The leader-enterprise
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00087294/00263
 Material Information
Title: The leader-enterprise
Uniform Title: Leader-enterprise (Homestead, Fla.)
Portion of title: Leader enterprise
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: South Dade Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Homestead Fla
Creation Date: January 26, 1940
Publication Date: -1941
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1931.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 29, no. 2 (Jan. 10, 1941).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 29, no. 1 (Jan. 3, 1941).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002057831
oclc - 33835104
notis - AKP5867
lccn - sn 95047482
System ID: UF00087294:00263
 Related Items
Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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,i Work on Hospital Monday :, IS FELT ; >

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! CITY READIES Tag Day For Infantile Paralysis OVER ENTIRE DEEP SOUTH .

Fund Dedicated to Preston Bird, Jr.PRESTON .

I THE WEATHER Breeze, Moisture Give .
Homestead's participation In the Local Vegetables

annual national drive for fundsto .
orrl.I.1 ...thr .....rt .1 the a.ht..sIeals.srfswt Protection
aid President Roosevelt's fight tit....... H......... ......... .
! against Infantile paralysis will take MERCURY JIlTS 38
the form of a tag day sale by schoolmates D... Mi.. a., 1=
i of Preston B. Bird Jr. who Jan. Ii 80' 57 2U61

;ii Gossman TSupervise was stricken fatally by the disease Jan. 20 I 60 I 48 ;,30.021 1 0.011 Cold Snap Forces Closyig
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i last summer .Jan. 21 I 139 I I
of Schools Two
Erection of $46,000 Jan. 22 I 169 39 1 30.231 fl'
The Kappa Phi Delta Sorority,
Jan. 23 15 55 0.01 Days
, BuildingPROJECT
composed of Homestead High 129.90
I Jan. 24 81 47 0.40
School pupils, will have charge of Jan. 25 38 j3D.281 South Dado'i growing are was
the tag sale tomorrow. The sorority the only spot in the 'United Stutes

DONATED BY REnD a has received the permission of that escaped damage from the cold

A. Frank Katzentlne, general FIRST PRODUCE wave that aent the mercury near
Structure' To Be 176x36 chairman of the President's birth-
the zero mark in many section ef

With Capacity of day county celebation, to forego committee the usual In Presi-Dade PURCHASED ATFARMERS'MART I the "deep South" this week

15 Beds dent's ball Tuesday night and substitute Warned that the freezing mark '

the tag sale instead.. might be reached, along with *

Construction of Homestead's new Tpmorrow tag day will be dedicated heavy, frost Wednesday night, I local
$48,000 hospital will be started by to young Murd grower! were apprehensive of

.- the WPA Monday, It was announced Thirteen members of the sorority Official opening of the Florida crop disaster. But the thermometer
yesterday by Dr J. A. will sell the tags on the streets City State Farmers' Market has
registered a low of only 38 in
of Homestead. Boxes will be
who been set for Wednesday, Jan. 31,
Smith with Preston B. Bird,
placed in stores and other placesof the vegetable-growing area and
It was announced yeterday by Cordon -
fathered the project and worked business to receive donations only a slight frost appeared, and |It
for 1U materialization for more until Tuesday night E: Dill, manager. The first In
was mainly the plneland sec-
than a year. !PARMAN HEADS Sorority members who will par- transaction at the market sheds tions.

During the past week city work- ticipate in the tag sale are: Miss was made yesterday when! Charles,
Moisture( in the ground and light
men and machinery have been engaged i Wave Horton Miss Mary Grace Ray, buyer tor- the Tom-A-Toe I
CHEST CAMPAIGNIN prevented the frost from
Done Miss
: English, Miss Barbara Produce Company of Atlanta purchased -
In doing material In the
digging "footings" en Nina Dullard Miss Claudia Con- a truckload of tomstes any damage

which the walls of the hospitalwill LOCAL ner, Miss Frances Lamb, Miss tram George Smith, local farmer. glade farm area. A negligible
quantity of beans and tomatoes,
rest. The Katherine Marsh, Mill Betty
"footings" are Mr Dill pointed out that the .
however, In rrlplaces '
were nipped sev
trenches two feet deep In the solid Brown, Miss Mary Frances Ar- market i* the only one of the 26
j I rock to be filled with concrete and Clarence J. Parman: recently I thur, Miss Jamie Richards, Miss similar ones in the state operating tural protection.A which were. without n'\*
Doris Warr, Miss Betty Jane Mey- under the service-fiee system to
I reinforcing steel.J. named head of the CommunityChest bem and Miss Nina Dyal. fleet of privately-owned airplanes
Buyers are to be chargedone :
E. Gossman, who supervisedthe campaign In the Homestead growers. handled, and came to the Homestead air-
, cent per package from Miami to be of service
costructlon of the
new municipal -
la completing plans for the \
area, this money will be used for the
library, will be In charge in creating an artificial wind by
II drive which will start Monday and FIRST FEDERAL maintenance and expense of the
, of the hospital work. continue to Feb, 15 Mr. Parman market. I flying; over the growing crops. But

I The hospital property comprisesan said he will appoint five workers. All available apace has been reserved they remained grounded when it
entire city block bounded by waa ascertained that the prevailing
Roscoe Brunstetter, chairman of MERGED) WITH by buyers in the two sheds
N. W, First avenue and Second breeze was sufficient for protection "
the chest
the division of
county of the market which are 600 feet
avenue and Thirteenth and Fourteenth campaign, announced funds received I and 400 feet In length, respectively -
UNIT IN MIAMIMerger of the AutoGiro
I streets. The hospital bulldI in south Dade will be divided Dusting airplanes
lag which will be 178 feet In length Associates, based here, went
follows: 85 cent for
I as per A restaurant at the market witha
, and 38 feet in width, will be on the food! and milk for school children; I seating capacity of M, will be about their duties at dawn Thursday
east end of the property and will 33 per cent for medical care and of the First Federal Sav- opened by William FoUlard ofHomestead Ice formed on the ships'
fact First.avenue. the remainder for miscellaneousneeds. ings and Loan Association of Wednesday.ROTARIANS wings during the period aloft
The property for the hospital! Homestead with the First Federal I on Beans are the least hardy of the
was donated to the city by Com- The goal In Mr. Brunstetter'i I vegetables grown In this area and
Loan Association of
missioner 'J. D. Redd Originallyhis urea is $283,000.liEDLAND. Savings and they would have suffered extinction
gift comprised the eastern half Mimal has been completed and the SET had the frost been only slightly -

of the block but later Mr. Redd heavier and there
business of the combined Institutions was no na-

included the entire block. I II. n S. will be transacted at the offices FOR MOTORCADE' I tural protection, growers said.
+ The hospital will have a 15-bed There are approximately 4,000
of the Miami association: al
capacity. All equipment and ac- acres of beans growing. Tomatoes
commodations will be ultramodern CI ASH TONIGHT, 100 N.W, First avenUe, Dr W.:H THROUGH AREA are slightly stronger than beans

and the departments will include Walker, president said Wednes- while potatoes are the hardiest of

an obstetrical ward a delivery the crops, and could stand much
room 8U&II operatingroom. IN RATTLER GYM day.Under terms of .the merger The annual jnotoroade In which punishment before dying, it was

Four bassinets will be Included agreement, savings investors In the members and guests of the Miami said There are approximately
In the equipment Homestead association were given Rotary Club will visit points of 7,000 acres of potatoes and 12,000
Basketball Ants expect a real the option of withdrawing -their Interest In the farming and grove acres of tomatoes growing at

sport treat tonight when the Diamondbacks savings in cash or exchanging their sections of south Dade was scheduled present in southern Dade county

NOTED PHYSICIAN! of the Redland Farm- account In the Homestead association to get under way at a o'clock The cold snap this week gave

life School and the Growers of with a similar account In the this tnoming school children two holidays. On
FROM I LABRADORTO Homestead High School clash in Miami association Mprtguges previously The motorcade will pause at orders of James T Wilson, Dade
the Redland gym. I held In Homestead now are no 'n for a fish fry luncheon at the county school superintendent they
The teams played once before held in Miami and the owners .t i I.-mestoad city park and a joint remained away from their clause

SPEAK HERE this season, on Dec. 15, at Homestead these properties hereafter will 1 meeting with the Homestead Rotary Monday and again yesterday
with the Growers taking man: their mortgage payments to I Club. f The cool breezes blew good
f the contest 2g U 25. Last year the Miami office. I The glade farming area, to to be\i bu"ness to local dealers in stoves
Sir Wintred G rendall, JC.' A. M. the Growers won the three games The merger places at the disposal visited in the forenoon and the I ar all kinds of heating appliances -
A., M. D, who-has spent nearly a the teams played. of the people of Homestead the grove section will be visited In while dispenser of krrg-
half century in missionary work Tuesday night the Growers will full facilities! and financial resources the afternoon. The motorcade will lens reported a sell-out last Mon.. ." '

among the Eskimo and other fishermen Journey to Miami to play Andrew of the Miami association, end at the grove of Dwight May,. day I
of Labrador, will speak be- Jackson High School. The contest which Is the oldest federal savings where the visitors will partake oits The temperature readings Monday
fore a meeting of the Redland District will be played tat the gymnasium and loan association in I fruit and fruit Juice. J. R. Brookiof I and yesterday were the lowrrtsince
" Mlrlaterial1a11on In the of Miami High School bees use. United States, Dr. Walker pointedout I the local club la general chairman 1034 when a "freeze-out occurred -

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r BRAZIL EDITOR II. II. S. BASKETBALL ., ---lL IL S. NOTED PHYSICIAN work.to Labrador to aid let missionary'

I SCHEDULE Among Sir Crenfell best knownj
book are: "Adrift on an Icepan," *
MISSIONARY TOTAIKATCIIURCH I laa. t*. Kedlasrf There tConJiniKd, -t: ;; ; Page One) (Continued From Page One) "What Christ Means to Me,. Lab.
I... M Andrew Jacksoa Then Andrew Jackson's btalutWa floor I Homestead Presbyterian Church at rador Day*" and "forty Yean for "
Fee. S Miami Brack line it CIIIt-ot...*. 10 o'clock Tuesday morning Labrador." In connection with his
I Feb. I St Patrick's .._ Hen I i Sir GrenfelL called "the world' address her he wtt 'display M
Feb. < Ft. Laaderdale :Then Because they failed to follow I most famous doctor." was sent to I exhibit Illustrating the industrial

The Rev. Alva Hanllc, missionary Feb. 0 Key West There jorders. Coach Ted Bleier said. the I Labrador by the British govern 'and social lite of the natives of
Brazil : Feb. 1J Miami Mick .__ Then Growers dropped a game to Uw'Omen ment In IBM, when sickness hard- Labrador.
in for mar than 40 l
years and publisher of one of the Feb. IS Lake north __" Her of Key West High School![ship and suffering were widespread -l
oldest In that country Feb. 1< Fence de Lee TJwrt last Friday The Concha tucked i in that country. He devoted
f newspapers
will speak at the Homestead Presbyterian 'I Feb. 2. Dclrsy Hen away a M to 20 victor?. I himself to the establishment of
.' Church at 11 o'clock Sunday 'I Feb.23 Andrew Jackson lien All the way through the .fame.!hospitals' schools and orphanage I EXPERT RADIOREPAIRING
morning His took will be' I until the last tour mfawtes of play'and was instrumental in bringing'collective
\ "ExperlonoM la Brazil" I i i,Mother of B. M. Hindman I the Growers had the upper band.They .'i and personal industry
Dr Hurdle went to Brazil at ..I' | were MM to froaat the ball:to a higher plane. He pined especial -
turn of the century and remained I:Dies In Miami Hospital I during the waning minute, but I recognition through his
there until last May when he returned I 1 instead they kept the ball in play, spiritual as well as his medical Prompt service on all
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I to this country At present' Mrs Myrtle M Hindman. 82 with the mutt that the Concha work. makes on
Dr end Mrs Hardie are the guests mother of Baker M. Hinduism I'came from behind to win I Through his lectures and writ-
()f their daughter Mrs CharlesWilts principal of tht jjl"!e"' Lead and At the end of the tint half of lings' / Sir Grenfcll attracts hun- automobile radios .. .
at Coconut Grove They Florida City schStV, 'ied Tuesdayin I tbe game the Grower were leading reds of college! students yearly
i will return to Brazil In Mareh.'I'I' a Miami lieupml following an I IT to I ass| at the end of the I II L. C. Dodd ,
Dr. Hardie started ,illness of *evc l day She resided -I third quarter were ahead IT to 10. ffiiANT.AP 1
I paper. The Evangellta, at Uber- at 139 fk W. Thirtee-.'h During the fourth quarter theprowen I !y".tAD Flower Bldf. 1
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\, landia Brazil, 28 years ago and I!Court Miami W advanced to 20 and the I II 1t
has been editing it continuouslysince A native ofvrTiMinapoUs, Mr tonchi west to 17 Then with I t
that time He has been moderator I Hindman had been a resident of the end of the game in sight Key
ft the Presbyterian genera! Miami since 1921 She was a member West got control of the ball and f
assembly of Brazil since 1S2J of the Order of the Eastern Star went on a scoring apree.Tuesday DR. C. H. DENBY .
The Rev. George H. Rick pastor of Coral Cable and of the Wo.man's : night the lot
I of the local church. I* attendingthe Relief Corps of Miami. I a herd-fought game grower with Fort
Smythe Lecture at Columbia Beaide her son. Mrs Kiodmani '
Lauderdale here The was
score .osteopathic Physician
at survived by her husband H. F.Hsndman .
Theological Sesaaary Decatur. *
22 to 20. During the last three
Co.i and a daughter, Mrs
minutes of play the statay
I Edith C. Ferris of Miami. Funeral up ...
froze the ball, which spelled vie
services were held at 4:30 o'clock! Pkoae 39Homestead
Brief Illness Ii Fatal yesterday afternoon at a Miami tory for them.

To Mrs. Agues Uendenon /usseral homer Bunal was in Wood- The game Wit *. exciting affair ,Fla. -'
l !awe Cemetery.. with the outcome in doubt until -I
\ the final whistle blew. The (Over Brown's Drug Store) _
Mrs. Agnes Henderson, 14, --CLUB Growers trailed 9 to 4 at the end I
I widow of C. N. Henderson and of the first quarter and 1110,
mother of Mr*. Otto meeker and An educational film will be presented at the end of the hall During the
Mrs Frank Bemecker of Homestead by the Townsend Club of last portion of the game the going -
died Wednesday a Miami Homestead at the First Baptist waxed more spirited At the Green: Lantern RestaurantAdjoining
hospital following a short UInHl.I I Church next Friday night Admission ,three quarter post the score stood I
i Funeral services will a'I; I will be free. ,20 to 17 in Fort Laud rda1e', fav-, Hotel Redland
1 o'clock this afternoon or. The Grower Just couldn't *
Baptist Church of Homestead wits! READ THE WANT ADS better this mark. 1 I Afro Chen Victor Proprietor
the Rev. J E. Johnstone, officiating
< Burial will be In Palm Cemetery -

1 Naranja 1 1I
i Mrs Henderson a native of Co-
dumbia Flan had been living at
I Miami for the past four yacn.: Prior '

I .t Princeton to that. for She:21 years was the she widow lived One resolution it's not too

Clf Charles N. Henderson who was,
one of the largest grown In this

i ana Besides her daughters Mrs, BUICK TAra led snow lllammN/JSM multl 51, late I to make J 11 1

Henderson la survived by a son. fimfnf hones aides
Dale Henderson of Miami; three I H109 MtinJ .l Hot '
brothers, E. D. Waldron of Mayo, Mull "IIit/II". .., ,
R. L. Waldron of Pompano and B. "" "__,.
i\ D. Waldron of Arcadia; and a ,
;; ; sister, Mrs. C. L. Frailer of Jacksonville ; '!


Tutt To Give LectureOn

t. Christian Science: I

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Or John M Tutt, C. S. B_ of,
Boston\ Mass will deliver a freer 1 1t..IIIIooo.
lecture on Christian Science at the I 1j
Neva King Cooper School audi- j I 1I
torium at 8:IS o'clock next Thursday -
: night The lecture will be I
\ under auspice of the Christian I
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. Science Society of Florida City. """" '.
Dr Tutt 1* a member of the board I INo
t of lectureship of the mother

church, the First Church of Christ matter what' happened to old-type lever for
Scientist, at Boston. gear Handishift So why wait to get your Buick
rest of those f.thetnn.mi"ion that works with a Prices are low now-lower than on

i '-.UD THE WANT ADS year vows, there's still time to re- finger-flick. some tixes-and delivery is prompt.

; I It solve to(have yourstll! some Jars You can help yourself to roomYourdealerha..fullIin.toahow., 'I

t this year with that power-packed, the spacious expanse of the Buick too, and your old car's worth more
DR.R.S.AKERSDENTIST i iI if surefire pleasure! producer Super's next.thing.to-6ve.'eet' front now than it will be later. ,, I I j

sight)*, sprightly, roaJwise 1940 ..at.. You can ride in Poamtex !
Buicld cushion comfort, with Safety Plat'I I ow about some action? Time's

: I Office Mows I a. at I* I tv a*. Class all around you and every a-wasting there'a fun to be had-
\ Sundays Ie 1* You can put yourself behind: a thing from a built-in automatic there's a Buick waiting hang "j

. CWtd Saturdays husky DynaHash straight-eight choke to Buick's exclusive Fore- your license plates all I
1 that's veritable tornado when it
: ,: i Free N-Aft Direction Signal
Parking Space
\ conies to going places-but actu- to make driving easy
I ITU N. w. srni BT. MIAMI ally silkier than walchwork in its and convenient.. 11og

, rltunE ttuiRe smooth-and-casy freedom from al0 j atloo
vibration. Cq gTAIM244HOP

.. ... (IM TANKS-year
1 --I t I You can switch to gentle coil 4-ios M Adds Ge gr rsk
awe that year area are as dow to r'
i iI sprint and never need another A.Seas ut..rgk Jasd.
geed a*ya.r knaea-a.a.ft...: pa fmsp. .Irk
I tested at least once each year I' "lube Job. You can discard the wr d tr4 surf, 4 so aaa arr. i AZt.a: er er

DR. F. P. ARCHER 00 .,

AND SON wttzsMPtAs

-' consulting Optometrists

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lq,1..V pensutiWill1Reveal.N-.r.w the shooting was the ""lmln foest.I'1oetf'lxrlod"f'frdubT6't
Loral Business StatusRapid e-
twcen him and Jones. He said he
fired when Jones advanced on him
and substantial progressIn with a knife.Father I Est r
the conducted national business in Homestead census being by- eiios

Thomas Theui was reported here of Ralph Wilson \
yesterday by Z. O. Young assistant Succumbs In Michigan FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, JANUARY 26th and 27th
director of the census In the
Miami area. Mr. Them started I PHONE 34 FREE DELIVERY ,
hit work her Jan. 6 and will move Ralph Laurel Wilson E. Wilson of Homestead, 78. father died of .........................................................................................................
to another Motion in this vicinity ;last Friday at his home in Holding, f'INK
when it ll finished. 1 Mich. Mr. Wilson, a retired refrigerator GRANULATED SII1rrEDs
The business' census is expectcj! manufacturer was a frequent -
to be completed by April 1 when I visitor to Florida. He spent SUGAR 23c Doz.
the housing, farm and population'seven month at his son's home Ibs. EGGS 29c
census will be itarted. this year: and returned to Michigan
The exact business and economic in August.
status of Homestead and the I Besides his widow Mrs. Rose Will oe4.e
Redland District Will be available Wilson, and his son Ralph Mr.
when the census i* completed Mr. Wilson Is survived by two other
Tbeus pointed out The rapid tons, Walter J. Wilson of Grand QUALITY ME74TS
growth and increased prosperity'!''Rapids Mich and Leo J. Wilson ____
of Homestead during the past ten'I of Cleveland, Ohio.
yean will be reflected in the census Ralph Wilson went to Belding
and thus will lerve to attract several days before his father died. WHITE BACON lb. lOc
more capital and more residentsto. His return has been held up by ,
this section he laid. heavy mow at Belding.
I ROII..llaue. MEN rose. GEORGIA as.,.aD .

. U.ond is Denied Negro 1 Will Present Moliere SAUSAGE_ Lb. ._. __. 20c SAUSAGE2 ua.2genKliIl
: In Dance Hall Slaying Play in Coconut Grove PORK -
: -A verdict charging John Barnes,,1 NECK BONES 3 HAMBURGER us.
13, negro, of Cutler, with second The Grove Players wilt presentMoliere's LB 25c 10eCVD..r.
Invalid"at -
Imaginary ---
degree murder in the death of A. GA. SMOKED PURITAN B.IEA..AST
Club Coconut
Jf Jones, 22,negro, shot fatally in the Lit.
*crowded dance halt at Pen-In Cn T.on Tuesday and Wednesday BACON 19c SLICED BACON LB.2Sc
Jan. 30 and 31.
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last Saturday night was returned
This is the best-known of Moliere' WESTERN BEST LEAN swrrr" PREMIUMPORK
Jbf a coroner's Jury In the court
and la laid In Paris i
if plays CHOPS 22c LAAMBSIIOULDER'16cInvy
Justice of the Peace Sid L.Ken- seventeenth .
during the' tenfuryTh
jJrlck Wednesday night
:_: entire production hat been designed
Following. the Inquest Judge
Kendrick bound Barnes over to the by Jeanette Kellogg and
Maurice Geoffrey who have done BEEF ROAST25c
grand jury without ball. .
work to
Ten-negro witnesses at the Inquest extensive assure WESTERN
of the
the authenticity costumes
were vague as to the cal'"
of the shooting but were unanl I and stage settings.
moui in statements that wild con I Leading roles will be played by
fusion among the dancers In attempting Joy Fleming! and Charles Duerkes. CABBAGE LARD MILK C R N
Walden Greenwell Is director of 21
to reach exits resulted I
when Barnes fired. Barnes laid the group. FREER GREEN I COMPOUND ANT-BRAND I CAN

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Sears White Sales SALT SelfaRISI11g fLOUR

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coast for Us rood honest servlcit Snowy while:

-woven of firm twisted yarn Hand torn 1 Bar Soap FREE Black Eye Peas 2 LB. 15cJ
hems; sloe tars for Identification. ,
arge Box all for 22e --

Pillow j Cases Octagon Granulated Soap MEAL the, Best 5 LB. 14e

23cLaunderite and ,. '\1IOLE GRAIN

Free Soap all for 8e 'nICE' 5 LB. 20cISe


Biscayne Blvd. al 13th. Miami. Ample Free Parking IOe Black 2tor 1Se
P & G SOAP 3 bars JOe Pepper

OXYDOL Lg. box, only 21e Peanut Butter 2' JU 2Se


OLEO, Lb. .. . lIe LETTUCE 1 for 7e
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\ c..1ge APPLES .. .5 Lbs. 1ge

FRESH EGGS DM. 3ge Irish Potatoes 10 LB. 25e .

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Pave Four THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday, January 26, 1940r

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hh11.h.4 "a" ot 11._.. via67 20 Years Ago
the ....th Dodo r.SIi.SI.a. C..pan. '
Il..n4 M, MM4 MM Bill Mt" MAO ,
Mwrk II. HU. .t the MM .(ltc.llMMittBd. o. ore rlmr'
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watlm froni fllM *f the
i I mementoes
SIN AaCDM .PiwMmt ..* Wllw .a BnunrlwUHI.hM Mm l.. Iris
I u the month FtarMi _... ..a
MARJORIE LEACH ARCHER I ......* 0... 17, 111. with H.. B_
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er Ury and T.*...... ;'Ah o '
} a Jan. Z9, 1820'Arrangement

I. B>>4t CMnOfltoM 11IMClIPT1ON,___.RATES........ II." have been completed -,*j

at .... CMKlr _oo..__......__- sue for the holding of the sees']
ond Chautauqua in Homestead. '
I Permission has been given by the "4
Said grim old Death the Reaper, railroad authorities to erect the f.,.
} "The docton are to wise tent! opposite the Homestead

With surgery and serum HoteL! .,
That no one ever dlei.Mr "
-"Ora Neff left Thursday for ii
spade 1* getting rusty
1 My corpfe-llghta growing few; his home in Elkhart, Ind., where **.,
t he has been called
1 on business.
This shroud must be discarded
For something smart and new"So He and his wife hope to coma ->,
down next year, to .1aJ'." 1

Death put on I helmet, 10 "Chase It Co. will ship five :,'
A coat with gold belaced, I ;' r ,r r pet car of tomatoes this week and *.
And buckled on I saber two can of grapefruit" ; .
About hU grialey waist; -"Mis* Julia Petty and broth

And million march behind him er Milliard Petty, arrived Monday :.

I And thousands march before from Tupelo. Miss, for a .f

I? For blinded by his splendor y :X.r visit with their sister Mn. I* B.' /
il Behold! We call him War.Anonymoui. e a_ fl"y f r Gandy." P

-"Mr. and Mrs. E S. Caplinger1 .

\ 4111 were In Miami. Tuesday. K
Russian Invasion Harks Mrs. Caplinger returned all tired

; Dack to Czar Policy out as a result of a strenuous
day keeping her husband from
i Russia Invasion of Finland Ii being run over while he was tar
{ such a i swift reversal of the avowed ing at the tall buildings'' 4

} Soviet policy that It recall to mind fI# -"The annual stockholders' /

the old saying of czarist days !/ 0111414.4QDEST meeting of the Bank of Homestead .

11 that the Russian foreign policy resembled fLOPGA MOMS0QRCm ff/g was held on Saturday last.

a pendulum. The old officer were .elected is
\ In the old days, the Clan would = follows: W. D. Horne, president
guide their foreign policy for awhile SECOND 2AHUMSThe W. M. Bradley, cashier GeorgeL.

I with an eye toward European Q /NtJ/AN CII/G/tJtlRIN6TII.G Reynolds, assistant cashier. The

} expansion and when checked, Ge ..rftoziDA,5 board of directors consists. ;of W.

turn to the Far East When f9/rl' G Jl'A7-' D. Home, W. f>L Bradley, C XV
checked there' ai by the Japanese Fuchs, Jr, Wm. Anderson Daft .
i In 1904-Ruiala would turn to I M. Roberts. The bank was established .

Europe again*_at when It rushed in 1012, the deposit for the ,
t headlong' toe defense of Serbia IRONWOOD, or Blue Beech tree, battles of the great Florida war, ho posses :; first year aggregating Jess than

., In 1914 Serbia was under the affords an unusually hard and heavy woocL sed considerable influence among the Semi.
"benevolent" protection of the A cubic foot,. when dry, weighs about 45 notes.' It was undoubtedly his capture and mark ha been passed 'lo.l91J" ,

1, war pounds. It is a small tree, the trunk of imprisonment in old Fort Marion in 1837 -"M. C. Hardee Farina flapped
As late aa last November, Soviet a car of tomatoes on SalunUiy and(
which is furrowed and ridged suggestive that led to the dishonorable seizure of I '
Premier Molotoff told the, world i expect to average a.car a day
: that wars of aggression are a of knotted sinews and because of this Osceola, Florida's most picturesque Indian i from .

( product of capitalism- Integral resemblance the Indiana called it "Otan- character, who negotiating for Philip's -"The now god on. of motor vehicles, ,

I part of the capitalistic system. tahrteweh", meaning "the lean tree." Be- release while under a flag of truce. The : 1 (if there 1* such an animal) appears ,

Even the communist sympathizers of the fact that the wood is so very hard, chief distinction of King Philip also known I to have It in for Fritz Fuchi.

) had a hard time justifying this tough and strong it is very suitable for as Emathla, was that of being the father of'' While driving home from Miamiin

statement to the willingness with levers and tool handles. The similarity of the war-like Coacoochee. His son, Coacoo- his newly acquired Metz, Fritz

1 which Russian troops ':dko over its bluish bark to the light grey bark of the chee became the recognized leader of the ran Into a ditch and did some
\' halt of Poland "for the the damage tl) both himself and the
beech tree gave rise to the name Blue Beech. Seminoles after Osceola's confinement and
Polish people"Polind "
however beaten Although the advanced age of King Philip was regarded as the most dangerous chief. car
wan a
"E, R.
Zalesky returned '
prevented his participation in most of the tan in the field.
nation, and couldn't resist the __ to his home In Elkton S. D., after ",

crnnn-nt"aontt- offices"With of Finland the Soviet, It gov is a ...,.,....,.vt+It'...,...,.,.,....,....,.,.......,.,. I far more influence In such cafes ....... ....." ..............,......" ............'_' a mother pleasant and visit sistcri wttH his Mr.family Zaleai -

I, different story. It will take more CURRENT ( than did any "gangster" movie. He ky a brother of M.... Charles (
:. than official Russian press dls- I went far Children in CourtBy Camp and Mn. S. L. Mlnott
ao as to say that this was
patches to convince the world that
Homestead Growers' Association .
;. dropping bomb on civilian populated COMMENTBy frequently given as an excuse Judge Malcolm Hatfleld will ship about fifteen <

r. 1 areas is an act of brotherlylove AGNEW WELSH MiamiAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA I rathet than a reason It being the wNNNNNNI ..".M cars of tomatoes this week and ono,

easiest and most plausible on*. .Iw./.u1N..TUN-8-4 or two of cabbage." .
The Russian Soviet government .- 0 -"Mrs. Walter Booth of EauGallle -
( Jim come out In Its true colors I Easter comes earlier (March 24) A Miami paper states that two It la quite common to read of a arrived here Monday and
not 11 an idealistic society seekIng boy accidentally shooting a member I ta looking the "
'than It will again until the year youth, through an "armed rob- country over.
+ a world brothei'hood-but a* a* 2000. bery" charge wherein of his family while playing -"W. J. Krome hal been sellIng -
d nation SB selfish, Imperialistic and they secured with his father's gun Such ,
An tjuite i iat
a dollar bill pears extensively : ,
r are
heartless: as the one ruled by the I instance resulted in the death of a price In the neighborhood of <
with life
Ripley there Is terms That'
says no use tryIng a frightful
: Nor Like all autocratic states, a younger brother, when a thirteen $33 a crate and sometime hither"1"Rev
. to find the exact location of the price to pay, and an unjust penalty
the present Russia, ruled by Stalin They can steal big old boy pointed a rifle at E. I. Getman the new.
'y l I" an opportunist government, north pole as mother earth wobbles with It but because money these and two getaway him in play. ly appointed pastor of the Community

t y qukk to take advantage of a situation so up there that you couldn't foolish youth are caught their An unloaded gun !. dangerousto Church, arrived in town on

that apparently offer easy : mark It anyhow< Veil, who want) |fre* are blackened by this one I keep within reach of the youngster Wednesday and attended prayer

I : expansion-ruthless in carryingout to fool with the Job, anyhow, just misstep.A because it creates a false meeting on that evening.' (Florida -
its policy. 'tense of excitementand City.)
I The stubborn and successful resistance now at least ttf rln
I spell death "Charles had the
I Gallup survey Indicates that small but high Ewing hat
; of the Finn brings to there are eleven and one-half million ly imaginative minds. Having a misfortune to lose his calf .". ,
.t, mind another old saying-that On the eve of appointment t independent voter In the U. loaded gun In the house should (Florida City.)

Russia always fights a little worsethan to the federal lupresna-i. bench, S. Broken Into percentages this constitute a criminal offense. -"tola Maynard and Fred Popp .
: expected. Apparently this Frank Murphy said ":: On.t be so would be distributed a* follows: Much heartache would be eliminated were married in Key West on Jan'
: ,": heritage of the czars could not be cynical a* to believe that there from Socialists one per cent; Independent If a gun is examined after uary 4." (Florida City.) ,
shaken off in more than 20 yean must be use and locked -"David and Olivia Barnes are:
.. corruption or a measure 19 per cent; Republican away where small I
,! of'Iet rule. of It, In municipal state and federal *, 38; Democrat! 42. Callus hands cannot reach It. In this case, 'carrying around several bruises o{

.:, ..... MI._"_ government: it doesn't need to states that this Independent 19 percent he must carry the burderv of I a beautiful blackish blue hue a*,
f. be at all." Wile word vote, if cast today would be his brother's death for the rest the result of a motorcycle accW
l't Ta LilliE given a* follows': Democratic 31 of his life. I.dent on Tuesday." (Florida City],:)
I II. A Miami Beach bonifac
hat instructed per cent: Republican 29 thirdpariT.
; THE SNARE OF THE MOVIE "WI1, doe Biggs the confirmed
his employee to tell two per cent; undecided, 38 *
bachelor, crestfallen?
I." amidTold I guest that those large, brown Insects per cent. Following several month of seem so
out with young
was dining a
that scamper to cover when h sneaking into the movie house, a '
Us'I discovered are not roaches but I An eminent member recently boy was finally seized and arraigned lady, friend when she spotted a table.gentleman !
at near-by
palmetto beetle However.a, rose {declared before th* American! An- In court He admitted that a '
......_... .. I other he "What1 wrong with that :
..N.N.-N.N. by any name would smell thropololialf.a r ap.( )rtesthiIn g knew several method of enterIng "Bigg aid have Wm join
i as sweet Chicago tjjii.*fr* was, h/ilfene the various theaters fe>.tew* 116.rt: 7
That a certain new man discovered cradle of humanity; like the Garden and that he had achieved a'reputation -
with chagrin that "half- A newspaper of Importance of Eden; toon which the hit- among his schoolmates for "Ye, go on""The ,
a-ahav does not mean "once quotes the field director of the U. mnrr race skeletal this ability. Fortunately, his young lady quickly rem
tprang a* remains pereats .
piled, Thli I sudden dear: ;
I o
over" at Bush1 but twice over S. Child
association when
as saying secured from different part advised of his misdemeanors I .
that's Ex.
only half the face. that the movie were not a* of th* world, allowed various were able to correct this our minister"1-
guilty aa charged for being the of youngster.The .
type man had existed there I of admission If they could escape
That the church society that left cause of juvenile criminality lie stemming back from homo sa-' movies exercise an irre-detection. Regular day set apart

the bottled gas turned on attar a said that a study of more than a More to the pre-man who lived in 1 tiatible attraction oat most chil :tot attending motion picture
Christmas party In the church annex thousand such caws, during a cave a million
or more yean ago. dren. It I II doubtful whether many I theater; and a stipulated allowance
agrees that "gassing" I* not three-year period, convinced him I The inference Is, the association I boy would refuse to enter atheatsjt I for this purpose will eliminate
**t cheap a* bet alt,., that heredity and environment had (Coatiaoed' Mr Far FfveT, I without paying tile price J temptation
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Friday January 26, 194( THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Pace Five ..,

jabbing his cane onto the sidewalk or idealism" which he does not second, a theatrical manager: the The Father .* Two Countries :i
and working his jaw on his regard as being good for our country third, a preacher and the fourth "If it bednt been for Wellington 1
CURRENT eating tobacco a token ha wanted "where the rascals now in aa undertaker. Upon being asked I Lincoln would have hud no
to unburden himself and he did In their middle or early old-age have' why these choices she replied: country to save.
COMMENTContinued these words: 'Til be ding-gone robbed the public and weakened' "One for the money, two for the Tes, and It hadn't been for
busted effen I kin luidertstan faith in public government in the show, three to get ready and four,I Lincoln Washington would i I". the
,,- these politician fellers. Now I political 'bad land of this coun to go-" {father of twlnsr-- .
alien try. He does Hot include Boy .
( From Page Four) supposed we DlmmycraU
Scouts in his category but probably -
war ferniiut
trusts an com-binas t
believe, that man has progressed an' all sich. Aint we sot a law had in mind as one such the'
through the age from an inferior agin it? Now I read that they wan Student Union which in annual I SIX REASO HY
defeated resolution
or ape type-the prehomlnla! to u-nlte them two big telegra a
race. Much evidence of iU existence companies-The Western Onion branding Russia a* the aggressor I

In Western Europe is being an' the Pugtal Now I calls that a nation in the o Finnish. 0 war.
gathered. unholy si-fiance an' I'm going to
0 write Franklin in word to the Now about this loap year business : -
: It is a 700-year old Scotch CROWN
A scientist declares that music effeck. See you later; so long, or
law and here Is toe original decree
will relieve pain and recommends top.
o : "For Ilk years known as
it to dentists In extractions. What
leap year, ilk mayden Jady of 10
would "Pull Out Met old man Tootleberry the
you suggest, for
both high and low estalshall haw GASOLINE
the Shore?" other day and he plumped this one '
Uberto to bespeak man she likes,
0 at me: "Say, what kind of a lot
albeit he refuses to talk her to be
Public opinion and expert opinion of fellers are you Mlamians anyway his low nil wife,he shall be mulcted
do not always coincide. The ? I see by the papen where in ye sum ana pund or less, as ; Rzwu arz
they stole marked bill used .FJ' YDV
a being
voted "Goodbye, Mr. Chips"the I his estalt may be; except and always ,
I by police as evidence. I've heerduv
best movie of 1939 but the pro- U he can make it appear
ducers rank it tenth In box ottlcerecelpf.t. people drinking up the evidence that he I* betrolthlt one Jther woman

this. standard The first three were judgedby "Jesse lieerd but durn of 'em me dealing ef I ever it"before he then*shall 0 be* -free. ;{>> .w41 nt PGPII1AR.FRICi!,

James" 'Union e
"Dodge City" and
Oberlin college, a beneficiary by
Pacific."To "Juarez" outranked, Press.reports. there will be
me say o
the will of one of its early alumni, MOIII M.LUCI
"Union Pacific,' but it wasn't in 299 uestions asked irf you fcj tIS tACN :
an aluminum processor, will receive OAUON
the money-box list or any other the census enumerators In the endeavor -
therefrom this year, a half
one. Brains do not count; you must to measure the advance 4
million dollars.People .
be a fool or a villain to win popular made in the last decade. It seems o .
acclaim. I strange that they could not think 5IW
who are continually
0 0 up one more, even numbers are '
"running off at the mouth" show I
Brantford, Canada, a city of I so much more agreeable.The a lack of mental poise and stability. -, '
about 30,000, has a splendid o 0
daily They are about as bad asthe REDUCED CARBON
of metropolitan type In which I first educational tnatitu- extreme reservists one of whomI 1 1OI."lIff ACTON AA9NCat
note that all advertising pricesare tlon accorded the rank ef _won- recently met on the street- r o ALt.ROUNO I pitlWadi 0tI0I ITS
quoted in U. S money; that a ity in the United Stave, historical museum Is to be established versity of Pennsylvania., wfll this ; reminding one of Englaad's I 4IoNO
at Amherstberg, site of old year celebrate till 4DOth ...._ famous "gloomy dean"-
Fort Malden, of War of 1812 fame; ..". Inge.I bbtam j* the name. Good,1
that the Order of the Eastern Star clean fern Jib spice of life Such'
has chapters there; that their county I met Kelri Poppln on Blatter II, for trrslaama, as Hayes Wood's,
fair cleared over $3,000 lag street and inked Mm abncA his saw about .&>ill car: said It wasgettns
year; that the Salvation Army ,eaoste, Sheen M__: "Oi whet ** tN he had to get for'
entertained the old people at he got a new fad she teed. -ab ut how It awe mt had upper and lower:
county horn the CaJeaga isooMgr women fwei, $alea. Or Ms one: A woman coe-,
1 <<711II har hair pink bkya oars trailed Lear Marriages, her first
In the war news,frequent eler-, *r eVaar ott otfler .. bwfoand bases a millionaire, her I 1 1AL 1t
ence is made to the Balkan, meaa-i Ain MBinc4u...a. Wisest amber
the sU small independent nation wm on enthusiast tbwt Mfestkmary j
of Southern Europe-Rumania, '-work 4a China tfht.f ixtnt e. .
Bulgaria, Hungary Turkey, Greece terrible about the poor, heathen
and Yugo Slavia and comprising a Chine Women binding their. feet; 'j
population of about 75 million, oronefifth now look at our women with their a\ 1
of that of the U. S. They spike heels and, that awful hair a OV 10t :
are largely an illiterate, turbulent dye. Ugh!" ) .
peasantry, always ripe for a disturbance I
living in constant fear Columnist Westbrook Pegler berate j
of their northern neighbors who these modern youth movements --
are, at Shakespeare laid of others, a* not being conducive to
"fit for stratagems and ipolli." character building, branding them 1
a* being power-hungry and *e- t tjll
Old :Ezra came toddling .along, man ln", "with no note of sacrifice SIB E4t tR t d .
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tr Pare Six THE LEADER-ENTERPISE ______Friday, January 26, 940 "

... '
-r"---- complete a study of birds. Transportation Mrs. Bird back after a four-days' "
WPA OPERATES I HOMESTEAD HIGH-LIGHTS was furnished by rentIng -I absence due to the flu.
the school bus.
On Lee's birthday the sixth
LUNCH PROJECTIN ,....-.-..............."..".............."..".."',.".."....-.."..""-...".."-N..-.... Enrolled in the fifth grade la a I grade had a Robert E. Lee programof "I"
CARNIVAL PLAT SELECTEDThe transferred from South Miami. new pupil, Billy Duboea from Fort which Lftrell Waters had
dramatic class under the Two new pupils In the first ,!Myers. The room is glad to have charge
supervision of Mr. Blackburn, the grade are Betty and John Parker
public speaking teacher, Is startIng from: Virginia.The .
rehearsals for an old fashioned J
Jacksonville Jan. 25. The I pupils in the second gradeare
melodrama which will be presented SEE
Works Project Administrationfree making Indian costumes from
at the Junior carnival. This .Is
school lunch project Is now I burlap and are all interested In
the first time the class has givena
operating in 3d counties of the the work. These will be on exhibit -
play of this kind and it Is expected
state, having absorbed the 23 existing I at the Fruit Festival :
to attract much attention Zephyr Mercury
county-wide projects and I Bobby Harris, Billy Hutchinson
at the carnivals
\ added 12 new counties to the lunch ,and Billy Perkins are back after I i
1 service list as of January 15, according absence because of flu. Mildred
to State Administrator Roy Cason la I new pupil In the third ; GEORGE MURRAY
F. F. A. club house has been
9 Schroder. crade. Miss Ray's room won the
the scene of much activity this put
:P.-T. A. dollar on dad's night I
"To participate In the statewide week. All broken window panelhave
school lunch project It Is necessarythat been repll\cetl"tI1e sUps have I Mrs. Bow and Mr. Hindtnan I : AT
were guests of Mrs. Dye'i fourth
the board of
county public
been fixed and all walls have been
grade last Friday during their library -
Instruction In each county desiring plastered. All of, Ibis, "fix In' up" Is
the service agree to act as to prepare everything for Mr, I period. In'' NEESE MOTOR COMPANYNext
A new pupil, Joan Surret, Is
co-sponsor of the school lunch .
Ron who Is to ilslt the lutuuFarmen
units," pointed out Mr Schroder. soon.Monday the fourth grade. Eskimo booklets -
"Each school wanting a lunch since there was no have been completed by the to Homestead P. 0.AMERICA'S .
in Miss
pupils Cooper's room.
room unit must be certified by the school, the members worked on the I
The fifth grade visited Rare
Florida State
Welfare Board the golf course. Twelve courts art
Bird Farm Thursday morning to
official project sponsor to the Federal rearing completion and abe more
Surplus Commodity Corporation are to be built. '' 'OLDEST & -
and the WPA before any operation
can be launched. ELEMENTARY NEWSA
"Schools which make application new pupil In the first grade 11
to the Florida State Welfare Betty Jane Cintoni, who was FEDIIA&1
Board for certification must pre-
sent evidence of malnutrition and -NIMM.NNNNIN/N IININMNMMNINN.MNININININHomestead V
actual need of the children within Girl Scouts\
the school. Lunch rooms must be ...r............NNLNN.-......................... 1Fird
operated entirely upon a non By Melba VanWInkla 'foIl,
profit basis with no distinction be Menus for the camp to be held \' r,
ing made between the paying and at Jupiter Jan. 31 to Feb. 2,
non-paying children as to meals were discussed at the meeting of .
i served or method of serving. the Homestead Girl Scouts Tues ". .,. '
f "Food furnished through the day afternoon at the home of Mrs. .
FSCC and WPA char leis Is not to Frank Skill, captain.A .
be depended upon aa the main committee composd of Ann
source of supply, but as supplementary Shackleford Patty Robinson, Barbara -
to the basic food requirements Home Mary Catherine Saber t
which must be furnished and Barbara Jean Smith met
through the board of public Instruction with Mrs. Russell Home Mrs.
as needed In cooperationwith James Hudson and Mrs. Skill on
Parent-Teacher Associations Wednesday to make final plans for
a or other local organizations supporting the camp. I '
; the Individual units. It was voted to purchase the 1

I "In each WPA area there) will books "The Art of Braiding and ""j .,,'" a
be a graduate home economist as Knot Tying" and "Designing with
supervisor assisted by a nurse andnece..1'1 Wild Flowers" for the scout library. ;rtj;
766" Done"A
administrative personnel .
Where there are three, or The Senior Patrol discussed a ,:
more lunch units within a county Miy Day tea which they wlU give
a county supervisor will be put In Federal Savings Institution W
charge. Units will be staffed with DR.M.A.BEKGERDentist
a cook and helpers upon a basis of r
one served.helper to every 20 children Which Has Never Paid Less Than :

"The work of completing the organization ,'
3% On Insured
of the project Is now Office Hours 8:30-1:30 Savings
being carried out by Mrs. Patti
Moulton of Jacksonville state First National Dank
supervisor, a graduate home economist The, First Federal is a mutual laving Institution operating '.r

s of and the formerly University In charge of Missouri of- BuildingI under the darter and supervision of the United Stilts Govern

the WPA housekeeping aide pro- Evenings by Appointment ment It is America' Oldest Federal, holding United States
gram." I Charter Number One. It is the largest mutual wings institutionin

the South.

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The savings of each account holder in the Pint Federal are

Redland BrandFertilizers insured op to $5,000. Dividends hare always been paid on

savings at a rate not lower than 3% per annum which at .

i present is deemed the highest rate consistent with safe and

conservative management. One million dollars in dividends lave

I been paid to First Federal savings investors in the past five


are manufactured in Homesteadby Bonds of comparable safety earn no greater returns and are .

subject to market fluctuation. Savings in the First Federal are

not subject to fluctuations of the stock and bond market or to

a locally owned company. < the hazards of uncertain business conditions.The .

1v%. >... ,.. ,

Mixtures are carried Association is currently! operating at an annual cost of lest ,'.

than 1% of assets, believed to be the lowest cost ratio in the 't
South if not i in the nation, among progressive institutions of' .J
i on hand for every this class. Resources have grown as fellows


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'I'. December 31, 1937..r".Trtr.'N'? 8774977.81,

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January 26,1940 THE ADER-ENTERPISE Pace Sewn

I .MININIYYNN.NMNYINNN.MMNNNMINMIYNN"YN, guests Monday of Mr. and Mn. per cent gasser than one year

FLORIDA CITYBy Ralph Desmond. ago, which as Mr. Bathrick aId l ,
, -- Is slight In comparison to the 33
In and Around Mrs. W. W. lenr Mr. and Mrs. Harry Schemer of per cent increase in aales.

I Hempstead. L. I, are vfctton hale. Unfilled new ear orders Nero
They are staying at the Palms till I.. time greater than a year
1--. and Mn. Mark Cook and I
Wailinjrford. Conn.. visited
HomesteadW. Vied isles with
car kept up new
I Wednesday evening with and Mr: :A. Hicks ten ear sales, the total for December
George H. Todd.
Tuesday for St. Petersburg, after exceeding November of 1939 by 8.6
a months stay here. I per cent and December of 1938 by

Sr., of MeCormJck Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Parman had Mn. Catherine Potter returnedto 41 per cent. Although there was
X. Rheney her home
II Sunday after a week'sstay Mn. E. F. Thompson of Kansas a small increase In stocks of used
visiting hit ion and as guest for aeveral days lust
S. C., li at the Poet Graduate
week hospitalfor City, arrived Friday and li stayingat can the rate of turnover was
Mr. and tin. Mr. Purman's cousins Mn.
daughter-in-law Arthur Gilman treatment the Palms Hotel I better than a year ago. On the last
and her brother
Homestead.Mn ,
E. Rheney, In W'I day of December there was a 31.'
Harold Peter, both of Toledo. ; '
I I Mn. Leila Owen and several Dr. and Mn. A. Hubbard of Detroit days supply 01l td can compared -
B. A. Waldin, Mri. M. friends of Detroit were guests have rented one of the Lewis to a 38.8 days stock the year
Baker, Urt. Thomas Brewer and Mn. W. H. Cast had as guests' Monday of Mri. Efflyn Carroll. cottages on E Palm avenue for a before.
Mri. George W. Turner, Jr., at- for several days last week her month.
County Federa- cousins, Mr. and Mrs. W J. Flatsof I ,
tended the Roy Chandler la recoveringfrom Mn.: "Did you see that chinchilla -
Of Woman'l Clubs In Miami Indianapolis who are spending Mr. and Mn. JacV'Cohernour
tion an operation performed on ; coat on the woman sitting In
Wednesday Mn Waldin and Mri. the winter at Fort Lauderdale. his eye last week In Miami. left recently for Lewfeburg, W. Va,. front of us at the lecture"

, Baker were delegate from the Red- after a two-week vacation! spent Mr.: "No; I am afraid I allowed
land Woman's Club and Mn. Pierre McDamei had as a guest Morrla Fregenbaura of New with|relatives here.PONTIAC myself to doze a bit."
Brewer and Mrs. Turner, from the last week-end, B. L. Price of York li visiting here. \
Mn.: -Bah! A lot of good the
Pioneer Guild. Tampa.Mr. .
meeting did you.Ex.NEWT .
Mrs. G. M. D'Arbngant of New RETAIL

Jack Turner, a student at Stet- and Mn. A. F. Arthur re- York arrived last week for a visitat .

son University, will spend the mid- tturned yetereday from Lewes. the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. DELIVERIES SET
term holidays in Homestead with Del., where they had been visiting Simmons. G. BALLNOTARY

his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles for the past three weeks.
O. Turner. Fred Parlin of West Charleston, AT 164.767 IN'39 PUBLIC
Mrs. Mamie E. Pegram. and Mri. Vt, arrived Saturday to spend the

Mn. W. K. Walton spent last W. E. Shuford of Ashevllle N. season hero.Wendell .

week-end visiting Mrs. Martha L.I C., are spending the winter with Pontlae. Mich., Jan. 28.-With Fire Insurance and
:Murray in Coral Gables Mr. and Mrs II. II. Baugham In Oakes of Seattle Wash ales reports for the month of
Redland.Mr. arrived Saturday and is a guest of December complete, Pontiac Mo- Kindred Lines
Mr. and Mn. J. H. Olxon.: tor Division ended a successful
of New York It
Mrs. S. Firestone
and Mn. Adrian Jacobs
year In 1939, retail deliveries
visiting her son-in-law and daughter Miss Mary Bradley and her
have as their guests Mr. and Mrs.Joe Ave.
amounting to 164,787 compared to M N. Krome
' Mr. and weeks.Mrs. Herman Marks, Cullom and J. C. Cullom all father, Wilbur Bradley, were 103.314 for 1938 or an Increase

for several of Wilson, Ark., who arrived Wed-
194NNNN'..."..............."..."................'..- I ol 89.4 per cent for the year, according
nesday for a visit. Mr. and Mrs. A. to D. U Bathrlck I general
Mr. and MM. Herman Marks G. Ryan left Wednesday for Christian sales
have purchased the former John Ind., after visiting! Mr. and I Florida City Boy Scouts Also Mr.' Bathrick pointed out
Peacock house in Porvenfer and Mri Jacobs for several weeks. Wade Thompson Reporter that deliver!.j for-the last quarter $1000.00 If You Live

',' expect to move In within the next -....." ......,........,..'''................,............,......' were the largest In Pontlac's history and
month. John H Parker his daughter, I with 57,728 In 'the year just $1000.00 When You Die
Mrs. Alton Lee, and her small son, The scouts met Friday night at closed compared to 37,999 the
" I year A Mortality Endowment
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Peckett of Maurice arrived Saturday from the city hs'l Ihoso present were before. December sales showed Little
Costa Sa
,,..,Homestead, spent last week-end Cullmtm, Ala. Mrs. Lee and Maur- Rev. Wesley Smeal scoutmaster, I very little slackening from November -
'.,.rWUn, in Tampa. I ice came to join Mr. Lee, who arrived Harvey Newton, assistant scoutmaster In spite of the long week Pan National Life
, several weeks ago to spend Wade Thompson, secretary end holidays Total for the month

Mr. and Mn. D. P. Blake have the farming season. Mr. Parker and reporter, Horace Good- I was 10,371 can compared to 14,- Ins. Ass'n. I
.? as their guests for several weeks, will spend the winter here with his Ing, Owen Gooding Lanier Whitehead 333 for December of 1938 an Increase -
Mrs Blake's sister, Mn. John children, Clyde Parker and Mn. ,. Glenn Schroeder Gene of 39.1 per cent. B. J. B1NKERT

- Hartley of Atlanta, and her sons, Corbet Smith. Lett, Bate Carpenter and Sam Stocks of new cars actually de- Loral AfrntITALIANAMERICAN J
? I Biondo. The Cubs present were
. John and Ronald. clined during the last ten daysof
Ronnie Cloninger John Delta and
Miss Bessie Canady of Metter. the month and were only four I

j A daughter, Margaret Ann, was Ga., arrived Wednesday to spend Louis The Lett Cubs hold their meeting on ,11111'ill//I/Illlllllllllllllllll,,,,,,, , ,,, III11111111111IL1LIIII11/111IIII,111111Illlllllilll, , '''llllillll' '''llllllh'lllllll.llllll' 'llLIILP' .
Polk the winter with her brotherinlaw -
born to Mr. and Mn. 1
. Wednesday ol last week. and sister, Mr. and Mn. T. T. Monday night. j'
pn Bowen. I The scouts will make an overnight RESTAURANTSpaghetti i
camping trip Friday to the i
terday Miss from Iva Dyal Stetson arrived ye'-I Mrs.R. J. Elliott Is spending several \Rock Pit. The meeting will beheld Dinners 40c ; I

weeks In Miami with Dr. there.
spend the mid-term holidays Mn. E. J. Elliott's parents, Mr. and Mri. The meeting was adjourned and f JOE TOKCISE, Prop. FLORIDA CITYr.rtftT1l1114MI j
Mr. and
her parents,
were then played. TIII 'JI
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Eight THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday, January 26, 1940

II .u Social Events in South- -Dade MB 11

a- ...
The CalendarJan.
-' "' '- '
-- Jan. Practice and drill for --

The Woman' Club W Hemesteac "God Blew America by Mn officers of Ad Astra Chapter of Mn. Denneston RIvers, the In the punch. Small cake >end

gave a reception Tuesday night h Lloyr Delta: a violin solo, O. E. S. former Miss Gertrude Greer, was, sandwich: were alao aerved.Mn .
honor -at Lily Lawrence Bow, tnunicipal "Souvenir" JDrtocoll), by Roy; Jan. II-Meeting ot University honored with a miscellaneous ,JU B. Klnard and Mrs dna
librarian and poet laureate Nelson: a plane solo, "Scotch Club' study group In library at shower Tuesday afternoon by Mn Stewart wen winners in con-

of the slab, who plan to leave Ton Poem" (McDowell) by Mn Spans. Herman Fitzpatrick at her home In,. tests.
soon for i visit with bar eon In Julian H. Webster, and two violin Jan. II-Benefit fish try of Karanja. Mrs Fitzpatrick wa assistedby
Texai. duet, "Second Symphony" (Dan Episcopal Church at Lee B. Lehman The house was decorated with, Mn.L. H Greer, Mn. Wallace

ot cla) and "Dark: Eyes," by Mn home. varl-colored cut flowers. At one Graham, Mrs J. D. Greer, Mrs. J,
Mrs. Bow was first president :
and her effort Herman MMrJul and Mr. Nelson Feb. i- AU day meeting of end of the dining table was the F. Hammett and Mia Grace
the club, through !
of 129 volume All joined la singing "Auld Lan Presbyterian Auxiliary with Mn. punch bowl on a large mirror surrounded Bobble
the clob'a library *
Syne." 'Mr, *. JB.. Redd played J. R. Hickson in Naranja. by red and white asters Others present were: Mn. K..J.
finally became tilt beautiful new
Lily Lawrence Bow Library .t i the accornoanlmeBta! for the aoloi Feb. 1-Redland Neighborhood Varl-colored ice cube were used PaceltU Jr.. Mrs. Carl Wagner
Homeitead. Sandwiches, cookies, ; colored Circle meeting with Mrs George Mn. Elile L. therldge: Mn. Fred'Mctteen

mint wert..eerved. MOLCatlli Wright. PRESBYTERIAN AUXILIARY M.... Edw. Little, Mn.
The clubhouse wee decorated poured coffee and Mrs. Robinson, Feb. Meeting of Ad Astra John Brown, Mr. Thomas Chap
with calendulas, nasturtium and tei. Chapter of O. 1:. S. man, Mn. Frank Walker, Mrs. G.

fern Present beside those named Feb. 2-Meeting of Episcopal Plan for a covered dish lunch:''W. Driggen! Mn. Joseph Lake,

Hostesses for the evening were were: the Rev. and Mn. Geo. E. Auxiliary. eon meeting and study das of Mr*. Dave Kufeldt, Mn. Lawrence

Mr*. P. J Franklin Mn. Joel J. Deuel, Mr*. Lee H. Lehman, Mn Feb. S-Meeting ofJunior the mission study book wen made Pope, Mrs. G. C Rivers, Mn.Hoi-
i Robinson Mn. Arthur Oude, Mrs Julia,Polk, Mn. J. T. Hall, Mrs Woman' Club. lie Steel Mn. R. J. Shorn, Mn.Raymond .
B. E. Catlln, Mn. W. R. Anderson H. K. Foulk, Mn. W. K. Walton Feb. >Meeting of Homestead by the Presbyterian Auxiliary ala Greer, Mn. Arthur j

and Mrs Carl Drawdy. Mr. C J. Parman, Mn. H. Ruegg, B. P. W. C in chamber of commerce meeting on Thursday of last Fogle, Jr, Mr. Jease Greer, Mn. '

Mn. Joel J. Robinson made tie Mr*. A. W. Jones, Mn. Roy Hauser, building.Feb. week at the home of Mn. R. E. W. C Campbell, Mn. A. D. :JPogle, I
address of welcome, Mn. Nellie Mrs. Paul Carson, Mn. Geo. W. Meeting of South Dade Trotter. The an day meeting will Mn. Claus Vlhlen 1.11'1. Georgia '

Ball Reed read a tribute to Mn Harris, Mr*. John P. Anderson, 'Garden Club with Mn Wm Dun- be held on Feb. 1 at the home of Gopp, Mrs. Hugo Vitilen, Mn. Don ,

Bow and Mrs. Harry D. Wolfe,, Mrs Grace McL. Smith, Mrs J. lop.Feb. Mrs. J. R Hickson in Naranja.Mn. ald Talbott, Mn. George Cooper, '
fd i president of the club, presented F. Ilammett, Mn. :R. R. Kinard, Meeting of W. M. S. C. Ben Plummer had Mn. C X. Lee, Mr. Donna Lee

Mn. Bow with I flit from club J< s member and other friend The feldt, Mn. Geo. W. Tamer, Jr.. of W. M. U. meeting. Kathleen Ross, Miss Ruth Murmy.

lift was a set of aeroplane travelIng Mr*. Anna C Mesaenmith, Mn Feb. Meeting of Outlook Those present were: Mrs. Paul Miss Eleanor Payne and Mia Ellen: ,
bags.Musical. B.L. Left Mn. B. A. Waldm Mrs Circle of W. M. S. Haley Mrs. J. M. Holferty. Mrs.R. cKeen. i j

number on Hit pr.grarn ,- R. J. Shepherd, Mr*. Fannie I: Feb. 7.11-Redland Woman's Y, Burr, :Mn. Frank Hathaway,
we": two soprano 1IMoI Shuler, Miss Pearl WUtafcer end I Club' Orange Blossom festival Mr. A. F. Darling, Mrs.'George EPISCOPAL AUXILIARY TO

"The Boat Song" (Wart) and :Mr. aedd. Feb. Meeting of Legion Auxiliary M. JHck, Mn. T. L Hodge, Mn SPONSOR FISH
P in Legion Hall at 8 o'clodk. B1'j j
HlcVson Mn. Plummer and. Mn The Vptseopd Auxiliary Of the j

JUNIOR' MUSIC CLUB LEGION: MKN ASH WOMEN Music rob Club.12-Meeting of Monday' Trotter. St. John'Episcopal Church will 'I

CTCDKI un: OF HHCIANTh ) ENTERTAINED: AT BAKERY hold a fish fry on Jan. II at the ,!'
Feb. H-Meeting of University KKS.,1. .. BROOKS HOSTESS!:
Life of PaderewaU diecussed.
wu Members el :he John a Sellcj Club -t home of Miss JewelTomer. At JcmON horn ot Mr. and Mn. Lee H. t.tbi i i
at a meeting of the Junior BUM: '
k Post AmeriaM teflon and Ausdli- man, tt WM decided It V CaTJjtd
Millie Club yesterday afternoon at ary were guests at a picnic of the *>b. It-Home Demonstration Mrsr 1..R. Breok texmred Mrs.lisrb.rt meting Friday afternoon --t the .
the swans .*NUi Mars One EngH : Club Tool lit a .-. s. C, rectory.
South Miami Poet\ Tuesday evening WBAmeeting.flOKOklTT ; .
It *. at the Holsum baking plant. with a hmchee rd nUgJrfh' TtefcetO will, be cm vole *t

Mary f nnoes Ruttatkl gave ashort Alter uppr talk. 'gathering materialfor shown through the bakery end TOE rwretON BIRD TAG""Y' *, a A Lla4emit was 1htgh.Dore Co.
the aorap book of the state prize wlnnet In_Idll. nose Vreeent at the Jutting '
each presented. with miniature Delta
WM The Kappa Phi Sorority;
junior music club Vara Rheney bread. Guest wen:. Mn. Elizabeth were: Ii... R. r. BkokJord Mr*.
loaf of
mad plan at Its meeting Monday
played a piano solo, "Prleat than who attended froirHomestead Hancock, Mrs J Hancock, Mn:Ralph Klngman, Mr. W. K. Haas,
Among night at the clubhouse tag day
March \j MendelsMba; Trunk were: Mr. and Mn I in memory of Preston B. Bird, Jr Alva Lee, Mn M. Nelson, Mn.Mrs. J.A. Hooks, Mn. Ruth Scott
Hauler Rice played TrantularMlu : Tool and Mn. Undeman. and Mn. Lehman.
llJWi I. rfortnMi. Mf. and Mrs A discussion on a dance to be
English, "Llebentraum by
Harold Sheffield Mr. and Mn fund was '
List, Jane Anderson sang "Scat.terbrain. given for the hospital .
a .* W. It.: Rheney, Mr. and Mrs. Fritz held. .. ......AK'It'a1.J. i,..
Schroeder Mr. and Mrs. PhIlip Mia Jamie Richard resigned t* ""' 1- .... nei.' ,err. !
Frank Rice was appointed assistant -
Reams, Mr. and Mn. Lawrence president.The .
reporter. Pope, Mr. and Mr*. Geo. Craw.
Others present at the meetingwere thaw and the Rev. R. F. Black- Southeast District Home THE DIXIE DRUGjKastfJSTS
: Mn. J. O. Redd Un. C.1 ford. Economic Association will meet

Hauler Rice Mr*. Geo. N. Wake- Saturday noon at the Seminole Inn
field Mrs Clurviiif tike, MailynErnst In Idle Worth, according Visa LACK i'OIIC HOWARD IOHNSONlllanestesd
: Alice Katneiw, Barbara CORAL ,GABLES WVISTEREONC
Bertha. Will Haoaman, Redland
11& Phases II and 1101tJtl
Seen WaVefield, Mfrlaw Anderson -: MEETING SPEAKER RICh School home economic

Oat Faust, John McLean and The Rev a' Waller of the Cora teacher. Any home economic

Burry Wee.GUND Cable Methodist Church was graduate i*invited to attend
I ..
guest speaker .t the tarns meeting .
MATRON TO VISIT I at Woman' Missionary Societies ;:
Methodist ,
Tuesday la the Homestead if'7iiI.fJh
Plan for the official Visit el Church. :''

t the worthy grand matron el Florida Mrs. Dan Williams, president of Lucky Purchase { '/t"Y ,;

were made at a meeting of Ad the local aoctety gave a short "., 'q'UJ' 'to'(1l..:....... ..''' '' wsa.eiad
Astra Chapter of O. C. S. Friday talk. Mrs. Pierce of Miami district All Wool :g"; .. ...",."..
night In the I. O. a F. ".u. Mn secretary, had charge of the business : ''' .,...\.,, "" \ t '- .
i Donate HlnUne of Pensaoela will period. Reports from each el na 'b' we.tI'f ,!

i make her official visit lien onFob. society; were tven. Mrs Lewis SWEATERSValues ." title oaths..'.et \ \I the
..l l4t1eteQi
**. Brandenburg sang several elect type ....7"- sod ,... /
A practice and drill tat the
win be held tonight In the I. Redd at the piano. '"as" mad aI Vrapse BULL "Nt
O. O. F. ball It wa announced. Luncheon wa served at the to 59 ...,.,... .

Cake and ice cream were eervnd close of the! meeting. About seven us wS ..\DI i.e4lkGP 'NE

ThoM present were: Mr. and ty-five ,attended RUSSIAN 5ftcMine1'O
Mn. W. B. Caves, Mr. and tin: Large variety of the

Cham G. finer, Mr. and U.... A. 1I itartest styles and \ oU

R. LMncrton Mr*. Frank SdweisVr. Hood
colors including ,
lfao.Il. W. MaUroa Mn. Lloyd w :
TJelU. Mr Herbert Katz 114.... 3 Sweaters, Coat Sweaters I

A. Deugherty, Mn. L. L. Vow, Slip-overs low

Mn. 1:. J. 1>111. TWn. .. W. Ing.Ilsh necks long and abort
,),(1'1. A. tt.Mey kern, Mre. Sam i

JT. Davis. Mi Edwin UoOarmh,I sleeres.
Mn Oca. W. Turner Jr. Wra. A. rXIn

W. JUtohinMn. Mr*. dan Far, Woolen .. _
.. Mn. Harold Sheffield, Mie. .s* Ju- ,' x111 Gina
.. .*** Hmwl Sullivan KamiEtar Its
and Helen Llvl"MiI IAII PLAID 436 \

'Maoemtwr. and .uw.0.He*. PI.J-IfU)' I 0Thk -

man. JACKETS WJW% 'fee
an va L.Isar I '"
bat: 00 CalLw \-
MIAMI CATHOLIC WOMEN:' Mao a *. b ei JMils.a1
llhdra ........ Vace jr. i N a.I SP 1atetlton"
1 .***/tit iMdk sjaOssteMiUeUoa I
Members el the Miami deanery, d as ..... ft"Nord' Ii $ FOR
I i
National Council of Catholic Wo- !

men will be guest -at a meetingof TbermhTM Creqaigawl toe. 59tr
4 W Altar Society* Sacred I WavesLanai liver l

Heart Church Thursday afternoon, av_ T s. KNOW. CALICE'S :- ow fg 1tm -- -J

Feb. 1. The local society I* a '
member of the council BEAUTVPARLOR 24.26 Na PRODUCTS
The Her. T. i. Geary, pntor of
the church announced a amass win II
be held at 7:30: o'clock each Sunday 11-14 shCrar* Arnii-AU.. Raanas.Ow ,
___M ,,.,.
ownlogt la addition to the t ...... ....w
o'clock Mara.--- I -A.


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weight of 23,500 pounds Including to conduct clinic are Dr. Rudolph meeting in all schools of the state ENROLLMENT INCREASES
BOOSTER UNIT I: tractor, trailer and six-ton Nlssen of Istanbul, Turkey; Dr. in the morning, meetings of all Tallahassee, Jan. J5.-A total
payload-can sustain a road speed Ortiz Tirade and Dr. Manuel Man- service club at noon meetings of will
enrollment of 2,000 or more
TRUCKS of 40 miles an hour on relatively zanllla ot Mexico City; Dr. Alberto women's group In the afternoon
,,GIVES I:level roads. But In rolling ter- Inclan of Havana Cuba. United and mass meetings at night during be reached at Florida State College -
rain, common over much of the States surgeons taking part will which all "first voters"-those who for Women with the arrival
t'' ADDED POWER';country, the driver must resort be Dr. Temple Taj of Philadelphia; will cast their first votes his year some SO or 75 new students for
I''often to intermediate or low gear. Dr. Wm. J. Carson of Milwaukee; -will be Inducted into the obliga- the second semester beginning
t Limit'" I Whenever this occurs, two things Dr. Wm. It Lovelace of Albuquerque tions' of citiaenahlp In an Impressive Monday
Jan. 2fc! --.Bmjeflta of ,with adverse effects on the own New Mexico and Dr. ceremony. Total fall enrollment this term
vital Importance to truckers, and ,er's profit sheet take place Road Lewis F. Smead of Toledo, Ohio. A statewide radio hook-up has was 1.9TJ student who come from
particularly to thoM speciallzingybeavyduty'longdistance !I speed is reduced, resulting In been arranged for and reports from M out of Florida' 17 counties as
haul longer time for the trip and less YOUTH TRAINING various communities suiting the wall; as about H other state and
jnjas well al highway safety :,per hour productivity on the part ] number of "first voters" inducted the Canal 2one.Tropical.
advantage ot a most Important,of the driver of the unit. And will be broadcast
nature-.are claimed tot a new engine speed is increased, with resultant \WILL FEATURE Florida is the first state to organize -
Matter unit, which the Clark higher operating and main- a state congress on democ
Biulpment Co. of Buchanan, Mich., tenance expense racy. Officers of the Florida congress Cafe
bi been developing over the past The engine ot the Clark; Auto-: CONGRESS MEET are: Colin English. State
two- yean; ana which has now matic Booster comes into use only Superintendent ot Public Instruction -I et kailHOMXSTEAD.
I dews north *
-beel the point wham expert.MMtal when the main engine Is unequal president; Harold Colee, of
'Jobi are laid t* be giving to conditions or road and load. Orlando, Jan. 25- (Miles account: *f themselves The booster has two principal ida's "tint voter1 will be in. vice president: James "j Wilson
dkpsrtimnt of Chevrolet If cooperating combination up to road speed secretary; R. P. Terry, Regular dinner ..o. 50c
In the development, quickly from a standing start, and in an Impressive ceremony treasurer; Richard E. Evans, executive -
goat a islet distribution standpoint to maintain cruising speed once staged as a part of American vice-president. Plate lunch .......... 35c
it was announced here. the unit Is under way. An In.. Democracy Day celebration to beheld
'" The heart of the unit consists genius, yet sturdy and dependable by the Florida Congress of .
ot: an' auxiliary engine which system of controls not only makes Democracy on Washington' birthday I Mir Florence Jennr
satomatlcnlly starts when- greater I this possible, but dispenses with Feb. 22. Am-
power if needed for a grade, and. attention from the driver, the Details for the American De- 4 I 11, I1114WIA ,iWt 161 e.1- ,uul1.,
walch delivers IU output to the booster being subservient to the mocracy Day celebration were
tear axle of a IK-tan I:main engine at all times. worked out here Saturday when I ; CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY .:
truck or tractor through a govern-1 These controls comprise a speed heads of statewide organizationsmet
and sturdy over-running I I governor, a vacuum governor, an to form the State Council for Florida City, Fla. 4
Automatic starting, speed accelerator governor, and an auto- the Florida Congress on Democ- Announces
ing and stopping arc provided the I i I matic throttle control. In practice racy. The plan adopted calls for ; a II
entire cycle of operation being In- ':these Inter-related units work together -I Iavvvv..wvmvwvwvvvvmvEXPERT t
dependent of the driver I to start, control and stop o I
tThe1 unit Is said not only to give' the booster engine and assure a FREE LECTURE ON CHRISTIAN
(ht medium-duty vehicle perform-i smooth, positive flow of power I
met characteristics of unit costar -1 I''from it to the transmission, when, SCIENCE i
considerably more, but to do and only when the need for extra r'
this without entailing the high Initial -I I power exists.NOTED.
outlay and high. operating and!i BARBERINGHAIRCUT
maintenance cost Involved with SURGEONSTO BY
heavy-duty u Vorty-flve horse!I,

ynreft ,providing approximately : HOLD CLINICA ...... 40c j
fit,per cent additional torque, Is i DR.JOIINM.TUTTC.S. B.
available automatically, for SHAMPOO 40c
Miter starts, and economical: T VENICE MEETVenice.

k/al/ p\ed performance on hille..tlIIPlete MASSAGE ...... 40c Member of the Hoard of Lectureship of
a. rasp of the trucker's I "
The .Mother Church The First Church
I ,
problems Is apparent in the unit's Jan. 25.-FNS-Dur-
align. It was! recognized that Ing the four-day assembly! of the BUSH'SBARBER' of Christ, Scientist, in Boston, Massa- .
.** low, comparable with present light to be held here Feb. 11-14 a I chusetts. '
tractor prices. Tractive effort series of clinical studies end scientific I
BUM be comparable with that exhibits presenting the recent Homestead School Auditorium
tarnished by heavy-duty vehicles advances in medicine and surgery !
eating much more, and operatingand will be featured. SHOPN.
maintenance expense must be The clinics will Include studies I ;
definitely less than those of heav- I In the treatment of cancer by refrigeration \\1 THURSDAY, FEB. 1, AT 8:15 P. M. '
higher-priced vehicles. The I or freezing and the KROME AVE.
ptykrar plant must be so designed I use of rattlesnake venom to replace THE PUBLIC IS CORDIALLY INVITEDggasaxKSKaSSW (
aj to produce Just the right amount I habit-forming opiates, as
't power to operate the vehicle on I well as many phases of medical .
t tie| level with all the fuel economy I research. .........A. .................................................... r
if the light tractor, but must Inwantly I Founded at Geneva, Switzerland, %%% W. .wwr, SU .W.VwYLSY, ', ,.,
and automatically provide the International College of Surgeons -
f maximum amount of power to I. numbers chapters in some
propel a loaded vehicle up moderate 30 nations, and the United States
grades, In high gear, at 30 chapter will be host to the assembly ?! a FOR
miles an hour or better, and up here with headquarters at the 1 V
minimum! grades at correipondftigly I Florida Medical Center hospital.w
; ,lower speed*-all with a I More than 300 physicians and surgeons
ftlpl.Consumption no greater than are expected from Europe"I II WEAR
Wtltvucks of similar payload ca- I and the Americas, and the i "\
pelty. I bly la open to physicians
y '
fight trucks used as tractors geons of the state. aasem-I. 7
a Bit* with approximately gross I Among foreign surgeons AND

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Zephyr Mercury Floors that are built with good materials-that are laid

I l by skilled workmen giVe years of service and grow more

j GEORGE MURRAY beautiful with age. Tfley"cost little more than the ordinary !

kind-and theoifference amounts to only a few ;

AT cents a month on the FHA Plan.

Now you can repair and remodel with convenient;

NBESE MOTOR COMPANYNext monthly payments. ;

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1- rm A Friday, January 26. 1940 THE LEADER-ENTERPISE Pare Eleven pJJt t

(r Lured By Ttnsy Clans,

II the ChurchesBAPTIST I New Children Yorker With Acquire Rapidity' CLASSIFIED ADS !

I HATE:: First Insertion 10< a line, subsequent insertions I
Lakeland, Jan. SS:-(Special) 84 I lint

CHURCH '_>. pa.tor Sunday arnool. at .'U a. ...: The Florida citrus commission

4 + preaching ., II a. m. and. 1:19 p. .... received three portal cards from
.OIIITI.\D-D. 1. C loIIna_ p_. N. .Y P. B. and junior meeting at ',ooP. I the same man in New York. FOR RENT RIISCELLANEOUSSEE i
Sunday wnool at ads m| pM."k- n Pram I I II
amtlng .
:: : Wednesday MI| f The first stated
l t:Mlla.ni..nd1Mp. B *. t. V: 10.. .. : -Could I please
A ,It p. m. Proper aarvloai W.dmde, have about O'e of your Tangry FOR RENT- Two houses S
ISO p.t .. riUNCETON-TH. I.,. It. P. 00.... Claus because I one I AND BUY at enanklm Varle-
i.OULDO-The R... Yeah Peterson. _tar. Sunday school at tdll pwackuw. I five kids pertly tarnished, or MU furalt ty Grove, West Florida Qty
pate lit Ili4a a. m. and ,.10 p. n. junto I The second stated: "I Have read r Apply Adam EnaJi. MWSeiboard r
Sunday school at 10 n. ...I .._eM..I martini M *:101 pane _I'" amuse the I (aTtft
It.a..nd 7 ISO p. D. ; B. r. P. U. ,.: at 1 St. Prayer pjrtlniEPISCOPAL. Wedtl.aday III Iin paper about your free Tang ttaUon (pjM) I
tfI p. ... Prayer service at "ID p. msd."day. ':10 p. .. .y Claus I would like to have I
,about 10 package because I have FOR RENT- apartments| with I WANTED

CATHOLIC a large family" and without private baths, from I IIS I I

IT. The third stated: "I have a very $ to $30 Apply Homestead i CLEAN RAGS WANTED. Will
RUHCR Of THE nACmzD HBARTilf Po.ott.JOHV-a. > Second aside sad large family. I have 17 children Variety Store. (p<26)) r
Hoamlaadl the exchange odvc-
I RoY. a. F. subscription or I
| Second avenue. Homestead : the lUv 01.."..... .......
TI. awry ,_.. Sunday. mass al: 7:60 a.I lads IIIhooI Hay .,= .t And I would like you to give me FOR RENT-Large qguafortublcroonu I Using for clean rugs [,:nrli .
IV weak day ana at 7'SO dally .or. "
M.1 .Ing harm at 11. i ,117 package of Tangey Clau BntwprlaeTUTOR1NO .
y. Mli iol 8. ndu following a'flock Proaehwr'i.W Oversea
'..... Communion for women the flntjumlu All cards are In the same handwriting -
Highway at norlda (Sty. Phone
Jan. 28
-Topic: "The Man Who
for and I I
t7 t1I swath men tat t' signed by the sarrie T
*,wed Sunday of month. Holy hour Thur.. Made the Great Claim." man 820-J. (J ll1-t!) ANTIC high
day WON tint Friday .f month It T:1 0. I with the same address and carry
I. school and grade school subject
; first Friday at 1:SO a -. I identical poilmarks Tangey Clams
t.-.,. the blessed Baeran.nt afurfew. FREE METHODIST ls a small cellophane sack imi FOR b\J&i I Mrs II. J. Armstrong, A. B,

FLORIDA ITY-Th,. R.T Wolcr C Plummet drive and Country
f-atUSTIAN SCIENCE CIIVRCH'LORIDA 1m.... ,." 0'. Sunday ..boot. a p. m, 'I'I printed with the face belt and FOR SALE-Petunlu, Larkspur. Club road.
pmrhlni I and 7'M p. ... Tuesday i buckle of Santa Claus which be- Phlox and Ageratum PlantsIteipfdot .
C ITT. -Ir: deny ant SI.Ui j prayed nwlint at TiS0 p. m, I(I'I came a rotund Santa Claus when
Sunday school M I:4S .. m. for Josephine R. Pratt HOUSE-tumlshed
y >Ul ndw W ,.., erf apt morning METHODISTBOMESTRADTh. ',filled with three tangerines They 300 N.-E. 1st avenue. (J12U) I RENT YOUR
rM at 11 oelock W..l.-lny *v.nlm I were distributed before Christmas or unfurnished I have year

as trine Mid which axparknuMa Ineluda. and tartlmonlnla remarks aa of Oriaa boal.. R..I. I. FOR. SALE-On Redland Road 'round clients. Benjamin W.

.' felMM: S p. m. Tin publla I* ror."HJdhU' .I'p..Iu.....bl..Sunday 41& H school a. ... .1 lid 9:46': Rld..1: I short distance south of Redland Morris, registered real estate

? mln"lchinTh tellflooo la 6:60: p. m. I Senior Leeam at
i _, ......10 t afternoon> MrdlaliyInrrMl returns S:ta tt lb.Mtka '............. .a 7JIO ,. a. "' discussing beverages with e fellow furnished For sale at give-away Baptist Church. (tuUtf)
and t..(Mi the nadl.e Pan*. SILVER rALM-Tk. a.. J. (. WaHnpa club member price See Wm. Geronimo, Legion -
-'" I. .tor. l.od..ooI...... Sunday at "Have you ever tried strong Tag office, Homestead.
.. CIItlST4r It .. m.: prMrklni services *a fink. third drink?" asked the young fellow (dStf)
OIl' "fill Bundara at II a at and I K p.rRUitlTONTka ... "
.__. "No, replied the magistrate
M *t TEAI)-rlra and M
Ajltjli ill. Bibb atudy M 1* m.I torn. .... J. t walls, "but I've tried a lot of folk who FOR SALE Troprcn plants, dt crrr
vXaln. Mlowklp" ...d assembles M >uri pmifklne .. I a. m.1 ......., have." rue trees and tropics fruit Ir Modem
.. .. .. at 10.FLORIDA. -Minneapolis Journal.
season. Jungle Grove, RedUnd Booms and Apartments

ciimcii OF GOD' I. R..r. 0 Cm. a Ii.COMMUNITY....... .......CHI Ckank'BCBTk NOTICI or APPLICATION FOB I road and Plummet drive Reasonable Rain

IOMTIAD-Nle N. W. Pleat s....., ..001 at It a. m.: .......hI.. at f tlo p. m. Notice b hereby TAX.lv DEED..i that United
Tabs..... Goo. Q. Culled pillar Buadiy.MM Pearson and Bible study W in.. tr Company ho),lor ai _I..*. of HOMESTEAD LOTS
,. ., Ii4l a. a>.: prorhlM at II a. a.. day at TiSO. Tlxici District Tn Certificate No...ItOllI'j.
art ti" p. B.| Junior Y.P. ., 7 ; .1aI1..... 1M. dated the Bin diy of July A FOR SALE
....... REDLANDCOMMUNITY CHI'RCB- ;IP..I; G. 0. Brewstcr M. D.
,meeting at 7 In pa. 'Prayer sa.F hu filed Mid C.rlKio.1.I to my and ,
'!ail I F .. w.._...,. The II.., C. 0. N..-... _'0'. Churrtichool hu ..... application for tae lord to lease
I. M III. |>raahlr.. at 111 tp.orlb thereon In ....rd.... with law RaidOrtlflrat I t have the following lots priced
CHCKCH OF THE NAZARENE ....... at also. Midweek, pupa and embraces tin followlni dfMTtbodpmority low for quick sale: Eye Ear, Nose and Throat
liable Thundiy
llluattd In Dade County, Florida. ;Treatment
'" EOMSTEAD--The R.T Robert H is-whit Lot 3, Block 4, North Diamond
I CHURCH Lot 1. Block T. Hnllnndil. Park No. Park; west frontage
k. a Sub, Mot book Ml 1'... 41, In Glasses Filled
HOMEBTlAD-grane avran at N. l thrtrart. I the County of Dado atata of Florida Lot 36, Block 2. Ponce DeLeon
Dr. Leonard W. Ilaskinlt ..school Th. at"'."10, G_ IL H.ki pHtorBIM. The aivoMmont of Mid property under subdivision; southeast! corner facing office h.... I t. It Md by
a. m; prwhlna- IIi
;. "" 'Hd.. In Eva I ....; your-f I.'s amuse att ,I0a, .1.lui/ ...l.erutle. A. Crr ot luuTd ilUnlnM WM In Uw Dome of south. Aproln'....'

rittlns and ., Mid.C.rtlflrat* shall ... rrdivlnfdcranllnc Lots ;-18. Block 8 McClure I
In hew. tax deed will lasso llwro- 14.\ office .t _." *!.". A.. sad
I I 11..1..1.1 :i LEGAL NOTICE I II '> 'n fi> 11th diy of F.b....,. A. D. l orvitid Manor. These three lots are all together Passed ItmtHomestead's

'/ I III N. R. First It., this loth day of January A. D. and face south

I' Completely. Air Conditioned I NOTICE Of APPLICATION! FOR i 1140 B. B. LEATHRRMAN Also 10 acres of good rock land; R......... Florida I

I Casement Tera.Turner's .4 11 lit TAX UKtU'Ch.ptor Clark .* Circuit Court. the north halt of the north half of H... N.. ,11
it : Act ( 1011 nada County rlorhta.Circuit
'11. A IMI < Court iMl.By. the northeast quarter of the southwest
1 I A. H.iutr holder. u ........ of state and I Uin. 18 IS tt .atearatt.... .. HI,', I quarter of Section 3, Town-
I ; County Tn Certificates ?lo. .IS* end *M7utml ship 57, south, range 38 east. This Oldest
funeral Dome i the Srd day of A...... A. D. IM. NOTICE OF APPIW4.TION FOR tract lines due west of W. K. Waien
h.. rikrd. ..... U nr se.. ..d tin mid>! TAX DEED Barber
I I ipllc.tlon for u. dad to bi IMIWIthrrMllt Chapter IT4ST- Asa of Illl 'n liomeplace. about a mile and Shop
File ASHOMotlra
,1 said CortlflcilM embrace UK following ] I. hrrror rlvrn that ,-- -. just east of a largo avocado giovr
t Attendant I I ilrirrlhnl prc.p.rtIn the Counts of Did*. P. B...... holder' of state and County Write or see J. M.
State of Florldi Ui-wit: Tax Certificate No sate trued this nth D. L. BOWENHAIRCUT
1 I Box 82 j10-23)1
i Doerfleld. Fla.
i Phone 884 R nllme ted, ft 1.01 21 Houston Hdirbta. Plat Hook Ii H.y of D. ISIS, hM filed same I (
i I I'w lit, In the County of Did*. San I If In nw .,ratand HM made application
j ---I 1 ,. riorida. M embraced In Certificate I fora laa oW to ... Wed Uloroon. amid
1 No 8816 Tin. sweetmeat of mid UrI I I'I 't.rUfIr; >... ...h...... UH (oil," !". d.."rlk' >< 4oo
I llfl..... Issued wu In the man of .,,,irrty In the County of Dada, BUM ol SHAMPOO too
Robert." R. Conrori Florida towllLou : Dr. R. Elliott :
You Shave Quicker i t 20. Homton Holfhti Pill Book I. I I t.. 6. Block IS. Woodland MASSAGE 400
; I'... 219 In the County of Dad. Sea < Addn, Plat Book 6. Pain US. In tin I '
/ Florida, u In Otrttfle.!. I Co.. Plate of Florida CHIROPRACTOR COOL A>D SANITARY
Easier =
1 With This New No. 6057. The of laid Cor. I I Irl "W y.s.o.fpDodo. r sold "y under
": ,... JM.ltd WM In the Darn of I said eeArira.: was :: name ofUnknown. Home Hldf Homestead I Ii Expert and courteous service
.1..1"1. R. tonnvylh .
A trial will be appreciated.
I ..d.... said C.ntfle.l.shall 0. ree I'I'I tn.'M MH| nrtlfloil shall b. ...._04 lurordlnir
I .IY.mr1' n.rrdinr, to ..... the property d..l r t" ..... th. property doMrlbfd
.raln. will bt old to the hlrlmtIt I II thereon will .h. aold to the highest Mddorit -....".
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I .1.0.-. Ih* Court H,UIO door on the Court house door on die flat Won --
.:) ., M,ndar In tho month of ........ 'day In the month of ........ 1140 .which'
I ,1.6h is the IIh day .f Marsh '''G. I u the 4th March. 1411 I
I' I Listed this IlIh der of Jsnwry, "'th'I' Dated IIt'lib dar of January. ,10.1 I BIRD'SIndorsed
Clock of Circuit Court ., of Llrrult eu.... Dade
D.d. County, Florida. Yloride.Clrsuk .
fly N C. 8TF.RRET'I' D. C. I Court Ems.Ny 1. CDU.'j
'Jan. 28. Y.b I. t. 10 ltoO (Jon 19 28. P.b. t. I. 1401

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1 fie $880

$ our need ears always reptnent; good value, but the
At % Price .
r genes listed below.. unusually choice and we r*
: New mend any o"!et them for your cbnalderatlon..e. .

"E.IF.ly ReirO, .. .......A rt'................................

Kind et RdgaProtect' "

side Los.Your trrl.8ethos 1940 PONTIAC "I 1939 PONTIAC 6, 4-DOOR TOURING SE-

01 111.61i DAN excellent condition original

paint ; very clean ; priced cheap.

(De Luxe Equipped) 1936 PONTIAC 2-I>OOlt TOURING SEDAN;

priced to sell.


1939 BUICK COUPE ; radio; original paint;

T OR food-looking, comfort
tires guaranteed
new ; new car.
able .
shaves that save both

time and ... the Coupe $880
money get new e e e e e
Thin Gillette Blade at only lOc 1935; FORD COUPE; rumble seat; good con-

fot 41 Made of easy-flexlng steel, dition good tires cheap.
it hall super-keen edges of a 2-Door Touring Sedan 925 ; ;

radically ptovad kind. You'II

outlasts find that ordinary It out-peribrms blades two and to 4-Door Touring Sedan 975] r 1935; PONTIAC TWO.I>OOlt SEDAN; very

one Get a package of Thin good condition.

Gillettea from your dealer today.

I Preston B. Bird Motor Co. PRESTON B. BIRD MOTOR CO.

s. Krome Aft.. Opposite Tag Office
O /, trtf Blue *njtl I I 24-HOUR WRECKER SERVICEDay South Krome Ave. Phone 18

i Phone 11 Night Phone 516.K r OPPOSITE TAG AGENCYr

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Paw Twelve nm ZEAi E LENTFR Friday..Jai urv 26. 1WS

ECONOMY TEST work,while the work is being done, -NORM la am r
I takes away the sense of drudge
ARRANGED and puts pleasure in it*place," Mr \ Ktcrini muse. WHERE 1 TSADC. YOU JUST TRY SMOfruaritn
FOR. i Bums said. wronw IOT dosww,rrn BETTY.FtANNING /WCLS{ .AND V0u'lt FIND IT
eelelle UNT. owl TOU FINEST FOODS AND S All H11CIOUIurt /
Slmultaneoui with the debut *
this week of the 1940 Marcury 8
automobile, the NeeM Motor Company
I local dealer, announced
prizes would be awarded driven
who can obtain the highest mileage
from the can
+" The tests may be made over a "
1 -7 count Ae Is'rtftrelna to'Crisco
two-mil route with one-tenth of a
fallen of Caroline, the result to be I FRANKLINSSV
.' determined by a gasoline meter
mounted on the rear of the hood
..: Any recognized automobile driver / 3-lb.'
1" li eligible to enter the contest '
Donald Nee.e, head of the company I' spry sac
t!c tald can I
The Mercury automobile li not
ed for its ecnoomy of gasoline conauraptton -

I Gloer and, Mr T. B.Neeie Late,aald of the JD.sates HTflEREASON :]Beech Nut Coffee. Can DS29cSUI.AR

department of the Ford Motor Co,
manufacturer of the new machine
*.arrived In Homestead Tuesday Factory
In Mercury can after a test Ibs25
run of 2837 mile They reported WHY Packed I -
that the can averaged 21 miles to I
the gallon of gasoline at 40 milesen
hour. I .
Mercury car were placed on GEBHART'S
the market two year ago( Duringthe Same people Ilk way wi provide it Milk ANY 3 cans zo C
Ant year, they ranked among Party. Hnrleii-PLUS services[ BRAND CHILI
the ten most popular make ol
automobiles in number of tale in b addition U the title jo! if gt*> Long Island Selected 10 lbs. or
\ the United States and ranked nting/ electricity and irlttlij It j

seventh In FloridaStockholders to your..... Why it*i have lent. \Selected Potatoes 27c TAMALESNo.303Canl9c

deBonitritloBi,Ifgfct eondltloi!
of Farm f
1 k' Credit Group to Meet service,modern office facilities, No.2Vz < .

., displays If iqnlpiiitt Why free Apricots Cans 2 for 27C

The of the annual Miami stockholders Production Credit meeting .... ......I.t service Why LARSEN'S
f Association will 1 be held at 48 West I UtebM plttilog? Milnut i I ":So llch It Whips" 19c I
3 Tall Cans
Flagler street, Miami, at 10:30: I
o'clock next Friday morning, it O
was announced by W. H. Owen Pkg IMC Drained, Vacuum
Jewel Lard
; of Goulds, president of the assoclitlon ,These PLUS services make tie MI I Packed
.- At the close of the business
of electricity ttiviileit' ui
session, S. M, Garwood, president more I GREENWICH INN
.. of the Production Credit Corporation economical,Ir aeiiilit pi with I PEAS 15 Oz.
of Columbia, will deliver an Pure Preserves 2ib. Jar 31 Cans
address sew ways U pit U work for yto. cWILMARS CORN

ei Besides Mr. Owens, other officers That, PLUS stndces,licreiii the BEETS 2
of the association are: vicepresident. I
general m electricity nd make
,J. D. Hawkins, and sec
retary-treasurer, George F Wall It possible fur it ti ceierits ui Peanut Butter 1 J B 17c CARROTS for
Directors include the (presidentand 4w\\ It at Hi LOWEST RATES I
vice-president and W. E. Sex -
ton of Vero Beach, E. M. Van IIIISTOIYI BULK POTATOES29C
I.andlngham of Belle Clad and I Meal OP Grits 5 D>s. 14c
T. A. Feaster of Homestead

I Enjoyment Held Cure of Work for Woes 'MEANING' SOMEnilC EXTRA, Oil Armour's Treet "A "FREE! MEAT"can 25C


f Most of the world's woe is the 'ABOVE JUST ORDINARY' SERVICE. I PLAIN
result of mans inability to enjoy White Ring Flour 79c
',-, work declared Walter Bruna of 20 Lb. bag
.' Miami, a representative of a nationally !
1, ; known life insurance company "For Fudge or Cake FRESH EVERY WEEK LB.
.' in a talk before the dinner-
meeting of the Redland District Icing" ROLL BUTTER 36c
, r' .. Lions Club Tuesday night ROY CHANDLER I
Contemplation of the results of Florida City Fla. Just add water and SWIFT'S PREMIUM

I ', I',' i Butter Boned andRolled
1 Chuck-Roast Ib. 29(

,. ,! \, SEE JUNKET
,. \ I\ Zephyr Mercury J 0) Quick Fudge Pork Shoulders: 15c

I 12 oz. pkg. 18c CUT

i GEORGE MURRAY Pork Loin RoastEND. loc] '

: ANGELUSMarshmallows

It"h'' AT ", Spare Ribs Fresh Sausage
r l

: f NEESE MOTOR COMPANY pkg. 15c 2 Ibs. 25C Lb. 25 C11b. 4

'z SWIFTS PREMIUM (2 to 5 Ib. average)
Next to Homestead P. 0. .I YORK
Peanut Rolls, Ib 27cg?.

rh Gold coin i Genuine


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1 Real] Estate General Insurance '


Cor.Palm Ave. and Ave. B Florida City, )Fla.

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