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FRUIT DISPLAY !This) Areji Trppica], Not Semi-Tropical, 1'CITY HALL RIODEIM AND :

States U. S. Weather Bureau Chief i

.AWARD MADE I Conflrnutlon of 1 local conviction I fauna which I* essentially! trtrplrarathe !I CONSTRUCTION i iI. I
,,thai the proposed tt.'lfIln"Nn. : than: gemi'troplsat" as in tilt
the thonory.b.
caat" with region farther. ta
ttonal Park area which lies at i
Homeeteaxfl back door, to troplopl II .' i

TOREDLANDSouth rather loss OfIllHropillai| U sop..1 Cuipttlyieg.q t\l'r"I 'WAb dPt os. ona'r requ"'t'ur to lie! I. AMQryG 7 NEW\ CWA REQUESTS

1 tabbed In a statement of opinion ot> designation, W. R. Oregg. chief .r
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4 --, I tined from ty chltt pC the United I the weather bureau wrote: I II

Allapattah W f n a 'Plato weather bvut a by Ernest b.Cot. ". . Th part of the date that |" Not Necessarily Affected} Ing It for C. W Al eulH.ilB.lon Mpn- I
executive chairman oC tpe Included In the propoaed ttverghijeNation day night Mr Hook said that the
$?".? First Prizf for Everglades! National Park Aocutlon. *! Park I* usually considered by Crew Cut, Says! city and private donor had done all I

Vegetablfs, I t* haying a tropical' climate, A Engineer they could and that It was .
I' ta a letter addressed to the IIMoJ- universally recognlied cbuelllcatkw I Impossible! to obtain afMttlona" tics
,uarterj of the bureau In Washing, of climate I* that ol lit Vkuluniirermany nation pints f,.leml emergency I
,Gi\Jl'i Dc YD MAN ton. Mr. CM: point'eut thaf fhllf ''I''Koppyn IIf In Which !tflui". TOTAL QF PAQJECTS relief. labor hd been used In Ito; cwn.Mructluni \
UM southern boundary of the area I* em Florida la ."lfno4Q the froiij.eal NEARLY ; he, said, under! the .Piet-
: JUDGES EXHIBITStM ,"10 miles Portia' at the :Tropic o( province. Dr. Xopuen' clue.f.C '/. IS $50,0" Ing tirqumstapcee the pool) cful-j! be 11
:Cattier a.4 geographically not pith; < tlO! I* 'II ult* widely used .by meteor Hated a* f iipplemiintary( Project |<>
.: ?Ho I ? tu ?* f*?frt. :In Sol ,tropic elide. he cflniale! tt I Ith : higlt* and physical. geographer SlgbniFtR4 i J; P. solutions the original{ federml! emergeiio* relief i
ana'Ut Indicated Its Per .'" |" act
pent Station Hew ._ by ad Passed Council !! r"I
.. ... by ThPppo1." | vhlyh )'II 41 I Of>> m 1ent; '
. fpr Festival l GfrlJlnr: P4rrpr MondayPonetructloa apprpypd 4- P. dlmpntpnre) "" wet 1
,' $ OARDEN CLUB MS .be. eomplet wlfh'' 31404. * .41..1'' y
Tint prIM of Hi. tot the beet Daily Sprmgboa&1itofl. !
\ of kn airplane nangar | ti| ubmUd| eqt Pp tMalh! (
'community exhibit of cltru. and hoop for lh, povL rut extPNptf c.
other iru.ll* *t the Rediand District Pauline Black fancy diving LOVELY DISPLAYPlants and machine hop on Uorne- 'f'I. A. ProJccq'hwta if ?l ppr scot
'..- :Fruit Festival was awarded Wednesday artist, ha been secured to supplement stead's munlclpaj) landing field completion , eoniptt1 (px>l) rind will ..p7ado
to the Redland! exhibit, aponprta the free high dive act ached m ...( tk* munl l|I"I. ewlmmln| tl Pro""" tXyiW[ reatl'p! tub of 1ht I vied t"'I..1111 ov"01g8 teFaltlvaZ tied kfttflSidtit 3 Ce"*Mnmb '\n9' 4'loW1rirljr! .>W.lireealng .
-1'ttallln i i l. of $11'"t1'to Osorn4'Ra TII"1I'1)'", yred. q 'U, p. 'roonw fur. ..1ft will ko
the Homestead exhibit, .poweredfcy dent ot tie chamber at oommeratnd I and Flowers Have were among Additional project sub added' later There will be two
the Heraeatead Futur. .* Farmer Festival manager, announced mlted to the olvll work admlnl.tra'i showers on the wonnn'x able an I
chapter. "" I,early this week 'Wise pl4c( piaUa I Pond) and Rock Garden lion In resolutions passed by the two on the men' *kl*. The only
t< i Bpiith Allanattah Garden won the her Brat exhibition from the .prln,. for SetingThe city council Monday night.Conotvuotlon entrance to the pool Mill be through
|1S Hilt rjlae for the bert cemmu.1 board Wtdntaday.Captain a shower room where the oho'J'' .''*
nity 1."I'1 of vegetable A RlrtflleplaFkV I Jimmy Jamlaon bee been display of lie pouch( Pa4! <) of an Incinerator replacement arr3 turRd 1'1"n", HO thatIt
Miranda and Pis prevented from making the of lit pole, of the mnldpal '"' '
Eureka hldp Garden Club I* !louse, In thc lovely wfl) M tmpoMlbje for anyone winter
t awarded' the I ID second prla and dive on one er two afternoon Mcauf thatched entrance of the,VrLlt, row electric. .ttgbt and power ttrely |.W without a voraplotclining.
I third pelts, U 0, went to tSoulda.TV I I of high winds that endaniw ttral. This booth has for Ite background system, cleaning. out of the North .
fihj11! *,. done by M- R. El", the accuracy of hlf fall lu the It the shower ,
Canal along half mile of entire From room proupecttve
pigs, horuculturlat of the FloridaExnerlnifiit flaming tank of water, but the nigh'performance fiver thatch pain (Thrlnax microoarnoua .
bathers Into footbath ot treat.d
tp a
j length the city limit
: Station at Qalneevlllf.reeulted have been engpterrupt.d Inalde
la native
) which a of the .
water. Water for the pool and
In other award am follows: key*. and oniteuotjonv! o|. tat-pprove| showers will now continuously from
Individual Exhibit ---- At each end of the booth I. -a sanitary toilet In the section of the the municipal power and water

Citrus. fruits 1. Railey Mayer, tier of shelves on which are displayed city not reached by the municipal plant a few hundred feet away, will
110: ti.111". Julia folk, M; |. CIa" 2 WITS'HAULS potted plant In the center
ewer' line, were the other project not be cold a* It fleet 1>0throltl"
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isicipl is.a .
ln I I. a fli-h pond and email rock garden coils to cool the light engine beforebeing
yegetablea; t. nollIllee) ibmltted. The total ot of project
built by Wm. Ounlop. Back of
.. $10 l ': yiJ|:ur Vlclc, l{; .. Earl Lee BRING $62 CASH the pool and' o' ibotu. |lde* are asked for .la approximately! |l.,ooi.BuixnlMlon Ji.tra'"rIU.d pool.! by pipe line acrossto
lam (peclmen* of fern and ftI'i ot theme new project
I'fFrult. other than cltruel t, M.t TO FISH GROUP ladlum In the foreground are' Remodeling of the city hall provides *
hrr Johnston |10; I, Mjn Eatell : log stands which hold tub specimens, well followed on Welncsd.y by on.nouncement | (or quarter' JJ by 14 plum office *
)h*( C. W, A In space tor th* municipal library,
Ttug00, f11) |, Charles) T. Fnch. II.I I of begonlu-Camlll* on one aide and crewf
Rafley"Mapey.. t Dade to be reduced 40 now housed Ip a frame! building en
l'0ps7sah 1. I
| ; Sold Chatelaine on the other. Across the: County were
Ibs. f t
2,150 in Miami the corner diagonally sorted from the
Wilbur Vl lJ. II: I, C'rnc.I'hor Fro- ,
front of the booth I* a low railing per cent, but City Engineer: a L.
12.Avocados. Py C.W.A. Sponsored! or shelf which hold many bouquet''Hook, Jr.. who has charge of alt Festival' ground, for an auditorium$
40 by 70, court room 14 by 14,
; : 1. W. K. Walton. |9j
4 : of beautiful flower, while overhead
Association W. A. work In the city, Mid chamber of commerce quarter If
1, Hollleter f
Bag, 11; Frank Ktng there are featoona of Potho vine andmeet. C'I
r V. :.uch a* order doe not effect by 17 and a women' nit roan IT
At the) east end outside Ih. .
Potted 5P .P't; I, !tin JoeepblntFntt Fish tram two night' haul ttaviibeen railing, I* a hug bouquet of double ,completion of project or ......- by IT. The (Militatedo.t to
J | ; I *. F. H. Redd, |l; cold on the Miami market by rod poinsettias on a eland. The mean that new projects pgbmittp4) 111.*".
>]. Mrs. George W. Turner:, Jr. its the Redland" Farm end Flab Assocla.t1oq'iriib club' sign I* framed with seed pod wilt be turned ."'.. Th purport' The !Incinerator would be con.elruoted
if" Garden out Powers:' 1, Miss Joeoii gross return of MM.. of Opercullna tuberose, sometimes on the present city dump /
R, tin. Pratt, |5; 1. Annabel Red(( II;' It ''vaa'' ,nnouoced *f a meeting otth caned leather roe*. of the out I* to conserve the fund ground and It would have a capacityof
I, Mr*. George W. Turner.Jr.. 11. board ot director Wednesday' The flower attracting! f the moat M that the work will last longer tot, It ton of garbage 4tnpal
(' Poultry (cock and S keuti 1, Sight. The two haul totaled 1,1301 attention from ylaltor* are the Baur, he fewerind seedier wen who are dally. Its cost I* estimated at
Julio Mayer, |l; 1. Billy Radford. pound, Unto Imports, Bucharl lily, Bpithode "kept on the orew. Uoo.
lOCI I, Marion Th boat. of the A. have
Hendenon. lie.T association re *! Olob Amaranth and Acaly-' Homestead C. W. men Light pole replacements and general .
t ; Poultry (U to class): 1, Bailey tautly foroied by C. W. A. workers pha htaplda, The Araucarla the been laying themselves off a* packing betterment of the electric Hue
,. Macey. II; I. Leola Little I Got t, and others a* a mean at livelihood. Klgella( (commonly called house job become available and I* estimated at ".10'. Cleaning 01
leola Little. 150.5f when dealt. aid ends, are fishing tree) Pedllanthu! roeea-albo.u..1 Mr. Hook think this natural abeoro- the canal would coat 11.100. Cow
Duck: 1, Leola Little |1; I. very nltht) and the flah} 11.I' phorbia iplendena .and bird of par- tlon may almost take care of the) tructloti of theu oorete toilet to
James Booth, (Oe; I. James Booth. ported to Miami on a truck bought else croton also attractconiilder* 'lee"""asp ordered Twenty-two men **t a| UrOli :
"So. Uut'wek by the ._latl,n. : !able attention U the potter! plant l off<< the local) tntl/}have oblilal'lprint g
:f Rabbits, pair: I. Leola twit; '..711, aiaoalatloa aa., II le...h.... of '-Ha y"I :' jtiba, b. geld.' *' !
beset. potatoes, bedded for plant addition each listed ThU I* the first time mention ha THIS wEATimn
L I" to price
.I ? Calf' ; J, Marion lfenderpon' U'; and a* aoon a* slips/ are available Itewhere. the displays In the Garden been Died of applying, for 0. vr. A. Official weather report 0' the
I. ClyJ* Henderaon It: f, George will 'Mart Its potato farming operation : Club'. exhibit were awarded 16 fund for an airplane hangar and Subtropical Experiment Station
jWfifft, 11.Junior. 1 machine rtiop. Plan aubmltted by '
>lue ribbon and one r4 ribbon.
.. Agriculture ). .(. ,... Hook building ..
C : )Are Roy Matthew .lia president > propose f
: Vegetable grow by Fatetr O..MK: CHANGED TO of the club. I native rook 40 by .0 feet, 14 feet I I T
ty. Farmer* or 4-H club: Hxn..tea4 The .basketball game between high to fee .between ,1.OOt and *
Future.. r.rm.-I. 111; ledlaail Homestead High school and RedlaMHigh (.,\R .W'EWtF.l: ) 1 a.o.0..
future rarmere.. 110. which were scheduled for AU residents. of Homestead. meet Trill; municipal swimming pool was r.... 11 "1 It to 1 11
Behest Exhibit Tuesday night have been changed to.. have covered, moul. waterproofrarbag I started lat summer with material rob 11 7q.1 4006
C Manual (rajfelng work Individual: Monday night of next wee*. The 'teas within l. day, In bought through paddle wibnrlptlBnnd Feb II 40rub.
( High echool t. dining table by game will be played at the Redlagjagymnulum (onipluuK* with city ordinance a by tkceity and with labor two It ....... It ,..., tS
't Joseph O un. of Homestead: wtttt tics clash between Stfe* from the city clerk' nlahed. by emrgnry relief rH tad laic. I' ... ....1.0 It.. 04Feb.
plnnet desk by Manuel "j the junior high team slated to eta$ iublbhed In" this Issue of the offtce'l by tics clt,. It In more than two II ... 46 16.10Tab.
(Continued oa Pace Five the program at\ Enterprise want*. thirds cemplet,, but In recommend wt. --: II 14.04,




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Two THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Friday. February 23, 19aj:

:Mr Woe ealf, and but year won ..1omDly ant RlWML Homeetead eighth in* Homestead seventh '
$1,000 Is Commercial Value prime with the bed b* made. who have food table are: Clinton BtoiwiK Allen
I. I Cart Dedena "...,...... In alt ..I grad tor, Robert Branch, Pierre Martin, Bank. Byrum
Of Manual Training FurnitureI 'mid,Victoria* ....... to a source MeDankri; Vfad* Smith. Rural sub Harvey Bo*
_ at many admiring trIaJAt' fail liven and Randolph Cave. Other, The- bay Wlfb tG
OM taiiim dollar to a roaaervative ............-. ahw M a nprodoetlMAa .i tbroe+tory dumb waiter Isan table la la* eighth arad* glass Walton for the use of Ahlb
were nat entirely Intelied. Mr Rice TtU rag the exhibit rta
estimate el the reausee- old portrait *( X living- anuaual and. Judging from the
rtal value at the furniture e blbu.l don grandmother .:two antique Comments of the visitors. a "101,. report Frank tiauaman Mm : <
Nt the fruit Festival by the martMi silver candle stands give the room Mea piano of furniture Alan The sevens grade boy aha d. Ingwton Frank Webb .
I training puplla o( HomoatMd addd charm Tb beda are sneered Bridge*"' Udlee' type aplnnet deck nerve favorable comment art: WIllisBatley. else who helped In an;
and Redland kick ecnoole- o wjr with fancy quilts belonging to Mrs I* liked by everybody Alvin e.!,lMr J. >>. Campbell. Edward tint the display. .
another ambitious ninth Burr Edward and John Hkkwix partmcnt bead .
nothing ., MM sentimental value of Frank Hauenaa and oo the foot of : Rice to
the work U the boy and their per each bad to a bend-woven coverleC grade boy who to a bard worker. A Roy Qlbooa and Elmer Hampdea
en... according to C. H. Rio. mawwl la the fireplace taro flrodoia boa email ...-..bIe with termed leg and I from Redland. Among the o.tatanolo USE MANGANESI
training mutrvnor for Uw two .tag to :Mra. W M Bnulley IslaM border mad by Buddy Forte. -
tthooohMad aald, .bow* good. work oDd Jlmml
This room Mr Sues wa* arranged ,
: of woods native to this to show the products of the Vena carved stool and piano ,
southern Up of Florida, chiefly :Ma- manual training department la a/bench are well made. '
dtlra mahocknr the highly polished suitable setting sad U give a MiterIdea The nest handeom and the best :
and In many Inalancca Intricately i of bow the furniture really piece In the whole exhibit la aaemplra Homestead Grocery
carved furniture bMpaaka the Inter looks In a boma dining table of mahogany.
H( and pride et workmanship that tn the other half of the booth' mad by Joeepb Gau...... la MrRlc .
han boom instilled by an expert which contain the awls exhibit *'.opinion K I* the equal la wwV-
f craftsman la boy who other wipe Is a skeet of drawers made by Blamably to any turned out by a ma. 102 S. Krome Ave. Phone 15
might be testing. t. leave school U Earl Bmllh. Inlaid. with a tulipwood tor worknya. .and beyond doubt I* the
their efforts were Confined to lnUt. and ebony border, .It baa e fined piece of work vr done In
bio scholastic work. good hand-ribbed varnish "....h.....' the Homestead manual training,
The manual training booth If (UTided .. altogether an tscellent Job. At hop. It was warded lint prl_ Saturday Specials
:. with ono halt given to the one ...... W- a small circular enrt The eighth grade boy have plentyof ,
<]|.plaf.:oC..*rloiM pieces of furnllur able mad, by .ClanncVoapher table, a* many that they have to
* halt arranged tot ,which dismays neat and* careful taka turn about having them In the I
MILK 5 tall
( rprwni a'colonial bedroom aswell :turning and careful sanding and exhibit Those from Redland are: cans 0 e a o. 29cCherries '
a* the existing conditions permit nlnhlnf A" Sheraton desk Bert Bam., E. J, Oraham and ClemTYPEWRITER '
y ., The wall of the bedroom partlAi laid In a itrlktnr manner wi:
ti; .otk* .sooth are whit and a ebony and French a>Hu flnvlhoa .1I -Ia..1 fare In the back by Donald Croat, shafts food wdrk
) wall Over th.. mantel t* bung tn and I* 00 5. level with the bet
old flintlock tide made In the llihI product aIf RICE the Best 5 Ibs. for 25c
; century by John Bull the English only two W/"jiL shop experience' REPAIRINGcleaning ,
p. maker. On the mantel I* place Mr Rice *4J I* JhJ" deek,.loWt I..
; : tea tltiMrckork, and on either side he .. a care"4 rate work ethaJa)
i, .ara-oldHrteef wniravInc* In antique Buddy FinpalrlcK bed a tour* and rebuilding' Monarch Food Wheat Ig. pkg. 19cKellogg's
I Shadow frame poster of early Anwrlcaa .t>P*. 1* by an experienced typewriter i ,
;I ( WI exception of the twinS a striking piece of work Buddy
heflu: aiTfUnnltur* war really nprotluced who also mat the MnaH aewlnf mechanic. Also
/ from.original .nllq_ The rocker In tto room. U a conaclnUou adding' machines cash CORK FLAKES, 2 pkgs. 17c
hf.i of tlmNr* make by Manuel. and thorough workman .:Mr registers, scales and electrical
Aru..riia and the old tint drenlntgt Rica ald. A bd and rocker are
\ leads by Joseph Qauiena, to', two difficult pivots. lie Mid and i appliances repairedand Pure Cane Syrup qt. can 20c
tether with the colonial scroll **wmr .j! ninth grade boy who turn those out adjusted. ,
trble by D. H. Dllllnier main, deeerve particular credit, Lrl
\ the .*nd of the room Interertln Smith la another ninth grader land TYPEWRITER RIBBONS50c Sani.flusb Brush Free 2 45c
{ Uppolt are the twin bed, copier' his cheat of drawer la no may thingto cans
| from eddy bed found In the black i build said the Imtroctor The Prompt, 8aU! tartory SenrlcahVaaonabl .
I belt of Alabama. except that they i plnnet deck by Manuel Arosarena Me*. '
.j[ '. art nnaller edtttona" a* twin boil with fluted lop and Inlay Snowdrift "Oc29c
'i I were not known In colonial time serve wood from the nilpplnea and :
>I1 Tbey were the only bed on hands satin wood from lUn Domingo !.1 C. P. JOHNSONP
.: ', they were wed even though they'I one ot the coast handsome ptoce Tekepheaa 1t O. Box JUSllomnlrad II Washing Powders 8Wir : JIB 23c
."I were Ajfde by Sir Rlc, Th. night Manuel baa done splendid work Florida ,
1t i y I f -Mad Wears them made by Buddy, alnc. ho came to Homestead High I



::;\ ) ,, S= 'S Butter, Country Roll, lb. 29c

:::j I Leading in Quantity I, Beef Pot Roast, 'lb. . 18c

1b f for 15c
== Sausage
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ii I and 'Quality e i if PORK SHOULDER ROAST, lb. 15c I 1

f j .1 I Rib Stew Beef, 3 .Ibs. 25c 1

: : = .' Redland Brand F rtilizel'S';are leading BACON i"ESSni! 2Sc ,:
!- ; .1 in quantity and qui i f i production! Of vegetables I

t I now being harvested.Do ,

: 5 Steak, Western Round, lb. 25c I

: : not neglect to fertilize your avocado =

; and citrus groves for a spring bloom. I

." == NOTICETo

r : I We carry a complete line insecticides. i I

:'(I i ; all Residents of the City of

tf I Homestead Fla.
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Florida East Coast Fertilizer C
I' o. I You are hereby requested to comply with

Section 127 of the Code of the City of Homestead,

1 MANUFACTURERS Fla. Said section refers to the storage of garbage 1

i Redland Brand Fertilizer I waste in metal water-proof garbage cans ,

of a type approved by the Supervisor of Sanita j

!MANGANESE DISTRIBUTORS PHONE. No 16 tion of the City of Homestead Fla. .
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t, City Clerk,

Homestead Fla. ,
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Friday, February 23 1934. THE LEADER I.'NTEnPRISE" Tagg Three

POLICE NAMED lAND r I Local Dairy Adds Ten' "|'o.rrfotl In stock by the Bee Dee *u-] MMMIHHIIMIMHMIUNIUMUIHIHHlllNUMMIIMHHimimiHMMlllNIMIMUIIIW UIMIttHNnnHWlKIM
I [[ply Co.. which will occupy a
Purebred Cows to Herd .
'pert of the big warehouse that .I PeteFranklin
CONFIRMED I now Bearing completion.
Alpine Grove Dairy, owned andoperated "Bee Dee Forms discovered the,
by O. B. Parker a half need for such a supply house when Inc.
MONDAY NIGHT mile north of Homestead on Krwne, It started to purchase Its own meoklnsry. -
oree avenue, has just added 10 purebred ." Mr. Lindsay; said. "Wo ,
Jersey cows tern Tennessee to his will not just act as agents but will
Sullivan Made Chief With herd, which now totals about 10':haft a complete stork of HOMESTEAD, FLA.
Sykes and Pye as head. and Implements on IIUIOIlln'I''j PHONE "WE DELIVER-
i This Homestead dairy hen been people can come In and
Night Men sited br state board of health mport article. and not have to
as one of the best In the elate for catalog descriptions. It they decide FREE'' DEMONSTRATIONon
Appointment of Homer Bulllva cleanliness, eonelruotlon and equipment to buy they tall take It bask with
as chief or poU.anol W. H. 8ykM; Visitors will be shown everycourtesy them right new."
and l B. F. Pie as night policemen by Mr. Parker and his asstatute. -' Parts and service will be providedfor
wa recommended by Mayor Pre alt machinery Sold by the firm. PHILLIP SOUPSAssorted
Ion B. Bird and confirmed by the Mr. Lindsay said
city council at the regular meeting Bee Dee to Flavors
Supply Carry Mr. Lindsay has been a resident j

15' bur Monday surety The for council all three voted of in Big Machinery Stock, of..Dado In the County timber for and II sawmill years. busi H',, 3 large cans only . .. _. _ ._ 25c
- fleers. The Be* n.1'; Co., a subsidiary I I I" at Tropics for 1* years.
Councilman T. K. Kirby tad H. Golden Key
or Be Dee. Farms large Bee Dee Farms has HO ores
Brooker, Jr., and City Attorney Erneet > whlcll In II In MILK 4'C
scale organisation, recently began planted: II potatoes. 5 tall can
P Roberta were appointed a erection of large packinghouse I beans I* In Umaa, It In tomatoes.
committee te Interview Frank H.Undeman. .
C.: ears'of and It ears
- northeast of the F. E. : station Twelve potatoes
former Homestead buntnena began packing tomatoes os soon of tomatoes have been shipped tramthe '
c'' mat and member of the city as there was enough, roof to coverthe It by It* packing shed since Potatoes 10 II lbs. Z4c
coun""'" with the object of obtaining machinery, was announced this the start of operations. Mr. Lln.l-
adjustment on the purchase of Hibiscus week by Tom Lindsay, manager. lay believes that next season will
Park, Ire-acre block In
city; International' Harvester Trucks, see the biggest potato season In MONTE
the northwest Mellon the DEL
of city
c tractors and farm "Implements will be South Dado's dietary
on which the city; paid some two
thousand dollars after contractingto Coffee Pa ked: Z6c
purchase It for a park. Mr. Lin- Ib.
demon, now 4 resident and businessman
of Loesburv, Fla., "'In

c.c c.c stead Rutland. H. this A.were Cameron week appointed and )to Ire. Hom.1 Field's MarketIs Sugar Cloth 10 lbs.Bag 47c

nlclpal library board to take the I
places of H X.. Cook, who was II 15C
who ed to resigned.the council. and Newt. O..ltCt'j I 5 ,?. .....................

Ralph Reed, water plant Fancy Grain
FurnishingThat 25c
c who .la general utility man was given RICE 5 Ibis, _u . ........................................
a raise In pay from Mi a month to nmmm
e7> with the understanding that he LAUNDRY
T. N. T.
c Is,40 tale ever the colored town Good Western Meat CORNED BEEFOR
water collections. SOAP

Lost 20 Us. of Fat PINK SALMON I
Served at 6 bars ... . lOc

C"C' I In Just 4 Weeks Fruit Festival. Lunch Stands 2 cans _ __ 25c I 120 bars. . $1.50

ar.... Mae West of 8t Louis, Mo., l PRAPKFIN AIN! Bfc 25c
writes: "I'm only >! yrs. old and values 6 for _. ..... ..
weighed It* Ihe. until taking one ; This Week ,
C I box of your Kruschen Baits just f FIGS White 29C
weeks ago I now weigh 150 Ibs. 1alite 3 1b. pkr. ..............................................
have more energy and furthermore .
t c ."I've never had a hungry moment. CORN OR STRING BEANS 3 No. 25C

Fat folio should take one half C. A. FIELD cans ._
teaspoonful of Kruschen Baits In
a glass. of hot water every morning TOMATOES 25C
t: before. breakfast--an IS cent I 101 N. Krome Ave. Homestead, Fla. ; 3 N. 2 cans ................... ..
bottle lasts 4 wMkou can get
Kruschtn at any drug store In COCOA 1 lb..pkg. .................... ... 15c
America. If not joyfully satisfied j Garden 2 Ib. okg ...................... '25c
after the first bottle-money back.
-Adv.i i
'OV Dint, bottles .......................,

EGG NOODLES iPremier 23C"
" r. 1 lb. pkg. ....................


24 4 Ib. bag . ............_....... W

.1...' Service your car for the trip home at ARICOTS Monarch 25C

.- 2 tall. cans ............................. ..

2 ,Mar J ..... .. ..
wi $11,000 in Cash and 7 AutomobilesSimply

for naming Silverware illustrated on
coupons in every sack of

Opposite Fruit Festival Entrance Gold Medal FLOUR (02 Ib. bag. 59c

I II I .. "Kitchen Tested" 124( lb. bag $1.17

REJI"\SU .Jua. (mtK ib.

Woco-Pep Gas and Tiolene Oils I Oranges .'. . 15e Beef Roast. 18c


Goodyear Tires Bananas _ 14c I Sliced Bacon.20c

, Seiberling Tires WIVEHAP!: .. TORE a ..... : 8N'IFra PICNIC elk

I. 'j Exide Batteries Apples... ._ 31c 'Hams_ _ 12'/cRIB

Washing Polishing and Greasing I large stalks' in
: 1 ,
Celery _ _. 15c Beef Stew. . lOc


1 Lettuce__ _. 19cRUTABAGA Steaks..25crRE.M
Central Service Station
.... IK'

Turnips.- Cheese.. _ . 20c

... Potatoes . 15c Butter .. __ 30c;
.c" ; I I : ! : '

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ENTERPRtst Friday February &. 1M...
...p ..1'our: . ._ .... .___ THE LEADER

MHutlOa Of tome totted** tor,tradl l Mlty. H* *u ........ faI.
1 i TfiELEADER-ENIOlFRISl E,,1 Thetow Down on That Man FinheyFMNhnl. the lltti ... niit not ythoM what aims Until tuMMMbte ... '
ii : k : drunken tire MMI WM asp.petted on Uw plat.
i rub..*** Fridays at 11omtrad. '. '. M In .nh.od a Hoootnactonlmaatar MM Whale and nthorroUJrtr
a.paa In.. ( ( l'. Yoder the wu forty m driver mraar Ib* safety of four form bar n e
j Ma.fey th* tooth Dado PubMtUiC ( "_ .'...
coanaaad 01 CMptaM M. IL .I H* wont t* ttaahmt wife sad family every IntortcatoJ alleged lade" and s.wtlnurn' -
Co. --- Ib wbqla.hoowood .pop-*" IN ton date In 111 and taught arteMthoro .lissome| the awcttty of your --.1 I -

t and AflCHER Room,: rifle ............. soca am 1M Pratt tar a white LatMe4'wry arrroaotoa am.Ie- dr .. or rt.'-. OMEN: 4 op
to AaTI ...... 01 the a.. Waohtoatun _ut. L attontty and In ... ___ tnWwpnuM Tour, .
Catered a* amond dams wiatotaw lass i.niinnhiii: wort It III dsutb loaf stayed ta the ant Moat..sot laters. e.taflft and AtlpsMwd+. .J r AMERICA

I March la, 1t1! .. at tb* pMafoWa at Royal I1*** Mat Port bat low tootto* OMM of ktotonr' wbooWaoatajton the MlaMlohiiiont X every ottotortfcfow I i Keep ... O Ood. from ....'_: lot Mto
Himi..>r.... Florida seder elms jtbit 5.455 ..........-.. tit, mot Brown Catowattyta for .._. tile .. of year'' tart ta ..i.t.... ta word la.
low art of Man .. ism tar _..11,.. A alaaasr. bettN' rwadm at the tiaaawipai tfRow highest hop** In poor MM did dwd.Ut .
-... ............ .. own or twlrletld *. .At th* urirotoRy K* wa* uf htor*. By tp. todi *.***<*. tour I'
mice. lid hard t* .MAnr I prveartna Pee a Carter a* sit aajrlodtwral eMMroa that dill as*.' of ta* as be don wWi fMll.flndlnc and

on* bulk most tn* rammandet I Went when the World War MOM MM!**. .. $Oft OEM.*****' Man off wirMklnMay ..
wN: RIM'.%T\K: a.\" tor.r. the .>r iitti>nM moral of brokt ..t. M* ...t..*. the array a. hi Bit eoiwtetmtUy wttt rack...* ..
we put a iy *D prtnw ant
UM snow to es...... Captain FinMf a first Utitc *nt and wu ant to mt and camnMmioK Theo wo cannot
mM Mk other fM to tae
IbUna Season M a* .*..4>iiiml awn--a koraIwU Sltoita ta Ann. 'It. ARMto blame these Mvr dlloMI H I' opt wlt. sad trft1loat Prejudice.Map .
Tbm a whit brood .hli'itq onluomitM irnr 6Mbbib. big oaMi month ttor*. whom th* mercury they adopt thw chaotic Principles
'law voice and steady eyes '-trtronodmro wa Swishy from 4S lo *l ........*"to the veto of the anatnlfkMi ro- we sever be hasty M Judtmont
MyAnd to his ability to handle be"' ...... h* war ttahfrrd I*'public which our grt&CMMt have', and always .norou..
I a Inyrlad *f our In the ikjrTh : may oltuaMtoM.I . the PhUp|>!lnd, where n. .tay.d I* built Bp Th* brad tit tYoryBOW**- I
< rri i Ion rarn *her. the iiUl4 months Nu h* wa* trnf.r"*4 hold ought to i..mlne mow crlU- Teach We to put Into action our tot
fart. M wa very <
sephyve pl..y rMrk* wild Mr butt th* Frinckihdalll W the H..alhn lataiidi for tt wily ivory publication that com** tor ,..pu..... Mral(1<,foN'a... and

14 a I Ihrik ft It.. nlKhi kalrk d*.surfo i MI h*. wen hiMWHa months and th** hark lo th* IfUtWBtawa within Ida doors trot the hot h, l unafraid
t* rvt Plant atolll ll..... Tvraa'wtor eetibllheb" than. IIper
blued .morn that "tor*
; YIhMpb wlU tl>* l'io'lUd lfaatry LM .4 t<e Urn for all thl"... mike
anordlnl M petted row and. a half hiiiit of what *. Haft ft m
I* lots and Isis in knot caM an n* and tn,.*.
? Muiatly gleam .. _ha4NeII to far flnafty anrovWcd by t.ail>.. yfcr artod through th. *y*
llgliiibjt Enterprise WpoHori Mmind'! W In till hi marital ilM MarthtCwtui ffoLLurtER tAbc: Grant that w* nay roiUw It to the
4 had *ul .oMM.hla( abbot the ..... of lUH Ahtknlo. a chanhlHkktdy* .t. Fhu r.b. I*. till little things that Croat dirr-
l. OMB **\b* distant .horHiThtir IrlA tlway tat atoi//) about h8r11i1'ni.. whole -.pra"G vole wan .neo*; that In the big things of lit.
* ;dW|> ow'* ......u. la UN but MauoW A4 Brnt marshal' then ,.tlloIllI la much! In dtmatid at we are a* en*

balmy night ,a a Wnrrhui efty h* wa the ....taI! civic concert* and rhMrhM.Traaaftrrod r.tttr:
Add may w*.atttYt to toorh and to
F' j lid |iw ......., Ito '1'0,*,'* lor*. -for oinrto *C good |udmnt" U to Mint Bcnnlni Oa "B* our* !lmt' !Ll'!! know the treat Movies ",_.,,'*
bandUa 41O ll' U vrUna.. A eprnid the ttv** Pita pi'op.rq' M,
M on Rlotayno Also, I lilt he wu promoted to the rank sure. quote _tbo4y. Don let the
A. I fist ..." with the tide; nun p l SnrlKln art tern* of captain From Fort Banning towaa paper make statements you call' And. 0 L rd God M u not forgot
4 r of Wilts and R4 RtHdaii to"king **J tranaftmd t* Port ,......... N. 1( I* be kind.
1 AM I toll a IWlrlt that bM m* Uy ilnual pror* dot ebat2" .
. of roving bands of t-. and had heft there a UKa mow Said tie TbMJ! &u, -Mary .......
"y. cub _
.1\ !. IliS wlton .IIM: *, slP1
I MiilM.
rr bandit W* wkhln a f aIn than t year whet lie wa. auk ail his first not f t tI
lid orb114111114IITRNRERRT the CIO t siltHors to diiiy with Ihi a"IIIaS rUaMTvl.I "Th bazaar\ tai ..*.,.l by Hra.IBrvwn. .
: In Kokonto Jnd In ".*.. lIOn cor >
lo btth :
HrFKNr commonly supposed
I _ : "' ANT ADS PAV
..Ir. at CouivUlor Brown II'
i il went la strawberry week taKvmu '" rally axiiUMWd a highly esteems!
Tb. Florida *trwh..rr) "
. . .. . . ,, .. ...
put H )tare from the shipment uf, ... .. .
only low ran |o ever two ItMHuaodcnrlfrul :I
during the pact HOOMI with Ij j Accidents Increase is Liquor Returns :'
..o. irnu..l ala* of from tkroo- to Better StoreBtlLDLNQ
four n,Illlun doilMm.tloiid fcdltor twilr itptirierprh: Th* repeal of thk Itth Am rtdthirnWn

to tK* ohr*\ Gibe In the The open foarlooMimi. *f the Lead- the mum of a horde of ml.-I .
liiibm RnUrpHi comaianda my a.*po:tnopM vileo which we at least partially striped -
that auppik" the iwutotl ell I OwiM and" ftpcrtU1 fcy
the ,'''imtr atrawtorrU .due ah4 ofthtloa. a* It should' toting Its Imperfect MtoroW
alit -
) : BtlLDLNQ j. k a'QLt.A3(
lat too winter month th* aUonttoo. of every thinking BUM _to I [i]
/!(aho Rfdland DteMri: Dwrln* I am M t* aka theme HOMESTEAD FLA
: : ill thin Inrnn..... .infantile, forth bf aotldnc tow rvlueuntly the dmfi4 I }If. M. kexnkicK

THK WORT MOIL ZOO rtm of Uquor and R* aoBotapnytna piety all *vr tile country bow D*>
>.........*. of tb. IndlTMual dm to attribute to strong drink thegroat I FRIDAY SATURDAYOtrRSE. AIONIiA'
1 A b.'ky mu r Imo fonr-whiwloil and the ronatqooat suffering W increase ta accident of aOkind I .. -. ._-, .- - . ..- ...
*...Ism. ito family wbor pr i nwn|.*...,* and the Iwrauln rnUrrl*

A billy .fast .... bumpers, bet have stood Im.atalnoi h.\ Th Coincident with the unbalancing of! .% Fresh Hdnie Grown i'rtMt
Lrodtr-Bntorpr) t onth Asa by froelrifiuwtng alcoholic
I A firefly ha. a .Main atmtHfhtRuhhiu reading table *f every n...n*. t&.IM. beverages wonder If all mn and Grape Fruits and Vegetables t

are ,...... Jumnm, la .. N* parent ever ao I ht H*I womtn.*..IIrJ'.a.I'** that taliwhohMal I ExtractS :
('.......a. h,.. hahssiiti.d to ......iM aayihln that ho would i. bursting ,|4a 4f law r*>.I Jam bunch

And <..irn >pan. of what that era. tift' to have big auna and daughters; irldlon la ortablMttftt 1 letter dana .I BOTTLES19c
toad wall it ar.ips vary bpportiititty / roua pr.c.dent-that of dofrmi U OZ. CARROTS. 5 !
t .
1 But ( I thmk taM noihln bee_ .
to Mlmttlt' ttolr patriotteih.Mi law of scary aa.*r*. It.. a well
b t Tt. kimoraoa wMI HHMM* from 1- ta mature and their r*. known fact that the fro return o f! 19cIRISH
1 -a. poet for find and thatr to" farms In opn defiance of the eon. DEBTS or bunch

. :
" Potatoes
Del Monte Ib.
1. IA" Butter

COFFEE _ 28c
.27c. LB.

5 Ibs.
: 29c29c

\ Bee Dee Supply Co. p O\'ER."E.hukkFlour' SUGAR ._ _ . '23c

Hitter's 2 :\0.2\= cans TALL

y I rftoiRR Pork&Beans.. '10c MILK
. >
: C\VK!:
Pie Pan Free 3 Ibs. a CANS

: I SAOi1110r.a CRISCO
I _ . 55c

BOTIirOR19c Oversea No. 2 can .

; .DieriatiiJnalll; #fest PEAS OUtR."U
. .". : jw .' ... ;.A 16c

: ** ;' t,' Apple
4 rolls
% '..U.MOUSOAP: \s :

-' Toilet Tissue. 16c Butter
Tfiitks Tractofd ttnd ,
uoz. .
a MaliPot dltt4 Slbs

: RICE 25c 12c

Farm.TELEPHONE IniilemeitAs . --


: ( ....:. 13LLfiDRY FLOUR
.. ,.,
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, 4 '24 Ibs. _............................................__..................... $1.10 I
S 12 . .. : 59c
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'. . O'T.\GOX talk Sliced

: HOMESTEAD .F,1A. Soap CLR\ 5c I

... 23 l\.i : .H Bacon

Powder19c La

... a FOR ...._.....__ 3 1b.ot.

:i BANANAS . lie

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February 22, 1944. THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Para Five

1I1WU1I1IllIII11IIUlln1un1ll1l! Illllur 1 who iv her away n. birds mover Award Made Wednesday YalofI>* Mad rt ryrataooaM Maat r: "..** yu toted ..n.
looked mdse ........ She was alMrd taata of. air, and UM apMaatofi 11 I aroma*
In an emutoit robs ot whim, ... On Festival .. . .
20 Years eons yeir tres.erta" VWDLYee, air, sad u.,'.. *
Ago'load* said. Ik* bodies of white j -Ha* yon trM a.esllae.kpeee :porttet M."-a*. I
shadow too. *. ejaborauly trimmed CtetHModi team Page tint w bannister .1

1I11111111111111U1UJII111I1111111l1111111UIUn. !! l with pear*. Tb bridal veil .f ma- at ..........: I. dealt by Donald Vahfc To, sir aO of tkam." I USE MANGANESE
line was fastened with francs Mo- flew of i
.......... __ ... ..... _ robe canted a shower 1 boimuet 1N4e-1. H. J. OraMM otlRMUaad
Mw neon ....
of ram
of wbUa
and tiliiinnan
Mw..r. Mer. It. lei; cease onux ; t. Mrt Yaws of R*.aa4; i.r
::= I
Mr.a .. .h. i.mrrrd Alter the owes oay. th* guests wore .
RIItua11II HuatMtoad.tth
Itrre.o.. Visit
see IX" Our Fountain WhileIn ,4,1 tae .....>..INr ,..oar*. Invited to tile dtalM roan where arad*--J. Rea FaINt X, On-
.. Ik l .to ,. they wr served with Ice and
< aa..p L. JU KMa raa tan Btohopt I, Koa INt r.on--eS
eer4 sd .-. .. .
; .. pUdI. JoI..w. Uthmaa. p elided.' of l HOMtad.Awarda .
at bbs punch bowL )I... Ufcman.jboraolt for. bom omnomk eahibit. HomesteadSee

..... ....1914"Th. a bride of Wrap montha. war* aa< gmaral. dtaplaya" at blobechoer .
a dainty dreg of whit Wall with
and arhool work
-' street lamps that arrived .,..1I"nIIe. she wait aaaUtod In
Some time ago but woro pot Installed *nrtn. by JoI.... Bow and Mr. Un wr lOt avallabl at pee Hat*. the displays at the Fruit Festival and

1*'-...* < appliance., nr paw tn Immediately to their Pow horn 011
operation and th* dark atrwta atJlomwuad htrom avtnu*." At Farm Life School Busy Corner for refreshments, away from the

are p thing oT U>. p rt." -.'That. Qt* Longview school I I dust. and crowds. Table and fountain ten ice.
-"P. IX pipan rtum4 from should lit placed fit p.o bead of aU The silver rah Chomp will pew
lAb Wait th* ant at the weak the schools: or tbs stab Ji cMtainlya laent the Bret eta podsof nualeeie.1.1I
,>>hre ||* :anent Pull *" IMMJM ./ ,wn>rla* end a vary (raUflacaurprlH I la the U'I: I SANDWICHES FRESHLY MADE
hi* fathHn. . Fanu Uf ,
1 .w. John Dices who I* the patron ot the school
CUM l sat welt ." .a wU a* t. the pupils pad the Friday. Mar. t. at I .'cI ak. ....... GRAPEFRUIT JUICE.
.;...'"FrWaf and Pajurday. ft this ....,b.,. ala his rounds W lupo- 'Inc artists will be Min Md*. Murray. ORANGE JUICE
lion et rural schools of atai. Oee )I. rrlck. and Dr. H a.
beak Detroit will feWwat U>. mm.phttion pi* the
N alto !. W and *to awol ere and ALL
of the penal and fork-road IBtttinr the >UI* infector. anr making a FOUNTAIN DRINKS
a ininRcr. ." visit to the Untrlaw aohooL mad other B>tt lclaaa at the oonununltf ICE CREAMS AND SUNDAESNORMS'
Mare statement that this school (radd whoa*, namea wll) lit a""OIIII\Jt\IlItll.
"Very beautiful was the wedding -
of kite "d higher then any othef hi tilt -**ki
Margaret Nixes atal*. . Much credit !e due t* the A allver offering' will lID m'elv..ILcourt
Mr. Henry Pridian, which took .. ..
--'- -
tcachr. MM Itaktr. . - EXQUISITE CANDIES
Pino at the boa .( the brld*
father Mr. T. R. NUoo. Owing to I -"At the hospitable hone? of Mr | In the Magic Ot,," -j
the death of Uie bride grandfather| |and Mrs. S. W. Wa.oaat'aa given -"T' reception gives ..
day night to the .., ..... Meand
the a very delightful'' valentine party . II. -
many Invitation, tourt t, the
church wedding and reception bad.Thw In attendance wen: Mr sold Mr. Loohrlo, wa atttndod by HomesteadPharmacy
beta recalled, and the marriage wa Mr. Gaull. UtoM Cbloa Floss Aa- about sixty of Dotralt pMipto. They 9
quietly celebrated Die Hay**. Myrtle Moon Nlt' all aMt at the ball and marohod to I i
family and a few Intimate with plug frienda Uw I Moon. Lena fWfert, Margaret baker their beautiful new ..*...*... ." i ,
|>rMtnt . The ceremony we performed Maori. Itaval. Onto* IMokliwan, aadMwara. "Prof. Ktrna baa returned to I
en the verandah beneath. so HUM Llndr. Tom ".Dn. A- bID old horn*. Key West. where b* OPPOSITE CITY HALL '
arch of ferns and flow.r.. At tilt I lea Gannett Roy Flora. Hyatt, will teach mush In the H.rjroveaFhooL" I
lilt strains .f the wedding mufti MOM>r. Prot. AdorhoM. Ralph Moon,, "
played by Ur* Buw. Dr. &I_ and.I I James Moon. De Molt Edwin Cap.linger .
MrA'ri ds.n, accompanied by his' ) "*. O. Moon and Mn IM,
brother. )lr. Jay PrUgoa, .a bantnan. ConnetL. "
and the u.h..... Ralph fi* -"Mr*, fmphnjy and Mr*. l BMatthw -I
ward and Harvey Flupairlc, aoMar4 wan caller at the home .
] and awaited the [ f Mr*. W. A. King last )l .,,!'." I
Ftrlto You Have
pom WM little Landla Rwanda I Key West hurt week and will now be
M ring bearer drMMd In a colonial hue for several month alttndlnuto I w
full of green and whit. . Nut hID fine place northwest ot tows"I
! />a. )ln. Ralph Edwards, sister of I -"O. I. Gault left lest Friday tot I
the bride M matron of honor. airy *,*.- Pa. actor putting tn hlairava. An Appointment With
War?! war hindMfnoly ft>wiud UM' Ua will return to reside pmlnwently
-. tttAtn enlrmiu with pwu-l' nit tall. Its baa ba]
And crystal trlmmfng*. She arri 4 auyln with Mr, and .. Moon, hj
bouquet of whit' roM tied
'hit* mains JVtowlnj' 31... &. -"Ii A. Eaa and )I.... H. Mlprallh
.ward*, .am Mine Clark* Qt . )I;"."'I iila' moUwr. loft I'tI Opportunity
JThaa. the maid of honor. flu Rostra )rarlo.. Ind.. but Saturday waning
r Uon, who were a. bmvlUul gown They wr fad thr by tile a**).
of roMda (Mn naaUn with sum Illness of U. M. smith who \.
bodice and tunic ot wnM shadow not expected to Uv* lon..* ,
>aSp with pearl trtaunlnc. She car -.'Mr*. B. a. Pnnl. to staying al .!'t'k'' jI..
pled pink roan tied with whit ma- the home of )'n. I. ,.. WjUtfc.w.
sine. JJUlo Loretta Horn, sweet during the absence ot Mr. atawl lai' r
end dainty In a drew of white Indiana"
shadow aw* made over cren IOIlk. | "I! L Maser shipped fitly baM* Dullness Is improving. Office positions are
war flower IIIrI and scattered ruses In lot grapefruit tram a thru yatrott
} the path of the bride who now "i>- 'grohi 01 Friday becoming more plentiful. Dut the calls are al-
Lolled whit kr fulhrr. Mr )(Ion..I 1-- u. II. Ewing to attandliDi
: ways for TRAINED young men and young

I women.


Employers want stenographers, secretaries,

I bookkeepers tants. From one of

these starting position ability and industry

i bring promotions to greater responsibility and

larger income.

HARDWARE LUMBER AND I There are certain logical years in every per

-- cons life for getting the training upon which

BUILDERS' SUPPLIES future success U based. If you are not now employed

this is your opportunity to Keep pace
with your former classmates who are now work. .
r '
ing or in college.


f In a. few months, following our plan of
specialized business training, you can qualifyfor

FLORENCE OIL STOVES the opportunities ahead.

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to l. I 't "
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;s.. W. D. HORNE CO.' Homestead Business College

! F. L. SKILL, Owner

[ Buy it In Homestead HORNE BUILDING IIAL. C. STANLEY, Pres.

11 N. Krwnp Arc, Phpnc 507-J

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SIx THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Friday, February 23, 1934.

with her mnln-law and davghtei'end here with Mr. Durraac* tact mpeirtntendMt. visited the Raw
t . Mid Mr*. John It Hoch Friday.Mr. .
Mr. and Un. T. E. Kirby. mother, Mr* H. ro"D.

Mi,*. Goo 7, Archer of Key Welt H. M. Brown who baa been F. a and Mr*. RM Price art entertaining
In and Around who had been vlaltlng In Tampa C. elation agent at Long Key ha. thl** wk Mr*. Wtc. *. <
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'and Mir Iva M. Wllllamwn of Key been transferred to lalamorada.Tli ham of Ptttiburgii Pa, who lit :,, West who had been visiting In pending a month at Miami Beach .

Homestead I'Tampa and Dade City, pent Moh- Rev and Mr. John R. lush, 1',
It day night and part of Tuesday herewith Mr. and Mre. Cba*. B. Clinton Me 101... O. M. Bonnltheen who h.'t: (
Mr.. Archer'* eon and daughterinlaw and Mr. Harold aheffleld, Mr. and been visiting relative In Tampa r*. '*V\\
Mr. and Mr*. Ben Archer, X... Jo*. Douee. Mrs. a C. Hole, turned Saturday >"A:
I Mrs Fred Hnu Mia Ruth Hoch ,\ Jl
I. c. Rankin manlier I I. now employed In the
The !tev and Mr
and Mre. Elbert Tltoomb of attended the Olympia -
t Mr. and Vada Hoch Miss Melba Sever returned WeiVneedny
Baldwin. Kan. brother-in-law ant Miami branch of the Fueh Baking Ipiwkb, Ma**., arrived Wednesday' Men'l Bible Class In Miami Sunday . from the Kendall haepltat'}
.1.' or IL II. Ewing: their MMe Oo to visit" Mr. and Mra. L. O. Ituggte when'the Redland Chorus presented where she underwent an operation *

,uiddauthler Kathwm Gene Guth'A. eam-; ;; Mrs Rugfle and Mr*. Titcomb were three number 'of the pro for appendicitis '.1.:
and Mr L. R. Lawler of Kan- Claude I* recoveringfrom ] obunnate at Mount Holyoke College. gram.
"II City arrived on Thursday of last an attack of Influenia .
Mr. and Mr* John Held of Hew
vek to spend the rut of the -..aDHome.lea4.
of -- Mr. and )tra. .. W Younghau of Jersey and their five eon were Sunday
i They were gueM Mr. and Mn. C. W. Bridge accompanied FLORIDA CITY Miami were Monday visitors In Flur- visitor In Florida Glty.Mr : .
:i and Mr. Ewing until Monday by Mines Charllne and
they. moved to ODD of the ----- Ida City.
lea Nellie Bridges, their arrived M
daughter and Mr, Alfred Fay of Onon- \
itrhett ootage on Ninth *.treet.J. .. Rothenburg of Stamford
monlhi. Dr. L. H
Thursday from Blakely. I The Rev. Jew L. Murrell. din- (Continued on Page Seven) ;
da., to visit their con-ln-law and Conn., wa In Florida City I
._ L. Laeky, retired motion daughter, Mr. and Mrs B. L. Law. Monday looking after his propertyon
lure producer, and a party of, rence. Broadway. While her he wa
lends visited at the grove of )It. I I the guest of Mr. and M.... Wm. J.

id Mrs L. O. Ruggle In Redland The Rev. Jo*. Fahey of Fort Oeronlmo. 1
j K. nlrwITAKER.
.1 I Pierce and the Rev. Wm. Blerhal-i,
Pelrc of Melbourne
ter .( Stuart were guests of the Mr. and. Mrs E. -
of the Rev. and .
: *. Elizabeth Caaeel and her Rev Alfred McDonald Tuesday.Dr. were guests
aughter, Mia Either Cannel, of In.i I Mn. John R. Hoch on Tueaday (

P. H anapoUa Ind., arrived Sunday for and Mr*. B. W. Warren cf W. Mowry Street and Second Avenue
Mia! Myrtet Bell of Ty-Ty, (]a., q
: with Mra. Caawl'i
two-week visit
Palatka who have been visiting Mr*. Call and ko convinced that we carry standard good at the Y
i Cut, arrived last week to spend the winter '
W. H.
n '>u>lni. Mr. and Mrs Warren' brother-in-law and 'I.ter. lowest price possible under pane N. R. A. Code .
with her brother-in-law and *b z
:y 'n Coconut Palm drive. Mr, and Mrs. Dexter Smith plan to ter If,. and Mr*. Otis BIn, and .___ YOU WILL GET If OUNCES FOR A POUND
leave for their home un Friday
,, r R. El English returned Wed..*- her brother, Fred BelL CASH SPECIALS -- GOOD 6 DAYS OF THE WEEK ,
-' lay from Oglethorp, Oa., where he B. O. Well his sister'inlawsMr. ;
M. A. Sumner has returned from
vent to Inter the body of Ml wife K. D. Well, both of WIPt Ib. i; j
Sumner Oa., where he wu calledby GOOD gallon NEW
I iho was fatally Injured In an autoidblle Palm Beach arrived Friday for a
wreck two week ago. lie ihort visit with Mr*. Edw. Brooker the JllneM of hi. deter who I* SYRUP .................... 59c POTATOES ............ 2c :,
I III make his future home here withIn who I* a niece of Mr*. Wells.Bruce now recovering. LIUBVS e
I sister, Mr*. C. H.! Butler i 1 lb. r\. J
Mr, and Mr. E. A. Durance of ROAST BEEF........ 15c
Ennl returned
Tue..lllYlrom .... 20c
Weat Palm Beach spent the week- PRESERVES .... ti5
.Ira. F. E. Joy of Traver City a brief visit! with Mr*. Ennl ;J
_____ ______ Camel or Lucky Strike '.
.: i Men.. arrived on Thursday of .last In Killnon, Oa., and their daughterwho mm % gallon
eek In response to word that her I wo born Feb. 14. H. O.Thurman. CIGARETTES........ 15c ". i E
. Mr Ennl ami : ALAGA SYRUP... 1libe.
.: thor, T E Evan of this city wanWoolly brother DKEeJ.MaberryCHIROPRACTOR I :
111. The condition of Mra Thurman also mad the trip. TibT c

\ tan* wu >o much Improved PEANUTS .............. 29c .f
( relay night that he wa able Mr'l Mr*. W. D. Horne Miss Elisabeth M S. W, ISUi" St. Miami, Fla. PINTO BEANS..... 15c y I
I > for a walk. Horne and Miss Agnes Wt went I Call :171:1: : for Appointment BABY LIMA a Ib*. '

\ .to Canal Point Saturday to peml .... "H_"'_ .Sib*. BEANS .................... 20c
Mr. and Mr*. Wm. Rheney and the weekend with !or,. Home and 29c .1,
1 Black Eye Peas ......
lilldren pant the put week-end his eon. Dexter, who returned with I lb. s"" .

:: 4 Ith MM. Rheney'i brotherinlawml hem to attend the Fruit Festival. !DR.M.A.BERGERDentist S lag PICNIC HAM ........ lie t? ,
\ } sister, Dr. and Mr*. W. 8hackleford. ) JEWEL
j In Week Palm Bench.Mr Mr*. tudl* Bowen from Damascus,! LARD....................... 70c RBI PITTED a can fur ,.
1 Oa., arrived Monday short visit I
{ I for a CHERRIES ............ 25c ;'
: *. Until Clark of Franklin. : 36 N.. Krome Avenue 1 small a tall ,
} Ky and Mr.. Cork Merrldth and' B. F. Eckman 1V I. D. CREAM.... IQc .... 17c LAMJKS SWEET MIXED '
;I, Mr*. Minnie Austin of Miami visited I At Residences Tues, and Sat., Upstairs PICKLES, quart... 25c
Ur*. II. E. Apley Wednesday and 12: to 4 p. m. rhoDe BIVW Office Hours 8:30-4:30 HOWL FREE I Ib*. "

: I ttendej the Fruit Festival, : Coral Gables office: SHIM OPEN EVENINGS CRISCO .................. 59c FIG jaI :1[}
: i S Ponce de Leon Blvd.. I to 11 PRESERVES......... 5c i1
Jit. and Mrs. Schumacher BY APPOINTMENT "
Carl p
and I to' Phone Evergreen IB DRIED pkg
, ; ilan to move to Miami u Mr. Schu- ALADDIN Ib.

..p. tt -- PEACHES .............. 15c COFFEE .................. 26c :, I

\ APPLES .................. 10c a lb. Jar
. 81 n. Peanut Butter ........ 21c
> JAM .......................... 25c Cultivated t lb. 4 *.. can, 1 for

Careful of CORNED DEEF t lb. BLACKBERRIES.. 23c ', oj

::1 f Study HASH ...................... 15C NATIONAL a P".*.

OATS ........................ 13c

FLOUR ................ $1.10 I1I.IK ROSE B Ib*.

; : t Your Needs WHITE RING 30 Ib*. RICE......,.................... 23c ..

: FLOUR .................... 99c 101.
tl tlr' VEAL LOAF .......... lOc 4


The Hector Supply Company's business is not allowed to FLOUR, 24 Ibs.......$1.05 Steak and Onions.... lOc .

"just Itself." Careful is the needs the
l run thought given to of T. N. T. .5 for N\\'IKT8 PRIDE I for i

j' farmer, fruit grower and livestock owner. No particular phase LAUNDRY SOAP.. 10c Washing Powder.... lOc .

: of the business is permitted to develop at the expense of other

i. t lines, but the smallest detail of agricultural activity is provided

t i i for. Come to


i : The name Hector Supply Company has meant just what it 18 N. KROME AVEV.

says for 20 ;years, and the grower or stockman knows that we can

f. supply him with everything he needs, from feed seeds and fertilizer For Repairs on Radios

and Fishing: Tackle
to elaborate farm machinery. .

: / I C., DEPUTY Proprietor

; The Old Reliable


! SPUMONI ICE CREAM ........................ lOc cups

Hector Supply Co. Ice Cream Sundae ......_......................................... lOc ";
Ice Cream, 4 flavors, quart 40e quart brick 39c "

Honeymoon, Chocolate, Vanilla, quart ....._...... 60c

1IPF.D8-"AR IMPLEMENTS, HAT AND GRAIN Fresh Strawberry, quart ......._....................._.... 60c


...., .
.. . JWMowrjLSL at etA ve.Page . i. ..

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Friday, February 23, 193.S, THE LEADER
ENTERPRISE..... Page Seven

WAX\ FIGURE HAS _.NNNN..NINNNN.pNN._ -.................. .. .... ,..




-.-.....-....._... ._ BOCHgewan hardest tulle Brat-Or vice versed, Tuesday seeing ho II.", -. out
(Continued lload.yy.wsed.e-d.y., : 1es.stit1 Can I by UM or eierole laD IIIM examining court was hi'I.I' i Its
from Page Six) ye'O"taxi f. m.
..- l-4i 1tf.m.DM my physical endurance? Methodist Sunday whool' bu;''Una' ;.
Central Fi Redland deg.. N. Y.. and their .
granddaughtor ,,
What should I eat--and when Mr. Koatltne Mr Canftolil u ) Mr.I .
F. F. A. Exhibit Seated who were guests the past weak Mover comprised the beard of'ner -
at the home of you ewer alt down by yourMU Tom will find the answers to theme I
Mr and Mrs J B. !
r Among Charts Russell left on WodneadayMr . for a few moment ot serious Questions, also to many more In t *. Clarence Krowher iww, i ih*
( thought and did these, or awn not a. large book tea than three I loxamlnallon* for the mutt I "M'l
; ,i In addition n::te l. varieties oflYegetableallrtd lar Questions onset 1ImJ.1Wh.t hundred pages In else five by aevon lot forestry and Wood t" ""'1/.
*. H. M. Brown spent Tuesdayand !Pwlght Hoch pai>*r IT and halt
other product of supervised should I do about those period a Inches and an
practice yrojeeill! the booth Mr Brown Wednesday at Mamorada with of the day when I always feel Inch In thickness You can read it I for life saving merit haul. .."'.
of Royal Palm Chanter, Future terrible In a abort time, but probably you Saturday on the kit adjA 't to
Farmers of America, composed of How will think about It for day*. And K the Fruit Festival will be hriii' our
cm I get the mOlt out of I .
boy enrolled ;In Rolland Farm Life The Rev. Edith Myer Tamblyn. sleep you should try to live up to tome of third annual barbecue A n Ult!' '' o(
School vocational agriculture dopartment Mia' Helen Miller Mr*. Ray OoodIng Its teaching It will become a tort snouts are coming do.n 11'01111'"ull'
, . contain other features Mr. Wm. Brook and Win. low can t-learn the art of concentration I of permanent thing In your life 'Friday afternoon and more a <>>
)!. that have attracted much favorable Batchelor attended a Free Methodist ? j The title of this book I* ""More peeled Saturday Their lutrm' n lato
comment camp meeting In Miami from Saturday How about atoohol-and how I Power to You." and It wa writtenby camp r ht'I

.i'' The central figure of the booth I* till Monday about coffee? Walter O, Pllkln Of course, Legion Park and return t.. Mixinl
f a"wax figure of 'a Future Farmer Should I arrange the day with the: j you may bot like what he says about Sunday.In .
HI r I'1 seated at bl* desk surrounded ,by The P:T. A. will hold a specialmeeting book we have In the library. It I* some thing, but better read the book connection with the l I.n cue
'.the display of Future Farmer prod l- Monday to attend to anyway You may learn a little we are having our annual o ,nclfr

I' ,' act, Informational poster on various shed business, read the _. unlln'j' law, Mr. Wagoner, went to the key about 'ounelr-nd much about I I. fire Saturday evening It wn1 be
>,, farming enterprises, and a dla and* and make plant Sunday to Hah your neighbor.Mr. I lighted at ':10. The public Invited .I
play of dlseaaad specimen of rest of the school ''''1'. All these" Marshall report a fair itart,' to come and get a. Mir "u."igb' ,

table and plant properly Interested are Invited to attend Mr. and Mrs. John Byrne and for the branch of our library he hasp I Our scout executive, Mrb I\111'
;. to ailment and control ve..1 chlMrtn from Va. undertaken In the Silver. Palm community lane, has asked that each troop "mln -
Bedford ,
'Ijf; Itfe-llke that more than one Regular services at the FreeMethodlat turned te Florida and are making center It will relieve the i > to the barbecue! and coun fir
ba addressed a question to him before Church will begin Sunday,. their home In Karanjat Mr. Byrno congestion at the main library. Tour be prepared. to prevent a ot" or
realizing what It I*, the fig I. engaged In the canning buslneein borrower' card will' permit you to demon.t ra lIun. It theM are *f rest
by feature and painted sign The rut i.nten sermon lubject Princeton take book from either or both a* those given tent year, w .\n
.:>. the visitor to be seated and to In by the Rev. John R. Hock at the: place but remember you must only ask you to come and Jiulu 'Ion
} I spot record book of actual project. Sunday evening service of the Community I prevent your cant And remember youraelf The Imallon of the ni. tan
:, .;completed and In program, and offers Church I* "Robben Robed.'* J. C. llubmn Billy Baker and Billy the book you borrow from the not been determined aa our oM' II*
t tuwell went to a. lecture In Miami branch .Is too loot to the tent for nIt >". t'
a copy of a bulletin on potato Special Instrumental music will begin must be returned to the
9 t o production prepared by : agrlcul before the hour of worship while Sunday night. branch and those borrowed from you Intend to come, howei '.-i
';5Iture:' department of Redland High the auditorium light are turned i the main library must be returned com scout and ho will tell y".

e ;". School last year out and the spotlight reveal a copy Hit. p. B. Cameron I is a visitor at to that place And by the way, After you have walked arour i the .
} But the chapter booth wa not the of 'The Triumphant Chruf by E. the home of Mr and Mr*. Joe Fen please do not leave book on the II. festival and are feeling Just a Diila
) \ only contribution of the boyi to the Stanley Todd. All worshipers are nelL brarlan'a door step, In the librarian' 111'04. remember the Boy ,",Hut
uocee* of toe Festival for four en asked to assemble early and medl oar or the door step ot the library booth In the north end of th ni t
,';terprUIng young men prepared and tate reverently until the hour of According to word received her We have regular library hour when tent and come In and rest Ben-'has
i 4 }':/displayed a* many community ejchlblt wonhlp Roy Oilman I* satisfactorily stilled book may be borrowed and returned und chair have been provider and
7 of vegetable representingtheir at his new work In the navy yards You may tee the librarian through all ar welcome
respective communltle These A mlulonary tea will be given at In Washington, D C. the .window but before you shako Plan ar under way for acs, big
I young men and their exhibits were: the Community Church parsonage on down the door or rap on the window birthday party which will be held
1\ 4 Wilbur Vlck. display of 61 different Wednesday, Feb. 18, at t p. m. Th Mr*. John Byrne and Mre. H. II please read the sign at the side of March II. Title birthday will t. our
', 'kind of vegetable for South Aliapottah -' devotionals will be followed by a Graham spent Saturday In Miami I, the door. Maybe .he'a buay _nd.

Gardens; Donald Sickle U brief program and refreshment, and
vr : varieties fur Goulds. Brynalf Vlhlen a liver offering will be taken. All
,,. >1 varieties for Eureka; and 11. H. women ot the community are invited
r Qraham It varieties for Naranja tG attend. Last year'* mUdonary :
In addition Donald Sickle and tea was one of the outstanding
... Wilbur Vtrk each installed Individual events of the season her*. .r ,
,p'' vegetable display ot their1'product*. ''"'
t Yield of more ban 100 bushels Ula' Isabel Becker of Miami :; I
> .Jf' ;;y! per acre of potatoes, netting 1140 pent the weekend' her at the "GRACIOUS, JOHN! r GONE UP ONE
'fir.prollt per ._. pea yielding above home of her mother, lira Ch....
it:. ." 120 bushels per acre; hens netting Becker. MY FRESH EGETA- CENT."
4' 11.80 eaoh per year; and one and .
: threatourthe-pound broiler at seven
::.,. week old. attest the efficiency of NARANJA
production ot this peppy cominggeneration I
5 . of farmer Mr*. Joe Fennel and Infant eon
it! Growing popularity of vocation were brought home from the Jack HAVE FOR YEARS.r'r
,IJII!' agriculture In Redland school I* at. on Memorial Hoitpltal Wednesday
"'. teeted by growth In enrollment of !
boys from ig In 1911-II to Tl thin W. a. Bailey and his brother-In-

;'i year. Its effectiveness, saws M. A. NNNNMNNMNNMNNNNNNMM.MN NNNMNW.MN, '
Baker the teacher and chapter advlser .
who' has been at the head of
: :,., the Redland agriculture department PERMANENTWAVES

:: during Able period .la demonstratedby
;. the fact that In each previous
year the total labor Income from
'. supervised practice has been more
J, than (5,100. Labor Income I* net EUGESTEAM $V850
,, _..
profit plums the imount the boy pay
Y,\ themselves for their lilt labor. LA COQUETTE $4.50
Mr. Baker wa* given the highest OIL WAVE .........
rating of'all the vocational agriculture .
There I better than
.I no wave
teacher of the stale for the past a GENUINE: EUGENE because

school year. there li no substitute for quality, r rri

Mrs. McDaniel'u Father FINGER WAVE Q rt a 1 1I
er SII.\MPOO .....u..... OWI
Dies After Operation
Other work priced accordingly.

H. T. Sewell tl. father of Mr* Beauty Parlor Operated by
H. P. McDaniel of Homestead died HISS CATHERINE KILWNGE1Bush's
at his homo In Lavonla, Ga., Tue
day morning, according to a telegram
received by Mr MtDenlel from Barber Shop
Mr*. MeDanlol who left for her father .
bedside Sunday In response to ANDBeauty
word that he wa to undergo a crltl
cal operation. Parlor
),fl'. Sewoll leave his wife Elisabeth I F

; three eon. Dupert, John 10 NORTH KROMB AVE. j ELECTRICITY did not go up dur. :
Henry and Hoke; and three dough.tare /
Mr*. McDanlel. Mr*. Wm. ing the boom and it's being left
Thompson of Pennsylvania and Mr USE

e Louie Belt of Cincinnati. behind again, Now the 2c eleo- %

t USE MANGANESE MAD me : tricity In your Thrifty Three rate .'

f -- .is moro d. a bargain than eye..'




Portable electric and acetylene welding on cylin. 0

der blocks, cylinder heads, aluminum COMVAN

castings and boilers. .l

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PaJl'e Eight' THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Friday, February 23, 1934.I' .

NNMN I for MoCoy himself formerly com liuiaU Business

$if' Potatoes and Tomatoes Studied At the SeminoleA mandad F regiment of creole eitooavajry >" Patron: "This u *> very largo
pad BOW AM the rank of ikatlng-rink have hire." II
In Tests l Station ___,_H...... fie I I0 ,
by Subtropical ; colonel In the reserve eorpa I lUnagei "res. It has a willing

man I* murdered In told blood considered an authority: *n mllltarjtactla capacity of oft* Uumaand,"-tEx.

r in the presence of one of the world *. I
By W &.. >iriEU> rlrulture. The local nation la ale the Intereotlog .
That la
greatest detective MoCoy atao run true to his actlm
Assistant llurUmllortrt ..ubtl'flPkalI'sporimmt ) re-operating with the New York bit of Irony that Introduce character by being a true friend at
suit Experiment Station In an nt I J
: $lallonT the new Columbia film, Before the Indian He spent year among
reil tmt by
tempt to ensure blight
will be shown
subtropical Enperlmett Itatl Midnight, which the red men while serving In the
brldi. .
her Tuesday and Wdnday A while he adjutant
tabUih4 at Uumwt army and wo ,
n wa
The potato fertilizer MtperlnMnti signed to protect millionaire fromImpending of WyomingII .
tqr the Plate of ITorllt |n flf becawe general of the governor -- --
t Involve atudle of various nitrogen death about which h* has la honorary chief High Eagleot .
the llmatf an* toll I
1 "
OUt sources of ammonia la the Born i been warned ty an old family, tupenlltlon the ,Arapahos tribe, and aim of
tier are to distinctly the alert .
those pf ether section ft the elate the $lackf: *& H* apeak! the Indian
from hoe 10 I.00' pound I at
his ward fall dead to the ground
sign language better then neat Indiana
made by
that 0C fh* dnding
many of fartlllMr per acre. variation in the presto moment 'when the oli) .
aUUng pgrlouhpn)1'xperynent| *ta- the percentage of organic nitrogen superstition warned Urn h* yeah}
applicable the "End of the Trail," produced asp
lion w.rtlot of
In the formula' and application dI. Vow through modern *clentine >
product and problems ft title trppl additional substances la the furrow method and reaourceful deduction tremenOou poets 09 location In

cal region.T7i i al planting Un.. !There J* ale a the JovaUp.torlJl&lIr/ VVyomlpg. wits hundred of real Jodiani -
ataff pf the itat oa ogn bU of: aeries of plot which had all the torUllaer calves ,the crime constitutes jibe and M entir cavalry. ngt

pr. H. .. Wolfe, horOcullurJU t"ch applied at planting.., *om- breath.taking action pf the Him meat portMpntln !As a dramatic
rgf W. M. 1/leld, ataWan* hob pared with plot which had a portion Ralph Bellamy'and June Collyer, ejd showing the bitter atruggle between "J

tllllltllrtolea Htucjr Hawkins, a- applied at planting time and| portray the leading roles.Tim the redskins and the mt!>itet
j Infant plant pathotoglat. Thf sla' the rent added a* aid droning thirty which mad She western plain a

ton ground proper, with offlnt.. otndSorstory day later. ... aartas.ot plot" planted bloody },battleground/ sixty sneers ,ago.
JwWlli art located on wltlt need Bleoa previously McCoy the tr of Columbia', LuanaWalter*, a brunelU! nay- General

.' VpiUla drive, lee than onfourti) Mated with corrosive sublimate it ,spectacular western blatorlcal film.., Inc her first Jeadlng role, 'h the |n.
mil west ot RedUnd road, and i"End of the Trail," the other to
tt 1: ''I 'being compared with alnUlar plot Use heroin Public Utilities
a It Ftjtlval visitors call get to It turn for 4'u....., and Wedneeday '
:of untreated peed.One .. II- .
his .llIt. ------ ------------ --
driving north Krom avenue duplicate., In a meaiur* Ronteeteadi Phone BOB-U
op I ot ,bias 1* devoted to a JOHN O. BALLET POST NO 41
t : two and a half irflljw from the Teitliaj group tory In hit role of Captain Travera,
e study of need plea hire and apaclngSoed cavalry officer AMERICAN LEGION
{ entrance|iW ldln drive. thence herolo United States
pieces to various
west (to the left) on WaWtn drive Mrct Bret and third Wednesday
of one and en,,fourth mllM weighed ilwi ere" planted each at are growing that have been set with 6 p: ni. American Legion Did,,
\ Interval
,ilx: nine and twel *
i' On. of the main activities of the inch peat moos peat humus and key (old poet offlwj South Kroree Are
aerie of rottHMn plot. was Inau '
j itlon at present It research In tenato ; A humus, and mixture of theM with Homestead, Fla Auto Headlight

and potato crops, he two moviiportant ( rtd till year to study theincrops of po.4 dairy manure In addition, each of fH....."'......."..__.._ .
: ,U>l* effect on, ..
truck crops of this area the three ha been compelled wllhvar'lnl
rotation In the summer with a .If
Tt2o J work, conducted oil the Motion percentage of sheep ma Reflectors
legume, and a natural
pie farm eight mile east of Home- nure. All of the compost are kng *-
weed fuu-h of these three,
endon the North Canal, hoe been cover compared with dairy manure NQ. 100 p. & A. M.
cover crop Plot I li 10 arranged that .
fined to a study of practical used alone Resilvered Like
prior to each planting season one
Heel Second and Fourth
I I' ublem confronting the grower block -
In another tomato one replication
bait may be turned under and the
Monday each Month
I t vl, the experiment are ao selected of plot received DO fortllier
other half cut end removed
'i i to permit application of their re- at planting tune one wa set VISITING MASONS WELCOME!: New'
} ill! to actual practice, whereverj TeiU are being carried on with' without comport and a third and

: ,: timed both tomatoes and potatoes to study fourth are receiving fertilizer appll .
IS While potatoes and tomatoes art the effect on yield from varying the nation placed differently around the
: i 11.11 two major truck crops of thl.'I amount of manganese from 60 to plant. Both Globe and Marglobei Prices

"i fa, the work hai been limited to too pound per acre. In the same are being grown with and 'without
t t fin only because the resources ot block are plot which have receivedno pruning HomesfeadPlumbing Reasonable
v I lip station are very limited Tin manganese fur three year growing The tomato fertlljaer tent ar* arranged
l -1aff' It aware of the need for beside plot that have received similarly to the potato teiU

\' iik with many other crop, such manganese every year non this Source of nitrogen variation In the Co. Work

x, beam, cabbage, cucumbers, let year, and con for the put two usual formula, addition of other materials .
I < 1s. pepper and squash, but the Years. respectively to the ftrtillw and a rangeof GuaranteedWelch

''', r t uid) available (t present hav A complete range of standard to- application from (00 to 1000

, ( I ( It teem wirer to OCIn .nl.rall niato Varieties I I. being grown this pound per acre, art all being I
4 r til the two amps repreeentlng the year. Mayoral strains of Globe, atudled. 1 For Plumr/ing l Installations I Battery

'} Invettmtnt Marglobe and rrltchard Topper are For several teatoni the station
S There I* bed alt of studying the represented; a* well *> varieties like has been studying green manure Repairs and

, it [i 'HnlblllUel of aunimer garden roll' Quit state Market Buckeye state crops to follow the winter truck : Septic Tank Construe

t tills area If only to supply local Kllgore Special Oxheart, Louisiana rope, and has tried twenty pr thirty Service
tion and Service.
'irXtti. The lOicrt plnvtanl Pink and several otheri In addl species for this purnoM Biloxi soybeans I

,muidi of the subtropical Expert tlon to theee, a three-acre field :II and Old Florjda Running velvet .,
;) "'nt Illation require *U the atttn devoted exclusively to the growing bean have shown the moat'

t} \ on the entail tuff can give during of name thirty new hybrid. of promise of mill the legumet tried: W. II. BOOTHOPPOSITE I And Garage

'i( i Ie summer, however. and' tAn promise. recently developed by the and tenilntt has proven beat of the' ji
I ,ring the winter It la of rl. '
t'1 ataton no United States department on-legume*. r. E. C DEPOT
i i, tall problem' to keep up the plant culture In co-operation with the I

; Ice in th* nliMaud tract while bxol! itatlon. ...
. irk crop work W demanding all Tomato dlnea investigations art
> ',' 0<>Mble time carried on atoiultaneoualy with the 5n

The variety block constitutes on. other cxueriraenu Control of Uw .
\ Jm the Important line of Invwtlga various dittutte In tile Held wtth

:! ion with potatoes. Here are grown spray and various funglolJol washes r
, K fetch standard various M Irish Cub.I 1* correlated with behavior of the f fj

. arlly Ohio. preen, HounUuii, fruit IQ the rljxuUng room and, In SEE AND. DRIVE THE
. ; and Bliss Triumph, fill tranilt .
, la'aMln .. with the new varieties An Interesting and practical i4''

: ] i Wwbft, and a. variety, u Investigation !oo trnlnu the rlatlvfnilenoy j
; *"t unnamed, (,Lenity developed b} of 'uli, ticorapo* u lorlotting .

: 1""r United States department- of aglor plant (joining piade Plant. I New Plymouth I


Full Floating Power "

r. -'Swa"EDBee Hydraulic Brakes t

All Steel Bodies :
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1 Supplies j Six Cylinders, 77 h. p,

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: Chrysler and Plymoutfi Dealer

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I Friday February 23. 1934.

: Formation of C. C. C. and History Former Pastor Returns Kaschel Takes Agency

. '. Of Company Here Told by Membei i,! II. H. S. NOTES I To Conduct RevivalThe ) For Falrbanks-JIorse i

,,' I ., Rev. W. B, ....... Mm*
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: A. K. Kaeohel. Koa et*".l plutiitvIn
L. -. I By Iv& Connor i,show of the OhweA of the Waa.-

By JOSEPH< V. NEFF. prove their friends good advisers forth An interesting program In honor' rene In ftt.on.etea4", began a styles, tad* WMMttltF.and ttodland has UMIrlol become a.eiil Home-roy'airbaab.hioeee .
gk of Company 13, C. C. C. of Abraham Llneelii1 birthday wa*i e, revival meetings In the church orWodneaday
member ntat allt.I..... Thy weiw product in connection
I sponsored by the enter boys Monday -I eeonlnt. services win
Besides beautifying and landnoap- ...* given typhoid and ptM-typhot with W ?if. Herod Co author
I afternoon. There were hilerwet- be held earn evening at TM untilMar.
Palm State ; C. C. Inoculation and .lliox _tn.., ld rairbanks-Morse dealer In
I r j Royal Park. C m tag facts concerning the lift at I.JII I 4, adnouaoee UM present pastor -
pony lit I It bulldMir de brealu lions U a health mea.tne.Despite coin, his education and his Inaugural the Re. J. H. Drake. Miami.
and preserving maby of the natural the large part that the add...... and minor Incident were related "The people are glad to hear Mr. Mr. Kachl If located In the'lo'lowerslbulldln
ttauUe* of the park. The WmUn army playa, thin la a nonnllltaiorganliatlon. ,: by the bur*. Also a inhw Melton ....... and wo hove to havea I '. III conjunction
j to *lw coins to build a telephone There drill religious wilt the Miami rapt.eentauve h. Meinlblllhs
are he ormilitary sons was aunt. The 011''* Glee "'.kenln.. ho said ye*
line from Homestead to the park. turtle, but for the proter.I Club, ender the supervision of Miss terday.. l'alrbllnk.Xoree products
:: his park, whleh' Was founded b, Lion and at a booth M the Fruit Festival this
health of the men, certainrules Cool. ang three two-part aonge. W. I
'il Florida deratlon of Women' meat b* ..del a certain thank yea Miss Cool, tor the Inter- High School Senior: "1 alwayahare '
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ubs I* to b. the gateway to the amount of discipline must be die- eat and inspiration which yon have. a second piece of pie no matter .
proposed Everglades National Mrk played. W* must realize very clearly given to the boy and girl In cur where I am." a itranetr'a hone"
The coat of the camp In Homeaead that many difficulties may .be encountered ehoot.Tuday. H. .. Junior: "But If* Ud m"". Senior: 'Of chorus I menu ask
| la a* follow] when men of all religion, I here to Mk for two helping, especially the hoeteia for the recipe M mf I

An Initial Clothing allowance for I creed and walk of jig are trough of hut week: wu Senior when tou'!' 1 dinner gaeit mother can make mnw Hit* H."' :..Bt: ;

fth* first six month cost ",009. to live and work In Skip pay, and according to the hi. "..,,,...., ..,,...... ''' " ".,."" ".. ,,,, .. "L'" ., ".. ".. '''' ... ., .
The monthly wages Mm to l ,0". It wag hither a large order, but rarity ot the greup, It was an Meal
The food for each month costs the army'handled It ptndldly. .( day alnoe then were ae may toe
|; or not included live and} work In harmony but aim bit thought the day an Meat one, CEN:

i Lumber And other materials used actually! enjoy it. This feeling too, since there were no aenlori to ;;
P" UTjOlldln* the gawp amounted to would not prevail. we did hot have contend wltn. If actions speak
II.WO. tarpSl.ft' wag?* * Ho .Uk.lblln* nece..*r, tte dlntrlo- louder than words. It appear that 4 '.

.,000. The tentace I* valued at ute the work equally among. all! Mr. Bommera could not be satisfied
.',io$ and the bedding at ..,obo. i thembrrt of the corp. with only One day _....u.nt... lie .

., ,After th< Inaiigtlratlon or pVenlRVmnt Afler the conditioning, the win kipped almost an emirs week.
Roosevelt thing happened are lent out till under the aupervtBlon .
'.hh such llghthirirllk rabKlllv _of the army, and they begin All ecrtool iudtnte are highly I In
.'Ut the AmeHbirt people wre prae. W *ho* reaulu Iniofar a* their favor of the P.T. A, meeting once
*ally breathless. It seemed Impoe- work I* concerned. Take for example a month lU tlter Ii always tin (ileai-

Able (hat *n, man could be callable the company In your own com lint probability ot getUng ,CuLfro*
muhlty.. tHe Kind. hia thirty to forty-hve minutes
dt calling Into play the trehumdoua&rcM U a iplen MrHer onhb
? that art now Involved It* lid record of achle..m.nt. Tills' meetingday..

Rfhtlnc this dvpremlBii.V odmiiany.. In Montana where It was
stationed prior to coming here, An actual kurv.y ahoWt that thin
l; \ hors rid knowledge a. to proved to be ratable of lurmountlng tercentag* of library (hocks ', read
ether this product of our Piel- difficulties which bring to our mind dally by the Junior high pupil Ji
ent' mind, the Civilian Con na. IN
not only memories of hard work creator than that read by the eenlor
ton Corpa, was founded the spur
but alao memorlei of a job well don, I.h. pupil _.. .
I the moment or required a long
'Joolilut The camp In Montana, wu given
broceu 6f
thought. Only
five-anil .half-acre of )ah Id \ here.The ,
\ malt a -a tract ( burning
4n* has the answer to that, and
;' 1,* I* the founder. 011 the shone\ of Lake Mcltbnald Iii Cllilali C onset vatloa Corti]( 13US1F.S' !
beaUtifUl Glacier Rational park tray blinded with the purpose of
low.,.r, It seems entirely powMlle
urrbUtaded by beautiful acenery and making the young men an dealt
that such an brganlrntlbhwiilrh nugnlHoent lofty peak of Ih.Am..rlcan rather than i Itabtll'ty. By leading
hu proved of valuerequired AMERICA'SLARGEST.(
Rocklea, It wa a pot to an actlte lire here, later' we become .
more than just am.T. Inspire poetry not only of the mind active citizens. W* develop rego'her
moment of thought. It Involved
1 \ but also. of the soul habit IK work and play and retain
,,. ,,Bdoi)\ foj4S and difficultiesfrom .
tht Six hundred duty-eight stomps aelf- hegbmlnf. The >r..ld.ntc
c ranging from two to four feet In before.
n ve4 rOm the beginning to be the
,I answer to the American people'srayen diameter, were cleared but of the Tit* total tort of the hatton' DRUG DEPARTMENT STORE
amp area. Twelve hundred cubuc Ulan Conservation Corp. for ct.1 .
a natural born leaderbelieved who -
ard. of earth were removed from first year will be about $100,00 .
In the vital fact that, givenchance
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." around the lit urn pa by hand. and
l the peopU would prove theft It required 1,000 cubic yawls.
'tlp..bllt of handling a difficulty Injru .
M ot dirt to fill the hole and the removal B\RH''
Ivnurlcari style.v. i Ot 1.1'0 cubic yard Ib IbWerhli A Canoed lot t'F.oRtuA
.1- The original C. C. b. plan Catttfi high pota. Seven huriilred cubic -
Jr 110,000 men. but this ha since i I yards of gravel were brought In to n-
.' 11.- "'irlOaJWya*, The local wel'l complete flve-eltfhih of a mile of SAVINGS for -c= :
board* wero given quota and road In ramp 1,100 yard of sawdust

t 1"'*'i their cities they elected the were romoVed from the camp1 site, Automobile Owners ;non
ii .fnodt' deserving Indlvlduali. These and td'O cubic yards of ahd were
.!"' ,...n. were given an examination and Iiltl.e4! for the 10* lineal. lest ok Ilelt.Iwaia -

'<1: J ,Md on to the army wner* once In the camp. Sears'
Y y'" more they went through a VlgoroiUemmlnatlon I bne hundred 1.'lIt.lIv. Arise s,'
I t4i.! to determine fltneel foil heavy timber ilmllar td> that takchbm

'service.The t the camp areii, herb cut and
President gave tli* United lire were Ii acre* ot (l t Plate army the taak. of feeding, n*". A 10.foot rlgh"t-bf-wiy iris cut
i. clothing, sheltering and conditioning irough\ the forrft .and three mlleii.
the cnrollee. This listed over. a of UlepnbhS tin* were' atrihf, Last
period of two to four week during but not react; the comtxlny loaned r
which they learned the um of van- 100 men for three day of MreghUng -
ou,tool I le And daily cam In personal, la the BlocUoot Indian rexrvatlon. -

{'.' contlrt w r'thjrho| {"Inert. .whb._were tfll : This la .!tbf record prior!

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These Prices
; Friday and Saturday TIRES

f i of I Only

''' 'FairbanksMorse size 30x3 ..

A lUjruUr 1i1' .

$3.45 Value

I InmglnM Hear GREATER tttrtAlriUI: ir . BtfiHr.
and better Often ever . Ink wtlk MM nc* MaMllieo1IreU
Il i iVa.t r Systems
t I It . a( a aavlng hat I* rare .et m M an eVfntegr
#.t U rUtKII.t U'tit run lv RR-TIRR pout
t: Feed Grinders I with An spent. litC, safe, |rlp-Ueo>4 BlUADKHS.: .
h .', at tlirto record lit Ul
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', Light Plants l
: 1 j V

r' Wind MillsMotors 1 Other Sizes; Specially Priced

I:' Pumps 29x4.40-21. u.. .. u. aAaa $::1. 9

h 9d.5M ... .. $179 %9xt7 %O. u S.39

Scales ,, 30T .50.21 .. u' $3.89 29x5.00-19 ... $4.59

8x .15-19 .. .... $1.29 30x5.00-20 ..... $1.69


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Pare Ten THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Friday;Fcto-oary 23y-t934; '

'RFBEKAHM HAVE .ectwwi." *n.Tweeday .C lad ...*..... ;Thdry et Intli ty+psnt.aA g..l'' 1OIth.! i
VALENTINE: PARTY was, spent In Aiding and iwlmmlng horn or Mr. Barry ColUiu/ In Miami I

Eighteen were pnnnt at tile Valentin , Tu.wlayRfckM.

II.Social Events II party given By Liberty ReIwkah The going were: Miss Beeal I
Lodge In the I o. u. F hall' CkambUu.: MM Mary ChambllM. at District 14 whlokmfrlM
Friday night Games and aqua* day was spent on the keys flnhlng H_ ta4 and Coconut
dancing were enjoyed Mia Mary Bradley. Mir Cherie Aldrleh Ore** will meet hr *n Monday
Mfa Virginia Hooks Mir Mar I.
In the group were: ..,. and MnII
PINS! IIKKN: .\RI>, SMITH IIKIDPK TKlfllEKS' HRIIHiE ('I.I'DWF. g. CapUngwr. Mr. and Mn. Jm. Ruth Hood, Harold Campbell) :sitCaattrlow
I.AIKIMK WATKINS MEETS AT U HOME Crady. Mr. and Mr*. B A. Hn- Leo Bishop Everett Sbu'Bobby Horror!
( Woks, Mf. tor, Crow and Albert BelliII Dark H wan, uitrlou The
Mr and Mr Harry
si f.iv Bernard Letha Smith and Three table of bridge war In play sin, .
spectral (rt threw Ink black Miadow
I ''II". .' H Watkins. both the taut meeting uf the Tau'hestirl.lire and Mrs. Otis Kftdford Mr AgaMCupUnger
i . t.'II. wire married In the Bal"'H ('I 1n il> at the home of Mi, mil Mr*. Beulah .BranoonMr . S. STtKFVTS ATTEND I across the twuL "
,. .. *. Mlnnl Jeffrey Mr Cora Bell UNIVERSITY TEA "It ort of gets you he gulped
'. i ." miorlum hi Homestead Haturtl Mr' Frank Mr. and Mr fKauct I "
,, i IIIK at eight' otloth. b>' the J won the guest prlae. )Iru.L Orlnold Mia Dorothy Brannon \Y.n. Th Town and down Club of to think that two kltttona." are
hidden her
K I' \ Walker. pastor of tin B Summer and W. H. Bird won Thornton and E. Z. ThomplIOn. University of Miami Invited all away near "
ekk4ont When? .
she hu1derail
I'i.. ". MKPIM Church of HomenteadMih high score prima. and Mr*. J. II Those attending the meeting of ,seniors In the Dad County 1"1 -
and oluse. friend obiter and Bevo Webb ejiiJ Coral Lodge In Coconut Grove on .
( relative were won schools to attend a tea which be.-Ex
Inild* of ui, sold .
Mn Jeffrey, Mm
pr.' ','nt. Miss Clara B. Eaaon was score price*. reb. II were: I given at the university Wednesday
Mr.. E. BCapllnger .
Wolf. Mr Brannon.
nlabU! of honor and Vf a Rayburn Those preeent were Mr. fend hireMaxwell afternoon Look Whore 1 vu'.* GoingIt
was beet man. Mr. Walker played Smith and Mr and ..... Mr. Kadford. l\lra. Orin- Those attending from Homestead wa In the court called "Th

the Mndluohn wedding march a* I Faust gueete of. ..the club. Mr and old and C. P. Orlnold were: Ml'** Clara Bell Smith Mia Bible aa Literature' 'that this. hap.pened .
the bridal party advanced to the ,M.... Bird. Mr and Mrs. Webster Helen Lehman MIM Yom King, Miss The Instructor wa laying
arhway where the ceremony wan Mr. and Mr*. Bevo Webb AIr. and SENIORS! TAKE DIV Virginia Hook and MU' Grace Hj*> "Mind Lot' wife looked buck and

performed Mr. frank Webb and Mn. Rom- OFF FOR KEY TRIP eon. turned Into a pillar of alt."
Th little wore a pink .Ilk crepe. mers. The senior clan ot Homestead Someone stirred In the back of

froci with atcnorlp to match: her ""....... high achool took advantage of on of Mr*. J. H Webster and her aunt the room. Typical woman driver,"
attendant wen white ensemble I Ita senior privilege and kipped' Mr.*. Georgia 8. Baugh. who 1* cam a sleepy. vole:Ex.
with whit arcemorlM.After The Calendar

the ceremony a reception _"""'"'-'- ." .. ,
was" held at the horn of the parent
Feb. 16.-Liberty Hebekuh meetFeb -
or tin bride, Mr. and Hr. Bryant
Ivld% Smith In Princeton In. ). b Outdoors all the timeYet
U.-We.\lni' of Florida CityP.T.
The bride was graduated tromlledhnd -- ,
High School In lilt and
attended Southern College In Lakeland F.b.IT.-Woman'* Club of Home- she NEVER HAS A COLD
dead study clan meeting with Miss
for a year Th bridegroom li
a aim of T. O Watkins, Princeton '
merchant. and Mi*. Walking, They Feb IT+Ag Club meeting at MOST others know how valuable cod liver oil i Is in
(too. N. Wakefleld horn. I
will live In Princeton F.born..I":1 visit of worthy days-how it builds sound teeth and strong

grand matron to Ad Atra chapter' bodies. But don't let its help stop there. For it is
T\\0 BHIIKiK PARTIES ARK O. E: 8Feb nature's in
ally building resistance to colds and other
..M hN FOR MKS. C. lUllS 13.-MUwlunary' tea at Flor-
i'I diseases.
Mia, C. Kahn of Detroit who I In Ida City Community Church pareon-
visiting her brother.In..luw and iltei .. ,age at t p m.
Mr and Mr. L. Chandler, won ,I )'l1r.Slln, Palm Chorus Muni' Whenever you buy Puretest Cod Liver Oil you can be sure of its vita

guest of honor at a bridge luncheon tale In Farm Life fkhool at I p. m.. : min potency. Only the finest oil-extracted from cod caught in the prized
*l tie Chandler ham Tuesday The Mar I.-DlKtrltt meeting of IKbekah !
deed,hone and favor carried out *. I IMa arctic waters off Lofoten, Norway-is rich enough in vitamins to carry the

r.1\ the fleorg Washington birthday ,. t.-Retllanil P.-T. A. meetIng Puretest label. Its vitamin content i it twice tested to meet the very high-

I, mail, Mr*. Kahn wa awarded a est standards. Always ask for Puretest Cod Liver Oil. It i Is sold only at
gut ., print. Mr. J. R. Brook the Star t.-Supper Club meeting alE Rexall Drug Store8.PURETEST .
hdc won' prim. Mr. liven Victor H Hlner horn.
I tint wound price. and Mm J. T. B. I Mar, T.-W. M.t.. circle meetng -
I 'd'roy;' the cimaotatlon *. .
Other 'prevent were: tin C. T. lI'a.W; M V. 'Week of 8ge

11..., I Jr Mm Prayer program
I N London Carney, Mar t"'Redlaad L.dle' Aid COD LIVER OIL, full pint ......... ................................,...............
Mi Edwin Honk Jr.. Mm'. T. J. < :
r ,"-t Mm. Harold] Koulk, Mil C. meeting at August Heuer homo
A.1I..n.. Mr. W. O. Burger and Mar I.Humeitd*.. FT, A.
Mi Allen's nlc*. JIlM Helen Dud Night YOUR
k i : :" l,,ri I Mar II.-n. D. A C. meeting
Mar. II.-W '. Hub Home-
( Wednesday Mr. Hook gave a oman of DIXIE DRUG
.Mtd.,. luncheon In her lionor Mr*. lead pot luck cupper I E
.. Mar 14.-General of W. w
Cif dl r won the high Pews prl.* meeting
and Mm Kahn, the second price, ,M. V. In chunh
101, kahn received, alpo. a guest Mar. H.-Free Christian Science
pi I'. lecture by the lion. Wm. E. Brown

Ti ono prevent were: Mri. P. B. of Lo Angeles In grammar school *
Ulni Mr*. W. C. Munroe, MmKm auditorium at t:II p. m.
L i ii, Mr*. Carney. Mm Chandler. Mar. 10.-Meeting of Woman'
1\10. Kahn Mr. Hook and Miss' Club ot tho Rodland
liana, Hook.DORI'AS Oct. ||.is.-National American
Sf,< Legion convention In Miami.
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Member of the ttorca clam of ExpressionMrs.
the First BaptM Church of Home-

tilt '.U ,At Its meetingThunday In the 3/, L. West ]
burnt of Mr. T. B. Kirby, decided
ti ik(' at leapt one lament each It N. W. It! SI. Home te*(

.1 for the small children of needy fnml- ..., .
lie in the community and to brine
th Garments to the next meeting
t Mi, Kliby who I* president of the PERMANENT
I r."" |TMlded.. and Mr. C. N. Wal.
kci led the devotional study ell WAVING
G "G.,. "wlh In Christi Lit." kJ

In. the aortal hour came were enJo $5.00 and $7.00 SKIN !
: 1 ) U and two content were held' In
i win' i Mm. Harry Cooper end Mr' *. 1111R .40
I J R Rutland won the priers BandwU ctrmo .. .. .

i 'w and coffee were served, FINGER
: 40c
WAVE (Dried) ....
I': The Sacred Heart Club will not I l An other beauty work pricedecordlngty. M.IIII.. toupee below, with only Ilk M cow potttg W*want you M bow hhow Mit ./, die moot vhubT
, I hold IU regular card party on Frl ad handling COM. You will, receive i Beiuty Kit coataiiwlfl ikk' knaufter experts boom o( kai bees COIIIbInacl with

die night of this wk. | leoerovi trial sins of frt of the famous II Outdoor the Cat creaau, powder eel FMet M achlev the**
j Mr. Ceo. Mallow to tonnertod
now -
.. I Girl Beauty Products, with coaphtt'dinctioM. for .h..l. tmaibg aU M loveliness. I
with this ahop and doe
: ladle' hair tutting etahalvely cue. W* w* Bukleg din ogee beau-w* want you w
CLASSESEach know you cam have lovely skis I hili beautiful coo era rain _.--11III Yalta wish, ,..'4 4iicavn4,

Monday afternoon Mac: Morris ,Union. A comptaio that Uf fresh all day 1oa.1 t outdone GUI Beauty Produces bag afol .

IT hi Hotel Sewbwh.
Beauty: Parlor

j rofr. F. W. Kehl 1 i L Flower. BWg Pheti M4-W OUTDOOR! GIRL'

O UM OiL :t

Annie Mayhcw FitzpatrickGraduate BEAUTY PRODUCTS

Oberlin Conservatory and Royal r. \

Conservatory of Leipzig try J ClntAL cOIPO..nON, IN wilik A.wti N.. Veit Dept. tNy
I wctow 'Mi to seem MlUM soda M_ lend M UkeM Mel dew
... el low owe knows 51Ne te f..ensee.
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Friday. February 23 1934. THE LEADER. ENTERPRISE P.M Mown

pastor Sunday school at 14: -

I Preaching 11 a. m and 7 JO p. I

If The D*. Young People meeting at ':111. CLASSIFIEDAWS
p. m Udlea Prayer Circle Tiiea- I I

day at uo p. m. MM-wwk prayer;
i service Thursday at 7;l" p. m. I RATS: Tint IneerUon too k Una; subsequent Ineertlona.te .

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BAPTISTHonioalead. ':45; W A. Cook, Superintendent PRfcSDtTEIUAXIlomeatead! ___. l

--rte Rev. C. N Preaching at It::II a, m. and TIIp. n grammar school V I

., Walker pator Sunday school at ... .Junior meeting at I:It p. m, auditorium, the Rev. Warren 1. FOR SALE I I

's-1; !>. Preaching at 11 a. m. and Young people'a meeting at 110: p. m Potts. mlnlater. Preaching every
: P10p.d.a; T.,P. U. at 110 p. m.; Prayer meeting Wednesday at ':" Sunday at 11 and Sunday FOR ALE! OH \' I .

tpayor services Wednesday: at 7.10 I EPISCOPAt 1 school at 10. tag tooth In Georgia Homestead property, my I ; .

AI Fob -Revlval amice I&. JohtVa-.ioi I Krom avenue Fl''. II._ M, TilHg lot business district, schools, 1',

"' ;: for Mora week begin In morning Komeetead. Minister tl "Werk 1lIt y. of Oo i by the Rev I. I* Whll Pa. charge the Rev. O R. Palmer, tnplri "". Unknown Doll" condition Address Bolt 114 '

.ors aeraion In evening "What till N. B First avenue UlamL SFnUTCAb TEMPLE OP TRUTH alaonvllle, O&H or sea H. A.
: Got Doe With Our Bin.* Lay Reader, Oeo. N. Wakaflold, eion Homestead ( K
: Roraeitead. Second oeiiretfttd branch of Miami
Sunday each
CATHOLIC I month, holy communion I a. m. spiritualist Temple of Truth lu PORE FRUIT \ ".

Church of the Sacred Heart LaIC Sunday each month Service Woman' Hub 410 N. W. Eighth Jellies Berth Edward.
j!" fl K lucent avenue Homestead; the I and sermon ,:ao p. m. All other ivonue. Men' Bible claw and I road north of Plummer ( Q

'"' 'tav. Alfred McDonald pastor Sunday Sunday Service 11 a. m. Sundayachool young ,..,pl.'* lyceum at 7 P. m.,
1 healing ty Dr. J. Carl Hobson at I FOR SALE-Rhode Island Red
manes at I and I a. m.; week every Sunday at 10 a. m. In
7:.' lecture and I I for hatching.' Satisfaction
; messages at p.
141 clall,.
4H man at Sunday
EVANGELICAL UTHERA.N m. by the Rev lads Houoon. enteed. Mrs Oeo. Ranaon
; school Saturday I a. m. Sunday
I' St. Jluhn'a--Redland. Dr. E. t. King highway and Road
/cbool Sunday following S o'clock '
"DIN.. Communion for women the Wledenmann. pastor Sunday. School LEGAL NOTICES ( : )

> tnt Sunday of month; for men and each Sunday at It a. m. German BLOOD TESTED baby chick ..

.' \;.koy*. the second Sunday of month. service each Sunday at 11 a. m., con. ORDER Pon ptlBLlCATIOIfI. FED: fryer. LOCAL fresh ..
r Benediction of the Blessed Seem. ducted by O. Borgardt; English Mr- the ( H Costsd the Eto.rnta 30coital Miller Feed Co., Flower
,h vice Cirwn in end fee D." (...rats.Fiend. '
hunt Sunday at T;10 p. m. followed on tad and 4th Sunday at Ip .. I. c._. M*. IMIk.AGUHTIN I
i Short talk on doctrine. m., conducted by paator. CALVO.PAHOR. roni|lnint.l .
li; .. CARMEN VtLKl; CALVO-PA00a.
BEE B..C. Murphy llcCrury
FREE METHODIST till' "'f_dut. Hill file IMvoN. ; .
CHRISTIAN. SCIENCE44lorlda IN THE NAME. or Trig STATE Dt for Raleigh prediicti-

CII; :' Broadway and Florida (' !/.-Mr*. Edith >*. TainMyn t07'() 1'R1.r.N yr.", :. LV0-PA808. apices, aitracU aoapa---alt ,

.iglith atreet Sunday school at pnator. Sunday School at 2IG: RESIDENCE "NKNOWN. uct guaranteed ( 1 :,

141; a. PV (of nnuplla under 19 rears P, m; preaching II t d:II. a Jynlot before YOU Uie ARE tad HEBosc Vf of April RI4QUIRED A. D, Into
meeting vt t to .ftUt'l (jny. l> .. i. fqItJtENl' !Ii IiI
age: morn nr service at 11 < raydt appear to 1M bill of complaint Rigid ,
meeting at 7:10 grain" I": loan 'ism, the .1" I
,_ "'tloclc, Wednesday evening aer- -I."" -I._ _ill 'k.. .Le ::
vices whisk Include testimonials of This-linger it, on b-puLlf f.d i NICE two-room cabin with )
EPISCOPAL I once a week f four Mas"attee work torho shower bath free garage
healing and experiences and re- Florida City Common/! Church I :. I
= (
Mallow (
Dunn and HUrnl. / ,1.... tfcUlith
marks on Christian Science I m. I
P. -The Rev, John R. .
Hoch pastor dir at Fell...", IM4C. ,
.' h* public la cordially Invited to attend Sunday school at 10 a. m.; preach-' B. LEATHERMAN: ,' STUCCO apartment blilg. 1 it

't I In* at 7;It p. m. Epworth LeagiAM Dade Clark County Circuit) Florida Court I I from badness center: 14 i iI
; III: p. m.Itedland Circuit Court Snl 11. ,' I stairs room; city water .
r*lI. J&. -Leaon-r men By f t OOULD. D.Mliml. .".. ( I)
,, '\I "Mind- .-Th* Rev George BDeuel I IfF.RRERT U. Ft.ImcLMAN. i electricity, furniture for
LOUIS M. JEPEWAY housekeeping; 11 tenant at f
: paator. Sunday school 10 a. .. KlorM.. I
Mar. 15. Freo lecture by the ,
m, public worship, 11 .. m. WllrBon" for complainant ent. Pile 11,000
.. Rom Wm. K. Brown" Lee .\0I' r.ho II. last i U.r. .. e. U, II told owner. Box 411 Homeitead. '
gripe In school auditorium at METHODIST EPISCOPAL SOUTH (f '; 1:15 p. m.CHCRCII. WhIM stow Church Homo. NOTICI, OP TAX APPLICATION DEED FOR

1 stead the Rev A. A. Koutllne! pie- Notice It hereby mi"m! that A C. ,Ipllntor .. . ) ) X( ( ( '
\ OF CHRIST kolitar u mliinM at Mote end
I tor. Bundny school at tit: a. m; County Tut CntMnitai
Ei llomeatiiad,--Corner of Avenue 10'.1: ; : SEMINOLE THEA
preaching at il a. m. and 7;It MIS, MI4 Mil, and 1 '
ft1. A and, Fifth street T. J. Hunton do> of AIKIKI, A. D. 111 kH died l uUtai I
m. Junior League at 110; p. nt. Co t In nr office, and ku I, -
tnlnUrter. Bible study, at 10 a, HI League'at I:41 I .ppliMtlI: foe l into to (HIM he-::, "
p m.; Senior
m.; communion, fellowship and ,1 : = :':101'i.:ltk Uw. amid =::1 ADULTS aile CHILDREN : :*
k League at *:It p. m. Prayer ..* oMorllMd I Illluatod I II f
preaching at 11 a. m.; preaching at meeting at 7:It p. m. Wednesday, .. Dodo County Florida. ....wlt I i, ..
t Lou U to 41. Block i, CMWr EiUIn, .
Prayer Wedne
p. m. meeting
: f I Plat Book t, PM I. la Uw County of ThunrUy and Friday. Frb. M .
at 7::30 p. m, Irk. 45.-Morning menaielMIMon Dwb HUM of Florida e> enbimord. In '.

.;r. "(.n.\J1ri. or GOD and MrtixHa special r...rtlflcm pnperty. No.model 1141"".the. Tb.Id.u.UII. CWt'Iftto... W I "Take a ',
:\ vocal Dole by Mr. Tabor of Long sued was I. the some of City Trial Caw, .
t 80"t8ld.-IO' W. First pony.LM.. Tin Tear'. Rlggeet MunlralI .
N. 1.litnd. N. \. choir directed by
., Rev. J. C. Orubba paitor Irving Lyon | Evening ninmiifr P1nt .Book II and I. ,l,....slack I. I... the Cutler County Iotalol1: Of I Comedy Hilt! ::i: :: "

I ling ., echoing at t:45 a, m; B. C. "Junking IM Lord' Day"; Onto, State of Florida a* embraced In I With IAMBS DVXN, CUFF I' .
.. .
Certificate/ N Mil. The _",..t of ,
a school at I;41 a, m.; preach'i '. special. vocal Solo by Mr*. M. R. laid property under the mid ... .... la- I; WARDS DOROTHY LEE "k
i at 11 a. m. Rand T10 p. m.; Sen- Flnney. mod was In the name of Unknown (Buddy) ROGERS. II'I, :
Lola 1-4-4. mock I, Cutler Ealatoa, Plat I ..
r per C. 0. O. Society f 10 p. m.; In. Special study In the book of Bonk I. Pan I, In the County of Chute Added Comedy and Cartoon.Katurday.
I'IIIIdI.11 C. 8. In State ., Florida, ae enibraoed ta Cortlflcate
O. Q. I
parsonage Gravels In mkl-neck Blblo clue ..
No. .f. TIM a- ._.t of laid roertit ,
\t:It p. 111.. primary C. O. O. 8. In everyVednmdnr night A cordial older the laid Certificate loiiied was II Frb. 24 ,
fptncnage <,10 p. m. Cottage Invitation la extended to all IB tat the nine I to of II. Mining Ulock. Beraritr I. Cutler Com E.UM._*. I

,payer meeting. ,:ao p. m. Friday to all aenlcea Plait Book I, fen I IB the Count of "Convention ( ,
Pade lute of Flory.. I .
Mld-weelrprayer service 7.19 p. m. a* embraotd In
Slher .... Uov. F Certificate No III*. The aeMounent rf With Joan Blondall. .
t Wlduel4a,. F The R. ..M piooertr nder the sold CortlncataU04 / Adolph
Marshall paetor. Sunday school was la the name of Joseph U. Jou. DIcK Powell Mary Astor ,
mum OF NAZARENE Ile . '
TIlE every Sunday at 10 a. met preachng Lot 0. stock 10. Cutler F ..... Plat The funniest thing that' .
Hoaxttead-Th* Rev. J. H. services lint and third Sundays' 5ath 0, Pos. a, is the County ., I happend on any acreenl : : .

Drake, pastor Sunday school at of each month at 11 a. m. and T;Itp Mu$1.te Na of Florid.8817, The an .monad a..m.nt In t1 neW. 1 Addrel: "I'.uJ Revere, lr. :: :
141 and Epworth league at <.IO pnopmr noW the Mid OrtlfleaM la- .
j a. m.; worship at 11 a m. m. p. m .
Wiy Comedy and Puerto
anal una In Uw name of Jnorph B. Eanoa.
":10 p. m.; N. T. P. s. at 110: p. m. Vnla. MM C.nifiMte..h.ll I M Mow I I .
Prayer meeting Wednesday evening Feb. U-Mornln toplfl .d eorordlni to law ta* d.da will l Issue
Till.' Case for Foreign. MI..aloM"| 'h.IU4.D.*." *. tilt ItIt dq 01 *""*. A. D. 'Sunday and Monday, Feb.
evening t pln "The, GoMni ..... thin lot sty of ,.......,. A. D.. W.NIt1: ,.! !AXTEft e.
Revlyd services by the Rev. Rule In S.N'k'ty"t. | solo by Mr.*. 101041. In'
L D.
W, E. Metto each evening at Tern Torbert. Clerk J.ltATRERIlAH.of Onions Court
':.10 until Mar 4. Dade Countr. Florida. I "Paddy"The / .
TENTnCOSTAti (Circuit Court "" 1-
Rr N a gTERHETT, D. C. lylngeit tongue In all
iR t Princeton Sunday School at Gould*.-Rev. C. C. Hanbrger. (F.k. I. 0, 1., 911| Mae. IILUMBER I I |
I Added: "The Rig' KperUI"' "
.,, ) e : m4l Comedy and Cartoon and : :
: lIi."a. 'I )

,Tumdny and Wednesday, .....b. : '

I Big Mystery and Thrill ;
I Program .

venture On the! warpath of thrills and

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I AokW: Paramount Mewl and I
on your property now! tanlogiM.Thnraday.
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SAVE YOUR PROPERTY I sad FrOay, Mar. I ...


I "Torch Singer"With .

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I f' l Lumber Co. RICARDO CORTEZ
Bpd cis : Hear Claudette Colbert Sing

"1>on't Be a Cry IIIIbp.-"Jt'1
V Frra, and Mgr.
. HENRY BROOKKR, tone Park Nlahf-"Olve U*

S. Flagler Ave. Homestead erty or Give II* to e." .
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Page Twelve THE' LEADER.ENTERPKISE Fridav.- -- February. T __._23...w 1934

'Ietead 1Krause l Shows Have *ba rich epeolally appeal to chil-
community which wa arra.P Revival Slated Here
BAD FEATURES OFONECROP f ed bK tour member of the Hometd ArmBenny ;
1 Record Here
Former PlayerA Clean
'* chapter By Ball! Krause KMcrait .howinanWte I
The Vuimetaad chapter f. F A. I Is *aid to a stickler per straight
SYSTEMSIIOVN distingulahei I itself during the poet revival meettnc will b* started What I is conceded to n* one of ttteflMMwt !shooting' It the head man.Edward .
year. by carrying out a program In the Flnt Bawl Church of carnival midway over ..", ',..
BY BOYS of work that wu rated fourth be>| Howieatead 8\lllcla1 mqrnln with known her to that of the Krause --....;......;
of Ml the ohaptar to the UattwlState the Rev I..... White of For* Oreatw anew. which are providing
.. Because of this dtethwtion Oaten Va, doing the preaching the amusement feature In Conner Stiling
F..F.pisplay the Chapter wee awarded a prIM of Mr. Whit, who I* the eon of Dr. t, tlon with the Redland District Fruit Real Estate
Homestead tl<., Alton Horn la prwMent of L. Whit, pastor of the first Baptlt Fe.tlval General Insurance
f Wins First, l' in and N. Wake- of Miami, was tomato
the chapter George Church a Theft are some S* atractlona In KIARIUA CITY FLA.
,Junior Ag. Case. Held, local* vocational agriculture. ,, power In Homestead eight year ago eluding aerrto. w...fl. whirling Cor PaJm AT*. and Am R
teack.rl*."vaVbtr t and 4. a:&ban ct the Homestead ewlB!) mul. circus and "glonkey clr. ._...10__...,,__.
The agriculture department ofqmaettiid baseball "
, High School and tfcmootead. Bishop Barry to Confirm H* served overseas In the tynrJd
I CI hppr of Future Farm Class of 40 Monday War with dhwlnctlon. Before *|p'
i of America eo-oparated, In dl yn toting the ministry he was assistant IWEST'SGROCERY
flaying product of the Homestead I The movement of confirmation coach In athletic at the Vnlvenlty
a In one of the outstanding boothith
will be administered to a clan of 40 of Florida I
t Helloed District Fruit Feet V
boy and girl and several adult at The aervlcei will be held at ':10 I
\ Ltile
the Sacred Heart Catholic Church every evening next week except I II NRA
pur.C1f the display I* to Monday evening, Fed It at T10: I,Sunday, Fi>b. 1$. when he I* KheiV!
the undesirable faturq of
v-e I stray old and the donW by the Kt Rev Patrick Barry D. D.. uled to preach In his father: 11 West Mowry St.
on-crop eyitenj
1 blehop of the dlqcM An Invite [church All the people of the fontmunlty -
feature of a well talanoed"gram Phone 28
tlon II *>tnd4 to anyone desirous are Invited to attend Flee Delivery
"I .n.I and which food of provides the farm first for family then of noting the ceremony performed. i . - I CASH SPECIALS t "
'V't, l Is .it ell'\lv.l brought out "r ,sale the Rev Alfred McDonald pair, MANGANESE {I ", ., atrg
Iii, arrangement of farm product tot o* the church USE For Friday, Saturday and Monday, Feb. 23-21-26
n i hart. One than shows the !
,1U of a survey of fifty farm In '
.Homestead area. Other charts Sugar ibs. only 45c
"v how various enterprise might Krause Greater :
omblned to provide food feed
n V cash for the farm family The O K. SOAP or POWDER, 5 for: .......:....... :. lOc

J lusts displayed Included It va- RINSO, 3 pkgs. . ............................................. 25c
V Sao' at vegetable. seven varletlM
i fruit and milk eggs and the main ShowsCleanest PORK and BEANS, tall can ............................ 5c
l lea product a* packed for *hlpot ,
h.' This booth was awarded Golden I Key
ft .t prize M the Junior agriculture MILK a.'C
.,wrtment "( the Ft.Uv.L Ono of 5 tall cans

i ,a two fruit booth exhibited ,t Carnival in Americasupusements ...,... .. ... .. '.
t' Festival was that of the Home- I ;;: 2' Allo.- '2/.cans................"............... 29c:

1- II CORNED BEEF, 2 cans .................................. 2le
for the next I MEAL or GRITS: 5 Ibs. ...........................,.....-
/ Wl'11 month of Full lisllipg on the
!!1!. midway for the Redland l District I I Lard31Z.: : cIt1GK

Atlantic Monthly : Fruit Feitv, -. win be in1
;riq'nip,x. RQs4, 5 lbe. ...............:........ 24e

MAXIS the m q rt of your full operation until Sfttyrday, ONIONS,,2 Iba. ..................... ............ ........ .... ft
14 trailing he.r., gpjpy. |hff I BAKING PQWDER. fl'ealth' t Cluh r.cgbber;

wit tilt .todm. (h*. compan'I midnight. Girl, 3 fan .................................................. 25c
lonnhlp. the charm that hart
IlPAd1h, Attamlf. for aevtnlyflv rtsu '
year*. \America. moat f.KOIU.11 ,
quoted and moat cherished Syrup A'I>!: gallon:73c:
n..1I1\4, I Cow to Your Fair-Enjoy Yourself

I, j 8on4, |t (mentioning Ibis ad) i I'OT i 10 ibs. .........................: : 27f
to Children pure I'reseyes, assorted flavors, 2 Ib. jar :: : 29cFlour
y.. Th Atlinlle\ Monthly, 8 ArIhlfteil I Bring the
I ? (ft., Bwtim I fLfI oft ) 24 Ib. bag .... Mac)
: i. I { ,ELF RWNO \12 lb. bag .... 53c
1 I < . I CFABANTEED// 6 lb. bag... 28c
SAUSAGE, Thompson'. Smoked or Fresh

;' Link, 2 Ibs. ......... ................ ...................... 33c
A Tested Bank STEW BEEF, Fancy Western Rib or

:; \ Brisket, 3 Ibs. ................................................ 23c

.1'I( W. 'Bacon
When a man prgyes sill character fty years of reliable i conduct -

: and: the keeping of every pledge and cont..act-: hp (18 trusted '
:: by his friends. They confidently expect him to continue to be just > BUTTER. ileadow Farm, Ibi: .:.....:::..::.....:..:... 29cFORK'

SIIQULL ib. ....:..............
i 1 at dependable, l in the future. .... ,, ROAST Western, Ib ..........._..._..._.a..15c

: t \ It 'is the game with a bank. If It renders faithful service FANCY WESTERN "

i? under all conditions and gives jpynd projection to its depositors Steak, Round or

: { : for many years, there Is a natural expectation in the community .Sc

: j I that it Nip fpjjow' the l same straight! line! In the, future.

. ; This Is the reputation enjoyed today by this bank. It h.I .* Jratellllal!!! 1874 Beeooreet Over tMe.GOO.OO

: been tested. Its strength and soundness have been proved. Ifo

: ; question of the future arises in the minds of our depositors. They H. E.Schwitlers.

! ( expect us to continue serving-them as faithfully as we have in the '

t, past And it is going {tp b e our pleasure to measure up fully in

very respect to these expectations. You will fled it an advantageto & Sons

do business with ths| tested bank in the period of recovery just + CommissionMerchants

, ahead. Your interests, will be served and safeguarded. We ex. Q

tend a cordial J invitation to you and your friends to bank here. '
I 121 Waahingtw 8t.

This bank is a member of the Temporary Federal Deposit Insurance I1W77 and Washington

,Y' Fund covering balances up to $2,500.00.>> We are glad to r Mrrr and career

offer this certified protection to our depositors.Coconut . Brarb Street

' i' New York, N. Y.

\ When. ahlpptac. fruits ami vegetable .. New Tank lie fair toyoararlf
: \\'. offer a record ef M ,...,.' eomtant selling ervk.. to
Grove Exchange Bank I ahlppm awl our auprrtnr tw* locations In the world' largest market.
I For local |nf rm*'
By J. H. LAZENBY, Vice-president. I J. C VAMM

w :. .HONE ..... HOMESTEAD FL.L.n.K.

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