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 Material Information
Title: The leader-enterprise
Uniform Title: Leader-enterprise (Homestead, Fla.)
Portion of title: Leader enterprise
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: South Dade Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Homestead Fla
Creation Date: January 6, 1939
Publication Date: -1941
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1931.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 29, no. 2 (Jan. 10, 1941).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 29, no. 1 (Jan. 3, 1941).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002057831
oclc - 33835104
notis - AKP5867
lccn - sn 95047482
System ID: UF00087294:00208
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Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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T VOLUME XXVII-NO. 1 HOMESTEAD FLORIDA FRIDAY, JANUARY, 6, 1939 PRICE FIVE CENTS
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3L.IGHTSFOR' Martin Driving Without Lights Prior I PROTESTING CUBAN

I To Fatal Crash, Coroner's Jury Finds I iBRIEFS


TRAFFIC TO BEADDEDBYCITY A coroner's Jury but tour feet oft the line of travel TREATY FEED AS HEARINGS

the automobile crash InVeStl.atin'1 Testifying: at the Inquest were
the death of W D. 1 J. T. Godwin IT who was Injured
old Homestead High School student ;so badly that the Inquest was postponed -
on the night of Friday Dee.i. a month to await his recovery AREOPENEDINUIPONIPICKOFCROPFOR '
2, decided Tuesday night thai the' and James Sullivan IS, son of
crash was accidental but recom.; Chief of Police Homer Sullivan of,
:Mayor Authorized to Put mended that Elmer Martin, 15- Homestead. The four boys were'r 1 Farce
Avocado Tariff
year-old driver of the death car,[returning in the Martin car prop- a ,
Two on Flagler, One be forbidden to drive any motor arty ot Elmer's father, J. T. Mar- I Pratt Point Out to

on S. KromeCOUNCILAPPOINTS vehicle for a period of a year. I tin, from attending a basketball I Committee.
Testimony at the Inquest developed I game In the Redland School gym FAIR ASSURED AS -
that Martin was driving Lott was killed instantly when the ;
NO POTATO THREAT
with the car lights turned off j car turned over several times
NEW MANAGER
POOL Martin himself admitted that they I after hitting the trailer and I PRIZES Q.UBLEDi DAOEMfiNARSTQLI)

were off until the car was within crushed his skullM'CALL :
Action on Zoning Ordi- two car lengths of the farm trailer I I Vegetable Growers' Inter-

nance Deferred to parked lat the side of the road,I The pick of the Redlands ,fruit ests Watched by Chand-

' Next MeetingThe wben he twitched them on but too' GOT ALL and vegetable crops will be featured ler at CapitalRelief s
late to avoid hitting the heavy! In community, exhibit at the

city council Tuesday nigh object The trailer which belonged to1:I lIE WAS DUE SAYS 1939 Redland District fruit Festival from provision of the reciprocal
authorized Mayor Tom Harris to
and fifty-dollar awards
,
I trade
with
tomato agreement
Capers Blggers, pineland
purchase three new traffic light I
and have them installed: as toot farmer, was found to have been In SUPREME COURTFranklin double those of last year, will be Cuba is sought In a brief tiled with

a* possible to insure added safety the right of way of N. W. Second given for the best exhibits In both i the reciprocal: trade agreement
I to motorists I using highways passing avenue (the crash occurred at N.I classifications, George W. Turner'I committee In Washington by Rep-
i through Homestead. W Second avenue and 19th street Pierce McCall evi- manager of the event, said y.sterIday. i
Similar lij type, to the one now dently realized he could expect I The festival scheduled for resentative Pat Cannon of Miami
In service at the Intersection of )1 more mercy from a "mature fair- Feb. 27 through March 4. [| In the name of the Florida Avocado

Krome and Flagler avenues, the FROSTWARNINGS minded and impartial judge" than I With the total premium awards I and Persian Lime Grower. whose
extra four-way lights will be from a Jury chosen from citizensof I reaching approximately two thousand -: and packing house ur located -
placed on N Flagler avenu BY WIRE TO EXP. an aroused countryside, and, dollars, packing hous* exhiblI -offices i
where Mowry street turns gait to exercised the tight which Florida I I tors, also, will compete for prizes i, at Princeton, and whose
the glade farming suction; at S. law allows a prisoner when he double those offered In 1B38, and,I president Is Chas. Pratt of Red-
Flagler and Its Intersection' with STATION HERE- chose to plead guilty to the new totals have been set up for land.

the main street of the negro section "Skeegle" Cash kidnaping before livestock exhibit 1\ Present a( the hearings which
; and at strategic point on I Judge H. F Atkinson in Miami. In addition to the fifty-dollar 'opened Wednesday to consider an'amendment
S. Krome avenue on a corner near Telegraphic reports of the frost This in effect was what the supreme awards.tor the best community displays 'I' to the existing treaty,
the American Legion hall yet to forecast bulletins Issued twice, court of Florida said In a of fruits and vegetables, other Is Luther L. Chandler ot Goulds,
be decided upon. tEach dally by the federal-state horticultural unanimous opinion Tuesday denying premiums of twenty-five, fifteen i who Is working with Florid*'t
of the locations was agreedto protection service at' McCall's appeal from the death and ten dollars will be awarded In, delegation to obtain protection for
be the best traffic regulators Lakeland, will be received at the' sentence Imposed upon him. both classifications Second and l winter, pegotable growers from the
available ata.reasonable eosttrttt" SubtropicalZxperiment..Station'j Therefor i *;-Wi "1T --)'eiltla""kllt-' (Mr*prteet fwWMjr-ftw and fir- Influx of cheaply grown tomato
a thorough observance and study tore and! kept on file for transmisSion nap murderer was not deprived of teen dollars also are offered the and other produce from Cuba lie
of local driving hazards by the to growers when they telephone -, his constitutional rights, said the packing house exhibitors. left Tuesday for Washington In 6
mayor and police department. In to the station for Informa- court through Justice Rivers Bu- A top prize of fifty dollars will company with Senator Pepper
tion, it was announced yesterdayby be awarded for the best s
the opinion of Mayor Harris, the ford. community' The hearings are held as a
new lights should be the means Willard M. Fifleld, acting head There were no extenuating circumstances display of Irish potatoes, with other -' preparatory step to the negotiationof
of preventing many major and of the station. to warrant any mercyon prizes of twenty-five, fifteen and a supplemental and amended
minor accidents through the winter Announcement of this direct win the part of the trial court", said ten dollars for potato displays of trade agreement with Cuba end
season and also will act ai service followed Mr. FUIeld's return the supreme tribunal McCall, a merit the state department announcedthat
; from a conference with ex- Both packing house and commu-
year-around safeguards.Tom former lodger at the Cash rest-'I the products to be consideredwere
Brooker was appointee periment station officials inGainesville dence and considered a nity exhibits will be judged as to white Irish
or ,
taanager of the municipal swimming last week and is the the child, smothered the sixyearold quality, Variety and arrangement, and tobacco. Dade potatoes Potato sugar
County
pool, trailer camp and tennis result of the visit made to the Sub- son of Mr. and Mrs.J. a Cash, official said, and all displays must Growers Association has been informed 4
court by unanimous vote of the I tropical Experiment Station two Princeton .filling station and \be of exceptional merit, satisfactory by of ;
weeks by Dr. Wilmon Newell,, to the management Acting Secretary
council upon the recommendationof ago grocery store operators, "accidentally" State Sumner Welles
Councilman Frank B. Rue. provost of agriculture for the Unl-: with a handkerchief held Although complete premium lists ; Senator C. O. Andrews,, that through the 1
Building permits for minor repairs varsity of Florida and director of' over the child's face as he was are not yet available, classifications only change contemplated In the
and alterations amounting to the state experiment stations.Dr. taken by McCall. afoot, to Ms open to individuals Include: potato provision would be to the
Newell during his inspec- the beat display of vegetables, tenor
$300 were granted to the Pool filling residence a mile away. benefit of American who
station and to J. R. Bevis for tion here, noted that growers in McCall, 21-year-old son ,of n I more varieties; the best displayof use seed growers from
$100. Action on the new city zoning this area received the frost forecasts former pastor of the Princeton citrus, six or more varieties; the other potatoes purchased
areas, A. 1'oJ'thur vice-
ordinance, now being revised only by radio broadcast and Nazarene Church was a ne'er do best display of other than citrus president of the association, said
,
py City Attorney Ira C. Haycock, newspaper bulletins. Upon his return well who hated work and had fruit, six or more varieties; the last night therefore
was postponed te the next regular to Gainesville he made the dreams of easy money. He demanded best display of six or more papayas from; the no representation
.necessary arrangements to extend ; and the best display of avocados potato growers
meeting., I. and received $10TO I In has been sent to Washington,
wire service to the Subtropical ransom money from the child's four or more varieties.A .
tatlon wide classification of special In the brief submitted for the
father, and the first of the ransom
EXCANDIDATEFOR I Two official forecast bulletins notes was composed In the bath.. fruit and vegetable exhibits by Individuals avocado growers, Mr. Pratt contended .
are Issued daily during the winter room of a close relative of the Including all representative :
,frost season. The main bulletin is child, to whom McCall had gone in varieties from this section, Is "Under present operations we
PRESIDENTTO released In the morning at 11 the guise o( an old friend of the now being compiled by festival officials are subject to open competition !
o'clock. and the final bulletin is family offering sympathy and aid and Impetus will be given from Cuba because of tariff reduction .
SPEAK HERE issued at 4 p. m. The morning report In time of distress-immediately to interest In these displays by at seasonal times" In other
gives full and complete Information after leaving the still warm bodyof larger premiums, officials said. I words, the tariff operates only m
while the afternoon the murdered boy at McCall In both community and individual months when Florida's avocado
Wm. D. Upshaw, former crusading bulletin covers only changes made house or In the bushes where the exhibits, a special effort will I production Is at Its lowest ebb and
dry congressman from Georgia necessary by the receipt of additional decomposed remains were found be made this year to Include a wide la inoperative when Florida production
and candidate for president on the information of rapidly days later. variety of rare tropical fruits. I' : Is at its greatest
prohibition ticket when both major hanging weather situations Forecasts Resolutions from civic and benevolent '
went wet will speak In the cover the night Interval only
parties organizations asking relief
Redland School auditorium Sunday unless It Is necessary to extend Barrow and Harper Win Singles Finals; from such conditions for
afternoon at 2:30 on "The Twin this period to cover dangerous con- I ] Florida growers, have been sent
Devils of America," and in the itions. Miami Pair Loses to Locals in Doubles to Washington and Individual ;

Homestead Methodist Church Monday The federal-state horticultural citizens .have been urged to sup
bight at 7:30: on "Rebuilding protection service, of which Dr E. plement these petitions with tele-
New Courts Manager ,
America. S Ellison Is meteorologist In In the finals of the chamber of to
grams Florida's representatives
"One of the most colorful fighters charge, Is maintained jointly by commerce tennis tournament Hurt in Tennis Game Washington. protesting the Injustice -
la the cause of civic righteousness the United States department of played Sunday on the municipal of the present regulationsto
which the South has sent to agriculture weather bureau and Tom Brooker, newly appointed Unite4States
defeated Don growers. ,
courts, Ansel Barrow "
congress since the Civil War, Mr. the Florida agricultural experi- manager of the municipal swim. .
Vpstuntv magnetic orator on ment station. Talbott 6-0. 6-2, 1-6 6-S In the ming pool, trailer camp and tennis *
crutches, toed to keep Washington The horticultural protection I men's singles; Cecelia Harper won courts Injured his shoulder THE WEATHER
over Carlotta Ames, 6-1 8-3; and when be slipped and fell while
ton Its ear' with All, startling revelations service was established with headquarters -
concerning. naughty at Lakeland during the I Bill Payne -teamed with Jack playing tennis last night The Of fMil *Mtl M-upset'".. ire .........!...
drinking of highcr-upt," said the winter of 1II3 -38. and is now en- Krome to beat Vic Gerstel and shoulder bone was bruised, and gaaed-a' et.elw. al.-.a daloNa
pastor of the in the fourth of its Jack McChrlstlan of Miami, ,.s, x-ray: photographs may reveal a ..
Rlv. J, J. Richards, aged; year Dol. .. .... I ....1! ..... tar.: awe
Homestead Methodist Church),, forecasting and temperature survey 64.The fracture.I it was said
Mr ppshaw's address at' the work. At the present time s winners will be awarded H. Clinton King Smoker's predecessor Dealt IQ ., T8 | 94 13018! ..2tDee.
church was originally scheduledfor comprehensive network composedof 28-inch loving cups, presented by who resigned to enter II --I 1 71 |130.llIl 1 ,12
tonight, but was changed to over 400 temperature stationsiroughout the Redland District Chamber of private business here, has resumed J *t 't' ..:...--t f 12 "I'm I i Iran. i
Monday night/ to avoid a conflict the state has been es- Commerce sponsor of the tournament temporary charge of the municipal : t _.._.1|162 r I.64 |80.1K
with the Homestead-West Palm tablished. Each temperature surwith which started on Dee 28. protects until Brooker tan return fan, 3 --- .1| (1 i 164
Beach basketball game to be played vey station is equipped a.iCqnt1Due4 Sixty boys and 29 girls partici to his duties or mate other )an. 4 | SO 55 130.18'| '

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Two THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Friday, January 6,1939ROTARY
Pare ,

way'to Key West for an official vls-'1 WINS IN 3 DAYS Death Takes Geo. L. Ross, CHURCH NOT.oouou.w.ICES

SURVEYOF It lo the Key West Rotary Club on Redland Area Resident .....,,".. o,o..r,
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Thursday, congratulated the local' -- PIIRISTIAN SCIENCE CHUECH

COMMUNITYGETS club upon IU Improvement In attendance : HIISPLAYSWPB George Lowe ROM who came Jan S. Lnaonsermoatopic .

since nil official visit here' to the Redland District six years ) "Sacrament.*

several week ago I ago and engaged In citrus culture,

UNDERLAY i Elroy Decker chairman of the I IN GYM TONIGHT died Friday at his home In Red- FIRST METHODIST CHURCH

Inter-city committee of the Miami land after a brief Illness.\ Funeral OF HOMESTEAD

Rotary Club was a guest also. His 1 School services were conducted Saturday Jan I Morning topic
The Homestead High
of the Rl'd.1 committee la planning an Intercity this week In Woodlawn Cemetery, Miami by "The Bon of Thunder" aa.tl-
The .tAtl.tieal.urvey Basketeers who already
meeting of the Rotary clubs the Rev. E. L. Nelson, with arrangements er In the aeries en 'The Men
!
land District, undertaken have won two easy victories. In
front Key West to Hollywood In Jesus Made "
in the of Tur-
means I charge ; evening toplci
Club eel Went
Homestead Rotary ,succession will play the
the near future.Constitution. I ner Funeral Home. -The Wife of the Mayer ef Bo-
of bringing to light various channels Palm Beach High School's squad
through which the club can tonight In the Homestead gym. Mr. Ross who was 4} years old dome another sermon en Bib

work for community Drafted I Homestead beat West Palm BeachIn came to the United States from I Ucal characters: Special mn-

under way, George N. meet-1"I With Aid of 32 Lawyers I each of the two engagementswith Scotland It years ago. He la survived Bid by the church choirs

chairman of the community i the upstaters last year. by a brother Andrew Ross LEGAL NOTICE

committee. reported at the The assertion that the United After crushing St Patrick's and a sister, Mrs. Isabel ROSJ-

Ing of the club Wednesday, noon.I States Constitution Is not a leall) (Miami Beach) cngers 41-13 the Ware both of England; and another NOTICE or APPIICATION FOR

The number of stores, fir I losses, document, voiced 'In some quarters I night before the Growers downed sister Mrs. Jean McVane, Darn TAX

recreation facilities, arrests sanitation In the not far distant put Is unfounded 43-27. Home- of Redland. ru. i 1711
Delray Wednesday
Notice lo
r roby given that Stewart
facilities, assessed valuation!t Judge Mitchell D. Price I dead started the scoring and kept Rliooor I....., holder ai and oj
death rate and' Clip of HlolMh Tan Cortlricato rl'aib.r2.
community buildings, Miami attorney
prominent ahead throughout the game. Del- Call Buciness: Electing 10, dated the
school attendant, and other statistics former judge of the Dade County : ray, playing good, consistent ball Of for Mod sold I Cortlfkata, In :r <,rff IM. J
will be compiled by the committee ) Circuit Court, told the Redlund, Baptists Tonight has merle applleatloa for lot dead to seem
was always within threatening distance I thorooa In accordant wild l.., told .
the members' of which have District Lions Club Tuesday night. Uortlflcato ombraooi the following
until the fourth when '
I quarter
already been assigned their respective -] An Investigation which he personally -' Following a visit to Homestead Abed property, situated la Dado CeaalJ'
I the Delray defense was pulled Florida, to-wltl
portion of the district to made Judge Price said, revealed this week of the Rev C. E. Rodgers -'I Lot II, Block M, Hl.lr.h ,
from the free-throw circle
1 sway Town. ... In the City of CoVaSof
canvass. the fact that 32 lawyers Tampa minister who was extended 11101 oio,
enabled state of
'I and the Growers to work Dado. Florida.
The survey project so Intrigued took part In the drafting of tho the ball\ Into scoring positions. a call\ to the pastorate of The aaMMmont of saw _rip liMdw
the attention of Garland Powell,I constitution. One of them later'' the First Baptist Church of this the Voh.Certificate...... same woe '" "." w0 or

of Gainesville district governor of'' became president of the United, Charlie Little led the scoring for city a business meeting of the unless said Certificate. oblll be redeem.,I

Rotary International in Florida, States, and two of them wer,,: Homestead by netting 22 points church membership was called for od aorordlaa- to law tan deed will (MM
th.rooii tin Slot
M oar of J.auarr A. B, j
who paid a visit to the club Wednesday later justices of the United States Roy Martin and Little kept the tonight at 7:301n the church buildIng 1950,

that h. requested for I Supreme Court, he said. Delray boys from getting the reboiirid at Krome and N. W, Third 1111.Dated this Uth day .f DoMmto, A. D. '

copy of the report when It Is com Speaking eulogy of democratic, and disconcerted the Delny street E. B. tRATRKRMAN.
order that It might be long shot attack. at the Clerk of Clroult Coort.Dado .
pleted In government and against any I Mr. Rodgers preached c...". ,..noa.Rr '
used In suggesting and planning change In the constitution, Judge The Homestead scores: weekly prayer meeting of the (Clnult Court Seal)

similar surveys by Rotary Clubs!! Price said that the bill of rights I r. n nWlldrr To Ft r:1:I church Wednesday night IDoL N.M 0., J.ITEKRETT.. .. I'. id.O.ITT Q,.
In other communities In the constitution Is what guarantees I S e e Ron .. t 1
1I.1..bl 0 e e .III..n 0 0 0
Governor Powell, who was on his that this country shall alwayj :ten... 1 0 e Martin 4 1 0'I I' LEGAL NOTICESIN
smith e 0 4 Little II I I'IV. '
have a democratic form of government I
Kutlo .. e 0 I Mdll.h..L. 9 0 11
i CIRCUIT rol'RT OP THI MTU
I The speaker of the evening iI I,C.rn.r I 1 I ht.on I 1 0 JUDICIAL THE CIRCUIT IN AND FOR NERVOUSNESSThere
LEGAL NOTICE wasIntroduced by Chas. Pratt,I I Davis ... e 0 0 M. Dlohop.. e 1Walker. DAVE COUNTY. FLORIDA.IN .
1 0 1 CHANCERY. NO. SISTI
IIIOTICI or IALI or TAX program chairman. ORDER lir PI'BLIIATION I
CATMAapllcall.ii I Totali .,II I I Total :SIS I II RFDHIN OAVIDOKF" flalntlff, ... IDA
N.. ITIubMqtM nRTI..I.\ DAVIDorr." D.f.nda,
II.U. M hereby .Iw. that \ LEGAL NOTICENOTICE I I The Growers led by a big margin ; TUt IDA DAVIDOt5". $41 flskmas BLNot
Cut, 11M filed with me ..11. during the game I In the new Brooklyn. New York. Is nothing more destructive ,
thot the tax _tlt.otoo torether with notified and required to i
omlttes or lrrb'd. ...... Inrl.d-' : or IAIK Of TAX ClRrl..I'iA..I1..o and modern gym at St. Patrick's.' ppoar Yoo are to hereby the Bill of Compl.lvorc. tor dl- In all\ the long lists
Ins the roar IMt. told by the state boadrorllnd TATHS ,. ,II The Homestead boys showed bet- filed In the above styled cauoo oa
No. .7 of human ailments than disorder
and oU to the M.h
    nab ai '_I..... by Chapter IHiM. at Notice' b hmbjr skiers that H. M. Bailorhu ter passwork and teamwork, and Itm othwwlw the allmtlona of said
    tho 1017 Ant at the LoiUlaluro, upon tho filed with aia written ronuoit thai tho the rebound often than bill will be taken .. sonfm.rd br ,... of the nervous system.
    In the Coun. tax ewtlflraM tonthor wuh ill lubw- got more
    fullowlnc dwrlhol reel estate
    i .hall be a
    This order publlihod ores
    tjr of Dade SUM nl .' .i..nt omitted or .holed. tats Including I In any previous games. Eleven week fur four ........11.. work In the Chiropractic deals particularly
    Eat of wb of NEii' ;.1'H\V\ :. iw.... the year Illl. h.ld by tho Slat be id. different Homestead Homestead .... ....'!>'..., a never .
    II Tuwn.hlp 60. Rinro '1. containing 10 mrtteod. and Mild to tin Slih.it bidder far men got their In Dado Count Florida.Datoi with the nervous system ,
    I puhll.hrd
    yeller .
    arrw more or 1_ The team to ... soldem cash .. Provided by Chapter ISMS of the chance against St. Patrick. At the Shim Soih day of DHombor, A. D. and the Chiropractor la
    ovklonmd by CtrtlfloaU No. 711T of IMT Axis of the LntliUltiK. epos the
    I' feel In the lend of the second half. Coach 1939.
    dMtrlbod estate
    following I
    m and for
    roprownta taaoi the
    Form C B LEATHERMAN:
    ... .. especially fitted to discover
    of .. Bint of hlorliU. .111
    County -
    Ita 1110 lull, fats and ISM. imountlnlNU Bleler substituted an entirely new .. Clerk Clroult Court,
    fie 116.76. I LoU II to '0. Mark 1, Srmlnnl City I .
    Dads County Florida.Clmut and the which
    of'NEH of aEI4. Softloa 14, Town No. 1. The taxes to be .old or* o>laVnoidbr ,I team. ( Court 8ml) remove cause ,
    ahlp It, Rani. M. mlalnlna' W ... moro Certificate N... I1UI: of lull and rro-, Charlie Little was high point' Hr M. 8W1FT, Deputy Clork. has led to this dread condlj
    .. .
    '
    ,
    for tho IMS
    or M. The teas to be std an ... U to man to lass CARR CARR
    devices by Certificate No. 7WS of lelO androproionu both '..11101... amoonlln to .. .ft. man with 12 points. Martin Solicitor for Plaintiff. tion.
    team for the From ua. Ie... Bald lax nrtlflrtuo hmthor with IIImhoMiiont ,I Bishop playing good, consistent (Jan. S. 1s. 10. 11, logo).
    ......
    ) will, I
    U ll. IMI and Ifs .mountln to IM.M emitted or tanoi "Start getting well
    r WK of Vtt<4 of rlr.4. Smiles ,, ; be sold to the highest bldorr It too. CourtHouse ball scored t and 8 points in the today"l
    hip It. a.... ... The ..... lo ... sold lit Ml.ml. on tho lltb any of Jon.Mrr. two
    ." .. ".'" by Certificate No. 1WI of 1U, bwlnnlni at the boor of 10 I games. Harvey Rue was outstanding 'Constipated?
    1..0.., roprownU ..... for the years la dock"A. M. thereafter M In his ability at ball\
    !?!*! "". nil bad last, estimating to' the ..., Vo DP"h.di: diio oounoDaud run Br.R.J.ELUOTTCHIROPRACTOR ;
    $1004.Mid: M Miami. Florida, thlo the. lith I handling and recovering any loose III' 1> ; .. ..... ant back pauia.Adlarlka .
    tax oortlflraua _...., withulMqwat .n day of DHo....... IBM.B. boil. helped rujht own,. Now 1 oal
    emitted or levied. ..... wll./ be B. LKATHKRMAN.Chrk MUM.a. tanonaa, pi. anything. f want
    I st. Patrick's players led the attack N rvrr frlf hears Mra. M.hfl SchottriM.Mrii
    sold U She altrho.1 blddrr at the Court of Clroult/ Court I II Homestead
    H_ la Miami ? the loth day of Jan. Cwintr Florida.I with long shots, but their inability Home Bldg.,
    .".. IPI'. .b .1..'.. .1 tho hour rf 1 o eel......Court 81)Dade I : ii[ Hours: 9-12; 1-5: 8-8
    .'...... to get the rebounds I
    kept
    A. a 0 W. fly JNO. FENNO. D.>> C
    some my "bo"r......ftTSSa- (P.bllohodo Jan. 6. II) I them from scoring. I I At all leading druggists. i, i
    Dated .t Mmml. Florid.. this tM .tIo
    "r 01 Jesus" 1555 I

    Ifa..Clerk Dade'UATRER.UIf.Cenay(,I..ult.c..rt rlortdLru.I. t: : -

    (CI..1t Court Emil I

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    :] Two P.T. A.'s in Quiz to Compete for Cup'I creased to 40 minutes this year. f without sham when I go to A. Miller\! manager of the Miami f

    I Each member of the executive ness and be a better businessman oftl fI I

    CQ"f At Joint Meeting i Next Friday Night'I committee Is to be responsible and each for room getting mother atone for it, tool!-Relder Brekke' The malt work, of this office for

    least advertisement for the in the Rotarian Magazine.Unemployment the next two months will be directed -
    The Homestead P. T. A. and the dow above the kitchen
    sink and the unemployment
    I : Fruit Festival premium book which, uppq
    n) Redland P T. A will compete Ina another near the teachers table in: the association will publish, It Claims damns These claims)

    I iJ Friday quit contest, January for 13 a.loving at 8 p. cup m.when next : the cafeteria, Mrs. Ben Archer, the I was Friday.decided Those at who a called meeting May Now Be Filed Here will led for have the worked year 1833 In by a
    were not at
    . ; the Homestead association entertains president, reported. The committee ; "
    the meeting are asked to Mn "co for an em.
    decided to ask the board for see
    I'; the Redland association In Archer at once. A representative of the Florida ; tf eight or more persons
    the Neva paint for the Interior of the cafeterias -
    King Cooper School This
    I" state employment service will be The mum wag credit is fS
    . ..tsX contest will take the place of a and a switch box': for the located at Homestead city hall a week.' The amount of compensation
    lecture on laughter by Dr. George clinic room.Principal. : ONLY ONE SUIT NEEDEDLet -
    every Wednesday, starting Jan 11, depends- upon the amountof
    : j Williams of Coral Cables who Is Hindman in response us never doubt It-: a man from I I. m. until 3 p. m., for the earnings during the first nine
    prevented by Illness from coming to Inquiries sent In by school patrons -I needs only one suit of morals for purpose of receiving claims for months of 1J3J Applicant must
    to Homestead stated that the lunch periodfor both his private and his business unemployment compensation This bringJthelr; social security cards to
    J Each association will be repre- the high school has been in!! life I can wear my Sunday cost announcement was made by Louis the office when filing their claims
    sented by a team of five The
    ;, pupils of both the elementary and

    the high schools will be asked to
    ,aIat' furnish the Questions.

    "W Miss Eleanore HoUerty, program

    Iva chairman, will conduct the quiz This is how it feels to BE GULF'S GUESTin

    .14 The Homestead P. T. A., under
    ,r. "the direction of Mrs J E. Gau-
    tens, radio chairman will Jive a .. FLORIDA
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    t4da.it. short program over Station WIODIn
    the News tower, Miami Satur- ,; if

    K day morning, Jan. 14, at 11 o'clock. .000", ."I '.' .r" '
    Y7M The Invitation to give the program .
    "
    was accepted by the P. T. A .'I' \ .. i
    executive committee at Ita meetIng t

    D. Mrs Tuesday Russell Anderson, cafeteria WELCOME TO GULF cute

    ' chairman, reported a profit of
    eighteen dollars in the cafeteria so
    11164 far this term.

    The county school board has at
    the P. T. A.'i request put I win-


    LEGAL NOTICE


    ate THR CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH
    JUDICIAL 'IKn'lr' I" AND rOil
    DADS COUNTY, FLORIDA.LawNa .
    1JI7S
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    FRED N. LIHI1Y, Plaintiff V. JOHN
    8COTT. IVfmdnnt.
    NOTICE or" IHFRIFP8 BALI
    Notion la hnvby liven that I.. 1>. C. Cola-
    nan. sheriff of Dade County ....'Id.. underand
    by tlrtua of an allae exervticn issued
    out .f the Circuit Court of the KleventhJ
    nil ll circuit In nnd for Dade County.
    \ *I rlda, on July S. lull' ux.n a e.rudnfedsn.t L
    recovered In that certain eaua
    rending In laid court wherein Fred Libby r
    Was 4..lnliff t and John tki tt was oVfandnt
    whlck '.......at woo In the sum of
    S6 ftoo 'ou principal, Saga <6 Inleteat and
    ST,06 ,..t. earrylni Imams until paid. and Wl DO EVERYTHING but bring out a Lrsss I

    j which and Warne uaninnl/ Votes to thrnafMr Lbabw. I tmnafarrrd ,.. band to give you a royal welcome at Gull!

    Companr levied: upon, a and rkirlda'will: offer oorporatloa fur aala ,ni .. Always look for the Sign of the Orange Due.- r

    to the highest and beat bidder for Feb-1 in the Sunshine State. \
    the aouth front door of the court ho hospitality headquarter
    Caila County, Florida, on Monday.
    I ruary Sth Itll, between the bean of
    eleven clock A. M. and two clock PM .I f
    A ? all of toe right, title and interest of
    the cold John Boot and .U the Internet
    right, title and retain of all other. per.aona .
    In cold property which k to
    subject
    Ua lien of ala '........nl I
    Lot four (41' In Ulnck one (I), plat
    of the Townalln of Uardln. Morded
    In Plat Book 14, 4 Public Record LOAf ATJ7NDfi4J/ JkwYwesfrMYiTMoBr
    of bade County, r'Id: INIAROS 0w-rNEY NlY! IVISNfS. ow: fRff.t
    Bad property will be sold to satisfy I ye Me AVffol/l'l.
    Mid drment and execution nfoMMld one M/ff A Te/CA'. Of ArAJY JEr3 ore ffp1
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    Dated this January 4. Wilt WMFIOKIMVS17VRS AfIER frill >, nw r/Ne roes
    V. f.. IOLEMAK
    Sheriff Oade County. Florida. SAY:
    JUnYEARND A 0 XMt8S. D. I. YOJI AND TN a ;!
    !: rER!:PI: .I.. e0IJ1//Or
    AttI. ,non for CMI.o." In',,cment Company CAR t i
    I Calm 10 mat January 0. 11, 10. 17. fob. P PYf/P NdNi t T 4
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    II GET THESE"MACIMSAZZ1,4LSAT .

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    I Used Cars I ;jJ GULF


    Illl Ford '.dor, good alro r .4N47 Am rrn
    randltlan eeoAff.OM!
    jug Ford l"' aar ....t"* acdantMv ,err OJfJ7AlOShC/, }1
    paint I vary gives, 1O| C I
    aged bay al WU t 1 IMS Pestle two door IIH.., Fill-Oulri teas Florida Fee Magi eULfLU"'CA'IONCetaridohrnol'
    Now aalnt I .!... $3 I lies touring map of UI.-ahowi HI ieak.-an nrMrt, low-coat job

    ahmashea HIT Plymouth' 4-deer ...JTwo ... beachaa, golf club, fiabing data
    In* crassest coed paint I vorytt.1 point*of interest, eaythutflIII CAM WAI MID AND POUINID i Bin
    pod "....' $.515 K iahc travel grim A thorough yet

    ... .. smile job
    1117 Chevrolet .- ( / ."AMOLIIS CIITIFItAtl" A

    Mraral aadaait **M**palntl Hnar ':= $515"II novel ocrtifiaM that furnishes proof UUOIIDI Oil CMANOI Replaca
    Haifa business vessel ToryJE1" of TOUT witch. Space low sundtot tr.velwora oil with fneb. 100%
    """..' $615 and witmnea' ..(...aw.. Pure P.iui*. in the right gnidVor

    r lilt '.._.I..... SasrIss ,/ DarUh ;/w.,

    =..' a r..l!*.;,S450 PUll lei WATIR: Mighty nfnaUngdnrin GULF NO-NOX ""YL. Tb ,_,-

    Illl Ford 4-.h..i swiss( I | a long drive. Al moat Good pm>/ |M you used tot high..pawl
    New motors stand $165 Cult doaUn along with oold lot touring uodora l Uh4omprwaloa

    Nina Illl .Rak-k 4-d_ mortar .....f K tied drink. earl tty'Irv e .
    airallmt' cndlllaa| a $315} .:" Q
    bargain it. M1

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    Four .. THE LEADER E'NTERIRISL ._ Friday, January 6, 1639

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    ed 144. w V work meeting, and one U
    every
    THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE 1111I1111I11I11I1111I11I11I11I11111I111I111I11I1( PLANE DUSTING I Jacksonville and Duval County supposed to bring something to

    r.elw.s rrMirt .MH..*. FU. have reported to the office of the work on.

    " air .. soots II" rowuhl.e c.. 20 Years AgofllHJIilllHRlllllllllll111IIIIIIIIiitIIIIi EXPERT DIES IN Dade County Tuberculosis Association. -: The meeting was closed with

    : MM AfttBtM __, ._....r. III'. ., 41S Florida National Bank the 4-H pledge
    Building, Miami, that their current:
    LI CH ARCHMUutk !
    MABJOIIIt. -- ...... ( ( ) NEW YEAR CRASH total Is In excess of eleven thousand -I

    dollar
    .
    wea.M
    r -.I Mr teen .tori
    ; .J 1..a 16 1.1r a M.1 .5k. :.5N..w..g ",.. '.I....... ..." ... 101140111 Local chairmen concur with seal
    .. Ittl., .... boom awt-.5./-t.hll.s.d,... ..... .. w M...110 IS=60"W ISIS John D. Reed, 35, entomologist sale chairmen, Leonard A. Uilna, W. P. CASH'S24hour

    I r of a..la Yl.nd6 a.... a.d.bed tor the Delta Air Corp. crop dusting however. In believing that when
    r MtsscaltTlOic lATes o" 27. un with 100 al.- airplanes In Homestead,
    Ii ... wa final returns are in and all schools
    "
    _
    i I. loos.. C..Mv .foooWo
    fatally injured New Year's eve reports are made. Dade will have
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    o.toWt 01 lIMo c.tr it*, t, 1010"luster when the car he was driving col- made It "three In a row."

    ! lided with another car at the Intersection ____ VI Service StationWILL
    West Answered Moser succeeded J. R
    How Key of Red and Bird toads,
    ,t I Civic apathy boa no hold on Key Dorsey on Jan. 1 as manager of near Coral Gables. Redland RattlerBy I
    the South Dade Telephone Com-
    The accident occurred at 10.30
    Florida. A virile public
    $ West,
    will farm on Emily Engel and LaNelle RosenNNwwNNN.NwxNwNNNNNwN.wNNN.NNw
    s Mr. Doney
    spirit fends "ott. The chief pany. p. m. and Reed died six and a halt -

    stimulus to the clty'i enthusiasm U the glades this winter. hours later. His body was MM to We art Wry pad to Welcome WASH AND

    the new 87-mllllon-dollar Oversee -Mrs. J. D. Redd and niece, his l parents' home In Europe, Miss., several new pupils who have been

    } Highway which connects It to Thelma Redd went to Key West on Monday night He was unmarried. enrolled here for the second semen LUBRICATEYOUR

    the Florida mainland. IU recent Sunday to spend a Week with rela Calvin Murray and H C Call- .... They are: James Paulo and

    Ij completion, townsfolk beUeve. urea" ban, dust plane pilot, were In the Vivian Johnson, seventh grade CAR

    & presages 8 MW en of prosperityfor "Mrs. J. S. Caves baa gone to car with Reed at the time of the who are from New York; Betty

    f the famous winter-resort city. Lamont, Fla., to attend the funeral accident Callihan suffered deep West tenth grade, who comes from FOR

    a But the great bridge has .1.101 of her mother Mr Severs." Cuts on the forefinger of his lett I Cocoa; Rose Ann Mallory, tenth

    I'J brought a problem. Down -"E. J. Dyal, Who spent Christmas hand, but Murray escaped practically grade, who comes from Miami

    gleaming concrete ribbon here with his wife returned to uninjured. All three occupants Beach; and Billy West, eleventh $I. 50

    1 i com many fine -_ Key West on Thursday last' of the car were registeredat grade, who comes from Cocoa.A .
    th'l
    families and vacationist (Princeton). the Redland Hotel here. Reed very Interesting and enjoyable
    welcomed had come here in October to begin assembly program was held duringthe
    town has them. -'Miss Eva Epperton. one of the
    his sixth season as analyst of plant fifth period Wednesday. The WASH AND
    t along with such folk have comeothers teacher of the Farm Life School POLISH
    disease for the In Rev. J. J. Richard of the Homestead
    dusting concern -
    reeking to act up gaming has been very sick but 1 Is flow ableto
    table and race tracks, with in eye be out" (Princeton). the territory from Homestead to Methodist Church introducedthe I AND LUBRICATE

    on *v..., money." For these the -"A regular meeting; ofbe Pompano. He had been In the em- speaker William D. Upshaw

    city ha no room, no welcome. It 1 chamber of commerce 'was held on ploy of the company 10 yean. j ex-congressman from Atlanta Ca. YOUR CAR

    made that plain a few month ago Thursday evening with the following James Root, 26, of South Miami, He gave a very Inspiring talk. He
    In "A West Declaration" driver of the other car, was severely will talk on "The Twin Devils of FOR
    Key on member present: J. D. Redd
    lacerated about the face America" at the Redland School
    the subject, sponsored by all civic I F. S. Loomis, W. O. Webster, Judge
    and was reported In a critical: con- auditorium on Sunday at 2.30:
    organization Mayor Willard M. Love, W. H. Sykes, Dr. Sutton, A.
    Albury drew up the statement to R Livingston, Dr Tower I. R fiUon Riding with him were o'clock. $3 0
    means I Mr. J. J. Root, 63; Ben E. Wheeler. A Trl-HI-Y meeting wa held
    give representative group Matthews, W M. Bradley, S. E.
    ,4 33 end Ronald Wilcox, 13. Young Thursday afternoon. Officers
    ;
    of the vital "
    expression on .ue. Livingston, E. S. Capllnger, F. L.
    make Wilcox was mid to be in a serious elected were: president Alma
    The following excerpt the Skill, Mayor King Oscar Thomas
    fact eloquently clear that the voice': and A. C. Qraw" condition with a possible friptuie Jane Llndgren; vice-president, WORK GUARANTEED
    ) of UM kulL
    Emily Engel I Marjorie
    secretary
    ;
    of drirn.y can be heard U enough -"That past-master In the art of
    decent people raise If: I[ giving his Sunday school a good Lewis. ; treasurer, Mary Engel: social -

    The problem before us is,', time, J. L. Burton, superintendentof REMITTANCE OF chairman Margaret Griffin
    'Shall Key West be a shining example the M. E., South school certainly Other member are Frances Soper P. CASH'SService

    of a city rightly governed 'did himself proud' In the Lillian Andrews. Miss Rebecca I lie

    .. which offers In addition to its un-' watch party In the school house CHRISTMAS SEAL fisher was chosen as the sponsor
    I 1 I The next meeting will be. held on'
    surp.ivsfd natural advantage aril Tuesday evening ." '
    abode of peace and safety or ;. -"The Misses Elsa Halnlln and Tuesday afternoon for the purpose'

    shall ,it ,iccept the wages of prosti-|J Harriet McIntyre gave a party at MONEY IS URGEDAn I .of.,NN.N.NNN.drawing....up....,NN.N a constitution,,.......N.NNINNNN.N .II
    tution md, for false and transient the Halnlln home on Christmas I.
    I I HOMESTEAD 4-11 CLUBBy
    show of money harbor underworld night to some 19 young people."
    Jolla Frances Sullivan
    appeal to the of South
    4 exploiters, great and small?' I (Rpdland). Dade resident In the pride existing record 1 ......". .. ,, NNNN......I
    "We welcome the stranger who Miss
    j Margaret Delaney was
    Dade County hold In having :I
    would coma among us and exchange down from the Miami office to
    I Mrs.\ S. R. Salinger Dies! led the entire state In Its annual \I Station
    for service '
    attend
    money or ser- our meeting this week. She
    I Christmas Seal sale for the past
    '
    vice for money; who would add j Suddenly at Grove Home inked all the girls to tell about theIr I
    two Is voiced by the two local
    year
    'I Flarler Ave. Homestead
    home and enterprise to our com- projects and what they are doing'in
    !
    ; chairmen George W. Turner of
    monwealth, who come to Key Emily Matilda Salinger, 02, wife them. I I I
    Redland and W. L.
    Owens of
    West seeking a more abundant of S. R. Salinger died suddenly on Goulds, Ve discussed about the need of OPEN ALL NIGHT

    ,J} life i( Dec. 29 at their grove home on As present records stand Duval getting a leader from our club]iI
    ,
    'Wehuvt welcome for of Halnlln I drive, Redlund. Arterlo Next 1 I
    any meeting we plan to have a
    I County has a $757 lead over Dude
    that multifarious class who are 'on schlerlosls and acute dilation weregiven I
    and the rest of the state, however,
    the make'; whose aim Is to find a* the cause of death. The
    It has always been able to forge
    easy money without rendering an I body was placed In a receiving ahead
    the
    equivalent therefor and who can vault to await shipment north for during holiday season 'tillld MJ
    'buriaL while Dade amassed Its winning
    offer dishonorable
    only employ-
    I total In Its
    January return Anunusually
    ment to out young people. .. I Mrs. Salinger wa born In I
    Chicago She to the Redland heavy proportion of regular
    came
    "Key West has always, even In
    contributors have not yet returned -
    the days of tribulation been a District Withher husband more 1

    proud city. Now, when the future -I than twelve years ago Both took their money and unused
    seal this year, Mr. Turner and Mr.
    or Incalculable service to the an active interest in advancing the
    Owen observe.Of .
    finest people of our county lies Interest of the grower through
    the 333 letters containing
    before It, more than ever before co-operative and civic organization -
    sent out by Mr Turner and Mr.
    let us highly resolve that the soul and won the esteem and
    T. J. Harris. co-chalrraan, replies
    of Key West Is not for aale.-The friendship of their neighbor and
    have been received to less than
    Rotarian Magailne.Children co-workers.
    half of them There' an equally

    .veinal..NNNNMwaw./MNINNINNINNMMMMINNM slow response In the Goulds vicinity

    in Court .a1's. thai year, Mr. Owens ob-
    ""
    .Y I .::::: jK. :=- ( serves. He sent out 88 seal-filled

    Ry ,Judge- Malcolm- ..llatfleld. -'I L__ letters. There have been, ij to
    date, 44 returns. Prom the former
    r TO FORE-WARN IS TO district the return have number-
    FORE-ARM -I BUILD WITH

    ..,f Ja
    A 'Juvenile court judge ... ,

    to a trained social worker the

    t' of educating the parent (it a
    teeo-year-qW girl before she 1131.1 ; OUR LUMBERBUILD

    again be placed in their .
    In his Instruction the We Give theGenuine

    laid: "These parent VI'u six j The Laundry Frees tr

    younger daughter at home and I Mrs. Housewife : with our Lumber it's

    they must be taught never to U'-tp ..... Ia1 w..tlr ......_
    any of their children's .eJ1Tlk. I llkwtr .. to u .!>. >!.... with llww the safest and the cheapest in the long j
    great pains to Impress on''! woe a-.r.-.m Ie .... ........n when EUGENE PermanentSoft I i
    ...
    11111oft wmb Mr <
    rr to
    them that it la far more latldac.1 wA.a with M ill ik. na MIMjrlncfTfci i run. Strong, sturdy timber makes
    tory to candidly discus ""> .-ti iyk>to std ...u.,.... f f rolling wave abundant ,

    Inqul.ltlVlllri all problem which I REDLAND DISTRICT lasting curl that' the strong support for your home-your

    perplex her than to put her off LAUNDRY kind of a permanent you want. walls, your floors-your beams-and ,
    with generalities, n they did In
    jhe case of their elder daughter I IIO"tSTl ON. .. And that' the kind we give. elsewhere where quality wood is need- '

    XxDIntn to these parents that toforewarn For we do genuine Eugene s
    an adolescent girl I* toforesim Homestead's Oldest ed.
    her against future situation : Barber Shop waving, with genuine Eugene

    eever'Ita' ))Ich they thensclxpikave Sachet Let u* "dress" your

    : no' control": ' D. L. BOWEN W.D.HORNECO.
    t ':- Let us never forget f1Ute undulation and flatter
    '
    cultivation of the earth U the Most' //r
    i I Ing faceand-neck curlslBush's
    I Important labor of man. /; New In new quarters three FRANK L. SKILL, Owner
    vlI.ta/lle'l
    ill the future of a : door sooth of the First -
    ..
    ha lost its taste for agriculture.It : National Bank Barber Shop' Poof MMI

    there 1* one lesson of history tOOL: AND SANITARY .AV aaI'M U

    that la unmistakable it I* that j Expert: tart en4ee aerriea. & Beauty Parlor I
    I ,.
    He near '
    national strength Very "" trial win be appreciated.
    the soil Daniel Webster. Mia LUUe Brews, Operator J JI I


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    Frfdsy; January G. 1839 THE LEAnER-ENTERPRISE' Paw Fill mom

    .
    Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Cruz re- Mr. and Mr*. J. R. Sullivan and meet..Mrs. Nelson's father, Mr.
    'turned Friday from a ten-day tripto daughters, Misses Hazel. Julia Rehme ,of SummltvlU, Ind., who
    Albany, Pelham and Moultrie, Frances and Evelyn, spent New will spend the winter bare.Mr. .
    In and Around G* and Sebrlng, Fla. Mr. and Year's Day in Key West
    Ml. Cruze had a* week-end and Mn. D. D. Look arrived

    guests Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Babcockof Mrs. J. T. Pickard returned on I Wednesday from Arcadia. Theyare
    Washington, D. C., and Mr. and Monday from a one-week trip fi camping in their house car on
    Homestead Mrs. Glen O'Connell of New York through the state. the property of Mrs. B. H. Edwards.

    City.

    I Mr. and Mrs. Archer McCreadyof The Ladies' Aid Society of the
    Billy Arthur returned to Annapolis Pcnconnlng, Mich., and their Community Church held Its Jan-

    Miss lAui Long Fitzpatrick left Mr*. E. J. Dyal took her daughter Sunday. : ions. Bill and Jim arrived Sundayto uary, meeting Wednesday at the
    of Mrs. David Snow.
    Saturday for Tallahassee. She Miss Iva. and MU Virginia spend the winter with Mr. Mc home

    topped off in Perry for a day. Frick and Jack Turner back to The Rev and Mr*. W. T. Clark of Cready' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Core who have occupied -
    Her brother, Buddy, left Sunday Stetson University Monday.. She Richmond, uncle and aunt of Mrs. James McCready. < the Brockett garage apartment
    for the University of Florida In returned Wednesday.Mrs. Tom Grantham, and Mr. and Mr*. eo Eighth Street left Monday
    Gainesville. Henry Whitesld of Charlotte N. Mr. and Mr*. Ralph Rust ofLawe. for Orlando and Saratota.
    C. K SteffanI was taken to C, visited Mr. and Mrs. Grantbam .. Del, are listing Mr. and
    Mn..W, D. Horne and daughter Jackson Memorial hospital Satur- several days this week. On Wednesday Mn. A. F. Arthur. Fred Parlln arrived Wednesday
    Miss Elisabeth, went to Lake Okee- day for a second operation to correct the group went to Key from West Charleston Va, for the
    chobee>> Monday and took With now Injuries received recently West. Mn. Bessie Sanderson of Birmingham Winter.
    them Mr*. Floy Watson and chll- in an automobile accident. She arrived Tuesday to spend r
    dean Wha had been visiting here. returned to her home Wednesday.Dr. Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Walton are the winter with her son-in-law and Mr Edith L. Carlton of Afcadi -
    ",...,. Miss Valerie Fitch returned entertaining A. M. Jenes M daughter Mr. and Mn R L. God- 1* spending a few days visiting *
    2 Bell Glade with them. and Mrs. H. S. Wolfe andIon Chicago. On Thursday H. S.Sin- win. J. P. Curl and Luther Curl. her nephew and niece Mr. and e
    have returned to their homeIn sel, W. c.'Griael of Chicago, Mr.I brother of Mn ,flodwln arrived Mrs. Edward Bishop.
    Mill Ctcella Harper Miss Nina Gainesville after visiting with Jones and Mr. Walton spent the, Wednesday to spend the season
    Pearl Bush, Miss Mary Dana friends in Homestead. day fishing in key water I here. Mn. Wiley and family arrived
    Thursday from Lewlsburg W. Va.,
    I G
    Brown and Miss Margaret Berger
    returned to the Florida State College Mr. and Mrs. Cyrus Jordan of Lawrence Bradley of Wavely, Mn. Ben Front arrived in to spend the winter at the home Of
    for Women Sunday night Miami spent New Year' Day with Tenn., and James Bradley of New Homestead last night to visit several J. C. Cohemour.
    Market, Tenn., nephew of Mn. with her brotherhla \ -
    Mr. and Mrs. R H. Fitzpatrick. mopthi Fritz Schroeder's father arrived
    M. H. Stevens, visited Mr. and and Mrs. Wm.I. .
    \\ and sister Mr.
    Miss Alt Webster and Miss recently from Hammond" I1L for
    Mrs. Stevens on Monday before attending
    Betty Blake returned to Agnes J. Q. Caldwell returned to Red- Flslc. the winter season.
    Scott College Sunday. land on Monday after a visit with the Tennessee-Oklahoma .".... .... -..
    friends and relatives In Virginia. football game which they had come M.... J. Fepe and Infant son arrived -
    to see. FLORIDA CITVMn. last week from New Yorkto
    Archer Smith, Theodore Franklin Mrs. Sylvia Atkins arrived yesterday join Mr. Pepe.
    Bob Vran, Rufus Sullivan, H.
    Mid Alice Retchmelr of Bunnell
    boat from Havana
    H. QrahB.ni. Tom Collins, Pierre by C. L. Robinson and daughter Dr. S. S. Shield spent the week-
    and Miss Mary Ellis of New Smyrna
    where she the with
    pent holiday Miss Shirley Robinson, of Jacksonville -
    McDaniel and John Fredrick re- Beach returned their homes end visiting relative In Miami.
    relatives.
    turned \o the University of Florida Thursday after visiting their grandparents were Sunday guest at the
    home Of Mrs. Robinson's uncle Kin. S. T. Robinson. Harold
    Monday, Bobby Cave returned
    ; Mr. and Mrs. M. H.
    Sunday evening. Miss Mary Elizabeth Krome left and aunt. Dr. and Mrs. S. S. Shields Delta and J. C. Cohernour arrived
    Wednesday for Washington, D. C. Steven and called at the home of Mr. and Thursday from Lexington, Va..
    Niches Her brother, Jack, left Tuesday for Mn J. H. Simmons. Mr. and Mn. for the winter season
    'f Mrs. |I. C. Mrs. J. W. Avery down
    and eons, Hubert Princeton University and his came L. C Smith of Princeton accompanied -
    and Bobby, and Mrs. Curtis classmate, Charles Williams who from Miami on Christmas Eve to them to Florida City.
    '" Monroe and son, Bobby, pent spent the holiday here, left on spend the holidays here with her
    ? Thursday at Pigeon son and daughter-in-law. and
    Key Monday DR.R.S.AKERSDENTIST
    Phillip Simmons of South Miami
    I I 0_ Mrs. Jason Avery. The Rev. and
    arrived Sunday to spend a week
    Mrs. p. A. Hautman who suffer Mr. and Mrs Wm. Bryant and Mrs. E. L. Pierce with whom she with his grandmother, Mrs. Maud
    ed a batalytlc stroke Friday Is Mr and Mrs. Ira Sears of Ithaca makes her home will come for her Simmons.
    critically ill in the Poet Graduate I,I N. Y., are guest of Mr. and Mn Sunday. Office housed I .. 11% to I p. ts.

    hospital A. J. Van Marter of North Krome Mr. and Mrs. L. Forsyth accompanied Sundays 0 to It ;
    Jack Kopp left Sunday for New
    I I for few
    avenue a weeks. by: Miss Patricia Young of
    Joe Ruau left Mond Mar- York City to resume his studies at Closed Saturday
    ... ion. Orlando spent the New Year
    Miss Lucy Holding returned to the Webb School of Naval Architecture week-end In Fernandina Free tl
    .1 visiting Parking Space ;
    Marlon Military Florida State College for Women after spending the holidays their son Billy Forsyth
    Sunday evening. with his parents, Mr. and Mrs W. 1764 N. W. S8TH 8T. MIAMI
    ; Mr. and Mrs. Fred Smoak of A. J. Kopp.
    PIIONE 2-1121
    I I The Rev. and Mrs. C. G. Nelson
    Immokalee
    ) spend last week visiting ,
    Mrs.
    . Wayne Calkins has returned left Tuesday for Jacksonville to
    Mr. and Mrs. Robert Glenn: to her homo In the Fisher apart- Recent visitors at the home of -
    'I and Mr. and Mrs. Wet Mussel.h ments In Miami after a visit with Mrs Catherine Pickard were Mrs.
    white. her son-in-law and daughter Mr. Elena Beale and daughter, Hazel,
    t- and Mrs. W. M. Ciadley cf Crescent of El Paso, ia, and Mrs. Eunice
    Mrs J. L. Bachelor has return City Davis of Miami Beach. It's Healthful to Skate
    ed to her home In Akron after
    visiting tier brother-in-law and Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Kendrick and
    sister,,Mi. and Mrs. R. E. Edwards family spent the week-end visitingthe DR: C. II. DENBY
    Rev. and Mrs. C. N. Walker and Osteopathic Physician Keep Healthy at the
    Joe and Sam Hickson returned to family and other friends In Lake Phone 99Homestead
    Auburn Monday.Mr. land. On the trip to Lakeland
    Fla.On .
    they were accompanied by Miss
    and Mrs. Sam J. Davis spent Eunice Walker who had been visiting ( a....'. Dug Stun) DE LUXE

    'I New Year' Day with Mrs. Davis' friends in Homestead, and au
    mother, Mrs. L. N. Snell. In Miami. on the return trip they were accompanied -

    Mr. and Mri J. R. Hauser of ,' who had been by: visiting Miss Iris at Caplinger the Walker DR. M. A. BERGER I Skating RinkACROSS

    Newport, R. I, visited in Redland I home.
    a few days last week to look after DentistFirst

    grove Interests. Mrs. II user is Mrs. Frank G. Thompson of Es-
    staying in Miami few weeks but condido, Cal., Is visiting her cousin, FROM .
    Mr. Hauser has returned to his Mrs. E. G. Qitte of North Krome National Bank F. E. C RAILROAD STATION

    home. avenue for a few weeks. -
    Building 1\

    Mrs. J. W. Gillespi of Medford Miss Leola Little returned Sunday Office Hours 8:304:30Open --,-.-*? Catering to 1
    Va., arrived Thu..da11or a visit to Camp Roosevelt near Ocala "/* '' L: t
    with her on-ln-law and daughter, I to complete a commercial course Evening by Appointment Ladies Gentlemen and
    Mr. and Mrs J. A. Pollard. after a holiday visit with her parents

    Mr. and Mr. C. W. Little. Children (
    Miss Margarent McGarrah of
    DeLand visited friend In Homestead -

    Monday.Mr. Be sure that your eyes are as
    good as Tour brake*- have then NEWT G. BALLNOTARY
    and Mrs. Amando Sanchez
    tested at least
    once each yeai
    of Tampa stopped over In Home- PUBLIC PALERMO SPAGHETTI HOUSE
    stead Sunday afternoon lot e visit
    e with Mn. Sanches' brother and DR. F. P. ARCHER Florida City, Fla. (Florida City Garage Building)

    r/i/, alster-ln-law, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Consulting Optometrist I Fire Insurance and SPAGHETTI AND MEAT BALL DINNER 40c
    .
    Archer, std their son Lester. Mr. I
    r<., and Mrs. Sanchez were returning lau w. Flatter 81. Miami Fla.Cr Kindred Lines Home-made Italian Bread 8c loaf '

    home from a visit In Key West .. ts.minM- i.nee, GrandEXPERT HOME: MADE APPLE PIES (Made With Fresh Apples)
    and Mr .
    i with Mr. George F. Gln.a
    Archer, parent of Mr*. Sanchez a.wirtdOmer. SS N. Reams Ave. JOE PALAZZOLO, Prop.
    '), ., at The A_.... tNtI"11ooi '- i
    \ and Mr. Archer, "' lor V'r'hinu
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    j' eating set Roself .' ..1GLASSES I RADIOREPAIRING PLUMBINGWork HARRY'S WELDING SHOP


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    CkokM. .*, c...*.m'<
    .. C.u.lest Tw\. on all Done Promptly
    A service
    ... Prompt Portable Electric and AceirUM WeMte M Cylinder Blocks.
    makes specializing on t Cylinder Heads Aluminum Castings tied Bailers

    Turner's Funeral Home automobile radios R. E. Reed Automotive MacKtoa Rrpalrtn*": ,..
    bearing pouring sad aligned .aJhr. eenneeUng red peorhtg
    14-111\A.\A.\I1ICLAJI1 .taVlCI L C. Dodd Kedland R.4 lad haUl efCeooavt and boring and cylinder borlac.'

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    : E. L. MONTGOMERY BRIDE, FORMER I SILVERMAN SORORITY AND TRIPLE H CLUB GIVE

    r MISS STELLA HOOK, HERE ON HONEYMOON I HAVE Mrs BIRTHDAY M. r NEW YEAR'S DANCE IN LEGION HALL


    Edward L. Montgomery and Ids The bride a daughter of Mrs! the Saturday birthday afternoon of I The Kappa Phi Delta Sorority Mill Alta Webster Miss Barbara

    bride, the former Miss Stella Hook, E. L. Hook, Sr. was born In Pratt- Silvern inn. and the Triple H Club gave i scrip Done, Miss Kathleen Freeman,
    vllle Ala., and educated In the I dance Saturday In the American
    The guests :
    here Miss Mary Frances Arthur, Miss
    their honeymoon
    who pent
    Homestead schools and the Florida Legion hall which was gayly decorated -
    Leff, Mrs Herman .
    I Mary Dana Brown, Miss Mary
    have returned to Miami and aka State College for Women Shataught Booker, Joanne and : In red and green streamers
    now nt home to their friend 1t} In the Neva King. CooperSchool !I and colored balloon Grace EnlIslHarvey Chrtstain,
    see Sally Jr.. John Fredericks. Carl Deden,
    5 W. Third atreet :
    H25 in Homestead for several
    I' Lanny Left and Sandwiches and punch were Jack Gatlln Noah Peterson Billy
    The montage ceremony was years and Is now teaching In the' Marks Anita served I
    Arthur, Edwin Lawrence, Winfred '
    Dec. 18 in the Central South Side School In:
    rmert Elementary
    Vert Delt2, Catherine
    Present were: Mrs E J. Dyal, Owens, Theodora Franklin, Robert
    Baptist Church In Miami by thepastr Miami. fred Silverman. I Mra J. W. English, Mn J. H Cor-' Kinard, Carson Malcolm, Billy
    Dr. C. Roy AngelL M:. The bridegroom Is from Cleveland
    nett Mn Adrian Jacobs, Miss Clark, Clinton Bishop, John
    and M s. Willard Flfleld of Home Ohio. |
    CLUB GIVES
    Yvonne Pollard Mill Iva
    Dyal Whlchard Pierre McDaniel, Marvin -
    te ,d. brother-in-law and sister After short through the'
    : a trip
    '
    SHOWER FOR \ :
    Mist Nina Pearl Bush, Miss Jane Pdtchard, Ed Pacettl. Rex
    of the bride were the attendants state they came to Homestead to) The Rain or Shine Gatlin, Miss Betty Brown, Win Faust, Brady Kitchen, Martin
    and Miss Ethel Cool, former teacher spend a few Irr the Flfleld I
    dayi Mrs H. P.
    : Marilyn Ernst, Miss Nina Dyal Bishop and Roy Martin.
    f of music In the Homestead home while Mr. end Mrs Fifield I kerchief shower at

    schools, played the nuptial musk visited In Jacksonville. meeting Wednesday
    The bride wore a suit of powder Among the parties planned for Mrs Lee H NNLNNN.NNNNNMNNNNINNNNwNNNNrNN.NNNNThe GIVE OYSTER SITTER
    blue with navy blue accessories the bride Is a progressive!: party to Those present 1I Calendar AT RHENET HOME
    I and a corsage of gardenias. Mrs be given In Miami tomorrow by Skill Mrs C. J. NNNNNINNI,W IINIIMNINININNMNMNNNINNNMIJan. Mrs W. E. Rheney and Mrs Ceo

    Flfleld wore a rose beige dress college friends. It Is scheduled l to E. Rheney, Mn T. I 6.-Meeting of Episcopal N. Wakefield were hostesses Mon-
    I
    with rose accessories and a corsage begin at the horn of Mrs. Wilford Helen Hackler, I Auxiliary with Mrs Lee H. Lehman day evening at an oyster supper
    of pink rosebuds Snare I Mrs Frank Rue, cooked at an open fireplace on the

    I Webster, Mrs J. Jan. 6 Called meeting of lawn of the Rheney home.

    CHARLES GLENN TO WED Wednesday afternoon of the month I I Akron, Mrs Homestead BPWCatSpm. Dancing followed the upper

    GIRL FROM LAKELAND In the school 'music room and Lehman. Jan. 9. Meeting of Junior I -
    Announcement was made this the Juvenile club will meet the tint Woman Club. SILVER PALM W. M. 8.

    week of the engagement of Charles Thursday In the month In the Neva MRS BREWER RE Jan. 9.-Meeting of Monday TO MEET THURSDAY
    Glenn, who Is now Instructor of King Cooper: auditorium.A I PIONEER GUILD !Music Club at home of Mrs Wil- The Wiraans Missionary Society *
    r vocational agriculture In Kathleen program consisting of a piano I Mrs Thomas lard Fifield. of the Silver Palm Church
    and MI Zola Lester of Lakeland meet at the home of Mrs
    solo by Dale Faust, a piano solo elected president Jaa 10 Meeting of applied will
    The announcement was made by by; Ardel Parman and a quartet by I, Guild at its psychology class in school clinic Harley Core Thurrday morning.
    Miss Lester brother, Gurney Let four girls was presented by the Wednesday at the room at 7;30 p. m Jan. 12,, at 0 clock for an all day
    ter program chairman Miss English on Redland road. Jan. 12 Meeting of Redland! session The forenoon will be
    Mr Glenn I IA a son of Mr. and fleers elected were: devoted to work on a quilt, and
    Ladles Aid at home of Mrs Oeo
    Mrs. flu"'ert Glenn of Homestead. TEA IS CHEN scl of South Miami ; W. Turner. the afternoon will bt spent In the
    AT SKILL HOME: of book which the
    study a group
    Mrs Laura
    MR. AND MRS J. R. Mrs Frank Skill and her daugh- Jan. 13 Joint meeting: of Red- wishes to complete.
    CAVES ter Miss Miami secretary; land and Homestead P. T. A'* in
    ENTERTAIN AT FISH FRY Elizabeth entertained a Brlngel of Coral Homestead at ( p m.i A covered dish luncheon will be
    few friends
    Mr. and Mrs J S. Caves enter at tea Saturday; after Mrs Geo W r Jan.Homestead P_ T. A. served at noon.
    tained the following on a fishing noon. The house was decora1Swith publicity chairmanA : program over WIOD at 11 a. m. The members are asked to bring
    cut flowers and
    in the
    centerof
    party at the North Canal Monday. covered dish' Jan. 16 Meeting of Garden needle thread and scissors
    Mr, and Mrs. J. W. Cave and bowl the of dining crotons.Mrs. table. wa a large ed the business I : i Club In Woman Club of Homestead -

    family Mr. and Mrs Lake Delta Lee Present besides building. Mrs Ceo W Turner of Ad Aura
    H. Lehman
    and family Mr. and Mrs. Paul while Miss Alta Webster poured ten Mrs Harlan Hilt Jan. It Meeting of Homestead Chapter of the O. E. S. and Mr. and
    Pullen, Mr. and Mn A. B. Lang- presidedover Patty, and !Mr '
    the bowL B. P. W. C. at 8 p. m. Mrs Walter Thompson, Mrs Robert -
    punch
    ham and family Mr. and Mn Lester The Jan. 20.-Meeting of Study Class Bell and Mrs L. A. Fennell of
    Walkup, J. W Whitehead Alton guests were greeted by Mrs T L Mod ARK AH
    at Lobdell Installation
    home. Chapter attended an -
    and Lanier Whitehead, Mrs. Miss Skill,Skill.Mrs Julian H. Webster and MISS EDITH Feb. 1.-Meeting of W. M. U.I I Naranja meeting at Hialeah
    Lloyd Delta and Miss Edith Ruth
    family, Mrs. S. T. circles. Thursday evening
    Robinson and son and Harold JOIIVALTON ENTERTAINS ter of Mr. and Mrs.
    Delta of Lexington, Va. YOUNGER SET AT HIS HOME I Sr., was married to I'

    In the evening a fish fry was John Walton entertained the ard McGarrah, son.W'r y
    -
    held at the home of Mr. and Mrs younger act of the district with a: Lee McGarrah of
    Caves at which time Mra Mable wiener roast at his home Thursday day afternoon at the
    Walkup. J. C. Cohernour and Lloyd evening after the Redland-Klngs- Boyd H. Anderson
    Delta Joined the group. port game Dancing and games dale. Mr. and Mrs TILE DIXIE DRUGHomestead
    were enjoyed also. ',white and !Mr

    MUSIC CUll Glenn, Jr., Florida
    ,
    1NSALLS OFFICERS sum CLASS (;1'E8C'RRE'lT mony.
    EVENTS PROGRAM The bride wore a
    The stnifn C. Foster Music
    dress with whit
    Club III i."Hi lion was conducted The Study Class met Thursday 1 jJ! i
    afternoon at the home of Mum Jennie a corsage of ;
    ysta clil\ afternoon! at the Nen
    sweet Mn
    Lobdell for a program on current peas I, lJNIi THIS'
    /
    KinK I
    ronl"| School auditorium by)' yellow knitted .tA.I.-2lrffDF/I CtJVfJN 117m rov'A'
    I news. Each member read an
    .
    Mrs .
    Sam
    Murray of Miami The' article from accessories, and .' .! ", ... .. .
    a :
    offi, I of the juvenile section are: magazine or pnper wore dark red f. :.j.. :! : i1.f
    a )

    pn'.nl" ,,1(111,l l,, 'trdel C.llolje Terburg puman;; secretary vice.prt -- 28 The at the next home meeting of Miss will Lobdell.be on Jan. Ing The accessories bride was II ; $1 l?pack 110 Pu cfcs: Concentrate O'

    1'1.PINce l ; and treasurer Those present'were: Mn W. D. stead and wa COD LIVER OIL' ISLETS
    Ann l Wit! it' ,'. The junior club of. Bishop, Mrs R. J. Shepherd Mrs \!
    school
    fipv' ," Ja*. M Dobbin. Mrs Alma She... high In the Bright yellow tablets fill 1 f( surr:. a VI. ..:
    } I"l..ldl.tlt, Jack Me- DOW Mrs. N, Oi DnU and Miss LobCOZY Mr. McG rrah was ;. lamia D at well as \Itamn: A. Ii 'y and t 1 -..
    0-t I \ president. Min Mary dell: w art cated In Americus f .. pleasant 10 lake. 79 C _s ""
    Gr('i r Fattbh| | secretary Edward At present they .. NAME- !
    i - y'
    Torm.'..4 k I 1111.i MrMchael ti"II.urer, presided Mildred Field.over Musselwhlte home. I I'I'! A00Rffl. _ -t _ WITH VOI.Am.n.JI.

    the 1111"111.i It was decided that DINER The Homestead "::, 9r I; ..."'10. ... '....'o. .':p."' ......_..,.r.... A.' ,i:!.t' ,."''.. .. ..'. .c..,="j.. '1,; .
    the Jut club I -
    will meet the fist N Krome Ave. hold a called :

    In Hospitality HoUle.c BIG SIZE Iiasol '3
    I
    JOB TORCISES Regular Meals <5a Bile I f""i"ILllfftxLDS
    I It. /r, SKIN LOTION
    T.Hone Bleak or Chicken y'/Ll A \
    "
    t. ITALIANAMERICANRESTAURANT Short Orders, SandwichesSea I '| Soften* sad '
    lhfA4 .
    smooths
    r I Food IB Season I / e cb ppcd skin,rough Alsolk STILESKLENZO

    Opp. R. R. Station. Florida City i Dinner .----- Boo I .e T
    Win FoUlard, Proprietor ; ds Luxe La ePintiizeKIENZO

    SPAGHETTI DLN'VER: tOe : TOOTHBRUSH ANTISEPTIC

    I I ,, MOUTH WAS! '1

    .. ... .. .. ... .. .. .. .. I IPIM4 tolls genus oaconUct.
    "" '" I pJlw '
    J' .rLi Etlps(+l9

    REQUEST / I swat,, brith&fcctt ,

    Rexalf Sox-she GE-7
    TM son "de '
    Sl-1bLTO N''S kolr after B bas NOSE DROPS CARBONATESCOMPOUND

    hallos Permitted with t
    4 Ephedrlfe CEI
    to handle and
    t
    rosy
    eJd at all BOM. We a4 and Ef erssceat. '
    01440' oC dropper AlkaUiis. C
    ; Shelton Thermlque Pleasant to ok. .

    I ''"A *. Waves
    BEAUTY 5 C86T .
    L.... **._ Tines

    amort women nar. l learned when they -It" .ItiM s; rreaerlption..tr.ye
    S'stekdloredaoory ,,,,,.58
    BEAUTIFUL NATURALPAT'S PERMANENT WAVES I nt.lCE'5 I wrrli Ttny bring prlnj In tcorJtnct4lh
    Ual your appointment today! aeoeey ass' DRUGS ttit lajmliMismnjkfpl
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    trmtonublr.m
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    ; BEAUTY PARLOR 11-14 X Horn Bid S3 I Onse -
    Homestead Phone
    f $
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    : J EASTERN STAR OFFICERS

    I ADDITIONAL SOCIAL EVENTS INSTALLED HERE '

    .. Miss Alice Macomber was Installed CLASSIFIED ADS
    -- worthy matron, and CharlesG. I .11
    GARDEN CLUB HAS wa appointed world outlook chair- Turner, worthy patron of Ad ]
    PROGRAM OX: BUDS man. I Astra Chapter of the 0. E. S. Fri KATE: First Insertion 104 a line; subsequent Insertions

    Mr*. R. W. Mullins, Mn. Ralph Mr, J. E. Davis announced that day evening in the L O. O. F. Sf a line
    Desmond and Mrs. Hubert Potter
    a ton meeting will be held this hall

    entertained the South Dade Gar- month in Coral Gable I The retiring worthy matron, Miss FOR SALE: 6 rooms furnished: a
    FOR RENT
    den Club at the home of the president I
    Present also wen: Mrs. Richards -, Helen Livingston, made the welcoming Spanish bungalow; S bed-room;
    Mrs. R. }. Shepherd, In flor-
    Mrs. J. W. Avery, Mn. C D. address and Mrs. Sam J. FURNISHED and unfurnished modern Improvement: garage.
    ida City Monday afternoon. I
    Mn. Dan William Mn.Casper Davis presented a consisting -
    Fakers program house at reasonuble rent. 80 young bearing fruit trees,
    The program was on birds, and Williams, Mrs. John Williams i of accordion selections by Henry Behrena and BenJ. W. would consider rent or lease to
    each member read I paper on some I Mn. Matilda Williams, Mrs.J. Frank Bilello, I song by Martha dOlt responsible parties Apply to
    Morris. ( )
    phase of the subject Mrs. Geo. L. Ballard Mrs. B. M. Hindman,' Gault, i chalk talk by L. A. Young, owner, Joseph A. Fegan, AU d-

    E. Reed recited several interesting Mrs. A. M. Loan Mrs. L. D. Wy-;I and a solo by Stanley Wittkop accompanied FOR RENT Leach residence In din Gty. Uommtead. Fla. (p)13)

    poem man, Mn. J. A. McNelll Mrs. by Mn. Wittkop Florida City. Modern, electric

    The next meeting it was announced -I I Vlvan Booth, Mrs. Ceo. Smith,'I Miss Livingston pinned a worthy stove, electric refrigerator. Apply FOR SALE-Sweet, Juicy large

    will be held at the Wo- Mr. K S. Caplinger, Mrs. J. M.I matron' pin on Mils Macomber Leader-Enterprise tangerines, 15c peck. Mrti Eva

    man's Club of Homestead Jan. 18 Holding, Mrs. Showalter and Miss and Miss Esther Livingston, installing Collins, Federal Highway 3sBisca.
    and Mrs. N. G. Ball and Mrs. W. K. Helen Livingston. officer, pinned I past FOR RENT Atfc.ctlve 4 room ;Ae DrIve. (d30tf) I

    Has will be the hostesses = I worthy matron' pin on Mils Liv apt, modern. lawn. Mrs. Peter
    I FOR SALE Bund hew oil heat
    307 N. W. 12th St.o21tf
    ENSEMBLE CLASS ingston. Miss Macomber Johnson
    Twenty-seven were present: Mrs wa presented er. Never used. New squire .
    Jas. M. Dobbin, Mr*. H. J. Brock- GIVES PROGRAMA I with numerous gift*. ...... ( ) type. S. F. Matthews.. (pJIS
    ett, Mn. Geo. E. Deuel, Mrs. A. program given by the En- At each end of the hall was an
    W. Jones Mrs. Lucy Clinton, Mrs semble Class last week at the homeof arch decorated with umbrella palm FOR SALEFOR CLOSE! IN business property and* ,

    Joel J. Robinson, Mrs D. B. Snow, Mr. and Mr*. R. H. Fitzpatrick fronds and showing beyond, silver SALE Four 700x14 six ply real bargain In residence prop

    Mn. Grace Smith, Mrs. R O. Des contained the following numbers: stan on I blue field. In the east automobile tires, Good rubber.. erty. Henry Behrent and BenJ.

    mond, Mr Wm. Dunlop Mr*. E. "Chrlstmai Bells" _'''__'_ Kohler wa a large star lighted\ with the O. B. Parker, Alpine Grove W. Morris. (dOU)
    J. Norman Mrs. E. J. Norman Ruth Rutland five colors of the organization Dairy. J7-14)

    Sr, Mn. W. Stiles, Mrs C.L. Stone, WalU ._.._... _......-__ ._.... Kohler Basket of red and white poinsettias I' ROSE!: BUSHES-Two :year, field
    Mr. Hollister Sage Mrs. Annie Doris Ada Dodson were) at either end of the FOR SALE-Nice 'white enamel grown, everbloomlnc varieties.Early .

    Butler, Mrs. D. W. Shelzllne, Mrs. "Little Straglers" ._.... .. Barbour hall and the window boxes wen toilet outfit, complete. Worth planting best free eata
    C. P. Jackson, Miss Mary Jackson, Teenle[ Weenie filled with crotons. $20; price $10. Hofflster Sage logue. Lowest prices. Tytex
    Mrs. W. D. Bishop, Dr. Irene Kings Highway. Rose Nurseries, Tyler Texas.
    Mrs. E. J.
    "Snov for Christmas" Watson Dyal wa installing
    Shanklin, Mrs. Reed, Mrs. Mullins,
    Watson Jr. marshal. TURKEYS 3te Ib. live wrl.M.Mn. .
    Floy
    ,
    Mrs. Haas, Mrs. Potter, Mrs. Shepherd LEGAL NOTICES
    and Mrs. Ball. Ronda in A Major __ DUbelU Other officer installed were: C. fl. Allen, Halnlln Read,

    Patty Robinson, Mn Fitzpatrick associate matron Mrs. Frank NOTICE OF SAL OF TAX CMTIPI4aallraa rhone Homestead Sill.

    "Dancing Fauns" ____ Cadman Schneider; associate patron W. B. CATP
    Mn. Frank Rue, Mn. Jessie N* last HONEY $1.00 gillon. Bring
    Clarice Caves Mrs. Mae Morris
    Dodson ; secretary, ; Motto b hereby Iran that Edward BillIn -
    Vnderwood, Mrs. V. O. Lott Allen I' Song __.___ .__. ..... Connell treasurer, Mn. Lloyd Delta; con- ban IM with aw written nqiMrt that. container. H. M. Lyon Longview -
    the tax Certificates. together with all Mb.wquml
    Underwood Frank Lott road.
    and Elizabeth
    Kuhn John Kuhn ductress Mrs. R. W. Mullins .
    Dorothy Buddy ; associate omhud/ oc InrM UM Includingthe
    Cook attended a Christmas Kuhn, Mn. Fitzpatrick i conductress, Mrs. J. W. Fear I.au. held lor the slate ... .....-
    tread. and sold M the highest bidder foe FANCY GIFT BOXES, all kinds
    party In Coconut Grove' Legion .... ... English Mrs. W. M. .
    "Doll1 Dream" Oesten ; chaplain, reek M provided kr Chapter 181. of the chickens
    hall Thursday afternoon. Gifts Dorothy Kuhn Bradley; marshal, Mrs. Annie R. till AcU of the LwUUUI upon Ik.following fruit papayas, eggs, ,
    I described teal l ailat In the Couott Shanklin Grove Fla. City.
    were exchanged from a Christmastree. Folk Song ___ Traditional. Butler; Adah, Mrs. Harold Shef. el Dad. BUM of Florida' ....will
    Betty June Jenkins field; Either, Miss Helen Livingston Lot 1'. Blnrli I. Miami Land IM Co. (02111)
    BMlo II. Towaahlp IT. Kanr. Be. The
    March ...._. ._. .. _. .. Spalding I ; Martha, Mrs. Geo. W Turner t._ to h. Mid .rm .vM.lto* kr Ortlfl- FOR SALE Tropical plants, citrus
    MRS. JOEL J. ROBINSON John Electa Mrs. R. G. Moon eats No. MH7 of tell and ra>..... lai..
    and Buddy Kuhn ; ; for the inert ISM, 1X1, nal and IISI trees and tropical fruit la
    GIVES BRIDGE PARTY "Goodnight"___.._- _.. Nevin warden, Mn. Paul Reynolds; sentinel amounts ll .O. season. Jungle Grove, Redlaa
    Mr. Joel J. Robinson was hot Mary France Rutland I R. O. Moon. gold tax emitted.III..toe or ...together... laces with will illutaoawnt .kr road and Plummer drive.

    ten at a bridge party at her home "Santa Claiy" .. Schumann The other installing officers r.ld': to the hlahaM: bhMrr at UM Court Hoiu I

    Wednesday afternoon. The rooms Mable Ruth Pope I were: Mr. E. J. Dyal, marshal; (.It Miami. .kntlmilw tin at the talk k.day.ir of of 10 Januarr clock. HELP WANTED
    were decorated with poinsettias Gift came in on the good ship Mr. W. M. Bradley, chaplain; and A. M.. or aa Mm thereafter a. UM sum I

    and rose, and silver bells tied Lollypop, and punch, cookies and I Mn. G. I. Gault, organist. may Doted b> punched at Miami la dn Florida.* wan UIM. the 4th, HOUSEKEEPER, white, refined, t

    with a red ribbon were given a* candy were served. dj of Jaaaanr Itll. I settled, competent. Phone 2311.
    k B LKATtlFRMANClorli .
    favors. The guests Included: Mrs. P. H. Circuit Court (JO

    The high score prize wa won Yancey, Mrs. Ora Frazeur, Mrs. NEW MODERN (Clrmilt Court Ioal) Dad County, Florida

    by Mrs. P. L. Baker; the low score Carl Robinson. Mrs. J. H. Dodson, By JNO rr.NNo. D. C. WANTED
    prize, by Mrs. B. E. Gatlin; and Melba VanWinkle, Mn. Floy PALMS HOTELFlorida Published Jan. t. II. M. 191*.

    the floating prizes, by Mrs. Paul Watson, Mrs Dexter Horne, Mrs. I City 1)Of TRII COUNTY 'IK'II COURT IN I WANTED: Redland District real
    Reynolds and Mrs. J. A. Pollard.Ice LaMar Kendrick, Mr*. J. R. Rut- ANTI FOR DAVE COUNTY FLOIU ," estate listings. P. O. Box 417,

    cream cake, mints and cof- land, Mrs. J. R. Pope. Mrs. J. 1:. Room and Apartment IN In 110.PKOHATK.ESTATE No.OP I MARY>". M MAN. Telephone. S52I. Eleanor French-

    fee were aerved. Punch, also, wa Gauzens, Miss Dorothy Robinson, Inquire at LEV. .ii,. HABIT ANN MANLEY. Do. er. (d30U)

    served during the afternoon Miss Mary Elizabeth Krome, Misses NOTICE TO miorroRn!:
    TUTORING WANTED high
    Barbara and Ann Shackleford, Bet- TORCISE 'RESTAURANT To All Creditors and All P........ Havlmviau .
    Those Invited were: Mrs. J. W. ** or Demands Anliut' Bald E.. school and grade school subjects. "
    ty Alfonso -I I ...., 1
    . Shouse Mn H. Mrs' Mrs. II. J. Armstrong A, B .
    Schauberger, You; and each of roe, are hereby e... ,
    Paul Reynolds, Mrs. J. D. Perkins, lifted. and required to prant war ".1_ Plummer drive and Country
    Mn. Curtis Monroe Mn. H. j and dt-mand. which you, or ilth.r of yon. Club rood.WANTED i '
    ,
    C'I 'I may haw anlnet the estate of Mary MManby .
    Nichols, Mrs. B. E. Gatlin, Mr*. allu: Mary Ann ManUy. oVoraaed, j
    j lat of bad County Florida, to the Hon, Lilting or houses 1
    Russell Horne, Mr*. Preston B'I t Good Used Cars W. f. Ulanlon Coualy Jurfn of I>.. .
    Bird, Mr, A. M. Logan, Mn. R. County. Sod file the Cant In hU althea and apartments for rent Henry ,

    J. Elliot, Mr. A. O. Cain, Mr.1 In t..Ida.. Ih. County within Courthoue eight calendar. In Dad month County from Behrent tt Ben]. W. )lorr', N. ,

    Mine Wilkins Mrs. R. R. Kinard,I th* data of the time publication' hereof Krome ave, north of 10-cent
    laid, claim or d.....n... to contain the baal tore a4.
    Mn. Geo. M. Sonnlcheen, Mrs address of the claimant sad to ... .worn ; phone (818t1)MISCELLANEOUS I
    Robert Glenn, Jr., Mrs. Gordon to and preenled aa afonaald. ar aim will
    b* barred, ate atolkm Itt of the Ins
    Ivey, Mrs. Claude Campbell and Trucks Probaw Act 1
    Geo. D. Ruehle, Mr*. Lonnie MI'I'1 Dal January IAD. 1989.ERNcaT .
    T. RORFRTfl Take LIFE RAY TREATMENTS .
    Mrs. Julian H. Webster A Admlnlatralor. ;your
    Mrs. C. T. A of Ih. luttat.of
    Arthur Mrs. Mary 11. M..I.,., allaa Mary Ana for health at SHANK. ,
    Henry Olsen, Mn. Manley, LIN
    GROVE. TOURIST
    ROOMS
    Pierre McDaniel, Mrs. Philip E. tint publication oa I... .. IMtJan "
    Mullins and Mn. J. A. Webb. ( I. II to. IT. IMt) cottage, camp. 4-ROOM furnished .
    1931 Oldsmobile Sedan. NOTICE OF APPLICATION YOU cottage FANCY GIFT ;
    I TAX Df.m BOXES. All kinds of fruit i
    PARTY IS GIVEN Economical Chapter IT4IT-A.ta *f IMI-Fit* A-JIM, WEST FLORIDA CITY.
    FOR JESSE CAVES 1935 Chevrolet Standard Coach. Notice b hereby wtrn that Kmlya: (d3Ctf j
    0..." holder of state and County Tai
    Jesse Cave was given a surprise transportation. Clean. Ortlfleat. No. lit. ....... the Itk day of HOME laundry Mr*. Jernlgan
    July A, D IMI, has tilled I I. l
    birthday party Friday night at his some my
    OHIO, and has made application. for 620 S. Krome Ave.
    a
    home in Florida City 1935 ((2) Chevrolet Deluxe Town Sedans. Good tai deed to a* head t......m. gold Cow I
    I tillral mbrawa the .
    followln dr. rlbrd
    Music was furnished by Dave paint, tires. No-draft ventilation. prnpnty In the County of Dad. But of
    Miller, Ronald Caves and Alton' Florida, to-wlti Buy a Home !,
    Lots 17 mad .I. Blork "B". Coral
    Whitehead. 1935) Ford Coupe. Paint fine; motor good ; tires I Terrace. **>. No, I. flat llook 14, I Buy Grove Land
    The other present Included pat 97. la the County of Dado, SUM I
    II OK. of Florida. "
    Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Cave, Mr. and The aMoMamit of said property andWr' Buy Glade Land
    : Mn. Lake Deltz and family, Mr. the mid amUlcat .....*. was la the II b firm belief
    that hl
    r 1S'29 Chevrolet Coach. Body good. Priced Monte of, UnkiunmUnli I ny .a-
    and Mr. A. B. Langham and children very a said Mrtlflrat shall k* ndWmrdlwxordliHT. er price are ImminentDent :
    Mr. and Mrs Letter Walkup, cheap. to law tIle property .......'.... | i
    therein will k. odd quibble about prloa.
    to the hlo hM bldtor" .1:
    '., J. W. Whitehead, Alton and Lanier at the Court koui door oa the .. Don't wait +
    Whitehead Mr. and Mrs Jack]I 1933 Willys-Chcrland Roadster. In good mechanical Monday In the month of February, Hit. 1
    which' kj Mk day of February Bay new.
    I Branch and son Mr. and Mrs Lloyd condition. DaM 1Io't' Slat day of Derembtr, las9.l 1 ;
    I, Deitz and family, Mrs. S. T. Rob- B B. LEATHERMAN. TonTI thank me for this s... I

    inson, Harold Deitz, J C. Coher- 1937 Chevrolet Deluxe Town Sedan. Looks fine. Clerk Dad County of Circuit...Court...... geslioa a few month heae I
    I nour, Mrs Mabla Walkup and (Clmlt Court .!! I II. A. Cameron
    By N. O. : D.
    "' TKRRETT C.
    excellent.
    ::> Mr. Paul PuQen- motor (Do*. .a, s9. 1110 ; .... .. II. IMI 11


    ., W. M. S. HOLDS 1931 Ford Short Wheelbase Cab Truck. 4 tires (

    MEETING: IN CHURCH nearly new; dual wheels; good body. I

    At the meeting of the W. M. S II II I

    Tuesday afternoon in the Home- I EDWARD STILING
    stead Methodist Church. Mrs. A.

    S. Moy* gave a new lear message I i I 3.

    Miss Jennie Lobdelt conducted the' Bird Chevrolet Co. Real Estate General
    devotional and Mr Geo. Hanson Insurance

    led in prayer %

    The Rev.. J. J. Richards announced -
    that on Jan. 18 he will HOMESTEAD, FLORIDA NOTARY PUBLIC r

    begin a lecture study course after

    the weekly prayer meeting from 108 N. Krome Ave. Phone 98 Cor. Palm A ve. and Ave. B Florida City Fla.
    ,
    the book. "The Invincible Ad I

    vance." Mr. Bessie Showalter: I




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    EIGHT .J THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Friday Ja uarv C, 1939 if'
    s I :
    FlfJeld'a* followi: "Service head.

    1\ SOCIAL EVENTS quarters la connected by mean ofa .
    teletype and telegraphic hoolt-
    up, with centers at which: weather HEINZ HEINZ
    W. M. V. CIRCLES HOLD Information U c@oentrated. A
    THEIR JANUARY MEETINGS constant stream of weather reports -
    W. M. U. Circle On root at the from outlying areas Including Ketchup BABY
    home of Mr*. a. A. West Wednesday hourly report from many stations -
    v After current events period In this Gull and Eastern FOODS
    Mn. U A. WM read an article on states, J Ia received. Sever weather
    fg! bottle
    Baptist. mission schools and Mr.i map are drawn dally from
    Prank trwln read from the yearbook these telegraphic report, Including 3' caneIBC
    the aim of the W. M. U. wind aloft and special putting '
    ./ and tnt south-wide revltL of observation from airplane reporting :
    : Present also we1*: Mn. C. E. stations. These nap Z5c
    Saunders Mn. Jenny Smith 11%"' cover the entire United State,
    W. L.Smith, MM. Louise Cannlnj- :Canada Alaska and western half
    ton, Mr. R. H. Bigger, Mr*. W. .... of the north Atlantic ocean and the
    Rosamond. Mrs. W. E. Cheshire 'Gulf ol Mexico. From study of
    and Mr*. Weil these weather map the air mass Pillsbury Flour 20 lb. bag 79c
    Circle Two, which met at the that will overlie the Florida peninsula .
    home of Mn. J. C Vann, decidedto I* determined from U to 48
    I' bold minion study clam Thursday hours in advance. This air mass
    and Friday afternoon. at the II examined in great detail to establish 51JNSWE Ealem Like Chase & Sanborn
    home of Mn. Lester Lawrence. its characteristics. Mathe
    Those present were: Hn.Emma matical formulas are then used to Candy Dated
    Wright, Mn. L. a Danzey. Mrs. calculate the lowest temperatureto .
    Ora Frazeur, Mn. Annie Butler. be experienced at the forecast COFFEE
    Mn. Oerda Freed Mr. H. E. stations." PRUNES 2.lb. pkg. 21c
    Redla, Mn. Tom Kirby, Mr*. M.! -- --
    M. Lawrence, Mn. Lawrence and
    LEGAL NOTICESIN 25c
    Mr*. Vann. Any Brand 20clb" e a
    r Circle Six held an all-day meet MILK
    ftANU 3 taU
    s TH COURT cans
    Ing at the home of Mn. PUS C OUNTY.. .
    Harry DAD$ ; FLORIDA.IN
    ....
    Schauberger. After the business rROBATB. "'.. .
    1.110 i t-aTATK OF 1-ETfcB I. PFTEB-
    meeting Mr. W. L. Roiamond SON LW-.d'
    Conducted the mission studycoune. NOTICS TO CUKDITOIU Tomatoes 31g. cans :I9C 2 cans
    To All Cmllion and All PMM H rt.
    A covered dull luncheon Claim or Demands. "..I.... laid S.
    was served at noon. into' 6AEEN
    Yon. and aaek of MU.are hmby aotlfW
    The next meeting will be held at and Nqulra4 to pmant any claim" and fi
    GRAPE JAM .LB JAR
    ..
    the home of Mr, C. H. Derby, It b.demands,. against which the>IM wt.te1 sibs Pet.at, r."P.may.ter.we Z'e ,j'31c
    was decided. dmainl lau of County Peon
    Present Ida: to the Hon. W f..tl' .., besetr a
    were: Mn.
    Gordon
    Judn o( Dad Coan.". n4 file the nina In
    Ivey, Mn. C.R.Cruze, Mr. Denby hi. orftea' U the County Cinirthoun In Ralston
    Oida County, Florida, within eight l calendar
    Mn .
    Schauberger Mr J. W. month from the data of the flrat plllll.... /
    Shouse and Mn. Rosamond. U.. tonal. Said clalmi or rt.rn.nd." to oon.
    ,isle...the legal addraa of the claimant, and CORN FLAKES pkg. fie Miracle Whip
    "All Around Human Being" will '01'to mom.worn will to be and.....presented..... ace a...fr..ald..... 110 ,
    h be the theme of Dr Nancy Meek :01 Dote the Inns 1..UlPJ'I Probate SAD.A.t. 1010. Salad Dressing
    Haln's lecture Tuesday N f1. Resrsme. ;
    evening to
    ...
    Al EiMtitor
    of
    the L Will and T. '
    the class In applied psychology sent of Piwr B. Peterson P.rianil. I
    which meet in the clinic room In tint publication' oa Jan. i, 1949. Crisco or Spry 'C-5 C
    7 the Neva King Cooper School (in. *, I'. 10. n, ills

    Qts. ..... c31argherita

    s FROST WARNINGS

    t (Continued From page One) Tropical Cafe ,
    Oil
    Cooking
    .
    properly designed thermometer S dears north of city hall 1 M 1 1
    4 screen In which are exposed accu. HOMESTEAD FLORIDA
    li 1 rate recording thermometen. Instruments Gallon 99c

    t J1 IU are open to the publicat Regular dinner _..... SOc CONCENTE RATE D
    time and each station U Inspected PALMOLIVE
    ,t at regular Interval to Insure Plate lunch _........... Q3c Whole Grain
    SUPER SUDS
    l accuracy and continuity, of .
    J, record Miss Bath Sleffanl and Mrs.Florowe -RICE- tie snug box) SO A P
    The manner In which forecasts Kena.li Pro.... LARGE 21-
    are prepared wa described by Mr. I ,5 Ibs. 19c SIZE e a a

    MEDIUM SIZE lOc 3 for 17c


    Libbr' OCTAGON SOAP. ....S foe 21c OCTAGON CLEANSER ..3'" 12c

    Better Lumber Corned Beef OCTAGON iODER a a 2104 09c OCTAGON CUMULATED 211III 19C

    OCTAGON CHIPS ...,5se. 19c OCTAGON TOILEMSOAP.2ran 14c

    Can . 17c5lb.


    r Better. Homes .Meat Items.

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    I tI 1 nag Breakfast Bacon ta 31c



    In choosing the Lumber for your-construe-112.: 26c CHUCK ROAST Western lb. 25c

    1011

    ,\ lion work, insist upon the very besi-Uvhlch Pork Shoulder 811.\o 7c


    of course means that you'll get It from York

    APPLES GA. SMOKED BACON, lb.... 22c51bs.

    Broker Lumber Co. We can supply your . . 19c

    needs to any dimension or amount Let us PAR!! HAMS SHLONKWHOLE JLUJ'-IA; oa ZZc

    SHOWBOAT
    ,
    I -. figure on your next work. SALMON fULL CREAM CHEESE, lb., e e ZSc


    Can .. . 12c
    e EGG aSa FED.-DOZ. 3'c

    PARD or IDEAL


    I DOG FOOD 25C. :k lb. J5c.

    3 cans .. . >


    I LOCAL KILLED Roll '

    Brooker Lumber Co. Country ....

    i : FRYERS, lb. .. ... . 35c I


    Homestead Fla. Phone 62 1 j lIENS, lb. ... .. .. 30c 'B tter, lb. 33cIi

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