museum. Here also a good time '

Gould--The K 11". Noah Peter- Redland Community Churchthe Knolls, Marie Kufeldt Julia Ann TANKS was bad.Sunday.

eon,'pastor, Sunday school at 10a. Rev. C G. Nelson, pastor. Lee.Third Im thnkfl fer the brds tht ing evening they left for

m.; preaching at 11 a. m. and Church school: at 10; Breathing at grade high, Richard 'n u, dere tchr, too home.

7 30 p. m.; B. Y. P. U. at 6.30: p. m. 11. Epworth League at 6.30. Mid eadley, Edwrd Pye, Grace Bur- Ecus I'm thnkfl ferthBI'llgttrmu. The Rlngllng Bro., Barnum and

I Prayer service at 7:30 p. m. Wednesday week prayers and Bible study ry, Ruth Craft, Dorothy Davis, Bailey Circus pat on some free acts

Thursday at 7.30.METHODIST: Ruth Engel, Margaret Gaby, MI- -Exchange.A In honor of the Future Farmers

EPISCOPAL riam Holmes, Bttty Lott, Barbara The members enjoying the trip
,
CATHOLIC SOUTH Robinson, Doris Singleton; low, brain institute which will were: L, C. Davis, Elmer Hampton, i

Church of the Sacred Heart- Elmer Sick, Sally Lou Bryant, make Washington the world cap Don Lair, Alvin Prothero, Cecil

; S. E. Second avenue, Homestead; Homestead-th* Rev. J. J. Richards Virginia Wallace. Marilyn Strock, ital for the study of bruins Is beIng Parker, Allen Harford, Rex Bo.mly .

the Rev. James Cloonan, pastor. pastor. Sunday school at 9.43 W. A. Kennedy, Joe Nesbltt, lone established at the Georgetown Billy Campbell Rlch-M

Sunday mass at B a. m.; week day a. m.; preaching at 11 a. m. and I Jones. University. Sorry, w* have Jensen. Richard Ball and Adviser t

I mass at 7:49 dally Sunday school p. m. Junior League at 2:30: p. m.; Fourth grade: high, Robert nothing to offer M. A. Baker .

Sunday following 9 o'clock mass. HI League at 6.00 p. m.; Senior Jones, Bruce Wagner, Helen Dent I 1
Communion for women the first League at 8:30 p. m.; Wesley Fel- Peggy Garrett, Wanda Bray, Char. :
Funeral
Services
Sunday of month; for men and lowship, 8:30: ; evening service lotte Murray, Emma Engel Esther REDLAND F. : : Held

boys, the second Sunday of month 730.: Prayer meeting at 7:30: p. Kufeldt, Joy Lee, Annie Laurie By Willis F---j For 'Mrs. Twlg-gs Davis -

Holy hour Thursday before first m. Wednesday.Feb. Stewart, Lenora Williams, Bertha .. { I

Friday of month at 7:45: p. m. Mass Mae Fldgg; low Buford Freeman, VISIT STATE FAIR \
first Friday at 7:30: a. m. Benediction I Horning: Holy Jimmie Ross, Lillian Bishop Irene The Redland Future Farmers I Funeral services for Mrs. EvleDavis ,

of the Blessed Sacrament communion and worship; even. Cox, Audrey Grafe, Kathleen left Redland School'Friday, Jan. 48, of Naranja who died )'I
after mass.CHRISTIAN. lag sermon en "The Eloquence : Jackson, Barbara Jean Soper, Sunday after an Illness ot several F
28, 1938, at noon en route to the
'j
of Christian Exper Palmer Pope Calvin Fox, Frances weeks were held at 3 p. m. Wed.. i
b-
SCIENCE CHURCH ience". A cordial Invitationto McVlcker, Sarah Vihlen.Fifth Tampa State Fair. They went neaday at the grave In Palm Cemetery
the public to worship with I I way of the Tamlaml Trail. About at Naranja, The Rev. C.
Leonard Dent
Florida Cltjr-Broadway and grade: high, dark the boys reached Bradenton,
us. Joe Bill DuMond Louis Junior N. Walker, pastor of the First
Sixth street Sunday school at Gaby,
where expecting to find no sleepIng
I:45 a. In. for pupils under 20 yearsof Silver Palm Community Churchthe King, Verlde Cowman Alice I Quarters In Tampa, the night I Baptist Church of Homestead, assisted -
by the Rev. H.: T. Horton,
,
age; morning service at 11 Kirk; low, Donald Searcy Melba
o'clock. Wednesday evening tlerf Rev. T. H Norton, pastor Collins Nelle Lloyd Jack Gautier. was spent about 8 pastor of Silver Palm Community ,

f vices which Include testimonialsof Sunday school every Sunday at 10a. I Sixth grade, high, Webster Williams Saturday morning Church in conducting the service. \
the arrived at the
healing and experiences and remarks m., preaching services on first, Ulrlc Vihlen, Johnnie I Lee I o'clock boys Turner Funeral Home was In <
third and fifth Sundays at 11 I. fair grounds In Tampa Duringthe charge of arrangement. !;
Andrew Ann Shackleford Kathleen
on Christian Science, I p.
The public la m. and 8p.in. morning the livestock Judging Mrs. Davis, a native of Milledge- ,
11 m. I cordially invitedto Wagner, Rosemary Hennlng- .
of Elmer
attend ton; low; Dick Campbell Keijr I team composed Hampton vII Ie, Ga., came to Naranja 15 I Iye.rs
Princeton-The Rev. T. H. Hor- Allen Harford and Cecil Fat*
with her husband
neth Lett, John McLaughlin, Richard ago 1
Feb. 6 Ion sermon ton, pastor; Leo L.Poyser, assistant leer Judged beef cattle. H. Davis, who survives
Prothero Otis
,
topic "Christ Jesus". pastor. Sunday school at 10 a. m.; Tommy Yates Kate Snellffrove Gautler I I Meanwhile the fruit and vegetable her.gpo er survivors are: five I

I preacnlng at 11 a. m. and 7:43 p.1 Dorothy Stewart, Margaret, Stills Judging team composed of sons, Abner Arnold Eddie, Vance I
CHURCH OF CHRIST m every Sunday. Epworth League' man. ': Don Lair, Rex Romlne and Billy and J. K. Davis; four daughters I

Ilomeitrid-First avenue and at 7:15: p. m. Campbell judged vegetable and Mrs Christine Day of Rockdale, 1

t N. W. FlfttosVet; John R. Pack, METHODIST FREE The first regular'meeting of the I LEGAL NOTICESNOTICE Mrs. Wm. Taylor of Modello, Miss

minister. Bible study at 10 a. m.; Student Council Was held Monday Shirley Davis of Naranja; two !

: communion fellowship and Florida City-The Rev. Thos. B. with the new president, Albert OF SALE OF TAX CBKTIf sisters, Mrs. E. D. Miller of Homestead 1

preaching at 11 a. m.; preaching at Sheldon, pastor. Sunda) school Halnlln, presiding. Rules for AaplleaUon CATE8 No.NotlM 707 and' Mrs. Carey Hlggs of I

7:00 p. m. Prayer meeting Wednesday 10 a. m.; preaching 11 a. m andS conducting the meetings were la hereby flm that staples. L Soperton, Ga.; three brothers,

I at 7:00: p. m. p. m.; Junior meeting 8.30 p. m.; discussed. Several motions were street Raymond thai kao the tiled tax with oortlflMtoa no ""'t"_. .M-... Chas: Simpson of Soperton, Bud

Young Peoples' meeting 7:13.: brought before the house and voted I with all lubooquont emitted or .levied team Simpson of Vldalla, Ga., and Jas.
CHURCH OF GOD Prayer and class meeting 7:30 Inoludln the year IM7, hold br tin See.. Simpson of St. Mary's Ga.,; and
on. An amendment to the i .
ko adrortUod and sold I* tao hllhort bidder -
Homestead-008 N. W. First i Thursday. constitution was discussed but' for c*>k ao provided b. Chapter 1SSM tout grandchildren
of the IMT Acts at the ....1olo...., roa
avenue; the Rev. and Mrs. E. F. PENTECOSTAL was not decided on. At our next the following described. not I MUM la the
Brown, pastors. Sunday school: at meeting we expect to have some County o( Dado, Suto of Florid., to-wlti Never FallWhat's
Goulds-Sunday school: at (.43 I
; Lot IS Blk. S firlflliHia 8i Q. Park
MS: a. m preaching at 11 a. m. bills Introduced that will the most potent water
; preaching 11 .. m. and 7.30 m. promotethe Ritato. The t*>oo to bo. sold a.. evidenced
and ':30 p. m; junior Y. P. at 1:45p. p. welfare of the school bit wrtirioal. Not 11(14 ot 1T and rop.rooonlo power known to man?"

m. Prayer meeting, 7:30: p. m. HOMESTEAD PRESBYTERIAN both Ineluilv ta>oa for 1117.tho amountlni roan sate to M SIS IMS.IS. I "' Woman's tears."-Ex.

Wednesday LEGAL NOTICES i Said tax ....III..... toiMtkn with all I I'I
Homeslea4l-J.lOrnI avenue at I ..........., omitted or levied taxes wilt b.*j WANT ADS PAY
CHURCH OF TIlE NAZARENE N. 16th street; the Rev. E. 1. Nelson NOTICE or SALE or TAX CIITI""I sold 10 the klithoit bidder M the Court
..
Wool hi Miami the Utk iar of fob-
minister. Bible school at CATERApallrallm easy, 1 b.annlne at the hour of Ton '
lI.melteld'nI. Re*. W. J. 10 a. m.; preaching at 11 a. m N*. to hereby rlroa that Joaook Fill.atrkk ,
..
.
Parker, pastor. Sunday school at Young peoples' mating at 7 p. m. .. ... treed with no written nnaoitUu ,1, sore.Dated New. gt be Miami reached Florid.is due, this-tli* Mtk I I
'45 a. m.; preaching at 11 a. m < MM ui oortirioaloa: together with all.nkeenn.na day of Jaanary 1MB. 'I

and 7:30: p. m.; N. Y. P. S. and arnurUAUST TEMPLE: OF III* MM roar emitted 191T held ft Laid b..the tausnclud BUM bo. ad.- I I I. Clerk B LIATHERMAH.Clroult!: Court, Italian Spaghetti Dinner

Juniors meeting at 1:30: p. m. TRUTH MrtlMd and old to the ktehool. Skids. for I Dado Count ".,..... I JOE TOUC18E !
each so provided br Chapter 1SIM, of tko
CIa Court east
t Prayer meeting Wednesday even.Ing7.30p.m. Homestead-branch Of allaml 1M7 Act. of the Uxblaluro, MM tko Jollowlnl I i BT THO. renNo. PP. eposFlorida CityST.ABILITY
Spiritualist Temple of Truth In described real oolu In Ute Court' (Publbkod Jai. sat Frk. 4, ill, INS I(
at Dido. state of Florida, to-wkl I
Woman's Club 410 N. W. Eighth Lot 4 Mary Pton.a Buk. The tan to ...1 ;
r Princeton the Rev. C A. Con avenue. Men's Bible class and sld an evldeaced by eartifi.at. silt.or .i '
don, pastor Sunday school at 9:43; 1921 god "Promote tax" toe :.: room
preaching at 10:45 a. m. and 7:30 young retgie's lyceum at 7:13 p. sees lo .1927 both 1..1.. amounting to I i !
m.; healing by Dr. J. Carl Hobson ,,2U' .
p. m. Junior meeting at 6 30 Bald tortlfkaU. ...
: ; :young tax tocMkor with all :::
: people's. meeting at 1.30. Prayer at 7.43; Kctur and messages at itibooqiioal' omtttod or lo.M lux will .. I; :
t' 1:311. MM to the klikatl bidder at the C .1 =J I
.. meeting Wednesday at 7:30: p. m. Hooa* III Mlaial. .> the Mtk day of ft --... \
rrr. IISI, karlaala- the bow W Toe -
EPISCOPAL Customer "I've come back to o'clock A. M., or ao coon thereafter ta the I )
a" mar be reached Is due eeenwVaud FACE THE FUTURE t
buy the car I was looking at ;
;
: yes at n.rtIIa, tea me sea' I
Bt J.h-.s. J:. Second "
avenue terday. I der of I..aur. less.L .
and Fourth street. Homestead; .. IBATHERMAN.: : \ I
f. Salesman: "Fine. Now tell me, Clark Cinch Coon, CONFIDENCE' ;
Tho M. Metros, priest la charge. what was the one dominating thing lIMo county, rurlda
I Clmk Cow coal
F.... 1-FUU after Ep4hsri that made you decide to'' buy this
........ I.wiaa P.dN60L. affil //H )
al 7 J. Holy IttiukrMj.Jt car? t. M b e GULF tineft* t** |
Customer: "My wit*.* VTall
': chare sekoolt 11, wag Street Journal READ THE WANT-ADS ,.res.-.sit .Iris-.SSidrfecs. ffspaifaij *, e !

aas rwwl I gPovm .W .4. reside YOUR fc-ndJ t i id
Edward StilingReal DL a. r

Estate DR.R.S.AKERS STEBBINSEegMert4 ,. .I :.._ 'Jf !

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Optoasolrlat
General Insurance OWN",

FLORIDA CITY FLA. DENTIST n TEAKS'

C.... Pales Asa and AT*. B PraeUee ta HemeateadRooms I I
Office, Hoar*: a. m. .. f p. m. I and TMfCrory I

Sundays f to 11 Arcade GULF LIFE !
: I II
Closed Saturdays Hours: i N % i R .% r 4 c > : C O M PA N N .' ,I
NATURQLGAS Thursday _. 7.30 to 10 p. m.M.U1'f I .
I Ir" Free Parking Space '
OFFICE:: L. L. 1'oyser and C. E. Smith Representatives
I ,
IUS W. Flatter Miami FU.Phoswi .
n NOT n>K *iTiTIICll ..1.1I I 17M N.PHONE W. 3ITH s-tui ST. MIAMI '.111-.7151 P. O. Box 621 Homestead FloridaJ.

B. LTON. ta M, UIOMI ATK Dr. L. W. Slebbliks, Associate l
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Friday February 4,1938 THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Pace Eleven



LEGAL NOTICES r i



NOTKI Of Application SALE CAI 01'98..Tn in: CUTI'I-I. GUARANTEED USED CARS : CLASSIFIED ADS -I


Notlea h. ho with rbr r>on wrUtrano.o.,1 that B. 0. that RATE First Inserttioa 104 ,line; ub wiuent Inwrtion.
row hoi fHod ma
tw U< ... 1934 Plymouth Coach; motor overhauled ; St of link

awuont Onsinv WM ar IleviodbooraxxestbIsollating hr tW Slat. W = good condition throughout ..... .. ... $225.00 --
n7tto.ia.id: .old to the *'htb- bMd.r 1

ao.h. M pawned hoes Charter In... IMf A.m of Mw LoxUataro, mm tW I ad address of two friend Ad-

tr followhiadmirtlird af Pado, BUM. of mil Florida sass, hi to-wltt tha COM. 1933 Ford Sedan ; new paint good mechanical TOURIST cabins, traitor c.mp, oreis J. B. Sommers, c/o )Ira,

Loa I to 8. Bib f Ideal Villa Horn.Tnrt. I M. McMlchle 2110 N. W. MUl
Th toM to W gold an ...U.ao.dbr I condition ; nice, clean job .................250.00 Inner spring maltn_. Shank- ,
Cortlfkato. IN.. 1171 af lot and ropro.aonto lin Grove. West Florida City. St., Miami.
trees for the roan 1639 M 1MT. both 1929 Chevrolet Coach good running cheap
...... I I ; ; ; (pf28
..... ... amounting to I SALE Fire and burglar
Lau II to M. Blk' I, Idol VIII Horn.Trort. good upholstery good tires 75.00 FOR -
..._ ; ................ be
TW tana to W MM' an proof safe. Can seen at
kr 4>rtlflaato' N.. 1171 of INT And room FOR SALE
Santa toaaa for .... Man IM to IMT. both 1928 Chevrolet Coach ; well worth this price..45.00 I American Legion tag agency.

...,.. ... .monotint to 171.71. Inquire of H. E. Oberschaln,
Tart 4. Blk I. Richardson K.IUU Land 1935 Buick Sedan tires FOR SALE Redlands grow I
paint good Florida (j.ltf)
new
Co. .... The sass to be Mil' an ..- odkr ; ; ; I home variety fruit beautiful City.
00rtI'..... Mo, 4411 of loge and ropro.aonto Fisher draft ventilation leatherupholstel'1
... tar MM roan IMT to IMT botkterluirra. no ; I ornamental, elect water system \ FOR SALE White Japanese Silk

FAA: 14.*UMMlnr fart af West to .HS.4I....0. foot tat 1 ; mechanically fine ...............375.00 bath, shower chicken chickens. MrsJ.. R. Scott and

sad Rip RirtU. Blk' 101. Brkk.ll Fotnt houte, garage, vel. MIL Price I house west of Redland school on
she doMrlWd M That *>rtt.lo, niuaiitrfrom 1930 Chevrolet, Sedan ; fair condition ........ 75.00 $5500: By owner living on premises
a aanerrto monument at Inttnorttao : Coconut Palm Drive. (pill)

of Ely' II... of Brie...... A_ with Kir' HIM I 1936 Plymouth Sedan II Box W-123 Leader-Enter-
of 8K Itk It M M f B..-... ... N 74 ; perfect shape} a prUe. (J28U) j
GIFT BOXtJ Oranges
-
It II'' II HM.. w aloac old Nip I FANCY ,
Iln now., of MM''IB Ith St. for a dlataaoa of swell car for the family....................... 525.00 grapefruit tangerines, etc.

lll.W Ft. to) PO.B. thorn run N II II REDLAND DISTRICT Comprehensive Ave
Palm
".,. M Mia., II Son. g for k dl."_ of of everythingworth Shanklin Grove
listing
421.11 fort .a a point In V. S. Harkor HIM I Redland Road
; of Miami Rim to NR Car of Tract hereon I while. S500.: Owner has
_,...., IWnot run N 74 DM. Mln .01 TRUCKS Invested. 8 few hun-
.". W stunt said, harbor line for a ..... $8000 acre, FOR SALE Buoy bed Springs
tease of 14011 rt. to H W Cor of Trartkmln dred tree, avocado and citrus. I and mattress, good condition.

(I domlM.... \/ for tho.a d.....rue._I of II 4M I>otr.M rt SOMln. 1934 International Pickup; new paint ; mo- I'I 8-room home, new finely furnished -1 $10. Mr*. J. R. Scott 2nd house

to point' h the N'''' linn of.MM gR took tires 325.00 Including gas stove, electric -'I west of Rowland school on Co<'O-
good guaranteed
tor good
St. at SW Car of Trart dwHbnl, IhoniwI ; ; ........ all possible
refrigerator, nut Palm Drive. (pill)
Tl DM. IB Mln. 81 SW K along Mill
N'ly HM rY.SK tth HI. for dbtanor of14n 1934 Ford Pickup ; clean job; small mileage; I modern improvement Landscaping -

pi. to r.O.U. With Rip Ma-lit. a. nor cost $800. Freight oMtM : In first il.i,
tlD 1S5H-U4. Tit' t... to "b. ..ld nr. tvldenMd good tires ; guaranteed ........ ... ........... 300.03 FOR SALE Traitor t
kr Ortirieatt No tlflO of lost I on furniture was $600 3-cnr ilia-< condition. InqUIr at Lcndci-

.red roanniitti t'ouw for Uie pairs 1910 to 1932 Ford J37 inch; cab and body; stakes ; rage. Price is tar below actual Enterpriseoffice.
1M7. bath ircliulw. 6mountiaa InI5H4.I1.
about five thousand miles on motor; value. Terms H ca h. I
I Lot. 17, tl, 1*. HIV. II Viral ootHh.Th FOB SALE Buick coupe 1931
I tom to M mM ar. .rlooaotd brOrtflrmlo ground grip tires on dual wheels; I Also new and perfectly lovely rock model. A-l condition Ernest P.
o. 17042 of mil and nnr*

.... taM fur DIP rmra III to 1III7 bath guaranteed ........................................_...... 275.00 I house gars, 'j, Itrvsn ta' quarters I Roberts. (n28 tl)
'. araqontlitit 148/ large 'patio. This b your
. < ,11t 41114 lA'Wfatl l Mrtk/Tho tam 1931 Ford 157 inch ; cab and body; dual IS land
i dream place. Include .. Isle ot
to h. Mid an trio.n...t br Onlflcan" No. FOR SALE Grapefruit.
14010 of mi end represents taxes for the wheels ; good tires; motor worked with few fruit trees around Pines variety 50c bu. Tangerines
.
P...n to inn IIM to 14.U4 .IMT both lo.lu.lvo. amount.in over; guaranteed .................................:.. 175.00 I house. Priced at $6000 and worth I I 25c peck. Urs. Eva Collins,
.. Blk IT. Vluhl Hoolll. The i tara more. I Modt Uo. (dll' tf)
to ha Mid' an ..,lo.nrad br rtlfleato No. 1934 Chevrolet 157 inch no cab flat body
; ;
IM4I" of Ittt and mroionu axes for th.roan 10 acre producing Penlan limes'
R I. RED FRVERS-Uv* or dreud. -
I In. to 1 II4I.M.hi IMt both IneluilM amount fine tires .................................................. 200.00 with comfortable house all improvements Free delivery in city Phone

Lot I, Blk 17 Miami South. Th. lux tob. $(730: .
mid are aVldmol br CortlfleaU Ma.IMM Our Guaranteed Trucks are Guaranteed to Give 539-M.: McEwen Poultry Plant.
of 1117 and MnroMala taxes for tIM BOO
I 10 acres Just planted to Persian
mart* to III'.101.to..IMT. both Inolwrra amount.In You the Service You Expect limes, BOO avocados. Excellent I FOR SALE Tropical plan..cit-

Lot I, Blk 4$. -MU.il o>.... TH. tax, location. No buildings Cheap at I rut trees and tropical fruit In
to tw Mid ... ..101._ br Ortlftf.t. No. season. Jungle Grove Redlanl
17114) of Iota and r........n... U- ''' $4000.
the non im t. 1M7 both road and Plummer drive.
mounthK to 1141 M. BirdChevrole 110 acres of which acres in grove I
A
Lot I. Ilk ... Miami fonth. The, axes 'I : sash.
rEtggtwe Including Persian limes, oranges SITUATION WANTED
.. Mid aro MaoM' kr Ortlfleato No.141U MuN
of im ind __... Has for IN11SXtw and grapefruit. No buildings-I I

C"INS I1M.II to INT both loelmlv., ..... I Excellent location. A'give-away i GOOD rapid painter, SOc hour

Lou I, t. I.: BIB tt. Miami South. Th.taul at (22S0. Box X-124 Leader-Enterprise.
to k* add. are .ld.noid br Cortlfl. I (pf18)
0>U his I7IM of MO and riprojintitoaM acres on Krome avenue at $50: '
for the Mars IMI to Its'. both In.Inalva 110
., aamnUMr to .Sll.... per acre. Five acres on Campbell I WANTED

IAN 4 and .. lick 71 Miami Booth. TIle Co. I street at $50 per acre. Both
UEOI to bo MM are rrhkHmd br CWtlfl.o of houM
are worth more. WANTED Listing
o> No. I7W1 of IM and ropraMntataaM
for tw roanIM* to IMT both laaluilra and apartments for rent Henry
anmntlno to $047.00.Loot 260 acres price reduced from
W. Morris' N.
I. Plot Tl. Miami. So.tlf.. The Jesse toW 103 N. Krome'Avt Phone 98tor to ISO I I. good Behren & BenJ. ,
$7000 $4000. acres
Mid are ..U...... br C.rtlfk.0. No. Krnme ave. north of 10-cent
171l af KM and rmnomta Hall for tomato land but not suitable for tore; phone 94. (il -U)
tIM pan loss to IMT both raduilva.anramlno Will make term
.... potatoes.
w | .0.
Low I and; I. Blk 7$. Miami _tho Tk. the Mrs IMI .. IMI both '111'.1".1 1919 sod rron..nto ax" for the Peso NOTICI or 11.it or TAX CKSTiri.CATK .
.. .. ..
.
"' .. to bo add. are evidenced br OrtlflMto and 19M and loll amounMnt. to 11.1 b 1937 both amounting to 420 acres In four pleeei 180 110, *
...,.... '111.1..
No 1TI14 of 1910 and represents Lot 4M. Riverside w. Cortlflo.ta Laos S to I'. Bk. W, lot A...... BrMollBnainwrk 70, and 80, at $20 "per acre. 2AO AaolrnUon' .. MlNntlra
ovMoaool
axes te ba gad aro br ...
axes for tb. Farm 1919 lo mlT both laaln.lv I k) bar.ter rlna that A. K, Wll! .,
..
No. 11911 of 1921 Shad raprowito Unit No. 1. The .. to to gold acres of this trac' I hat, Kroini
*. amonntln ta .811.... Triwloa, ban filed with M wrlllm tmiiMl
........
Certificate Na. 14I4T of
4 kr
wakes for the pears III to 1911. both Inclinlro. are >
Lot $. Blk' 110. Blataah Sri Addltloa.Th. for the avenue frontage. Tourists from ....t tho tax mrtiriratol. tnaMhor with illitbamu
mild 1911 and HIT, amounta. to 1911 and npraomu axes peso .
taiM to b> Mid aro rridmood, kr Cor.tlflcatc I oalttsl or I 1-1,4. term Inrlixl.Im
Use to INT. bahSolesive, aimuaUar to West Coast mint this Pi i P-
IMI.OO.Lai pall .
/ No. II1T1 ., I97 ....... the ..ar I"'. "old" the alas hi red.nrti..1
taioi for the 193719w Rlv...'... Watarfronla. The An excellent 1 ion .. kU.. W
races ItM to l-kt. I. Lot 11. Blk' M, M Adda. Brtrk.ll MamM erty. speculr ; end old t thhleli"' r
cltnhr. ._.U.. to 18.". tajua to ha gold are avldraord br Certificate I k Unit No. 1. The to>n to bo good anaMan and I predict will sell at $40 to mob aa .....W br Chtrlor .N. .t 'IhoINT
Las I and I, Blk B. Rrmrnw Th. Na. 11944 of loss and mna.aU taaoi torthe .od br Certificate, N... I4I4D of 1129 AMa 01... Unrhbtaro, npoo tko r.l l
taxes to ka Mid' nldrnotd Cortlfleato 1921 to 1911 both Inrlualva, end : roal I the
are br years ., ivprmnbrlaioa for tIM roan I mi* to $50 per acre soon. lawns oMK-rlbnl esuan County
No. I4IM of 1919 and represents. test and J.lITlu amounting to IBI.ll. I. both 1"1'1..,... amountln to $...". af Dada. State of rlorbla, CovltlLota
ran for the ( onUa Watorfronta. Thatoua IL A. CAMERON l-t-4-T MiamiBitaloi.
years InR tn IMT both la- Lot > Bart tu North
SaM omlflratn anrrthar with all
almlvt amounting to 1197.71. to k. gold are .......... br OrtHloato ton hnrM Tt Homestead. Florida TOWN tam la .. Sold '" rrkk>ni4br
omltud Hal will Plume
subsequent or
Lot I. Plot B, Rlnrrl. Th. ..... to k.Mid No. IIMI of 1119 and NpnaontaU to the blahmt. bidder at thin Court amtlfleata No ItlTI of 1911 and r>.|>-
lira ovUoiiMd br Carllfkata No. IMM -
of 1919 and nproMata Hat for the roan ...l.a, and IMI and HIT amounting. to Ill*. boalanln at the hour of ton EXCELLENT' shaving lotion bah. Inclualra, and IMT, lrmi r.lln. I.>
lot to 1917 both Incl..l.., amounting to ,".11. IIITM.Ix .
'clock A. M., or aa ooa thereafter aa John face lot'I,
'leI.O' N 111 Ft Lot Tl, Blk II, ,Ia..... The be asmahd I" for men. Hand and I M Blwk IQ North Miami Brtal',
Lot it. Elk" D. Rlvanlnr. Th. UIM abe to ... ..... and Miami KlorMa, ... ......,.
Mid m4 br OrtKkmto No. No. Kill of 1911 ropnaontatoiaa I No. 1IITT of less and .
14141 of '' both. day of Jaauarr 191* few cent per pint. Material at ..... .., .
lt and Monorata aces fur the for tha roan loll to 'T. I. I.EATRERMAN.Clork l.i The Mars 19TT lo IMI. .f to "
: B. :
From Ins to 1817. both Inolualra, "...... .., amounting to 1132 I6. Circuit I' all drug torn. Complete in- alualva, :iint.. ai.....jitl.. to 'IR.II
fell 1144 01. Lola 0 and '. Blk H, rlck.ll. Hammock Dado Cxmrt ..... I .i-k 19 North Miami ,..._ Th.
.: 17. BIb D III.......... TIle gas to Unit No.' 1. TIle taaoi to ka gold an rvldoMod Circuit Cant Bo.1) Counts, '1orIda. -- tarts to bo Sold) ara ovMonrH hr ott Will .
bo Mid ... "need kr Cntlflolto No' kr CortlTlcata No. Kill of 1911 Br JNO. r&NNO D. C.I, KM ara oridoaato: kr aartHkata No. TI4HIof N., HIM of lose and rorawaUi
1<(4I of 19TO and represents axes for the ... roprowatt Uioi for the roan lnto I Published ,... II r.b. 4. II. less aM f. _.Ia tan to* the awe. ..a for .... rrara 1911 to 1911, hath loalualM -
roan IMI to "". bah Incluilw amount loll both InrlaulM, ... IIM and 19IT : 1,11I1'" 1917. both l. i'..l- a_.Ua, laI4a and 1117 aOMuntlno to ....l..
tin to ''''.11. aaiHntlnc to $ 0.''. om.I Lots I ba I Block' II North Miami, lIDo
Lot I, milk L III.......... Tk, taxes to UMM Lot I, Rk ... Brkkall Rimmork Unit NOTICE Or BALB Of TAX (: 1"1 I Ttl Rob I U ....1 h.Io.... ATho -. false Tho, bars to W new are a.ld mbr <
an ......,.... kr Cartrfhtate No. 14IM No. 1. Tho tana to ba Sold ara rvlilraoadbr CATBS tawa lo ba mid' fire .',110._ kr otr.lUlcalo ..rllfl.... No. Kill of loss and rrp.rowata .
of im and nproxnto taraa for th roanJJIJ Cortirieato No. 1(177 af 1919 and asp A........,.. No. IIMNotna No. twill af lost ... Kpraan 1. t.ar' the rn ,lit to loss,
to ..". Nth .aeltelv.. amonnllnB to rounta twos for tka roan 1911 to IMT to hereby arlrm that ChoitorHartUlt taioi tar th. pan lose IMT both. In- hrtk ........, and II.. amo atl... to
.... both Inolimlvo, amounting to Itol M, I uaat haa IM with nut Whites I alrla. aaM>uatln" to milk II. 1.4.11.log.
Lot t Blk L, III.......... TIle to... to bt Lola I to 4. Bib ... Brk-k.ll Hammock fnuaat Out the toa ...."100... Mw her Lot n Blk. 4 Miami ,nburhu A" I a T Work tl North Miami, ....
said are *.MOW kr Cortiflraw No. I4MIof Unit No, 1. The toaoi to ka gold an rrldmaod I with all aubaraunt omlttrd ar ...... MaoabMludlna TW "oa to ka aoM aro l.laooi kr >--rIKkalo I...... ",.. UM '., U add ... rrklonrodhr
IWI aad nonamta to_ for ,... roan br certificate No. 14171 af loll the year I91T hold kr the ..... Na. IM 4 of !....' and toorowal.1lam (rrtiri JJJJ to 1sT. both ....1..... MMaaUn* to and represents taxes for the man I9l to ba adnrllml aad sold to the hiorh far too pan 1991 u> IMT both Ie remain taioi for iha Mrs lose M IMS,
UII.IT.)1 HIT, both. '"" _/... amoantlnc to tun II tn for aa.b aa provided br Clio,.... drain, aiMMKUn W $44.14. {l.oih tMlaalvo and 1911 aaioantla lo
Klnnbw W.--.. Th. Lot I, Bill ... Brltk.ll Hammotk Unit of the Hal Art. of the Legislature, IM M Blk. I Miami Suanrkaai Am ....n.
axes to b* Mid ar. oridonoH br Cwtlfk No. .. The lam to k. Sets an arldraoadIT the following dwrlkod want I .,... ASTM I'The onto N. 14U1 of test and nproMota Contlfkato No. 17111 af IMI and nfraaoata County af l>.* late of ,........, llflvalo No. 01M of 1911 axl lono--I| H1w.. The ..... ta be add are rriakr ...
taxi for tb* roan till to IMT both Inal toraa for tho roan HIT to HIT Lot II Ilk Miami suburban axes for Ik* roan ,... t.. IMT both 1 rortlflralo Na. lose ant rata-
...... amoantlaar to .IH.... both dii.la, Mnoantlno to ....... taaoi to .. good an orUnoid kr aar.IKInu aluilM. aomiaUiHI to IM.IS. n. :nla lasts lot t'an-- IM* I. Sets.
Lab Iu ... Mnnknr Watorrronta Lot I, Blk 41. ......U Hammock Unit 'l Na lull of IOU aad l.a aoinlaIOMO I.i Lot II mot S Meal ..... A rl.. \ be to It "Imini, and 1947 ama.Mle H
Tho taxM to k* Mid an aHMMOd No I. Tin team to W rid an widowed for tha roan lost u IMT. bah htlurJm. .. The axes to ka Sold MO ooUoiwd kr aar- 1 .......
k* 4hrtlfla>u No. I4IBI of IMI and ropr hr Certificate No. 11171 of its' and r p.namta aaHMWimi to IM ... tall* af IMt and toonomt. Lot II Snack M Monk Miami r.......
aoa. toa* for th* Poor I'IItI' 9* IMT best taxes for She roan IM* to IM7 Lot It I''''. I Miami Suburban A_ I laaaa'i't.. roara 111 >.. IMT both laehlvo. i iI I TIle lease ta .. good an rrto r4 hrrrtrricara
lncli rr., _.iI". to .'HI.". both ....1..'.., amnatla to IM ILLota Tho Has to W Onto MO ovkkmrod brWrtUlrnto amaraans I. 156'S. Xo. III" of I9M .... roar*.
a-.II..... lu-M. Clnnlair Water.Jwata T to II.! Blk 46. Brfchall HammatkVaM I No. 14719 of len and _-I I Lot W Blk. T Twrirtk rest Manor lotI p. '.. Nom tar the r",. I9t9 to 'IMS
I The toa*> to .. scrod aro rtdnMd No. I. The lams to ko Sold ara aofcoVnoad Matt toaoj for the roan 1914 to IN I. both I AM. Tho logo la k, Sold aro nkbuaoi li.'k .........., and It '-. arVunaUnt ta
OrUfhato. ..., I4U *4 lots and H*. kr Carttfloato N., I4IM af ton .. .. .., and 1911 to IMT both hMlmto,, oortUtaato .... HIP of IMS "M ..... ......
roMMa tam for the roan IMI to out, and represents tear for tho roan 1911 amouattn to ....... aoiita taxoi for U.. r>-.'s 19S1 to IMT .....I N 150 hd .d W<4 af r.=<4 awes
both taolMKn/ and ItM and aamo.fr. to IMT. both Ixlualra, aaMMatlnn to Lot 14 Blk. H Miami\ suburban A.-. lMl..l.... aoMoatlni '< III.M.Lut c' W'i af BW M/W, Peru It ToonTa.
law to ".". $".,.. TW same to saw an lo.aord kr aatlfleato 17 Blk. .' Wo>..*. Para. The ta i M. *amr.. 41, _...,..... U snots
Loto Jr-M to U-kf., Rlwrnnr Watorfrnkj. LoU IS to IS Hh II, Brlck.il HammoakVart I No. :. of IM* and self, ..'I to k. good an .M, 4 kr amlfkato Mr. I. -ro .r ..... 1..- ta;" to ha mid an >*i.
.TIIe"to..OOW.... oHonMod No. 1. The taio to ha sold. ore .v|. toioa for the roan I9M to IMT. both InalaoKra. -{ SIMI af IMt -red rprwprt taxes taw I' drove. hr ronlllM o Ma. 1911 1 af OWL
br brtlflotW N... I4M4 of 1919 and rrp. dogged kr Certificate No. 14W1 of IMI amouotlM to IMJ7.Lot rwa Jose to 1UJ7.: bask .' Ivahn, a'...." sad wproMia tug for tho roan likes!
rear towa for tko pan IMI to VMI. and liumiaH ass for tin ran 1m toIMT. M Blk. 9 Tko .-. Tka team laato ....11, to I9IT. book ..dMa. .aaioaatln to .......
both:= and 194" sad 1.17. --- bone IndnMro. amovntlm to I4tl' 44.Lo I ka add are avtduaoad kr aarufMlto Mo.TMTI .I I SaM wrlinwir- rtrt who all\I saw lea aortlflro.to torMkrr with a*'
7;. 17. Blot 40. BrtrkaU MomnKieb Unit of III and MonoMta taxes far "' aulimaatit oa.HW4 "I ,levied laioa will ka I aarMonoat o.Hl d ar Imlrd taaoi will baoU -
Lot I-M. Blnialila .....,_... TW No. 1. Tha tana to .. aoM are orkkwndkr roan lost to JN?. both ......1001 aoaoaatloo good la She Wow l.Md>r M lisp CoarlOOM to .. highest skid M Jose court
taaoa to to add aro .rlo.rx.d br Carllflaato Oartinanto No. I..M ., 1M' and FPO.naonla to .'..... IMlaa.1.. o. ka I4lk day of Frfc.Narr. HOMO la Miami' oo Uw look Any of foh.fiaiT. .
No. lllli af less and nonaoau tana taaaa for lao roan 1WI9 H INI. 11... a.... I TW Float Tha tona I.... MtrI...... al tko k.nar of Too 1 I 1911, kririnr.lM .. Ih. boar of To%
tor tW pan IMI to IMI, both kMloaln.ad both 1..1....., amowntlnl M I10IJI.Lota .. W aid an rrtdiaoid or aartirioato Mo.1 .VWk A. M. ar a' Fen taanoftar at ... ?desk A. M.. .e ai aoa* thonafiar M I-
TOM and IM7. amountta* to SM4.4T. I .... 4. Blot '1. IM Add. a.....- line mt test and Mwroarnto team for 90IMt aaaw mar '.. raatlii4 hi due rnuroa ._ mr ao >a>rh.d.III duo amira
Lot .-... BlntaMo W.__... TW M Hammock Uatt No. I. TIle ta.. to a.aatd roanIn to IMT, Nth _...... amo.nl wad .> __I. rVirlao, this" tit* Kt4ar .1 I. DaM" at ........ ........ Mb MM Nib
taaoi to b. KM aro .arld.au br CortlUato an arldiaul br Cartlfloato" N.. I4S4I to '11 n. of ,.....,. ttjt.R. a> of ,.._,.,. JIM,
No. tnn at less and narojoMa seven of tote and represents toaoi for the San law 39 .,h. 9 TIle Nag The bars ... K UATHCRMAM, I I. LEATBESMAN: : .
for tW raan IMI to INI. both raohl two IMI to HM, both kulnalm. amvaatln to be sad an wbl.rd by sartNkaa NO.T0449 C..k Clans: : Coort clerk. rimu: c-.
Dad I.M and IMT, amomtln to I*"4.IT. ........ of last Set ropmembs Jones top use Dado CowKjr tlorMa, I I Dade Commit. "....,.
Let 11-11. Riverside W...,.,....... Two Lot b.:1Ir M, lot Addn. Brlrkoll Bant pan 1- 1., 1111. berth Iadmd'.. ._.1. CbMtt Coort 1 C'-II court
t..n to to ant are rrHmcod br CartUI- mock .. 1. The axes to bo Sold Ina $ILSI. I SaalBr J NO. rtHNO. l>. I .e'er lNO nH1'0.: D O
W -.at-.. aor ..-... >,af<.tlfl itr ... I..4| of 1 40 1/111 9 Trr'Simi; Tai woo is so (Nollo.... Jew asW fob. 4. If. lot il (r1feM ,,,,. M Fak, 1.11 IM*>



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table, but remit of tht* contest 11111111 IN 1"11 gill 19W411NWJWW
CARTER art not yet known. The Kedtand!
chapter fruit and vegetable Judging Beech Southern

RUN AGAIN FOR R. team was composed of Don'; nut Lady
Lair, Billy Campbell and Rape Ro-

ROADCOMMGSIONTallahassee mine.Other member who went to,I COFFEE a SALAD

Tampa were Alvin Prothero, Rich.
{ DOSING
ard BaD RkhaxIJensea and L. C.: IN fan
} Feb. I -(Special) Davit. or Relish '
Jerry W. Carter of Tallahassee, I
4 chairman of the Florida railroad R.D.Y.P.U. Holds Its 3Zc 1 1 1 quart
commission, recently made formal I FREE
# announcement of Ota candidacy to Quarterly Session"The I' ,IHI'WI 'U.t' ZSCr
succeed himself a< e number of /4 can
I that body He will run 'In Group Essential Qualities of the i _.-r
for nomination for a t' 1 Individual" was the topic: of. a'
term subject to the Democratic Redland District Young People's e
primaries In May. Union candlelight program given jl 3 o.i a (W*MM Del Monte
by the Epworth League Sunday 1 ..> m a MW I then. twHM
He held the office of elate hotel .
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evening In the Redland Community i I I .a * commissioner by appointmentfrom IM MM k**M 1 k*. Mil
Governor Caste, Hardee and Church. J. Q. Caldwell spoke on|i I' tall C Mtl{.. Milk: I IM cup MoyPad apse
Martin. A lifelong Democrat, he "Love"; Mr Ootch Kufeldt, on'Honesty" .' I -. wnlll'
"' Wm. Mulkino, I II fell m4 mlMilM. "
; on Now cm It. .IIII".nr
hue held many positions in the political ..
I "UnaelflahM; and Miss Kathryn cans M 0 M4 to wM bales d .v Y. Then a.M tottM,
party, including that of I MM to An* feu w.N (Me- f.) iiMne' a*
delegate to the national convention Cast, on "Purity". Mrs. WU- own trtm ... AM wMkW mtttm, :t MU t4 pktT.
t lard ri/Ield gave a vocal I solo, and s 21c _ilt.. ilk HI -" U ...4 ..* two Isle Sella.C" .
in 1624. He la completing hit
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Mr. Caldwell "In the Gar a Nebo M n .
i sang 9c
first term aa a member of the nil.
} toad commission. ',den". This Wit the quarterly
meeting of the union.
Major accomplishment of the
} railroad commission since Mr.Car- Jewell or VegetoleLARD PHILLIPSPORK
16 Local F.F.A. Return I
ter has been a member include:
The ordering of reductions In I From Trip to Big Fair & BEANS 11
telephone rate in the state which 1 4-lb. pkg. 4Sc I
have resulted In wvlngi to telephone I. Returning Sunday from Tampa
subscribers of more than when they participated la the I Ib. can ..... ,5c
im.OOO In the past two and one judging of livestock and fruit and
r h.lf.1'I. Theta will aggregate vegetable at the Florida State!. Ballard'i Plain or Self-rising Monarch Telephone
more than U30.000: before Mr.Carter1 Fair were 16 member of theHomestead I
term expires. Chapter, Future Farmers 5 Ib. pkjf. .. 29c PEAS

the Successful) Interstate Commerce prosecution: Commix before ,Oeo.of Wakefleld.America and their adviser,I FlourVEGETABLES 10 Ib. bag ::::..:::::: 53c I

lon la Washington of the Refrigeration I In the party, which made the No. 2 can .. .15cKELWGG'S
Charge. Cat, resulting in 1 trip In a truck loaned by Lee H.,> 20 Ib. bait ....._...._... 98c

.i reparation payment of about:Lehman, .wer* Clayton; Lehman,|
$300,000 by railroads to shippers i Eugene Campbell, Theodore
}r and grower of fruit and vege- .. Knowles, Leon Chambllsa, Rufus I I Fresh Meafs.1| Corn Flakes
r tablet, and future savings on such Sullivan Ed Pacetti Kenneth' Io |
j charges of approximately 180,000 Glenn, Wad Smith.Ronald Caves,
a year. Thee reduction ranged 1 Prank Toppino Oscar Clonlnger, 2 pklts. . 15c
from |S to 12.80 for each carload Virgil Baxley, Robert Hobson,Fred Country Roll
of Florida fruit an produce. Fucha, D. L. Bowen, Harry Hall Irish CobblerPOTATOES MONARCH
f Removal of the 18 per cent FlorIda and Mr. WakefUId.MXOSTEB CreameryBUTTER I
arbitrary freight rate for both I CORN
railroad and common carrier RESIGNS
: John R. Pack has resigned as I
truck, at aa approximate savings
to Florida shippers of 1278,000 a minister of the Homestead Churchof 10 Ibs 19c
I Christ and has moved his famIly ..:. i2No.2cans.-
;year of more thin $1,090,000 for
his firat term In the Important : his former home in Dixon, lb. ... _.... 36c
state position. MEAL OR GRITS .
t One of Mr Carter1 accomplish Golden Ripe Boned
LEASE RENEWED
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merit that marked a milestone in and Rolled
Florida progress was his successful The American Oil Co., for which Ibs .. no_ 19c
W. P. Cash I I. South Dad distributor BANANAS3lbs.10c 0\
.
4 attempt Into to Florida have railroads act up cent-operating renewed for two year Itsleas Veal :Roast Fancy Blue Rose
of the service station at S.1
: nd-one-haU-a-mlle fare for
Krome avenue and Fourth street

touriat ,from Preston B Bird this week. lb. _ .. 29c RICE5lbs.

Redland Future Farmers i> . 23c
J RE-ELECT n.
Crisp IcebergLETTUCE
Win Prize for Judging j Western Chuck
JERRY 'W. CARTER: Standard
Announcement hal Just been I
received that Redland Future I I BEEF ROAST Corn Peas2No.2cans..l9c
Farmer beef cattle Judging team.) TO I or
composed of Elmer Hampton, Cecil FloridaRailroad 2 large heads 15c

Parker and Allen Harford, won I lb. . ..__ 23c i
3 sixth place and a cash prize of five
dollars for the chapter In competition a Heinz Assorted
with teams from 86 other r. Commit- Carrots or Beets
r. A. chapter of the state In the FRESH PORKShoulder
beef cattle Judging contest held ton 2 large bunches SOUPS

on F F. A. Day at the Tampa GROW Roast I

State Ten Fair. for . .. 15c 2 cans -- 27c
Redland Chapter member ::
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r ,,11thai' adviser M. A. Baker, made only one
and Mr*. Baker left her last Friday While promise Jerry to the Toter-hai lb. ... .. 22c Heinz Chili
afternoon and participated In he'dbe then on pay day II i Fresh Tender
r. F. A. Day activities at the fair I .yet he was instrumental I II I
where Future Farmer from aU of I more In caving than people of Garden Peas Sliced Breakfast 'per can .. .. 19c
the 96 chapters In Florida were as
guests of the fair management $3,100,000m I'1orkS&I I BACON Sunburst :
Teams from all ch.ptenln South 2 Ibs . . 19c
Florida also engaged In Judging TWephon I
Refrlgtratioa Rate m bla PEA..t
exhibit of citrus fruit and vege- first torn of offie 11 Nancy Hall lb. .. ..__ 35c 1 ,
Paid Political JLdverUasmint i
CAtlTirtL BAND SUP I I Sweet 'Potatoes No. 2% can. 0 ..
VIOLIN
Fresh Homemade

'" *-'soil a.a ttk .\..IMM,...,....mallx.nwU-..-nth*,M...vW..MA i Let Us 5 Ibs. .. .. 23c Sausage Meat I Palm OlireSOAP


*J.DATUIlik
me ... L Mml I RejuvenateYour
Long Crisp 29c I

.16NATUROLGAS ,1I I Car ,4 cakes .0.. 25c

i CELERYbunch 1 _
Local Fresh DressedFRYERS !
I I Wood Work
Ion vote. class eooKtwo I 3 large Octagon
1SA I Ia Body Fender Repairs lOc
I Virgil D.. Lyon II .. .
and
IL A... IiBnrW Tops Trimming SOAP ..... 14c
.... .. Scat C.nnPaJD
- lb. 35e -
I I Fresh GreenCABBAGE .q0.-.A_
Large Red
tail I

..-_AagBcuuvci m .I' Art's Pailt( SWMt HENS SupersRdspkg.


844-B Logy AllauiaatPjtow Homeitead.FTa N. KXOX1 ATI. lb. .. . .. '2'/2c Ib. 30c( 19cI

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