The leader-enterprise

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The leader-enterprise
Uniform Title:
Leader-enterprise (Homestead, Fla.)
Portion of title:
Leader enterprise
Place of Publication:
Homestead Fla
South Dade Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
February 8, 1935
Publication Date:


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
25.471189 x -80.468122


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).

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University of Florida
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33835104 ( OCLC )
AKP5867 ( NOTIS )
sn 95047482 ( LCCN )

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District and Expect Nancy Soon I

< h\ TO CONTINUE Mr. and Mrs Tnn).-* iAltiff.r the ..boom,-- can alula, .sod the reauU tool RESULT OF ONE MAN'S VOTE

parents or Nancy Carroll ihaimlnj that Naar and Terry landed to the

and popular moving picture alan "Paul... Show ot Hit". About two
visited the Hedland Pbttfcl yotei. yearn later Nancy broke Into the m.

OVER SUNDAYDecision day guests of Mr. and Mr* John Viet In Hollywood Terry waffled a CITY COMMITTEE STATES
P. Neaftwy of Modvlto and onea theater owner and oettted down.Nancy's .
house for them wu held yetnlfafternoon
tint picture, her father
.t Palmburtt Anc4 sit, -_ .
says, wa "Uidla Mutt Draw" Hot \
ift Palm drive and Tennessee iroadj
;. Reached by Club by Mr tteafaeyll associated, Mr?ant) tint starring picture wan "AbI.', TilE WEATHER No Legal Way to Exempt
Irish Roae" Her latent picture (Mlciul rieth.r nisi .1 thegygt.ygseerle I
on Scheduled Cloning Mm Robert Nichols who operate wa "Jealowry." .t Stouts. Itosued, eme Shows From License I a
"'r ha "anna" to )Ir. N."...'* reef

I' --Day-- hotel. Palmhurot Inn at ModellovMb On a visit I* the Orange Blomoia __ I! .*_I/I: Bar'' BelaViii. Is Claim t.
A Carroll u working on a. plot Foatlval In Radland yesterday Ma I. n 6/ ,,10.11 :
TO GIVE DAILY RADIO lure ui Hollywood\ OU>, but she and Mr* 1HI.! ordered a box ofryitalleed rab. a....... TI 4e 10.1uIle COUNCIL MEMBERS

NOTICE OF CHANGEW wrote her parents that she might fruit from Mr*. Clue I a I6Feb. NOT BU\MEI-ItlHl
join thorn In Miami this weekend Stewart to be Pent to their grnoehlld > .. 76 I I10.99reb.
If aha sets through with Ua picture Patricia. Nancy Carroll'* ulna : 71 : 10.11Feb. :
Al, BrodIe, H. Broad- '_1'014 dauahteV wlia I* with hey Fruit Festival Not Able to
In time It..* arrive. )ft. a.nMr < 0 .. 11 II 1.0 to
A {burst and G. Kosel Win *. LaHK will bring bar dew. t, another In Hollywood. Mr. and Mr*, Tab 1 T6 U 1'0:2\\ Pay License Fee of \

Exhibit Honors visit the Neafney' Mr. N..t..,'. UUIrt rocolxod. letter from .the $ a Day \
mother and M.... LaHlff ware girlhood key: West Chamber ef Commerce -IJQ

; 'be $4dlan4 Orange Blossom Feef school mat.a Ireland, and Wednesday extending a pressing Invitation STARTS GROVES let-Won' to enforce (the .iSO'a.4ar
.al which Wf.. Tuesday and wasitlpeauled they are diatsnthr retoM.. for Mia Carroll to visit the 'loons. ordinance relating to crab

L'W glass yesterday afternoon eoavtreatloA yeatwd Mr, bland City aa Its special Stout when FOR U. S. OFFICERS val, which resulted In canoolkutoa i
"She arrive In Florida. I
will continue through Sunday, UtHilT, who In spite of hla name Ot the HIS Redland District FruitFentlval. t\
aM dally radio announoement .f ; la aa charmingly Irish la his wife, ',; Among guests at the Palinhurt was not the decision ft one
\ the extension were started yesterday. told how NaiQy changed her name Annex during the visit of Mr. and TO BE RETIRED member of the council but of three ;1

fit*. decision was, reached yatet bite!! and; bar deter, Terry, uead It lira LaHlft yesterday were E. M.Valdion member of a committee aniMibX) \'
48 r by pR/clale] and ammtttmf ,t take part In amaeuf( of Wewark an old friend I by the eonncll Monday nUiht, a-
I Chi' Club .( Ale ReAtand,'-al East Side thdatt o1 of Mr. Latllft and Mr*. David Wai- Cot Alva Lee cHand Pick,' cording to a statement Issued ,...... .

} t/pfcll sponsors the annual Holland Nancy was born-jQ New Tork-and, droll of Mla I' Beaahl Usa VlrgintaBdwarda Army Men for Silver day over the signature of the threecommitteeinen '
'" rr* ;. to keep their parenla.froni flrtdlnt writer and poet of Colwm- Frank U HklH. A- {.
,First place In the fruit displays out about them 11tll, eO'IIJ"pe mum O, who hi a season guest of Palm Tract Campbell and Dr. Frank Haiuuna. "
wa*. swirled .yesterday 'II W. M. account fh.. anateur atUig\ Palmhuret Inn; Was Margaret Oregan The tatmnt, addressed I a* a
Brodla* t Redland, who In addition they took the name of the y< unt, of Far Rockaway, I 1 fo netting' : out his own exhibit "'or k. man who accompanied thnOar and Mr. ..nelM... B. IX Arnnd ef The Silver Palm.... for %and pick peered In a Miami newspaper ..t"'
ad untiringly In arranging the oonviminlry Flint Mtabj, season guests at Palm- ad" army officer *o they will have a I day morning said the _It"S S
exhibit and In telling vlaltonfc FOILA producer scout followed then burst Annex. W-oducUm Income property to retire 1 could not find any legal way to ill-
'bo oho ear 1 sus f ru Its on to 1. to when their period of active service low the carnival to operate without set j
;;W"D1a"a, awarded -'ji: la over I* the object ot Colonel AIM paying the license.i ;
83 Grade School Boys Lee, mho himself retired from the .
.reatlb, ... FIRE )A9TYQN''IN : anmr4n *a'liitoiV. unlh.' ?.. ....iii.l.lntinf nil,.n... ..."*
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r. 'R"27t !.. b 110 i. |f..New Plar BasketboUlElghty4hrfe"boyT'lrt'tf bra<*6flttflj'ko\ Into the InVtitmvRlwi land DlnH'fct Chamber! of Onrnnurr. y
\ sponsor of the annual fruit ,toOl I'III '
GROVE AREA I -tilth. iw, M* I* now a writer on paIIUra.1 h
booth. Mrs Frets Jackson her. said yeetterdepu"speaking '
II* contribute to
sixth Mventh and eighth graded oonotny.
|bad display\ of Jellle In the K;oael l lbooth. 'I ,.
a WVafaJ nminilnc for my/**!', And I 'J
and I the
are playing basketball under tyre dkreotlon tIhorafalMok. '
J\ Other commercial booth SEENPOSSIBLE of Charles MoGraoken _k hope (or the rest of the rliamliei at 1.
; Included those of :Mra. Clan Stewart'lI ,
\ comma dlroctaw we do not wish
r and physical education teacher for Yesterday with two ot the array
Redland Tropical Candy Co.. L. O. to erltlotM members of the city '
offlneri he baa "hand Cole
boys: In the Homestead ..bool.. The picked"
;'ii Ruggtea, :Mra. Dan U. Robert and of Homestead Gets .
Mayor fifth and sixth grade are formed onel R. W. Kinsman of Omaha Neb oounoll for the 4ellon to enform ,,
Mia Detollo Tamer, Cttra Product, I the Ueenee ertllnkno the
Co-operation of LionsIn Into a league ot six team with It who will retire In three or tour on carolVal.
}nc.. Florida Power Light Co., and
In the paM an ilvrilUlnr 14
Plea to CountyA boy i* are the seventh and eighth yeah and with )'re. Klnfftnan will
the Woman' Club. fund *t oils mill In the city bu'Utet tj
with i settle In silver Palm and Oulonel O
i ( boys Nash team play ono
Many ot the; commercial displays fire station In the heart of theRedland game a'woek O, Bill of Baltimore who) resigned clawed the oounell to donate the S1\
were confue4 to booth on tho front .Silver Palm section with a* A image for boy In the ninth from the army In Kit and proceeded equivalent of the license" !"' to I M
lawn of the Woman' Club building. apparatus MpcctlaUy\ designed. (a I tenth and eleventh grade I* planned to ,.rn.r. goodly. allan of chamber of "-111_. Tit ateac N
The community dtaplay and Individual fight grove and gnu flna was eeea to start next week. worldly food, Colonel Leo wa Intervfowed of that advortMiig fund i"u-
displays ot fruit and the FutureFarmer by Mayor P. B. Bird of Momeatead. The etandlng of the existing on the lawn of the old vision III thl y* r'e budget created trealised .
exhibit of vegetable were peaking to the Lion Club of the league are M follow R. R. Thomas estate, which" he boa a different "illuatloa. which woo not
hi the kttlct-cncloeed patio. District Tuesday nlgbt possible until toe III',,"
aa a FVtk awl limits Grades' ,...
Four hundred .aquar* feet of ... result of united effort U have mil. Team.....Captain W L Pet. Illteted.t *"1Ia": irarehaMd its The elulomeat ot the committee, '\
Mbit space filled with twenty-thro age for rural fir protection placed Tigers P. Bird .-..a, 1 0 1.000 acre In the Silver Palm area and ea,.. In Oak: "'Thtcltr vwmoU mat yIn
varieties of Vegetable* and other project In the county budget which I* won Monkey. K. Olson. 1 0 1.001 hag ui option on more land With regular session lust Monday nlgM, t
i produttt I* the way the Royal te be mad up. Red herds I. Wwln \ S I.... I* acres already In rrxtuelni avot Fb 4. and a Petition wog pmentodoondatlng I:

r Palm Chapter, Future Farmer of The !lose Cub| >> voted to ban aoemmltteo. Eagle, B. Godwin ..., t> a .tee 4o*, he I la now planting t* acres ol ID name ef merchant t',
America, met the community need prepare I resolution to be Coon, If Martin .. S 1 .GtO to Persian time H* came to rtortU of this city aaklag too lty councilto .:
d and challenge for a Vegetable dl. presented to the county eommuwlonen Midgets C, Kob'teon 1 .... < after right yeah In Callfor.ato enforce our license *rdln nce and :(
(Continued on Page Twelve) along with almllap .....1..11e".1 Seventh and Eighth Grades he aald because he learned thai lo charge regular light end water t
from other civIc organliatlana Town Captain' WL Pct In the territory couth of Miami rates to all mrnlvnla. 1
Mr. Bird said had been asked to doIfltewlM. could be that would "Attar discussing the matter a, '
I 11. II. S. to Play Flying L's Kentucky HcMlchael t 0 thing crown 'f
I Alabama, M. Bishop 1 0 1.000 grow nowhere else In the country"Think committee of three we appointed flit
In Homestead T o n i g h | the chamber 1\\
meet with of I
"For' aomo time" the Homestead I Michigan H. Ru* ... t 0 I.OQO ot three thing only that you commrrpoth
----e mayor said "I have been going Ohio, 1:. Hayimktr .". 0 I .oto can grow here-Penlan lime, mango following day **).Thl m.v.tlmrwa f
.a Homestead High Bchool'i vanity before the county commissioners to TIarida, O. Bishop .... 0 1 .00 and papayas; they are enoughto held with all member ot tho :
basketball team will play the Flying committee and after considerable
Bale them to afford u* some mean Indiana E. Peering 1 .000 make a man mettle her, ha aald ,
.,'. from Fort Lauderdale hero toSlight. discussion the commltt*' \
of fire con ret 1'h.. .r..4 and tip (t* aid Thomas grove are 10
This 1* a return engage.Spent farm area o| .Jhi Xedland" W trlo(: Man Drowned in Bay I taut mnngo. tire that. are full of could not find any legal way to allow ,;
homestead lost to Fort wlthotfl'paying
t* People come hero and Invest money Buried bloom and Colonel Leo I la lookingbrwnnt the carnival to operate
t>udertale there two ,week ago, at Naranja I the llctna
and then come bajek Pest year m4 t* pig crop of the dell ,I j LI,
Slit, Tuesday the local will go ; "Th committee was advlaed ky
find their grove burned up. Burial sertlgeee foa a t an 4e"II. <4 urull i
to Coral Gables to play Pone d*I are getting tired ot ft, %nd to art fled aa Frank 8t fTel of Flat River We canft Colrfnml on June I to our city attorney that due to tie. "

tMn.* : w*. W* want to get every grove Mo., whoa body wa picked up In select his location and has been living Continued on Page Nine) \ ;;
Friday to i
Homestead oat
owned In this district to sign a petition the Inland,waterway oft the double In Silver Pal .t V a month. Colonel -
", Stilton: her, IT-IS and Tuesday toRlvermloVMMtary tor this fir oqtnri'lnUlita\ *, canal ky the of the motor Klngmaa and Mr*. Klngman arrived Founder' Sister Will ::

9e-11., Academy at Hollywood and with title petition and these TMOration yacht Sally Ure'I afternoon, I I Saturday and Colonel Bill arrived Tell of 1 ..T. A. Origin r
our club ar paaalng we were held Monday afternoon In the Wednesday of thl| .,..k. Th 1//

'IRedland want to go to the communion In anIntelligent rhopol or Jill Mannja cemetery. by Kkigman will be returning aliorlty Mr*. Grace UcLelMn Bmlth, tarter :.
to Meet Miami manner and tell our atoryand the Rev. Alfred McDonald pastor of to Omaha, where Colonel Klngmanto of Alice JlcUUan Blrney Who,
Beach at Gym Tonight get this: fire protection the Sacred. Hoar Ckuroh. Burial on active duty *. chief ot stag nth originated eke P.-T AM Washing t
'I'll' commission will put ft Rod I there followed Itth division orgiinlied reserves: ton. D. C, thirty-eight yenta age,
Th undefeated Ida )I. Fisher land District fir control millet In Bteffel wa old to have disappeared U. B. army. ,will be tIM ipeaker at the P,.T. t.
pigb school basketball team, will the next tax budget It we put from a Miami hotel Jan. ST. A I The three cplonela, who art old Founder Don meeting In the auditorium -
'f dome to Redland High School tonight up enough requests for It" body was seen floating In Biscayne cronies, are going fishing I "tomorrowor of the Neva King Cooper f

fan an effort to extend It* winning George L. Swan advocated that Pay off: the peering estate Tuesday Sunday and a* often thereafteru School Tuesday afternoon at t.If.Mra. .,
atreak to mine gam*. Two tames the requests to the cowmlulon lie and was searched for wtho.u *uowa > they \hare an opportunity. Smith I* spending the winter ,
fc will b* playtd. Th "B" team will for men to operate and take cars *( tM bout eight hour tteoonalructlon of the old Thomas here with her eon-ln-law and daugh ,
Play tint starting at T:". the equipment a* well M for the Apparatus A coroner';* Jury In the court of house was carried out by W. JClark I ter. Mr. and Mr. Joel J. Hoblnn: **.
.''I Friday Redland won over Key Itself. Juatk of the foak B. L. Lowe at Homestead contractor. J, 1. Mine Nasal tfool fourth grad \1

We t SMI In a game at the Red- Th committee appointed to proper Tavenlw returned a verdict ofJrownUig. Roland I* In charge of scarifyigg' pupil will promo, a pia,..... Tar- Ii
I, kind gyms but loot Tuesday night on the resolution I* composed of The body wa* broughtto work In the grow tract ad of the rkfwer, *," which tbr
i-i th* aam oourt to Miami High. ItIt.Tueeday CharM Pratt, Charles Cox and Wile Homestead front the Key Largo (. R. Thomas Colonel 1M Bay., wroto and acted *. part ef their \\1
,'r Redland win play Miami mar H. Ca.t Angler Club dank by a Turner a. was a pioneer In the automobile January ebuowork.. Part of M :.
Jtdlaon at Miami. Wedn ed"y the Mr. Pratt wad b* believed that bulanco.Identineatlon. world whoa* can to yean ago w4 play .la In verse form. Nineyearold .
Farm Life boy will play Pone d* moat grass tire were deliberately was established to the ear of that day what the Franc Rushed will play a pie
1,, Loon In the Coral Cable gym and get, and ha thought there ought to through paper found la the drowned Packard, and Roll Royce Pro t* th* ano wh, "The Pride of the R.i
u! ;J'rIdtI1M, will go, to Port Lude Csntlnwd on bas Twelve) ma*'* clothing. ,tn ol May, /. i 1 Cleat." |tt

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J Friday February H, 193S.,i
P 'I" .. THE
A ace & oGRADUATE ------ -

loincntM.1 \'* Brooker Lumber Co. Rev. Walker to Preach
CAGE A small admission charge will be Masonic Sermon Sunday I
made to.I t fund to buy
PLAYERS FORM I *>,m equipment which la aadly lacking I Homestead GroceryJ
Lord' ta
The first IUD will start at "Th Plumb UM of
7:10 and UM second will begin a* I the subject of a sermon which the
R. C. N. Walker will preach In a
4-TEAMLEAGUE I noon a* UM clot la ever. I v I
Bach: team will be given two I Masonic service at 7:10: Sunday CASH SPECIALS 1
J evening In the First Baptist Church
wek to arrant Its lineup and after
Schedule of Games to Be that lineup will b* permanent. ot Homestead. FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
: and no team to to change playeri The Masonic wdBea of Homestead
Started NextWednesday
with another team or obtain new and Redltnd will attend In a body
player without the consent of all and the public I'a Invited. 25

} the tm In the league. ,- I STEAK lb. ............................................... ....
A basketball teem of four teems,
fconslsUnr of former players of theHomestead
Interest Said High

t I others and wb Rdland have moved high schoolsand to the In Townsend MeetingHigh Waldron'sWHOLE RIB STEW 2 lbs .................................. 25-
district was formed Monday night
, la the Homestead gjym at a meeting Interest In th* meeting of the 20C ,

f called! by Chae MeCrocken, coach Redland Townsend Club, to b* held PICNIC HAMS lb. ............................. .
or Homestead High School who will Sunday afternoon In the Redland
Farm Life School auditorium la anticipated
b* In chare of the league and refre
(. the first (am*. In view of recent developments I
I Tilt name of the team and tentative about the Townsend pension WHEAT Potatoes 10 Ibs.1.5c
respective personnel are a* plan In Washington, J. E. McCiuley ,
. follow: South Dad Towaend leader, aid RYE
Kwlland"- mud* up of former thla week
Re.lland High School boys and other At the Joint meeting of the Home-
, who live In the Rertlnnd section stead and Redland Club ]last Sunday, COFFEE RINGSCINNAMON SALT MACKEREL 2 for ................ 25c';
Donald Mulllns. Arthur Ilrnnmlnia Mark Chartrand rice-president, and
HociKt J. B. gnftrkman, Hats Elwood Thorne. """'tar)', of the BUNSAt
< dmD : Franklin McCall, R Three Score and Ten Club of Miami BUTTER 43LIBBY'S
1 dolph Qoemnan Bill Jackson and* denounced the adverse critlclmi of ROLL lb. .............................. !
:Paul Cox. the plan advanced by Walter LJpp-
Brookr Lumber Co."--on.18t-1 man In his syndicated article President All Grocers MILK 2061f

Ing of former homestead High Ernest P. Roberta of the Home- 3 tall cans ................. .
School boy and others who are lead club presided.
"orkln* hr*-Edn-ant Brooker. Roland >a.Iaar
b, Tolaon avid and Elmer Sullivan :
1 Marion ttiimmor, Wilburn I j jDon't Salmon tall can 1.0C .
+ 3id," Aniel Darrow and LawrenceCampbell. Bugs? ,

} "Homestead"-mode up of Horn-
stood boys who are engaged in farmnf TWO BUNCHES .
.-Garland Wynn, Lloyd Field.
Alton Horn, Maurice Jtnnnu, Boa CARROTS BEETS TURNIPS 15c.
'old Campbell and On Campbell let them worry you, for we are prepared .......
y! "Princeton"--about which little I*
to meet your every demand for insecticides
known: except that It Include boys 25c:
:- down for the winter and other from of all kinds. 5 Ibs. ....................................................
Florida City or elsewhere who de-
air to play, This. team will pr c-
lice In the Homestead gym Monday We also have a complete line of sprayingand SUGAR 25C
night to let a line on Its player 5 Ibs. ................................................
ti and their ability dusting equipment.
Games will b* played earn Wednesday
. night The schedule I* a* fol-
Iowa: Coffee crib: Z5c
t Feb. 1I ln.ton ,. iBrooker .1 ( .. .
Lumber Co. Itedland vu homestead. rlI. ...Ii.... _4 ,'.
Feb. ID-Princeton va Homestead
Ttedland Ta nf'OOhr Lumber Co. I BRED-RITE TOMATO JUICE 25c
Feb. JT-Princeton "I Rdlind. 3 cans ..................... ....
,. .
homestead ta Tlrooker Lumber Co. I
Mar -RedUnd va Homeittad. 13C31bll.

!Princeton Brooker Lumber Co. ] BANANAS ... ............................ ..
Mar II-Redland va Brooker.I
Lumber Co., Princeton v* Hometead. .

)'nr.. HommmJ vt Biookr The Kilgore Seed Co. rt ATINUM.11ANet1e 0 Atewas ''f
Lumber Co.. Princeton v. Roillnnd. ssaAa a I sae.a
Ib 2,0C
Mar 17-Princeton v* Dmoker
Lumber Co Redlam "I II>m'it a .\.r. -Prln.n is Homealad. MARYAIIII .j
i Hand "S Bronker 1llm1" tpr ,
r ,\ IIIP( )toB r- Rpllin w i


t ( Formerly "Roland's Bakery" } j

4 Vl'*'f"'r>f0 HAS MOVED 1




No change in ownership or management. The growth of our business simply de- 1

1 manded that we have more room for bakery and display room. Our new place

!' will open at 6 a. m. daily for the sale of fresh breakfast rolls, coffee cakes, bread j

1 and pastries of all kinds. .



COOKIES, 2doz. ........... ....... 30c BUTTERFLY ROLLS doz. .... 18c RADIO SPECIALS
(Regularly IOr, 9

DANISH PASTRY, doz -_. 30c I Listen to the Bakers' Broad- Orange Topped Cake ...__._...... 28c
BATH BUNS doz. ................ 30cflMkkiail cast Every Sunday Night.
Diffeml Honey Topped Coffee Cake .... 18c I

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Friday, February 8, 1935. THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Paw Three J

NEW I todsr luad temperature 41a\C'111ut6Dn. smooth engbM performance u the whoa ehrtfth to sup
CHEVROLET ,1Irak..1o.& \ .........less ..UM.of .electw-plated .piston wfch* In park rn*.e...*...iRevbrioM '
greatly Imilasiil M efficiency and considerably shortens the wM for et .aadaclx
TRUCKS SIIO\V ease of operation, now possessing the proper breakhvln of the enginela made In the variety ....
such feature u Hatter pedal pressure the %-ton model smoother operation vide for a wide variation NIII.I:1:1:
higher coefficient! of Antler In Is procured through the and for greater strength
IMPROVEMENTS the lining limited articulation of adoption of a new waved driven plate auxiliary springs at ..... '
brake ehoe, and Increased life ..rUnln. that eliminate chatter even at available for the IVHon
... A* a result..the new trucks light driving load application (aa Continued on Page
Detroli Feb Improved OM be stopped In half the distance
com l
merclal cur models formerly requiredImprovements ,
having more power
.In manifolding,
higher torque or pulling iblllty.
INn II)' increased braking efficiency! buretkm timing and valves,
and the adoption of the Chevrolet oa"'l
numerous Improvement In *n
name design of the Winter .. n
tine and chassis have been announced
for this years'a truck engine has resulted
hthe I
Motor CompanyIn
addition to theton truck of In a horsepower capacity of 1 CENTRAL SERVICE STATION
11!Inch wheelbase and the 1H ton TO In he ttll truck, a gain of u 1
truck horsepower over last year Maximum ,
of either IS] Inch or 1ST Inch
pu'.hit power Is developed with 160
wh..Ih."nlet thin year features KROME: AVE AT N. W. 2ND ST. I )
fool found* torque. at low engine ,
n new unit the Standard sedan -
pnp ,
lelherv intended for the fast IS NOW OWNED AND OPERATED 11V :
dispatch of light merchandise A m p I h i pee I rung* i l
A new > item of lubrication
wide variety of factory.built bodies} i!
eervei the l'an".11I, bearings of the
designed to meet the .
speclM require-1
The oil
con tertln7 rothi pump
menu of different Industries andtrades I forcer Ngh.pre"t'ire Juts of oil to I I G. W. I
I. available Prices remainat flow con.tanty! t'-m eta nobles, one Driggers
t I
the low levels established teat directed
In oath oil tnnh. upward
year. when Chevrolet led the Industry .
so ttal the stream are In the path I I
In truck
registrations. The '
of the connecting rod dippers M )
chassis prices, according to the Chevrolet they Bi-p-oarh and pass bottom dead I
announcement, art the lowestIn :center These dippers thus receive j AND WILL CONTINUE TO HANDLE
the world. oil during! a prolcnged period ot each :i ;
i ,
The Chevrolet models for UU retain revolution The high velocity of
the general characteristics of the dipper against the stream *f oiksd'ed I
Woco Gas
Pep and Seiberling and I
the previous. line In layout and design n the velocity of the oil Jets ,
: mechanically. however, they bul:da up a tremendous pressure that

.Incorporate added features man) refinements and the Insures bearing a copious supply ot oil to Tiolene Oil Yale Tires

Change In the engines Include Oil dilution to prevented by a patented .
Improved spark advance control, crankcase ventilator which Exide Batteries
heavier crankshaft wIth Improved discharges gasoline fumes and vapors I
'counts-weighting and harmonic balancer Into the air stream underneaththe I
selective balancing of rotating oil pan. The feature ot the yen
parts, high pressure oil stream tllator Is that the heavy oil vapors
lubrication to. connecting rod bean are trapped and condensed, to return
Inga, Increased oil pump op clt\., to the .crankcase a measureof r
electroplated platens, greater water economy,
,pump "apacltv and Improved chi An Important contribution t i


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gib is


Pi'1 lde

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As outstanding in operating

.e Deliveryjl: t economy as they are in price (111* alete$66o)

IM wn.wer>
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tait-T.a(urwh pick-ep,1465 ie..l Chevrolet offers Mill grejter these Chevrolet Track and /

talaei-the highest quality you buy fine, dependable, / el'A-T.eHlghlock.$743

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::1 Page FOOT LEADER Friday, February 8, 1935. (

THE LLIDER Mitri Gabbour to Show I Scientists on v"v b i: J.I'I THE LIBRARIAN CORNER .' ')I

l.bbshed ERIERPRISEl I Movies of Holy Land I IProrram tot NlpgvDr .JT X UL .. I. BOW, UKIURU9 f fLliAab il
rinse 11'h. y the lead Dade ,... I ..
i Met 0.-- .. boi. modes 0. J. 011001111 yV. 1 1Miami ...... WIN
ilaino_ 0.. I plrtares of a trip to Jovl.alem ale neeearrhtteheduI \t. ,, .oCU table of _&.... Of course.
fcK* &RC'IIEP wtf ....... other puce In the hear IUId to n.- d so the eA('A"' "'V ./ II dgne an trbepdgt 1d A r Carter wa the (.Mlnr hai...1. ea
lloa stead cbw.b.. dill ""--1 the ,...rt R N f1 J.f" the students did the work hut ]
.sOeM M aroead -- Inside\Church. of .lid N tattad". saadag.It 1 MOM ,,ss..t0iOt\ 1 1I I Tata/1y. "'hMhl 10-1 1. Myttyl. the lame th* UbrarUn felt quite
... ...... .+t to-sit "t '-' 0. 6% thrill when afro went out to U
MUM llarrk. IS. I.... *t IM PH rho: rlaptttt MI. Moodily 1 1I. I tM LIM Tavern 1f1'1
Wen at B.rwte.a. hisrtdlti moire I evonlab Mond tie who.m be." .......1 ...._ 1\. 1 I school to Wt Uttle Amerk-a as
She art .< Murk a. II:*. dM ChMTh. TMHtur .r..lnI .. Ruth Rhea N Vbo#% Mine *, the books and she thought mark In* library
I 1 I Program wW been .t T:-. M* ad'mom6m :::M -\ft ttaterial. ----. helped, too It... Jutproof one man
MiB. PRIG 11" A TEAR ,1 c fauw* wit be mode totVlnr aI Dr. itMNala Is \t! dot ftltitl the ..... 1104 fI$ k. of the theory that nut
Is- I I I free ON off... in be ..... shin led tot//A'P Ky Ih ffe4ry .Ural''o room .t thetpttt people who Pat.WAS the publicbrarr .
Not urotT i I .-.-.... ........& the == ,, V \r' $ llarva 140 IIdI oI door owtoffs read -to kill time .
am of .Sae. t. 240400 .1 owes III tom Mdltry tio pttoyuana on UtIle .uwrIft& Don't forget U read Little "U\4foi'l,j
{I t )' the Ho PIOIIU are haTlMrLutiMhy :t .......... Seppt and aril hihb4A Ryr%, and Ida eonNaVty lea" before this pedltk>n ha. b.t4entlrelr ,'
. n ', .. tinw an offlriBjIyH I I taaay other ...... Will I IWM be shows lor -= tip-wIIl 4vIi1VN,11five IM qo Airw4'ttdt rnpedltio.. beet to memory' and ).J '
+' >.>:./rtit: our lli. .I twentyflAk.ll. .1 1hr. .... r.-r wed appear n a 1 several hastAv1 t1N0 .. n.w.4 frvn, the Homwteady. will enjoy Peaculn ItUn.l alas. i I'
w I, a I llt ,..l>.. In .. Oliver aORt. [ ibllli.rtl cog u.a and torture OB the \ ti the UkMuvn HM bon week Ton ran visit mr' ? known rorag
..." ...or in .-letirUua '"* .1''vtMra Nick M book : .lassos as tile R. 1V. \ ; VN, .e,4A Ia the oeptdttedoa lit ot tile earth and heroine .rqu.lni
qu.rl.rmlry .rf roultlW. chefs,1-be rwrMted' his naive rained IN ry rAII AOwrtnM tW Slays built on with many people, without s
" "h. h SI'. II" l....and meakar* He win wake a hrktf talk at the oww tfI\ ,\ tows at tow school roostftlam. !...Ini JOur own comfortable c.
In .1 h t..... t-.. followed IM ka..*9h. morning aerrlr of Ih* fhurrk M, NeW'1\ t 4ll tool pay' 'WOI'II' sow tC ekalr If you think twt
.Ith' out lo-vr prarram and ewBn trod an ......,. 1 tTl'-' city, Milt to Mat Ev.rrlhlnV" day I'd like to III ntare and dthhm. .
it,1: tlm.?]>*- la IM geese 50th : Show IA\PIp l liCentfneod f"I ttyre..adq/at'trsu blllldlatr. ." begin right now In re4i;
an .... a ." h tu. been drerAbeda I Will Tell Grapefruit.Cure I / "*V" pall dos .k.i.nto. cow harm.lVfAtNi' what other men' have aeen. ant learn" ,
Ir 11 tenVp for conduct Ural I f\w".' line. radio rtatlon.. *vryirirt ... rVraMe travel I* a irreit ipirbTrr '
for Cold and Flu mil Ihlll wale to bepop. V II\\" 1 I t)** have read about In the It _Him.. ."d"l time Wtlv
11.r--I. Da......... lrlw-Club, 1-"" PIer- i:no panel,"""" v,I ." I: f,., stay ramp hM been repr I."" \u>-i", Hi.i It lviu> IH Bay tot0 model wt the Ao* fell ono k, farmed to
1.1. gt.parsa a day will hoop :.A.I .
,. It. I than formerly. tool.V"" I bet f lire vmp Kt the bttf and girls A humane agent In northern Ml*
''Ing 01 ,. ,I",w.l a* a l.m-. fill way"That I ,n. for the Onto I'J'l'f \ /"j' 'Wt IN/V city be buried by !<.. ant neeota wa railed one .Ia,' in the
variation jVJp
I I, I."). I 11, that npirlt but tin ,1. BUtrniWHt or Km statements or i tight or fragile / Nlbw. 'then all did Byrd mentfW country where a man wan np.rt4
backed by
T It
It. "ea'h do ......... MhaeaMag eer ,'1':.oodl..1 nthoHUM.up te to b* used II)' I The MW ivdaHnew 6"' VfI':, fl'i* tunnvto Ih.utJI the 'noW ''. a. not properly feeding hi. liorw.
....... ... Standard ,,p I. : .. .
.pact of It ate the :: tic rtortda Citrus liwlllut In pub- 1 4. ..'I ,ifMi b *Va>t f* n building
r-Uher body or I"'Sf.I':,IVf dil tp E air
:;- n. i' rut \jnim of < harax-ur. orn i; Itchy and drwtMnc during the'_.._ ., the I\ : \- .I plprlr. k"that
n ale pod faith Kid ewltaaean winter of I til .. when InfluMMa .toxpertxt I .
I -r,lce ill f....Mfulne.. of -.If.n to reach epidemic propertudV with iHKdrartnounoed jl'ilif'tf, / -I.AV* a M stool prnttiln
need of othT h>' ("h.t' 1\' \ l' JIJ tIM'k'M .1tllW" 11 we r *tlff tovkli*. Markkrd
t' membrane iy l .,
... '.1 4 4agent.
C whatr
"Hay for th
inquired *
,. already made .Kporfot I one-d .1'1\1" \1 ehI arkNll 11Im 411 .pevlal III dtgalfftt -
.... the h'U..I. II 0k.l '4.4 A. .Indowir [ .'
T one K iut :Mow alone and wen to I" fterMa Citrus Institute show I ( / arrow I .
.1..11). 10 provide Yi .f\ \ "H to feed the bo .. ,.pW'
h .1 n mean lo Aaiirlran life a* that Bbml IM of fresh KlorMa 11 "h..l where it is maitittlW lion fru\I. ..rttNI...,. .......fI"I.1t. b linn service for "I ,e r t+r l tee until will Ultf'tnneO, and one. the man.-National Human R"
I', .l-ueaad M4 .. H aai tale bath. a prvVntlte and cure for businesses Mnd_' I II//;MA pt lfs t, bw it 'ro,. : 'M .
to t ..out to clean. H. keep clean coM aId lariuwt. both of which V v .,
II .,'1 ind thtxwbl eland* for clean are forerunners of pneumonia.
"I".. II ..leaw ...,-t. thew MUM aM
1.,...1. with a covert rtWW'd." If "T B" r Mort With my tv*, Potter Food Store
t I Ie Ipart It the tame. It to a "N r' 1$1 liJ cnrr A-.-. parent will -No: b* COM hk tear and I ohi
....I for hli ion *." AMUMn Bulletin.F 4r 1 10PENDENT GROCERY

Cloth Alt> lb. Fancy Blue RoseSUGjkk1iic ;

Rt Hams ISc RICE ;

51 A 5 Ibs. '
V 1/te/ l lb.

24G \lck Roast lScOsctAlf 24c

'" ........ Blue Label
do'e' 1b. Rib Ib.

HARDWARE, LUMBER AND TE f't hi c n 32c Stew 121/Zc KARO'J can ,'

oin. T-Bone or
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FISHING TACKLE Lux Tg1/et' ''b'

FARM IMPLEMENTS 80.\\1 jL23C 3 tall cansISc ,

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3 p"V ftOASTID.

W. D. HORNE CO.I 2 I lb. 30cCampbell'sTomato :.

F. L. SKILL, Owner -16C 42cSljftulder

Buy it in Homestead Snovtyrity3l vw, Ib. SOUP

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11 N. Krome Ave. Phone 507-J Roast 23c 25ci
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es. 10 Ibs. . ISc Over'tel1
Assorted Life
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Annie Mayhew Fitzpatrick Flavors 'a eel Potatoes. 5lbs. 14c hobo. s loci

Jello 'fJAA

Ortduate Oberlin Conservatory and Royal \ k nuns, ,3 lbs. . 13c SOAP3p4&4tbV Peas
Conservatory of Leipzig

f.'c f Atttat e. 2 beads, ... 19c sera fin


Winesap Apples) 5 lbs .28c
Rtdland Road!, Near Biscayne Drift Phone 1422
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MaYOJ1i'a i jV% vi ArIll ease lb. Peaches

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Friday, February 8, 1985. THE ENTERPRISE Paste Five j! .

K ELECTION MAR. 26; Retired Civil Engineer .I IBOY SCOUTS TOIIIEARNATION'S I Will bo oartld tarwanl UMMH.iWt at the slug I* UM akmtiHi tu l MMarch I
t jU.* year. it In every ...-IMI'III nut
Dies In Florida
A high point of theelbratlun dlntrlit Ui iwlnl Klox.1 trueteen -
ON SCHOOL LEVYAND I will MAW In Atkreet when U>1KihtawaaVI and vote the usual school tax

Julius Meyer, 81. who hud livedat .bur will lather ti *'**. of III milt that enables the Mthoela ".

TRUSTEES the blame ., II... B.H Hdwardvof I Ington. D: CO". to camp together In to continue nn.n<-lnNMe \'. I

FteHd City for the pM sevenyeah CHIEF TONIGHT the tint National Hew JamboreeIn urged that all owner "f real {
and had .been *. Invalid for the t'nlted States far a ported at
or imnwiol property Say their last
Local fairly year died Saturday from kidney tea daja It will b* 1M t.aiiit order ..
Board Member Says tan by Match I In- to l
trouble. The body wait sent Homeettwj'i 41 Boy grout plan outdoor buy event In American his.I j
qualified to vote In this election an
Poll Taxes Must Be t* Orlando for cremation Mondayby I* listen to PreoIdIInt Huoeevelt wry and opening on August II will the deficit aalMjMMd uue k. the
the Turner Funeral Home. Bu+ address over WQAM at !:C& this owittnue with dally demonirtratloiu,
Paid by Mar. 2 home *ml exemption amendment
al will be la New York CHy.Ur evening when he opens the OIehra'J dhvikiy and esMblu W soot. aotlvlile would
make the l -mill levy nhaolutvry -
Meyer, who was a retired cill tlna of the twwty-finh I till August 10.
Every effort should be made to engineer, earns t* Florida City for of the order. said. the n... A. MHefitUI t* the operation 01
"I the schools even at the bexlnnln of
let the property owners of the county a vtalt and liked the dfatrlct' *o much KoeetUne. *out...*te of the "
to pay their poll to* by Mar. Iso that he duelded to ***. H* wa President Roosevelt will speak Men ROTES 'SPONSOR Mil whom termI1 .}
they cm vote for the usual tm bora In (torniaay and cam t* of the greatest audlenc, ** of >4I 1 taxes nr 1114 came dm nfierIk
min M bowl ta< In the school trustee Amerk fifty year ago boy that bw vr beeo gathered time for u.linnulon to vale In

election of Mar It, hero.t.. N. H* I Is survived by .....,. ,11'1I. when he broadroel a greeting tram '! BOTH TROOPS OFSCOUTSJN : the election of .loot No\emhri" amt
Walker county school board member 8. Rmuteny a brother, Theodore the White House t* the Boy Scouts voters pilot now b* able to pm-hire'
laid mwitUm at the !lou_'.",* Meyer, and a nephew l>r. H. W.'of Am....... They WIll have ar ;, CITY re. .lit.. for IUSI and 1014 t In etdrr i
P-T. A. executive commute and Meyer, all of New York City. warbled" a nlllloa strong to kearj I[ to tote on March It. y ya"

room mother In a meeting held hith His estate In New York wo Mt. the President In meeting ilaou Ini I f
c "ufeterla of the Neva King Cooper 10 every town city and village, and on I
ft hoot Tuewlay This mlluurftU relatives'WOLFE -- the farm. With 1"will be l] Redland Student Talks THIRO

more vital now than'beto.... MId listening u vast throng *f the on Women's College .AB

Mm Walker, because the homestead berenlp of formfr naiit*__,'' at Tallahassee
exemption amendment will probably I AND TOYCOAUTHORS persons In all, have been melll'l !

cut a quarter at a million dollar with the scout movement In The Homestead. Rotary Oluh will
front the county school fund. quarter of a c mince It
l OF urn I I art an spanner for both the they
Liquid soap and container for U dtahltolrad m the 8Ute I'Hranta and dirt Scouts of Homv"t .

will be put In the Homestead schools, Thousands of other who are interested ':. ail. aa the result of action taken t
the executive board dnclded Five i NEW BULLETIN In the ooout program and It* by the club at its meeting \V... A PALM '

dollars. WM donated. to the high service to the boyhood of Amerka i'day noon In the Lesion hulldllllr.lIcDulIIIt' ;
whorl library., and book for children' I will gjo to make up the vast throng I .n..1 I EI
I of listeners. A. A. bwetllne, '
of a needy family were paid for. Free Copies of Treatise on i
.by request U advise. the lute
The report of the treasurer, Mrt.H. I Avocados Available i The President wQl speak a* anwniber I tar' to whether or not his troop d..1'tho I
of the Hoy Scout of Amen
r MdlanlKl showed |10I.It In '
club* ,mid the had
the bank-till.IT belonging to the to Anyone I Ira with which h* has been IJonll- signor troop
been thrilled al the when
cafeteria and II It.II In the fled! for almost a decade and a half I prospect I
: told of It. The Rotary Club had
(Clulnnvllle Feb. T-Latent Information M president. of the bury Baout KouniMt -
been unofflclulljf" sponsoring the Girl 1
Mr J.' T. available .. of New York City. .
Vann cafeteria chain about the production ThOll Scout troop, and a motion was made
man. read the cafeteria report forth of avocados In Florida has beenaoaemhled broadcast will end at I p. m.
that both b al land
troops given the <
drat MmnUr It showed |lon U.<, In r pow bulletin by the standard time.President Interest* club GeneralPublic
hand June 1, ..... and ".'''II Florida Agricultural Experiment Sta. Roosevelt mill b* Introduced I
In receipts to Ago. II. ..... a. total tlon Till compendium fill a da to the radio audience by Walter Ulna Lola Robert' student of R of ".HU', Operating expenses forth mand. of lone standing, mince there W. Head, the president. of the land High School present In the In- :
period totaled II.III.II, screens ban been lw'"",.h'nt ...t In I'row.1 Boy Scout of'America who willspeak temt of Florida State College week oIlome.le.d
had COM |1'01 and a ventilator 111 Ins avocado during the but from the auditorium In 8t with MlM Marguerite doodinofl. shoes IDoVltl ; "

total of IU4III. Thebulnnj*. al yean. lev.r'l Louis where ten thousand Boy sponsor of that achool Junior clan,
In IM! bank on Sept. 11 wo '111.. The bulletin .wo written by Dr Swats will participate In a treat gave an Informative and well delivered ---- -

4', the cafeteria had deposited III.. IL 8 Wolf, horticulturist In charge smut circus to celebrate the open- talk on the standing and advantage

7| on Nov. it and til.II on Jan. I, of the branch experbnent elation at Ingof the anniversary period In of the woman'/ college. at Tullahaiweo. .. t.
1118-a total of IKI.17 In the bank. Homestead L. It. Toy former ** that city Dr. James E. West I She sold that Florida uonttlHMKTKl J r
This with the expenditure totaled latant horticulturist there. and Dr. chief scout executive will also par- State In one of only 111 college that t '
11411.70. A. I* Btahl of the horticulture department Uclpnt At the close of the ........1.1dent' have been awarded a charteror a AND IIOIhrHOU:

Each P.M. A. U supposed 1* have at the vain station at broadcast the vast conooureeof Phi Belo Kappa honor society, 1"1'(1I.ITI: t4 '
a mQl""" chorus, the president QalneavllleExtierlment counts will Und together where- which admit to membership only IrJt"'AL rosin!ON b

JIr.. a: O I." aaid and on- effort station aiithorltlea an- ever they may be and repeat together students of the lilcbeat scholastic rt" erlii. .....- IHilrHMrs. .

'I0111 lad\:.m73MLj gel one not noe that free, of datamanager '
7 Mr.Jt.sJT1l tt l3rten let In, fa&nfbef If"will b* *opi>n ij ,, oerrniony "Identified L. R. 8ommr of the .
served eoffe*. to rwrlilu. residents on reguent with this scout movement from Ui Homestead schools called attention N. W. rirat Arteee .
t 4 earnest day The ceremonies this
Dr Wolfe sold lest night that lingaie but \ tn Boy
Bishop Keeney to SpeakIn : bUy.
bulletin containot" uWalnsd th"l shout Vutk ith to 14th !

Redland on Sunday studies and *.|xierlmew by state and usher In a celebration l wuich I Ij
and federal specialists a* WU as
from the pre"tlcal.xperl..n". of avocado I
l.Ulwu T.
If. Kecney presiding For TomatoesUse
bishop of the Atlanta" area of the growera. It deal w lth septa, REDLANDS CAFE

MethodM .Eplapopal Church, will trUIInu'. disease control awl the Mr*. .\. \........, Prow
preach at the Redland Community various other phases of avocHilo1)
I I.\R l.rxrllllOe
Church Sunday at the 11 clock non i production that Interest both the
vice announce the nev. B F Tarr. eilnbllahoil avocado grower and
pastor of the church the one. who I* Just starling or plan I'lUIMlTK ale VIITK Sr:H\'l('K Soilade

Bishop Keeney I I. one of the moat ning u> engage In the production i

ovlHtandlnf bishops of the church, of avocado
Mid Mr. Tarr H* hen dlatlngul.h. A supply of the bulletin will be
ed himself In educational work at available at the 01l'1c. of the county }

applied to a better trained ministry agent C. H. Steffanl. In both Homestead ,.
both In this country and abroad. For and Miami or copies may be
a number of year he worked In obtained by writing to the Florida 740 N. E. 90th Street n (

China hut since 1921 a* baa been located j i Agricultural EXii'Iment Station at Miami Florida Your insurance of higher quality longer lived,
at Atlanta-. I Gulneivlll ,

healthier vines and better yields. \'.


On the merits of its results alone SOILADE

Is fast becoming the leader of the fertilizer field.A .


formula for every crop and every soil.

I by using best quality fertilizer.


We invite your inspection of e

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potato crops grown with Homestead, Fla.

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Jasre Six THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Friday, February 8, 1935. Ii. i

Wlleon Lowe la Redland during the Mr* R. W. MaKln. )i.... B. J.Bun. Jottanl IMibln were Sunday guests 'J!
Orange Blossom Festival Included ..*. Mn. John Roh...... Mr*. O. of Dr. and Mre. 8. .. Shield. I

Ml* Alma K_" Mr, Low*'* ooualn C. Hot. M.... Anna Beer Mm. M. T. ; In and Around from New York and John W Wooding. )In. Lucy CHntm. Mr.. Johnnie Becker la reported to be P 1 1I
Wi-aa-a who' are spending the winter K. M. Leonard, Mr*. B. F. Tarr. MIL 111 at his home on Falin aveque.Mn 11
I with friends In South Miami. & L Bhlekta. Mr*. J. H. akle..
Mr D. B. Snow Mr*. Emanuel R. J. Shepherd aad Kim Jaa .. ,'
Smith. 101.... M. L. Kennedy. Mr*. M. Dobbin are attending "ml..
Homestead Frank Hamilton of
Mr and Mra.
Chart Clinton and Mrs. John elonary meeting In Miami this week
1 Spencer. N. C., aad Mr. Hamilton'. .'
etote.I..-..... Mra. B J. Hamilton of
Mr*. Nina Brandenburg Miami
Charlotte, N. C.. taKd Mr. and MIL f
Mr. sad Mra. ilurrey Bean of spent Sunday .her with her parent,
F L. MoHwaln Tueaday. e
ti a" 1'.ii hum of rierelanil 0., In Inter and brother-le-low. Ur and MoorefleM W. Va., are ae peeled Mr. and Mr*. R B. Scott!

01flK ,I.I. "10 nrrlv* Saturday to upend Mm II B. Seattle and her brother The Her. a Wm. Palmer of Ml.ami soon for a vlalt with Mr*. Bean'
U" t-t ut: the/ winter with his. tog Claus Jrlnold. Oo their way her visited hi. parent the Her. and oouiln. Mr. and Mr*. J. H. Simmon Recent guests at the home of Mn, ;
Do., I "IuahterIn-law. Mr. and Mri they visited Ur CNtar'anlatfves In Mrs W. J. Palmer. In Sliver Palm and Mrs J. H. Simmons were: Mr
C I I I' "'olI' Jacksonville and Bt.! Cloud. Fla They NUllda. I Loaal friend have reeelved. .... and Mra I,. O Braltenback of Irv
art returning by way of Now Or.lases iMnat of the marriage oa Jan. laa-ton N. J.. Mini Edna Breltenback

!J.11 r\ ttnwman it Onrmntown, S. F. Pitch I Is ragrrartiiv from *n I M of Bob BIHa to MI. Neva Boyle (Continued on 1'... Seven)

I'lL mid hit daiulii'i. HIM Elale attack of influaan.Mr of Bnoaartll Ind.. Bob Bill spent
M--u, ,nrlvnl Sunday to visitfwwI. Mr. and Mn Ben Morris announce two winter tu Florida City and has
I I.. In the illHlili, I :Mr Bow"ill the birth of a TH-pound daughter.Thunday and Mr. William Brnenlxuh many friends her*. r
n,,," twit Ati mi,,'I :Mr" A. G.RtI night of hut week In the plan to *o Saturday to their Chant I I\5NTir THE: i ..1l8PE'IL ?I e
i. 'in I IbHllaiil, I Inn week tad Hunt --'.... she kite bean named ham tor a fw days.FLORIDA. Mr and Mra Alvin Green and i A
MI., I n"O".n will rich ji Mr and 1\1.... aides BUaaboU daughter, Mary, of Cordol, 0..... ar u
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r ,1.,,wider in, lI"n.lp'ufor CITY visiting at the II M. Brown born.In k
a II"nth, Win Krorne who h attending the Florida City. .1 4 a

t'nlvenltr/ of Florida at OalnMrllle.xiHnt .. Mrs, W. W. tie..ry, Correspondent YOU,PUFF, THIS

i n I. I'npll., tt ,Inn I J"II''d( In Sunday Monday and Tued*, ...- Joe Don returned Saturday GIRL iS GETTING
II ''I., 11" yeartrnt I bark ulih lil. mother lire W J. Krome. Mr and Mra Morrl tHrvajrman from a loudness trip to Pittsburgh, I DRf TTI OrE II

Ii IJ" ,earn letter Il'Iu.1 ref save a farewell parr at their home Pa. I RY DAY .
II,.r Pi'am'la Awards!: who baa
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'1't tld the "In"I" IIh :%Il' Tuesday evening: In honor of NewYork I a
v \1 'J,,",.. i.4-1 III I Iltolr, holttuIt I"t,i\iKltinn' her und and aunt. relatives and friend who left Mrs.\ K. M Leonard I* a guest. .it I ..
,. Mi and :Mr. K E. Edward. for 11.... HobiutBrookett
I t invp I Wednesday. after n two.week. visit the horn of Mr. and r
a>'u'ml eeki ,returned to her horn .
I I'I 1 with Mr and Mr, *. SlUerman In SHE BUYS ALL, OF US
In alt lIturd,, '. 4'J
"I' lienul'. .,n"1 h" mother ) I the house |party were Mr. and Mr*. BEAUTY105 ATHARMACY
\ I t Tnp, IVtn. end I a/Slot l l | Edw. Sherman Mm Beanie Chr- Mr. and Mn deo Rehhlnv of Mlami J
I lit i' fan, Inn II Teeter, a pr.rlrKnor 1
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llthl.lne ml 1 ILIIIIILMINNN
11"" h ? i t i n TMIIDOI' .Ol1. gull\ re- ''nol. Mm flow Kaplan Mn Alsochetaen KIM Eleanor popi'
the MIM.I.-HI Culture Howl atDal
t ", ," I ,' from I'lHt-.t i'J liwhere i I $ Armo Jan Kaplan Pen ,
,<\IIIN.. Y. which In owned NNNLMNINNNN.NN W MM
\ .> i>n ril.-n.ln Find 8llvrman and Jerk (JoMborf. Th ..
; ; :, I.'I.I I the l>rn rr VlrKodden r"onndHtkin.
I 'J Tappet, nun andAI" : I other guests wen: Mr. and Mr. BomBllveinun
to Spending fete weeks with Mr. OUR NEWEUGENE
'I 1 :Mi THAT
.p"'' 'onto melMitlnn of Miami and their con, IIt
and l Mrs.. A. J. VmiMarivrMr -. HAS GOODINTILUOENCI
:All I: tot' III Hom..o! Ronnie; Mr and Mn Max O'Koon
} and M... P. Bunts of Louisville K,.; I
and Mm. C. Ham B. Curry of LOOKS I
Mr end I Mm A Wl.Wu!04 Mr. and Ml.*. Jenny Jerkin of Miami Beach
Key Wet spent fast week end In the
Mt" I: Iloltlner votet1711theong and Eddie Sllverman.Mary J11
|i." Fmi.liy ...ffr... 9. Copping Hedland Dltlot' u guests of Mr. hat
Kniiih and Ir nephew II. Broad- 'and )11'.. Harry Pierce of HoinaeteaJ Torrlna entertained a few, I I. equipped with voltmeter" and
Mr. Curry, who III clerk of the circuit C
II it Anchor Lode of her friend on Sunday, her fife time cluck to Insure lately and
court of Monroe County, la a brotherof teenth birthday anniversary. Cake, quality Jll'orlIII the following ,
Mr. Arthur Wolf. of New York Mri. Pierce.M. styles
candy, punch and nut were served ,
1 City *i ford. Saturday to visit her. I to those present Dorothy Defiler, II'et
son an I daiiKhter-ln. Or and Ei Fletcher, former automobile Annie Melambra Billy Qeronlmo. ElGENECROqnONOLB eta
tttf II. R Wolf, for a month. dealer of Homestead, arrived from Willie[ Angelln Owen Simmons and lit

.Georgia Wednesday night to become I several Miami friend. SPIRAL IIII
Mrs, Henry PrMvcn and her Mr, connected with the sales staff of
Itenry Jr of Jacksonville arrived Redland Motor, Ino'I I Th n... J. W. Johnson of Eau HtlDlTSATlHDVTCOTY'S Ir0th

Wednesday tG visit Mr*. PrMrn'i Qalll. former pastor of the Community FACE FOWDER
brothei.In-law and tutor Mr. and l lMr Mr. .and Mre. Oeo. Cooper Mr. Church )I..*. Johnson and Mr. Operator el Beauty parlor... ,
*. n. E. Edward until Monday.Mr !and U... Charles Oramlth and Mre. and Mra. Saps EIII of Booneville.Ill. MISS ULT DROWNBush's H.10 value .". &I
-t Aaort* WedeL. all of Chicaco ap nttueeday .. were Thursday and Friday *llton 69c "lilt
and Urn, John Gberlloh and ; with.Mr. and Mra. A. O. 1'l1'lorida City.,, They were aoompanled .w e//
Auithler Smllrv ..f Cleveland. O. Raab. by III 1aMo. Barbara andMarjorl Barber Shop :w
felted Mi and Mr. C. J. Pitman EI1I I* of BoonivllU who ; .' !
laM w.ekMi )'.. J. R. Byrunt of OreenTllle, were guests of Mia FtoMl' Oorday ANDBeauty d7
1 8. C.. arrived Monday t. visit hereon II'I
and Mr* Ofo. B Cellar of and ilaguhler-ln-Uw, Mr. and The Florida City Ladle Aid of Parlor
ChlllKotha. O. left yesterday after : Mr*. J. R. Byrum for a few week the Community Church met Wednesday IOMESTEADPHARMACY IIdl

spending a week with ....... Cellar I' afternoon at the homo of M.... .NORTH\ KROME A VII. '. ..
I mother Mr. Cora Belt Orlnuld. hr I VWtore at the horn o. M.... Josef. H. J. ThOM present,were .NNN.NNN.NN.NP.NNNNNP., 'b

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complete stock of Gulf Brands. at )l t

our new Homestead Warehouse : ':: I,

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: In order that we may better serve the ful soil study. Whatever you're growing you t .) .

growers" of the Homestead section, we have re will, find a Gulf Brand to-suit your exact recently ..

i opened a Company owned Warehouse, qulrements brand that will really furnish

I located at Campbell Street'and the Seaboard the plant foods your grove or farm actually

Railroad. Ample stocks of Gulf Fertilizers are needii. '. t

already on hand.
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With Gulf Brands the
go dependable bcr
/ The new branch wen charge of .Mr. T. ...
vices of the Gulf Field :Man 1
"' assuring J9u practical ,
' W. Carter, I local I salesman I and ..ur. U. K. I'an. I

\ coast, Gulf Field Man in the Mjami territory, advice about pest and disease control as

iii .- will also be available to Homestead growers well as fertilization methods. Visit our Homestead I

.. t ." Warehouse at your first opportunity.

Gulf Brands* are known throughout Florida Get acquainted with" Mr. Carter and Mr. Pan-

w M truly dependable fertilizers. Their manufacture coast. You'll find them eager to be of genuine I

\III bawd on more than thirty years of careenIre.. .


HOME OFFICES 36th Street South of E. Broadway Tampa Florida




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1 Friday, February 8. 1!): 5. THE, LEADER. ENTERPRISE Pace Seven:

%JIANY CHANGES --.-- and Mr*. Mnjntor of Crawfordnrllle.:
Ind.. were callers at tile hone ofMra. ./Wnui11 SwtatnllaMlta* UnMt>* '
Mary Bnporao Friday afternoon a
fIN NEW MODEL (Continued from Page Ms) .

and Miss Dorothy Geiger of Newark
IFORD TRUCKS N J.. who Mt for Miami on Monday Naranja chapter O K. .. held lie
following a track stay here end a school of Instruction la Uw :Masonic
trip to Key Wnt Other guests were: hall Friday night when W.... Mildred /lrlEFirrstt ttt..w
Mr and Mr. Charta Dateline of Hlndman rand Instructor of Dhtrict > 5$ L Fls9/ar/ u 60 6
preeantatlve body types la theastir New York: W. H. Grave of Leacona, 1>. woe 1.nLWalter Miami Florida
',' line ot Ford V I truck far Illl ,
Iowa Mr "
: and Mr* r A. Comings .
l .k play at Redland Motor. Inc.,!
and Miss Grace Rand of Orlando; McDonald who .to In theKendall
,' pet, I avenging changes to cab and TRAVEL
and Whom !
Emily and
Mary Comings hospital to reported to be recovering -
;.f. 4inela. reflect a new trend In ap- of Cleveland, O. .lowlf.J : .
( Para_ and Introduce many new
,". 3feanloI! feature. I via Fascinating Books* '. '
Tin Florida City P:T A. will....' W. Brown la recovering from a
,i; Ilia the new truck. the engine ha* ,Its regular meeting In ha tow hall lIPID of 10._ Visit I trance landa acquaint yourself wIth strange peeplea.
..' Bf moved forward more than eight at I clock Monday
Our book department holds many thrilling accnunta of Imvatara' who
ill.. living more room In the nab John Caeon la III at his home .
have penetrated the earth farthest corner Head awl enjoy UNfcradventure
awjl improved distribution of weight.t Bill Mead was a weekend guest at *.
JgJier 'Important changes Include Mr. and Mra iMan of Miami.NARANJA .
feoeilvned brain and clutch, new It..alas Thiwejli Ike Wen Peril C t.. BluJtoeAMh -
------- DR.M.A.BERGERDentist ledlse-Han7 freaktall gUl.p 11 dieetees.An .
i, i tnit* and extended iprincbaae, new .
** 1.-WeldoNoe $ 1 ot the *- **>* *
.KilnK system. greater capacity gas ". Varies.By .
,t: tank. heavier front axle, larger andmger Mra. II. II. Graham, t'ormpondrnt wayknt Cape Kara-A. I. Jmale Wa *- IIMaia (....
] drive ahat and longer torque bfauk.KwM
; $': and new *luerMjey brake lover JIM Helen KJoldaen and 1d.... Ole :36 X. Krorne Avenue CM Road Da of the&...ow.Jove SeoHnOtrk Verb _. bland. HMt J. 0.
dual ratchets Petereun won luncheon gueata of fca te Blue Nil. I'I'''
.' Ifrh.i heavier Croat end that glvoiaaeurlty Mr. J. M. Brown Monday Upstairs Frond.. MEN Orthn MHw-Crael*.
With Low.... In Arabia Pilind BMUIP. Mm Gad. arwM.
end greater eta.bitty Office Hours 8:30 :30 Lentil Thumaa Promptly nand Owncknnkt.USE .
on Upperyirwttia.' batter brat A D. F'oglp who la farming on the -'
Inc quaJIUea because of the newly Trail spent the weekend with his OPEN1tNIXGS Mal
dnlxned" brake, and new cabs trim family hare
>jiStl In the mnnner of the business I -- -. BY AfI'011Io'TJIDT; MANGANESE USE 31.1NGANESEfi
'. fv urn the outstanding t..tu..1 I I Mr. nl, all'. Itu tmllh """1 Mi
]OI5 llnoai .
; .he cab le llmlnKuloliel' In appeaivnce -
.;\, and n imlor. It has .. .
Juetablo wlndnhlel I. owl, vanilla HAUL YU''hUR lOAD
| hand clear vision ventilltatlon, tI"tr
totter heretofore round only In the
', Passenger *r.
,;',lender severe and continuous operatlon -
'< with' a full load, the effectt -
: tveneei of the braKei li nearly double I

\1 that In former truck The brakes IN OUR TRUCK
f are conelJprably more powerful.
9 Change In oon.truotlO1hay.. pro MAKE THIS
'j tided a more uniform bearlqg lur-
\ taw on the drum and at the same
yf time "fading away" of the brake
'?, en' long. continuous application has ONTHIJOBTEST 1 ax
-i bMn eliminated The driver bag
,| teen provided with ft much quicker
- to required. Better control of the
truck with added safety, under all
driving condition, baa been aaiuredfef FOR DITRuCAb
.1 the many changi In conatruo-
,se / Don The br ke""are simpler too.
11 Moro than ,Pt parte/ having been KMOHSTRATIOI
n. uW fltmlnatod in. the visa tic lgn. ? ", ,1. pls e1M ,rye yy,
.)t,. :3*The clutdh has been greatly aim ll MOM roust
,,' pulled anAflnireaeed In she. fur M FORD DEALER t
'. Mora alflclant operaUan The new
latch provide a emoothef start for
the driver and aaalarj more positive rv t
disengagement for rapid and silent; ,
,:X tranhlftlng Pedal pressure has
4 been materially def refteed. In ad. t

flltlon, the engagement of the clutch:
,# n highway speed haa-been made 10
e% positive, dipping and consequent I
':sI." olutch wear have been virtually!
r 4 longer front spring has been
provided and the front spring aMmbly *- lank
moved further forward. Ira
j .proving kiad distribution to great
a< Mtent
piJo; aaaura Ideal cooling of the ant -
''i lna under all operating condition,
the cooling system has been vastly ,
I Improved. The capacity of the ra- '
There li to other exclusive exchange
-. ;dealer baa been enlarged and larger'kuntp me sure way : ,

Impellore provided Cooling ell!. prove the ability and economy privileges-such as a generator
z;i. Clancy baa been Increased materially
V' the** ehangaa.Tha of a truck. That b by actual and fuel pump,that materially
new 10.gallon gaa tank under t
lha driver'* seat now he* the filler test with your own loads,over reduce maintenance costi.Don't .
opening much more conveniently your regular routes,with your fail to test these trucks
:!!.aced Inaido the door.JITh' .
now axle. designed to carry a own driver at the wheel. treat Forward aseM.e lead dletrlhotlao akexl of ami, obtained sore awvtaa by v-s Metaling anginaferwart on your own job.Let your own

loavlor much heavier radius load mounted with We invite this test that you --... overettoa tkrevgHeat.The experience show you why the

KVV Ith full.floating rear axle dual 1935 Ford V-8 Gives Yon All
wn-draft carburetor and perfectedBonue may know the power, economy 1935 Ford V-8 truck Is by far
These Advanced Features
tube drive. the powerful 10 ,convenience and flexibility the best truck the Ford Motor
orae power engine of the 1914 mod. v.. vntlma with 20 lull horsepower
? hi Is, with several Important change, of the 1935 Ford V-8 truck.. New Forward Load Distribution Company has ever built
'ja retained In the 191a: lined ,
New tmtfr front axle
d I' The Ford V-8 truck for 1935 VmH-nomtlmt rear axle more than c"tr-Ar crlca'

a offers all the essential features Heavy duly four speed nmlloB Great Truck Value.
t New. larger atlrl-Iore type clutch
Homestead demanded by experienced Improved coolingnlortable Call us today for an ,on*
<:: lnanla truck users. And in addition, cell ccnlerlntf bralicaT your-job test. The result will

E Plumbing Coe Ford offers you the low-cost 2tew*>rqna spring tube auip aotl..:lames reel drive surprise you.There Is no oblij

Engine Exchange Plan and New Track Styles gation, of course.

For Plumbing Installations ,

Repairs and PHONE FLA.

Septic:Tan) Constrnr. THE I 1 1I

Lion and benlcc.J NEUJ I V8 1935

a ,,J W. Ile BOOTH More than ever America' Great Truck Value :.Z.Tt y sloce 11,14111 <

. .__' .....orroSITE r, E. $.1.JUO! .On The Air-:Ford Symphony Orchestra, Sun.Erenliizt-Fred.riDjfcTLur..ETtnine-Columbia Network w

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Pas Eight THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Friday February 8, 1935

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E I I4>IJ\X .IM) MILS. LEE won Mutotwt by Mr }''Fogte1 mollMrMr BIRTHDAY PARTY GIVEN ,

I TO CUB GJRDISN P1RTY *. M JL Fowls and Mr*. W. C. FOR GEO>> W KOMEL. in.

I Lokwel.. 101... Alva Lee are Monroe A birthday dinner for (too \\' KMi ... I

II ,ontcrulnlng. Sunday afternoon M ThoM Invited wen: Alone KoMt Jr. of Cltitpe tan yield wa glv I:

I Social Events I their home on Oliver Palm drive HIM Anita Rayburn Mary Lou Muaelwhlte en Tkuraduy evening by hit parent. I IYr.

I with a garden party In honor of Gypsy Howard, OKmitaJoyce and Mrs 0.... \\. Kotel I. HI their I

their hoUM guests. ibis. and Mr*. Bnnlft Marian Anderson Betty bane In Josef drove

i ifclpa W. Klncman Omann. Neb. Ruth Oelger Patsy Smith Joyce Cover wen laid for. Mr and Mr.

mid Cot o. O Wl of BalUmonVMS Burton Bllll Rayburn Bobby Mon Kowl Jr.. Mr. and Mr.. Jonrr nil
W. H I. CIRTUW HOIJIFFBKIARV :or... Frank Hau.nmn Mr and Mr*. nw. Jimmy Mcl>ndan. Donald Oman.
Low. Mine Alma Keel, Fred
Mrik. ton
MEETINGS loeruVh and daughter Smiley Calhoun Bfiuohump James Olin
AMEN' HOSTESS W. K..I.II.. )II. Cornell John WWragir .
Wm. Anna
H. Hlner Mm Rheney Wright Carl Smith Rudy Hard*.
The four circles of the Wom.n'a1I.lon..y .
fOVlH: CLUBFive Richard and
and Van Dlckl Car TO Margaret Kod -
Rheney Kenneth Grave of Miami Donald
Union of the First BapUM
tables of bridge war la play and the boat and huete*.
and Mr. and Mr*. farmaoKlITKR .
(lurch hold their February ney McCfcnand ot Miami and Ann N.u
at the Comu Club meeting at the

me* ln,e Wednesday afternoon. homo of Mra B A. Ante Thursday. man of Sarasota! 101.... Frank Rue ana :101.... Frank
Olivia Oa at the ham atMr (till MEETSAT WORD> SIIEI'IIERDN1t1V
night of but **ek. Mr and Mr. Morris were guest at a luncheon
R. R. ThOM preeeflt K. It MINER HOME O. K. MEMBER
Bigger J H. Webster. the
won aeonprim elves Tuesday fey Mra Henry Doha,
.. ft H. Hlner entertained .' ...... .,.
were Mr*. Pen Bigger* and Mr*. )fro and 101. The O. 1( a .Iacted"ra..f. 8h..
for the member and MnK
the former Mrs. hoes Chandler. In
the 8ui> Club at their hard to membership In thenorgan!
Manh vtellor. Mra Charley Barnes.Mra '"
K. Clark and B. Bossier, toe her home In MiamI.
O. A. W.... .,... Frank Irwin home an N W Ninth street Wedne high for guest aatlon at a meeting held at the home

M Lira \\'. R Cheshire. Mr*. E K. Ali day evening Mn T. J Fault and oT Howard West Saturday afternoon ----.-

rial :or.... A. H. Hmttk ...... Jennie Bevo Webb woo the high more The guests preeent were: Mr and H. l< the thirteenth member Plan At the SeminoleTearing
Mr*. H. P. McDanlel Mr. and "'ra.
;4 Kmlth Mr*. Will Smith and Mnnigger prlao and Mn Given Victor and J. for a social meeting at the horn of
*. H. Webster the coneolatlon Clarke. Mn Swan and Mr ftMnleyMemben Punic Walker were nude --..-.-.......--
Y I preeent were: Mr. and
circle Two net .* the home ofMi I Thoa preeent wen: Mr. and Mra Mn E. H Hlner. Mr and Mr*. W. Th regular meeting tomorrow. It at the.heuit string, with

'* E. 1.. 'Lawrence. and Mr*. J C. I Lee H. Lehman Mr. and Mr* Frank K Walton Mr. and Mr*. C. J. Parman was decided will .IM held at the home I Its human appeal, Htlrrlng the ovine

\'lInn. the leader.. prodded, Thvoitoiwl 11II11I. Mr. and Mr*. H. B. "chuff. Mr. Mr and M..., Frank Huunmaa. Mr. of Billy Clark. Hot chocolate and with Its tease drama and flood! g
a.d Mn W. K. Walton Mr. and the soul| with Its love the RKO
from the 11th chapter ofIrereue and Mri H, E. Uchaff, Mr and Mri cookie wr wrvad story
I i I.ltlTh.* Mn. Fount Mr. und Mra Victor Radio picture which will tx, shown
>\? an send Lee Lehman and Mr*. Aine ThoM preeent wen: Bull Smith
I faith 1* the Victory. was fallowed Mr and >>... Webb. Mr. and Mn Fnno and Peggy King. Eunice here Sunday and Mond\'. I In one' of
( 1. T. Webster and Mr. and "'ra. Hlner the molt aatlaDlnir productions that
I I" anions Mrs.
pray..a. HI U\f E HOI.1>'S PARTY and Carol Walker Ted 1..yM. .
the W. I(. U. has been presented to movl goers
anon preeldenl of .%T HOME OF C\SUOH Billy dark, caster Archer HowardVeet I
1"11"I nn "Making tie of Our Op- LEGION .*l'Ml.I IKY HOI.IN The Methodist HI-League held Its Alien Smith and Crawford In recent month

I oninHl** Other number on the MEETING AT IJMI TAIFKNTh monthly party at the home of Its Shepherd I Franck" Led"..... fiery i Internal!,,n-

h I rogram were: a long. Qod An. American Legion Auifllluijimed counselor. Mra. J. E. Closes Out-, al stage and screen Idol, and ipmk

."Wr Prayer: a reading. "III Tall Its Fruit Festival oemmltte door game wn enjoyed and later, JOLLY KIGIITMH-T ling. Tlllan.b.lre,1 OInKer Rogcu

tae World; Ood Answers Prayer1. by'fro. when It met for the booth In the routed wiener. bun and potato salad WITH Miss HELEN: !: WEST head a strong cut

J. O Aann: a reading. Tell Log Tavern WednemlnyMr were served.Visitors The Jolly Eight BI'I"Club met' Th tory tells convincing And

other That You Love Her." by f A. Smith and Mr*. A. W Wednesday at the hem ot HIM reallitlMUly of love and drama lathe
Kay And....: a reading Mother Hutohlnnon were put on the decorating I | present were: Mr and Helen Wt MlM Bubble Bummer- I teeming tenement ot New York
and .
Mn Ivan Momr the (lev, Mr*
nod Daughter by Mr*. Bert An- committee. Mra. Frank lie the high and
won score prize City with their attendant jay ml
A A. Kontllno F T. McIlw.H, I
,Irews: and "A Veteran Missionary flphnelktr was mad purchasing ,
HenrleU the
Miss Hartman -
progressive marrows. Inspiration dlillliwloni,
Mr Clone. Mary Jo Clow Elisabeth
pralle: Incident of Bygone Day" chairman and Mrs Frank Rue. menu I Mcllwaln and Wanelta and Alene prlMThoe I glorious dream and stern ....UII...
I Mr*. Ora FruIt chairman with Mr \\
"" Kheuey KoeatllMMetnlwr. preeent wr: Mini Betty Karel Novak, a young 'aech-lIlo
Cake and co!!.* were served and Mn. W. H. Sheffield a* aaalit Leola an,1Ch..I. Bowen MlM Katherine Harper. Mlm II vaklan Immigrant who ha lumped
ThoM present were: Mr*. A. D. I anta. I present were: .,
r .. Little. Martha, and gdwlna Iva ,.1. Mia. Virginia Frk.k MlMMarola overboard from the steamer that was
.smith and Mr. J. C. Vann visitors. These preeeat wen: Mn. W. H. Close Qamna Mbo Hartman, carrying him away from American
I c T. H. Kirby. Mr. N J Fkrnlhgm Owen Mn Alex Hemming Mnrjt Marjorie MoMr Nell Saul,
Bdwlna King Naomi RonnieBelle Mlaa 1I..I..h. and Mia Wet I ihore. ha found a friend In Sylvia
W. D. Horn. Mr*. Cerbett Qelr Ha Hlner, Mn M A. BergerMn Davis Dennis. a New York chorus girl
Effle .. Gene
I ,' Mr*. Annie Butler. Mri C n.I Tom Torbert Mn Wm. 7 Wade Myen Smith James Vfot Booth Mildredand Hunt. GIRL HTOIT COMMITTEE: I With her lid h* finds work and begin

red Mr. J. R. ChambllM, Mr*. Oeronlmo Mn Hutchinson, Mri. Margaret Field and OeraMlneItelt ATTKM riMMU MrFTINOMm to .save the money necessary to

I:land, Mamrrlrk. Mr*. Wm. Mehael Schneider. Mn BhefTleld Mn Rue Frank UUII. Mr*. ... 1>. Halt make ...111a legal resident of this

',11< Mra Emma Wright Mr*. Mi.*. !Smith! and MlM Ruth Fox Mr*. Asa and Mr*. K. 1. paL finance country. Vylva| young brother

N. any, Mn Frailer, Mr.. J. r : Abcrrrombla Mr*. Reeve and Mra Min LIVINGSTON GIVES committee of the llwu it..4 Girl Frank. obtain for him his tint Job
\ Mr .......
nn. Andrew and LawMr Bowman were visitors
,,, I UKNEFIT 0. K. 8. PARTY Smut troop. attended the meeting of a* a new vender Karel make
I the Dale County flnaoot committees another valuable friend Officer blur

*. J W. Ollmer was hoateu tot I MR& ItW'SO'I benefit.Fourteen party were liven present by Miss at EitherUvlngatOtt the In Miami Wednesday M make plan phy of the New York police force.

nit Three Those present were: BOOK REVIEW; FOR CUB fur the annual money raising cam Then trouble begin.
\:.r.. W. E tewla. Mr. 8. A. King. at .the horn of her parents
Mn. H. H. Ewing! will give A book pulgn,
Mr And Lire. i. E. Ilvlngitonfor .
1 rR J. n. Pop Mr*. Nelll flllmerr. review at the meeting of the Woman The budget for the county .la ItIt .. Foreign.
the Ad Awlr of the a
', .. Chapter
W. T. MoConiwIl and \ Wm OilIrrt "* Club o| Homestead la the R! S' Friday evening Dame wereplayed *, and the campaign will alartMarch "lave you heard this newest foreign

'".r. clubhouse Thursday afternoon at I and and tl The different, troops open linger Madam. Duman
( Four mt at the home of .clock Mn. Harry D. Wolf win eerved.TDOM .fruit juice are not prorated lo io the amountlhy Nike?"

'1 r., R. E.!: Edwards whose horn tell of the origin of Valentine Day, were. Mr b. a are expected to solicit but all Heard her Why I went toachool
present wen: *
o attractively' deuoraetd with Strangers la the city and othenIntereated until the her Oakkoah Wl ."
Branch Mr* QM. W. Turner Jr are expected to work goal with In -
ate of wl .
pea Invited attend. I
are to reached Ex
Mr*. Edward led the devotional Mn C. H. Heed Mn Annie Butler
I Mr*. Wayne Calkin. Mm. K. M..1
\ '1 r.. Julia, pplll'ftra4 prayer. and
\ t 0,f following reading were given: The Calendar Altman. Mr. W. B. Flower, Mr* I

i Mother ana daughter" by Airs A.I Xltman. Mr. W. B. Flower Miss I
Eilell. Tumor MlM Joan Calkin
.1 inMarter: Work Among the Inane Fed 1-Sacred Heart card party,
by Mr. Polka and "IU Tell MU Helen Urlngiton th* hoeteoa,
Feb J i--liaedea Club meeting FIRST CHOICE for
Mr and Mr*. Ll lnglon and Virgo
0 se World Clod Answers Prayer by
with Mn. H. H. Bwlng
Afro c*. Owen, Mr*. Helllatmr Feb." II-A rent* Club mottini Lyon. ?)afelltiJte

I "<.,ur gave a talk .* the incomes of I with ..... J. R. Hard*.
II H president of the W.M.I'. of th. HELPING HAND n.rDGI'U For sweetheart
I ,,.... U-Homl** uthera Baptist Convention I* the I meeting at 110 BENEFIT; : I1KIIK.K Ialt
Mrs Frlti RuUk and Mr*. Eranerltt I I mother
i onveatlon Mr*. TaaMarttr mad I Feb. II-W. )I. .. Circle meetIng .
pouberly were heteea at
the closing prayerMr *: Ono with Mr*. Goo Smith: II or sister I
the teat Helping' Hand benefit card J
*. Edwaria.'at'" In Two, with Mr*. A L Capllnger
onlng by Mn. J. U Forte I party Prle were was by Mrs here is the
Three, with Mr., P. B tUrd Four I
Frank Belts Mr. F I. Others, Mr
Those preeeot were Mrs. J. M. i with Mn M. A. Rents I 1 candy: that
H\rum of Grenvlll B C.. and Dr. Arthur and H. A. Cameron '
Feb. II-W. U. V meeting la
Lumina Teeter of Danavllle N. Tgueeti .. church Other present were: Mr. and Mr*. I 1 meets with instant .
end Mr*, J. R. Prior: Mr Tab II-Ladlea' Night at Homestead J. e Van, Mr awl W... g. J Bt,llIng :

B It Fitch Mr.. Catherine FlrkardMr Rotary Club. air. Cameron Mn Tko* Brew ; approv-

*. T: IX Pirn, :Mr*, flag*. Mrs t, Feb 14-Woman'* Club of Home. or, Mn Hennr: Bchumachef: Mrs, K.U i V' al. For it's
Owen. ,..... PoJk, Mf.'anMarter Godwin Mr*. Aenlto' Frank
,stead book review and valentine
party Helta, Robert. Bell Cha mtt W1rt.Ewing the delicious
Mm Fort and Mr*. Ed..", .. I
at club house at p. nturob.
.H-Comui Club meeting and Mr Lynch ....... Gales Candyin

ROOM MOTIIERH! ,m'BDESE" with Ht and M.... Frank HauamaxFeb. TUX1)( I.OEIIR': : TEI\ I an attract


Mn. C. J PvuMit end Afro w. m..Un..1tJ'... Wayne Oalkln rente wo given a partyan =-- ive Red Satin
E Rhaney. room mother* of Mr. Feb II-;.Helping Hand Club ben*, I
his third birthday afternoon
yesterday from
Box There packages ranging:
", .. are
H. <) Thumukn second grail. gave fit by his parent Mr. andMra.

a fish fry at the.Parman hon last Feb." II-W.. .... ft circle meet. F II at their homo on 25c to $3. Reserve your package today.

Friday t* get fund for book and Ing West Meory street. I

supplies for the room. Feb. JO--Helping Maid O b'* Homo mail ice cream and bjrth

The fish were caught by Mr and election of officers,. day cake were served,And hats. horn
Mr*. Parma and Mr road Mrm. John Feb.. t -Udle* night *t the and heavens were given a* favor I.
Cloerllch of Cleveland 0.. who vie- Don den.Feb. t* the Illllo gueet Mr*. Foci

lied them last week and were tried f-Princeton Home eIl\QII' ,_.1 1
on the lawn by the (uea, ration dab meeting wick tore A.

Those preeent were: ..... and Mrs. W. McVkkee.Met. .
I L B tVMHfier. Mr. and Mr* H P. .. i Huptwr Hub meeting
McOnll Mr and Mn J, H. Web- the Lee It Lehman bom.

.ter, Mr sad Mr*. It H aVhaf.Mr Man 1 I-Woman'n Chile of Horn Croqulfnole or Spiral '

I and Mr* Frank RchiteUer td study slue. etlag with HIM I

and Mn. LaadM Carvey. Dn .r'l Jennie -LobdeO.THERMIQUE. $5.00 $7.00

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+I tlaviagiseWeHaslesei.gMsrrefing !

Croquijnole a Spiral Combination $6 $7

oArucu: OIL uuuroo HAND AND AM MASSAGE By slp.tewe.eraery Dixie Drug
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____ B. Bird Wednesday morning. It
ADDITIONAL SOCIAL EVENTS 1 1I STATEMENTMADE .* aanounced that the chamber ., MORE THAN 100

h __ _____ had agreed to ban all the
I BY CITY am.* of chance and confine the car IN MOTORCADE TO
I .AD ASTH\ CHAPTER HONORS Mm Vhan Booth M.... O L. Bho- to show and riding devices ;
PART MATRONS AM PATRONSAd walter Mm. A. A.. Koeatllne. Mr*. ". asked It the quality and
Astra Chapter of the OKBntertnlnetl Lewis Brandenburg. Mr Olbbe and uanUt, of the fruit would be any POTATO FIELDS -, ,

( Tuesday In honor of Its Mile Jennie Lobdell. than that of the hut feslval f'
jast matron and patron who wereMch were told of the plan to group *
Ifttt went metthe
MRS. IJC1IMNEW: mUD Continued! from Page One) More than ,person ;
themselves and
given a small gift by the chap. fruit exhibit by motorcade" conducted kr s *
.r Ire cream and cookies were. OF EPISCOPAL Al'XILMRT fact that no mlllav had been ... fruit If every bit of It bad to C. H.Bleffanl .
Ain. Lee H. Lehman was reelected County Agricultural Agent
forth for advertising from bought
wetMrs.. president of the 'Women' Auxiliary ",", und could be mad to the Tuesday through the potato I -,
matron present f1
Put The text that the festival got It growing region In and round South
B. Caves, Mr J. II:. Davis, MitOreen of St. John' Episcopal of commerce" supposed cent of the grow receipts of the .
Rlv..... Mrs.. W.M.. Bradley I Church at a meeting held at the monies theoretically paid the was explained and It wa M.
Assembling at the rum of J.
>'"' J. T. Vann Mr*. Lee H. Lehban. home of Mrs. E. H. inner Friday the carnival license fee but stated that the chamber of com- motorcade
eo HoJferty at 10 am. the
afternoon Mr* Hlor wa reelected -
Mn. W. H. Sheffield. Mrs. W. an appropriation for publicity
going to pay for the
ascend vtc.prNmt and himJ. we listened M a talk by O. M. Bahrt tr
Jf. A. Robertson Miss Ember LJvIngston poeer"any taxpayer could and water used by the carni ,
the Orlando laboratories of the CTinVd
8. Horton was -lted secretary.Mr
Atlas Retells Turner and J. B. Qavssn was made flretvlwpreeldeht such a niov* by the city. A roll Mil of the It or mare male department of agricultureon {
Urn Emma Moser an mandate peat fore, the committee from the I j
M'IOn. at the meeting brought a minerals Infeittriaer
; Mrs. W. t. Clark, the UM of special
matron derided t* follow the law. vote t* let the carnival h. u carrying out *nth ''I
wereW.. a third vlc.preMent; and Mr*. It L. I tests
Pant patron present "The chamber of commerce, under the condition explained .
Cook treasurer. Mrs. Frank Haulman Holferty potato tarzn.I
:laves (!eo. W. Turner Jr.. N. TMrCmirtney .
was elected chairman of the decided for themselves not to Later In the day the followingtatement I Wton. deputy seed commit'l.
and J. H. Hardee.The I
and mission work and Mr*. Landon Car the festival this ,e"r. wee authorised by the loner of North Dakota, Save a
chapter, lent flower ney and Mr*. Hlner, head of educational "Tnls matter was not of directors of the chamber ol Ion potato plant diseases and the development +1..
fruit to A. L. Hum past patron who '
church work. only one member of the "At of the directors of of new strain of seed
a meeting
has been III In Miami since July. \
Budgeting and other business matter your (the Miami article Radiant District Chamber of : potatoes and told how ad slralfti ;
for the year were discussed.The was handled by three member .. her at I p m., Wed,,**- 'I of different North Dakota groweM .1
W M. 8. CIRCLES ARE meeting date of the study the city council and their own )', February *th, It was unani are tested .by the tutor unit meth4 "
mnlllm INTO NEW GROI PHClrrlen clan of the Woman' Club of Home- : natures are herewith attached. voted to discontinue the down her during the winter for the iI

One and Two of the Woman stead ha* been chanted from Feb. "FnuUt.. Skll festival for this rear, after I presence of mosaic disease ao that
'. Missionary Society of theSS'hl 12 to blurb II. "A. J. Campbell"Frank / .* already having previously been when the northern planting Hmo r
"" +e Atone Methodist Church were ... .. ft comes the farmers up there will ,
sedlt .I'liMl at a meeting held In the I I know what to do. '
GIRL SCOUT NEWS The annual Redland District "iMt decision wee reached a* It
church, Tuesday, and three circles Wlllard FUMd. assistant. hortaj iturlst -
q.W N/I"111N1111Mg11/W".NNMNININIgNNN//N111NIN Fetltlvhas been financed In ... found that a member of the \
were made from the two. Th at the Subtropical Experiment .
Circle fly llvnrlvtlfe' Hartman pM partly throulh'laId council did not agree to the sus j
Young Matrone' Circle or Station at Homestead exhibited cooperative -
'to the festival tent and of the ordinance relating to '
rep. will remain the same. Names On Feb. 5 wo met with Miss Thleen teat plot on fetrill.r
.for tin other were drawn by lot. at the tyrnnaiilum. W* are I, through 15 per rent of all carnival. which the station has on the Mul
Plan had
The membership I* now divided as progressing rapidly In the archery revenue. "Blncer the revenue of the carni forty farm as an actual field tuaerl
[follow*. club.Vs learned to score string I I far on this basis to permit said attraction la an absolute neces m.nt. Three five-acre plot en
on other bails It 1*
('In I* One: Mr*. J. E. Clone, Mr. and unstring the bow.V* also any toward the financial success of which dueling Mperltnent are being ,
Vhan Booth Mrs J. A. McNelll.Mra did some actual shooting. but like I President I Bird I appeared -::: ::: fruit festival and from past ... mad by Stacy Hawkins. pathologistof i.
all beginner hit the council Monday night to ask, It has been found Imposs
John Anderson Mr*. O. R. no one target I the local experiment nation were
Brown, Mr*. Oo Smith Mr*. Olbtrt, Then wa a meeting for all mother usual courtesies regarding to pay the license fee of f>0 visited and Mr. Hawkins explained
Mrs Lulu B. Free MI... L. L. Field, of Olrl ScouUi In Miami. Feb CI I I water and licenses, be .. day, and not wishing to remove the tests that were .twine conducted.At .
Mm (Chester Redd. Dirs. FlorenceHunt Those present at the scout meeting I I fruit festival which was fruit festival outside of the city the farm of W. J.'Ick.. MiFlfleld '. \
1' Mm D. L Bowen Mr*. A. MB were: Miss Thleten Mr. Skill. Nina,: for Feb. 11-11 meaning free *, a vole was taken and the de conducted the motorcade ever
>'rom and Mr. 8. J. Da via, Dyal Mary Francis Arthur Martha: I I water and virtual suspension was unanimous for discontin plot In which h* I la experimentingwith
and Edwina Class. Mary and Ann license stipulation The the fentlval for the year I'll"
Circle Two: Jl r*. J. D. 'WymanMr the use of manganese on potav !
*. Deo. Ransom Mrs.. J... Daugh Moon. Alia Webster, Elisabeth. Skill from the merchants was then President Vf. R. Bird! said yester toe. County Agent St..< arty. Mrs Robert Glenn. Mrs. J L. i Elisabeth Mrllwaln, Lucille West Called en for an estimate that the annual fruit festival wt* tlllser tent plot. on the J. H. DOWN :
Naomi Davie, Bonnie Dell M,.... ....... the most effective
Burton Mrs. O. L. ghowalter Mr*. mount of water and light way place were visited and )Ir. Bteffanl
K. E. Atkinson. Mr*. E. 8. Capllnier Geraldine Relta and Henrietta Hart- the festival concessions u I advertising the district and that told the moioraaden of the work l'
Mrs Belle Ledge fra. J. L. Ballard man.qq.NNNggIMNYNIMMNNg1"NIN"INMIN"Nq". tendent Gordon liver said It I of the ..h.mb.of com that Is being don there.
M.... J. V. DnvU, Mrs. C. W. Little. be about Ilia night at the who undertook the work dido The motorcade then went to the d
pairs. W. H. hula and Mr.. Mark REDLAND F. F. F.MqNIwgllwggqgqqllMlqqqwMMqMIM. rate*. Discussion of the at a sacrifice to their own busi at glade farm of the Subtrople'alExperiment .
!(abo.... for "courtesies" centered Interest aa no remuneration station where Dr. H a
Circle Three: Mrs. E. J. Dyal, Mrs. I gambling or game of chance .. to any of the officials of the Wolf, horticulturist In chart (If
H. L. Brown Kir*. Daniel Williams. ttf i. IK refiner, HrportrrTh I alone, with sentiment against .. the station talk*! on the general j'
Mr H. p McDanlel Mr. LewisBrandenburg I Redlnnd Future Farmer practically unanimous. Rev. feature of the atatlon' potato experiment
Mr. J. H. Webster. mad a trip to the Florida Key hut Walker ..."' 01" of the Pleat Slit Tumultuous work and Mr. Infield conducted

Airs P B. Bird MM. J. J. McLen Saturday for seed collection Vial finn Church spoke against letting When Samba returned from the the visitors around various
don. Mrs. A. A. Koeitllne, Mr. Cat i ingIt wet an enjoyable trip ter com Into Homestead. He mid ham'P....._loa his master amid: "W.1I1 Th women of the First Presbv jterlan
per William. M..... Ivan Moser. Mrs initiated by a flan-fry at the bridge. they were a demoralising the crowd tumultuous?" Church of Homestead serve.,1 1
Bruce Ennli Mr*. A. B. Slagle Mr*. Everybody was well.filled and happy. that took week to "'- "No rah" said Sambo "No I&h. luncheon to 1* member of the motorcaile )
I John Williams, Mr*. Stacy Hawkins Fourteen member of the chapter school and religious work. _, not too tmiltuout. Jei' multu ul the lloirern home at ;
Mr Oeo Sonnlchsen Mr. M. How1 particularly Interested In potato I I The discussion ended In enough,", --Ex. noon.
1 <1. Hiss Jennie Lobdell and Miss 'I, rowing went on the potato tour robot of the committee to
I. Helen Livingston. I' Wednesday.A I a plan with the chamber of ( I
Civic! Four: Mr*. E. A. Ennli. diamond ball game between the merce.
hew J. o Wynn Mr*. F. Fleltas, Miami chapter and our on the Redland .:; At a meeting of merchants A Sears
Mi w \ 8 Mo)'.. M.... Dexter Smith field I Wednesday afternoon, ended other business men c alleil by
1 Mix I. M. Bridges.. Mr/N. G. Ball. with a soon of II for Miami and i Selling of

Mix Eddie Hobson Mr*. J. D. Rod. I 14 for Royal Palm. This was the I I
I Mis Bob Simpson Mr*. R. L. Hobson first of a *..r.... of games to be pla\ I
Mrs L A. Young Mr Mollie I ed by tN"' of chapter In this dial Regularly19c
Wlngnto and Mr.. 8 E. LlvlngJton trlct before the dlatrlrt tournament
The' three nw circle will meet l from which the winning team will to 25c

Tuesday to elect officer and make i be sent to represent District" Six In 1 yardValues
plan for the rear Circle One the state tournament at the time of
I will meet with Mr*. Oeo Smith; Two. the F. ... A. state convention In i in
With !Mr B II. Catillnger.: Three June.Mlatrens'. I I rx ,
with Mrs P. B. Bird; and Four with t
I Mr E. A. Ennl \
I "Old you enjoy your day I
f Thoee present were Mr H. M at the seaside, Mary?"
Cleaver of Perrlne, Airs John Wlltlaiu Mary "No. 1 didn't, mum; alt the
*. .M/. E. Davis Mri. H L. picture 'OIIMI was full, so we 'ad ter I
I Brown ; Daniel I William. Mr wander around the beach and Watch
I P B. Bird. Mrs. E. A. Ennl. Mr*. the ship all day."-Ex. IF you own a
Carpet Wllllami, Afro. J. L. Mallard lee u* about replacing CottonPrints ,
1 ants Oeo. Ranson Mr*. F. Flettat, it with .'.oliosPerralp I
I Mra J. D Redd. )1..... A. S Moy B. F Eckman M. D. Roofing; or Shingles *

At R..I.1.'n.II' Tue. and Sat, line U complete, to ) lUllsle* !
Easy Pleasant Way 11 to 4 p. .... Phone SIS-\V. can choose exactly llroaddoihs
Coral Gables office: II11UPone I right type for the pur.PO'

To Lose Fat d* Lean Bird.. I to 11 ". Not only can
and I to .. Phone Evtrxreen II I II give you the b4 "

Miami I quality but you will !< and II Inch wide tub cotton In a hug assortment

i How would you like to lost IK no more- for Carey pattern and color combination All I la Vat Dyed

t pounds of fat In a month and at the terial than ordinary colon guaranteed fast. Floral, Plaids Stripes small 15Cof
same time Increase your energy II ings
and Improve your health? Let ut bid on your and large allover patterns. Splendid quality.

| How would you like to los your needs. HE IR<4, mFloor s
double chin and your too prominent
Abdomen and al the ammo time make Oftc Haunt Sa.soI.Bp.a.. II The Carey Company will
lour ikln s* clean and Clear that It sauce roofing. mad siding )
I will compel admiration Closed Saturdays wheat the vale! ., of Carry some Rome Rimer"DO

Get the scale. today and see I lals mod la >>% or BMT el j
oa ..
Open Sundays 9 to 12 W. Ito I .... ...
how much you weigh-then get anIS aimant I* be financed .
cent bottle of Krusehen Salt you how* II I. 14 month Saturday r 1 a I lit II.b SL i iaI
which will .last you tour 'rekl.. 1T4* N. W. MTU ST.. MIAMI which. to pay. Coin In
Take one half teaspoonful a glass PHONE Jllll let o0 leD you about tan !! !m J !M

.t hot water every morning and

It when you hays finished the content Brooker Lumber 1
of this bottle weigh yourself again

't After that foul want to walk NEWT (' BALL I HOMESTEAD. FLA.PI1O.VE ''f: yIN
J around and say to your friends ,. t:) SHOP !If'
I "A quarter pound jar of Krusrhen Rotary Public HUXUX BLIHJ 8. W tied HT ,
tufts Is worth one, hundred dollarsof I
nail ESSCRA5CE AND I Reborcd
any tat person' money. KflDRFJ) LIfE: Cylinders -Tractors: Repaired I

Leading druggist America over Lathe and Shaper Work -Acetyline Weldingp
,n. IrS Krasrhea falte. I M K. K aeae Lvs.r i :

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February 8. 1935. THE LEADER ENTERPRISE rage Eleven j jI

SPIRITUAL TEMPLE Ot TltllliIloniralcad "

[The Churches 1 Spiritualist Temple branch of 0 Truth: Miami to CLASSIFIED ADSt'1

Woman Club, 410 N, W hUgbtb i I
avenue. Men Bible claaa and
I l RATS Float Ineertton 10e a line, subsequent Insertions t
) ounf peopla'a. lyceum at 7:15: p. m;

healing by Dr. J, Carl tltibaoa at lea Una. i

BAPTIST I EPISCOPAL 745: : lecture and meoaaa..a at I p. .

Homeattad.erns R.... c. N.I j St. Jotia'e -lul 8. Krorne eve'due I m. by the Re*. Bade liobaon. .J
(Talker, paator Sunday school at Minister la ,
charge, the Rev. C. R. Palmer. .
Preaching at a. m.
45 a. m.
First Miami
[ TIO m. B. T P. C at f:10i. avenue. :
nel p. ; .
' lay reader, Joseph Oauieaa, LEGAL NOTICES IkKlge-riymmith Dealer used plane tor Sale cheap,
Prayer Services WedneadayL
; i. 1.10.Feb.m.; Homestead Second Sunday each loss V., Coupe, like new. W. B. Koon 111 N. W. trd M. 1 fla'Good

month holy communion I a. m l. the Circuit Curt of the .,...,. I. 1111 Hup Light Six: Sedan toot.lilt (
1 lo-J\lomllllfIrmoul ")I.k. Last Sunday each month service .!rid llmH f FloriN. ta Mrf fw Plymouth. l-Joor Sedan, radio
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"" N* M< HEMSTITCHING while wait '
keg Oar Lives Count for Jesus"Ievening and sermon, 7:to p. m. All other i VIOLA E. KANDOLrH. a rn> deco, lit Chevrolet Coach, two of them. you 1
germane Th Plumb Line Sundays, service 11 a. m. Sunday: Ooerpuleant.IN lltl Chevrolet Coupe. Singer sewing machine and tea '
ef the Lord", a Masonic aorvk I pain. Mra. Wm. IL Booth, 1
and lit
school every Sunday at I:45 a, m LUCILLE HOKE.a single woman. IT ALB Larger oars up
which the ....''cc. of Naranja ami Wednesday before Jut Sunday of D.fnd.ate.FORECLOSURE Terms to eon Piton 100 across from F. E. O. atatloa. I

'Homestead will attend In a body. month corporate communion for Of TAX gAUtCHtTIFICATKH llOMEhTKU MOTORS Inc. \

Prayer meeting; Bible study ofJoefcua. Women1 Auxiliary, NOTICE\ or MASTER: SAL H. Kroro Avenue opp Legion Hal RELIABLE WATCH IU PAIRINQ.W. .
Nation l> hmor given tint UM mubrRIM I H. Wooda, MoCrory Arcade.
.broad, as ap.e Master. under and by
MODEL FORD, < good tin, wit
CATHOLIC .| of UM Final Dorian of ForwluturaMMtafor.
8U Joiia'e Redland. Dr. E.! L. entered la that etruln rauMndin tarter, battery, horn-Junt the REAL ESTATE
dumb of Ur Sacred Heart- Wledenmann, paator. Sunday school ... 'In UM Circuit Court of the CWv
thine for gladea. III. Also Wlttya
.mil Judicial Circuit nf Florida, In and
9 i. H. Second avenue, ; theRe
each Sunday at It a. m. German for Dads Counter In Ckne .rT. being Chan. Knight touring our, just well REAL tilT A Tis- Those who wantto
*. Alfred McDonald, paator. Bun- service each Sunday at 11 a. m., conducted eery rau. No. SNta. In which VIOLA R broken In, coat over 11100 cash.
lay maaa at I a. ml; weekday RANDOLPH to plaintiff' and LIICILLKHOKB buy or sell Redland District
by a. Borgardt; English sera n ... worn.; i. Q. BCHAAF only ISO Make dandy light truck.W. real estate will find up-todal
mass at T:41 dally. Sunday vice on first and third Sunday at I HARRIET c. STONER a widow M. LOU. L Rhode, Florida City
school Saturday I a. m. Sunday IKK: STONER ..0.... Individually nnd .. lletlnga In our office. Many ol
m, conducted by paator i (
p. Admli.Utr.trH ale CHAMHFRMHUKO IrfllruiODK )
than still sub
School Sunday following I o'clock TRUST COMPANY u ra-ndmlnkHnbir oT listings are at -nor.

tats,. Communion for women the METHODIST EPISCOPAL the oUU uf Haraaall C. Owner, -... mal prtoea We shall appreciate:
Sot Sunday of month; for men and Florida City Community Church I era I, H Special Master inChancery ISLAND eggs for atrtUngHatlxfactlon either your inquiries or your llatlnga
ippoinM by the Own la Hid guaranteed hire. OtMJ.
boys the second Sunday of month -Tho Rev. Burton F. Tarr, paator I ..>1<< and by victor of the tarmitkrreof all of which will have our
Itaneon East
King and
1oly hour tint Friday of month Sunday school at 10 a, m.i preachIng will off for ..!. and Mil at nub.Ik Highway beat attention. Now la the time
outcry I* UM highest end has bkUt I Federal Highway. Ill,to
it T45 p m. Mass first Fridayt t at T:10 p. m. Epworth Leagueat for cash .a the Smith front door of the to buy B W. Morris, now aaaoctated
I:45 p. m. Court Howe of Dade County I"h.. Chyut with IL A. Cameron, N W 9
T 10 Benediction of the .
> : a. m. Miami, riorhln on the 4U day of GOOD USED electric refrlgwatoraHomeatead .
eased Sacrament after m.... dJand.-Th. Rev Burton F MARCH A. D. 1VH bit>ra>a UM hour nfItm I Electrical Shop (djltf let Bt In Clllaena Bank Bid,.
10 .Flora A. M and two orka* PM Phone 71. (oilIf
achool Lm.
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE Tarr paator. Ue same bean a kcal MIN' day and 1
.; publlo worship, 11 a. m.Frb. the hours UM soul dour nf uln, the fo|. BETTING EGOS New IlampahlreRede i
Florida City.-Broadway and lowing described Property situate la Dade ACREAGE VM KO\rJi '
10-Smnon by Bishop F. County M rkl>, .....1\1 ll for fl. sera, Preston II
Pith etreet Sunday echool at I I. ,
T. Kermy. of Atlanta at It a. m. i Lot riflcm lltl of Block One III) Lee, fjoulda, Fla. ll:41 a. ID, for pupils under SO yean TAMIAMI PINES. a rMuodlvbloaat proportM.Purchaaera t
Service at 11 1ETUODI8T EPISCOPAL SOUTH recorded la Plat Book 14 at i
fof ag*; morning In MIAMI list
eve eo f
: Vine
pen II of the Publlo Records of young plant. ,
[o'clock. Wednesday evening see WhiM Stage church-some.- Dade County Florida. lOt Mra N. J. Ball, It N. J!:. with a broker you know to be a
testimonials atead the Rev. A. A. Koeetllne, pea Tie oak. properly u nfonMld taaHhOT
which Include of
with .11 till, b..U.._... and Ith 81. Phone IIIR. (nlUt) 1
healing and experience and remark tor. Sunday school at '.10 a. m, ..p."o8.._ t.. unte belonging, or In Send your BOOSTER./' /

on Christian Science, I p. m. preaching at 11 a. m. and ':10 p. fy any MM..fa.*...ipiMruialni.--. being Mid la .tll-- YOUNG Rhode Island Red cockerels Kriiitlon ot land price, teens, sisal

The public la cordially Invited to .,. m. Junior League at ':10 p. m. Dated this Oils day of January A. D. for breading purpoeea. Mr*. N. send postal and I will call or glee

Mid HI league at 145" p. m; Senior Ilia. GEORGE EDWARD HOLT. SOc Mra. N. O. Pall It N. E.SIIR. full Information te i. R. (Dick';)

League at (:'0 p. m. Prayer meeting I special Meter In Chancery.GAUTIER. (nlltf) Brooke, Homestead
Feb. LrMon-aenuen I'I
subject '
Spirit. aolkitore foe 1'1.1011"
February 10-Morning Maaaget I (Feb.,12) FOR RENT lit N. B. First flt, Miami ;

CHURCH Of CHRIST i "CtirifMlanUy and rhlloaophr" with South AUantlo Mortgage) Co.
TOHB BLDd. Oversee
Hornotead.- Corner of AvenueA special mud by the choir. EvenIng on lilghwajon
and Fifth etreet T. J. Hunton.minister. .I iweaagoa "Where Am If I route to Key Went at Florida
"It)'. pia. Write Box 1(1, Florida
Bible study at 10 a. Church
Silver Palm Community \
City. (pfi it) -
MM communion, fellowship and The Rev. W. J. Palmer, paator I SEMINOLE THEATREAduHa

preaching at 11 a. m.; preaching at Sunday school every Sunday at 1* 35V FOR RENT:furnished upstairs apt.

40 p. m. Prayer meeting Wednea- a, m., preaching services on Irak 34 feet square bath. Mra. S H.

at t JO p. m.CHURCH. third and fifth Sundays at 11 and MUSES Filch (IltnNII"Ef.T
S5e Children .
LT.31.Logsge..s 100'a
T. 1t.I
or ODD 710. t19 as ,
I I FURNISHED BKDROOM. ;Mallnm lilt and lilt
nomeatead.-<0 M. W. First Feb. l -Trinrlpal Carl Warner modem conveniences II N. B.14th .

*ve. Re". J. C. Orubba, piator will speak at 7 JO.METHODIST. I I Rt fltf)

Sunday school at ':41 a. m.; preach. FREE t'RIIytJIIU'HY S

|ug at 11 a. m. and T:to p. m.; Senior Florida'' Cliy-the Rev. Edith Tarn- NEVERI HELP WANTED, MALE
'You iAIe'
C. O. G. Society (:10 p. m.; Intermediate blyn, paator. Sunday School, .:It p. I Belong to
C. 0 O. 8. In WANTRIt. Tea and Coffee Route
parsonage m.; preaching 110: and t P. m.: with 1.KK TRACY "end IfI 7I.EN
110 C. 0. O. 8 Inparsonage Man fur regular mule through
p. m.; primary Young people'a meeting, lit ;MOnuAN
<:to p. III, Midweek Junior meeting 1:SO Tuesday; prayer BEFORE SUCH A Homwteiui' and Dado ('ounl,. A po )
prayer service at 7:SO p. m. Wed. meeting 7pm. Thuraday.PETECO8TAt. pl\ by "letter Immediately. Toe- ADDED; Comply and tarloonSYTlKim

leadayCHURCH. SMOOTH SHAVING BLADEat tied Coffee Co., Kokonio Indiana '
', JUtltlR' : t

OF THE NAZARENE!: Ooulda.-Rev. C. C. Haniberger I Ipaator thIs low prices LEGAL NOTICES

Homeatead-The Rev. Howard Sunday echool at 141: I "Dordertown"II'

tekel, paator Sunday school at Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:10 pin i, NOTICE OF ,4I'l'r.u' \TIONI
I OK TAX "1<,1<:11 with PAl'I. Ml'M
Hi: a. in; preaching at 11 a. m. and Young People' meeting at I:no \'ill.* la hereby given that MraVmiu .
ISO: p. m.; N. Y. P. a. and Junior p. m. Ladlea' Prayer Circle Tue rilmpaon battier an assignee l Play [,mile C.rrollll..h..III.. novel.llWr "

sating at 8:It p m Prayer weeing day at i:10 p. m. Mid-week prav! "\oso f ":tUI"In',ml and 3Hn8 County. dated Tax th Certificate. lit daY I): "The \\'luniili," a Iliiwdwayllrnlllo.

Wednesday evening 110. service Thursday at 7:SO p. m ,,.s i t.sdnnt" A. U l'i.7 has filed said Comedy and Stolen M<*

Princeton-:F. P. McCall paalor PRFSBYTERIIV IIICRCII < 1'1'1 i I< HP In my otrii.i.. .mil. him tNl,..
d'',.Id I I' ii'lltatlnn: tor i II.. '| Sunday school at 0:45 Preaching Homestead-Krome avenue at Nllth 1 t I 1Ih""P"H:: \ In ., with
it 10.45 a. m. and 7"to p. m. Juneor street: the Kev Frederick V I one I -ul I I...rW.'t.. .nihnie the sum.\\\IOSIl: FKII 10-11 t t

meeting at 6:30: p. m Young peo. ),"bvdu pnitor Sunday school at i" ,,,II,,,, ik Uioillml' property, KltuatI FRANCIS EPKUKn and ..Ii'r'

B'S meeting at 6:30: p. m. Prayer]I a. m: dlvlue worship at 11 a. ti "I.I ii i iiitle,ii I ft niinty lull fl, *Plnrlila 9,I Dlmk; V"'" UINUKII ItOUUU In .,fy' ,

meeting Wednesday at T:10 p. m. and 7 30 p. m. .H Ijiwifnr. ..t.le. Plat jrManhattan"

Rook i. Page SI. In the "Uomanc Jn
/14/tI' ,,8JI.'I'.181118,118i81818118'' :,,8'' 8118118'8'i .t/,::/III//II" I r t'> ,nty of Dade. State of .v

THIS COUPON GOOD FOR 25 CENTS AT mHOMKSTE The loHda reiimnt of sold property I

under the said I Certificate issued wee I Two heats alesX4ea, */0"" OD to r-
In the name of Unknown. I'nMM tmtft day I IADIElfr
I aid rertlfk-ale shall he redeemed ao-
cording to law, tax deed will issuethereon : I"-"**"." R. K. deplptdel

F "GdNttsMeN: on the lath day of March a" ...ay and Mldt'l'Ia." ad
*.!* Pll\KM\CY A. D. 1911.
Homeatead, Florida S i Q 'Duties the post hryan bated this Ith day of February A, t'agohered Travel Talk. :1
bees drive.J .
.' D.. im :
Present. this Coupon and 75. and receive. one full size f 1.00 bottle of B I basusecfOKMdykaoA B B. 7CEN.-R'F:11., !EB. II and IS

California Stomach Tablets gReremineiraVd C c the bl.dw-were tower posted board gnaw raw r Clerk oN LlCATJlERMAN"j' 'Girl 0'My Dreams'with j

for ULCERATED STOW SrEPSI.\, UK IRT- S i lag became edur*bow By

.\ BtRN.10; DSrEP8lOAMtlNESS: and IMUfafcHTION. g / common of my pocksebook. Circuit Court .. ) MART rAm.lrtl.K
: I I'I' .Now yaw probate IF.11., :
'' Sold M an absolute guanntr It nut satisfied with results In au 1 It. kM again beamed The acreen'a greatest ro ed in a

,, dare return to at and money will be refunded. U back charms comfort ac Darkling romance of college youth I

: CALIFORNIA TABLET CO. J I'' f aomtracon."S Eugene LtonfiMe I Edward Stiling !

i ATLANTA LOS ANGEUEJ: SaaJoM,01if.n'Uawbciud .-..Real Estate "A Demon for

EDPiU091'n.LII'," .d."1/'i'' .IiiUIT.Tocsic.,.I .f.73IUIItli1UR1iERS1kL I I lenan die General Insurance CITY. FLA. Trouble"with
I this prate the eaiailnginMOthlhvnag FLORIDA
\ I quslay of hohak j,.Tar I Cor.' Palm Ave and Are. B BOB 8TERLK 1
II I ,tree eefamly has
bode.Gwhob.kJi.demToer. I An action.filled drama of tr.'..l'rlore .

,\ >XA/ SALLBT YOST NO. 4* and lov
nwd IW -a tee JOHN O. ...It q
mucTl. value at t9 AMERICAN LEGION ADDED' "Clomle Knight," a! FabU I
for oalyi>co! Unfa -
cml p.cka of i Herta first and third WednesdayS Caru"tn.HIIL9. AtY. i

hello p. m. Americas Legion. Dld(, .
? ..FKr. t'lJ.Jt: tied .1 .
{ M>MbFiwrPRDBAK (old poll office) South Krome An, .
OMEJ25 p..a 'm'an
Homestead, Fla. '4It'gaGift"

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14Iour Ambulance Service 1 w0Lh'1 10 )'87W5 and

rljONIO + x 9.,*,.1\oT
LADY ATTEXIUNT ',DUED 'Ceased) and Betty Hoop

N. '' ,
Phone 664-R Homestead 0 TMie SPAT are 1'1 C.rtuosl. f
I I Iv oiHia Mrmn Ponpn0 WANT ADS PAY ... ." n )} (( . ..t

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Page Twelve THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Friday, February 8, JOM.I .

I ORANGE FETE the not of the week hut In their Service Station Now
light stood ItMhoa will be sold sandwiches. amt Operated by Drivers ir

TO The dally program' of aoeertalnment I
which were not planned. beyond The operation and man R ni >nt I
of the Central Service 1'1"11011
yesterday will be discontinued, and
Krom avenue at N. W. HIM on,1street :
OVER SUNDAY attention will be centered en the emhlbU I
woe taken over Friday liv U
W. Orlggen. He .succeeded. a
The Indiana Club won the box of
fruit offered for the best Hunt on
pia,. .. man whose, new business plane wl.'l
the alltea day nrogram 'WId" -
Despite tha, frost and other .*!> be announced ahortly.Mr I
I fleck of this season tIt_ boys MMlo Drlggere hat been Alt em
t the occasion and brought In roMcti FIRE STATIONIN uloyaa of the station ha pow maor
( from their own p Ttiboy age* far eight yearn ud I* eau
;t took advantage of =p or-I known to the Men of gasoline In I
; lunltr offered to them by the management GROVE AREA the Redland Wntrhst. The elation
of the festival for the Ml I will continue to carry Selberllng
product, also, by purchasing for Yale Urea. ibid batteries. Woco. anll// Fir fr/tt '
resale such other product as they I SEEN POSSIBLE I gas and TlcJen ell*. Mr. Drl. ; ;;dift I.B. 52'Sugar
did not hare, in order to raise chapter Bald and washing, polishing and,1, n TAN
fund for the father and ton (Continued from Pan One) groaning would 'be continued M a spselarty. -
banquet they are planning for Bent come kind of state and federal control .
month. that would enforce the laws :
Total ... r. A. sales during the against setting fire and have eome- CORRECTION! ;
festival approach forty dollar, ae- one on the Job to "nab the man who The lupervlalaohe back firing Admix
a cording to their adviser, M. A.Bak.r. starts them." about the A. O. Raab place hurt wk 11 C110 4 Cl
\ Two accordion solos by bliss 1I.r'orl. was don by the grove owner and :
Bwlde the product displayed Fogte, two reading by Marl nH by the Homestead fire department 3
the boy carried cut an educational Basher and two vocal selections by .. thin paper stated" by ml" Del Monte Ib can !
future by exhibiting J giving out Information regarding entertainment part of the program Coffee Vacuum
coverall of the .Important crop grewnh W.ok., program chairman, announced ; Packed : cPillsbury's
.r.. that Judge W. il Beck ham
All chapter member who were In ,of the Dad County juvenile court NO DOWN PAYMENT
a position to. temperate In this enterprln would be the speaker for next Tuen- : '
\V. Treat You .
Best Flour35c
did w, and these who were day nlgbt' meeting and that on
particularly active and had hnmedl- Feb II Dr. George Hyman. pastor $10 month
,t ate than of the display and sales of the Tempi Baptist Church In a : .N bag ....... ..... .. 35c 1

o 5, Include and Sydney Walter bee.Thompson Raymond anleted .Albright .. Miami will be would ladlei apeak.night, with February a barn St I: : PRIM Ads us.bout$10100000 PI/hllury'/ simpltr CASH/ 12 l Ib. bag ................ 65c : ,.

,r by Donald tickle, George ".tol\. dance aa the feature Mr. Flak. said _\ my Ml conical) 24 lb. bag ................1.2. i
and on March I the Lions will play
.r. Robert Sprlngfele Eddie Fri.deans
Oeerc Wright Jack FletchM boat to the Homestead Rotary Club i Libby'. '
Warn Wood, Fred Vlhlen, Will. at joint good-fellowihlp neetlnff.Mr MILK
la Baxter, Billy Anderson and other .' DIU Rasher announced thata 5 t tall cans 33c
*. I dance would be held at the Log ,
Tavern, juat South of Princeton, Saturday -
Inside the elubheuae In the lobby
Mr V. D. Martin had charge *f a .night-of tbuj-week, : Palmolive Soap, 5 cakes . 24c
flower exhibit for the Woman'. Club Right Mao WWB. W KITH OR PHONE
the Redland I-H OlrH Club had an Vole (over the telephone): "Areyou NO RED TAPE Octagon Laundry Soap Giant size 2 Jc,
exhibit and there was a display of
article mad from Florida hardwood the same wudenf"Gum ; Super Suds. 21g.I pkgs 29c
warden: "Te, ma'am." Buy New Plumbingat . ; \ '
fcf BenJ.. Orunwell of Redland. In Vole: "Well. I am M thankful I
the dtntnr room and on the back have the right person at but! Old Prices Irish ;
pore the doorways and wall ef Would .mind i Potatoes
you suggesting some :1Sc
which were' decorated with lOIha.Spwlall .
,lama* suitable for a children' per.tyr'Es Markowitz & Resnick
of citrus fruit and .A...,.. .
; needle, the women ot the clu..1 I INC.
served chicken dinner to the What' better than a man you lat W. Flagter St., Miami, Fla. I TAI Special J
estimated at more than can trout?' 1".IIII.ISJI.. -'
The dinner will be discontinued for "On who'll trust you."-Ex. i WI1Jt dllries -
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: $tiS ODD ONT PRIlE 35C
i Use Redland BrandFertilizers I ST


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pkff. .......................... 35c pif.IOC.
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= -a 12 lice. .......................... 65c 1 i
{ = Our formulas) .are especially prepared to give aI 2'c 24 Iba ..........................$1,21 ;

: s I"".. L\RGK SnlH 2 for :

-I:. | maximum on crops grown on Dade County Soils. I BANANAS ............ tJe: CARROTS .............. lSe113U'K&

Bt.TTJIR: 1116 CRISP a ,...d.

We has" TEN YEARS experience in mixing fertilizers | I I CRACKERS .......... 17c LETTUCE .............. 17c. .

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a FANCY a lbs.

: I that have proved satisfactory. Ask your 1 : MEAL or GRITS... 18c RICE ...................... 21c .

Shoulder lb. ;

= neighbor., r I : Steaks, lb. 23c ;

= : Fresh Ground lb.Sausage .

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I Fertilizer 5i Meat :lie:

Florida East Coast Co. I


; BACON . ..... 33c WHITE BACON... 18c ,

MANUFACTURERS ,? Jj- '. I'' String: Ends. Swift's Ib.t' .
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