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Title: The leader-enterprise
Uniform Title: leader-enterprise
Leader-enterprise (Homestead, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Leader enterprise
Physical Description: 11 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: South Dade Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Homestead, Fla.
Homestead Fla
Publication Date: January 3, 1941
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 19, no. 45 (Nov. 6, 1931)-v. 29, no. 2 (Jan. 10, 1941) = v. 9, no. 21-
General Note: Ben Archer, editor.
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Volume ID: VID00471
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VOL. XXIX-NO. 1 HOMESTEAD. .FLORIDA JANUARY 3. 1941 PRICE FIVE CENTS I






I Tomato Prices Up ,as Holidays End; i .








. Upstate brownouts to Boost Beans ,.'j j jI





I' Bombing Race to HomesteadTo 'CUBAN SHIPMENTS SLOWEDBYSTORMDAMAGETOCROPS .J




Open Miami Air Contests :


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SOUTH-DADE'S- -- -- AS BIG SEASON BEGINS HERE 1


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1tA SIZES WON BY Florida City State Market .
EVENT
STARTS Told Us
i 'Opens With Fair Offers

BALLARD, GATLIN, From Buyers

II A. M. JAN. 10 THAT with oil wells on the Trail reported i HAUSMAOOJIE TRUCKERS RETURN

emittting natural gas and 300,000 acres of that area I
said leased of the world's oil FROM TRIPS HOME:
,/ by one biggest com A Santa Clattf beside a mow",
Local Committee;; Meets panies, a good portion of the land desired for Everglades -. I i covered tree, with m beautiful box -

',' Today to Plan Targets National Park is more likely to become an I of trait and a large sack of toys Christmas Lull Over,Com-
beside him won tor' Mr*. J. L. petition Begins.at
oil field than wildlife
in Area a preserve
Ballard, West Avocado drive first Platforms
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e e s place to the contest for,Christmas

FIRST )PLANES DUE watering the oysters is only one of the home decorations ID rural area were bright
THAT Second place was won by Mr. IdaElchnber. Prospect for' onset
HERE IN HALF.HOUR by some vaunted .super markets'1, ..... federal highway at the best crop seasons South Dade
whose gospel is cash on the barrelhead, to undercutthe Manilla, and Jd.... W. K. Has, has ever had a* the opening of
Ships From Dusting Fleet home town grocer who "carries" his customers Farm Life road near Silver' Palm the Florida City State Farmer

at Local Airport De- when times are hard. I drive was awarded third place Market yesterday marked the beginning
The five dollar prize awarded the 141harvest
of marketing for the
.
sired
as Entries I winner of tint place In this. contest A limited quantity of tomatoes -

THAT an attempt has again been made to angle I was given by the Junior Woman' beans and squash were
One of the opening feature of Club of Homestead
; old at the market's platform
the An-American, Air Race which for selling one of South Dade's commissioner district Mr frank Hauunan't beautifully Viroughout the day.

let under Way next Friday, Jan. "down the river" to the benefit of Miami I lighted" living tree about 20 Tomatoes brought from tl SO to
10,will be the Ctanbel South Dad Beach-and that a lot of people hereabouts would !' (Continued hn Page Two) $171 a field crate: quash, (271

TUra Precision Race, in which be surprised to learn who has been swimming near i to $J a hamper; and beans, t. a
eommuditiea from South Miami
ASK CLINIC HERE hamper reported Cordon E. Dill,
to Homestead will be "bombed" the bait
with paper sack of Dour aimed al o e market master
White lime concentric circles FOR DRAFTEES OFSOUTHDADEAREA The Increase In the price of tomatoes -
THAT if made the from the IX low thai prevailed .
marked out to open area by local a new Bounty, necessary by ,
committee. reduction of commission representation for agricultural Saturday the wy' to be draw expected .
holiday
as season
The air race maneuver will start field from at H the a.m.Miami South Dade, would not only get its equal l I to a close, Mr Dill laid. Low

and cad Its tint half at Homestead share of the gasoline tax but would also be eligible Effort to have a clinic established price on product are normal at

airport'In time for the .,.nota to for Smith-Hughes federal aid of 50 per cent for one at Homestead for the examination Christmas. time he said,.s not onlyd .
I their attention
have
consumers
of draftee In District
Continued on Pale Two) of its schools.
I I were mad by Win. J. Geronimo, and money centered on gift kiiop
but broken and truckers
ping!
local draft board chairman, at
OVERSEA l\V\ A YFKONTAGE THAT few customers of a leading Homestead meeting of draft board ''j leave the market to go home for'
the holidays and then J* cons.
with OoL state selective
Bays service
grocer realize they are dealing with a former tiMd. In Miami Mondav.Dr. Q"'tI1l1ttJe competition.

SOLDBYEDW.STHJNG) .schoolmaster member of. the Florida legisla- :3. A-Smith and Dr. M.A. Another depressant af the tomato -

ture. Logan have been appointed examining market of coursewere the big
physician for draftees of Import of Cuban tomato In Ibis
Oils district pending further country but the recent storms fa
THAT with eight ducks bagged when the outboard ,sideration el the request Cuba are said to have played hvo ?

Ten 'acre "Iii. Montage."o!f went pa strike, the surgeon was all set to do local tunicsMme eoD-1' with the tomato crop these
of the six white and ail shipment from the aland
WO rest oa the Overs** Highway, some fancy carving and stuffing and the building
to be taken Jan. 23 to till republic will be greatly reduced.
a ale* distance nortH of the materials dealer was ready to demonstrate his negroes
the needed Quota will com from Bean prices ace expected to be
Florida City BttllBf.canal FtorM wr City eU realtor byXdward building ability on their mosquito-less isle; but fil'e-I the Redlu4 District, Mr. Cerent-I good and get better because of the

to Jwe deals consunated: recent .- searching speed boat spoiled all the fun next motald.STRKKLANDTO. scarcity that will result from dam. ,
ao by continued rain to crops la
)* for ire 3.B.. Scale*sale Jog; ,
The South .thrt ..acres of lie. .. .- ill- .- .- I the Pomp" and Laic Oke cbo-
bee regioa Buyer from Pompano -
tract with a tnmtage of 198 feet THAT the water control system in operation on said Ie the mantel yesterday
,
on fee Wabwiy were bought by
I ,
0.d. Arbogut. 'formerly. 'of ; .the.Past Glade'pot only saved farmers here from BE TEMPORARY that water was still(landing Jn th* 't
furrow* of field there. Lost
Mount Vernon,N. Y,who I erect,,. year
I ruin but also put them in.line to make handsome bear pries were ruined because of

restaurant tag a 21 br building 40 teat concrete on It Until block a profit because of drownouts in unprotected sections ' RURAL CARRIERPostmaster : damaged bean' from the Lake region
dumped OB the market after
few wtkj ago when h* resigned of the state. ..
4 long downpour. This Urn, -
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and came to florid City with Mi ; S. X. Uvlngston announced -
the bean hd not matured
wife to make their borne with Mrs.ArbojBMt'B yesterday that he bad ever
brother-in-law mad. THAT Redland District folk who saw the appointed Luther Strickland temporary sufficiently when the rain came
I Orange Bowl Parade New Year's Eve felt of' and there will be no dumping
keenly
,tars .Mr. and Mr* J. H. Stamon carrier Rural JIoute"1whIda
;, $r. ',Arbogt bad bees; tsr tt the attftftee of a float advertising this area and iU the post office department

pearl gae.rmt once.. .e 1M In* coming Fruit Fe tfoI to the hundred thousand W has ordered restored effective THE. WEATHER
rWto Cam des e| wfcoe mteu I J00,111 by division of the 10-mile ;
''hpt ,age9Mldsmi It that of Vx more,visitors who lined Flagier street.and thronged, route low domed by Harry Coop- onW.i_two'of.,.m.rrw"wn.
Miami etM .. Biscayne Boulevard for the tw.hour.ahow., -- --' .'--' "......
.... +drMy" ..- . er.MI.StricMaad bat beet misting o.. 111Dee. -.. .....'
Mr. Cooper la carrying the rural 20.. H i M !MM -
...... THAT a howl that will & heard'from here to route during the holiday*"and at 0.' 2T.,,_ 77 w ,:""e9iJ7;;
t.. .Christmas ought to"be made by a district that*Wps ether ruse time. A son of the late 0. 28, 7$', U tOJlII

out the tonnage of do and gets no pawOffer Justice of the Peace O. 1.. Strkk- Dac. MiTl i.
from laM of Homestead ha grew up Dom 10" t 81 :10.0; 1.1)2
:. service the this
ormay recipients I here and .la wen known and liked DIe. 11 71 t,1t j 0.IS.Tmt

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Pare Two THE LEADER-ENTEKPRISE Friday January 8,1941

". an X.W.Utt street and"third,the
SANTA CRAB BAG BOMBING RACEContinued residence of Paul ML Keelr. M4
WE
1' DRIVERS N W. 13th street Honorable mention -
FEATURES LIONS was given the Homestead
;is"rs e'fifeDtsessws.a D.t.iws,Dell. ( Cram Pate Ono) Future Farmer chapter house, the
peal se de S.I y.Caeslses.at Fis..ry haft lunch here ft guests e* the reesldeac ot Mr. and Mrs Chat.
CLUB PROGRAM eel ale Meters y 1'allie.Mgers4 Homestead Rotary Club whoa B. Barnes Ill V. W. First street
Jrc-.l1T committee competed of Ben and the residence of Mr. and Mrs.
Archer Adrian Jacob and Max Harry Schauttercer at Third .venue

Santa daus grab bag featured COUNTRY DRIVIXQ I Lamer, will meet today and plan and N. W. 1 Jth trceet /
and
bombing diet appoint judge
the informal program of the Lion I The Christmas tree and town
, Club Thursday night of last week, aracmama SUCH we poke .. ale CM M transportation tysttsB . seek local entrant for the race residence contest were sponsored
when two meeting ot the club ear own print railroads,to to anemk.with bane for our terminal Entries from the contingent of by the Redland District Chamber
Christmas Eve's and New YatesEve's At a rate we engineer behind the starring wheel work local crop dusting planet at the Homestead *
= of Commerce a* was also the store
"r runs ...tack and forth from tile and airport arc especially de-
were combined In one.As r f the rest at out reralar Hope But every BOW and then aired. Since theca plane are window decoration contest Judging -
a Lion's name was called, he ". I end especially when vacation Urn toll*around,wet through with their work early In of which was announced last
paid a dime and drew a wrapped likely to want to chance our rug And en*On* day week. The prizes of five dollar
gift from I box theft presented It there wears out on the main line,at the Onto el the morning it We thought they for first prize winner were given
to the person San whom he thought our Orvlmd LImIted'U TM plMMbHillinoili could easily take part in the team by the chamber.
It most appropriate. This produced put only their 1ml iiilinuii im lnunn. precision race.
took run Ilka that Three pilot and plane win constitute Judging hi the rural residence
many novel and humorous result v What the railroad mea eases fey lilt best eaatII -. a team of the bombardmentgroup Christmas tree and town residence
Several Lion were called on to toe one who hat taken his train out and brought IIto and each team will be contests was done Monday'night
relate tome special Christmaswent ; ,time after time year after year without a thing.
they had experienced to to nprtt Now there's aoo thing about engineer Judged on total point earned bt Judge were rural residences-
tell their Idea of the real meaning that explain his food record better than anything the blitzkrieg flight from Miami to Mr*. Roy Chandler chairman Mrs.
tf Qu 1mu. Lion Carl Wagner via else He believe In Hen All along lilt way there Homestead. Formation take-off I W. a Anderson Mrs. (;eo. & _
are signal that tell him what to do, and he does maneuvering; air precision and accuracy .Deuel and Mr*. Mario Lopez;
an Impromptu talk on the
gave
exactly what they aty.when I semaphore HITS low down be stows down.
of bombing will decide the Christmas trees-the Rev R. 1'.
ubject. "Shall W* Aid Britain? Whenever be feta the riga of I curve or grade bt adjust his speed accord ...
Lion C L. Oolcy emphasized! the 1qI,. Every: red and green and amber light that _. winners. Blackford chairman. Mrs. Black-
Importance of highway safety laCM comet winking through tile darkness mean a definite . The planes should begin arrivingat I ford, lake Brooks Major Herbert
Redland District, and President seder that tte'd never dram of ignoring. And when Homestead airport it 11:30 Katz and Frank W. SUllman; town
Barley R. Core closed the meet a fan warm him of danfcr. !-Just stops until bo. a. m. The winning team will be rettdencetr-O. B. Parker. chair
Ins with brief outline of gets the go'ehasd. Mow. when we pull out ot onestation given a grand trophy and the three I man Mrs. J. G. Wynn Mrs. Augustus -
a the
and to tho main track, if food
on wo aro ,
will each Mrs.
Frank
pilot participating receive Wynn Webb
story of "The Other Wile Man. heed I
I engineers weal take food ot our signals ai they
Individual trophies all prertented Mrs. LonnIe L. Hood and J. W. j
Included Mr.
Visitors : and Mrs.. eons Bashing byCurr, "Steep Bill. red light .
Vf.. U. Eaton.< Lot Angeles, Mr.I Stotx*But along comes one that.,*"Intersection.1' by CoL Richard Cimbel of Irwln.
I and then doerat blippeD to bo any ear on Miami i
and Mrs>Fentoii Talbott of EnId.Qk1a'Mr.n4 passing b
.
other rood Or that -School, slow"
Mrs. that ono says go
John W. Free I
and than arent any children abut Or "Slippery
man of Fairmont, W. Va., Mr. and when wet," but today tile road if dry. And whatI I I
Mn Frank Briton of Miami and' the result Why,a good many of m get to taking tbooo PRIZESYON IF IT'S ,
Prof. Arthur Fisher of Pekln, Ind. totals with a grain ot salt and after a while with -
so much salt that If wo anal careful those warnings may lose their meaning.
It lanf bard to Imagine what would happen U the railroad engineer got into I (Continued from Page One) i

JAYCEE'S( DRIVE taeOM' s nutter that habit bow He many woiddatU tiroes bit an warnings engineer prove very unnecesT. long No- feet In height at the entrance of I ROOFINGWORK
her home on Kings Highway, two
Q .he stet goo accepting them a* gospel truth.
yspd CEJ5, And people who drive thousands of miles every year blocks west cf Krome ivenue wash I
TOBOOSTCITRUSWITHIN an tell to they haw trained themselves to the very tamo awarded first place in the
01rIat-1
S 10 habit at the engineer W* can just at easily form mas tree contest Second
OM habit a* the went to A. W. who
IJndgren. tad
s
STATE other. and it : .
pay
to term the habit ot two trees, tastefully lighted, at the
automatically act entrance of the walk to hit residence -
1 Ing an the adric* on Lindgren road and VOilen
LAKELAND Jan. 2 (Special)- j e q9 of, our roadside drive, west of Peter Third placewent
Florida citrus will get a big boost
Boo to Gen. Ithord T. Cray of
right her at home during the next Isn't anougi g Key Largo a patient In the James

decorated and lighted small living
I -
fuel and oil. or even to follow the rule
rus committee swing Into its third of not driving too many booms at a tree on the lawn of the hospital the man that knows
annual "Jajrcee Florida Citrus Itretch Those things are highly Important. 1./ with wire and switch arrangedso
Drive with upward of 6.000 Jaycees but it It tint at Important to watch for that be could turn the light on how do ItNo job
scattered from Pens*cola to our signal* and follow them religiously. V1 .** J5 (and off from hit bed inside. ,
Then w* can look forward to tending jk? V C- !?*
Key West, singing the praise of *
tack that vr-wleofn unease'Anrived safe after pleasant trip." Honorable mention In the Christmas too small or too big.
orange, grapefruit and tangerine
tree contest wt given to Dr.
Marquis Plckard of Lakeland M. A. Berger, N. Krome avenue Prices right.
thalrman of the Jayceet state citrus dines last month Florida' State] Tampa' bayshor tea wall last and Tenth street, and Chat. W.
committee said today that everything Park system has opened four of its week in the wake of a squall which Beck Redland road .and Waldin
was In readiness to start 10 projected park to the public. patted over south Florida. The drive. tie
the drive and that pledge of cooperation Plan call for the opening of the I drive wa under two feet of water The town residence contest was
had been received from Myakka River State Park between, for a time, disrupting traffic and won by Mrs. B. E. GtUln, U N. W.
many section Every one of thestate's Sarasota and Arcadia, and Florida littering the roadway with all Fifth street In second place was GlOVElIECKER.. ,
M local Jaycee unit will Cavern near Matluina, next' manner of debris FN3.Th bye residence of Mrs. Cordon Ivey
have special citrus committee at yearFN3. FLORIDA CITY

work, urging merchant and business I Artist met baD?'* Phone 9118
place generally Install tpeCitl M-FOOT WAVES AT TAMPA Met Sergeant: "What1 the Private: "I wanted to make
citrus display featuring both 20-foot wave smashed over, Idea of taking toast out of the tome charcoal sketches, sir"-Ex
fresh and canned product
*And to give the drive added Im-

peons. Mitt Sally Parshall of Orlando
selected a* "Mls* Florid Buy Where You Can Save MoneyMORTON'S

Citrus". win visit several sections,
6, a "missionary for the Jaycee1
effort She hat Just returned from MARKETIN
New York where the spent three
Mays at the guest of Mill Mary

the Margaret air. whose McBride week-day columnist broad.of OLD LIBRARY BLDG., KROME AYE. and N. W. 2nd St. .

Cast over CBS are sponsored by BUT .

Miss the Panban Florida traveled Citrus ;to Commission.New York SPARE RIBS . . . .. .lb., :l6c CHUCK BEEF ROAST-...lb., 23C
End returned home via Eastern Air
lint through the courtesy of!

Captain>Dent l and Eddie:general Rickenbacker manager of PM IAL I.l '1WI URGER..Ib 1&; 2 lbs., 35c PICNIC HAMS.. . .. ...-Ib., ,15C

A long list of prize and award

for various form of cooperation BEST{ SLICED
Drill b* announced within a few BACON . . . . .IK ZSc

Bay by King Sprott Lake Wales WHITE BACON..__ ___ .. _lb., 13c
state Jaycee prize committee chairtnan.

I APPLES61bs.25CGREEN CABBAGE-.__...lb., 3C

COoKING :
r NEW STATE PARK:

With the formal dedication of ROLL BUTTER .. __. .Jb., Vie
Fort Clinch State Park at FemanTrtpcal -; OSCEOLA i


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-. SUPERPLAYERSOF Pahokee Choked With IdleMjgnmts I'Dr. Shanklin Returns potential the attraction;visitor of tab section to


KINGSPORT Drawn by Florida Prosperity Reports I I From long Lecture Tour New Among York.the Boston cities he New visited Haven were 1


Pahokee. 3m. I (TVS) Despite-here in unprecedented numbers I Df. Lloyd C ShanUin of Florida rtuladejaala, Wilmington and
OUTCLASSH.H.S.I the fact that the federal govern from all over the couth. Roads I City returned home Tuesday night Washington Accompanying him
for a stay at health grove In Florida
after absence of and four
an : a year
ment and plantation operators have have been choked with them for .
city were Mr* Betty Morris,
'months which he lectured
provided Increased housing facilities week in the neighborhood of during
,
C r TUton and Mr R. C.
The Homestead High School/ In the '&!.adet area for migratory Camp Standing where the problems at the New York World Fair and O.
all of Columbus
besketeen, hopelessly outclassed to workers, the influx this season -: have become acute kjany In other cities and showed moving 1"1'1
the tune of U-U by Kingsport,1 has been larger than usual finding no work have Journeyedon pictures of the 1MO Redland District
Teno, High School Tuesday Bight and many are found today campedin south seeking employment in Fruit Festival and Royal
In the Homestead gym win face "oakie" fashion In home madeof the agricultural areas, but here I Palm Park and otherwise broadcast READ THE WANT-ADS +>

normal opponents again when they wrap metal and packing bozo too. there is little chance of their .
play St Patricks of Miami Beach Heavy rains the past week flooded -; securing It M all Jobs have been
here Monday night truck field and cut off work for i taken for weeks
KiD porf. aggregation of super- thousand who have been fortunate The federal housing project: for
players returned Sunday from a enoufh to find employment migratory workers, while offering Does Your Car Have Any ;
trip to Havana where they playedsix General reporti of Florida'i prosperity clean, comfortable .
: game, one of them with the and the construction of huge tions 1* able to take .t'COmmod'-1
University of Havana where they army camp In the state have a small percentage of
were supposed to play the froth caused migratory workers to Dock who flock here each season. I Of These Faults
team but found themselves playingthe .

coach varsity had string gauged after their the Havana caliber Big Celebration Planned for Inaugural

This was the only game they lost'I I 'I
(34-28) on the Florida-Cuba tour Of Holland at Tallahassee on Jan. 6 e

and they played ten games within i

a weeks time.Monday Bartow, Jan I (INS) Governor celebration In Bartow on Monday -' :
night in Miami Kings- elect Spessard Holland who for Jan. 6, taking special train Lacks Power and Speed?
port defeated Miami Edison 2 -18. the past month has been besieged from there to Tallahassee -- Hard to Start -i
Before going to Havana the Ten-
by thousands of Job hunters.wef In Tallahassee a committee I*
nesseeans defeated Redland High wishers and other, declined to arranging for a gigantic Inaugural Uses Too Much Gut ____ c '
School M-23 In a game played in make further appointments and I* parade and celebration. Many -
Vibrates
? ii
or runs rough
the Redland gym Christmas Eve. devoting his fun time to the preparation counties have entered floats and
LeRoy Sprangle stated that he of his Inaugural address numerous bands as well as military Sluggish and No Pep?
present Kingsport squad la the best unit will Thecenmony
However,he attended the Orange participate. I
team be has coached during his It .
Is scheduled to begin at
Bowl game In Miami and
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yean at Kingsport High School planned to participate In the 11 a, m. and the oath of office will
Before returning home, the Tennessee be administered at noon.
team will play In North
Carolina and South Carolina. Mrs. Barbara Johnson One of the largest crowds ever prhe it into our garage and hairs the engine
I to attend an Inaugural Is expected.
Dies At Home of NieceMrs. Hotels all report reservation for SCIENTIFICALLY TESTED with our new SUN

U. S. GOLD POLICY every Chamber available of Commerce room while is making the I Ian MOTOR TESTER and see for yourself what is (

Barbara C. Johnson. 82, effort to secure room In private needed_ to put it in first class operating condition.
SAVED NATION widow of Wm. Johnson and a homes for additional hundreds -
resident of the Redland District .
for 20 years, died Monday aftera The Holland were notified by
SAY BIG BANKERS long illness at the home of a
Governor and Mr*. Cone that the
niece Mrs. Alva Crouse at Silver Mansion would vacated .
be Jan 3 PRESTON B. BIRD MOTOR CO.
By Dr. John H. Sherman Palm drive and Talbott road. The Governor-elect and Mrs Holland ,
President of Webber College body was shipped by Turner Fun- will take their three children, now
eral Home Tuesday to Gaston, Ind, in school: Bartow, Mary Groover, South Krome Ave. Phone 18
Babson Park, Fla. Dec 26- for service and burial. 18, Billie Ben, 12 and Ivanhoe 9.
There Is one policy of the Roosevelt I Mrs Johnson, a member of the to Tallahassee Another son, Llnd- OPPOSITE TAG AGENCYLet's
administration which Is endorsed Miami Three Score and Ten Club say. 19. a sophomore at-mOl')'
Vridely by anti-NewDeal- I and of the White Temple I Churchof a
University, will attend the inau
ers and condemned by many oth- Miami I* survived by her niece; guration. 1 1f
er-wise faithful followers of F D. :three sisters, Mr*. John Ridgwayand
R. This is the policy of buying Mrs. Lawrence T. Thorn-
and burying gold. burgh in California and Mrs. Ellen
The United State has In the II Hoober in Mississippi; two brothers f !
neighborhood of 20 billion dollars the\Rev John E. Rector of
or 70 per cent of the world's gold !Exeter, Cal, and Wm. A. Rector I . .. , .
stock. The pile has JI'OWIIIO rapIdly :,of Losantville, Ind. ) I II
that any figures are likely to
be out of date in a few hours All'Get Behind
b there danger that other nation i:Mexico. and platinum from Russia +! I !
will say in effect "Okay
And as the gold goes out to these! _
keep your gold: we hereby declare -

that for gold has no value ex- the countries purchase' it will of automobiles come back, machine for-I' This Slogan .
cept permanent filling In :
teeth*" U they say this. can they tools.* airplanes, and a host i
I
make it stick There is no precise of other manufactured goods ; !
answer, and that partly ex. which Americans can make more i iI
plain why the pros and anti both economically than any other peo-i

ent have position reached..seemingly inconslsU pie.Some of our big bankers endorsethe I 1 I I
Against the present gold policy Roosevelt gold policy: becausethey I I "Send Redland District Fruit in I

stand these facts! say it saved us from a con1splracy
gold is not real I !
wealth. It cannot be eaten. It Is of International gangsters,!
too lift and heavy for clothing who after runted one European country] :\_yOu CJ.tBoxes.. It carries_
It I* not transportation. If an the snether. Some of our "liberals" i
gold vanished from the earth, people condemn the gold burying { l
could live and eat and travel because they say we are not storing better-arrives in better -
real wealth.
just as comfortably distribu-
.
tion was maintained.If Gold still will buy real wealth. l
Hitler Will it always buy it? Make op
wins the war, Europe -
can be "run" without gold Ger your mind. condition"f

many plans to enforce her present . '
system of direct barter. But in the qVTTTTTTTTVTTTTTTTTVTTTv ' ''j
battle for South American trade .

possession of, gold may prove a
source: of definite advantage EXPERT '. Let's se-e that this fact
j
If we offer gold for coffee, and "gets
Hitler offers German manufactured .
goods our offer should look BARTERING across" to the thousands who ;
better. So long as Brazil Is In need .
to Import good from other
countries -
especially countries which come to Miami this winter. .:1
supply their own coffee or other HAIRCUT ._ 40e \
national beverages, gold will be L-40c r f
attractive to her. SHAMPOO ., I
In general countries which have "
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MASSAGE
need. of large and varied Import ) 40e
find gold a desirable medium of
exchange universally wanted. It t;e j
court be remembered that gold b BUSH'S .
not valuable simply because It to Florida East Coast fertilizer Co. :

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used Ior.001cl. Was adopted BARBERSHOP .
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,
a* the snotcy metal because it FRANK B.RUEMGR, ;(<_,f' ; r
already was'extremeJT'llluable-,

a* well at malleable and rustless. ..-.._.1.0. /MFRS.. REDLAND BRAND FERTILIZER.' ... -J;'" '. :

Gold always should buy some of ';"q ,, .!": ;""" ..-'
the strategic materials we are ,. HOMESTEAD FLA. . t'I
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likely to want These Include rub- .
ber and tin from the East Indies, \
N. KROME A VB. u
.. coffee from Brazil maganes from
Brazil. India and Russia, nickel I
from Canada tungsten and antimony .
froin China,, mercury from """".............-...."................ r 1


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light AJICIIItA. ....... sad ...... I I\, J; L.-' ,. "! \1.' t;urwllN OAJANJJO D.. Meaday. Wednesday.
MAUODIg LKACB AICKUL I I \ l' t !' SAknJltD,1S 7WWtI tJNl dv *.. ,. 1&

-, .._-, .......,. had Tr..a.raoeacarrTtotr I ,,' faa a+s ovrlJM/IV .......y. friday, 11 a. n"'l
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40..! aosrraoat i/yf1JCAG1l7wY.f: ttavday ..11 .. **.t .

RATES ,., ,. a. ,
I. lIMe c-.._ . '1." '\
on..... .( Onto Cwmtf 11M I Only: so much do I know, u !

I have lived_Emerson, .
e .
Want Million ,
UnM. we have learned by experience .'
By Annie Wayhrw Fitzpatrick
I our knowledge Is based
I'm living too close to the oa
point, d.dmal1' theory, Theorizing bout life, we I

It worries and irks and annoys might say, I* one of the major

me I: mental activities. And white a ,

It's hard, though to make my predicament I I theory look workable on paper'
quite or sounds plausible fas words It'
;
molt often develops macs that ,
Convincing! to her who employs
me I necessitate discarding Jt a* Ira-'
practicable :

I want to live far far off to the left It is experience by which they

With a long trail of zeros behind heart warms toward someone under .|
me similar clrcvmstancei Other

Way out where it* quiet, no jingling NNW wise there li a sincere but'lukewarm -
of dimes sympathy from lack ef real '

Or nlckles or cents to remind pie understanding. H I

When our theories have been ,
Oh how I have counted mine oft !exploded! by experience, our outlook "i

and againIn oil on'the part and future rise ,.
the hope that I might be to new helghte of appreciation.

mistaken Perhaps we realize the lack of
And find that 'twas five that I bad depth of torn of our'put aecom-

and not four, pliahmente .. did Leila Warren
I tell you It. tough to awaken I while writing her latest book, "The
Foundation Stone
And find that I really nave madea Before a serious Illness during

mistake, 6I which her life bung in the balance,
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(That Decimal point, how It .. Leila Warren had written 435
.. 'I'H' sNNatqVJ' NIITrIMI.t' Of COO dALLCNt OFs.cave ..
bores me) q sail page of her recent noveL When
To find I hare three when I \I sow= N.C 1WW6...ItUlhIYS, #r A T7NPI6,1/W-e1 str.2'Cg Mrl'S. aha had recuperated sufficiently

thought I had four I to take up where she left off, the

Such knowledge as that-well It 'tacks for a paln-klller, If needed. "'I author realized the minus quality

floors me. CURRENT Then the fair attendant again took Children in CourtBy lot her work. Although the tried
my pub and told me to comeback faithfully{ to satisfy bet new standard -
I'm living too close to the decimal she finally burned
COMMENTBy at: a certain date next weekto Judge Malcoln Balfleld all but
point see how I wa coming along. 79 pales ef the original icript
I long for those wide open spaces AGNEW WELSH And I didn't keep It. Even U aha The: paragraph in her book con-
That lie to the left of the decimal war a pretty las, f know when NOTION PICTCTttS corning the dying man li not

point 216..1, .._. rm coming act all righte To prove that motion Des drawn from the> ImaItn.aUoI111ul 1*
Beyond the six Cypher oasis. .. -BfA-WWrfl Mta DWn..n have Leila Warren's own rewtloa when
his -..- wa.awbii..da e a whoUeome effett on cliuV
Yno== The Manufacturers/ Reseed dress, aa author recently atated/she thought her day were few. '

New Northern SupPly S. Aerw w.. sa M L states that crune Wilt owe KeraWM ta A section ef Benefi 'John '
that
Florida W ttr ten
.. mes.mar n. the Illiterate rural section of the Brown's Body was tie Inapt -*

Rout to China r In tile Deep South firework ., Southern for.the...fint, lsz.bnitding'earstrartloe eleven awftth South where Motion picture tkea* Son for lair story. Believing that

apart of the Christmas Week clebratten. .1 of the ten are Je--.1Iudt seeaoniflg tobauroV her greit-grandmotbe wu ooh ot
mo total being t
t The much-needed medical, mill-r -On of, the youngest ,000 with Louisiana running .lo* it wecld kad.... to the? found4iaa stone of Alabama,
I taryand other wppttes from the I the pyrotechnic expert says he bile ,. eeend. -' believe that the preM' atmoving afa "decided- to write about the
United' States are now, tvacMnf'I aet oft dhree mWioo.doUaWOI1tI0I1heM. picture theater lit a torn* ploaeer file of which she had hear

Gen. Chiang Itol-shek't tnnlei: Hey Franklin,.:wouldn't I sae ,e- ' munlty serves a* 'a detetmt.glao much tracehas... an******. ,

1 over two principal route*. Oa Is it bee food kfMfU pat the Wboah UiamTs positions OK thetfttlantlr routhtulexirne:. AV Cerd' as,her novel ie. mod*'

Burn goad,, whki smart CM* i on bock a wt Rel t4 tie aced the 'wish .. Gals lit,Mexico: leesSana -. Motion plctum could 'tn 4ra, 'r...ea.aftec the author1: treat' *..

at Chugkia tram 1M....... The powder Ml UdfMr ,"pre-. hundred :IIIIIIa... Ik I tit, .... dUtmcV transportation to thia point I* by paredne1'a for aoroe wosdeoful .loud dgacaa!they would aproducea' .*rt.. 'ofeducationah KeJtted[ limed: Dutch,Mcotry ,the;
f. trucks.The other eater from the I and -fOTB ou-*unetalOrt'< = .picture showing .thr caJn and stability t&at .wattttt -****
north wife China ones of fleecrcloodsbril tip 1I.D*l.4: pionau.wieb Me awtb
toMihaal .all.. A ardd-Deoetaber4.ado.. r oaslblGtlefafld dutl J'f *. .
.ingsla 'and tancbow. Almort .,.. BapatsOAMMuadei MW the warm water .T-the, ,Ode I rent*-toward their thUdren.' >seieb p developed taws, kancter that, T

try" known .means,of transporta* tt( *weekljr meat M redttcKasi ef{.Stream but three mile :.tfetrt.*. I pictures could "*lso : be lued( 'to bull, merit ,the ,Altar. tt ''J'CIUDI. .

'| ton,ancient and modem, h treed ".from allowaae.* per Land are swept westward by.-Jn* !give OI T general public v-better dais, + -n Stoat.,* .
person rtwo 'iWopeftt'eiU' "
j over UU route.Shipmentsover. cent)>'khUUng*, -, prevailing' wind*.tront.U*' and ibnader. Oftdr.tajullnof A u. .

: the.,new:soute :.M cent* Will'to."wbateftr'.1IIIIWIt. 'bur .I east ftte nUy.I._-w_tcljtag'42 'merou* baste problems which force The'frfeod* tt the library whaMtod ..(.
are unloaded a* this pwU Vladi.vMtolc .. ,; ; -F;",. ._ I mass of Iow.ll7lo1..J.J&bt..elouda thousand*of innootia ehlldesii into.. book during Bbvembe' *
Siberia. Tkenre ,they .... moving weatwartl when her{,came thrank -
It.1t' f oukt Mt accept Mary ofthetaurminonrimlnals I- i nd ,December aif If'r Pickardo-
cent.by rail over Soviet Saait tatrltory Baker-Xddy': Wdloeopfty'$ a UKkereT from 1a71lr mteehigrref l, . who ant preying oa societySMAU. ; A.',Rutpien, Mr*.. IttxeUtayloi'. :"
blown In the 1
to Chita :
and .
Verkneudinsk. AWL
from gion, I moat heartUy .n_l"ftU.1 ,. Tatter t Cabjr, Caroline Gaftney.. ,s
the latter e
aett. they are slatetntw that room ate Sine, i cm I MOBCCCOOMINAUr A. R. Ifrtnfiton MM. Bthel Os.',
taken over the military railroad to A state MW* bureau give*. out "
things against which we should ford and M r-. R f. S1I< the Soviet Mongolian border and i the lafontMtosi'.Out. the Florida I
. .
guard ourselves: '
our thought when :
from Chita over military road to treasury now contain ten aMt a Tbousaml of small citteivillages and
Urg. from these point the male meet alone with ear temper *.ben ta ban million dollar, or about four continue to hare sign per* The award given by lttovle.simply .

rials are moved to their destination , our fellows and lI"'j million more than it diet whet Governor capita juvenile crime rate Radio Ctild. Dar exeeaMMe In .
In
by trucks, donkey and male with tongue SModale talking In Con went Into office four because they refuse to direct the broadcasting hat .been prevented ,

can, and camel caravans. Dt you "' year. *go,_And with all that'they recreational acthrttte of their to Mary Margaret McBride, whose
This new road has been under picture ef th* three , ,are obliged to pass certain payroll young men and women Into 6rm- new book now Dear to My
construction three years, and some I posed to see no evil hear no evil,1speak h .t tame and keep harping about less and healthful Ch.nner.IIIdft! Heart" .to tar your local library.

3,000 truck_are now operating day no evil.? I I I the UM teguOature lopping oft" fntelEgimt supervision. She received the award "beeauM ,

ana nigni delivering military and e e ...--..-_+-.. -..-..."". .*.--_.. ,___._..u""R"_ I"-.v Boys enjoy the spirit that Motivates she ha* Bieneeretf a dellfhtfuf new
other supplies to China and returning Recently I had occasion to have'a a plain, ordinary person it look a* the gang and cannot be Mon of radio eatestalnmeiik bee .

with animal fat. of a, for* tooth xtractod aad when I asked though the thing they need meat bRan housed ta the back yard. The attempt canaw aM W brought romanee to
skins and other product bound for to* the bill the? kaodbotaa lid, attendant wladom in .budgeting what" to break op a group of the uilfery of tUMiaeworkv be*, .

Vladivostok and thence to the said without blushing or' funds they already have. youngater i* useles. They find cause she to :great American..wo ,
United States aaas.rind It would b* l}re I e. I way and means to congregate ta man," ,

The route from Vladivostok to: dollar Why good gush, woman, In order to Unscrew out ot the way place To net e e e h
inscrutable
the
back to the -good old out harsh punishment to. a boy i
Nlngila and Lanchow I* about days" the two thousand largendaatHal( Stoke PuMIitiiot Cooipoey meacquired .
!,tOO mile family phyMctaa chergN b* ,M who hoists meeting his friend
much mow PAR ball :
aonrern this pmt US anil- 1 the rights .f of
year
: thirteen
of which 1* by nIL j It b a.1Ievedth. cent to -yank out a tooth..But of -dotlars stoa not, ..tb* arable**. at
heat In emptoying:K.tOO I Via Wyck ttaaon's Captala Hugh -
., course there wouldn't be Juvenile error*, or of delinquency, :
this -
route is safer, at least any scientists in research North "
rk "Intrigue novels' wt ch
pretty girt to tie Dot cause kin U become hardenedand
for the present ts long stretchesof a bib about yourneck :' .' ; makes It possible for them to'plan
and bitter toward life.
'take Unless
it an in Russian territory,which 'JGUI"pI\ae count A motion picture magazine pall a Hugh North omnibu of
fhresjfunletrth
several times null town or ing districts '
'Japan 'would be careful not to ; nor would there be *
t4 determla the ten favortt stare .
bomb lest such action cause war "any total anesthetic,It god eouM- l for tMO give then the providi-vaperrised+reereatioa. Der 'stories, ,, '
nt take lie foUMeln their youth, they will continue
with that IT. put you under with to '
: ,COUrII'.w 'Save' that .uty __'*- U* ..*>. sanktagi J.aldeRooney, SyetuierTraty provide ZMBIageM jnd his like who .A. few week agoeompaty of
dark Cable. On* Aufey, will e\nruaH' aoldien leas transferred from,ttxr.
become,
peobablr med > problem
tae
difficulty In stopping shipments .f aloe aid hasterillzsdforceps Tysux Fearerr Janw
*Cagney Blng
CaIlAkstiAec4fv.ing
for tied Last, to -
larger oitlenI sunny
for moat sizes of
material moving over the Chinese "
Crosby 'allae Bette
Beery,
fe the anUUt ot the rainy M'i -
stretches of the road at this Urn a* teeth. Keitaer, .when the bloody Davis Judy Garland"Jt'Is safe to I '- I

their air base are far from their deed'wa don*, did ha give you a,mt that in a decade they will if I NOT GOING TO HCUUGreeted i gas.The eoaaauoxMr of the eomp W.
card of '
what resembled
hiehwdfs.. Moreover, duriag .&fIe. thombtfve alive. b* on the "haa been Dalf by reporter oti his, 75th waking si BigM tour ot the camp
winter weather when the ground e birthday. Colonel Peter O. Knight who
ru' challenged by a) entry
, U frozen toe depth of some aeven- on the Mongolian border also For quit some time It has been Tamp lawyer and corporation<< ** bad been standing at his poet for

j teen or eighteen Inches, the truck that fortifications, including ma my opinion .that thl new weanan ecuttve, when asked for .. .statetent two boon ta a. alrlvtaf.rain

*-" disregard: .the road.and move -I: chine-gun pillboxes and antiaircraft movement wa being carried, rather .. said: "To country ss not -owbo'a Cbere' caW the(entry.Xrieod. .
hundred of mile* oflevet land. batteriee:; are being rushed fat and now I am convinced of going to hell, nor are we 9"W ta ." ts) M te C. Latest new from the Orient how ta an northern Japanese : It A Methodtet hospital to Hew .give It back to the la****."- to our safes" said Ii"'i" ..
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:. FrhlDf.\Tazhza! ; t."l94h' ":.: > ,. ..." THE LEADERENTEUPRISE Pan Five
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, &Mir I't'atIIlIOftIf I daugtiUf, "'1'. and Mr. Walter dnstt. Marjorie Audrey a*.WayM ,

10ft. Statotrt "- EO, of Coconut Grove spent left Friday fbr. _-411 Wit with,.
Mr. and say with the Insuae-Jn MN Langham who I* employed at
J" In and JlroundHomestead Schauberger. Mrs. O. ". St. Augustine,

berger of Punta ,
. . 1 -
.: Mr. Schaubertet: ,Pscetti, *o. -of bird: :. Mr Ida Arbofart; Mr and Mr*.
I Iita
day to spend several PacetU, who left two Dclbert Arbogast and children

I ago with the marine reserve Carolyn and Davis of Parsons, W.
Or. and Mn. L. C: Jl from Optr-Loeka and I* now Va, arrived Christmas Day for a

Texas, and children, at Quantte, Va, la month' visit before leaving for
Leslie, have returned the hoUdayf In Home- California. Mn. Ida Arbogast. la

,r{: W. M. Fifleld win leave today and Mrs / W. Porte In Redlaad after visiting Dr. .; .. I Mrs. J. It, Simmon' sister-in-law

9 for CalnesvlH to assume hit until they find a place In the district Mr*. Julia Polk, hit I -
'tfutlei *' assistant to Dr. WIlmon: where they win live duringthe alter-uflaw, Mr. and i and Mr Gordon E. Dill and Mr. and Mr. Anthony; OulccUr-
Newell, director of the I'1orld.1 I winter. )fr. and Mn. Berrien Polk and his Gordon and Richard spent do returned Monday from a visit
agricultural experiment: ,station were In the district about tin: sister, Mr. and Mr H. weekend visiting la Jackson- wlttt relative In Tampa. .

Mrs. Fifield who I* t teacher yean ago. I -
I Mr and Mrs. Louis I Log of Boston
lava
|a the King Cooper Mr. and Mn. .
School win remain .thtcVigh II I ),fl'll. Ivan Maier of Homestead' man had aa guest FLORIDA CITY Mass, arrived Sunday to
the .
lint semester and live with Mr. and Mn. spend winter.D.
the and her sister, Mrs. V. O. Roarer Adolph \
her brother-in-law and sister, Mr.I lot Miami returned Sunday from and Robert Ulbrich By Mr*. W. w. Severy
and Mn. Zdw Montgomery in Shaw Miss. where they were McCuHum all of Obenshaln and three daughters

Miami, and Join Mr. Fifleld In caned because of the death of their the Rev', and Mn. Epworth: League of the Com. Mrs. Mildred Smith and M1Q.oPI
Gainesville afterward. the Rev and Mrs. W. Elisabeth and Ann Obenahaln
father, W. A. Mitchell. Church entertained the
left Thursday for Roanoke
Va.
and Mrs. Thomas '
Epworth League on Tues- after a visit with H. I:. Obenshaln.
Mn. H. G. Thurman of Edison
Dr. and Mn. W. J. Cameron and evening at a wiener roast
Ga. her daughter, Emily Grace son, Bill, left yesterday morning Mr. and Mn. (;eo.
George Todd and Fred Brockett
and niece Miss Josephine Montgomery for their home 4it Sweetwatar, have had a* their and Mn W R. Allen and were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs.
are visiting Mn. Thur- Tenn. after visiting Mr. and Mn. past week, Mrs. W. R., Jr., and Betty Chas. Clinton on Christmas Day
nuin's ton and daughter-in-law, J. A. Pollard. brother and - left Thursday for their horn ..
Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Thurman, and Mn. Godwin W
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D. c., after having CURRENT
her son-in-law and daughter Mr. lington. Vs., and Mn..
Miss Alta Weoster who spent tile Christmas holidays with
and Mn. Bruce Ennl the holidays In Homestead with mother, Mn. M. J. and Mn. B. F Collier. COMMENTContinued

her Mr. and Mrs. Julian Boykuii, Va.
Mr. and Mn J. W. GlUasple and parents, I
H. Webster, left Wednesday for and Mn. Roger Snow and .
daughter, Geraldine will arrive
.> the first of the week from their I Decatur, Oa., where she .la m student H.Harvey H. Graham Rue of'Of son, of Fort Pierce spent ( From Page Four)

home in Bedford, Va. to visit Mr. at Agnes Scott Cortege leave Sunday for holiday visiting relative her*. York has opened a school of Instruction

and Mn. J. A. Pollard and Mr. and where they; are for fathen-to-be: it Includes
Mr*. P. L. Baker. Dr and Mrs. A. A. Green el University; of Florida. and Mn. Dan Haberlandt lifting and handling the
Atlanta, Ga, and son, Theodosla son, Bobby, of Miami spent baby, which Isn't so bad, but also
Miss Dorothea Robinson who and Albert have returned to their Mn Ruby Abbott visiting Mr. and Mr*. bathing and diapering, which U
pent the holidays with her pa. home after visiting Dr. Green| wood N. J. who has Mattson something else again. Oh well,
rents Dr. and Mr*. Carl F. Robin- brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and' Mr. and Mrs. Don maybe It win not be for long a* the
ion of Redland, will leave Satur- Mn. D. P. Blake In South Alia.I' leave tomorrow for her Richard Mattson of Ft. census figure show that familiesare

day for Fairlee, Vt, where she pattah Garden During their stay Tampa, 1* spending the going out of fashion.
teaches chooL MX Robinson was Dr. and Mrs. Green also visited Mr. Claude S. Allen visiting his another, Mn e e

accompanied oir-hr visit her by In Cuba. holiday guests at her Matteon, and feteilster Mrs. Early In January the Florida
Miss Barbara Briggs of Burlington land, Commander Becker. stat library; will move Into more
Vt. Miss Sue Robinson, in- Mrs. Will Webb of Fort Pierce, Mitchell of Coral -, commodious quarten the old
other daughter of Dr. and Mrs. la spending several weeks with her Carrie Tuckerman IIOIllIIlaw'w H. M. Degler M seriously house of representatives room re*
Robinson, will leave Sunday; for son and daugher-ln-Iawr Mr. and Carroll, both of tier home here, and will un fitted to snake It the most complete -
DeLand where she U a senior at Mrt. John Andrew Webb and with a major operation at the library; room In the state.

Stetson University.; another IOn, Will, Jr. I Mr. and Mn. R It. Hospital on Tuesday. The Daytona Beach Journal say

ai guest during the of lit head, W. T. Cash, that he
Miss Virginia Trick .had a. her Irving Baton Loaner will leave tomorrow . KInard'r grandfather, I .and ......1i. Loner and chil rank as one of the ablest libra
for Rouge La., to resume -
guests Friday; and Saturday; Miss ard of Crescent City; rtaoi la America and U the author
and Jam Lau-
Friday of Ft
France tArktey. and.Mia Wanda his studies. .at. Louisiana State of quite t number of books, Including
.f
wore Thursday guest
r Austin; both o&Mlaml.: Miss Frick University. ; CoL and Mn and Mn J. W. ..*,*. several on the history of Flori
WM Mia Arictey guest la Miami demson. 5. C. and da.
Saturday and Sunday. Alt three ; Mr. and Mr* B. J, dower said Tents have returned e, .:.. _-
plan to leave Sunday tot Def.u4where aonsv Don MId Jerry hv rerund *- spending till holiday and Mrs. Jesse Caves and "
to taei IMA ht Mobile, Ala Ronald and Merle moved A monthly feature of **.J VDigner
they; art itudont: "at:StetsonPaivwsWy CoL and Mn. Alva L. .
after YIII1 IIII'JO':tWHr Mother PaW. week from Souflt Miami sad a* titled The Most Ult-
and:Jis. er-i ilM"In". and: Mr*. rented the LowmtAal cottage Ibrge table Character I Evtr: Met,*
K, Cfcmrfe Homeite: Iintt.61 and the Jaautry tow at devoted
.Dire as+L bliss.t It..iSsarrty aw : Mr. and Mn. M. M. ">'". er Aft Tatty to bit ristor Vlr-

%M@4.14"dw Am.......lack ',Mri. J; 1ti, 'Teller'lied %rods, :tended :'Chrtitma Christmas Earl Rohre'/lett. Thurs date, m which h# lay ban their
I 4Vdmt> .t1't"l: ,lsspeq aaraO.te lit itch MT-bap 4i law W.\Iab:' jNt( for Ft drab Ills 1a *L ...,.. Obis, where
wnicfk O aaemberf having
One;. ,.tsssiRa,dbhsaglhsss,. at MacDIDjKter (CMItaue4 es Pap leas)
# teed $
Mgr
es : Mrs ettry ft.8oii "
; t>t A*ttamt?family. holiday wun fcis pac at*,
,. r-: m-.CbrAUIW ,'' tr. ,Jdiiter.fldt," aiv Ht.. ""cS:,". I. and Mr*. Jobai Eofarcr.'

DIy *ithMr*. HaOtrtj"*. ltt .Mr.M : .* Mr.: tnd, Mrs L.
..M.o.W.bad daughters' Bauer ** lagaborg MaCteoat and Nan
Mrs ,XU'B.-7DeV Of \
I 'l ae'guesbi MBadpjr"Mr': : red Itrssad. Chtisotjpt' with ft of Jackso% Miss. ar
Lake, CXwhM*> M*,** Us.. VTnl'MbtMr 'C Tfemo'nt'tt c t
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m ; Arpi: i.atae apart_,tb.,dahMuir : > c : i t llll'-1w: +sr".>.,Mn'Brundd ; b'a.l, fi4w-':: ; Kr asides*> S. Hattaoa.for f Vc week'and Mrs visit t

*.:0f:South". ,"Beii ....w.allCllOll : ind John Mattson. and' .... old
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13rsisle+!Cariadr Oh cobb ;'O d... 1. : >in f Mrs / R. Johnny Bk r.
tow ,.Ge;.....,..\several glass Let r '.'y15a.Iq... ; .: """ .,. ... NtntrlaVplM to lee.. {
.1R'ek' ">! jserbrgtleiriLs ta..u4 r' d.edss: lss 1.Cap I ?:
; will: Au*) rar'Ate. wlMru *. John *Per and Mr. and
i aster.Mr. *ad.MrTyr.rItaw: n_ ,Mrdsy for,W..t em..ie.Washing** Mto Alabsmt. ) K. BaWD sad eon. Henry, of
wet.D. ,'.twr fprndtaar th*hove. OtutavMr & IV.' J. ate exacted to I
.bite AdMn..Jew.1.fc; .days wink Un.Gacdaec,aad tneirSDV I J... t for a short stay: at ; i
M .gUMte **v.YU den thlsw, -, .J.ba*.(.... ...,.-, Ge dns's ; and Mr*. W. O. home on S. Breadway.
Mrs A. K. Knawmall of Tamp, a mother,. Mrs. R Jf-Pwtag., Mrs i yesterday for their
fcraMt-, tntdent of tte .RedluufDtotrtcV GardkM will unmin her several dalia, C*, after vi *. A. B. Langham and chit chino tnctk
and br nephew and month longer. Mr. and Mn David's uncle and

= Or. bad' Mrv..J, Phillip* of Gardner,Mrs. PaathM ID run and Mr*. Curtis Lee for a Keeps You Fit!
*. Wm. EI\'InI.pent fbh ours that your ores an a*
Wednesday ad Mr*. Lee had a*
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. .II Four**.** tomtUm
big the .
CIa key don Mr. and Mn. ... rrHZ: Chiropractor DIn hittwo'
M*. and Mrs, R: L. Godwin have Hlamt aad Wyll Lee ** .l Is*** owe each year 1 bands only apply,
Mn. Geo. Fuller at
Miami vblterf
M their font, Mr. Godwin's Mjren. : F. P. ARCHER then to adjust the spinal verUbn -
Mr. and Mrs. Newt O. Ban In ,
brother and sitetMn-Uw, Mr. and out of an abnormal politic
Homestead e*>d )fr. and Mn. C.Bea Mr. end Mn. Paul ; AND SON
Mrs. Wm. Godwin .f Chattanooga bade to IOI'r'ICpoaI-
mat. PJ\&JIuMrlllllecf1an Wednes a* their guest Mn. don and function. By doing
day.; er, Mrt. 8. Feldman CMMltin Optoanetrtett 10 b* relieves the pressure

b i War 1r.r1-;: I N. C.Mt.. ,,. flagbr .... Mtaaat,Fh from impmged nerve and allow
; Meet and Miss Mr and Mrs. Paul Z. Campo who

Aanabelle Bdd win raw Sunday I have t--.speeding Ore. week seed Mrs. ,. .... '" r- ..... without* aw any mm obstruction faro to flow

to resume their studies at Florida with Mr. Camp' mother, Mnda ..v.. .a* their .. Amoebas
Southern College IlL Lakeland *. Camp, to Redlandv wile have Insua' sot\ Jimmy: .T TW..___ Ia.raae.MG s0110.t .-OH-ttt-t
000 evesism
Sunday for their bona In Waahlagtai Miami Un baua's Sundays W Apet.tarst

. .Mr,. and Mn. Bevtf Webb haw ,,.IX C:
M thetr guest Mn: W.U '.another, ...0.-' Dr. R. J. Elliott
Mrs,. i, R. WblUbard-. IIaUi *- Mn. & C., Sl to of HofkJhsX t
bars, Mia % x:/... and daughter SU ne, :THE WORLD'S 8000 NEWS
Hn .,.,. ........ Fta.DR.K.S.AKERS.
Of Padiacan, Ky. will test today *.easel, yofctMMejgar %*..*.0 ."" ......._...V..JH.'Jr......."

'Mr.: and Mn. WT t Santee at .''JHI HftKTIAH WiHCal MOHIT@ILIa.

... JVnnlngton K. J, are visiting Mr. ItlaMir F 1ii.I.

J NEWT. G. BALL :! ,

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Dentist Office Ream I a. .. to I ft m.mdayit .
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i1i-sewers a .w whs t to U j jCU
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Fire iMnramrc and = ..d laC...,. j
Office Hours 8*":so : :&. ==r ::'arr.rss.islim "' jj j

First Kindred LanaKN..Le..Ave' ; I Free Parking Space i iI7M
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Six THE "LEADEn.E RPRlSE : 'Friday January 3.






J ru 'Social Events in South Dade . . .- I





I' WOMAN'S CLUB APPOINTS COMMITTEES GIVE ,TEA AT SKILL HOME: I
The Calendar "' : & HONORS HOUSE GUEST .
FOR FEDERATION MEETING HERE JAN. 22 Frank Hausman : Mrs. Frank L. Skill and hot

Jan. Redland Woman's Miss Bertha daughter, Mill Elizabeth Skill, en*'
t, Committee. for Mrs; Perkins, Mrs. Adrian Jacobs. meeting In Mn Cina entertained with an'I tertalned with a tea id honor at

the Dad County federation ofWoman's Mrs Kate, Mrs. P. J. franklin and store at I JO o'clock. supper Friday even- Miss Martha Johnston of Pasadena/
]I Mrs J. F, Hammett; waitresses, JaaDinner party of : of Miss( Hausman, Calif., a house guest of Miss Skl%'1I
: Club
meeting in Homestead Mrs. B. M. Hindman, Mri J, A. Coed Class. I at the Skill home on North Krorrat
.... Jan. 22, were appointed by Pollard and Mrs. W. E. Rheney. Jan Meeting of Payne and Mrs. B. avenue from 4 to < Tuesday afteM

Mrt H. K. Foulk, president of the linens and supplies ". Hammett, Auxiliary of St. John's received the guests noon. f
Woman's Dub of Homestead, at a Mrs. Carl Drawdy and Mrs. O. W. Church. Hagler Rice. Mrs. J.I Miss Johnston, who Is spending
called meeting Monday afternoon Calkins; transportation and hauling Jan. Meeting of Ad Mrs. Frank Webb, and, the holiday vacation with the
in the elubhouM. Mrs J. R. Brooks, Mrs. Rheney chapter, O. E. S. assisted In serv! Skills', la a classmate and U2.
The federation meeting will beheld Mrs.J. D. Barnes and Dr. Irene Jaa Meeeting of Jennie was decorated ty sister of Mine Skill at the
f In the morning In the Home- Shanklln: hostesses, Mrs. B. J:. dell Circle with Mrs. Ceo. varsity of Maryland. MMrs.
stead Methodist Church and lunch- Gatlin, Mrs. Pollard. Mrs. Jacobs Jan. Meeting of guests were present Skill, Miss SkilL Miss John*
con will be served at the Chamber Mrs. Herman Helnleln Mrs WPA art class In Chamber of anon and Miss Alta Webster received .

of Commerce building Brooks and Mrs. James McCresdy; merce building at J and 7 p. GUESTS A the guests.
Mrt. J. D. Perkins la general I and publicity Mrs. E, E. Crowson, Jan -Meeting of Garden VISIT The centerpiece of the dining
: chairman and Mrs. Herbert Katz Miss Pearl Whitaker and Mrs. with Mrs Roy Matthews. table was an arrangement of
will supervise the cooking and Annie R. Butler.Mrs. Jan. Meeting of Home Godwin W. Draper crotons and red candles. At one
Vs, brother and end of the table Mrs. Lee H. Lehman .
serving Other committee are: Crowson was appointed tiflcation class In agricultural '
of Mrs. Oeo. N. Wake-
decorations, Mrs. W. R. Antler publicity chairman to fill the vacancy room at 7:30 o'clock poured at tea and at the othC:
-. Mrs L P. McLean, Mrs. A. created when Mrs. Joe Hall' Jan. ft-Business M. J. Draper of er end Mn. Julian a Webster
C. Paul. Mrs. H. Ruegg and Mrs moved to Savannah last summer Junior Woman's Club of of Mrs. Wake- poured coffee. Miss Virginia Frick
Draper, were en-
Orin E. Smith; reservations, Mrs A meeting wllll be held Jan. 15 stead I assisted in serving. %
R. J. Elliott Mrs. Joel J. Robinson at I o'clock In the clubhouse. All Jan Meeting of B.P. W. several parties dur Silver bell hung from either
and Mrs. R. R. Klnard be 8 p. iii.Jail. I t visit here as guests end of the mantle which was
menu. members are urged to presentMrs.
,_ __ home They left
u Homestead Band orated with crotons and holly

: BEAirrmcATiON CLASS i: W. E. Rowell. Mrs. Anna Association: meeting In music tome yesterday 41'
of the Homestead school at
TO HEAR FLOWER LECTURE Messenmlth, Mrs. J. D. WIOfIIoMn. o'clock. roast was given Wed- BAPTIST MEMBERS
A Miami bottling company will Ceo. W. Turner Sr, Mrs on the lawn of the HOLD WATCH SERVICE
It, present an Illustrated lecture on frank W. Stillman. Mrs. Frig Jan. 7-Meeting of 1 by Mr. and Mrs. A supper and watch service for;

the arrangement of flowers at the Jackson. Mrs. M. M. Ramsey, Mn vice.Jan.Woman's. Society of Christian Mr. and Mrs B. the members of the First Baptist]

meeting of the Home Beautifies- B. A., Waldln Mrs Thos. Brewer t : 'I and Mr. and Mrs Church of Homestead were held
tion class Monday night In the Mrs. Nan Backer, Mrs. M. Harold, Legion Auxiliary' About fifty guests I New Year's Eve In, the Sunday J I iI
Ing In Legion hall at I
Homestead High School agriculture Mrs. A. W. January Mrs. Deuel,; school building JC
,. building at 7:30 o'clock. Mrs. Baker. Mrs. Vivien Mia Jan. t-Meeting of Book n. Wakefield gave .1<|I The two hundred guests ate all
Estelle Turner and Mrs, (leo. W. view Jan.Club. In theUbral'J' at 8 at their home last twelve different tables .decorated]I

MRS. MTLLIV3 INSTALLED Turner, Jr.ENSEMBLE. Redland Woman's in honor of the to represent the twelve months f?
ciety of Christian Service
I The Rev. J. C. Sims, former
the | )
supper group
AS WORTHY MATRON with Mrs. A. M. Vivien.Jan. .
: : CLASSiGlnS"aOOU31 I ..Guests were: Mr. pastor of the Riverside Baptist
Mrs R W. Mullins was Installed .
10-Princeton Home :o&o '
Church of Miami who Is la
H. Steffan4 Mr. and now
worthy matron of Ad Astra
y chap onstration Club meeting with I
ter 0, E S.. by Mrs A. R. Livingston A section of the Ensemble Clan Olin Edwards Mr. and Mrs. Palatka, a boys choir from tM ,
Mrs. R. R Fitzpatrick I Mr. and Mrs. Hind- Palatka church and Dr. J. E. John*:
taught by
I
Friday night In the I. O. O. r.r' Jan 11-Monday Music '
Mrs Frick, Mn. stone had charge of the program
yesterday :
Halt "gave a holiday program meeting at home of Mrs. ,
Other officer Installed were: morning at Mrs. Fltepstrlck's Lehman and Lewyn Reynolds

j A. R. Livingston' worthy patron, home on Redland road. Jan. 14-Buslness Va. E. A. Buchanan, Mr and Mrf.I.
Mra. J. W English, associate ma- The program was as follows: Homestead Woman's Club at Stanley Wittkop. Mr. and Mrs. Ead
tron; Chas O. Turner, associate "First Noel" __ Traditional i o'clock at club I house. : I I PacettU enter Pacettl, ,Jr.. Miss Mary Francs
patron; Miss Alice Macomber, secretary "Contented Bird" _. __. Cramm Jan, IJ-Meeting of..Ho of her family with Arthur, Miss Louise Pacetti, Ed: >.
l' Mn' Turner, treasurer, Jimmy Watson and Mrs FloyI I II Woman's Club at 3 o'clock In Year's'Day at her mond Pacettl, David Friedrlcrsj
is, Mn. A R. Meybem, conductress;I I I Watson house. ', were: Mr. and Mrs. and Jack and Stanley Pacetti. f

Mn Sam J. Davis, assistant conductress "Silent Night" _____ Gruber Jam 17-Meeting pf '
; Mrs. Gussle Joiner, 1 I"Fairy Harps Thompson Art Club at home of Mrs. f
r chaplain, Miss Esther: Livingston I[I"Spring Song" _______ Thompson Hemmlngs. I "
,
Ada Miss Helen Livingston. !r Junior Pope I
; Ruth Jan. 17-Meeting of I "
M.... Geo. W. Turner I"Dougand" __ Cramm :
Jr. Martha'I -- -- Home Demonstration Club In
Installing officers were: Mill I Jimmy Watson land Church at 1:30 o'clock.'f'S /
)' Esther: Livingston, marshal; Mrs. ."Air"a. .._.:___.,. Handel Jan. 22-Dade County
IJ" J. K. Davis, chaplain; Mn. Lloyd' "Christmas Carol" __ Traditional tion of Woman s Clubs '
,
ro- Della organlut; Mrs. W. B. Cave, Ruth Rutland (violin) Homestead ."a ".... .tt. ..u uaa"I'

assistant marshal; Miss Macomber,! "In Command" '_.._. ..._., Orey Jan. 28-29-Work
assistant organist Doris Ada Dodson Redland Home .
Preceding the installation Mrs.I "Assembly March" Kern Club la Redland Church phi :; DIXIE DRUG
t P. McUan sang "Star of the Hilda Dodson and Clarice o'clock each day. .
East" with piano accompaniment Dodson JACK POLK HOWARD JOHNSON

by Mrs. R. J. Elliott, I "Happy Farmer" ___ Schumann The Monday Music Club .-.. Fla rnenes II and nit

Coffee and cookies! were served. Ruth Rutland meet Jan. 13 at the home of during our treat "New Customer Sale" Learn rF
The next "Gipsy Rondo" .._._ Haydn
meeting will be held --
Hilda Dodson Lee a Lehman with Mrs. it U to get the most out of your drug store
tonight the I. O. O.

F. halt Foulk, Mrs E. Collier
"Consolation" Mendelssohn H. in dependable, first quality merchandise. BexaU

RCDLAND: WOMAN'S CLUB I Traviata" ____ Verdi as Herman hostesses.Marks and Mrs. how to do it now. Hurry for the beat values.

TO MEET THIS AFTERNOONThe Clarice Dodson '
"''Walt* In A Flat"___Chopin
Woman's Club of the Red-
lands win hold a meeting this Mabel Ruth Pope Defender Roxbury
Twilight Song" __ Schackley SAY f-
afternoon at 830 o'clock In the I ATM Iantl
Hilda, Clarice and Doris '
store of '
Mrs.'Cina Stewart PaintIng Dodson' NEW SYRINGE or Combination .
and repairing of the clubhouse
I. "Rondo Carplccloso", Mendelssohn SYRINGE
will be discussed. and de
YEAR
Frances RutlandMR. r
:.. ? Bulb la live Mow's your chance I Ite i(
REMAND W.: 8. C: .. HAS ".for?long save on depend. I
r MEETING AND PARTY AND MRS. FRANK WEBBENTERTAIN WITH .' s able robber goods
BRIDGE CLUB Made from frob
t Woman's A nominating committeeof the I Mr, and Mrs.-Frank Webb entertained ABANG 89 lire rubber. t
Society of Christian Service C. 59c
for the Redland Community I the Thursday Night I WATH BQTTU iTHE
Church was appointed at a meetIng 1 Bridge club at their home lastnight ...-;... cowmunoiijrnKi 89c 'J

and holiday party Monday at .
I : Mr. and Mrs. T. J. | quWt
Quests were = sue.
the home of Mrs Geo W. Turner, I with
Faust Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Bird,
Jr. The committee is composed of 1 haci__ method . tr GOODS
Lee H. Lehman Mr + t
.r Mrs. Geo. E. Deuel. Mrs. M. A. Mr. and! Mrs. safe' Comfortable BIGGEST lUIBUt
Baker and Mrs. A. M. Vivien. ,and Mrs. W. E. Rheney, Mr. and i
The society voted to attend the 1 Mrs Geo. N. Waktfield. Mr. and ,?A fard1wcnTiiqub VALUES IN TOWN .
Mrs. Julian H. Webster and Mr
district meeting and luncheon to ...LQoooIa ,Stan III 7
be held In Miami, Jan U. and Mrs. Bevo Webb The ["" t";New a&hi Re"a11 S

R Fruit Jello, cake and punch i ours? ,.bbc"s,. i
were served by the hostess READ THE WANT-ADS Ah.OH It"
PMwen: the Rev 'and t..e MarkfertwALICE'S ..- gSB3S5ft ndMedterd .


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4. Osteopathic Physician rho" Charm OCM.J /

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Phone 39Homesteads ... .. !be ___ : of kith levery blade guarsa-
enact
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Jatiuarv 3,1941 w ENTERPRISE Pare Sever.


J: ffidllUIIIUlI1IDllIIlllmJIlUllIIlIUlIi!: :Ga., arrived in Homestead Wed-'

.:CURRENT I Inesday i on a prospecting tour and; I /

! it very much pleased with Homestead CLASSIFIED ADS

COMMENT\ r and vicinity" i I IFOIt

20 Years AgountlIIIIIIIIIIIIJIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIU -"P. O.: SJobrog of Chicago. I
I.who lived here three yean ago KATE: First tnserttoa 10< a Hue; subsequent Instctieo

If s (Continued From Page Five) I wt I. Homestead this week . ." S a Tia*

they were born children of a -"Dr. B. F. Eckman: left Wednesday -!

drunken Irish ditch digger and i a ( : :! for Covington, Ky, on business RENT LOST i

( tainted mother. It U a touching ; ."
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7b. ......... - tab..rlee. _-S. B. peten of Roanoke Va
Editor of th* Digest I ,
."t. The Inm t..tm .. ttw mmmm*mm FOR RENT=-By week or month REWARD for return of lost Masonic -
fi describe Jim Tully a.a a........ __ .... .1. IM*. 'arrived Thursday afternoon and ii in Povernir large room with diamond ring, bearing all

i head hobo whose unique atx} red-I< s Wetted w Ott task.f. _lass anti"saw... memos" sae- visiting" hit son-in-law, K. E. Sestier. adjoining bath. Phone $68..J. York Rite emblems, to Burnt \

ertul writing" hat brought -. (dll) Joiner, Seminole Hotel, Home
I wide fame." He one "Council met In regular aes- stead. (JJ)

: .n Akron daily paper and hat taU I Jan .. Htl slon on. Monday night, Jan. 3rd FOR SALE .

, nut knowledge of the "lubmerg "Realizing that nothing will Lewis Twyman JUISCELLANEOUSEXPERT
1 :"-or baa tbi ratio increased'?1 stimulate the literary tastes ol communication to reIn:1: FOR SALE-1.3 Ford; new motor -

I healthy wide-awake boy as much 1 for data regarding the resignation new Urea; can be aeen at PIANO TUNING-tl, :s

One of the column) puntter I as describing that which Interests of G. W. Moon and appointmentof I US N. W. Fifth St. Price $200 I any piano Repairing reasonable

Mid. the Pre.ld<<:llt'* recent cruise 1 them, R. L. Hamon Scoutmasterof R. E. Edward at town clerk, .was (PJ7) '''I' Any distance. Louis Stem 112 N.

the Caribbean tea was a "site'seeing" the Homestead Boy Scouts, had the Information being for the bene- W 2nd Ave. Miami. pfS-l0)
into i FOR SALE-Three-bumer. short-
trip. I ant Inclined to praise the boy.write composition tellIng ,fit of the bonding attorney . .' ,
.. I I chimney asbestos wick oil stove.Two .
of their trip. Carl Tweedell Real Estate Laaat
quotinf expression used I -8. H Edward U building .1
this by
man extremely economical,was awarded first prize, hit story bungalow on Eighth street for I burner oven, extra wick LOANS TO BUILD MODERNIZE,
by a Price $300. Mr*. Eva Collins
'With hit compliments: "Not half i ibad. being given below. The second i rental purpose. (Florida City I| Biscayne Drive and Federal REPAIR Residential. Grove '
place was awarded to Earl Matthews I .
." "Mrs. Ivan Moser I* teaching and Business Property
e cIt third prize going to James at Florida City School for the I Highway at Modello. (J3tf) From $30 to .OOO-frol\l C mo. to

of wonder where I Ian Wallam. 'A Trip to Bull Frog present pending obtaining a teach. FOR SALE-Good plow mule S ,.an.

f Are it I cause but the Hammock. . On Dec. 20, twenty- er to take the place of Miss Billie 1i Cheap for cash Curtis Lee No Down P.yment-No Red Tape

the song was recently originate made that I one Boy Scout met at the Homestead May, resigned." (Florida City) Halnlln Drive Goulds. Fla. pd 27 SMALL MONTHLY PAYMENTS
statement
fi High School to go below -"I. M. Leach died Thursday I $200 for W mo.-R<.p.r W38 mo.

BOIL (Broadcast.rfo Inc.musical) I receives I Royal Palm Park for a three day afternoon at S o'clock after a lingering $10. down and f 10. monthly full $500 for 36 mo<--Repay $1S.97 mo.

an .'." \ illness Mr. Leach was born price S2JO. buy S acre on west $1,500 for 40 mo.-Repay $32.50

1! composition per week and cat I'eamp"A little! girl arrived at the at Shamokln, Pa. was 68 yean of ..Ida Richard road 860-ft northof

\ to* only about ten of them, but 'home of J. H. Fisher and wife on age and had resided in our town Mowry drive H. N. Llch- mo.Ask for FREE Estimates

:sorting out the usable one employs Thursday morning. Mother and since 1915 A member of city council tenberg, Congress Building, Without ObligationWe
musical
a large force of ex ,child are doing well-and they expect h* had always been interestedin Miami. also have FHA. LOANS for
Lak
periL Meanwhile "Mighty al with careful nursing, that Jim the development of the town. II'OR New Homes, payable monthlyover
SALE-Used oil and electric
Row" get 8,000 repltltlont a
a'l:will pull through too. He leave a widow, Mrs. Minnie stovei. Smith-Crave Furniture 20-23 year
"Oh. Promise Me" goes up -
12,000 and "1 Love You Truly : -"Th' recently organized basket Leach, and four children Vernon, Co. (dStf) Let u< supply your BUILDING

I club, a department of the who resides in ,Chicago; Lester, NEEDS. Prompt Service.
I t
rt i tops them all ,with 23,000 repeti.Uon -i Longview Woman' club met at I who lives In Harrisburg, Pa.; Mar- EXCELLENT PURCHASE NewSroom BKOOKER LUMBER CO., IMC.

*. i I the home of the president, Mrs. )arse, a teacher in the Woman's house with 2'4 acre Phone (2 Homestead, Fla.

(Caspar William, at Modello Tuesday -I College at Tallahassee, and Ruby, House never occupied; bath

;A California university ..prote ; afternoon. A very profitableand who Is connected with the Miami I toilet, electric light reduced to WANTED r

tor hat been laboring a quarter, pleasant afternoon wa spent Metropolis. . (Florida City) $1,800. Term 1,000 cash, balance -

of a century to produce a species' learning this fine art. . Those _"Mr J. G. McSweeney !.eftlut I $125 per year for 5 year, TUTORING WANTED high

I of itingleat beet which causes I;present, were: Mrs. Cha Wledler, week.for a visit to her daughter -I Interest $%. No roaches,no termite school and grade school subject

+ Isaac to arise and Inquire, "Bu Mr*. Ceo Hanson, Mr. Peter Peterson Mrs. E. J. Dyal at Sharps, FU" *. no bed bug Better act Mrs. H. J. Armstrong, A. B,

i1 i1f Y will th' darned thing work?" I(! Mr*. E. M. Horton .In. F. (Princeton) I quickly. H. Cameron. Home Plummer drive\ and Country

Isaac, your point 1* well taken: the I,H. Whitney, Mrs. L. D. Wyman, DEC. 30, 1926"Since stead. Phone 72. (d6tf) dub road.CLEAN .

general principle baa been that the Mr*. H. F. Potter, Mr*. a C. Liep- the voting of the S3 O-,

,y higher tbe evolvement or civilization : ner, Mrs. E. C Loveland Mrs. F. 000 bond Issue recently little ha CHRISTMAS VINE plant and I RAGS WANTED VIE\

the let tha subject are Inclined !U Webster, Mr*. T H. Tucker, been said regarding It, and therefore young tropical almond tree exchange subscription or advwtlslng -

S to labor.'Continued ,: Mr*. Caspar William Mr. M. A. It ha* been taken for granted -I' for tale. Also cutting of purple for clean rags.Leader.
I bougalnvUlea. Mr*. N. O.
I Stull Misses Beetle Stoke, Alice that the county commissionersare Enterprise.MUn .
Ball 13 N. E. Eighth SUABOUT
: pressure It being ;Dennis and Edith William and asleep. This is rather an erroneous

brought to force this country Into'I Master Harold Weidler . impression, and should be .10-room house celled <. at lie D fnHUn( !. h MM ml

the world war, the latest i i"E, L. Lawrence of Damascus corrected They are now working -I throughout bath toilet wired lira W. Doll Kit Cmwu Btnrt. Clra.hM. .
nr-n: I Oboist t4 Omt .M DWn MM to
. ,r to the PreI on the county hlihwav and-- for electricity but not connected.nice .' ever the are d t..atos genre It hin
dent. signed by 160 "prominerf: expect, by next fall; to have a lawn, big barn with cement t owes grand that said ...,__
of "professional" Jurymen-those 1 DA.adaet be and ta kmty n.uln4 MM
.JW persona" urging that aU steps maybe highway from Florida City to Mis- . .
floor some pumping machinery;I u Ie tk* Hilmtt d C .I. fled a
(estimable gentlemen of leisure who
taken "necessary to the defeat' mi, such as w* may be proud of. also about six acre old mm mm mr before ..Mkif. UM SUIbnlfaM
I around d !D IS4I,
hang courthouse and Justice's ::J:1 dq .tMr.lee w
.:" of the axis power" Cordell Hut i I office waiting to be picked Several yean ago there wa a fruit, 2 acre seedling =cti till win k* Ubn mm
"ooUectior, plan suggested which the dis- ,3.1100.1Mak. a.alw.d kT Hbllt.km .
acid the signers were t by :3 acrea cleared. Priced
j up for jury duty. A Miami paper II tatlirtkw ....... that the M to
r ot who would profit' tance from her to Miami wit Owned _
war mongers of me an offer. by 5skllebd .row a vatic Ir ewe toe
by Its continuance." And Corder I I recently printed a picture a cor- shorteneed. This It being Improved an eaUte. H. A. Cameron! VMfcs la The tm9-KnW9rim.a mawe-
.
oner' Jury two of the member tmnr mklkkWI I* old CMnty state..rt5145.
Bull hat never been charged asa ; of which had served in ;0 other on now. The old Cutler HomesteadPhone. 72. (detf). This _.M .
Wing a man who "talked through road, starting Just this side of Coconut Clmll Quell awn
casts during the previous B. *. UATHRRMAN.lec. .
;; H* I seven Grove i* being scarified and FOR SALE Small house, furnished Clark ot Chemed Cwet.Se .
bat"a month One bad served
4 a seven,graded on down to its southern $1.000; $200 down and $1J L try 4._
and another ten time Call theca I C1o"-
a month with 6% interest Call
terminus at Perrine. A 20 foot .
:.. distinguished Ohio-born mac, next maybe mine, for contempt i5.14,15. for "
road I made L. O. Hall at Berger residence 71.MfHf.
being a vast improvement
t' wa died in Daniel New York Frohman on,Dec.about 20. the He of court. . over our preaent roads. (n20tf ( 6, 13, 20, 27, 1MO( Jan. I,Ml)

.r. '. The road will cut down the
highway -
last of the great theatrical pro- No wonder there are so many un AFRICAN VIOLETS -25c Me, xoriri or n n'ATION (
then N
cut the
ducen. He and his brother, a ways, through Tic. Mr*. Fred Fucht, Robert Foe OEM:
employed. Up in Minnesota I
a county and come In at Gould The I 'n._ I74S1Art. ml till
Charles were long-while associated ttd. (pd20) ,
one-man band that play thirty- Fill A." "
advantage of this will be Immediately
In the work. They were born N0.Y Make rt... that Ctrl t |UI..
two instrument teen by those acquaintedwith FOR SALE-Good used electric Warr .( (.... m4 CTn corwrate
ID. SandUlt). Charles died tom .... _
N* sea based the mtt ml t A. O.
jean ago At a lad Daniel went to the territory covered. The stove, cheap. Virgil 'on INS kM filed ..... In mr. oil'.... sod U.f .
REDUCED PRICEANNOUNCEQ new road will be at least three (nH-tf) __ ..,..... .r a in. r..d to lie Ir
:New York and became a copy-boj
.4 15..9. Saw CCnU.e ssh..dtw
mile shorter than the old rout
tor Horace Greeley the old twinni.a dwrra d pnw.rtp Is w
on .
)1 FORAMERICAN It will have fewer turn and eliminate I RARE TROPICAL PLANTS for coast o< .-" fII ..._. ...>.ILM
Tribune. Hi latter days were I.. Bkvk. I. a.. J_ Villa. a
.(. filled with hallowed memorial BOY two railroad crossings . . I' sale cheap )In. H. H. Ewing l.vk, Plot ...* IS. ,... 41. I. Ik*
J -"Mrs. Joe Burton went to Key I 15 N. E. $th It Homestead. C Mr W Dm*. ..... at .'.....*..
rather than riches for he practically West to visit Mrs. TW ....mitt ml said mtttmnr M4WIW j
Sunday Henry
depended upon a friend for (aietf). .U nifkM was I. Uw H W mil ,
Miller. Eh will be gone about a fink "%*." IMmhU
bit dally tustenaru lie ..provedtil with. 1M enawse..oat at .. _10.... .l a. mH swum.... ....n to nmnmtt
( old .adage "Laugh and the and wlf.a.d 11M A_. week."Carl OIL AND BOTTLE GAS stoves _Its tm 10... lk> nniil mmtittimtmtrrln
world with .<*. tnimut'poUMUo* far ken In aew.ts Schumacher son of from $1 Virgil will to MM .. Ik* htehM IHfcjM
laugh you; weep and up. Lyon.s27tt Ik coast bases doer .. tkt. rifts MOM
ak. .._ a M*.rtlo hi ... Henry Schumacher wall painfully *
you weep, lone." .uksripus end single eons ...... Here.atwe ) mtt .. ... Mnlk rtmnmrf. IN'. .kkk
Injured Monday afternoon while , .
a wDO Tkm mmiriit, see will Mil tar lrniicl ktk.IH4.rW FM.eev.eev N.
a spy M _.._ v for ..... Dated ikk soak tmr ml _'-. ]*4..
you recall MaJor Bow**' pee and U..* far tkiw Fear o* a nkfmmmlm (Continued on Page Eight) FOB SALE -Tropical plant, dt- C. I. LEA.THUMA.II,

wheel of fortune rigamarole- 5P sonan.M. rut tree and Uopleat\ fruit U Clark lIMo 01: c5wr Florida.C c-t,.
Barns
ire a ekase t. ......... Pd
*Round and Round be gas and kP, ..511,5.. .. T5. A.eri..a IN Cot NTT irocrt covar. DAD season Jungle Grove RedUiul ie Con* ",1.
;: COUNTY ruoaiDA.HI *r H. C. BtmM. IK aI
knows gee .b.ars.a that w .wbli.kd
wier* 'l'f 6.6 hawe wise ... .ode w ...rise .. IS4IS toad and Plummet drive. /.. 1. I*. It. 2. IM1> ,
.; Curing fortune s with Tmf mmt mM, Uxm.MittaM will met T-wa at Joki B. TOM*. D..w t
lade two important stops in MI- t. In" ml tMr s4vases .. NOTICE OF INTENTION TO HAKE APPLICATION M 'MIa aims Col's,. nln'r.orT1I
< I. TW A. riM. far. ..' : FOR
1 + Au.c..aR\ LtIIAILID I
DADa COUNTY.FLORIDA. hJtJ Emir
JUDICIAL CllOI./IT.
ami:.In Angus It brought to the hi ..... tmm mrm _*? ml Ito. c..... spites k bores slaw
r"J ; air-Tear old feeler child of a deceased 11--' 0..... ...... Ml OU Hmm mr nest nun sad maUOam. far Flul) IN CBANCE r Cmm Urn. ttmB.urr .
Mats/.. even jaw Davie"airend DlMkMM M mnitrte W tto a.to dI MormfnIColeoBaokrkpsat '
t onswwo-.a .
negro couple a fortune of s.h.J.h.cM ... J<*. .. Tower. mttmttl t and Chas Mink w. t roa Divoaca
rt fbrt
.lest ..
MM Otlrtr. UafcOTM D.U, ea 0..a.r aa..r.l a.-
day ml r ", IS41 I will wplr hUw >
flM.000; (Ye, there are a few Jim Tvr d.watlva Tld Moran. Cllbirl Led ws."Saw am = "I" =belmf
.....I All. r.i t sad 14 11.11I_. .. Numerable W. r sr"tcwas ittwmat r ..:.J.u.-kill, IIW is w rya1 ss..we dMtwd
colored people tat Miami Flews. far )
wealthy Dm4m Cmmmtr.
Masern is A M4 ashore Identified tkatm *wed anma .... GILaiKT ... Mwlew. 'rlrp DRA
.Chrbtmat Week it stopped at the wrlelrelp... wit' TtoMiu larger A.ar.ws Rep.M.we. Win as awl' rrrvt.. aM mad au I"at"Ml John B.ttorkwnmratria T+... DALL, the tM Awrt tkmta unH It aaeaidal M a7WL ...
sawasifte .
of widow a sate 4* armmUT aOtar tkuiUK .. 4.1 pub""
It-home with threedependants
r a .e.t taw no she..e and as we- 1 .4 Ik k.1 dPrhstr.
Sww < FUrtta. 4 to *
to Inform her that she led ... and .heats, paw I Tkb ImUmrat I."j"ia'* liowD. / and s M DIxIe Deg.ACETYLENE .
ean hi the fk.U" ,..... Greater D. te : =. the .:= me
a.e
was the sole heir to a IUPpoRdila'V:2OOO ltlr of H- to (I... S. 1*. If, 14. 141,) I W

A )left b1II eait- Wr the ear. "w M4 as-.j
lr i M k. mrmutrt
Nees .
. =41=1 saws wttk NM K I WELDING
t= : =
.
ices + F,6.4. as the grow
drug and chemical -
\ M bkrb who bee.T..eb. =;
baton war>: ro- ... t--A-% ;awlW and Y rand New Outfit
lid "fro** A..fnali j. seven+.....d aa.Ma."e .
.... HfcMfref 9-b=-- TMs..:; real that All Guaranteed :
as a arse '.. boo wed read The Aeae.a Work
te Maeriawntal a.e r-4-war Past -"" vim
IratMd of H out seems boo -" .. r0. rend 4. Tkrsbttbkthe PHONE $$1RSAM'S !
outer ... .. !
they used !lUIIIU. -;,:, i.. ... f.hosd ...h to. I IJwst.

** little cousin = baw.r. la..a .. -... wk iei.iae, st aber GARAGE
.
F In 4sea" W hares t0. Drift Weston

J l'1ocida'lI.* many antiquated sal-as TO..=:, tL A-- a+...... Was feed -data ..fPaton All .uJXAS: tL: free.
eared .... saw .. .. the. am wed a. Mlamhaw.arad
itvs-but. 110M"m re Jll tb.eaIqIJII to.. r.Mw .... ._ 4.5wer. wash aab..re -
its present Jury''I'ttem.h ha* Pews.laws... tat M sae par
;itfvmr gotten away from the taint =:',ttrmm tars e'sSi\ Bl*r 4 rt, DrvoM.to Tto Mkkku.AMrir*. Ltai.

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Pane EI bt THE ,:LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday. January a.'iw'Why l

blow turned the wheels of the Ford, er were run down by a truck .of
Not Sherbet For Dessert? 20 YEARS AGO turning it lidewayi. After sliding the night of Saturday, Novelaifelti
a distance the car turned completely fth, Mrs. Cahoon being iautantl1
By Katharine FltbtrPVMM over three times, landing Wed.'E.. . ,
CM right side up facing: the way It had A. Carter Is recuperating *
Seven
Hifutfffht lhtIf (Continued From Pap )
come. Myrlck if now at the Homestead after aa operation on his BUM,'
hunting on the Tamiaml canal! hospital where he hat been performed at the Homestead bo.:
you bate a good aotomatl refrigerator, fruit sherbet Is M trick with a party of friend Ht drew treated for surface Injuries. . Fox pital this week"Margaret
at all to make. It's just a question, mainly of making lIP a simple Mixture i shotgun out of a boat and la doing was given treatment and rushed -" Eloise Berger arrived *-*
putting: in the f::forterr, sad letting{ roar refrigerator de so accidentally discharged it, to Miami, where he If la a serious' December 24th to brighteV
Who Institute rest. The kUcbras., for Totting said started wheels. = our : getting Bit shot full in the arm.He .. condition . . ,. the home of Dr. and Mr., M. X
rU.tiag Ant this and
-
that that eae,, stacking time proDortioas and doseas of others, broubt 1s in the Miami City hospital, -"A daughter arrived *t the Berger." u','
'OJ1.II"'err fruit saerbete UkeTtaoee below loa will sad they otOF now for treatment" { borne of C A. Cox of Princeton on I. -"Mr. and M/W.o3. H. McL.tt;
tae aerleet dessert for sadist away a neei The R E. Caves grove, CM December: 24th. A present on and Mr*. Chambers of Burgew,,
It BII1IenaIJkSaerLeeIfltI of the oldest and best far this section -i Christmas Eve you might.y." vflle, Ont are visiting Mr. **4
wu sold this wok to W H, .....& W. Morrt.-and wile motored Mn. Elmer Ennis. They arrived,
,.: CMHtmultuftn Iftilttit) Simmons of Alabama. The grove;, to UerrlUs Island lest week Friday and expect to stay for Nis
-aft .,p.- .s had "pone a food share of which ia 0-,.., and spent Christmai with Ben's winter." |
old trees corns about U< a. W&UNWOth there being 20 Mm of pmeland "Rollln Chantbllsa, from Oeorgla. contract far lighting to DUlojj,*.
l ..a-red P ambA eI mwt..15s wear l.cllIlC1'81 ol glade involved i* arrived Friday last to spend Schneider no Tuesday night OihThursdty
---1 the daL Th consideration! view the holidays. wife his parents Mr.. the poles were shipped '
tit to...... wt..w stoned was $1700. The property and Mn. J. R. Chambllis" from Jacksonville and at this wrtt-t
located about one-half mile East: .."Mn-W.H. Burton and family Ins the transformer and other electrical .
==N.wh u.I buss thJITd..._-: ::K o. Kroroes comer betweea U and will teave this creek for Key West, material Is rolling tfjlsway.

Twi wish ..sessions-.r i ..*.r.r'M. .. the main highway."Christmas . where:Jher expect to;Irw. Mr. The tontractors expect jaihave
....Ws-.r.M.p. err..be.M.rh... w day WM turret Barters tus teea working there for everything hooked, up in 10,"
NavigateNiuN car WM.-Wd.._.w..r w s.han..tM=4= 1 by accident ia tM case of vice,eome time.** days after the material here'..4
.. M rte/lad e..ta' .... of the participants may result. After a lingering illness; following . w (Florida Qty.
ias/l/amtwa accident\ which her -"Dr. 3 A Smith U
a-.. Milk SkerWI fatally. White speeding down i aa expected,
Kroroe avenue ia a Ford touring,mother was (tilled. Miss.Zeda Ga .beck the"'litter part of the week.
fI.ul by, Goad H..".. ,., farat+.w} ear owned by Roy Myrlck who i boon aged IT,passed away at Miami .from MsdUon. Fla., where be and.
... f..t.w.w..M mom rise a.d e. Jsaaw tat.5t was with him. Wm. Fox truck hospital 143: Thursday after)bit family spent Christmas visit"
j 1\6.toulad....;"Ilow.. Sam % ...... 1s-ow a truck driven by frank Rue.The Boon. Miss Cahoon and her moth-ins relatives.'* *VffBH
w ilea. ,r-- ...- -
..d t11.
tl a J.Me I ey. .... "ter I. -

= now Is w..d I Bilk kr tOnttt u4 :t Wan d.
:
:d:s usul Mdt'to dt.d.d. $ a .
u t ".ui' Vie r
1':0': ::: :
) add
mitnl to M mUat tttUmt ... tr+..s sat ,.M...stw.W....., Ir raripwwwith tro..4n .. RANICLIN'SWE
iru aid *ad whip with:1oI": i tiI"..... Fresno untillr.'. A "' F
hour WON MnlM Mir sad MT. a into onto Matsui, sass.. :
Mm S M 4 MlM MU tot store.Pineapple>

SborM'oitinfrf

relied b, Good Innhmtl ,

II. rreMew.pw..d -.... sow. ... --.. ...... DELIVER

t ... -...-....... .... t"lawa _twaiM. L
1. .... ....d ....... .... n! .a.b Jule.will '
.... N- a For Eating
10 lbs
APPLES Z'c
ball 1 * tki t. *.t. . and war '--r.I!., *.. *44 the M Mw .,....
.. ..... .....
AM taM Jute 4 loMml.I IC | PNT IM* tat f to rt
...._tor .11Io mtrd ot....... MU.. and fmw now (MM ..bane.p
d and sea -.. .Mil Mlf; >Mi.> MM nM- a.e COBBIXK
a ZtT ai* =whip w .ba raw a link sail M4 l> ** w< HIM T A k>> kw krf-
.uk a tart wMI. laiKli, Sm- a. >:Mm t r 4 :.tttr sari POTATOES 10 lbs. 16c PREM

Orasife Sherbet

{'tISIM bin Goad H..j. "., I.r lfar.ltl.n laURa
f-tW.t.p.rwrd, a.pW.r.. OW .war __ ..... Can 19c
-- lea 6" accede ..... din ......... ,.. to ,...... LETTUCE 2 hds. 17 c -
....... -

craps Sherbet
Method by, Good H4.4069 lard a.1Is" SELECTED ANY BUND

bww tower.... taanw.4a sad - t..ta.h.w.t. YELLOW ONIONS 31bs. 8c
I K it r.... Nice M piwgle .... Is ....... ...... MILK
..... .... p t.N.q..r lass _.
.
Bury Old Batteries 'f-Je Stepping I roaD BOOKGREEN 21 3 Cans 21c
2Ibs.
LIMAS c
Broken China and There we're' murmurs aboard
the merchant, vessel when word
Tin Cans in Garden
;
spread the that the
hip would amoog not after crew all put In COFFEE Chase D Sanborn Al Ib. 18c

..........,. Jess S (I'N'- at the next port. The disappointment ted
WKU the averse newer lever WM too much for one man
1 Will aaMlear ,are..f might who leaped into the e*. and started i TAKCETCORNED FLESH HALF OK WHOLE:
I ever thtok W eld on CSJM were to swim for the shore.
et dry pen batteries and broke* The captain ordered a memberof BEEF PORK SHOULDERS Ib. 17c
obit platee aa teed fertiliser the crew to go after him and
Material, Major Edward T. bring him back before be reached Can 17c
It-.,WA ks.ws MA ehari.tad land. An exciting look-out kept COT noM TtAKUNOSSTEAKS I
.........,; ........ lIMIt an on deck posted regarding the lb. 25c
of the race \
use as a suer ef prevtdmgi progress .
newer bads with i ttwh Imr ir. "He's gaining a,'. raining! SMOKELESSCHARCOAL
teat fad eJeeatato aa Berea Two.hundred yards Fifty yards .w
1 feud to ymlverlaeS cUM treafeaat la a dozen strokes hell have him I TCNDHJDECD
Five more strokes A yard to : 17c:
) la ... eggs. saaagaawasaad go PICNIC HAMS lb.
I Greet Scott 3 Bags 25
slM provided "Woos tIC dry c

t eon batteries "What la it, What to JtT" asked .
Aseardlag to :.aaae. tf ftow : the skipper. FSXSH HALF OK WOOLS

es- losses -w bay sae tea "He'i passed Mm"Exchange. SCNBCBST PORK HAMS Ib. ; 1C
the tea before .........II weld .
de waeJi to leMKH'i he PEARS -
j ....... aad help Plato .

stud,. law- .tenaassttn.. wlUI'1 C. j. BROWN co. i No. 2y Can 17c ROLL CODNTET' ,BUTTER I..., 37c.


';f:: i t Rcfriftntion Service i iBleetrleal :
P eas or '
COUNTY KIST
Corn Scans, 5cVMA. :


1.1 raw! I... Contracting !I N-. .. FUDOES., Ft J r

'I. u._AMSCLANCV. ir CATSIBUMIBUMUtSAO I TOMATOES 5c 'STRAINED HONEY 25c,

Lady .Avenida"
puma: SM
Thane 64-n Bomesteed, Tla.
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JEWEL 1IVIJIt .4 .. .

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LARD 41b.pkg.32c ,MEAL GRITS 12cFINK


Broker Lwber Ct. fee.I : I ,_ WHouccftABr. ,

1 SALMON 2CaA8. ,29 c 'RICE 4k Ifc f
For Quality Limber CaH This Number "

FAINTS TOOLS I .. KAT I Ifc. Jar 'KXLLOO-S 'a ;.;... 1 i

HAitBWAXE, 62 SASH ... noose :: PURE PRESERVES 'CORN FLAKES 13c= .

1'."A.LOANS A. B. C. LOANS : '
CAMTBCLLtTOMATO AUIOtJIt'l SOaa*

HOMESTEAD FLORIDA i, SOUP 25-c DASH DOG FOOD" 25 c'

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